Our blender comparison chart, below, shows you how each of the blenders that we have reviewed compares to the others. Sort by column to order the blenders list in any way you like.
|KitchenAid 5-Speed Blender||5||.9 HP||56 ounce||Polycarbonate||15.2"||Yes||1 year||$0-$100|
|Vitamix CIA Professional Countertop Blender||Variable||2 HP||64 ounce||Polycarbonate||20"||Yes||7 year||$400-$500|
|Blendtec Total Blender Basic||Variable||3 HP||64 ounce||Co-polyester||15.5"||Yes||Lifetime (coupling/blade), 1 year (jar), 3 year (motor)||$300-$400|
|Vitamix Turbo Blend 4500 Countertop Blender||2||2 HP||64 ounce||Polycarbonate||20"||Yes||5 year||$300-$400|
|Euro-Pro Ninja Blender||3||1000 Watts||72 ounce||Styrene Acrylonitrile||16.3"||Yes||1 year||$0-$100|
|Oster Classic Beehive Blender||2||500 Watts||40 ounce||Glass||16"||Yes||1 year||$0-$100|
|Oster 6684 12-Speed Blender||12||450 Watt||40 ounce||Glass||15"||Yes||1 year||$0-$100|
Regarding the Motor ratings – some manufacturers rate their blenders’ motors in terms of Horsepower, other rate the motors in terms of Wattage. It looks to use like the trend is that the high-end blenders are rated in Horsepower, and the low-end blenders are rated in Watts.
Regarding the Warranties – All blenders we’ve reviewed have flat warranties, but the Blendtec has variable warranties for various components.
Regarding the Ice crushing – All these blenders can crush ice, some don’t have a specific ice-crushing setting but can still crush ice just fine.
We’ll continue to add more blenders to this chart as other top blenders get our attention and warrant a review. Thanks for reading!