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.
Fast and easy
A friend recommended this blender when I was looking for one and a few weeks later it came up for sale at Aldi!
So far the machine has blended everything well and completely. It handles both solids and liquids but you need to put enough liquid with some solids to help it move around and blend it all. Fruit, yogurt, icecream and protein powders work very well and this was the purpose it was bought for.
There's no speed setting but it hasn't bothered me yet but it may be useful in future if i don't want something too liquid-ized.
Overall it's a powerful little beast.
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Works well. Multiple cups are handy
Purchased the blender at Aldi and am pretty happy with it. It comes with multiple cups and lids to allow storage later.
It's design also makes it really safe, as the blades only turn when the lid is on and in correct position.
Best bullet blender ever!
As a regular icy smoothie making family we have killed many a bullet blender including some of the major brands much more expensive than this one and none ripped through the ice as quickly and easily as this one! Blitzes anything in a couple of seconds! Love it!!!
Great smoothie blender for the price!
I was looking to replace a cheap Sunbeam smoothie blender and this has been great. The motor seems powerful and blends ingredients very smoothly. The only issue I have is that the top of the blending cup is quite wide which can be difficult to remove. Excellent value for $60.
Super Doper Little Machine that is quite a power
To be honestly, I had doubts about this machine... But I need a blinder to blind up my green smoothies for my diet.
And guess what. This turns out to be one super doper machine that makes lots of noise and blends all the GREEN vegetables into moshes. Thank to this machine, I have lost 4 kg on the 10 days green smoothies diet.
Highly recommended if Aldi has them on sale. Grab it Mate!!!!
Smashes the competition for half the money
My wifes blend stick broke and we were up for a new blender. I had used a nutri-bullet for sometime at temporary accomodation so suggested we get one of those. After seeing this unit for half the price of the nutri-bullet we thought we would give it a go (not to mention a 3 year warranty).
Wow what a machine! It smashes through ice, nuts, you name it! We have used the superblend 1000 every morning for the last 8 weeks or so with no problems at all.
Most of the parts are dishwasher safe also.
Handy, and not ridiculously expensive
Very useful for smoothies and puréeing mixtures. Doesn't hold an awful lot, so sometimes two batches are necessary, but that's not awful. With frozen or otherwise hard items, it may take a bit of time and shaking, and it is quite loud, but it does get there, and with satisfactory consistency. Easy to take apart and clean, been very handy in my household.
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Good until it blew up!
We purchased this blender in May 2016. It always was a very loud machine, but did the job very well. As a blender it cut through soft fruits and vegetables without any trouble, however, we found things like carrots and stringy vegetables did not break down very well. But for the money, $69.99, we weren't complaining and the added bonus was the 3 yr warranty.
The blender was used, at best, once a week since the purchase date, but for the last seven months it has sat in the cupboard untouched. I pulled it out 4 days ago to make a mango smoothy ...
Good value for money!
An easy to use blender with a good range of attachments. Great for liquids and some solids. Can handle small amounts of ice. Very handy for daily smoothies. Can’t hold large volumes but perfect for single use.
Easy to clean and store and comparable to other brands. Highly recommend.
Just as good as the expensive version
I purchased the Kurchef from Aldi 12 month's ago and it's still going strong. I use it every morning to make my smoothie and 2-3times a week to dice, grate or grind up ingredients and I've had no problems with it at all. Previously Ive owned 2 of the expensive models and they both burnt out within 6months. This model is great value for money
Same as TS200 Trent & Steele
I have owned three of the Trent &Steele TS200 Nutritional Blenders (paid $128, covered by 2 year warranty replacement)
They were 1000watt.
I have reviewed them on this site.
I know that the Aldi Superblend 1000 watt is the same appliance with badge and logo changed because I owned both at the same time and all the parts were interchangeable. (Cost me $69)
Just as my third TS200 (warranty replacement) was beginning to suffer from the noisy bearing problem, (common problem with these Chinese made bearings that are used in all of these ...bullet style blenders, it happened on 2 out of 3 TS200, 1 out of 1 Magic Bullet and a NutriNinja for me) I noticed Aldi was selling a blender that looked the same as TS200 Trent & Steele, so I bought it and confirmed I was correct. The difference in decibel noise between using the TS200 blade base with attached bearing was noticeably noisier than when swapping it for the new Aldi part. So using Aldi part in TS200 blender. It is definitely interchangeable.
Fast and effecience while it last.
Been using this for a year and it's been really good except the blade base died on me a fortnight ago. Rang Actionspares.com.au and they said that they are no longer making that product and has offered a full refund from my local Aldi store.
Excellent product - great quality at great price
This seems to be a really good quality, reliable machine. I can't imagine what the more expensive ones would do (that I would want them to) that this can't. On the other hand I had one that was even cheaper than this and I had to fiddle around a lot to get it to blend properly whereas this I throw in fruit, yoghurt, ice etc and a few seconds later I have my smoothie ready to throw a lid on the jar!
Value for money - excellent for chutney
I bought this 3 months back and so far no major issues, only one problem i found if you fill the jar full then it vibrates too much and spills out liquid. Although the instruction manual says do not fill beyond max line but there is no max line shown on the jar. And moreover initially there was no problem with filling the jar full. It just started giving this problem now.
Its excellent for making chutney using 800ml jar
never tried dry grinding, i think its not made for that.
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