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In The Mix: Great Blenders for Every Budget

During my senior year of college, I went on a health kick and decided I needed a blender. After a good deal of research, I settled on the Vitamix 5200. At $449, the entry-level 5200 was expensive, but I'd seen that baby in action at Whole Foods demonstration, and I was hooked. You can use it to make ice cream, for goodness sake. Ice cream. From a blender. Because I was vocal about my intentions, my grandmother promised to buy me one for graduation. It never happened. Although still Vitamix-less, my travails blessed me with knowledge of the best blenders at the entry level, mid-range, and high-end price ranges.

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Philips Robust Kitchen Appliance Collection

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The phrase "made to last" is not the first concept to spring to mind in a word association with kitchen counter appliances. After some serious design work and innovative thinking, Philips' hopes that's exactly the connection consumers will make though while

Breville Die Cast Hemisphere Blender 800BLXL

Breville-Die-Cast-Hemisphere-Blender-800BLXL.jpgThis is what a man's blender should look like. Square, simple and die cast. The 67 ounce polycarbonate jug with soft grip handle will hold any mixed beverage or concoction you put in it and the 1000 watt variable speed motor will blend (or obliterate)