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Hamilton Beach 10 Speed Blender Review

by The Review CrewMay 30, 2010

Hamilton Beach offers their wave-action line of 10 speed blenders: The WaveMaker and the WavePower. These have special wave technology that pulls food into the blender’s blades for smoother results.

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Dispensing Blender, Black The advantages of the Hamilton Beach 10 speed blender differ based on which blender you buy. However, all of them are known for being powerful and durable, so you won’t have to purchase another blender soon.

In addition, these 10 speed blenders have so much versatility that you’re sure to find one that works for you. Whether you need your Hamilton Beach 10 speed blender to crush ice, make single-serving beverages, make a cooler-full of cold drinks, or just sit in your kitchen and blend away, there’s one that should be right for you.

If this Hamilton Beach 10 speed blender comes with any disadvantage, it is that the name is not one many Americans are familiar with – yet. This makes many consumers likely to pass the blender in the store, because it is not something they’ve ever heard of before.

Some customers also think that these blenders offer too many choices, and wish there was one Hamilton Beach blender that did it all. They desire the company to combine wave action with the ability to blend individually, in a cooler, and in a regular glass blending jar, so you don’t have to purchase more than one blender to get all these capabilities.
The Hamilton Beach 10 speed blender line is sure to have something that is right for you. Since their reliability and durability is consistently good, there’s nothing that should stop you from choosing the blender from this lineup that will best meet all your blending needs.

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