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Future generations may need to have cords explained to them in the same way our parents have had to explain camcorders and moderate politics. First, it was phones, then vacuums, and now KitchenAid is the latest to cut the cord with a new line of small cord-free kitchen appliances that launched over the weekend.

The first-ever cordless line from KitchenAid includes an immersion blender, 5-cup food chopper, and 7-speed hand blender. Each sports a powerful lithium battery that’s fully charged in two hours and alerts you when it’s in need of more juice. And all three work with the same KitchenAid charger to avoid clutter.

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KitchenAid Cordless Hand Blender, $99.99 on KitchenAid

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If you’ve ever tried to transfer a scalding hot soup into an upright blender, you’ll appreciate an immersion blender all the more. Blend up to 25 bowls of soup, sauce, dip, or smoothies on a single charge with the new cordless model.

KitchenAid 7-Speed Hand Mixer, $99.99 on KitchenAid

KitchenAid

No more batter-covered cords with a smart cordless 7-speed hand blender. Perfectly dextrous for jobs that don’t require the full power of a stand mixer. The hand mixer is also designed to stand on its own for easy execution and less mess.

KitchenAid Cordless 5-Cup Food Chopper, $99.99 on KitchenAid

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Save your fingers from “chop-hand” with this easy-to-use 5-cup food chopper. It’ll chop up to 11 onions on just 10 minutes charge and a handy whisking accessory allows you to whisk, whip, stir, for easy homemade whipped cream, frosting, and more.

Header image courtesy of KitchenAid.

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