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KitchenAid Cordless vs. Chefman Vegetable Slicer 6-in-1 Side-by-Side Comparison

KitchenAid KHBBV53 Cordless vs. Chefman Vegetable Slicer 6-in-1. The corded model falls short of its cordless counterpart both in terms of performance and quality.

KitchenAid Cordless vs. Chefman Vegetable Slicer 6-in-1: Comparison by Hands-on Tests


Price at publication
H17 x W2.6 inchesH14.6 x W2.5 inche
2.0 lbs (0.9 kg)1.5 pounds
Number of speeds
Pulse/Turbo option
Min speed
9,240 RPM10,479 RPM
Max speed
11,650 RPM13,211 RPM
Max noise
70 dB72 dB
24-ounce blending containerThree spiralizing blades, a spiralizer, a whisk attachment, and a food processor attachment
Dishwasher-safe wand


Blending Shaft
Build Quality
Overall Design Scoring

Although the KitchenAid KHBBV53 isn’t as efficient as most corded blenders, it carves out a distinct identity in terms of overall construction. It looks trendy, appeals to us aesthetically, and feels very solid. And its straightforward design impressed us in ways none of the others did.

The Chefman 6-in-1 has a hard plastic body, giving it a light, balanced weight. All the parts are designed well for the price, but they don't look really opulent. They have much in common with other blenders in this price range, so nothing in particular makes this one stand out.


Ease of Use
Blade Assembly
Overall Usability Scoring

Out of all the blenders we tested, this one’s simplicity makes it the easiest to use. However, it challenged our hand movements throughout the operations due to its bad suction control. It also has some significant drawbacks that caused most of our professional cooks to reject buying.

The balanced weight and simple controls make this blender a breeze to use, and its ergonomically-designed handle means that it’ll fit comfortably in your palm. Sometimes it’s difficult to maneuver, though, since it can create quite a bit of suction at the bottom of the container.


Hot Soup Purée
Frozen Fruit Smoothie
Almond Milk
Whipped Egg-Whites
Overall Performance Scoring

KitchenAid’s manufacturers advertise that their cordless stick blender can do just about anything, but our hands-on testing suggests otherwise. Although our KitchenAid KHBBV53 could easily power through frozen fruits to create an icy smoothie, it failed to properly whisk egg whites. On the upside, it is simple to use and is powerful enough for light-duty tasks like making hot soup, emulsifying sauce, and grinding soaked nuts.

The Chefman 6-in-1 worked great for beating eggs and emulsifying mayonnaise. We wish we could say the same when it came to preparing frozen fruit smoothies, puréeing leafy greens, and grinding nuts; it was very mediocre in those tests. For a broader spectrum of blending tasks, we recommend considering other higher-powered blenders.

Overall Scores

Overall Scoring

Pros & Cons

  • It can quick-charge in only 20 minutes
  • A beaker is included for greater convenience 
  • Ergonomically-designed handle provides secure grip
  • Simple battery charging 
  • The included pan guard will prevent damage to non-stick cookware.
  • It can blend frozen fruits, chop vegetables, emulsify sauces, and beat eggs.
  • The motor runs quietly.
  • Its accessory package includes many helpful pieces.
  • The ergonomically-designed handle provides a comfortable grip.
  • Its performance is often inconsistent
  • Not as efficient as other similar blenders
  • The metal blending shaft and whisk damaged our cookware’s surface.


The KitchenAid is a nice choice for a cordless immersion blender. In our tests, it handled frozen fruits pretty well, churning out a smoothie that was better than most. The results were also the same for the tests of hot soup and non-dairy milk. Other than a lack of whipping capability, there was not much to complain about regarding the KitchenAid KHBBV53’s performance.

We think the Chefman’s pricing is attractive, especially considering its long list of included accessories. But in terms of performance, this blender did not really stand out. The products it produced weren’t all bad, but they were slightly below average for the class.

Behind the Comparison

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Tina PhamReviewer

Tina Pham is a staff writer and reviewer, with five years of experience in the industry. As a passionate amateur home cook, she loves to discover practical cooking solutions, and has made it her mission to bring her findings to every kitchen. Her ultimate goal is making cooking more of a pleasure for all.

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Tuyet PhamProfessional Chef

Tuyet Pham is an award-winning Saigonese chef passionate about delicious and healthful foods. At HealthyKitchen101, she develops recipes and collaborates with our Research, Testing, and Review lab to evaluate the performance of cooking appliances. Her assessments add a strong authoritative voice to our product scoring process.

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Lap VoTest Lead

Lap is Head of the Research, Testing, and Review Team (RTR Team) at HealthyKitchen101.com, where he directs and supervises the testing of kitchen gadgets and appliances.

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