Who should buy a personal mixer?
If you want to make a morning smoothie and you don't need to wash a blender pitcher and lid to run out, then a personal blender is right for you. Personal mixers are also suitable for small jobs such as small sauces and seasonings, but their motors are not as powerful as our full-size mixers. If you want a versatile kitchen item, you can sauce soup and sauce, and make multiple rounds of frozen margarita, you should consider buying a full-size blender.
So which one should I buy?
The perfect personal blender is powerful, hands-free and easy to use. We look for mixers that have a small footprint to accommodate small apartments and dormitories or people who don't want a lot of mezzanine. A sturdy cup with a secure travel cover is a major advantage, especially for commuters. Finally, we searched for user reviews for durability and long-term reliability.
To understand how these blenders handle thick smoothies, we mix frozen bananas, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and juices to determine the recommended run time for each particular model. If any mixer does not make a puree during this time (usually one minute), or if the base begins to heat up significantly, it will be disqualified.
Among the brands we tested, this one of a kind blender has a robust 250W motor, yet features a compressed and unique design. Watch your contents instantly chop into tiny pieces with the 4 stainless steel, ultra-sharp blades. Unlike other blenders that are large, bulky and hard to store, this product allows for easy storage.
A small, durable blender
This blender is a durable and inexpensive personal blender. We really like its small size and easy to clean features. The smoothie it produces is thinner and is a good device. Regardless of its shape design or the delicateness of the smoothie it produces, we all think this is your best choice.