Blenders or Soup Makers in Switzerland

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Blenders or Soup Makers in Switzerland

The OsterPro 1200, the Hamilton Beach Power Elite, the Rommelsbacher MX 1250, the Philips HR3556/00, and the Krups KB4351 Blendforce+ Blender were among the best-rated glass blenders that are available in Switzerland. A brief overview of each product is described below.

Blender Manufacturing Insights

  • Many manufacturers have transitioned to using high strength plastic containers "because they are shatterproof and tested to withstand the high speeds of modern blenders. Most blender companies use a BPA-free high-impact plastic called Eastman Tritan."
  • Glass blenders do not contain BPA compounds which are found in some plastic products. Options for glass blenders are also more limited.

Glass Blenders in Switzerland

1. Oster Pro 1200 Blender

  • The Oster Pro 1200 has 1200 watts of power and has 7 speeds including 3 pre-programmed Smart Settings.
  • It has Dual Direction Blade Technology that can blend in forward and reverse motion.
  • It comes with a 6-cup silicate glass jar, that is temperature and stress-resistant. It is also dishwasher safe and easy to clean and also includes a 24 oz. smoothie cup.
  • In terms of performance, the Oster Pro 1200 tested "very good" overall based on Consumer Reports.
  • The Oster Pro 1200 is a bestseller on Amazon and is also among the top glass jar blenders based on several sources.
  • It provides a "3-year warranty for blender parts and a 10-year warranty for the motor and metal drive shaft."
  • It is available for sale in Switzerland and can be bought from Ubuy.

2. Hamilton Beach Power Elite 58148A

3. Rommelsbacher MX 1250 Blender

  • The Rommelsbacher MX 1250 has a 1200 watt high performance motor.

4. Philips HR3556/00 blender

  • The Philips HR3556/00 has a 900W motor and comes in multiple speeds that can blend or puree soft and hard ingredients.
  • It has a glass jar and a stainless steel body.
  • The blender comes in a 2-liter glass container jar and has a working volume of 1.5 liters.
  • The detachable parts of the Philips blender are dishwasher safe.
  • It also comes with a 2-year worldwide warranty.
  • It was also ranked among the top 10 best blenders to buy in Switzerland.

5. Krups KB4351 Blendforce+ Blender

  • The Krups KB4351 is an 800 W blender that comes with a 1.75 L heat-resistant glass container.
  • Its 6 stainless steel blades are made with Powelix blade technology.
  • The blender has 2 speeds and an ice crush function.
  • It can be used to make smoothies, soups, sauces, and other food preparations.
  • It was also ranked among the top 10 best blenders to buy in Switzerland.

Research Strategy

We reviewed various consumer reports and media articles on the best glass blenders. We focused on glass blenders as they were the main alternative to plastic blenders. Options for glass blenders appeared limited due to many manufacturers transitioning to using high strength plastic containers. However, we were able to identify some of the best glass blenders based on ranked lists and which were supported by multiple sources. We narrowed the identified lists down to blenders that were made from glass and that appeared to be dominantly plastic-free and could be found in Switzerland. We also tried identifying soup makers, but the ones that we came across either had plastic or did not appear to be available in Switzerland. We also tried verifying if the parts of the identified products, such as the lids (which may potentially come into contact with food) were made of plastic, however, information on this did not appear available. To verify this, we reviewed all the product makers' websites to find more details on their product specifications. We also checked user manuals, product brochures or catalogs, seller websites, and third-party product reviews, however, descriptions of materials used typically described the body and the base of the blenders and details on the materials they use on lids or other parts did not appear publicly available. However, some sources noted that blender lids are usually made of rubber and the cap is generally plastic or glass.

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