We have been long in search of the perfect blender and we have come to the conclusion that there is no such thing.
You can spend $700 on a blender with a million attachments and some fancy TV advertising but if all you do is make a bit of baby food or knock up the occasional smoothie, that’s overkill.
(If you’re looking for information on blenders please read our 2019 Blender Guide.)
Conversely, you can keep the costs to a rather more reasonable number and while it won’t be quite as exciting (no training video, for example) you can still get a very solid blender that better suits your needs.
The Personal Blender (yes, that’s its brand name) is one such blender.
It’s not going to win any design awards, but it is very good at what it does.
It’s A Chance To Mention Smoothies!
As you know, I really love smoothies. I think if I had to pick just one food to live on for the rest of my life, it’d be smoothies.
They’re really creative, they look good, you can mix up nearly any flavor you love and they’re cost-effective.
Better still, they lend themselves both to healthy eating and to treating yourself when you want too.
This is one of my favorite smoothie recipes:
What did you think? Yum, right?
What About This Blender?
Well, despite their bare bones branding efforts, this is a really solid blender. It works exactly as advertised and it’s also really easy to clean which makes me very happy, indeed.
The quality of a smoothie is all down to the recipe but the Personal Blender makes it very easy to get smoothie making. For the price, it’s an excellent investment.