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The VITA Hand Blender by Luka Bassanese Makes Mixing a Mission

 - Feb 27, 2013
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Don't be surprised if the neighbor continuously calls the cops whenever they catch a glimpse of the VITA Hand Blender through the kitchen window. Granted, a similar phone call is warranted due to privacy issues. Nevertheless, it is undeniable that the kitchen appliance looks dangerous. It is shaped like a missile.

Designed by Luka Bassanese, a design student based in Bled, Slovenia, the VITA Hand Blender focuses as much on form as it does on function. Considering that it doesn't at all look like a typical blender attests to the former. Thanks to its slim silhouette, it won't take up as much counter space as the average blender.

Despite its slender look, the VITA Hand Blender is very powerful. It is equipped with multipurpose blade ideal for chopping, crushing and puréeing.