Background and Identification
KitchenAid has played a prominent role in the kitchen appliance industry since 1919 when it came out with stand mixers. The company has since expanded to manufacture a range of kitchen devices from mixers to blenders to food processors.
KitchenAid Blenders are a handy kitchen appliance that allow users to make a variety of culinary creations from smoothies to sauces. There are numerous KitchenAid blenders on the market that offer various features at different price points. For instance, the K150 3 Speed Ice Crushing Blender sells for under $100 and offers basic blade-whirling technology. Alternatively, the NSF® Certified Commercial Enclosure Blender sells for $899 and is optimized for professional culinary purposes.
There is a range of different types of KitchenAid blenders. They all have a clear housing with a spinning blade that connects to a motor. KitchenAid blenders also have a handle, lid, and control panel. They come in a variety of colors and sizes.
Current KitchenAid Blenders (2020)
(For KitchenAid mixers, see KitchenAid Mixer)
- K150 3 Speed Ice Crushing Blender
- K400 Variable Speed Blender
- K400 Variable Speed Blender with Tamper
- High Performance Series Blender
- 5-Speed Diamond Blender
- 5-Speed Classic Blender
- Pro Line® Series Blender
- NSF® Certified Commercial Enclosure Blender
- NSF Certified® Commercial Culinary Blender with 3.5 peak HP Motor
- NSF Certified® Commercial Beverage Blender with 3.5 peak HP Motor
- K400 Variable Speed Blender in Kyoto Glow