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Best Rated Blenders under $200 Dollars | Comparison 2016

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Best Rated Blenders under $200 Dollars – This is a roundup of the best rated home blenders selling for under $200 dollars and over $100 dollars, available in 2016. Smart-Review limits the selection to only those blenders with the highest consumer reviews. Blenders can be used to chop, mix, and blend ingredients for a variety of recipes. One of the most popular uses is for beverages, especially smoothies. The high end models have longer warranties, and are better constructed and have more power than cheaper ones. Below is a comparison chart of the top rated sub $200 dollar blenders available, comparing their differences, price, top model features, and consumer reviews.

Best Rated Blenders under $200 Dollars – Comparison & Reviews
(Best rated mid-range models with the highest consumer reviews)


Jamba Appliances Professional Countertop Blender
Ninja Mega Kitchen Blender System (BL771) +Food Processor Magic Bullet NutriBullet Pro 900 Blender Mixer Oster Versa Professional Performance Blender
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Countertop Blender
1400 Watts
64oz capacity
Plastic Jar
– – –
4 point blade
Pulse Feature
Pre-programmed
7.6″ x 8.7″ x 17.3″
8 Year Warranty
Variable Speed Dial
BPA Free Plastic
+ Recipe Cookbook
Standard Profile
Best of 2016
Countertop Blender
1500 Watts
72oz capacity
Plastic Jar
+Nutri Ninja Cups
Stacked blade
Pulse Feature
– – –
10.8 x 19.6 x 15.5″
1 Year Warranty
+ 3 speeds
BPA Free Plastic
Single Serve Cups
+Food Processor Bowl
Personal Blender
900 Watts
32oz capacity
Plastic Jar
2 Smoothie Cups
4 point blade
Pulse Feature
– – –
5″ x 5 x x 8.5″
1 Year Warranty
Pulse only
BPA Free Plastic
15-Piece set
+Recipe Book
Countertop Blender
1400 Watts
64oz capacity
Plastic Jar
– – –
4 point blade
Pulse Feature
Pre-programmed
9.3″ x 10.3″ x 17.6″
7 Year Warranty
Variable Speed Dial
BPA Free Plastic
+Cookbook
Low Profile
Best of 2016


Best Rated Blenders under $200 Dollars – Comparison & Reviews
(Best rated mid-range models with the highest consumer reviews)

Ninja Professional Blender 1000 (BL660) Jamba Quiet Shield Blender (58916) Nutri Ninja Blender Duo with Auto-iQ (BL642) Cuisinart CBT-1500 Hurricane 2.25 HP Blender
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Countertop Blender
1100 Watts
72oz capacity
Plastic Jar
+Nutri Ninja Cups
Stacked blade
Pulse Feature
– – –
9.2 x 12 x 16.4″
1 Year Warranty
+ 3 speeds
BPA Free Plastic
Single Serve Cups
Personal Blender
1160 Watts
32oz capacity
Plastic Jar
1 Smoothie Cup
4 point blade
Pulse Feature
– – –
6.3 x 8.5 x 15.5″
5 Year Warranty
+ 10 speeds
BPA Free Plastic
Quiet Blender
+Tamper Included
Countertop Blender
1500 Watts
72oz capacity
Plastic Jar
+Nutri Ninja Cups
Stacked blade
Pulse Feature
Pre-programmed
9.2 x 12 x 16.4″
1 Year Warranty
+ 3 speeds
BPA Free Plastic
Single Serve Cups
+Auto-iQ Feature
Countertop Blender
1500 Watts
60oz capacity
Plastic Jar
– – –
4 point blade
Pulse Feature
Pre-programmed
9.5″ x 11.2″ x 16.4″
3 Year Warranty
Variable Speed Dial
BPA Free Plastic
+Cookbook
2.25 HP Motor



Home Blender – Glossary of Terms

Blender Watts = Watts are a measure of energy used, and is a good indication of the power that the blender can produce to crush ice, and make more consistent smoothies. So, higher watts are better.
Making Smoothies = For smoothies you should get a blender with at least 550-600 watts of power. Without enough power, a blender will struggle to chop up the contents finely enough, and have trouble pulverizing ice. You can also burn out the motor of an underpowered blender.
Glass or Plastic Jar = The main jar used to blend and mix smoothies or other products, is composed either of Glass or Plastic. Glass is rare to see, and most are made with BPA free plastic. Plastic weighs less than glass and is less prone to breaking if dropped.
Smoothie Cups = Many blenders come with personal smoothie cups in addition to the main jar for blending. These cups usually have their own blending blades, and mount right on the blender. These have the advantage of making a much smaller personal sized beverage/smoothie serving.
Number of Speeds = Blenders can have many speeds from low to high. The number of speeds will allow you to adjust the power to the task at hand. Smoothies for instance require the top speed, to pulverize frozen fruit, ice, and seeds.
Pulse Feature = Pulse is a momentary blending controlled by a switch that you hold. This is in effect manual blending. Just hold the pulse button down long enough to blend and mix the ingredients to the consistency you desire.
Dishwasher Safe = You can put your mixing jar, or smoothie cups into the dishwasher for cleaning.
Pre-Programmed Blender = A blender with pre-programmed settings will automatically blend in the optimal speed for different types of blending. Some examples are Smoothies, Frozen Desserts, Purees, and some can even make Hot Soup.


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