Best stand, hand & personal blenders in Singapore
Blenders are a nifty tool to have in the kitchen. Besides whipping up smoothies and soups, you can also make your own nut butter as well as mix batters. Personal, stand and hand blenders can all get the job done but you’ll want to find one with the right power that can match how often you’ll use it. As a general rule, you’ll want to look for a personal or hand blender with at least 400 watts of power and a stand blender with a minimum of 600 watts.
To aid you in your healthy eating or culinary endeavours, here are the 7 best blenders in Singapore to check out right now:
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1. NutriBullet – for single serving sizes
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The popular NutriBullet is among the best-known blenders in Singapore and the world right now. With its extractor blade, it is able to pulverise tough vegetable stalks and fruit skins to create lump-free smoothies as well as grind nuts and coffee beans to a powder with its milling blade.
It also comes with 3 cups – a tall 680ML one and 2 short 511ML ones. If you’re rushing out the door and still want your healthy breakfast smoothie, you can attach the included handled lip ring to transform the cup into a handy bottle.
Power: 600 watts
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2. BlendJet One – for portable blending
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Whether you want a fresh protein shake right after hitting the gym or blend a vitamin-packed fruit puree for the little one when you’re out and about, the BlendJet One is great for literally blending on-the-go.
Not only does this blender come in multiple colours for you to choose from, it also comes with a 2000mAh battery that’s rechargeable via USB. You can make around 8-12 beverages on a single charge and its slim design means it can also fit into most cup holders.
Power: 5V (~10-watt) motor
Price: USD39.95 (~SGD$55.67)
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3. Tefal BL-233 Blendforce Maxi Glass Blender – affordable with 5 speed modes
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If you’re interested in getting a blender but are only expecting light use out of it, you may not want to splurge on a top of the range one. For a reliable choice, the Tefal BL-233 Blendforce Maxi Glass Blender is under $100 and packs a few useful features.
There are 5 speeds plus a pulse mode for you to adjust blend consistency, and with 6 serrated blades, fruits, ice and nuts are no match for it. Its 2L capacity and up to 85°C thermal shock resistance lets you puree a smooth, piping hot soup for the whole family.
For easy washing of the blades, the blender’s double click system allows you to easily unlock the jar with the first click and remove the blades in seconds.
Power: 600 watts
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4. KitchenAid Diamond Blender – for powerful blending in large batches
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There’s nothing worse than expecting a silky, ice-cold smoothie but slurping up coarse, icy chunks instead. The KitchenAid Diamond Blender boasts a soft start feature that starts the motor at a slower speed to pull food into the blades, before quickly accelerating to the selected speed setting. This helps minimise ingredient splatter and allows for a more even blend within its 1.75L jug.
There are 5 speeds from chop to liquify that you can choose from, as well as a pulse and ice-crushing mode.
Power: 615 watts
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5. Panasonic MX-KM5060SSP Ultimate PowerBlade Blender – for maximum functionality
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Thick foods like avocado mousse or pancake batter tend to get stuck at the base of your blender under the blades during the blending process. With the Panasonic MX-KM5060SSP Ultimate PowerBlade Blender, you’ll be able to salvage any remaining food and easily clean the blades thanks to its detachable jug base. Its 1.5L capacity also allows you to create about 4 cups worth of drinks so there’ll be plenty of frozen margaritas to go around.
It also includes 2 speeds and 2 pulse modes so that you can control consistency and texture. The glass mill attachment that comes with the blender is also scratch-resistant so leftover spices or ingredients you blend won’t stick around in the nooks of the scratches and breed bacteria.
Power: 800 watts
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6. Philips Viva Collection ProMix Handblender – includes whisk, spiralizer and chopper
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For an all-in-one kitchen tool, the Philips Viva Collection ProMix Handblender has a few essential attachments that will help make cooking a breeze. It has a whisk, chopper, and spiralizer that you can connect to the hand blender and whizz away.
Don’t mistake hand blenders for a weaker alternative to stand blenders. At 800 watts, this hand blender packs a punch and its specially designed triangular blades allows for optimal food flow and faster, more consistent blending.
If you’re worried about a painful mess when blending hot sauces or soups, the hand blender also has an anti-splash blade guard that you can attach to prevent your shirt from getting stained.
Power: 800 watts
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7. Bosch CleverMixx Hand blender MSM24100 – lightweight with anti-splash
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Using a large blender to blend small portions usually gives an uneven result because there’s a lack of volume to create a vortex-like movement for blending. The Bosch CleverMixx Hand blender MSM24100 combats this problem by providing a mixing beaker that lets your hand blender reach and completely pulverize every bit of your ingredients.
Its ergonomic handle and lightweight design also make for easy handling – especially for large batches of sauces and soups. In addition, an anti-splash blade design ensures you won’t have to worry about creating a mess in the kitchen.
Power: 400 watts
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Best blenders in Singapore
Whether you’re interested in a personal, stand or hand blender, it’s important for you to consider power and lifespan before choosing among these best blenders in Singapore. Plus, a blender’s fast-moving blades are constantly subjected to wear and tear so you’ll want to invest in a hardy one for a safe and long-lasting addition to your kitchen arsenal.
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