My Top Blenders

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Hello! So one thing that I can't really get by without is a good blender. I've been through a few in my day, so I know how hard it is to get a good one. Below are some of the blenders that I like, a lot. Ones that I've tried or have owned. I hope this helps you decide on the perfect blender for you!

Wolf Gourmet Blender - $600


The Wolf is a serious piece of kitchen equipment as the blades spin at a whopping 210 miles an hour. The blender has 4 preset speeds including: Soup, Smoothie, Ice Crush and Puree. You can pulse at any speed, which is a nice feature. It comes with a 5 year warranty.

Vitamix 5200 Standard - $400


Ok, this is the blender I have, and I absolutely love it. I do pretty much everything with this thing, and I have no complaints. It’s very basic and easy to use. You have high and low speeds, and you can pulse or let it run. That’s it. I love the fact that it’s self-cleaning too. The best thing about the Vitamix, a full 7 year warranty!

Breville Hemisphere Control Blender - $200

The Breville has special blades just for bringing what’s on top, down to the bottom. No more layering the heavy ingredients on top to push everything into the blads. There’s 5 speed settings, and it comes with a 1 year warranty.

KitchenAid® Diamond Blender - $100

This is a great option for at the $100 price point. Like the Breville, the KitchenAid tries to draw food down to the blades. For the Diamond Blender, it has a softstart, where the blades start slow and then increase. There’s 5 speeds, an ice crush option and a pulse feature. Overall, this is a great deal for this amount of money.

Black and Decker BL1500SG - $40


This blender is a steal. For only $40 you'll get 10 speeds, a good motor and it's dishwasher safe.

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