When you want a blender that you can rely on to keep your smoothies nice and, well, smooth – you’re going to need a little help. There are websites like www.blendaway.us, but there are also plenty of other ways to go about finding the right blender. This is a review that’s going to cover a blender I’ve recently purchased, and hopefully I can shed some light on the subject for anybody who might be looking to make the same purchase. I won’t tell you that I’m an expert when it comes to blenders, or anything of that sort, I’m just someone who needed a brand new blender and was willing to do some research. When you buy a blender, there are a lot of variables to keep in mind.
You want the blender to be high quality, meaning it won’t just deteriorate on you over a short period of time. I like my blenders to stick around for more than a few weeks, and that’s something that this product was able to deliver. I like it when a product can come through and show its real worth, especially since there are things like quad-blade technology to use in your blending techniques. The blender itself holds up to 48 ounces of mixture at a time, and there’s an easy to pour spout included. Frozen blending has never looked so smooth, there’s even a 2-cup processor mince system that can help puree (and much more) your mix. The way to work with this blender is to just turn it on and go, that’s how simple and straight forward things seemed to be for me.
There’s four different models to select from, those being: 400 watts, 450 watts, Express Chop and Professional. Regardless of which one you decide to buy, you’re going to end up with a reliable blender. Variety is always nice, as it doesn’t limit the amount of things you can choose to do. You might want a few more features, or even a little less, in order to save on costs.
There is a very good quad-blade cutting system included within this blender kit, so you won’t ever need to wonder whether or not your smoothie is as “smooth” as you’d like – trust me, that’s as good as it’s getting. You can blend stuff that’s frozen, and the 2-cup processor makes cutting and dicing a problem of the past.
It comes in a few different varieties, but none of them are anything too special. I would say that it gets the job done at a reasonable price, and you can’t complain in that case, but there are definitely better (although, much more expensive) choices out there.
Would You Recommend It?
Yes, it’s a great blender and I’ve been using it for at least 3 months now. It’s stood up to the test of time, and in my book, that’s more than enough for me to keep it around for a little longer – at least until it decides to break on me.