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Kenwood Blend-X PRO Blender


Date posted

The Hazard

If the defect occurs, broken blade pieces may mix with food or drinks and pose ingestion and / or choking hazards. Broken blade pieces also pose a cutting hazards.

What to do

Stop using your blender and contact Kenwood to arrange a free replacement blade assembly with a new and improved blade set.


Sold nationwide by Kenwood appliance stockists from May 2014 to June 2015.

The Problem

Due to an inconsistency in the metal used in the manufacture of the lower blade of the blender, there have been instances where the blender blade has broken during routine internal testing.

Product Identifiers

Affected model - Blend-X PRO, type BLM80

Supplier Contact

Delongi New Zealand
0800 001 123 Visit their site

Khyber Pass Road, Grafton 99 - 1023 Auckland

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