The Best Hand Blenders 2019

Are you looking to buy a hand blender in the UK?

We've combined the owner rating scores from Amazon UK, Argos and John Lewis to calculate a Top 5 of the highest scoring products for you to consider.

We ranked the rating scores of around 65 different models.

This report will show you five established, reliable hand blenders, performing as owners expect. These unbiased recommendations are based on owner rating scores, which are also shared with you.

The Best Hand Blenders 2019

Our ratings-driven view of the market often highlights unexpected models for sale. It can also steer you away from a 'bestseller' - if owner ratings suggest poor performance.

Ratings in this report start at 4.6 stars

Prices range from £10 to £70

How does it work?

We begin by building a list of hand blenders with more than 50 ratings at Amazon UK, Argos and John Lewis. This jumps straight to the established products, and the rating scores reveal how they've actually performed, according to numerous owners.

We then remove the hand blenders with less than 4 stars. We now have a list of the higher rated models, with a credible amount of opinion. We use the same criteria for all our consumer reports: each product must have over 50 reviews and more than 4 stars.

After sorting the list by ratings, we compile the following Top 5.

The Best Hand Blenders 2019

Make & Model Total RatingsAverage Rating£ GuideQuick view
Masha Immersion Hand Blender8384.8££Amazon
Tefal Optichef Hand Blender594.8£££Amazon
Cookworks Hand Blender2034.7£Argos
Cookworks Stainless Steel1504.7£Argos
Braun MultiQuick 5 Hand Blender1864.6£££Amazon

Total Ratings = Combined ratings from Amazon UK, Argos and John Lewis on January 14th 2019. Report only considers products with more than 50 verified reviews with rating over 4 stars. View all rating scores here.

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Below are links out to UK stores selling these top rated hand blenders. There you can learn more about product features, and find today's best prices.

Feature & Review Highlights

Masha Immersion Hand Blender

  • 3-in-1 Set
  • Aerator Attachment
  • Makes Perfect Mash
  • 65 Watts
  • “It is everything is says on the box! No effort required to mash, especially potatoes, and I am now going to puree my home made soups with it next! ”
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Tefal Optichef Hand Blender

  • 20 Variable Speeds
  • 2 Attachments
  • Dishwasher Safe Parts
  • 800 Watts
  • “This is a very compact blender which quickly blends most products to a required consistently. The accessories are also very useful.”
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Cookworks Hand Blender

  • Double Action Blade
  • Pulse Function
  • Turbo Button
  • 200 Watts
  • “Really good blender and great value for money, is very easy to clean due to detachable head. Would recommend to anyone for blending soups and sauces whilst still in the pan, very easy to use.”
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Cookworks Stainless Steel

  • 3-In-1 Blender
  • Turbo Button
  • 3 Speed Settings
  • 600 Watts
  • “Excellent value for money! I used it to make frappes, chutneys, ginger-garlic paste, tomato puree, and more. Does everything very well. Easy to adjust speeds. Powerful enough motor at 600W, while this kind of machines are about 400-450W usually.”
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Braun MultiQuick 5 Hand Blender

  • One Hand Speed Adjust
  • 21 Speeds Available
  • EasyClick Accessory System
  • 750 Watts
  • “Very happy with it, after one year of usage. Noteworthy that this blender is more *quiet* than other brands. The analogue variable speed dial is the main feature that makes it stand out.”
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Well Rated Finds The Best UK Products
Hand Blenders Buyers Guide

These are the main factors affecting owner satisfaction.

Look For:

  • Lightweight
  • Easy Click Tools
  • Easy To Clean

Watch For:

  • Weak Power
  • Motors Fail

Our Notes on this Market

2017

This is our second update of 2017; our third year of researching hand blenders in the UK.

We’ve had another thorough look at product ratings in this market, and two of the most recent Top 5 hand blenders are replaced; it appears that an Andrew James hand blender was discontinued and replaced with a more powerful model. The Cookworks model lost out on overall rating scores.

For this ratings roundup, we once again stuck to hand blenders, stick blenders and immersion blenders; anything handheld, rather than counter-based.

The Top 5 contains some versatile products, with many attachments, tools and choppers. They might even replace other cookware in your kitchen.

Powerful, reliable motors, and easy-to-clean design appear to be the biggest requirements among owners; quiet, lightweight and easy click tools are also features that prompted positive comments.

It remains an easy sector for the consumer to navigate. We judge this on the product naming conventions and the amount of products to choose from. It is a market that continues to innovate, with more powerful machines being introduced and interesting tools being added.

2017 – Spring

In this update, we see a shift in the order of the Top 5 blenders, but no new product change since 2016.

We found around 30 hand blenders on sale at Argos, 15 at John Lewis and 44 at Tesco. There was more choice at Amazon but their listings make is hard to be exact about how many hand blenders are stocked. We estimate around 60.

The main manufacturers of hand blenders for sale in the UK are Kenwood, Braun, Tefal and Breville.

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