Top 8 Best Blenders of 2022 | Blenders Buyers Guide

When looking for the best blender in 2022, you will be looking for a mix of a powerful motor, high speed, a good price and the power to blend what you need. Here we take you through our take on the top 8 blenders of 2022.

 

The best blenders under $200

At under $200, these blenders offer high performance, but also have some drawbacks which can affect their performance. They're a great starter level blender at an attractive price point for those who want a blender as a trial. They're often a good tester machine for smoothies, before you try any other more adventurous recipes.

 

Tribest PB-250XL-A Personal Blender - Complete Blender & Grinder

The Tribest PB-250XL-A Personal Blender offers a single serve portion. It's an extremely versatile and portable blender, but delivers an impressive 200 watts of ice-crushing, smoothies-making power wherever you plug it in. With 2 modes of operation from the control panel, it can pulse or continuously grind.

The Tribest PB-250XL-A also has some great safety features to ensure that the whole family can make use of this great personal blender.

 

Pros & Cons of the Tribest PB-250XL-A Personal Blender

 Pros

Cons

Portable blender, convenient for storing in a refrigerator after use

Small capacity

Powerful enough to crush ice, create frozen drinks or some more robust vegetables and fruits

No variable speed settings

 Different settings for different blender requirements

 Ideal for smoothies but not really suitable for other items such as soups and sauces due to capacity

 Blending and grinding blades with safe blade assembly

 Not suitable as a food processor

 One year warranty

 Difficult to clean

 

strawberries and blueberries in a blender

 

Bamix Mono M133 Immersion Blender With Beaker

Bamix is one of the world leading brands for immersion blenders. Immersion blenders are great for blending hot food or blending hot soup - the sealed motor makes this perfectly safe. This powerful and durable immersion blender is the perfect type of blender for a number of different tasks including chopping, mixing and frothing.

As kitchen appliances go, the Bamix Mono M133 Immersion blender takes up minimal space. It's a versatile machine, and the blender comes with a wall bracket to conveniently store it!

 

Pros & Cons of the Bamix Mono M133 Immersion Blender

 Pros

Cons

Portable and flexible to fit in your kitchen cabinets

Relatively small capacity

140 Watt heavy duty motor

Difficult to achieve a completely smooth end product

 High performance blender with variable speed settings

 Not dishwasher safe

AC motor for more torque and durability (vs. DC motor used by other brands)

 Not ideal to make smoothies, more suited to soups and sauces

 10 year warranty on the motor

 Does not have the same power as a full size blender

All parts in contact with food are top-quality rust-free materials and are odorless, tasteless and food-safe

 

 

The best blenders under $400

At a slightly higher price point, a blender coming in at under $400 will potentially have some more advanced features than the more budget options. It may also be more powerful or have the ability to blend more robust materials.

 

Omega OM6560S 10-Speed Commercial Blender

With a solid build, good capacity and power, the Omega OM6560S 10-Speed Commercial Blender can be used at home or in a commercial setting. With a 3 peak horsepower motor, this model can blend almost anything, from smoothies through to frozen fruits and fibrous kale.

With 10 different speeds using a toggle switch to vary speed settings, the Omega OM6560S also offers excellent stability, with rubber grip feet to ensure noise reduction.

 

Pros & Cons of the Omega OM6560S 10-Speed Commercial Blender

 Pros

Cons

Stainless steel blades and metal drive coupling to produce a powerful blending process

Not as convenient for storage as personal blenders

64 ounce blender jar for significant capacity

Relatively heavy and not really portable

4 gripper feet for added stability and noise reduction

Not really suitable for use as a food processor

Convenient cord storage under unit

 

High powered motor suitable for crushing ice or other robust material

 

 

Greenis FGR-8830 Smart Power Blender, Bluetooth & Smartphone Control

Whilst conveniently sized for home use, the Greenis FGR-8830 Smart Power Blender has a 3.7 peak horsepower motor, which is more powerful than some commercial blenders. The control panel has various speed settings in order that you can set the speed of the blender to different speeds.

So, whether you are crushing ice, making nut butter or crushing frozen strawberries into a crushed ice smoothie, you can control the pace of the blend and ensure that the machine works efficiently and that the motor lasts longer.

 

Pros & Cons of the Greenis FGR-8830 Smart Power Blender

 Pros

Cons

Touchscreen interface and aluminium variable speed dial for simple, straightforward operation

Not hugely portable and likely to be needed to be stored away when not in use

Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone app control, creating auto programs and controlling the blender remotely. This also offers further settings than those available on the machine itself.

Not a huge capacity if considering a commercial venture

100% BPA-free Tritan jar

App required to move away from the fairly limited pre-set options

6 preset options for smoothies, sauces and many more

 

Safety system including child lock and over temperature protection

 

  

bananas and blueberries 

 

The best blenders under $600

At this price point, you are getting near to the top of the range. These models are likely to be the best blender for a variety of different tasks, whether using the blender as a food processor or simply to crush ice, make a smoothie or make nut butters. The build spec of these machines are generally higher and can therefore last you well beyond any warranty.

 

Kuvings KPB351 Power Blender

The Kuvings KPB351 Power Blender offers a highly professional performance, creating anything from frozen cocktails to a green smoothie. Its 5 peak HP motor is particularly efficient at blending anything, including ice crushing and frozen fruit.

This blender has a smart feature in which the motor starts slowly to pull the food towards the blade and then increases speed to improve the outcome. It has a good capacity of 2.3 Litres, which enables it to be great for making smoothies.

 

Pros & Cons of the Kuvings KPB351 Power Blender

 Pros

Cons

Powerful operations with preset juice and smoothie functions

Not a huge capacity if using commercially

An easy speed dial for easy speed settings

Not ideal for storage and can take up some space on a kitchen worktop

6 powerful 3D blades for an enhanced performance blender

Not an abundance of pre-set programs

Pulse option, great for crushing ice cubes

 

7 year warranty

 

 

Tribest Dynapro DPS-1050A-B Commercial Vacuum Blender

With a 2.5HP motor and 64 oz plastic pitcher (BPA free), the Tribest Dynapro DPS-1050A-B Commercial Vacuum Blender has the necessary power and volume to tackle most jobs efficiently. Whether crushing ice or making a smoothie, this model uses vacuum technology, whereby the oxidation is removed before blending. This means less nutrients lost and a healthier, fresher smoothie.

Certified for both domestic and commercial use, this model is ideal if you are using a blender regularly for a variety of tasks. It makes a smooth, delicious smoothie, but is also great for frozen fruits and a leafy green smoothie. It's a full size blender that has the credentials to back it up.

 

Pros & Cons of the Tribest Dynapro DPS-1050A-B Commercial Vacuum Blender

 Pros

Cons

15 year warranty for domestic use

Quite expensive for a domestic purpose

Powerful motor and good capacity jar

Large capacity means it is quite bulky and difficult to store

Quiet ventilation design to make less noise

Motor is not as powerful as other comparable models

Uses vacuum technology that ensures that blending does not take away any of the nutrients or texture of the end product

 

Perfect for a number of different applications such as crushed ice and smoothies

 

 

The best blenders under $1000

These models are towards the top end of our budget range. As you might anticipate, they have the necessary power and capability that is befitting of their price point. These models might be worth considering if you want to achieve a premium outcome or you are using a blender in a commercial setting.

 

Kuvings SV500 Vacuum Blender

Another from the Kuvings series blender, the Kuvings SV500 Vacuum Blender is amongst the best blender options on the market. Not only does it use vacuum technology but it is also very quiet - unusual for blenders!

Like the Tribest Dynapro above, it uses vacuum technology to remove the air from the jar before blending -therefore creating maximum nutrition in the finished product. It also has a 3.5 peak horsepower and 32,000 RPM motor which can easily blend through anything.

 

Pros & Cons of the Kuvings SV500 Vacuum Blender

 Pros

Cons

Vacuum blending system for optimal results

Fairly small capacity and not suited for a batch of smoothies

Easy to use and easy to clean

At the top end of the price range for domestic blenders

A reduced noise cover to ensure that it can be used at any time of day without disturbing the whole household!

Does not have the same number of programs as other models

Triple 3D moving blades for maximum blending action

 

7 year warranty

 

Motor protection sensor to ensure that motor is not damaged

 

 

different kinds of fruits in a glass bowl 

 

Greenis FGR-8800 Commercial Vacuum Blender W/ Brushless DC Motor

The Greenis FGR-8800 uses revolutionary brushless DC motor technology, resulting in unmatched power and durability. This technology means that the brushless DC motor does not include any carbon brush and is free of internal abrasive wear - therefore lasting 10 times longer than conventional motors. It's also much more energy efficient, up to 40 times more.

Additionally, it has advanced features such as touchscreen interfaces, intelligent programming, and Bluetooth connectivity, Greenis is the new benchmark in power blending. It even comes with blending cups to create the perfect recipe!

 

Pros & Cons of the Greenis FGR-8800 Commercial Vacuum Blender

 Pros

Cons

Brushless DC motor technology provides a longer lasting and more durable product

A good capacity, but not as large as some other models

The reduction in mechanical friction means a much quieter operation

Fairly bulky and therefore more difficult to store in a home setting

The powerful microprocessor ensures that the blender does not deviate in speed, no matter the substance

At the top end of the price range for blenders

Can work continuously for up to 1 hour due to the reduced heat from the frictionless motor - ideal for commercial use or for larger scale production

 

Smart controls for bluetooth, smartphone and LCD display

 

 

How do you choose the best blender?: A summary

Choosing the best blender for you depends entirely on your needs. If you're looking for the best blender for smoothies, then you can probably work with a blender from the lower end of the budget range.

If you take your blending seriously and want to maximize the nutritional value of your output, or you are using the blender for commercial purposes, then some of the vacuum based blenders may be more suited to your needs.

Of course, it also depends what you are going to be blending. Some of the higher powered motors are better to use as an ice crush for example or more robust ingredients, but if you are intending to blend soft berries or fruits then a less powerful but more versatile blender will be fine.

All of the above blenders are available to purchase at Extreme Wellness Supply, where we understand the advantages and disadvantages of each model. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like more advice on the best model to choose for your needs.