Make quality shakes, soups, smoothies, and frozen drinks with a versatile blender. The blender that's right for you—from personal to high-performance—depends on what you're making.

View our ratings and reviews and browse our buying guide to find the best blenders that crush the competition.

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Blenders Buying Guide

The first blenders hit kitchen counters in the 1920s, designed for whipping up malted milks. Today, they’re more versatile—and they’re the best tool for making tasty smoothies, succulent soups, even homemade nut butters. You can get a plastic personal blender for as little as $20 or splurge on a multifunction, premium glass blender with Bluetooth that will cost more than $600.

Higher price typically means better functionality, versatility, and performance. Still, results are, well, mixed. Some blender blades broke under our rigorous durability tests using only ice. Others blended perfect virgin piña coladas. 

Our buying guide will steer you toward the best blender for your needs and budget.