Blenders are not considered juicers because they do not separate the juice from the fiber. Read more about that here. They do serve an excellent purpose in the kitchen to make things such as salad dressings, smoothies, sauces, soups, and the like.
We offer several commercial-grade blenders, that are much more powerful than the household blenders purchased at a local department store. The Blendtec is NSF approved, and is usually found at juicebars and other commercial establishments.
We find that while most home blenders are ok for occasional use, people on a raw/living food diet (or people that demand the most of their appliances), heavily depend on their blender, for the many recipes, and generally require more power than a $30 blender can offer. (Most "household" blenders are rated at 350 watts, the Total Blender is rated at 1500 watts, more than 4x more watts)
Still not sure which one to purchase? Take a look at our comparison chart, that gives a side by side comparison (with pictures and specifications) of the commercial-grade blenders we offer.
Commercial-Grade Blenders for the Home
Commerical-Grade DC Powered Blender
* We pay for UPS ground shipping to the continental 48 United States on the Omega B2300, B2400, B2500, B2500L, TurboBlend by Vitamix and Ktec HP3 Blender. (shipping to Hawaii and Alaska is additional)
- Our pick for the "best" product in the category. It is our recommendation to you of the best buy for your dollar.
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