If you are in the market for a new blender, then you probably understand how difficult it can be to choose one. With so many options out there, how do decided which is the right one for you?
The first thing you need to ask yourself is what your main use of the blender will be. Will you be making smoothies? Looking to cook hot food? Will you be crushing a lot of ice? These are all questions that need to be answered before making any kind of decision.
Next, you should figure out our budget. You can buy blenders as cheap as $30 (not recommended) and as expensive as $700. It would be smart to read comparisons of some of the expensive blenders, compared to those that are priced a bit lower. For example, a Vitamix and Ninja comparison could be very helpful. In our opinion, there are tons of good options around the $100 mark.
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