Hamilton Beach 58149 Blender Review

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Getting healthy is becoming more and more popular with each passing day. On television we see adverts telling us to get in shape, there are now almost as many gyms as there are fast food restaurants, and no matter where you look on your morning commute you are bound to see someone jogging. However, even with all of this advice the best way to get in shape still remains the simplest, and this is by eating healthy. One of the best ways to eat healthy is to grab yourself a blender, as with one of these clever pieces of technology you can create all manner of healthy superfood smoothies and juices! That is why today we are going to take a look at the Hamilton Beach 58149 Blender to see if it is worthy of a place in your kitchen.

So tell me what features it has?

If you take a look on https://www.blenderfriend.com/ you will see that blenders come with a wide range of different features, but the Hamilton Beach has a few which are worthy of mention. The first of these is the fact that at peak power, it can work at 700 watts which is more than enough to blend even the most stubborn of fruits and veg. This blended also has a mess free spout, so you won’t have any danger of spilling the contents when you have blended them. The stainless steel blades are supported are supported by the 2 speed plus pulse technology, which results in finely blended food stuffs, and the 40 ounce glass jar will hold a lot of liquid.

Tell me a little more about the positive points

You will no doubt be delighted to hear that the glass in which you blend the fruit and vegetables is dishwasher safe, so this will save you the job of cleaning it up after you’ve used it. The Hamilton Beach’s impressive features don’t end there though, as it also has 12 different blending functions. This means that it does not matter what you are trying to blend (within reason) you will be able to do so with ease!

And the negative points too

There are a couple of points which are worth mentioning about the Hamilton Beach too that are not as good as the ones we discussed above! The first of which is that the whole blender is rather let down by the cap which is made of a low quality plastic. The second point is that the cap mechanism is also fiddly and not very easy to use. The final point is that there are no real safety mechanisms, so one the motor has been plugged in it starts. This could lead to problems in households with children or pets.

What’s the Conclusion?

As a starter blender the Hamilton Beach is very hard to beat. It does everything other blenders within its price range do, and it does extra’s on top! If you are able to overlook its albeit small flaws, then you will be very happy with your new blender. Happy healthy eating!