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something seems wrong
Hello all. My daughter and I purchased the Braun MultiQuick 3 MQ3045 only to find one of the pieces seems a little loose in the small white lid. taking it back to the Good Guys, where my daughter, with one of the sales assistants, checked the display on the shelf to find the same thing. so was it meant to be that way or was it a fault in the manufacturing in the Braun factory? THere is another part like this one ( but it isnt loose. ) i think it shouldnt be like this the first pic shows the piece that is loose. the second is the large beaker lid where it's not loose and the third fits with the first.
Purchased in March 2020 at The Good Guys for $99.00.
Seemed good at first but...
We've had this Braun stick blender for a bit less than 12 months. In its defence, the machine itself is still operational, which is better than our 2nd Bosch ErgoMix, which I loved but which liked to burn out around the end of warranty time. The main problem with this Braun is the smaller container - the part where the blade connects to the container has grown visible mould, which I can also smell clearly and there is no way to clean it out. It's ready for the rubbish now. Also the main stick blender (the metal one) I made the mistake of t...rying to blend onion into mince to make meat patties. Meat sinew got stuck around the blade - also no way of getting it out. I guess that was my fault though. The milkshake / smoothie part is fine still luckily otherwise there would be nothing much left to use. The part of the main machine where it connects to the containers also has, I think it was pumpkin soup that got stuck up in there and it's very hard to clean as well. At this point, I kind of miss my old Bosch ErgoMix but I'm still looking for a sticker blender that is built to last longer than a year or two... Any ideas?
Purchased in July 2018.
Well designed compact unit for kitchen
Just purchased Braun Multi Quick -3 from Good Guys. Stick unit is smart, well built, has adequate power and attachments for basic kitchen use. Its easy to use, clean and store. Glad with my purchase.
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Chopper - not very good
I bought this, mainly for the two chopper bowls. However, however instead of chopping, it purees most vegetables. Not very happy.
Have called Braun, but were no help. Do not buy it, if you wish to mainly use it for chopping.
Not recommended for chopping. The whisk and puree wand work well.
- Multiquick 3 MQ 3025
Does the job
I bought one of these to replace my trusty 20+ Braun stick blender which I mostly used to make mayonnaise. My first thoughts were how heavy the motor part is compared to previous one. The metal blender shaft seems very robust but the remaining parts seem quite flimsy. I'd be surprised if the beaker doesn't develop cracks after a couple of uses/dishwasher cycles. I am disappointed there is no lid for the beaker. (Luckily I still have the beaker and lid from my old one. It's got a couple of cracks but still ok for making & storing mayonnnaise.) I...love the fact that the parts that get dirty can go in the dishwasher (previous one was a pain to clean), but make sure you read instructions carefully as I almost put whisk in dishwasher with gearbox still attached. It comes with a 2 year warranty which I consider pretty reasonable for an item in this price bracket. It definitely passed the mayo test so overall it does the job.
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|Category||Stick Blenders / Mixers||Stick Blenders / Mixers||Stick Blenders / Mixers||Stick Blenders / Mixers|
|Blending Shaft Material||Stainless Steel|
|Included Accessories||Beaker / Jug and Whisk Attachment||Beaker / Jug|
|Number of Speed Settings||2||2|
|Power||700 W||700 W|
|Cord Length||1.2 m||1.2 m|
|Release date||Oct 2011||Oct 2011|
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