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The best blenders in Australia

We compare real customer reviews and key product features to find the 7 best blenders you can buy right now.

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The best blenders in Australia

How did we pick this list?

Our editorial team selected the products in this list based on extensive research, real customer reviews and personal experience. For each category, we carefully selected parameters based on our research and identified the products with the highest review score within those parameters.

Read more detail on our methodology below.

Best overall blender: Nutri Ninja Duo Auto-iQ Blender BL642

  • Powerful
  • High capacity but also comes with on-the-go cups
  • Some owners complain about noise levels
  • May be too pricey for some

Price (RRP): $249

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Why we chose it

If you're searching for a versatile blender that won't break the bank, the Nutri Ninja Duo Auto-iQ is definitely worth a look.

Ninja's range of Nutri Ninja blenders was chosen by customers as the best-rated blenders in the 2019-20 Finder Retail Awards. Combined with the fact that the Duo Auto-iQ received positive ratings from customers with Harvey Norman and the Good Guys, plus an average score of 4.4 out of 5 from more than 60 reviews on productreview.com.au, this was enough to see the Auto-iQ crowned our best overall blender.

Featuring 1,500W of power and a maximum capacity of 2.1L, the Nutri Ninja also comes with three cups (500mL, 650mL, 900mL) so you can take your drinks on the go. It offers timed programs to suit different blending needs, plus crushing blades designed to tackle tough ingredients.


Best jug blender: Sunbeam PB8080 Two-Way Blender

  • Two-way blending action
  • Choose between preset programs and manual blending
  • Some owners complain it is too noisy
  • Some complaints that it doesn't blend finely enough

Price (RRP): $199

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Why we chose it

With positive ratings from customers with a range of appliance retailers and on productreview.com.au, the Sunbeam PB8080 Two-Way Blender is our pick as the best jug blender.

This 1,100W blender features a 2L capacity and blends ingredients using a two-way spinning action. There are three pre-programmed settings for smoothies, chopping/salsa and milkshakes, or you can manually blend ingredients using three different speeds or the pulse setting.


Best vacuum blender: Philips HR3756-00 Avance High Speed Vacuum Blender

Philips HR3756-00 Avance High Speed Vacuum Blender

  • Powerful
  • Adjustable speed levels and four preset programs
  • Not the quietest
  • Jug is plastic – some owners would prefer glass

Price (RRP): $499

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Why we chose it

With an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 from more than 30 reviews on productreview.com.au, plus positive customer ratings from around the web, the Philips Avance comes highly recommended.

Designed to remove oxygen from the jar before blending, the Avance High Speed Vacuum Blender features four preset programs as well as manual settings. An ice crushing knife and on-the-go bottle are also included as accessories.

This Philips blender has a retail price of $499 but can be found for less than $400 from several retailers. It's backed by a 2-year warranty.


Best bullet blender: NutriBullet 900W Mega Pack

NutriBullet 900W Mega Pack

  • Easy to use
  • Easy to clean
  • Some people may prefer a blender with a larger capacity
  • Some complaints about burning motor smell after use

Price (RRP): $99

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Why we chose it

The NutriBullet 900 series scores an average customer rating of 4.2 out of 5 from almost 1,000 ratings on productreview.com.au. And with this Mega Pack receiving positive customer reviews at a number of appliance retailers, it's our choice as the best bullet blender.

Available with 2 x 700mL cups and 1 x 500mL cup, this 900W blender features extractor and milling blades to break down ingredients. It's quick and easy to set up and use, while the blades are simple to detach and clean. The cups can also be cleaned on the top shelf of your dishwasher.

Finally, if you're on a tight budget, the NutriBullet 900W Mega Pack is available for under $100 at several retailers.


Best stick blender: Braun MultiQuick 9 Hand Blender

Braun MultiQuick 9 Hand Blender

  • Dishwasher-safe parts
  • Lots of accessories
  • Some complaints about quality of plastic parts
  • There are plenty of cheaper options available

Price (RRP): $219

Buy at The Good Guys
Buy at Myer

Why we chose it

The Braun MultiQuick 9 scores 4.6 out of 5 from more than 1,000 reviews on Amazon, plus gets an average score of 4.1 out of 5 from 29 ratings on productreview.com.au. These positive reviews, combined with the versatility this handy appliance offers, mean it's our pick as the best stick blender.

Featuring a 1,000W motor, the MultiQuick 9 comes with a long list of handy accessories. These include a 1,500mL food processor bowl, a 600mL beaker, a 350mL chopper, a kneading tool, and slicing, shredding and julienne inserts.


Best budget blender: Nutri Ninja BL450 Pro Blender

  • Easy to use
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Some people might prefer a larger-capacity jug blender
  • Some customers complain that blending performance could be better

Price (RRP): $100

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Why we chose it

As we've already mentioned, Ninja's range of Nutri Ninja blenders was chosen by customers as the best-rated blenders in the 2019-20 Finder Retail Awards. The BL450 Pro, with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 from more than 50 reviews on productreview.com.au plus a Google reviews score of 4.7 out of 5 from more than 2,500 ratings, has lots to offer to budget buyers.

This bullet-style blender features a 900W motor and two cups (500mL and 650mL). Components are BPA-free and dishwasher-safe, making this blender easy to clean, and the cups come with "Sip and Seal" lids for easy use on the go.


Best high-end blender: Vitamix 063212 Ascent Series A2500i High Performance Blender

  • 10 speed settings and 3 programs
  • 10-year warranty
  • Doesn't come with multiple containers
  • Some people might prefer a glass container

Price (RRP): $1,245

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Why we chose it

If price is no object, this Ascent Series blender from Vitamix is well worth a look. Priced at $1,245 (but available for less than that) at the time of writing, this blender has garnered plenty of positive reviews from customers and offers a host of useful features.

It offers 10 speed settings and 3 programs (smoothies, hot soups and frozen desserts) to suit your blending needs, while there's also a digital timer for added convenience. It also switches off automatically once a program has been completed.

The Vitamix is backed by a 10-year warranty.


Methodology

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  • We based our findings on reviews from real customers.
  • We compared blenders from 20 leading brands.
  • The products on this list are chosen by our editorial team and are not selected based on commercial relationships.

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