Model # CBT-1000

Internet #203019057

Cuisinart PowerEdge 1000-Watt Blender

Discontinued Cuisinart

PowerEdge 1000-Watt Blender

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Product Overview

The Cuisinart PowerEdge 1000 Watt Blender is constructed with a heavy die-cast metal base and a lightweight, 64 ounce biphensol A (BPA) free Tritan co-polymer blender jar. Ideal for today's gourmet kitchen, it is the perfect combination of high style and high tech! Includes pre-programmed Smoothie, Ice Crush and Pulse functions to blend smoothies, frozen drinks or crush ice flawlessly.

  • 1000-watt 2-speed blender with rugged die-cast metal base
  • 64-ounce co-polymer lidded jar with measuring marks included
  • Simple control panel with backlit buttons, count-up timer, stand-by mode
  • Preprogrammed smoothie, ice crush, and pulse functions

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Name Velocity Ultra Blender PowerEdge 1000-Watt Blender Inverted Blender Torrent Magnetic Drive Blender
Brand Cuisinart Cuisinart Cuisinart KitchenAid
Ratings (0) (3) (0) (58)
Wattage (watts) 750 1000 1200 W 1300
Blender Jar Capacity (oz.) 56 64 56 60
Blender Jar Material Plastic Polycarbonate Plastic Plastic
Features Dishwasher Safe Parts,Ice Crushing Button,Pulse Control,Touchpad Controls,Weighted Base Detachable Base,Dishwasher Safe Parts,Pulse Control,Weighted Base No Additional Features
Blender Type Jar Blenders Jar Blenders Jar Blenders Jar Blenders
Number of Speeds 2 5 2 5
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Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Appliance Type
Base Material
Stainless Steel
Blade Material
Stainless steel
Blade Material
Stainless Steel
Blender Jar Capacity (oz.)
Blender Jar Material
Blender Type
Jar Blenders
Die cast stainless look
Color/Finish Family
Stainless Look
Detachable Spindle
Dishwasher Safe Parts
Dispenser Spout
Ice Crushing Button
Number of Speeds
Product Weight (lb.)
Pulse Control
Touchpad Controls
Voltage (volts)
Wattage (watts)
Weighted Base

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 3 year warranty

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Customer Reviews

PowerEdge 1000-Watt Blender is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great blender I have owned several blenders in the past 10 years and this is by far the best: Powerful, easy to clean, and much quieter.
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great unit Looks great! but not fast enough!! I love the look of the unit, it is very clean and heavy. I have used it about 6 times now mostly for my smoothies in the morning. It is a good unit but there are 2 problems with the design. 1. the location of the blades are funneled in the at the bottom. It should be a full design container all the way down to the bottom of the bowl. it would be a better design. 2. the power is great but the speed is a little slow and doesnt blend the seeds and at this cost it should. I have not suded it for margaritas, that will be the big test!!.
Date published: 2013-05-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doesn't Work Well / Leaks I put chopped ice, almond milk and some mint Oreos (don't judge me! :) in this blender to give it a whirl. I wanted to see if I could get some kind of smoothie. I ran it on every button but none of the options spun the smoothie to the point where the top even moved. I had to open the blender up and push it down manually to get some blending. After running several times, through several cycles and pushing the stuff down several times I gave up and drank my icy milk. Here's the problem. The blender is made with a huge jar but only a very small cup sized area has the chopping/ spinning blades. Think a coffee canister sitting on top of a measuring cup. The blade is in the cup. How is it supposed to spin the whole contents of the coffee canister? It doesn't. Ominously, the logo on the front of the jar spun clockwise and now sits about an inch to the left of where it started (should that really spin? I doubt it.) And when I pulled the jar off I found drips of the chocolaty almond milk. I don't know how it got down below the jar but it was there. This tells me that the seal isn't tight and or it is getting overly tight and unsealing. Whatever the case, this isn't a very well made blender. I don't recommend it. I'll stick with my Ninja. A sample product was provided by the manufacturer for review.
Date published: 2014-09-02
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