The Best Appliances
After over 40 hours of researching, baking, toasting, broiling, and carbo-loading we found the Breville BOV845BSS to be best toaster oven, with a great runner-up too.
After two weeks of brewing and drinking dozens of cups of coffee, we determined that the Keurig 2.0 K575 Series Coffee Maker is the best single-cup…
We spent more than 30 hours eating toast and testing toasters to determine that Cuisinart Touch to Toast Leverless 4-Slice Toaster is the best product for consumers.
We spent 40 hours eating and cooking delicious waffles in order to find the best waffle maker: the BELLA - 13591 Classic Rotating Belgian Waffle Maker.
Testing the best electric kettles over 45 hours during the course of one month led us to pick the Hamilton Beach 1.7 liter, which has all the essential functions of many kettles two to three times its price.
After blending seven blenders in several different tests to measure motor power and overall usability, the NutrilBullet Pro 900 Series was our pick for the best overall personal blender.
We tested eight units for over 150+ hours across four summers in order to make our top pick.
In the battle of powerhouse blenders, the Nutribullet comes in first, especially as a personal blender choice. If you want to get a little more versatile, the Vitamix has its perks, but isn't quite worth the price.
The Vitamix S30 is a great personal blender -- its just not worth the $250+ you'll pay for it if you're using it for those reasons. If you want a real, more versatile blender, upgrade in size.
The NutriBullet comes with a ton of hype, but for the most part, it delivers. It took first in our test of the best personal blenders.