When you read all the information and consumer reviews on a portable kitchen blender, you will find 17-20 different main features listed for each. This includes things such as the capacity of the blender jar, the engine speed, the type of tube material made of, level of motor power, whether the components are dishwasher safe or not, whether the warranty offered and colour of the blender, etc.
You will also find that the weight and the size or dimensions of the portable blender will vary with the type of display, control panel, and the type of attachment. So with all the information out there in the blender reviews, there are features that you should really focus on making sure you get the best blender portable.
You need to see how much power the engine has. Blender electricity is measured in watts or if the blender is strong enough, it is measured in horsepower. Most of the machines we see on the market range from about 250 watts for a small personal blender to 3 horsepower or 2,237 watts.
The more the power in the engine, the more power generated by the cutting blades and the easier and faster it is to blend a variety of materials. One powerful blender, In 2 horsepower, with a stainless steel blade, can blend almost anything as dust. Whatever blender you buy, make sure it goes right to your needs and fits your budget.