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Best type of blenders you should buy

The only gadget in your kitchen that can prepare a drink from ice and fruit fragments in less than 60 seconds is a blender. No other blender we’ve tried has been able to reliably make silky soups, spoon-thick smoothies, or steady emulsifications as well as the Vitamix 5200 since 2012. Yes, it’s pricey, but we believe it’s worth it because of its powerful motor, complex controls, and long-term dependability.

In our tests since 2012, Vitamix blenders have consistently surpassed the competition. The vintage Vitamix 5200 is the only Vitamix we’ve encountered that can make smooth peanut butter and purée heavy soup without erupting molten liquid up the sides of the jar. It lacks preset buttons, but it does have the widest range of speeds of any blender we’ve tried (much more than the comparable Blendtec Designer 675). It’s available in most (if not all) professional kitchens and juice bars. The Vitamix 5200 is also one of the most trustworthy and durable blenders we’ve tested, with Vitamix promising to replace the item if the engine burns out within the seven-year warranty period.

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