After 50 hours of research, seven different product tests, and a consultation with a localculinary expert, we’ve found thatthe Bamix- Pro-1 M150 is the best immersion blender out there.
With its top-tier blending and easy handling, the Bamix is definitely our go-to “stick-blender”.
Why own an Immersion Blender?Don’t worry, “Immersion Blenders” aren’t as complicated as they sound.
Often referred to as “stick-blenders”, immersion blenders allow the user to mix ingredientsright in their pot without having to transfer them to and from an upright blender.
Here’s a list of our Best Immersion Blenders.
#1 - Bamix#2 - Breville#3 - KitchenAidHere’s how we tested.
To keep things even, we only conducted tests using default blades, not any additional attachments.
From there, we rated each blender’s performance, seeing how well they can blend ingredientswithout leaving chunks.
We also graded each blender on user experience.
Comfort, grip and control are key when using a one-handed blender.
Last, but not least, we tested each blender on their cleanability.
Who doesn’t like a shorter clean-up time?Sound good?Let’s get into our picks.
The Bamix - Pro-1 M150 turned out to be the best immersion blender from our tests.
Unlike most other cages that form a solid dome over the blade, the Bamix has a uniquefour-pin cage that’s open on all sides.
This design allows ingredients to be drawn to the blade, blending them faster and betterthan our contenders.
This one-of-a-kind design played a huge role in whywe chose the Bamix as our number one pick.
Not only did the Bamix perform well, but we also found it nice to operate.
The grip fits well in your hand and both speed buttons are right where they need to be.
You’d be surprised by how many immersion blenders out theredon’t take comfort into consideration.
The only complication we found with the Bamix is cleaning it.
Since it has a fixed shaft, you can’t throw it in the dishwasher,forcing you to wash it by hand.
Besides that, we couldn’t be happier with it.
Up next, the Breville - BSB510XL Control Grip.
Like the name suggests, the Breville has the most comfortable and natural-feeling gripof all our picks.
Its one-button design also makes learning the Breville super easy.
It’s literally one button.
Plus, this blender has a full 8 inches of immersionand is actually the tallest of our picks.
That length comes in handy when dealing with any stubborn ingredientshiding at the bottom of your pot.
While there is a lot to love about the Breville, we did notice a slight lack in performancewhen compared to the Bamix.
it took longer to blend all of the ingredients and we even foundsome chunks in our final product.
Also, the anti-suction head didn’t work as well at high speeds as we’d hoped.
However, if you lower the speed and put in a little more effort than you would with theBamix, this blender works like a charm and it looks great too.
All said and done, the Breville is the easiest and most comfortable option for any of youlooking to try immersion blending.
If you’re looking for a cheaper route to immersion blending, check out our number threeand most affordable pick, the KitchenAid.
The KitchenAid delivers a solid performance for well underhalf the price of our other picks.
And, when compared to other budget models, the KitchenAid completely out-classes themwith its intuitive design and surprising power.
Keep in mind that low-cost immersion blenders do have a reputation forburning out their motors, though.
From our tests, the only trouble we found with the KitchenAid was attaching and detachingthe blending shaft.
One time, we were worried we might actually break it!All things considered, that's a small price to pay for this impressive immersion blender.
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