When you’re looking for a new blender, it can be easy to just go with the brands you know. However, there are high-quality blenders available like the Breville blender that you may never have heard of before.
Brevilles Ikon Blender
Rating: Price Range: $149 – $199
Among Breville’s stand blenders, the Ikon 750-Watt is a customer favorite. Its ice crushing power combined with its sleek look and special curved blade means that it overcomes a lot of the usual complaints against blenders.
With a stainless steel base and a setting that will crush ice until it is the texture of snow.
A second version of this blender features an LCD screen on the control panel. This allows you to time your blending and watch the countdown.
This blender also features two preset settings, one for crushing ice and another for making smoothies.
Die-Cast Hemisphere Blender
Rating: Price Range: $299 – $329
The Breville Die-Cast Hemisphere Blender features a large blade in a semicircular shape that fits into the bottom of the blender.
This means there are not any places where food can get caught but not blended, so makes for consistently sized particles when blending.
The jug is dishwasher safe, and is also protected from chipping, scratching, and fogging up.
Finally, the control pad does not have any crevices, so is easy to clean and allows you to control the blender’s two speeds and pulse function quickly and easily.
Breville Hand Blenders
Rating: Price Range: $97 – $139
In addition to their stand blenders, Breville also features a cordless hand blender. This appliance is powered by NiMH batteries, which can be recharged in the base conveniently provided with the blender.
In addition, it has an ergonomic handle, so the vibrations of the blender don’t hurt your hand, and simple on/off switch so you can control your blender with ease.
This hand blender also offers a stainless steel blender attachment, which allows it to blend smoothies and other wet items without contaminating the inner workings of the blender.
All the detachable parts are dishwasher safe, so you don’t have to bother washing them by hand. This Breville comes with a 34 ounce mixing jug, so you can blend in that if you don’t want to blend in your cup or bowl.
More About Breville
Started in Melbourne, Australia, the Breville Blender Company came into existence when Bill O’Brien and Henry Norville combined their last names and started making radios. During World War II, they switched gears to manufacture mine detectors and, when television became more popular than radio, switched gears again to produce small appliances. Breville has to its credit the invention of the sandwich toaster and Australia’s first food processor.
Seventy-five years later, Breville is an iconic brand when it comes to kitchen gadgets and small appliances. Best-known for their juicers and coffee paraphernalia, Breville also makes quality grilling, toasting, cooking and blending gear. They focus on items that are slightly quirky as well as the more mainstream kitchen appliances.
Breville products now sell in more than 30 countries. The brand has remained grounded in spite of all the success, they take care to listen to customers and produce high-quality appliances. If you buy a Breville blender, you won’t be disappointed.
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