A cherishedfor decades, blenders top wishlists for weddings, and housewarming parties. They’re your best bet if you want a quick smoothie or a frozen beverage, and you can even use them to chop, grind or mix dry ingredients.
Blenders aren’t necessarily a luxury item, but start your search and you’ll see that right next to the $50 models are others that cost $500. How do you pick the best blender? When does it really pay off to splurge? We tested 10 popular models to find out which ones make blending your favorite smoothie recipe, frozen drink or protein shake a breeze.
NutriBullet keeps it simple with three power levels, a pulse setting and 1,200 watts of power. It performed well in all of our…