The larger the jug, the more ingredients you can fit inside to blitz up into your favourite smoothies. Our range varies from 0.3 – 0.7 litres, so there’s something for every mealtime. A 0.3 litre model is perfect for breakfast or to take to the gym as a snack, whereas a 0.7 litre portion will fill you up at lunchtime.
Smoothie Makers Buying Guide
Here are the top 5 things you need to know when it comes to choosing your brand new smoothie maker.
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Models with a few jugs are perfect for smoothie lovers and give you portion size options. Plus if you like to make recipes in advance to store for later, there’s no chance of you running out. For gym lovers, models with straws and lids will make drinking on the go much easier and quicker. And with personal smoothie makers, you can blend in the bottle and head straight out the door, without any mess!
We have bold green and classic black models available from our smoothie maker range – so there’s something to please everyone’s taste! Although your smoothie maker needs to perform brilliantly day after day, it’s nice to have something that looks the part too. We have lots of different styles to choose from, including modern, contemporary models in vibrant green. Or for those who prefer something with more of a classic vibe, we’ve got you covered with black and white models too.
When cleaning the outside of your smoothie maker, you should use a damp cloth to avoid damaging the electrics. The simplest way to clean the bowls and blades is by taking them apart and popping them in warm, soapy water to soak. And a bristle brush will tackle any stubborn stains that linger and get into difficult areas. Some models have dishwasher safe parts, so the hard work is taken off your hands. If you do decide to let the dishwasher do the hard work, make sure you place them on the top rack to avoid melting any parts. The sooner you get the cleaning started, the easier it will be to get your smoothie maker spotless! This is because there’s less chance of discolouration and any ingredients setting.
The more power a smoothie maker has, the more ingredients you can experiment with. We have models ranging from 300 to 700 Watts, so there’s lots of choice. A model around the 300 Watt mark will mix together yoghurt and softs fruits like banana perfectly. While something towards the 700 Watt mark will tackle firmer foods like apples and carrots, to give you lots of variety when blitzing