So I've gone down a bit of a rabbit hole and I'm trying to determine if the Dynamic MiniPro "Blender Tool," which is universally advertised as a "homogenizer" and seemingly considered by many of you to be one, is, in fact, a homogenizer.
Here are some pictures of actual homogenizers. They all look something like this. These are from Ika and Omni.
This is my homogenizer:
As you can see, there is always a hole on the shaft.
The Dynamic MiniPro Blender Tool looks like this.
This looks more like a mini immersion blender to me.
I'm not happy with my homogenizer. It doesn't work at all with products that have viscosity. So I ordered the Blender Tool attachment for my MiniPro.
Am I missing something here? I suppose I don't even care if the Blender Tool isn't a proper homogenizer as long as it gives me the stability and the lack of air incorporation that I get with my homogenizer. I'm just trying to understand.
Feedback appreciated and please forgive me if this is a ridiculous question and I'm just being totally dense or something.