Panasonic MX-SS40 Hand Blender Teardown
Background and Identification
Panasonic, formerly called Matsushita Electric, originated in 1918 as a company that specialized in selling duplex lamp sockets. The company continued to produce other electrical components through World War II, including bicycle lamps, motors, electric irons, vacuum tubes, and light fixtures. The company has come a long way since the 1940s. Today, Panasonic is headquartered in Japan and offers a range of electronic devices worldwide. These devices include air conditioning, SD memory cards, video intercoms, projectors, scanners, phones, tablets, kitchen appliances, etc. Panasonic offers a range of services as well, including fire alarm systems, business communication systems, security systems, and more.
Among the kitchen appliances sold by Panasonic is the Panasonic MX-SS40. The Panasonic MX-SS40 is a portable, four-in-one blender. It offers users the ability to whisk, blend, chop, and slice/shred by switching the device’s attachments. This means users can take advantage of easy food processing, powerful blending, and smooth whipping. The Panasonic MX-SS40 aims to provide users with convenience and simplicity, allowing them to get the most out of a single cooking accessory. The blender has an easy-to-grip handle and its speed can be adjusted.
The Panasonic MX-SS40 has clear food prep containers that attach to the various blender attachments. The attachments are made of plastic and stainless steel. They are black and silver in color.
- Blender: 6.4 x 7.0 x 39.7 cm
- Chopper: 17.7 x 19.0 x 37.0 cm
- Whisk: 6.0 x 6.8 x 45.7 cm
- Blender: 1.0 kg
- Chopper: 1.6/1.7 kg
- Whisk: 1.0 kg
- Speed Control: Adjustable speed
- Attachments: 4
- Power Output: 600 W
- Voltage: 240 volts
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Warranty: 1 year