How do I compare blenders?

The easiest way to compare blenders is to take a good look at some of the best blender reviews before making any decisions as to which model you should buy.

Whilst cheap blenders can be bought for as little as $40 - $50, you can expect to pay as much as $400 -$500 dollars for a top-of-the-range professional blender machine.

Before reading all the blender reviews you can find, it’s best to make a note of the features that are important to you. The first of these is usually price – how much are you prepared to pay or how much can you realistically afford for your new appliance?

Bear in mind that you are planning to use the blender for either regaining or maintaining your HEALTH. How much is your health worth to you?

You can easily find that by making the fresh fruit smoothie and healthy soup recipes as part of this healthy eating plan you’ll be saving money by cutting out snacks and junk and by taking your own homemade soups and smoothies to work rather than buying out each lunch-time.

Take this into account then decide on a budget and look for blender reviews in that price-range. As well as price, you’ll also need to consider these other important features when you compare blenders for smoothies

and soups:

Power – is it powerful enough to blend raw fruit and vegetables or to crush ice? Will it be durable enough for regular daily use? Is the motor powerful enough to blend to the really smooth consistency of a store bought smoothie?

Jug – is it the right capacity for your needs? Big enough to make a batch of smoothies for freezing but not too big to be inconvenient to store or too heavy to lift

Parts – is the appliance easy to dismantle and are the parts dishwasher safe?

Aesthetics - will it look good sitting on our counter if you plan to keep it out all the time?

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