Blenders Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of blender would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Excellent Mini Blender
This blender is amazing for small jobs, very thorough eg for making Thai curry pastes. I have a large blender but always a problem for using with small quantities. Just a warning. Do not let it run overloaded nor more than one minute at a time. I blew the motor with a heavy thick load for too long. but then a new one cost $20 so I bought two to have a spare. No other device on the market does the job so well.
Really worth the money
It’s a small blender but really does its job well!
I am happy with the purchase.
I bought it for around 20 bucks as I can remember and it worth the money I spent.
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Loving my Kmart blender - value for money
I am loving the Kmart blender and attachments. Great value for money, it does a great job of breaking down food into a smooth consistency. Don’t forget to add water/liquid or you will eat it with a spoon- other than that, highly recommended!
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