Blender buying guide
KITCHEN WAREHOUSE BLENDER BUYING GUIDE: FOR THE COCKTAIL, SMOOTHIE AND SOUP ENTHUSIAST
If you are a cocktail or smoothie lover in the summer and a soup lover in the cooler months, you need a reliable blender to puree, liquefy, crush ice and, of course, blend. Each blender is a unique combination of features and extras. To help you choose which one is right for you use this guide to pick the particular features you are looking for in a blender.
PULSE FEATURE: Lets you add an extra boost during the blending process.
Polyester: Food safe and lightweight
Tritan copolyester: Food safe, Scratch resistant, Shatter resistant, Durable
Strengthened glass: Food safe, Scratch resistant, Shatter resistant, Odour free, Long lasting
The size of the motor reflects the function of the blender. As the wattage increases more functions can be performed from blending smooth food to ice crushing, mincing and green smoothie making.
350: Blending soft and cooked food
800: Blend soups
2200: Ice crushing, green smoothies
JUG SIZE GUIDE:
One cup: 240ml
1.2L: 4.8 cups
8 cups: 2L
CONTROLS Speeds range from 1 - 12.
MEASUREMENTS: Use the measurements on the side of the jug when adding ingredients for recipes such as cocktails and smoothies.
SPILL PROOF LID: Stops liquids spilling during the blending process.
TAMPER TOOL: Helps press food into the blender.
THERMAL PROTECTION: Allows blending of hot food such as soup.
Provides ideas and recipes for your blender.
CUPS, TRAVEL CUPS:
Provide a convenient way to take your smoothies to work.
Designed specifically for the shape of the blender to allow smooth removal of all food and liquids.
Works to quickly make ice cream and frozen desserts
Convenient cleaning without dismantling the blender.
Many cocktail recipes require ice crushing which requires a higher power setting.
Makes a smoother blend of vegetables and fruit.
Turns blender off before motor burns out.
For automatic blending.
The RRP (Recommended Retail Price) of a product is the price at which the manufacturer or wholesaler recommends that the retailer sells the product and is not necessarily the price at which it has been offered for sale in the market.