There are three different types of blender on the market: countertop blender, immersion blender and personal blender. A countertop blender is a typical kitchen appliance with a base motor under the jar and a blade inside; an immersion blender is handheld and has a long arm with a blade on the end.

This type of blender goes directly into the food instead of putting the food in the blender; a personal blender is a smaller type that usually makes 1-2 servings at a time.

Countertop blender

This kind of wall breaking machine is a very popular style on the market. It includes a base with a motor, a transparent water tank or jar and a plastic cover. The kind you see at the coffee machine or smoothie point. They offer multiple breaker speed settings designed for blending, shredding.

The breaker comes in different jars, usually to 4-6 cups. Motor strength is described by wattage or horsepower, which determines how much power it brings to work.

Immersion Blender

Immersion blenders, also called handheld blenders or stick blenders, allow you to stir in a bowl, pot, or cup. This blender is compact and easy to store, which is an advantage for those with smaller kitchens or those who want to take it with them, as it doesn’t have a fixed-capacity jar, so it can mix a little or more at a time.

The immersion breaker comes with a variety of accessories such as cups with lids, jugs, whisk attachments.

Personal blender

Personal blenders are the right choice for smoothie lovers, and while they’re not as powerful or versatile as a countertop blender, they’re great for single-serve protein shakes, milkshakes, or bananas, fresh fruit, and yogurt and other soft materials.

The personal breaker is designed for those who prefer a liquid breakfast or mix for an afternoon pick-me-up. The personal blender is available in a personal blender tank and a small batch blender expansion pack with a blade assembly that attaches to the countertop blender base for quick and easy blending.