Best Kitchen Blenders to Buy In 2020
TOP kitchen blenders that are pacing high in the internet world. Let’s list them out as follows:
NutriBullet 12-Piece High-Speed Blender and Mixer System
“Okay, here’s the deal: this thing works so well that it doesn’t need any review to describe itself separately,” writes one reviewer, who is just one of the more than 5,000 five-star reviewers that have commented it to be working very well. “If you live scheduled life that doesn’t allow you to get time for yourself, then this blender is perfect for you,” another customer writes. The cost of this blender is $103 at Amazon.
“You can take up a smoothie, pick up a lid, and carry it on the go wherever you go.” Smoothie drinkers appreciate that this NutriBullet grinds everything up without losing any nutrients. A user has reported, ”This product makes extracts are kept , anything that might otherwise be hard to digest. The fibre is also kept”
Apart from juicing, users have found this satisfying when making other dishes. We are expected to get and use our NutriBullet to prepare our hummus, nuts,pasta sauces, ice cream, almond milk.
Oster My Blend 250-Watt Blender with Travel Sport Bottle
“Oh. My Lord! This thing is fast, simple to use and easy to clean,” one reviewer comments. “The blending is very good for a small blender. I was shocked to find out that its mixing quality was so good when I compared it with my roommate’s big fancy blender.” And many other reviewers are impressed by what this little thing can do. One writes, “For this price range, this blenders is no less than a dynamite,” adding that they have used it to “put it to various tests using frozen fruits, seeds, and nut butters, and it passed all the tests.” One even says, “It makes much less sound than my large blender and actually blends up ice much better.” Added to this “It blends ice and small pieces of fruit and is super easy and comfortable for my shakes while traveling.” It is priced at $20 at Amazon.
The Magic Bullet is similar to the most highly-rated NutriBullet, but it has lesser attachments. It’s also slightly smaller, but many customers say that’s a bonus. Nearly 500 reviewers have said this smaller cup size makes the blender much easy to clean. “The smaller cups are the perfectly sized for my shakes so there is little mess to clean up since I drank it right out of the cup it is blended in,” one comments, while another says, “Cleaning is really easy too because once you’re done you can wash everything off the blade portion, clean it, and set it to dry and thats it, the cup part washes like the rest of the dishes.” As one user concludes, though, “Blenders are good for large scale softy shops or for large families, but for single people or small families, the Magic Bullet is the most profitable investment you can get.”
It is ranged at $30 at Amazon.
Ninja Blenders – Countertop
If all the attachments seem super to you, this Ninja blender works same as the Magic Bullet and NutriBullet with no frills. Nearly 2000 reviewers ranked these blender five-stars for being a powerful instrumental unit. “For a ‘small’ single-serve blender, this blender is a one show,” one user writes. “I have used other brands in the past and have been ‘happy’ with them but I didn’t realize what I did not have. This blender not only crushes every single piece of ice but does it in a few seconds!” One even thinks it is more powerful than a full-size blender: “I thought I was making a shake but it took me very less time in making it. This 900-watt personal blender actually makes a softer and smoother drink than the 1100 watt Ninja blender I have been using.” It is priced at $60 at Amazon.
Blendtec Total Classic Original Blender
“I can put in absolutely and almost everything,” one reivewer says, though over 100 reviewers specifically like to use it to make green smoothies. “This super blender absolutely smashing my food so that it is readily ready for my body to intake its nutrition. Having previously had a problem digesting my food items, it would take me 2 years to chew what takes mini seconds with my blender,” one writes. Another says, “I think one of my favourite features is that you can use entire fruit, and make entire fruit juice.” They add, “It’s not really a ‘juice’ as it still has all the fibre and everything remaining intact, it’s more of a velvety smooth puree.” This blender is so powerful that a few former baristas even mention that it’s commercial grade. “I worked at Starbucks for almost 12 years, and not once did I see a Blendtec go out,” one says. “We abused those things so badly: throwing pitchers in the sink, breaking the blades on the mixer, seeing liquid creep into the motor housing.” Other users also call out this blender lasting like one customer who says, “The first one lasted for almost seven years with almost every use.”
It ranges from about $400 to $450 at Amazon.