The Best Blenders In 2012

Choosing A New Blender

If your thinking about shopping for a new blender or think you may be in the market to buy a new blender sometime soon. This article should prove to be helpful to you. For me, having a blender in my kitchen is so important because I use it to help me get more fruits and veggies in my diet, and I also use it for protein shakes when I go to workout at the gym. But when choosing a new blender, it can be difficult to decide which one might be best for you. So I decided to write an article that will help you choose the best blender possible, at an affordable price. This article will point out some of the leading blenders on the market when it comes to style, capacity, durability and reliability. For more information and specs regarding these blenders, feel free to check the link under the article.

1: Vitamix 1710 - Pro Series 500

The Vitamix 1710 Pro Series 500 blender takes the number one spot in this article. This blender is not just a blender but it can also function as a food processor too and it has been featured on shows like chopped and other cooking shows. It is a preferred blender to many professional chefs and it has a very powerful motor that can mix whole foods with ease. It features a 1,380 watts of power and it has 3 custom settings that are smoothies, frozen deserts and hot soups. Variable 9 stage speed control and a high option as well. Laser cut stainless steel cutting blades, a great warranty. This blender won many awards like the Gourmet Gold award and the company has been recognized as a professional grade blender manufacturer for years and years.

If your looking for a blender that is top of the line, and you have the money to invest in it. This is a blender that will give you years and years of enjoyment, it comes with a price tag of around $600.00.

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2. KitchenAid KSB560

If your looking for a top of the line blender that still is highly recognized, but comes at a more affordable price - look no further than the KitchenAid KSB560. I personally decided to buy this model myself because it was more within my budget range, and I absolutely love it. Very durable, not that loud, very powerful and easy to clean. This powerful countertop blender features 5 speed settings and pulse and is ideal for smoothies, salsas, frozen treats, cocktail mixing, and soups. It does a great job of blending up ice and whole fruits and vegetables that you feed into the glass. It has an automatic crush ice option, its dishwasher safe and it has many other features and technologies that make it unique.

This Blender is both affordable and professional grade and runs with a price tag of about $150.00.

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3. Cuisinart CBT1000

Yet another great countertop blender that Cuisinart has created. This blender is very stylish, and I really admired its looks, and I can honestly say I might have chose this blender over the Kitchenaid blender if I had the money at the time. This blender has a 64 ounce BPA jar and a 1.3 horsepower engine running at 1000 watts. It has backlit buttons, standby mode, and a count-up timer. Has programmed smoothie, ice crush and pulse functions along with high and low speeds. Includes a Die Cast metal housing for added durability.

Upon researching this blender, it got really good reviews. I don't own it personally but this is indeed one of the best countertop blenders on the market. This blender will run around $200.00. For more information on this blender or any of the blenders that were mentioned above, feel free to check the link below the article.

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successguy 3 years ago

The best blender in 2012, to me was the Vitamix blender and it will continue to dominate the blending market.

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