- Ergonomic grip for comfortable use
- Internal ribbing encourages impressive control
- Some dishwasher-safe parts
Some reviewers complain that the blender’s bell-shaped bottom doesn’t slide easily into cups, but it works fine in bowls and stockpots. Additionally, a handful of users state that the whisk is too sensitive and doesn’t handle thick or sticky batter very well.
Performance: This immersion blender performs best when you use it to carefully blend homemade yogurt, smoothies, or milkshakes. Some reviewers report that they have difficulty using the blender’s detachable chopping attachment on thick-skinned vegetables or fruits. Despite the minor issues reported, this is still the best hand blender we found during our research, and Consumer Reports loves it just as much as we do.
Design: The Breville Control Grip blender gets rave reviews when it comes to design, with users praising its easy-to-grip handle and suction-reducing internal ribbing. This sleek, compact blender is small enough to be tucked away in a pantry or drawer.
Versatility: You can use this immersion blender for many of the same recipes you create with a regular blender, including frosty beverages, creamy smoothies, and thick gravy. Switch between its chopping attachment and whisk for versatility in the kitchen.
Price: This hand blender costs around $90, which is a fair price for the performance it offers.
- Rated #4 in 6 Best Blenders