Hamilton Beach Power Elite Wave Action Blender For Shakes and Smoothies, Puree, Crush Ice, 40 Oz Glass Jar, 12 Functions, Stainless Steel Ice Sabre Blades, 700 Watts, Black…

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  • POWERFUL BLENDING PERFORMANCE: With 700 watts of peak blending power and stainless steel Ice Sabre blades, this smoothie blender gives you all the power you need to make smoothies, protein shakes, frozen drinks and more
  • ULTRA-SMOOTH RESULTS WITH PATENTED WAVE ACTION SYSTEM: As you blend, ingredients are continuously forced down into the blades and circulated around the jar — thoroughly crushing the hardest foods with ease
  • SERVE WITH EASE: The spout on this electric blender lets you pour contents into your glass without spills or drips, so serving is easy and mess-free
  • EASY TO CLEAN WITH DISHWASHER SAFE GLASS JAR, LID AND BLADES: Blending multiple servings is easy with the glass jar that holds 40 ounces; The jar, lid and removable blades on the blender are all dishwasher safe
  • 12 BLENDING FUNCTIONS FOR MAXIMUM VERSATILITY: This multi-function blender has 12 functions controlled by 5 simple buttons on the easy-to-read control panel; It blends and crushes ice for smoothies and milkshakes, purees, dices, chops and more
Hamilton Beach Power Elite Wave Action Blender For Shakes and Smoothies, Puree, Crush Ice, 40 Oz Glass Jar, 12 Functions, Stainless Steel Ice Sabre Blades, 700 Watts, Black…
Hamilton Beach Power Elite Wave Action Blender For Shakes and Smoothies, Puree, Crush Ice, 40 Oz Glass Jar, 12 Functions, Stainless Steel Ice Sabre Blades, 700 Watts, Black…


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Specification: Hamilton Beach Power Elite Wave Action Blender For Shakes and Smoothies, Puree, Crush Ice, 40 Oz Glass Jar, 12 Functions, Stainless Steel Ice Sabre Blades, 700 Watts, Black…


Hamilton Beach


Stainless Steel Ice Sabre Blades

Special Feature

Multiple Speeds


40 Fluid Ounces

Product Dimensions

8.66"D x 8.5"W x 14.69"H

Included Components

Glass Jar, Hamilton Beach 58148A Power Elite Multi-Function Blender


Blender with 40 Oz Glass Jar

Power Source


Number of Speeds




Controls Type


Material Type Free

Lead Free

Blade Material

Stainless Steel

Warranty Type

3 Year Limited Warranty

Item Weight

5.62 pounds


Hamilton Beach

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

December 9, 2011

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Hamilton Beach Power Elite Wave Action Blender For Shakes and Smoothies, Puree, Crush Ice, 40 Oz Glass Jar, 12 Functions, Stainless Steel Ice Sabre Blades, 700 Watts, Black…

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  1. yogini kunal sharma

    thank you very much

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Definitely works great for smoothies and shakes. Sturdy glass.

    Only con I have is that lid is sometimes hard to get on properly or take off at times. It could be I’m just not used to the way it goes on/off, but nonetheless would still recommend to others.

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  3. Ethan

    Kitchen essential! With its powerful motor and sharp blades, it effortlessly whips up smoothies and crushes ice. The Wave Action system ensures silky smooth results every time. My morning smoothies have never tasted better.

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  4. Sarah

    It’s not the best for blending frozen fruit or ice but I’m not expecting ninja quality. It’s good enough to get the job done and it’s glass which is better than plastic.

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  5. Mahmood Chowdhury

    The product reached totally damaged as in broken in pieces. Have returned the same and asked for a refund.

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  6. Jonathan Evans

    This blender works so much better than I was anticipating. Great for smoothies, milkshakes and really anything that needs to be blended to a purée consistency. The food processing features are not great, so don’t get it for that.

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  7. Mahmood Chowdhury

    While it’s not supposed to make perfect hummus or baba ghanoush, it actually does! Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a food processor and it’s not claiming to be. But it can do a lot more than it says! The blender is very powerful. I have run it for an extended period and the motor didn’t burn out or something. The glass jar went through subsequent hot and cold water and nothing has happened to it so far. So far very pleased with its performance and build quality.

    I would recommend 100%. Definitely value for money!!

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  8. Beth Unser

    We’ve used this blender almost every day for two months for smoothies. It’s a much better option than the two blenders we had before. It doesn’t take long to blend all the ingredients to the ideal consistency without all the obnoxious noise that usually comes with the process. The lid is easy to remove and clean. It’s a good, expensive option for simple blending jobs. It doesn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles, but it’s just right the price, size, and quality.

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  9. Jamba Jay

    If you are looking for a blender to make smoothies this review might help. For the last 5 years I have been making 2 smoothies every morning, one for me and one for my wife. I used a Cuisinart emulsion blender, I made one smoothie at a time and although there are tricks to making a smoothie with a emulsion blender so that the smoothie does not blow back and get all over the place it made excellent smoothies. Nice thick consistency, not airy, smooth and not chunky to clog up the straw. Well the emulsion blender finally died after it’s storied career in the smoothie business, that’s when I decided to get a blender so I could make 2 smoothies at a time just put everything in the blender hit the button and forget it. I have to say for the most part that has been true I have only had the blender for a week and made smoothies 5 or so times but for $24 this machine has worked wonderful. The foot print is small so it’s easy to store and it is easy to clean no need to take it apart just rinse it out with water and a quick wipe with a sponge and let it air dry. The power of the motor is good 700 watts seems to churn thru anything you put in there. To make two smoothies I will put about 500 ml of liquid and 2 scoops of protein powder in the blender then add a hand full of fruit usually frozen strawberries give it a pulse or 2 then hit the button they say is for smoothies and let it do its thing. I will put more fruit in along the way stopping the blender or opening the top and throwing in another handful until I get about 38 ounces of smoothie enough for 2 drinks. It works great I use whole strawberries and the blender cuts right thru them. If you are making 2 smoothies it works like a charm as long as you add the frozen strawberries a little at a time. Today I made only one smoothie and even though I added the fruit a little at a time the fruit did not get pureed it kind of sits on top while the blade swirls I had to shake the blander a few times to make the fruit drop to the blade and get pureed, the end result was a great smoothie with a nice consistency. I put whole strawberries in the blender for both a double and single batch of smoothies and with the extra liquid of a double smoothie batch the blender worked fine you can just drop the fruit in and walk away but making a single smoothie using whole large strawberries you will have to give it a shake as the berries get stuck hovering above the blade. The smaller the fruit the easier the process works if you use frozen blueberries or cut the fruit up into smaller pieces I don’t think you will get the frozen fruit hover and have to shake the blender. The picture of the blender with the pitcher packed full of fruit is a little deceiving I don’t think you would be able to puree this into a smoothie with out a lot of shaking the blender and probably even having to sticking something in to help mix thing up. If you put the frozen fruit in a little at a time and or cut the fruit into smaller pieces for smaller volume smoothies this machine will work great. The only real downside to this blender is the cord is very short only 26″ long, I have had to use a extension cord so I can get it to a convenient place on my kitchen Island to use it. There is a slot in the bottom of the blender the cord can be pushed up and stored in but that is more of a pain then anything I just wrap it around the side thru the handle and it works fine.

    Here is what I found to make a great smoothie every time.

    Don’t over stuff blender like shown in the picture it will not puree to a smoothie consistency with out a lot of help.

    Add frozen fruit a little at a time not all at once.

    If only making a small smoothie (18 oz) cut fruit up or use small fruit and don’t forget add fruit in portions not all at once.

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  10. QuirksSeraSera

    I don’t know about this blender. I bought it during Prime Day because my old blender (a Black & Decker one I got in college and probably got on a Black Friday deal) had recently broken. There are so many blender options available that it is quite overwhelming to pick one especially with all the features they have, but since my old B&D was “basic,” I figured I didn’t need like a Ninja-level blender for my purposes (I literally plan to only make things like smoothies or milkshakes with this). The only requirement I wanted was a blender with a glass jar. this is just what I am used to , but I also noticed that many blenders with plastic jars (including a ninja one I was considering) had reviews that stated plastic jars may crack. So, with that being part of my search criteria, I saw this Hamilton Beach one for an ok price and it had many positive reviews, so I decided to pick it up. With that said, when I received this blender I already missed my B&D one in “look and feel.” While I think the glass jar is a nice size/shape, I don’t like the quality of the lid. I thought having a pour spout would be nice, but it just feels so flimsy and cheap and when you use it it’s like another messy thing to clean. I’m not sure what it adds on just pouring straight from the glass pitcher. Plus I find it cheap and plastic-y and it is difficult to pull off of the glass jar (I’ve literally damaged my nails trying to release it). In terms of function, I don’t think this is all that powerful. I have probably used it about 5-7 times so far, and I’d say 40% of the time I’ve had to “assist” the blender to process my food because it will get stuck. I have literally only made smoothies with this (and that is all I really intend to use it for). I followed the directions, saying put in liquids first, followed by fruit. My blender literally only has milk, yogurt, and frozen fruit, and it is not able to effectively blend that consistently without me having to open it and push the fruit down with a spoon. The “wave” action doesn’t seem to do much. It is also very loud. It think it is louder when it is probably working harder (like when it is blending and not pulling the fruit down). But it really sounds like a vacuum cleaner. So that is annoying because I didn’t have to stop and assist the blender on my old B&D. Since I don’t think a smoothie is all that complicated/difficult to blend, the fact that it can’t do that consistently isn’t very encouraging. So I am considering sending this back. If I can find a similarly priced blender to this, I will likely swap it for that.

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