You have probably seen the hype around the internet with people posing with their green smoothies, and even celebrities are sharing their recipes of the one-colored drink. But the question is, is green smoothie really that good for you? The answer is yes.
Drinking green smoothie has many benefits. To help you understand, it’s like getting your nutrients from fruits and vegetables in a glass. This “hack” is a great help for people who are busy (or hate eating vegetables) but still want to have a healthy lifestyle. According to the spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Joan Salge Blake, pureed vegetables can also help fill you up because their fiber is still intact.
We understand that you might have already bookmarked several green smoothie recipes right now, but you still can’t decide which model to buy. Of course, you need a blender that can finely chop the greens for you but also fits other priorities and factors that you have in mind.
Don’t stress out because we have reviewed our 7 best blenders for green smoothies. We have arranged them from the most expensive to the most affordable as well! You can also check our buyer’s guide to know the factors to consider in choosing a blender for green smoothies and what specific gadget is suitable for chopping the greens.
Without further ado, here is our review for the best blender for green smoothies in 2020.
Best Blender for Green Smoothies Comparison Table
|Vitamix Pro 750||64 oz||1,440 W|
|Vitamix-5200||64 oz||1,380 W|
|Blendtec Designer 625||90 oz||1,560 W|
|Nutribullet Pro 900||32 oz||900 W|
|Breville BBL620||50 oz||1,100 W|
|Ninja BL770||72 oz||1,500 W|
|Ninja Professional||72 oz||1,100 W|
|Nutri Ninja Auto iQ||18 oz, 24 oz, and 32 oz||1,000 W|
|Oster Pro 1200||48 oz and 24 oz||1,200 W|
|Black+Decker FusionBlade||20 oz||275 W|
|Ninja Personal Blender QB3001SS||Two 16 oz||700 W|
|Hamilton Beach||14 oz||175 W|
Best Blender for Green Smoothies Reviews
Vitamix Pro 750 – Best Premium Green Smoothie Blender
The first blender in our list is the Pro 750 from Vitamix. You might also notice that the next product after it is also from Vitamix.
From taking a glance at our comparison table, you will see that both blenders from Vitamix have the same pitcher capacity. But design-wise, the Pro 750 is shorter and wider that we think people with small kitchen spaces will appreciate more. This wide design also means that you don’t have to constantly use your tamper to push your greens towards the vortex because they do not pile up on the sides.
However, there is a downside to this pitcher design. Although it helps with the fact that you can immediately put on large chunks or even whole fruits inside, you will have a hard time preparing small batches of smoothies with the 750. Why? Because if you only make a small quantity, the blades can only have contact with the surface of these ingredients. The ingredients have too much space to jump around into, and this might not result in a “smooth” smoothie. If you prefer on-the-go batches of smoothies every day, we recommend you to check out personal blenders like the Nutri Ninja instead.
Another noticeable difference between the two blenders is that the 750 has 5 preset programs while the 5200 is only equipped with manual speed settings. These 5 programs include settings for soup, frozen desserts, grinding coffee and nuts, and batter/dough mixing. The other neat program that Vitamix included is the autoclean setting, which is useful because this blender is not dishwasher safe.
But don’t worry, if you still prefer to crush your smoothies in a more personal way, you can experiment with the 750’s 10-speed setting and pulse function. You can also flick its start/stop lever to control the blades when you’re blending immediately.
No More Extra Preparations
Because the 750 is more “advanced” than the 5200, expect it to cost more. However, what you will be getting is a more powerful motor, longer blades, presets, and a wider jar design if you’re not a fan of the classic tall blenders. We also need to commend the 750 who has a surprisingly tamed motor noise for this power and an efficient cooling mechanism to ensure its long lifespan.
For a higher price tag, this is the best premium smoothie blender out there. If you want something that might match its caliber, you can check out our next review with its more affordable cousin: the 5200.
Vitamix 5200 Blender – Editor’s Choice
Coming in hot on our list is the Vitamix 5200 blender. This blender is our top pick because of its durability and strength capacity similar to the more expensive Pro 750. Read on to find out more.
Eastman Tritan Container
We mentioned durability and let us discuss first its BPA-free container. The Vitamix 5200 has an Eastman Tritan copolyester container. This material makes the 64-ounce container durable and at the same time dampens the sound produced during blending. The container sits on a rubber pad that acts as a cushion and reduces vibration to avoid movement during usage. It also has an ergonomic soft grip handle for easier pouring of contents.
Add Ingredients While Blending
The container also has Vitamix’s patented easy-off 2-part vented lid. This design means that you can easily remove the lid plug by twisting it off when adding ingredients while blending to avoid spillage. This option is particularly useful with green smoothies especially if you forgot certain ingredients or if you want to control the consistency of each component.
The Vitamix 5200’s 2-peak horsepower motor is capable of spinning the blades at 37,000 rpm. The blades of the blender itself are aircraft-grade, hardened stainless 3-inch steel blades perfect for chopping up green leafy vegetables, frozen fruits, and ice.
Efficient Cooling System
The model also has efficient cooling even at high-speed thanks to its radial cooling fan partnered with Vitamix’s thermal protection system. Efficient cooling is an excellent feature to consider because it prevents the motor from burning out or overloading elongating the blender’s lifespan. This prevention is important especially if you’re going to use the machine for your everyday green smoothie.
Unlike our first blender, the Vitamix 5200 has 2 manual switches (speed and on/off) and a speed dial in the middle (up to 10.) It does not have a touchpad nor pre-programmed cycles. However, the switches of this model are made from “soft-touch” rubber for improved durability and ease of usage. You can rotate the speed control dial at any point during blending making it easier to customize your smoothie consistency.
This blender has a 7-year warranty, and it can also clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds by adding a drop of dish soap and warm water to the container. The device is our top choice because it is built to handle everyday blending of fiber-rich ingredients of various textures.
Blendtec Designer 625 Blender – Best Classy yet Powerful Blender
Our next device is the Designer 625 from Blendtec. If you’re looking for a powerful yet aesthetically pleasing blender, you might want to consider this model. This machine offers four pre-programmed cycles specifically for a smoothie, ice cream, whole juice, and hot soup. However, you can get a more personalized blend by using your finger and sliding it either to the left or to the right to control the motor speed (6 is the highest.) You can also select the pulse control to add a burst of power at any speed.
Classy Design, Good Control
We appreciate the mentioned speed settings and pulse control because these are particularly useful with blending fibrous-rich greens. You can avoid getting a weirdly chunky mix because you can select how fast you’re blending and in what timing would you need a burst of power.
The Blendtec Designer 625 also features an LCD display that shows how much time is remaining in your selected blending cycle to achieve your desired consistency. The control panel of this blender is also a touch interface meaning it has no buttons. This particular feature gives the machine a beautiful, classy look and is also easier to wipe clean because of the lack of crevices. This touch interface also aids in reducing the motor noise from internal baffling.
If you’re planning on making a large batch of a green smoothie, the 90-ounce jar of this Blendtec blender with a 36-ounce blending capacity (wet or dry) is also a feature to consider. Not only that this jar’s volume can serve four to six people their smoothies, but this is also BPA-free and dishwasher-safe. The clear and readable jar markings are also helpful for sticking to measurements in green smoothie recipes.
The jar of this blender is called the WildSide+ jar; it is patented to Blendtec and has a fifth side. This unique design makes blending faster and of course, adds to the volume. This design also pulls your ingredients down to the blade, so the blending is even without the need for using a tamper. The flat sides of the jar can also help in scooping out the contents. However, the lack of tamper and a spout for pouring in the jar can become issues for some people.
Another feature we have to commend in this blender is Blendtec’s 80% thicker patented 2-prong blade. It is a stainless-steel cold forged blade (with wings) meaning it is stronger and will give you a smoother consistency during blending. The blade also spins at 29,000 rpm, and it is dull, so you don’t have to worry about accidental cuts in cleaning. Because it isn’t sharp, the longevity of the blade’s quality will not wear down over time.
All of the features we’ve mentioned so far are good to consider especially if you want a finely blended green smoothie for easier digestion and absorption. TheKitchn.com has also tested this model against frozen fruits, vegetables, and nuts and it did well. Knowing that these are some ingredients commonly used in green smoothies will make you not question its 3 HP motor. Note that with this power, this blender can move around the counter, so you have to give it a close watch.
The Blendtec Designer 625 also has an amazing 8-year long warranty and stands at 15.5 inches, so you don’t have to worry about keeping it in cabinets or storage.
Nutribullet Pro 900 – Best Personal Blender for Green Smoothie On-the-Go
So far, we haven’t focused on a green smoothie blender for single servings, and that is where this next unit comes into our review. This gadget is suitable for those who take their green smoothie on-the-go.
The Nutribullet Pro 900 features a 1-high torque power base partnered with a stainless-steel emulsifying blade to create the NutriBullet Pro-exclusive “cyclonic action.” This action results in an easy breakdown of seeds, whole fruit, and wheatgrass. The capacity of the NutriBullet Pro makes this model our choice for the best personal blender because it can give you a smooth consistency in your blend even with tough ingredients.
To use the Nutribullet Pro 900, you just fill it with ingredients (make sure it doesn’t go over the max fill line), screw the blade onto the cup and click them into the base. You can begin blending by pressing the cup down. You can also “pulse” by pressing and releasing the cup. It’s a simple process but prone to user error that can lead to spills and leaks.
We mentioned that this product is useful for people who want their green smoothie on-the-go and it helps that this product comes with a flip-top to-go lid that fits into any Nutribullet Pro cup for mess-free travel with your smoothie. You will also get a 32-oz colossal cup with one lip ring and a 24-oz tall cup with one handled lip ring for comfortable drinking. After blending, twist the cup in the opposite direction and lift it from the blender base. Add the lid and then it’s set for travel.
Cleaning is also easy because you can rinse the blade soap and water and the cups are dishwasher safe.
Breville BBL620 – Best Auto-Cleaning Blender for Green Smoothies
Our next blender might sound like a successful movie franchise, but the question is, does it comes close to success when it comes to blending your greens?
Physically, it looks like your standard blender; a pitcher with a pouring spout and a 1,100-watt base. You can take off the lid of the pitcher by pulling on its very prominent ring at the top. Moving to the control panel, you will see three presets consisting of green smoothie, auto pulse/ ice crush, and smoothie.
We find the green smoothie function successful with veggies like kale and celery, but with a minor drawback of leftover peels from fruits. The green smoothie function will last for 60 seconds, no matter what greens you put, which can be a problem if you’re putting in other ingredients that take a longer time to blend. But don’t worry, you can customize the speed of each preset functions with 1 (lowest) labeled as mix and 5 (highest) labeled as liquify anytime during blending.
Auto-Shut Off and Auto-Clean Feature
There is also a digital timer at the right side of the control panel that counts down the remaining time of your chosen function. The good news is the blender will automatically shut off once it has finished counting down. Auto-shut is a neat feature to prevent over abusing the motor. Speaking of preventing abuse, the BBL620 uses an overload protector system to avoid overheating.
What’s unique with the BBL620 is that it is dishwasher safe, but at the same time, you can also take advantage of its autoclean function. Just fill it with some water and soap, then press the auto-clean button. We can praise the autoclean function of the BBL620 and call it the best among all of the units in this review.
With the blender being able to clean itself, it works as an advantage for users. The reason for this is because its 6-prong blade, although made with surgical-grade stainless steel, is not removable. You can lessen human error from detaching and reattaching it from the base. The part of the base where the blades are attached also happens to be made of plastic. We think that it would improve the overall durability of the blender if it is made of die-cast just like the base housing.
Ninja Mega Kitchen System BL770 – Best Blender for Pulp Lovers
The Ninja Mega Kitchen System BL770 is composed of a 1,500-watt base, a food processor bowl, four 16 oz Nutri Ninja cups, and a 72 oz pitcher. To review this BPA-free and dishwasher-friendly unit as a blender for making green smoothies, we will focus on the 72 oz total crushing pitcher.
Note: You could use the 16 oz Nutri Ninja cups with lids if this is your desired amount of smoothie. The Nutri Ninja cup is only designed to operate at one speed (single serve) compared to the three speeds of the pitcher that can also use the pulse function.
The BL770 has a powerful 2-hp motor capable of blending thick smoothies with only very few pulps from the ingredients remaining. The 72 oz pitcher is also suitable if you’re thinking of making a large batch of green smoothie. Inside this pitcher is a tower blade assembly which is perfect for blending soft fruits and vegetables.
However, the blender produces grainy texture from hard ingredients such as carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and mango. This result can be a problem for people who want a smooth texture in their drinks and primarily because most green smoothie recipes use fibrous-rich ingredients. We also notice that the skins and seeds of berries do not get completely pulverized. These results can work for people who actually preferred a bit of texture in their smoothies.
Frozen fruits and ice cubes are not a problem with this blender, but the low-quality plastic containers may develop cracks from frequent heavy loads of these ingredients so be careful with that. You can also use the pulse button to push the ingredients down towards the vortex to achieve your desired blending consistency with the ingredients.
The control panel is straightforward with the power and pulse button. There are also four presets for dough, blend, crush, and single serve.
We appreciate that the base unit outer housing has a unique lever that stabilizes the unit in the counter to prevent it from moving around during usage, especially with the 2-hp motor.
You should also be careful about cleaning this unit because the blades are very sharp. When blending, we advise that you cut up some of the ingredients because the blades are quite bulky and take some space inside the container. The blade shaft of the pitcher also has grooves, so you have to use a small brush to clean it properly. You can opt to use the dishwasher for a more straightforward cleaning process though.
Ninja Professional BL660 – Best Affordable 2-in-1 Blender
If you’re looking for a more affordable unit compared to the BL770, the Ninja Professional Countertop Blender might be the right unit for you. This unit features a 1,100-watt base, a 72-oz total crushing pitcher, and four 16-oz Nutri Ninja cups with to-go lids for on-the-go and personal serving options.
The blade construction for the 72 oz pitcher is unique and has similarities with the BL770 that we’ve reviewed. Three 2-prong stainless steel blades are interposed along a plastic pylon that goes from the top to the bottom of the blender. The single-serve Nutri Ninja cups, on the other hand, has a 6-prong blade.
Blending soft fruits isn’t a problem with this blender but remember to take the core out of apples and pears if you’re putting them in your green smoothie for a smooth consistency. Greens and vegetables are slightly textured, but you can experiment with the liquid and proportions of the vegetables added while blending to achieve your desired consistency. For green smoothies, the single-serve Ninja cups will work better and pulverizes fruits and vegetables better than the pitcher.
The unit also does not have any trouble crushing frozen fruits and ice cubes. There is no tamper, but you can use the pulse button to help with a better blending vortex. You can also chop vegetables on the pulse speed.
The drawbacks we have for this unit are that when it comes to cleaning, you have to be careful with the sharp removable blades. The pitcher also has crevasses which need extra effort with cleaning. You also cannot add ingredients to the blender while blending and it has no tamper to help with pushing the ingredients down the blades.
We also think that the rubbery plastic base can wear out over years of usage. The unit is also noisy during usage.
Overall, we prefer the quality of smoothie produced with using the ninja cup, as well as its ease of usage and cleaning compared to the pitcher.
Nutri Ninja Auto iQ BL482 – Best Blender for Quick Smoothie Cravings
3 Cup Sizes Ready-to-Go
If you appreciate the two 16-oz cups included in the Ninja Professional Countertop Blender, maybe a blender that includes 3 cups of different sizes sounds like an attractive option. The BL482 consists of an 18, 24, and 32-ounce cups with two spout lids for on-the-go blending. We think that the different cup sizes can offer you convenience and freedom with how much smoothie you’ll be going to make. Best of all, everything besides the motor is dishwasher safe!
Compared to our previous blenders, the control panel of BL482 only consists of four buttons. There are no dedicated presets for smoothies but there is the blend (45 secs) and ultra blend (60 secs) function to choose from at the right side. These two functions have dedicated time intervals that you will see being counted down by the timer in the middle. At the left side of the panel are two buttons typical to most blenders, which are the pulse and start/stop control.
This blender’s timer is similarly useful to Breville because it lets you know how long you have been pulsing or blending to avoid getting an overheated motor. But if your motor happens to reach a high temperature, the blender will automatically shut off anyway. If that happens, you will be asked to wait for a while before using it again.
Lastly, even though that the BL482 is at par at giving you good green smoothie consistency with other blenders that use on-the-go cups, this unit can be prone to a limited lifespan because of its limited one-year warranty. It is also quite a noisy model that shakes during usage.
Overall, we labeled this as the best choice for quick smoothie cravings because it gives you the flexibility to choose from 3 cup sizes. Compared to other models, you don’t have to buy different cup sizes separately.
You might be now confused whether you should choose this blender or the NutriBullet, and for us, it’s only a matter of personal preference. You can base your decision on the control panel, blade design, versatility, and portability.
Oster Pro 1200 – Best Entry-Level Smoothie Blender
Next on our review is a classic-looking blender from Oster. The Oster Pro 1200 stands out from the rest because its control buttons are taking up much of the space on its base. The control buttons are arranged in an inverted pyramid, with 3 preset functions (green/frozen smoothies, food chop/salsa, and milkshake) at the top. The Oster Pro also features a 7-speed setting that you can choose by selecting from the low, medium, or high button below the preset buttons.
If you’re looking for a unit that you can use to try the green smoothie bandwagon, but you’re too skeptical about committing in a personal blender, you can start with the Oster Pro. The smoothie function of the Oster Pro works well, but we advise you to start blending tougher ingredients like carrots and leafy greens first to pulverize them thoroughly.
On the preset functions, you will notice that the blades move in both counterclockwise and clockwise direction. We think that because it moves in two directions, it maintains a vortex so that the ingredients will not stick to the sides of the pitcher. This means less scraping for you during blending.
What if I’m only making a smoothie for myself? No worries, the Oster Pro 1200 includes a 24-oz cup with a lid as well. You can use this 24-oz cup the same way you blend with a personal blender. However, this cup is a bit wider to attach correctly on the blender base. We also found out that the lid that comes with the cup has no o-ring to serves as an extra grip. This lid design can be a problem because it can cause leaks if you accidentally tip the cup over.
The good news, however, is that during cleaning, you don’t have to do much effort. You can place all of the blender’s removable parts in the dishwasher or treat the pulse button as an autoclean function. Add a bit of soap and water, and pulse a few times.
Black+Decker FusionBlade – Best Affordable Personal Blender
Another affordable option that we have is this unit from Black+Decker that is a personal blender. This is an affordable unit for those who want to have a single serving of their green smoothie on-the-go.
The unit comes with two 20-oz jars with twist-on travel lids and a 275-watt motor base. It also has a stainless steel FusionBlade and a simple on/off button for control. The jars, lids, and blades are all dishwasher safe too. This gadget is capable of making smoothies out of soft ingredients but tougher and denser ingredients can take more time blending.
The Black+Decker FusionBlade Personal Blender has no trouble blending a recipe of mixed greens, water, frozen berries, a banana, a quarter of a lemon (unpeeled), and ice cubes. The only comment we have with the result is there are still some chunks left from the lemon peel.
Another thing we don’t like about this unit is that placing the jar on the blender base was quite tricky and could get messy if you are not being careful. However, we appreciate the 2-year warranty on this device for this price point.
Ninja Personal Blender QB3001SS – Best Countertop Personal Blender
Our last two units are also both personal blenders. But first, let us start with the personal blender from Ninja. If you want a stylish looking personal blender that doesn’t take much space on your kitchen, we recommend the QB3001SS.
Upon purchasing this device, you will get two 16-oz cups that each comes with their own lid. What’s nice about these cups are that they feel sturdy and their lids have spouts as well for easy drinking.
This blender uses a 700-watt motor base and has enough power to give you well-blended smoothies from leafy veggies like spinach and kale. You can also take advantage of its pulse function by pushing the cup down to help you pulverize tougher ingredients with stems.
For cleaning, the lids, cups, and blade are all dishwasher safe. But you have to be careful with the blades because they are sharp. We think that even though sharpness works well in producing a well-blended green smoothie, it can be a disadvantage in the future. As we have mentioned with other sharp blender blades, they can potentially dull over time and affect the quality of the smoothie consistency.
Hamilton Beach Personal Single Serve Blender – Best Single Serve Choice for Starters
The most affordable model in our review is the Hamilton Beach Personal Single Serve Blender. This unit is our choice for those starting with the green smoothie lifestyle because of its affordability, ease of usage, and value for the price.
It features a 175-watt motor base and a 14 oz blending jar that also becomes a travel cup. It also has a drinking lid with spout for easy drinking and portability. The jar and lid are dishwasher safe, and the unit itself operates simply with the on/off button.
The con we found with this unit is that it cannot pulverize ice and frozen fruits which are sometimes needed in most green smoothie recipes. You should also take the stems in green leafy vegetables first to improve the consistency of your smoothie. You could also boil tough vegetables like carrots first to soften them a bit and cut them in smaller pieces.
We appreciate not just the price, but because this blender is sleek, you can travel with eat easier. The size and wires fit nicely even if you have a small space in your kitchen. The blades are also removable for easy cleanup.
Before we talk about the factors to consider when choosing a blender for green smoothies, let us first discuss the types of blender for green smoothies. As you have realized by now, not all models are created equal; they are designed according to their specific usage, and you can use this knowledge to know the benefits and limitations each unit type can offer concerning making green smoothies.
Types of Blender for Green Smoothies
Let us start first with the smallest and lowest when it comes to power. This type of blender is usually handheld, and you can use it for beating eggs or whipping up creams. Because of their low-power motors, immersion models aren’t suitable for making green smoothies because the ingredients are rich in fiber.
The second type is another type of blender that is also not suitable for green smoothies. They have low-power motors, and these motors can’t chop up vegetables for you. However, you can create protein shakes and light sauces with this gadget.
This type of blender is probably the most common and what you have in your kitchen right now. They have low to medium power (up to 1 000 Watts), and those conventional blenders offered in the higher end (ranging from 100 to 600 dollars) are suited for making green smoothies.
From the name itself, you might have guessed that this is the most powerful in the types of blender. The higher price also leads to higher performance and quality in blending capacity that are good reasons especially if you’re looking into using this machine for commercial use.
Factors to Consider When Choosing the Best Blender for Green Smoothies
Well-chopped or well-blended greens are only achievable if you choose your blender right but at the same time keeping in mind the advantages and disadvantages of each unit. There are factors to consider when choosing your blender and here is our explanation for each one.
Greens are usually high in fiber, and your blender’s capacity to give you your preferred consistency of green smoothie is dependent on a high-powered motor. A high-powered motor controls how the blades will reach the desired speed. We suggest a minimum power output of 1000 watts.
Most green smoothie recipes call for the addition of other ingredients besides green leafy vegetables to balance the flavor and add more nutrients to the smoothie that is why the blender should be able to handle the varying textures of fruits, frozen or not so that you’d get a nice smooth texture for drinking.
However, keep in mind that higher wattage doesn’t necessarily mean a better smoothie. You should also consider the torque and pounds per square inch of resistance of the blender for it to produce a consistent blend.
As you have noticed in our product reviews, many models have various speed settings that even some of them have preset speeds which you can select depending on what you are doing (e.g., ice crushing, smoothie.) It is also unlikely for units with low-power motors to have a noticeable difference in their speed settings; this makes the difference between those with a lot of settings but no noticeable difference in performance or those with fewer speed settings, but the highest option shows a noticeably big change in speed.
You’ve heard us said that “all blenders are not created equal” before but did you know that even the blades of the blenders are varying too? Detachable blades are a good option because they can help with cleaning. You should also take note of the other parts of the unit that is dishwasher friendly.
There are three types of blades. Wet and dry blades are designed for ingredients that are wet or dry. There are also machines with combo blades which is a dry blade below a wet blade. A combo/hybrid blade would be the better choice for green smoothies for the following reasons;
- a dry blade is angled to push the contents of the mix to the bottom of the blender’s container for fine crushing
- a wet blade will further help in getting your desired green smoothie consistency by throwing the contents of the mix around the walls of the blender’s container.
These reasons are helping you to achieve an even texture of the smoothie.
The next factor is the jar. Ask yourself, what is the amount of smoothie that you are making? If you will just be making a small portion, then you’ll probably not be needing a pitcher. There are also scratch and break-resistant jars for durability which are good qualities to improve the longevity of the model.
There is no doubt that green smoothies are healthy and delicious. You get to have a wide variety of vegetables and fruits that you can work with according to your taste. But not all units are built for chopping fibrous greens especially on a daily basis.
We believe that buying a blender for green smoothies is a long-term investment and that you shouldn’t settle for something that might not last or ending up producing what you do not want. Consistent and quality green smoothies for a long-term healthy lifestyle are only achievable if you did the proper research, read reviews, weigh each pros and cons, and informed yourself what specific type could meet your desires and requirements.
Our top choice is the Vitamix 5200 blender because its blades + motor combination is suited to blend fiber-rich green leaves and varying textures of ingredients finely. The durable jar and efficient cooling system of this machine also means that the longevity of this unit is ensured along with the 7-year warranty. You can also decide for yourself which personal model fits your factors and needs if you want your green smoothie on-the-go.
We hope that this review has helped you choose the best blender for green smoothies. Do not hesitate to bookmark this article in case you’re out shopping and needed more reassurance for the unit you have in mind. Our buyer’s guide is also a helpful section so you can personalize your decision more.
All in all, we are proud of you that you are choosing a healthier lifestyle. If you have any comments, don’t be shy and leave them below!