Best Quiet Blenders for Early-Morning Smoothies

From smoothies and juices to soups and sauces, blenders are the miracle workers of the kitchen. The sheer variety of tasty treats, nutritious drinks and foods that can be made in a blender is astonishing. On top of that, it’s small, compact and portable. But why not go a step further and buy yourself a blender that’s also quiet on the job?

Let’s face it, as great as blenders are, they can be very noisy. If you’ve ever woken your family members or roommates up while making your morning protein shake, it’s clear that you need a quiet blender. Not only will it be easier on your housemates and neighbors, but it will also bother your pets less and won’t give you a headache.

Best quiet blenders 2018.

But what is it that makes a blender quiet? Are all quiet blenders quiet, or is it just a bit of marketing mumbo jumbo? To help you out, I’ll go over why I think everyone needs a quiet blender, what to look for in a quiet blender and, finally, offer a list of my ten favorite ones.

Why You Need a Quiet Blender

Imagine this scenario: it’s 4 o’clock in the morning and you’ve woken up for, it seems, no reason. Perhaps it was a bad dream or nature’s call stirring you, but the point is — you’re awake.

A lot of folks feel hungry after they wake up. It’s no wonder why; after all, you probably haven’t eaten for a few hours by then. A blender is the quickest and the most convenient way to whip up a quick, healthy snack. But it’s 4 o’clock, remember? How will you fire up your blender without waking the rest of the house up?

To make matters worse, now you’re likely having trouble falling back asleep on an empty stomach. At this point, you can either buckle and eat a bag of Doritos (or an equally unhealthy snack) or stay awake.

But if you had a specially-designed quiet blender, you could blend away into the night without worrying about waking up your housemates or neighbors. It’s really that simple and that scenario isn’t the only situation where a quiet blender would come in handy. It’s all a matter of convenience, but at times, a healthy snack at 4 o’clock in the morning can really brighten one’s day.

QUIET BLENDERS:

Preview
Hamilton Beach SoundShield 5-Speed Blender, 950 Watts, Ice Crush and...
Power
950 W
Container
52 oz
Preview
Jamba Appliances Quiet Shield Blender with 32 oz Jar, Gray (58915)
Power
1200 W
Container
32 oz
Preview
Cuisinart CBT-1500W Hurricane Blender, White
Power
1500 W
Container
60 oz

What to Look for in a Quiet Blender

Before you decide on a quiet blender, it’s important that you look at its features and specifications first. Quiet blenders can cost a premium (that is, compared to regular blenders), so it’s important that the one you chose is the right one for you.

Without further ado, let’s go over the features you will have to pay extra attention to in a quiet blender.

Quietness

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the first feature you ought to look for in a quiet blender is for it to be quiet!

Motors are inherently loud. The way manufacturers get around this problem is by adding an insulative material to key parts of the blender. This material (usually rubber) serves to dampen the noise coming from the motor by partly absorbing it.

Quiet blenders can also come with an additional cover or case. This enclosure, made of plastic or glass, is placed over the blender jar and further dampens the noise.

The properties of the materials used, as well as the placement, all affect how noisy a blender will be at the end of the day. Sadly, most manufacturers don’t include their blender’s decibel ratings in product listings, so it’s helpful to look at what other customers have had to say.

Unfortunately, there is always bound to be a bit of risk-taking involved in buying a quiet blender, since what others consider quiet may be loud to you and vice versa.

Motor Size, Power

When it comes to all blenders, not just the quiet ones, the size and the power of the motor counts for a lot. After all, what’s a quiet blender worth if it can’t blend the food you want it to? The size and the power of the motor, as well as the sharpness of the blades (which we will talk about next), affects what types of food a blender can blend and how loud it will be.

To breeze through frozen foods and ingredients, the motor should be in the range of 300 to 600 W.

Blade Sharpness

As mentioned above, the horsepower of a blender’s motor is only part of the equation. The other key part to being able to blend tough ingredients is the sharpness and the quality of the blades.

Choosing the blades for your blender is, for the most part, straightforward. Most blender blades are made out of stainless steel nowadays, since it’s expected that they will be washed. However, hardened stainless steel is usually the superior choice.

When it comes to replacing your blender’s blades, it’s important to get the replacement either from the manufacturer directly or to get a genuine part. Avoid shoddy aftermarket blades as they’re prone to rust (not real stainless steel) and other problems.

Warranty

While you should, ideally, look for a blender with quality parts and durable construction, even those are liable to breaking or malfunctioning at some point. That’s why it’s suggested you buy your blender with a warranty.

It may be more convenient (or cheaper) to buy a blender from a reseller or a used one, but the safety net of a warranty is worth the extra cost.

What are the best quiet blenders on the market:

10 Best Quiet Blenders on the Market (2021)

These are the ten best quiet blenders:

1. Hamilton Beach SoundShield 950W Blender

When you demand the best quiet blender on the market, only one product will scratch that itch: the Hamilton Beach SoundShield 5-Speed Blender. No other item on this list (or any other, for that matter) can match its unique balance of power, stillness, and affordability. If you want a reliable blender with no weak sides (but plenty of strong ones), then look no further.

This cutting-edge piece of hardware sports 950 watts of power, features three modes of operation (smoothie, ice crush, and clean), and will let you choose between 5 different speeds. It comes with two containers: the 52 oz. glass jar and the travel jar.

The motor is powerful, yet purrs like a kitten due to its muffled chambers and a two-piece noise shield. It isn’t prone to malfunctioning, but in the unlikely event that it does break down on you, there is a 3-year warranty. To top everything off, the blender is also remarkably easy to maintain and wash. Both of the two jars, their lids, and the blender’s blades are all completely dishwasher-safe.

Main Features:

  • 950-watt motor; strong enough for most uses while remaining quiet
  • Three operation modes
  • 5 speed settings
  • 2 containers; a large, 52 oz. one, and a more secure (but smaller) travel jar
  • Muffled chambers and a two-piece noise shield
  • 3-year warranty
  • Both jars, their lids, and the blades are dishwasher-safe

2. Jamba Appliances Quiet Shield Blender

Jamba Juice Company is one of the world’s top healthy lifestyle brands. Given how important fruit smoothies, protein shakes and juices are to leading a healthy lifestyle today, it’s no surprise that one of Jamba’s pursuits is to create the ideal blender.

With its Quiet Shield Blender line, Jamba went a step further. As the name suggests, this blender is specially designed to blend while not making a lot of noise. But the Quiet Shield Blender is unique in that it’s far less expensive than the ones they often have at restaurants and coffee shops. Its generous price tag makes it affordable to buy for your home as well.

A unique feature of the Quiet Shield Blender is its enclosure, which it comes packaged with. This enclosure serves to dampen the noise coming from the motor and the blender jar. The motor is fairly quiet too, so it’s safe to assume the base has rubber padding.

The Quiet Shield Blender comes with a 32 oz, dishwasher safe and shatterproof jar. Depending on which reseller you bought it from, it may also come with a travel size 20 oz jar, with its own lid and blade assembly. The two jars allow you to easily switch between making smoothies, milkshakes and other drinks, and grinding up ingredients.

The Quiet Shield Blender is powered by a fairly hefty motor. Its peak output is 1.6 horsepower, or about 1200W. It can struggle with thicker/harder ingredients if there are a lot of them in the jar. Thankfully, the Quiet Shield Blender also comes with a tamper, which helps you break down frozen and tough ingredients.

Altogether, the Quiet Shield Blender is a quiet, high-performance blender in a low-cost package. While it won’t outperform Jamba’s premium ware, it can certainly stand toe-to-toe with most common blenders on the market.

Main Features:

  • Noise-proof enclosure
  • Controls for speed and pulse
  • Compact design
  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • Self-cleaning
  • 1200W motor

3. Homgeek Blender Smoothie Maker

If the previous model seemed enticing to you, then the Homgeek Blender Smoothie Maker will, too. It is just as much of a power-over-subtlety product, having an even stronger, 1450-watt motor that can spin its stainless steel blades up to 25,000 RPM. Whether you intend on crushing ice, mixing a shake, or fixing yourself up a refreshing smoothie, the Homgeek blender will not disappoint.

Where it may not meet your expectations, however, is the sound that it gives off while it’s on. It is relatively quiet for its power, but not nearly as discreet as weaker blenders. If you do decide to invest in this model, you may want to also try one of the below-mentioned sound dampening methods.

As for the blending jar, it will hold up to an impressive 70 oz. of contents. It is made of BPA-free plastic that remains notably light while being incredibly difficult to break. The blender is also pretty straightforward to operate, allowing for up to 8 different speed modes. It also has 4 pre-programmed operations settings, making it even easier to put to work.

The model may have potential reliability issues, though. Some customers have reported receiving their Homgeek blender in a nonfunctional or semi-working condition. You should test yours as soon as it arrives so that you can ask for a replacement if it turns out to be faulty.

Main Features:

  • 1450W motor that can spin blades at up to 25,000 RPM
  • Blending jar can hold up to 70 oz.
  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • 8 different speeds
  • 4 pre-programmed operation modes

4. Cuisinart CBT-1500 Hurricane Blender With Quiet Housing

Despite being known mainly for their hand blenders until recently, Cuisinart is looking to break into the blender market with its Hurricane line of high-powered blenders. Its two offerings at the moment are the CBT-1500 and CBT-2000, but I will focus on the 1500W version here. These two are, for the most part, identical except for the motor output.

While it isn’t quite commercial-grade, the CBT-1500 boasts a brawny 2.25 peak horsepower motor (or about 1500W). That’s more than enough for most ordinary, day-to-day blending tasks.

What sets the CBT-1500 apart from other blenders is its double housing. This design is what makes it possible for the CBT-1500 to run as quietly as it does. However, at higher speeds, it can get fairly noisy. It’s suggested that a rubber mat be placed beneath the CBT-1500 to help dampen the noise.

The CBT-1500 is fitted with a set of non-removable 4-prong blades, made out of dishwasher-safe stainless steel of course. These blades are housed in a sizable 60 oz jar, which the CBT-1500 is shipped with.

The meat of this blender lies in its controls, which come in the form of a touchpad panel. While the CBT-1500 has a pulse control, it only has two speed presets (“high” and “low”) and no variable speed control. That’s a fairly big let-down since it offers very few options on how to use it.

On the bright side, the CBT-1500 has a built-in timer, as well as several presets (for smoothies, ice and other ingredients).

Aside from the lack of a variable speed control, the Cuisinart CBT-1500 is a robust, brawny blender. Cuisinart generously chose to ship it with a 60 oz jar, as opposed to a 32 or 20 oz jar. The CBT-1500 slightly disappoints with how noisy it is (on higher speed settings), but it’s still quieter than most blenders on the market.

Main Features:

  • Double housing design which helps dampen noise
  • Pulse control
  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • Self-cleaning
  • 1500W motor

5. Instant Pot Instant Ace Nova 9-in-1 Blender

The Instant Pot Instant Ace Nova comes off as a balanced product. Its 1000-watt motor is powerful, but not to the point where the noise becomes impossible to control. Despite the comparatively weaker motor, however, it easily attains the Homgeek’s 25,000 RPM. Unless you tend to regularly grind down frozen groceries, this blender will get the job done without breaking down or getting too loud.

If you like the ability to choose between automated, pre-programmed modes of operation, then you will love this model. It offers as much as 8. However you like your shake, puree, or sauce, you will get it at the push of a button. You will also be able to alternate between as many as 10 different speeds.

Additionally, the Instant Pot product also gives you the ability to set the temperature. Yes, that means that it can actually cook while it blends, which can, in fact, lead to some complications. Namely, the ring part can sometimes melt due to the accumulating heat. You probably shouldn’t constantly run the blender at a combination of high speed and temperature.

Main Features:

  • 1000W motor can blend almost everything while remaining notably quiet
  • 8 pre-programmed modes of operation
  • 10 different speeds
  • Temperature setting means that it can cook while it blends

6. Breville BBL620 Fresh & Furious Quiet Blender

The Breville BBL620 Fresh & Furious Blender is an all-around solid product with an attractive design. The high-torque motor will be up to pretty much any task while keeping the noise down. The blender’s surgical-grade stainless steel blades won’t break and will remain sharp for a long time. Also, the model features a surprisingly thorough and effective self-clean function.

Breville BBL620SIL The Fresh and Furious Countertop Blender, Silver

The LCD in the machine’s base is clear and easy to understand. You will never be confused with what you’ve set the blender to do, and will quickly be able to change or cancel it. The model offers 5 different speeds (mix, chop, blend, puree, and liquify) and 3 operation modes (Illuminated smoothie, Green smoothie, and Ice crush).

The blending jug is completely secure and will be able to accommodate up to 50 oz of contents. It is shatterproof, so you won’t have to be too careful with it. Of course, it is also BPA-free.

Main Features:

  • High-torque motor is both powerful and discreet
  • Surgical grade, stainless steel blades won’t break and will stay sharp
  • 5 different speeds
  • 3 operation modes
  • Blending jug can hold up to 50 oz.
  • Made of BPA-free plastic

7. Hamilton Beach 1500W Quiet Shield Blender

Like Jamba Appliances’ Quiet Shield Blender, this blender from Hamilton Beach keeps itself quiet with its included “Quiet Shield” enclosure.

However, unlike Jamba Appliances’ blender, this one runs on a more powerful 2.0 peak horsepower (1500W output) motor. Its stainless steel blades spin at around 105 mph, allowing it to blaze through frozen fruit, ice and other hard ingredients. Thankfully, this blender also compensates for its big muscles with a built-in cooling system.

The Hamilton Beach Quiet Shield features three presets: smoothie, ice crush, and puree. Alongside that, it boasts a variable speed control, a pulse dial, as well as a self-clean feature. Self-cleaning is a convenient inclusion, but if you prefer to clean your kitchen appliances yourself, you’re in luck. All of Hamilton Beach Quiet Shield’s parts are dishwasher-safe.

The included shatterproof jar is only 32 oz, but that should be more than enough for most purposes.

As far as this blender’s noiseless credentials go, sadly, it doesn’t quite live up to Hamilton Beach’s promises. The enclosure that comes with it does reduce the blender’s noise level, but it’s still mildly loud at higher speed settings.

Still, at the end of the day, it’s quieter than most blenders you will find on the market. That, and the included enclosure doubles as a pitcher!

All in all, the Hamilton Beach Quiet Shield is one of the most versatile blenders out there. It is feature-rich, with a variable speed control, pulse dial, built-in timer, self-cleaning feature, as well as a self-cooling system to ensure it never overheats while you’re blending away the day.

As far as I’m concerned, that more than makes up for it being mildly noisy at times. But if the noise does bother you, placing a rubber mat beneath it will help dampen the noise further.

Main Features:

  • Noise-proof enclosure
  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • Timer feature
  • Self-cooling system
  • Controls for speed and pulse
  • Self-cleaning
  • 1500W motor

8. VAVA 500W Low-Noise Smoothie Blender

What stands out right away about the VAVA Smoothie Blender is its price tag. If there is one reason to give this blender a try, it’s VAVA’s generous asking price.

Thankfully, that isn’t the only reason. Aside from being crazily affordable compared to most other blenders out there, VAVA offers a blender that’s lightweight, compact and highly portable. It isn’t the most powerful on the market, but it isn’t meant to be either, eschewing power for affordability and compactness.

While it is very compact, the VAVA Smoothie Blender ships with a hefty 51 oz jar. That’s more than enough for any fruits or vegetables you like to make your smoothies or shakes out of.

Given its low cost, the VAVA Smoothie Blender has a fair number of features. It boasts a variable speed control, as well as three presets: pulse, ice crush and smoothie. These presets change how the blender behaves. For example, when it is set to ice crush, the blender stops on its own after blending. Or, when it is on smoothie, it will automatically adjust its speed, starting slow before ramping up.

Between the presets and the adjustable speed, you can make just about anything with this blender. That includes baby food, pancake batter, dressings, as well as soups and sauces of all varieties.

The VAVA Smoothie Blender is also impeccably quiet, but it’s worth noting that it does have a smaller, less powerful motor than its noisier competitors, so it isn’t as much of a hurdle for VAVA to make this blender less noisy.

All in all, if you’re in the market for a compact, lightweight, portable and a quiet blender, the VAVA Smoothie Blender checks off just about every market. Its less powerful motor is the only drawback since it makes blending tougher ingredients harder, but that’s its only trade-off.

Main Features:

  • Controls for speed and pulse
  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • Three presets
  • Runs far quieter than most blenders
  • Heavy-duty 51oz glass jar

9. Optimum Vacuum Blender

The Optimum Vac2 from Froothie is fairly unique as far as blenders go. It’s a heavy-duty (“heavy” in literal terms and otherwise) vacuum blender powered by a monstrous 2200W motor. Air is removed from the jar prior to blending to prevent oxidation, which can diminish the nutritional value of various foods (e.g. oxidation has been found to lower the vitamin C content of many foods/drinks).

Oxidation can change the color and taste of various foods and drinks as well, especially fruit and vegetable-based ones. Because of the Vac2’s vacuum feature, you’re able to prepare drinks (such as smoothies and protein shakes) ahead of time and enjoy them in their full splendor hours later.

Coupled with the Vac2’s meaty motor, its 6-prong stainless steel blades will cut through frozen fruits/vegetables and pulverize ice, nuts and seeds. Its bearings are designed to minimize heat, even at higher speeds.

While its hefty motor allows it to surmount most hard/tough ingredients, the Vac2 also comes with a tamper. That makes it so you won’t have to scrape the ingredients off the walls of the jar every time, but it will also help crush/mix whatever it is you’re blending.

The included jar is a very generous 68 oz, making it possible to, for example, blend soup for a few people at the same time.

The Vac2 boasts a built-in timer, as well as five presets, more than most other blenders have (typically three). These presets are smoothie, vegetable/fruit, pulse, nuts and soup.

Lastly, the Vac2 manages to stay fairly quiet for such a powerhouse of a blender. That’s likely because of its vacuum feature which removes air, a medium that noise can travel through, from the jar. Of course, with more intensive blends, it will get loud, but that’s a small trade-off for such a robust item.

The only other drawback of the Optimum Vac2 is its plastic jar. After a few weeks (to months) of use, it can become discolored and look a bit like frosted glass. Thankfully, that doesn’t affect how the Vac2 performs, but it can look a bit uninviting.

Main Features:

  • Five presets
  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • 2200W motor
  • High-capacity 68 oz jar
  • Vacuum feature which removes air from the jar before blending
  • Timer feature

10. Vitamix Quiet One Blender

By far the priciest blender on this list (along with the Blendtec Stealth 885), the Vitamix Quiet One has a lot to live up to — not least of all, its price tag and brand.

Vitamix is famous for its line of commercial-grade blenders for restaurants, coffee shops and similar establishments. “The Quiet One” is no exception. It is designed to run as quietly as possible, while still offering the performance of a 3 horsepower peak motor.

Vitamix 36019 36019-1 Vita-Mix Quiet One Blender 48 oz, Black

It does so with a series of magnets which help create a tight seal around the noise-proof enclosure, making it very tough for noise to leak out. Nonetheless, the quiet shield is a piece of cake to remove and clean.

The controls are fully manual and programmable, with variable speed and pulse controls. While the hands-on controls are a necessity in a café or a coffee shop setting, they’re likely to overwhelm customers at home.

At 27 lbs, the Quiet One should perhaps be renamed “the Stationary One”, since it’s not really meant to be lugged around much. After all, it’s for staying at a bar or somewhere in a café or a restaurant.

All in all, while the Vitamix Quiet One is a very robust blender, it’s also clearly meant for commercial establishments. It’s hard to justify its price for an at-home blender. Not that Vitamix hides this fact, the Quiet One is, after all, a part of their commercial line of blenders.

Main Features:

  • Made out of BPA-free plastic
  • 2200W (3 horsepower) motor
  • Commercial-grade quietness
  • Versatile, programmable controls

11. Blendtec Stealth 885 Quiet Commercial Blender

It’s hard to argue that Blendtec isn’t the world’s leader in blenders. While it’s been rubbing shoulders as of late with Vitamix, it still has a decisive edge when it comes to brand popularity, at least in America.

The Blendtec Stealth 885 and Vitamix Quiet One are two of the quietest commercial-grade blenders on the market. But how do they compare, standing side-by-side with one another?

The two are fairly similar in design; they both feature a noise enclosure that dampens the noise of the motor/blades. The Sealth 885 and the Quiet One also boast a fully manual, programmable control scheme (both have, funnily enough, six customizable buttons). Where the Stealth 885 differs is in its interface, which is all-touch and has a nifty slider for controlling speed. The Stealth 885 also allows you to program different profiles, each of which has its own controller scheme.

Where the Stealth 885 has a distinct edge is its motor, which is a more powerful 2800W (or 3.8 horsepower) peak output motor.

At the end of the day, both of these blenders are clearly meant for commercial-grade establishments like restaurants, cafés and coffee chops. They’re priced very closely and you would be hard-pressed to find a reason to buy either of these two for your kitchen. However, for establishments like the ones mentioned previously, these two are at the top of the heap, by far.

Main Features:

  • Fully manual and customizable controls
  • Commercial-grade quietness
  • 2800W (3.8 horsepower) motor
  • Programmable recipe presets

How to Make Your Blender Even Quieter

While getting a blender that was designed to be quiet would be ideal, sometimes you simply can’t afford to replace an older model yet. Or perhaps you’ve already purchased a quiet blender and want to try and muffle the noise even more.

Luckily, tricks exist that you can use to make any blender notably less disruptive. Just keep in mind that whatever you do, it probably won’t completely hush a regular blender. If it wasn’t made to be quiet in the first place, there’s only so much that you can do. Regardless, here are some tips and tricks to help you blend at least a little bit more discreetly.

Move the Blender Elsewhere

If you’ve put your blender close to a wall, said wall will make the noise notably louder. What happens there is that the wall will bounce the sound back instead of allowing it to dissipate naturally. Making certain that your blender is as far away from obstructive surfaces as possible will go a long way in quieting it down.

Of course, if you can’t or don’t want to keep your blender in the center of the kitchen at all times, an alternate solution does exist. Simply move the blender there when you want to use it, then put it away when you’re done. You will find the difference staggering, especially outside of the kitchen, in the other parts of your home.

Put a Rubber or Silicone Mat Underneath The Blender

A good part of the noise that a blender makes does not, in fact, come from the motor, but from the vibrations it makes. Placing the blender on a hard surface like that of a table will, thus, create additional racket. If you put it on something softer (yet still stable) instead, you will further reduce the unpleasant sounds. The idea may sound unusual but is actually very effective.

Alternatively (and if your blender is light enough), you can lift it and hold it up while it’s working. If it doesn’t touch a surface, it can’t send vibrations through it, resulting in a quieter blending session. Unfortunately, a quieter blending session will not necessarily be a more enjoyable one, as holding up a blender for an extended time period can get quite uncomfortable.

A rubber mat is certainly not a major investment. Considering how priceless a bit of peace and quiet can be, you should probably consider it.

Wrap the Blender With Towels

Using towels to make your blender a bit quieter is rather popular, and for good reason. It’s simple, effective, and will cost you little—or nothing at all, depending on how well-supplied with towels you are.

The basic idea goes something like this:

  • Take two regular towels.
  • Wrap one around the blender’s motor unit while making sure that you can still access the controls.
  • Wrap the other towel around the blending jar.
  • Proceed as normal and blend away!

You may end up having to tweak the method a bit, but it will work on most (if not all) blenders. No matter the model you have, you will find that a couple of towels will make a big difference. If your blender is loud by default, they will render it more bearable. If you have a quiet blender, however, the towels will turn it almost completely silent.

Purchase a Sound Enclosure Box

Like many other solutions presented here, getting (or making) a sound enclosure box to quiet down a blender will probably sound silly. Once you try it out, though, you’ll regret not having given it a shot sooner. Think about it; these are meant to control something as mighty as a subwoofer or a generator. The comparatively minor noise of your typical blender will be no problem at all.

A sound enclosure box, however, is a large and unwieldy item. Given that it will have to be bigger than your blender in order to be usable, you can imagine how much of a hassle it can be to keep around, let alone use. You should think of it as a last resort; something to bring out when nothing else seems to work.

At that point, though, you may find it easier to simply buy a quieter blender instead. In fact (and as you’ve probably noticed by now), a lot of those feature their own sound enclosures.

Plan Your Blender Use In Advance

Admittedly, planning ahead so that you only use your blender when it won’t wake or disturb anyone won’t make the actual blending any quieter. What it most certainly will do, however, is render the accompanying noise pretty much irrelevant. Will the racket ruin anyone else’s day (or night) if they’re not around to hear it? Why, of course not!

Potential complications abound, though. Schedules can get tight, and you won’t always be able to plan your blender use in advance. Furthermore, you will often want your smoothie or shake to be fresh, which simply won’t happen if you blend ahead of time. Understandably, owning a quality blender with a vacuum feature will solve that problem, but not everyone has one of those.

All in all, while sticking to a pre-programmed blending schedule could be useful, it will create its own problems.

Final Thoughts On Quiet Blenders

Overall, your choice of blender should be informed by what your needs are, as well as how much you’re willing to dish out for one.

For an affordable, high-performance, fairly quiet blender, the Jamba Appliances Quiet Shield or Hamilton Beach Quiet Shield should more than suffice. For a compact, portable, low-power blender, the VAVA Smoothie Blender offers convenience and a good feature set.

If you run a café or a coffee shop and want a beast of a blender that won’t drown out conversations and music, the Blendtec Stealth 885 and the Vitamix Quiet One are at the very top of their class. For a far more affordable, at-home blender that still manages to give a top-tier performance, the Froothie Optimum Vac2 should be your go-to choice.

RELATED POSTS:

SHARE ON:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on email
Email

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top