✅ TOP 5: Best Immersion Blender 2019

Immersion blenders are a dream come true for
the smoothie lover, nut-butter maker, or mom who prefers making her own baby food. They’re easy to use, don’t take up much storage
space, rinse or wash clean without fuss, and make preparing a fruit-shake breakfast on
the run a breeze. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best Immersion blenders on the market, we have included links in the description
for each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your
budget range. Starting off with the best overall immersion
blender we have the Breville BSB510XL. With 280 watts of power, the Breville Control
Grip is strong enough to chop, mix, blend, puree, or emulsify just about anything you
are likely to throw at it. Amazon buyers praised its ability to tackle
even tough ingredients like kale and other leafy greens. It’s able to chop ice cubes, too – a task
that many lesser immersion blenders struggle with. Plus, the variable-speed control lets you
pinpoint your mixing speed with 15 possible settings. However, it’s the ergonomically designed handle
that really sets this immersion blender apart from the competition. Easy to hold, and with trigger operation,
your hand won’t feel tired or sore during extended use. In fact, several Amazon buyers commented that
even arthritic hands could use this blender comfortably. The Breville Control Grip offers lots of other
great features, as well. The 8-inch shaft reaches easily into soup
pots, while the bell-shape design reduces suction and creates more efficient blending. It has a non-scratch guard base, so you won’t
damage your pot’s finish, and is made of durable stainless steel. Reviewers on Amazon loved the fact that the
hand blender easily disassembled for dishwasher cleaning, although many commented that it’s
easy to simply rinse the blades clean after each use. You’ll also get several handy accessories
with it, including a whisk for beating egg whites or salad dressing ingredients, a 42-ounce
blending jar, and a chopper for chopping nuts, herbs, and similar ingredients. The Breville BSB510XL Control Grip Immersion
Blender isn’t just our top pick: it’s also the favorite choice at The Sweethome, which
praised its ease of use, ability to handle tough tasks, and creamy-smooth blending results. Consumer Reports also choose the Breville
Control Grip as its best pick, giving it a score of 92 out of 100, and commenting on
its superb performance in blending frozen fruit into smoothies. It’s a great deal when you consider everything
that’s included, plus the positive reviews. Next up we have the best immersion blender
for making smoothies which goes to the KitchenAid KHB2561CU. The most popular use for an immersion blender
is whipping up fruit or protein smoothies. While all of our picks are great for this
purpose, the KitchenAid KHB2561OB 5-Speed Hand Blender is especially good for this task. What makes the KitchenAid so special are its
unique interchangeable bell blade assemblies. Instead of just one blade assembly that has
to do it all, the KitchenAid hand blender gives you three: an S-blade assembly for general
mixing and pureeing; a multi-purpose blade assembly that makes short work of chopping
ice or frozen fruit, and also shreds cooked meat and minces ingredients; as well as a
frother and beater blade assembly for whipping coffee drinks, batters, or light and airy
smoothies. All it takes is a simple twist to switch the
blades – no struggling or tools required. Perhaps that’s why this model has an average
rating of 4.1 with nearly 700 reviews on Amazon. The KitchenAid 5-speed has more to offer than
its interchangeable blades, however. It’s powerful, quiet, and of course, has five
speeds to choose from. The 8-inch blending arm is handy for deep
pots of soup, or tall smoothie cups. It also comes with a whisk attachment for
making whipped cream, mayonnaise, and salad dressings; a 2.5-cup chopper for tackling
nuts, herbs, and cheese; and a 4-cup beaker with lid for use in making smoothies, protein
drinks, baby food, and more. KitchenAid even includes a handy storage case,
which many Amazon buyers love. Reviewers on Amazon also like the soft-grip
handle with its easy-to-press power button, which is comfortable to hold even for arthritic
hands. Many commented on the rugged stainless steel
construction of the blades and shaft, calling the KitchenAid stick blender an extremely
versatile kitchen “workhorse” that was a regular part of their daily breakfast routine. It’s decently priced, too. Up next we have the best budget immersion
blender which goes to the Cuisinart CSB-75BC. If you’re looking for a no-frills immersion
blender, you can’t go wrong with the Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC. For less than $30, you get a high performing
immersion blender that can handle almost any task. At 200 watts, the Cuisinart Smart Stick isn’t
a high-powered device, but it still gets the job done with surprisingly good efficiency. While The Sweethome commented that the Smart
Stick has a cheaper-feeling handle and overall flimsier feel than the Breville Control Grip,
the reviewer added that the Smart Stick blends to a pleasingly thick and creamy texture. There are only two speeds to choose from,
and you need to keep the power button depressed the entire time you’re using the hand blender,
making it a poor choice for those with very weak or arthritic hands, although some Amazon
buyers did say that they appreciated the simplicity of a simple squeeze of the button to operate
the blender. However, many reviewers on Amazon commented
that it struggled with raw kale or similar leafy greens, and also had a hard time blending
frozen fruit or chopping ice. One fun feature of the Smart Stick is the
wide range of available colors. There’s basic brushed chrome, but also pink,
red, orange, pearl white, and several others. The device has a stainless steel, detachable
shaft and blade assembly, making it easy to clean in the dishwasher. The motor housing is plastic. The only included accessory is a 2-cup plastic
mixing blender. It’s large enough to whip up a smoothie, batch
of pureed baby food, dressing for a salad, or protein shake, and it’s dishwasher safe. Although it’s not as fancy as some of the
other hand blenders on this list, the Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC is the number one best-selling
hand blender on Amazon. It has more than 6,200 reviews, and 79 percent
of them are four stars and up. It’s not just Amazon buyers who are impressed:
the Smart Stick is Consumer Report’s second choice after the Breville Control Grip, receiving
a score of 76 out of 100. The Sweethome likes it as well, calling it
surprisingly powerful for its price. For less than $30, you really can’t do better
than the Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC. Next we have the best immersion blender for
making soup which goes to the OXO On Digital Immersion Blender. The OXO On has 200 watts of power and six
speeds, giving it plenty of power and versatility for blending, mixing, or pureeing. But it has an unusual feature that differentiates
it from its competition: a “headlight” that illuminates the inside of the pot or beaker
as you blend, making it easy to monitor the consistency of your soup or smoothie. Serious Eats commented that it’s a great safety
feature as well. A surprising number of immersion blender users,
regardless of brand, are injured when they reach into the beaker or pot while the device
is on, but with the OXO On’s bright light, it’s much easier to remember to avoid the
blades. Of course, for safety, you should never put
your fingers near an immersion blender during use. The OXO On has other nice features as well. The stick blender has a “slow start,” to avoid
splatters, and a nylon head and silicone-coated stainless steel shaft to protect your cookware
from scratches. The nylon head is comfortable and easy to
grip, something that many Amazon buyers praised. Surprisingly, however, the removable shaft
and blade assembly are not dishwasher safe. In terms of accessories, the OXO On comes
with a 3-cup plastic beaker, which is perfect for whipping up smoothies when you aren’t
using the stick blender for soup. Many reviewers appreciate the OXO’s ability
to make excellent soups and smoothies. At Serious Eats, immersion blenders were put
to the test, and the OXO On Digital Immersion Blender won high praise for its superior performance
in turning out thick and creamy soups, along with purees. Consumer Reports likes it as well, giving
it a “Very Good” rating in overall performance, with a score of 65 out of 100. If you like to make soups, you can’t go wrong
with the OXO On. And for our last pick we have the best cordless
immersion blender which goes to the Cuisinart CSB-300. In general, cordless immersion blenders lack
the power of their plug-in counterparts. Still, they do offer some convenience that
makes the tradeoff worthwhile for many owners. The Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-300 has quite
a few extra perks that make it even more desirable if you’re in the market for a cordless hand
blender. For example, you can mix and blend at the
kitchen table instead of the counter, bring the blender to work so you can whip up an
afternoon smoothie, or use your cordless blender on the patio to whirl up mixed drinks on a
sunny afternoon. Owners raved about the most unusual aspect
of this model: It comes with an electric knife attachment, perfect for carving a turkey or
roast. You’ll also get a whisk attachment for making
meringue or whipped cream; a 2-cup chopper for nuts, herbs, or soft cheese; and a 4-cup
beaker for mixing smoothies and drinks. It even comes with a storage case. One Amazon buyer called it the “Swiss Army
knife for the kitchen,” because it’s so versatile. Overall, Amazon buyers generally praised the
multi-tasking efficiency of this model. However, a major complaint was that it requires
two hands to operate the blender: one hand to push the unlock button, the other hand
to press power, which you’ll need to keep pressing the entire time you’re using the
hand blender. Several buyers also said the Smart Stick CSB-300
is heavy and awkward to use, although most felt it was acceptable for quick blending
jobs, such as whipping up a smoothie or protein shake. If you can handle the large size, it is a
great hand blender for a variety of tasks. When fully charged, you’ll get around 20 minutes
of run time, which is sufficient for just about anything you’re likely to do with an
immersion blender. There are five speed settings, which is a
nice plus on a cordless hand blender. It’s also stainless steel, and the shaft and
accessories are dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup. Overall, it’s a solid cordless hand blender
for people who don’t want to be tied to an outlet. So that sums up our top Immersion blenders
of 2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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