Best Battery Powered Blender On The Market

Our Popular Battery Powered Blenders

Portable devices are always handy to have around the house, and this is no different when it comes to blenders. Battery powered blenders come without a chord and can be used absolutely anywhere. They are the most ideal blenders to have when you are not close to an electricity outlet and are particularly suited to activities such as camping in the outdoors, barbecues or simply making some margaritas outside by the pool.

They are also handy in the kitchen if you have a couple of pots on the stove that have ingredients which need to be blended, as a portable blender can be used to hop between the pots without having to worry about a power chord getting stuck in the middle. They are generally small and compact, but also quite hardy blenders that are very much affordable.

The guide below will outline the advantages of battery-operated blenders and what you should be looking for if you are considering buying one.​

What to Look For When Buying a Battery Powered Blender​

​There are several different things to consider when you are looking for a good battery powered blender:

​1. Type

​There are two kinds of battery-powered blenders: Immersion blenders and stand blenders and so it is important that you decide what you want to use the blender for before buying it. Immersion blenders are handheld blenders and are great for small amounts of blending, and from moving from pot to pot on the stove. A stand blender is bigger and will stand on the counter top, and is better if you are considering making smoothies or drinks for a larger amount of people.

​2. Size

​If you are going for a stand blender then it is important to choose the most suitable jug size for the amount of people that you will be catering for. Some jugs are only single sized and will only make enough for one person, but the larger ones, which can be around 48 ounces, should comfortably blend enough for 4 people.

3. Attachments​

​The best battery powered blenders should come with an assortment of different attachments that will make performing various tasks easier. Immersion blenders in particular can have some very cool accessories such as whisk blades, and if you want a stand blender then try and get one that comes with some travel cups. The best blenders also come with a spare set of stainless steel blades in case your first set wear out or break.

4. How Long Will It Hold Its Charge?

​One of the only potential downsides of battery-powered blenders is that the battery runs out fairly quickly. The average battery-powered blender will hold its charge for about 20 minutes and it is important when you do your research for your shopping that you read reviews and make sure that the blender will hold at least 20 minutes.

​5. Power

The other area in which battery powered blenders fall short when compared to the electrical blenders is that they simply aren't as powerful. A blender that has 12 volts of power should be enough to whip up some delicious soup and cold margaritas.

6. Rechargeable vs. Battery Based

There are two different kinds of battery-powered blenders: rechargeable and battery based. The rechargeable blenders are usually immersion blenders, and when you are done using them, you simply plug them back onto their stands, which are plugged into a power outlet and then they will charge up. Battery operated blenders have actual rechargeable batteries that are put in the device, almost all of these blenders will come with a spare battery that can be used while the other one charges up.

The Best Battery Operated Blenders

1. Cusinart Smart Stick

Our favorite battery-operated blender is the Cuisinart Smart Stick Cordless Rechargeable Hand Blender. This blender is a rechargeable unit and when you are done using it you simply have to place it back on its charging stand, and it will be ready for the next time you need it.

This blender comes with various attachments such as whisk attachments, a chopper, and measurement jar. It has a sleek silver/black look to it, and its one setting means that it is an incredibly easy blender to use.

If you want to make some smoothies or margaritas outside, then this is a great blender to use and the best thing is that you can blend the ingredients right in the cup you intend to use.

Find out more info and read user reviews about the Cuisinart Smart Stick

2. Margaritaville Frozen-Concoction Maker

This one may come as a surprise, but Margaritaville actually makes a surprisingly sold battery-powered blender. 

What we love about this blender is that it comes with some super useful pre-programmed settings that make blending on the go that much easier. For example, there is a setting for shaved ice to be used in your favorite drink. 

With its ​18-volt Ni-Cd battery pack it can blend up to 80 drinks on a single charge. Now that's what we like to call efficiency! 

While the frozen-concoction maker isn't the most portable blender, it is still reasonably lightweight. It comes in at around 15 X 10 X 21 inches. There is no better battery powered blender for backing margaritas on the go! 

Find out more info and read user reviews about the Margaritaville Frozen-Concoction Maker

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