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Smoothie Blender 50180F

The Hamilton Beach Single-Serve Blender is a budget-friendly personal blender. It’s not very powerful and doesn’t do a great job with most recipes, including smoothies with fibrous fruits and vegetables like kale. However, it’s very cheap for a personal blender, and it’s easy to clean and quiet when running. Easy-grip designs provide nonslip speed control and attachments that can be easily removed and washed by hand.

As with smoothies, the MultiBlend also ran into trouble tackling our pesto test. Even after a full 45 pulses, the gadget failed to acceptably blend my rough mixture of spinach, garlic, shredded cheese, and olive oil. Only after I called upon the MultiBlend’s bundled mixing spoon tool to churn everything with vigor did I make a satisfying sauce. Keep in mind I also had to leave the machine running for 2 minutes on Puree/Smoothie/Icy drink mode for the slurry to gel properly. If you’re looking for other options, check out our recommendations for the best personal blenders, the best bullet blenders, and the best blenders for smoothies.

There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. Certainly the sweetest section of our blender trials, the Hamilton beach MultiBlend handled itself decently well while churning up a fresh batch of whipped cream. For a mere $40, the Hamilton Beach MultiBlend Blender can tackle most ordinary food-mixing tasks. I admit I’m disappointed that Hamilton Beach chose not to include a useful grinding jar with the MultiBlend, similar to the one the comes with the Stay or Go.

Instead this trial serves to underline how well a device is at merging wet and dry ingredients, plus to reveal any cleaning problems you may run into. There’s no getting around the fact that the Hamilton Beach MultiBlend is not a fearsome slicing and dicing machine. For that you’re much better off springing for a much more powerful blending device from Ninja, Vitamix, or Blendtec. That said, hamilton beach smoothie blender akin to its small appliance relative the Stay or Go, the MultiBlend does have enough juice to handle standard blending duties and my tests bore out this fact. Then there’s the $40 Hamilton Beach MultiBlend Blender, which is remarkably capable despite its low price. Sure, the MultiBlend can’t match the performance of high-octane mixing giants from the likes of Vitamix , Ninja , and Blendtec .

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The NutriBullet Pro 900 is a much better personal blender than the Hamilton Beach Single-Serve Blender. The NutriBullet is significantly sturdier and has a better blending performance since it can make nut butter and produce a smooth puree with fibrous ingredients like kale. Hamilton Beach® Single-Serve Blenders feature durable stainless steel blades that blend your favorite drinks in seconds. Use the travel cup to blend drinks to go anytime, or fill the whole jar with fresh ingredients for family and friends.

There’s also a sliding spout on the lid designed for drinking. This blender comes in several color variants, including Black, White, Red, Raspberry, Blue, and Green. We tested the Black variant; you can see the label for the model we tested here. This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The action you just performed triggered the security solution.