How to choose mini blenders
• What mini blenders have in common is that they’re smaller than a standard-size blender, but they still come in a range of different sizes and capacities. Choose one that’s large enough to handle your most frequent kitchen tasks.
• You should also look at the wattage to choose one that will last with heavy use. A higher wattage tends to equal a stronger motor and greater durability.
• Some models will include separate attachments like graters, or can also be used as stick blenders. Compare these attachments to find an option that works best for you.