5 best diced blenders


5 best diced blenders

Braun MQ9195XLI

Rat­ing: 5.0


Braun MQ9195XLI

The most advanced kitchen appli­ances are pro­duced by the Ger­man com­pa­ny Braun. The mod­el MQ9195XLI stands out from the back­ground of its com­peti­tors with wide func­tion­al­i­ty. Experts appre­ci­at­ed the intel­li­gent speed set­ting, Active Pow­er­Drive tech­nol­o­gy to improve the per­for­mance of the elec­tric motor. There­fore, with a low pow­er con­sump­tion (1200 W), the blender eas­i­ly copes with grind­ing sol­id foods. The float­ing blade sys­tem allows you to quick­ly grind ingre­di­ents. Addi­tion­al­ly, a crush­ing blade is includ­ed. To keep the kitchen clean while cook­ing, an improved dome shape has been devel­oped. Along with the device comes a whisk for whip­ping, noz­zles for dic­ing, slic­ing, knead­ing dough, as well as a grater and chop­per. The mod­el leads our review.

Russ­ian con­sumers praise the blender for its ver­sa­til­i­ty, con­ve­nient speed con­trol, and high-qual­i­ty assem­bly. Among the short­com­ings can be not­ed the high cost.

Advantages

  • wide func­tion­al­i­ty;
  • Hi-tech;
  • rich equip­ment;
  • qual­i­ty man­u­fac­tur­ing.

Flaws

  • high price.

Garlyn HB-320

Rat­ing: 4.9


GARLYN HB-320

Many fans in our coun­try today have a blender Gar­lyn HB-320. Experts attribute the pop­u­lar­i­ty of the mod­el to high-qual­i­ty man­u­fac­tur­ing and a wide range of equip­ment (9 noz­zles, 2 bowls). Espe­cial­ly worth men­tion­ing is the dic­ing func­tion, which was liked by most users. The pow­er­ful motor (1300 W) copes with any load. Thanks to the high rota­tion speed of the blades (16000 rpm) in the “tur­bo” mode, you can quick­ly solve any culi­nary tasks. For each prod­uct and oper­a­tion, it will be pos­si­ble to choose the opti­mal mode using the smooth speed con­trol. The M‑PRO inte­grat­ed sys­tem includes over­heat­ing and over­load pro­tec­tion, ensur­ing safe oper­a­tion at max­i­mum speed. There are no com­plaints about the qual­i­ty of the mate­ri­als used. The mod­el becomes the sil­ver medal­ist of our review.

In the reviews, com­pa­tri­ots note such advan­tages of the blender as rich equip­ment, ease of use, and a spa­cious bowl. Some own­ers lack a soft start.

Advantages

  • wide equip­ment;
  • qual­i­ty man­u­fac­tur­ing;
  • thought­ful secu­ri­ty sys­tem;
  • con­ve­nience in oper­a­tion.

Flaws

  • there is no soft start func­tion.

REDMOND RHB-CB2988

Rat­ing: 4.8


REDMOND RHB-CB2988

The devel­op­ers have thought through the design of the REDMOND RHB-CB2988 blender to the small­est detail. The mod­el was equipped with a pow­er­ful elec­tric motor (1500 W), smooth speed con­trol, rub­ber­ized legs. Experts praised the man­u­fac­tur­er for the styl­ish design and high-qual­i­ty assem­bly. The mod­el is declared as a 9 in 1 sys­tem, which allows you to per­form many dif­fer­ent oper­a­tions in the kitchen dur­ing the cook­ing process. One of the use­ful func­tions is cut­ting food into cubes. The device belongs to the Chrome and Bronze pre­mi­um tech­nol­o­gy series. S‑shaped blades eas­i­ly grind both soft ingre­di­ents and nuts. The set comes with two bowls (2 l and 0.5 l). To ensure a long ser­vice life, the blender has dou­ble motor pro­tec­tion (over­load and over­heat). In “tur­bo” mode, the knives rotate at a speed of 16,500 rpm. The mod­el ris­es to third place on the prize podi­um.

Russ­ian con­sumers liked the build qual­i­ty, pow­er, ver­sa­til­i­ty, ease of use. They are not hap­py with the dif­fi­cul­ty of wash­ing the dic­ing noz­zle.

Advantages

  • high pow­er;
  • smooth speed con­trol;
  • mul­ti­func­tion­al­i­ty;
  • qual­i­ty assem­bly.

Flaws

  • Dif­fi­cult to clean the dice cut­ter.

Polaris PHB 1589AL

Rat­ing: 4.7


POLARIS PHB 1589AL

The Polaris PHB 1589AL mod­el can right­ly claim the title of the most pop­u­lar diced blender. The device scored the most reviews in NM. The experts tried to under­stand the rea­sons for the pop­u­lar­i­ty of the Swiss devel­op­ment. First of all, a large num­ber of speeds (30 options) is strik­ing, which allows you to choose the best mode for each oper­a­tion. A pow­er­ful elec­tric motor (1500 W) helps the device to solve the most com­plex tasks. The blender is slight­ly infe­ri­or to the review lead­ers in func­tion­al­i­ty (7 in 1), the kit includes a noz­zle for cut­ting cubes, slices, as well as a chop­per, grater, mix­er. The sharp 4 PRO TITAN knives deserve praise, which do not dull for a long time thanks to the tita­ni­um coat­ing. The pro­pri­etary PRO­tect+ sys­tem reli­ably pro­tects the device from over­heat­ing and over­load. The mod­el stops a step away from the prize three.

Most own­ers in the reviews are sat­is­fied with the per­for­mance of the Polaris PHB 1589AL blender. Of the minus­es, the fad­ed col­or of the plas­tic and the lack of a noz­zle for puree are not­ed.

Advantages

  • demo­c­ra­t­ic price;
  • 30 speeds;
  • pow­er­ful motor;
  • dura­bil­i­ty.

Flaws

  • fad­ed col­or of plas­tic;
  • No puree attach­ment.

CENTEK CT-1310

Rat­ing: 4.6


CENTEK CT-1310

At the most attrac­tive price, the CENTEK CT-1310 blender is sold on the domes­tic mar­ket. This is a two-speed kitchen appli­ance with a 1200W motor. It can also work in tur­bo mode. The sub­mersible type mod­el qual­i­ta­tive­ly per­forms dic­ing of boiled veg­eta­bles, eas­i­ly chop and mix the ingre­di­ents. At the same time, the motor pow­er is enough for knead­ing dough or crush­ing sol­id prod­ucts. The experts liked the design of the bowl, which has a spe­cial hole for adding ingre­di­ents dur­ing the cook­ing process. The asset of the prod­uct should include high-qual­i­ty assem­bly, reli­able pack­ag­ing, a vari­ety of noz­zles. The man­u­fac­tur­er gives a 3‑year war­ran­ty on its prod­uct. The strengths of the mod­el are an eco-friend­ly plas­tic case and an LED oper­a­tion indi­ca­tor. The blender rounds out the top five diced kitchen appli­ances.

In the reviews, users praise the device for a sol­id assem­bly, high-qual­i­ty dic­ing, smooth speed con­trol, afford­able price. The dis­ad­van­tages of the own­ers include a decent weight, rapid heat­ing of the body when work­ing with dough or sol­id foods.

Advantages

  • afford­able price;
  • sol­id assem­bly;
  • 3 year war­ran­ty;
  • high qual­i­ty dic­ing.

Flaws

  • the motor is warm­ing up;
  • decent weight.


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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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