Kate Hackworthy from Veggie DessertsKate is a UK food blogger and cookery writer. She is unashamedly obsessed by vegetables, whether they’re in her breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.
“ It has a smaller casing than the Optimum9400, but is still as powerful. They call it their travel-sized blender as although it’s still a full-sized machine, it would be a bit easier to take to a cottage or staycation holiday so you can still enjoy your morning smoothie or afternoon soup.
- Small – the compact casing is a real space-saver.
- Easy to clean – just add water and a drop of washing up liquid and whiz.
- Quick – it can blend a smoothie in less than 1 minute.
- Powerful – blends at 20,000 rpm so you can crush ice or nuts in seconds.
- Versatile – you can make smoothies, sauces, soups, dips, nut butters, nut milks and more!
- Low price for such a powerful blender. ....
Very solid construction, and a very powerful motor and blade set that blended everything we threw in it.
It literally pulverizes anything you throw at it. Ginger, pineapple, whole beets, frozen strawberries, parsley. It's amazing.
Assembly is a breeze - there's nothing to assemble. Get your cup, put in your ingredients, attach the end (which has the blades on it), put it in the blender and away you go. When it's done, simply unscrew the cap, and drink.
Mrs. Gail Brewster
The lids supplied that clip onto the beakers if you need to drink your juice on the go and both have a flip up cap that you can drink from whilst keeping the contents fairly well contained.
Such a difference form my previous smoothie maker - it is perfectly smooth now.
What an absolute bargain for a top notch smoothie maker. It can cope with very solid balls of frozen spinach no problem when making lunch smoothies in the morning to take to work with me. I also use mine to make flourless banana pancakes