Electrolux miscast its ordinary blender as a high-priced Masterpiece: Small Appliances
Small Appliances: Electrolux miscast its ordinary blender as a high-priced Masterpiece1:33 /
The Electrolux Masterpiece Blender doesn't live up to its name or its $350 price tag.
This is the 350 dollar Electro-Lux masterpiece blender with power tilt technology. The power tilt part refers to the slope of the container. Tilting an ordinary blender while it makes your smoothie can help it work ingredients towards the blade. This one does that for you to an extent. But neither the blade nor the jar actually tilt any angles while you blend, Powertilt just means it's slanted, that's it. That said, it looks nice, and the preset buttons mi it up a little bit. They aren't just a variety of speeds. That said, the smoothie preset runs a whole minute and 14 seconds, and I still consistently found remaining chunks of strawberry. The best premium models can do better in 10 to 15 pulses. Speaking of pulses the pulse button on this one here stinks the blender calls its boost but it takes a whole second or two to get it up to speed. That might not seem like a big deal but whole appeal of hoping your blending is equipped for some power and this thing doesn't do that And since you can't remove the bottom of the blades, it's a pain to scoop out thick ingredients, once you're done blending. The blender actually completed all of our tests. It even turned whole almonds into almond butter, it just took awhile and it needed a lot of help. With a $350 price tag, this blender needs to be able to blend with premium pros, like Vitamix, Blendtec, Ninja, and it can't. So, unless you find it at a discount, I recommend passing on the Electrolux Masterpiece blender. [MUSIC]