If you've ever felt tethered by your stand mixer or blender's power cord, KitchenAid has heard your cries. Today the company announced the Cordless Collection, a line of cordless small appliances including a cordless hand blender, five-cup food chopper and seven-speed hand mixer.
This is the first set of cordless appliances, from a company not known for going cord-free. KitchenAid does sell a five-speed cordless hand blender for $330 (approximately £260 or AU$520), but that's it when it comes to cordless power. The Cordless Collection comes just two days after the announcement of, another home appliance powered by batteries.
KitchenAid's Cordless Collection includes a charger that's compatible with all three products' Lithium-Ion batteries. Each can go from empty to full charge in two hours or less, according to KitchenAid. There's a battery indicator light to signal power levels.
You'll have seven colors to choose from in the collection: Black Matte, Blue Velvet, Empire Red, Matte Charcoal Grey, Onyx Black, Passion Red and White. Here's a quick rundown of features from the KitchenAid announcement:
KitchenAid Cordless Hand Blender (KHBBV53): $100
- Can blend 25 bowls of soup on a full charge
- Four-point stainless-steel blade for well-blended recipes
- A variable-speed trigger allows for more flexibility and control
- A removable pan guard helps to protect your cookware
- There will be an option to purchase the blender with an added whisk attachment for $150
KitchenAid Cordless five-cup Chopper (KFCB519): $100
- Chops up to 40 onions on a full charge or 11 on a 10-minute charge
- Whisking accessory can whisk, whip and stir
- Multi-purpose stainless steel blades can mix, chop and puree
- Includes two speed settings to control how fast or slow it chops
KitchenAid Cordless seven-speed Hand Mixer (KHMB732): $100
- Seven speeds for stirring, mixing and whipping
- A Soft Start feature brings the beaters up to the selected speed gradually to reduce splattering
- Beater ejector button
- Stainless Steel Turbo Beater II accessories designed to thoroughly mix ingredients
- Designed to stand on its own, without resting on a bowl or workspace
The KitchenAid team says the Cordless Collection will be available Spring 2020, but there isn't a specific release date just yet.