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Old 04-08-2012, 06:11 PM   #1
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Help identifying hand blender/processor

Can anyone help identify what this handheld food processor / hand blender type thing is that Rachel Khoo uses in her BBC series The Little Paris Kitchen. It seems to have a handheld motor part with various different attachments. On top seems to be a row of blue LEDs, indicating power or something at a guess...


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Old 04-08-2012, 06:24 PM   #2
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It's an immersion blender with whisk and food processor attachment. I dont know if you want the same brand but I have one by cuisinart works great
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:26 PM   #3
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Yep, Siegal has you on the right track. They're wonderful little gadgets. I have one and love it. Very handy.
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:39 PM   #4
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Cheers people.

The thing she was using looked like it was really powerful when used as a food processor. I only have a (very) small kitchen and don't have room to store a full blown processor or mixer etc and this thing looked like it was really versatile and powerful without taking up too much room. I have a normal hand blender but it's rubbish with the processor attachment... Maybe that's just a case of you get what you pay for though and I just need to spend a bit more...
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:48 PM   #5
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Cheers people.

The thing she was using looked like it was really powerful when used as a food processor. I only have a (very) small kitchen and don't have room to store a full blown processor or mixer etc and this thing looked like it was really versatile and powerful without taking up too much room. I have a normal hand blender but it's rubbish with the processor attachment... Maybe that's just a case of you get what you pay for though and I just need to spend a bit more...
The cuisinart one is good quality my mother stole it from me for her restaurant! She went through like 4 other ones already, 2 restaurant industrial quality, they all broke but my cuisinart has been the only survivor . She confiscated it permanently and told me to go buy a new one....must do ASAP. Great fast quick whipped cream.
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Old 04-29-2012, 09:25 AM   #6
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blender in little paris kitchen

I wondered the very same thing which is how I found this post. After a bit of google searching I found an interview with Rachel where she is asked about it and she said its by Electrolux. After a bit more searching and with the help of the pictures you added below I found it - Electrolux Mixer – Ultramix Pro | Maytag Appliances | Appliance TODAY | Kitchen Appliance | Small Appliances | Washing Appliance |

Only problem is I can't find anywhere that even sells it! Let me know if you have any joy.
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It's an immersion blender with whisk and food processor attachment. I dont know if you want the same brand but I have one by cuisinart works great
I have that one too and I love it.
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