- Dishwasher-safe except for the base
- Powerful 1000-watt motor
- Simple design
Handy sip-and-seal lids let you skip the extra cup and transport your blender’s jar to work or the gym. Blends fresh fruits and veggies into a creamy mixture quickly thanks to blades that spin at 21,000 rpm, a speed that rivals pricier models.
CNET sums it up best by basically explaining that the BL450 (which is pretty much the same as the BL455) rocks at blending simple smoothies, but can’t do much else. Reviewers have a love-hate relationship with the size of the single-serving container.
Performance: A practical Pro Extractor Blade blends entire fruits and vegetables - yes, even the stems and seeds - into a cup of creamy, nutrient-packed bliss. With an rpm of 21,000, the Nutri Ninja pulverizes produce twice as fast as the NutriBullet and other cheap blenders.
Design: The Nutri Ninja is one of the smallest blenders on our list, so you can easily bring it to your company’s break room or take it on a road trip. A lack of buttons and knobs makes it simple to operate this basic blender by pressing down on its top.
Versatility: The Nutri Ninja lacks the versatility that more expensive blenders offer, but you can still do a lot with it. We found that it’s great for making smoothies, sauces, and gravies.
Price: Priced around $86, this is one of the cheapest blenders on our list. It’s a great starter blender for folks who plan to upgrade later.
- Rated #3 in 6 Best Blenders