The Dualit smoothie blender comes with a revolutionary shatterproof jar and is designed with two asymmetric fins that push the ingredients down the blade for even smooth results. This innovative blender comes with seven controls which are suited for crushing ice and give varied pulsing actions and speed settings for an individual consistency.
Model name: Dualit blender
powerful 1000W motor
A soft-start pulsing action
Safer than glass, the shatterproof jar is lighter and easier to manoeuvre
The VortecS multi-dimensional mix action makes for smoother smoothies
The two asymmetric fins propel the ingredients into an S shaped mixing action, where they are constantly forced down onto the blade
Seven controls include ice crush, two pulse settings and four pre-set speeds, each one perfectly adjusted for gentle mixing, consistent chopping, smooth pur eing or ultimate blitzing
'Anti-bounce' feature ensures food stays in contact with the blade when the motor starts, thus maximising the blender s ability to cut through the food
Smoothie blender 'DBL4' is rated
3.3 out of
Rated 4 out of
A Great MakeDualit is a very good brand as we all know. The excellent Triton jug is aircraft grade light plastic, but at 2 litres capacity, it is simply to big for our needs. Should be good for a large household.
Date published: 2014-04-24
Rated 1 out of
Cheap lookingThe first one purchased had a faulty cap fill, new one supplied but the locking system failed to lock after only 5 months. Very noisy and looks quite cheap. My older Dualit with a glass jug performed much better and was substantially quieter!
Date published: 2013-09-27
Rated 5 out of
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