Breville BREBBL605XL Hemisphere Control Blender

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Posted on: January 18, 2016
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How do you pull down what’s on top, while whipping up what’s belows Central blades crush and chop for velvety cocktails. Bowl hugging blades whip and aerate for creamier smoothies. The Hemisphere Control is a 750W blender with LCD timer, pre-programmed Ice Crush and Smoothie settings, which automatically alters speeds to improve blending results. The illuminated 5 speed control buttons plus pulse insure RPM speed is maintained for consistent results every time and is designed for even blending performance. It combines the functionality of a powerful blender with some food processing tasks for versatility and convenience. It also features a large 48 ounce BPA Free Eastman Tritan copolyester jug fitted with a permanent Hemisphere Blade and Bowl System. The blade design and high torque motor delivers quiet and efficient blending performance, while the contoured bowl design minimizes food traps and makes for easy cleaning. How do you pull down what's on top, while whipping up what's below? Ice floats. Kiwi fruit doesn’t. How do you pull down what’s on top, while whipping up what’s below? BBL605XL features

Why the Breville Hemisphere Control Blender?

Every Breville product begins with a simple moment of brilliance. The Breville Hemisphere Control began with the observation that some blending ingredients float—and others don’t. How do you pull down what’s on top, while whipping up what’s below? Other blenders often blend unevenly, over-processing some ingredients and leaving lumps of others. The Breville Hemisphere Control Blender solves this problem with its innovative hemisphere blade system.

This is how the Breville Hemisphere Control stands apart: no matter what you put in it, it can consistently and evenly whip up the perfect blend.

Even blending, every time

Declared one of the best blenders of 2012 by a leading rater of kitchen products, the Breville Hemisphere Control uses an innovative design: extra wide stainless steel blades are contoured to sweep along the base of the jug and push ingredients up while central blades pull ingredients down.

It’s no wonder this blender has been called the best of 2012: this sleek design minimizes food traps and eliminates the need to dig ingredients out from under the blades or mix up ingredients by hand. Five speeds (including snow, mix, blend, liquefy, and puree) are supplemented by pulse, ice crush, and smoothie buttons. These buttons are preprogrammed with varying speeds—alternating pulsing and blending—to move ingredients through the jug, so you don’t have to move ingredients around manually.

Lumps have nowhere to hide. Unlike other blades, which trap pockets of ingredients under the blades (diagram a), the Hemisphere blade sweeps along the base of the bowl and pushes ingredients on the bottom to the top (diagram b). Central blades are designed to pull the ingredients on the top down to the bottom, creating a perfectly blended mixture.

Versatile functionality

The Hemisphere Control combines the functionality of a powerful blender with some food processing tasks. It crushes and chops to turn ice into snow for velvety cocktails and also folds and aerates for creamy smoothies and soups. In addition, thanks to its innovative blade design and high torque motor, the Hemisphere Control can handle blending tasks more efficiently and with less noise.

Designed with the consumer in mind

The Hemisphere Control blender is both easy to use and easy to clean. An LCD timer, 5 different speeds and three additional task functions make creating the perfect blend as easy as pushing one button. The permanent blade system is a snap to clean: just put in a drop of detergent and blend with water to remove food remnants, and then put the entire jug in the dishwasher. In addition, it is constructed from the highest quality materials. Heavy duty blades are made of engineered surgical grade stainless steel that ensures the blades stay sharp for longer, while the sturdy base is made from die-cast stainless steel.

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Product Features

Breville Assist lid: ring pull lid for easy removal Large 48 oz. (1.5L) Eastman Tritan copolyester jug with a 6-cup capacity: has unique dual ribs that continually pass ingredients onto the blades for well blended results, dishwasher safe Permanent Hemisphere Blade and Bowl System, made with engineering grade surgical grades stainless steel: revolutionary blade technology for 100% perfect blending and food processing results User-friendly controls LCD Timer: counts up and down for pre-programmed settings Pre-programmed Ice Crush and Smoothie Settings: automatically alter speeds to improve blending results Illuminated buttons: for clarity and ease of reading Electronic 5 speed control: plus PULSE ensure the RPM speed is maintained for consistent results every time Heavy duty die-cast metal base for long lasting, professional performance Heavy duty 750W motor Easy cord storage: the cord coils around the base of the blender

Product Features

  • LCD timer counts up on speed settings and down for pre-programmed settings for complete control when blending
  • Illuminated buttons for clarity and ease of reading
  • 1 year limited
  • Silver


  • Robbster
    Posted on January 18, 2016 at 5:21 PM
    As good as a popular higher priced blender at a third of the price. I've had my eye out for a top quality blender that would perform two simple tasks at an affordable price: crushing ice and making smoothies with the same consistency as those found at the popular high priced smoothie shops around town. I read claims that the Breville BREBBL605XL model can do both tasks just as well as the higher priced Vitamix. I wanted to see for myself if this was true or just hype, because if it was true I would be saving myself considerable money getting the Breville blender instead of the Vitamix.I borrowed my friends Vitamix 7500 to compare against a new Breville BREBBL605XL blender which I recently purchased for comparison purposes. The plan was simple. If the Vitamix performed considerably better, the Breville would be returned back to the store and I would purchase a Vitamix for myself. I'm not a person who uses a blender for making soups or pureeing baby food or making sauces. My primary uses for a blender are crushing ice and making clump-free...
  • SomeGuy
    Posted on January 18, 2016 at 5:22 PM
    Blendpalooza I've had low to mid price blenders my whole life, and finally bought this one in the hope that it would make all of my problems go away. It did. I literally can't think of a single thing to complain about.I wasn't going to pay $450 for a blender, and after trawling the reviews extensively, it appeared that this one punches way above its price. Every issue I have ever had with a blender (and there have been many) has resolutely failed to appear with this gem of a machine. It is often compared to the much pricier Vitamix 5200 in reviews.I have been using it nearly every day for a month now. It regularly whips multiple whole apples, carrots, and anything else I've thrown at it into smoothies without any issues at all. I've never had to stop it and poke stuck ingredients around either, which I attribute to the vertical walled jug and wide sweeping blades at the bottom. Everything just has to fall to the bottom.Cleaning it's a breeze. I expected the...
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