KitchenAid Go cordless rechargeable small appliances.

KitchenAid Go is a Line of Cordless Rechargeable Small Appliances

KitchenAid is expanding its small appliance line with six items under the KitchenAid Go line, all cordless models that can be charged on a universal dock.

The KitchenAid Go cordless system includes a cordless hand mixer, hand blender, food chopper, personal blender, coffee grinder, and kitchen vacuum. Each item is charged by a removable and rechargeable battery that recharges on a universal dock, which is sold separately.

“The great thing about KitchenAid Go is that it caters to all lifestyles as it unlocks the freedom to make wherever, whatever and however makers choose,” says Pradeep Verma, Brand Manager, KitchenAid Canada. “Since one removable battery powers all KitchenAid Go appliances, KitchenAid Go is the key to easy meal-making and clutter-free countertops.”

The KitchenAid Go cordless hand mixer stands on its own to help minimize mess. It has a Soft Start feature that brings the beaters up to your selected speed gradually, which helps prevent ingredients from splattering. It has seven speeds so you can do everything from slowly stir chunky ingredients to cream butter and sugar and whip eggs and heavy cream. All the stainless steel accessories, including the stainless steel Turbo Beater II, are dishwasher-safe. The cordless hand mixer sells for MSRP $200.

Also $200, the KitchenAid Go cordless hand blender also comes with dishwasher-safe parts, including a removable pan guard that protects the cookware as well as the removable 7-inch blending arm with four-point stainless steel blade. The blade is designed to efficiently blend ingredients for smoothies, milk shakes, soups, and more. It has a variable speed trigger switch allowing for greater flexibility and control and has an ergonomically designed safety switch for easy single-handed operation. It comes with a dishwasher-safe three-cup BPA-free blending jar with lid as well.

KitchenAid Go cordless rechargeable small appliances.

The KitchenAid Go cordless chopper ($200) is easy to set up with its twist-free, one-click bowl assembly and latched lid. The all-in-one storage design stores the blades and whisking accessories in the dishwasher-safe work bowl. It has a five-cup capacity and multi-purpose stainless steel blades that mix, chop, and puree ingredients. Choose from two speed settings to control how quickly or slowly you can chop, mix, or puree. Use the whisking accessory to whisk, whip, stir, or even make whipped cream. The blades and whisking accessories are also dishwasher safe.

For $240, you can also get the KitchenAid Go cordless personal blender, which is designed to blend a small amount of ingredients for smoothies or other ice drinks with its blade that’s specially designed for frozen ingredients. The asymmetrical blade blends at four angles to pull ingredients into the centre. The 16-ounce jar is dishwasher-safe, and it’s designed to fold contents back onto the blades to create a blending vortex. It even comes with a travel lid for taking your drink on the go.

For your morning java, you can use the KitchenAid Go cordless coffee grinder ($200) with one-touch control to grind whole coffee beans quickly and easily. The powerful stainless steel blade can grind up to 12 cups of coffee at a time. Use the included lid to easily store ground coffee beans so you can grab a serving each morning. It can be used for more than coffee as well: grind peppercorns and other dry spices as well using the option spice grinding bowl, sold separately.

Clean-up is an important part of the cooking process as well, including items that spill on the countertop and in hard-to-reach spaces as you prep. The KitchenAid Go cordless kitchen vacuum ($200) comes with dishwasher-safe cups and attachments. Use it to pick up things like crumbs, coffee grounds, and other dry meal prep items. The crevice tool helps to get messes from behind other appliances and in crooks and crevices. Once done, it’s small enough to fit on the countertop or in a drawer or cupboard in the kitchen until you need it again.

How do you charge all these small appliances? Using the optional KitchenAid Go battery and charging dock ($30) and charging dock ($70). The 12V Max battery combines with the charging dock that has a long three-foot cord and is USB-compatible. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery has a battery indicator light that signals when it’s time to charge. Each product in the cordless system can be purchased with or without a battery since one can be shared among the various products.