We continue today with our quest to find the perfect budget blender. You need a blender, everyone needs a blender but they’re often too expensive (hundreds of dollars for a Vitamix? It’s not happening for anyone outside of the 1%.)
So, what about the Bestek Personal Blender which is very reasonably priced at under $20? Does it hold up and would you want this product in your kitchen? That’s what I aimed to find out when I gave it a test run this week.
Try The Blender Challenge
If you want to get a little extra entertainment out of your blender, why not try this blender challenge? Whizz up all your favorite foods in a single glass and then chow down on it. Disgusting or delightful? You’ll only know when you try it!
Now you’ve seen other people do it, will you have a go?
About The Bestek
OK, the Bestek is a decent blender for the price tag. I have found better low-cost blenders but this one does a decent job of most tasks and it cleans well.
My issue with it is that it feels a bit cheap and plasticky which many others in this price range don’t. It didn’t break but I think if my kids were to wash it up a few times, it wouldn’t last so long. It looks nice but I think you’ll need to take very good care of it for this to last more than a year or two.