These two Blendtec blenders are the best smoothie blender for your kitchen below are the full reviews.
Blendtec Designer Smoothie Blender
The Blendtec Designer Series Blender features an outrageously large 90-ounce pitcher that’s perfect for parties and enormous gatherings. The jar features a fifth side designed to stop ingredients from getting stuck, and in our experience, it worked all right. We never had to prevent the blender from combining our ingredients.
The Blendtec Designer features a dull blade making it uniquely fitted to the homemade dough and frozen dessert. The friction created by the dull blades can even warm soups. Pack up is extremely easy, and you don’t need to worry about getting cut on the dull blades.
It is just a touch bit overlarge for us, and therefore the dull blades aren’t great for chopping ice. We just like the easy cleanup offered by the touch screen, but this sort of screen also doesn’t last too long, and you’ll be forced to shop for a replacement unit when it goes.
Dull blades no good for ice
Blendtec Total Classic Blender
The blending action of Blendtec’s Total Classic Original Blender starts with purposefully dull blades. They crush produce and switch to mush the tough fibers that make greens so hard to urge right for smoothies. The Blendtec cylinder on which the blades are mounted creates a vortex in your smoothie that pulls ingredients into the blade instead of pushing them out. The result’s a smooth, light green drink.
Like our top pick, it’s simple to wash. Just add water and a touch soap, and it’ll clean itself through the facility of its motor. It’s also got programmable cycles for max versatility. In fact, it’s got such a lot of utility that if you would like it to, the blades whirl with enough friction that it’ll even warm soup.
What you won’t like about it’s the worth. It’s not coming cheap. You won’t just like the noise, either. You’d be forgiven for thinking the planet is coming to an end.
Blends greens smoothly
So versatile it’ll even warm soup