One thing that’s always bothered me about our current hand blender, is the cord. Every time I want to mix a smoothie or make a soup, the cord has somehow tangled itself in all kinds of ways, while sitting in the drawer.
For a kitchen gadget that’s supposed to be easy and quick to use, this is definitely a big caveat, but fortunately there’s a solution to that.
Cordless hand blenders are now a thing. Gone are the days where you were left with tangled cords and a restricted work area, instead you’ll get ultimate freedom and the ability to mix, whip, and chop anything, anywhere.
We’ve taken a closer look at the newest and best cordless hand blenders available on the market right now. Are they all as good and practical as we think they are? Let’s find out.
Advanced, versatile hand blender with 5 attachments
KitchenAid Pro Line
- Comes with 8″ and 13″ blending arms
- Detachable battery and charging station included
- Whisk and chopper attachments included
KitchenAid has been a regular household brand for decades, and they never cease to impress with their products and new innovations.
The cordless Pro Line hand blender features 5 different speeds, and with the powerful 12-volt lithium-ion battery there’s plenty of power to crush, mix, and beat most ingredients you can think of.
Being among the best hand blenders on the market, this will definitely not disappoint you.
The only thing you have to think of, is the bulky dimensions. Because of the battery pack, it’s a bit longer than corded hand blenders, but for most people this isn’t a deal breaker.
What really impressed us with this cordless hand blender, is the attachment package. You don’t just get one blending arm, but two, with one being 8 inches and the other being 13 inches long. Gone are the days where you couldn’t blend the bottom part of a soup in a pot properly, with the 13-inch arm you can easily do anything.
It also comes with a chopper and a whisk, and the battery is easily recharged in the charging station.
Budget friendly cordless hand blender package
- Affordable alternative
- Electric knife and chopper attachments included
- Up to 20 minutes of run time per charge
Cuisinart is another great brand for household appliances, and this cordless hand blender didn’t disappoint despite being priced at a lower level than competitors.
The CSB-300 rechargeable hand blender has a lot on offer, and comes packed with features that you won’t find elsewhere. One example is the electric knife, that attaches like any other hand blender attachments. With the electric knife attachment your hand blender cuts through any roast or loaf of bread you can imagine, making the task a lot easier than if it was done manually.
You can also chop things nicely with the chopper attachment, and whipping a cream is no task with the whisk attachment.
Cuisinart CSB-300 comes with a powerful 7.4-Amp lithium ion battery, that grants you up to 20 minutes of run time on a single charge.
Once you’re done in the kitchen, it packs away neatly in the storage bag included.
Heavy-duty cordless hand blender with storage bag
Forget about the bells and whistles that often come with hand blenders. The Waring BOLT cordless hand blender has none of it, but in return it packs a punch with the powerful motor.
Waring is commonly known as a manufacturer of commercial-grade appliances, that’ll help chefs prep, cook, and brew, but they do have a range of products that are targeted against private consumers as well.
The BOLD hand blender comes with a 10.8-volt battery pack, that detaches the same way as batteries on any power tools, and it easily locks into the docking station and recharges to 100% in just 1.5 hours.
We like the detachable 7-inch blending shaft, because it can go in the dishwasher and therefore allows for easy cleanup once you’re done using it.
The handle is also quite nice because of the ergonomically shaped top, that allows for a firm grip when using either left or right hand. All buttons are easily reached with your index finger, and you can easily adjust the speed from 5,000 to 13,000 RPM as well.