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What would we do without blenders? Blenders are some of the most useful appliances one can have in the kitchen. Check out the best blenders in Hong Kong or find out some easy tips to choose a blender below.

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KitchenAid 5-Speed Hand Blender
HK$ 1,083.00
Mankind

The Kitchenaid Classic 5-Speed Hand Blender is ideal for making sauces, soups and smoothies to name but a few. Boasting a powerful 180W motor, the blender has five speed settings so you can achieve the perfect consistency with any ingredients. Featuring two interchangeable, stainless steel blades and two removable, stainless steel blending arms, the blender also comes with a one-litre pitcher with a no-splash lid, a whisk and a handy storage bag. - L.m. Features: Kitchenaid Classic 5-Speed Hand Blender 180W motor 5 speed settings 2 interchangeable stainless steel blades 2 removable stainless steel blending arms (20 and 33cm) Metal body Soft grip handle 1 litre BPA-free graduated blending pitcher with a no-splash lid Comes with a whisk, a cotton storage bag, a pan guard and two bell guards Voltage: 220-240V Please Note: Supplied with a UK three pin plug only.

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Catwalk Makeup Mini Blender 4 Pack
HK$ 31.00
Catwalk

Catwalk Make Up Mini Blender 4 Pack Just like the Original Make Up Blender, but smaller. For those more defined, detailed touches, these mini blenders are tool for you. This multi-purpose makeup sponge is perfect for creating that flawless airbrushed finish and llows you to apply seamless streak-free foundation and allows you to gain the most out of your products. The edge-free shape with pointed tip is ideal for precision blending, and defined contouring. This shape also allows you to bake your under-eye and prevent any creasing. Get that gorgeous, seamless, airbrushed finish every time.

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Great tips for choosing the right blender

One of the unsung heroes of kitchen appliances is the blender. The blender has not gotten enough credit for all the convenience it brings us. In the Hong Kong, blenders are used to mince, juice, grate, and disintegrate food to be used in our scrumptious daily recipes. But how do we choose the right blender? What is the best way to look for a blender and what are the characteristics we should look for? Let’s answer all these questions with a few simple tips. Find out more below.

Know what you want to blend

It is vital to know what you are going to blend before choosing a blender. Not all blenders were created equal. If you are blending food such as vegetables, onions, carrots, beetroot, and so on, you can use the conventional jug blender (Blender jug as it’s sometimes called). For making milkshakes and smoothies, you might want to go with something less bulky such as the immersion blender.

If you use blenders to mince your meat, you definitely will need a high-powered blender jug to prevent your meat from flying around. Ice blending also requires a more powerful blender unit, with larger and stronger blades so that it won’t wear out in the long run.

Find out the types of blenders

In today’s market, there are hundreds of different types of blenders. That said, you can divide blenders into two categories:

  • Blender jugs
  • Immersion blenders (handheld blenders)

The type of blender you buy ultimately depends on what you intend to blend. Blenders can also be categorized in terms of performance and durability. The high-performance blenders can take in larger food chunks including ice blocks and uncooked hard vegetables. Larger blenders come with a jug to hold the food, blades, jar coupling, a base with switches, a power outlet, and a lid.

Some of the biggest names in the blender market in the Hong Kong are Breville, Cuisinart, Kenwood, and Philips. You can’t go wrong with these reliable blender brands.

Go with affordability

Ultimately, you want to choose a blender that is not only reliable but affordable. It is recommended to change your blender every 3-5 years. Otherwise, conduct regular maintenance in replacing movable parts such as blades. Blender sets may cost more, but they come with all the necessary tools for blending your recipes well. If you are looking into simple blending, go for a cheaper, smaller unit.

Look for added features

Getting the bang for your buck is part and parcel of choosing a blender. The best way to do this would be to look for added features that it comes with. if a blender comes in a set, you can safely purchase it as it has all the necessary tools to blend. Also, consider the blender’s portability and usability when taking it around. You may want to bring your blender to the office or on a trip out to blend your smoothies on-the-go or look into getting a juicer. Also look for different settings on the blender that cater to a holistic blending process. A blender that gives you fine blending along with course dicing can be a good choice.

Now that you know more on how to choose the right blender, it’s time to get yours! Check out the selection above.