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Buying Blender Reviews and Tips
Preparing a margarita in your home or fixing a summer tomato puree would not be difficult with the help of a blender. There are so many other food processing products out in the market for us to choose from but the blenders are still the number choice among chef and cooks in crushing an ice, whipping a smoothie and other drinks or fixing a puree for an entree. Nowadays, a buying blender guide has been created to help kitchen and cooking enthusiast find the best blender to match all their culinary tasks.
Some blenders are made of plastic and these kind of blenders are usually less durable than those blenders that are not made of plastic. Blenders that are made of steel and those that are metal-based are much more durable and last longer than those that are made out of plastic.
Another thing than can contribute to the longevity of your blender is the materials the jar of the blender is made of. Most important of all is to pay attention to the blender’s warranty card as this will serve as your blender insurance in case some goes wrong with your blender. There are blender companies that offers a warranty of six months or even up to six years of protection for each and every blender they manufacture. Even if other blenders are made out of glass, polycarbonate or are metal based, its other parts such as its rubber gasket and plastic cover can wear out and breaks easily and do not last as long as its other body parts. It is therefore recommendable to wash blenders with the use of the hands or wash them manually to avoid other damages and makes its last even longer than its life’s use.
Even if all blenders may perform the same tasks, purpose and goal, all of them are not created equal and may function effectively and accurately according to its use. Some countertop blender’s wattage may range from 300-1500 watts according to its manufacturer which will make you consider this strongly. Yes it true that the better the blender can perform if it has a bigger wattage, if you will not be using your blender for hard substances like ice, nuts or large quantities of fruits and vegetables, you don’t need to purchase a blender with more wattage that is more expensive than a blender with smaller wattage yet less expensive.
A blender with a 300 to 600 watts would be fine for a regular and home use only. Some kitchen and cooking enthusiast would love to have a blender with as many gears than the ordinary one but little did they know that a blender that a speed range between 2-16 is already a great speed performing blender so there is no need to purchase a blender with a speed gear of more than three especially if it will only be used in a family kitchen. The pulse button in a blender is equally important as having an electricity to run your blender because no matter how many speed your blender has, if it has no pulse button, its as if you wont be able to maximize the full potential of a blender.