Do the more expensive ones really make a difference compared to the $20 blenders?
There are a couple of other question that you want to ask yourself. 1) What am I going to use it for? Drinks/Smoothies/veggies/fruit? Also, if you want to crush ice you don't want just any blender. Coz the cheep ones will damage the motor, rotter, and blades. You'll want a heavy duty one. Another route is getting a food processor that does everything. My husband uses one to puree mixed veggies to put in his cakes! Trust me, it sounds weird but he learned it from Jerry Seinfeld's wife, who was trying to get her children to eat veggies. He thaws & puree them in the cake mix instead of apple sauce. Try it. You will amaze your family/friends. They won't be able to tell, but you'll have the most moist and wonderful cake! Oh, sometimes to get something good, you have to invest some money. Take a survey on CafeMom. Ask what brand they use. Hope this helps!
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