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Blender Ratings Summary

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Score Product Price Our Take
88
$400
Editors' Choice Award
Tying the highest score out of the whole group, the Cuisinart Hurricane Pro earned an Editors' Choice award and is one of the best blenders overall
88
$520
Editors' Choice Award
This product is one of the best blenders available, handling everything we threw at it
88
$600
While this blender did match our award winners in terms of performance, it does retail for a price that is significantly higher
80
$200
Best Buy Award
If you are looking for a budget blender that makes fantastic frozen drinks and superb smoothies, look no further than the Ninja
79
$450
Finishing near the top of the pack, the Vitamix 5200 delivered a great, not amazing performance
76
$500
While we didn't find any major flaws with the Blendtec, it's priced like a top product, rather than one that scored in the middle of the group
66
$160
For those that want a great blender and don't want to pay a premium price, the KitchenAid Diamond is a solid option
61
$250
While the Versa Pro had a few standout performances, it overall scored quite low
49
$200
The main distinguishing feature of this product is its personal-sized blender cups but is otherwise quite unimpressive
37
$30
This inexpensive blender had an overall abysmal performance compared to the premium models.