In general, cordless immersion blenders are not as well-reviewed as corded blenders. As is often the case when comparing cordless kitchen appliances to corded ones, cordless immersion blenders simply don't have as much power as the corded models do, and most get dismal reviews for their ability to hold a charge. They're also more expensive than corded versions. Which brings us to Braun. For many years, German-based Braun was a popular manufacturer of kitchen appliances, including a few excellent corded and cordless hand blenders. In 2008, Proctor & Gamble discontinued sales of Braun kitchen appliances in the North American market. Braun cordless hand blenders were among the few that got top ratings for performance and there still are some available online. Most are sold with 110-volt adaptors for use in U.S. kitchens. We also found a couple that are widely available in the U.S., but recommend them only if you need a cordless immersion blender for a specific reason: such as needing a hand blender and not having easy access to an electrical outlet.
: Some immersion blenders come with enough attachments and accessories to perform a wide variety of tasks. We review several all-in-one hand blenders with whisk and chopper attachments.
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