Excerpt: This blender makes quick work of ice-crushing, smoothies and daquaries. Simple one-speed motor - that's all you need, on and off. Forget about low, high, pulse, and all the other crap - this blender is either off, or effortlessly making delicious drinks, soups, dressings, or anything else requiring a blender. The blades are permanently housed in the solid glass pitcher. Easy to take off and put on, clean up is a breeze. Heavy, solid base.
Pros: Elegant, timeless design. Simple. Easy to clean. Very powerful for ice crushing and smoothies.
Cons: Really cant think of one. If you only could get one blender, this is it.
Excerpt: This is the best blender for making smoothies. It is easy to use and simple to clean. What makes this blender better than the others on the market is that is doesn't have a lot of pieces to it. It just has the blender and the lid. Exactly what I was looking for!
Pros: It has a lot of power and is very easy to clean. Reliable!
Cons: There is nothing that I don't like about it.
Excerpt: This good looking blender also gets the job done. This heavy blender my wife picked primarily for its good looks and heavy duty feel. It definitely is good looking and adds to the look of a modern or retro kitchen. Our all chrome shiny blender makes me smile when I look at it. Its utility is also of top-notch quality. Although I cannot claim to be a blender expert, I don't see why you would need anything more than the basics as this blender provides.
Excerpt: I have owned every major blender brand over the past 25 years, since I was a teenager. I guess I just loved blenders from the start. The brand I've stuck with for ten years now is Waring. I have the commercial bar model with 1 speed, and a 14-speed model also. These use the original glass cloverleaf container. Being vegetarian, I use a blender daily for something or the other, and found that the Waring blended more completely and quicker.
Pros: best blending action on the market
Cons: non-removable container bottom makes cleaning a little harder
Excerpt: I bought my Waring blender at Williams-Sonoma over three years ago, and it still behaves like new. I honestly think the thing is never going to quit. But it's not hard to see why. All metal and glass construction - it weighs a ton, with its industrial-grade electric motor, simple operation (on/off is about it) and solid glass pitcher, unless I drop the pitcher (hence breaking it) there's really nothing to break until the motor finally burns out.
Excerpt: I purchased this blender because it had a heavy-duty motor and a glass NOT PLASTIC pitcher. I used to own a multi-speed blender, but it didn't perform. This Waring model is a classic. Classic looks, heavy-duty, simple to use. Two speeds are all anyone really needs on a blender. I wouldn't trade this baby for anything! It does the job and does it well! This blender is the kind of kitchen appliance that every person who enjoys cooking would love to own.
Pros: Ease of use, heavy-duty motor.
Cons: Only complaint is the plastic top on the rubberized lid. Too easy to wear out.