We reviewed the best blenders for making everything from frosty margaritas to healthy smoothies.
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Electrolux's Masterpiece Collection Blender will make a statement on your countertop.
This popular model blends up creamy milkshakes and thick, smooth green smoothies.
The XL Blast Drink Machine earned perfect ratings for ease of cleaning.
Though it wasn't a top performer in our test, the Chefman blended well at a low price.
This Cuisinart offers great flexibility and adequate blending.
Though it wasn't able to tackle frozen fruit in our smoothie test, this model was good at blending cocktails.
This model earned top ease-of-use scores in our test for its flexibility.
Braun's Pure Mix blender includes a 56-ounce glass blender jar and two single serve cups.
Though this blender wasn't a top performer, it will turn out evenly ground coffee beans and a solid frozen margarita.
This Oster Pro model includes a food processor bowl that you can sub in for slicing produce.
This Oster Pro model gives your 48-ounce or single-serving blending options.
This inverted blender was one of our top performers.
This seven-speed blender took crushing sturdy foods with ease.
The Pro Line blender is the dream appliance for the everyday blender-user.
This model from Black + Decker offers high performance blending without an excessive price tag.
The Skinnygirl by BELLA is stylish, compact, and easy to use — plus it comes in three fun colors.