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Invest in or upgrade your kitchen blender with this incredible range of Black Friday blender deals and discounts. A blender truly is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in your kitchen.
Whether you’re looking for a standard everyday blender with all the functions from Argos, Amazon, or John Lewis, or wanting to upgrade your current blender with one of the latest Black Friday Nutribullet deals, we have plenty to choose from this year.
And just like Black Friday KitchenAid deals, you can save yourself a large sum of money on a variety of different products when buying in the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Highlights for this year so far include Ninja 3-in-1 Food Processor with Auto-IQ BN800UK saving a massive £70 and last year’s back-by-popular-demand, Panasonic 1.8L High-Speed Blender with Ice Pack Attachment deal, saving you a staggering £90.
“A kitchen blender is a gadget you’ll use whatever the season. From warming autumnal soups to fresh fruit smoothies, a blender can even make light-work of homemade pasta or curry sauces,’ says Goodto’s Food Writer Jessica Ransom. “It’s a great kitchen gadget to have in your home.”
When will the Black Friday blender deals start in 2021?
Last year we saw blender deals and discounts starting to emerge in early November and it looks like the deals have begun at the same time for 2021 too. It doesn’t just seem to be one retailer either, a vast majority of sellers have already started dropping prices including the likes of Amazon, Robert Dyas, and Curry’s.
Black Friday is on the 26th of November and has been predicted to be bigger than ever this year with some of the best deals falling on Friday and Cyber Monday – 29th November. We believe that it won’t just be the Black Friday weekend for deals either. As Black Friday was so successful last year, we anticipate that the deals will be extended into the first week of December.
Here are the best blender deals for Black Friday so far…
Best Black Friday blender deals 2021
Our pick of the best Black Friday blender deals with the biggest savings that you can shop online right now…
Kenwood Multi-Pro Excel Food Processor – £439.99 £406.99 (SAVE £33) | Amazon
This 1.6 litre thermo-resist glass blender comes with a 4 litre bowl, 6 different attachments, 7 slicing, and grating plates, and a built-in weighing scale to make cooking as quick and easy as possible.
NutriBullet NBLP9 900W Blender, 900W – £89.99 £74.99 (SAVE £15) | Amazon
This NutriBullet 900W blender takes the original blender to a whole new level. It includes two cup sizes and a stay-fresh lid, ideal for on the go. It’s 50% more powerful than previous models making it extra speedy when blending.
Panasonic 1.8L High Speed Blender with Ice Pack Attachment – £299.99 £209.99 (SAVE £90) | Robert Dyas
Save an incredible £90 on this Panasonic blender in the Black Friday sale. This high-speed blender transforms fresh and healthy ingredients into nutritious food and tasty smoothies with its 6 pre-programmed settings.
Ninja 3-in-1 Food Processor with Auto-IQ BN800UK – £199.99 £129.99 (SAVE £70) – Argos
Create anything from dips to drinks, doughs to desserts with this 3-in-1 food processor, multi-serve blender, and personal blender.
Crux 1200W High Powered Blender and Soup Maker – £139.99 £69.99 (SAVE £70) | Robert Dyas
This high-powered blender comes with a 1200W motor, large blender jug, and smaller 600ml jug for smaller portions. You can create soup in just 7 minutes and then when you’re done, use the one-touch clean function to wash your blender quickly and easily.
Cuisinart Style Collection Expert Prep Pro: £250 £219 (SAVE £31) | Amazon
This stylish number by trusted brand Cuisinart comes in silvery grey and can do pretty much everything – bend, chop, mince, dice, grate, slice, spiralize, mix and knead. It also features two sealed bowls to process different ingredients at once with less cleaning.
NutriBullet Nutrient Extractor High-Speed Blender, 600W – £59.99 £44.99 (SAVE 15) | Amazon
If you’re looking for a classic blender, this high-speed option from Nutribullet is a perfect choice. It makes everything from smoothies to soup and can even grind down fruit, nuts, and seeds with its high power base and sharp extractor blade.
Ninja 2-in-1 Blender with Auto-iQ: £149.99 £129 (SAVE £20.99) | Amazon
One of the best blender brands in the UK, this Ninja model comes with both a 2.1 Litre Jug and 0.7 Litre Cup for portable smoothies. With powerful, interchangeable, stainless-steel blades, all the parts are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning.
Ninja Blender with Auto-IQ [BN495UK] 1000W – £99.99 £79.00 (SAVE £20.99) | Amazon
Super smooth results with this durable and powerful 1000W base and stainless-steel Pro Extractor blade. The blender comes with accessories; cups with lids and a recipe guide.
Callisto 600W 4 Speed Blender with Coffee Grinder – £79.99 £44.99 (SAVE 35) Robert Dyas
Stainless steel cross blade, non-slip feet, chrome dial with LED, glass jar, and stainless steel base. Not forgetting 4-speed setting and pulse function. An impressive model.
We’ve rounded up the best blender deals for Black Friday, so make sure to favourite this page and check back in then to browse the best offers, deals, and discounts.
Where can you find the best Black Friday deals in 2021?
Blender brands like Vitamix, NutriBullet, Ninja, and more are all predicted to be discounted in the Black Friday sale this year. You can find them on all major retail sites but we find that for ease and speedy delivery, you’re best going with Amazon for Vitamix, NutriBullet, Ninja appliances, along with Argos for click-and-collect, or John Lewis for reliability and quickness.
Which is the best blender to buy in the UK on Black Friday?
Vitamix and Nutribullet are two of the most well-known brands not just in the UK but worldwide. These blenders have a great reputation for a reason. They are all top of their class when it comes to power, speed, and top-spec features.
Vitamix blender deals
Blenders of this quality aren’t cheap. Most Vitamix blenders cost upwards of £300. The popular Vitamix® E310 Explorian Blender retails for £340. Whereas the top of the range Vitamix A3500i Ascent Series Blender is a whopping £1,075.
The great thing about Vitamix blenders is they all come with at least a 5-year guarantee attached. More expensive models at the top of the range are usually sold with a 10-year guarantee included – as these are kitchen products built to really last.
Blendtec blender deals
Similar to Vitamix is the brand Blendtec. These blenders, much like Vitamix, are known for their long shelf life and being able to blend just about anything. So you get power and durability for the price you pay.
The best-selling Blendtec Classic 575 High Speed Blender is currently sold on Amazon for £399. With a 2.2l jug and enough power to blend anything without having to chop it first this product is both powerful and efficient. Keep an eye out for Amazon’s Black Friday deals on this one.
KitchenAid blender deals
KitchenAid and Smeg also make some of the best blenders on sale in the UK. The KitchenAid Artisan K400 blender (£279.99 from John Lewis) has been described as “the mother of all blenders” and is loved by users for both its sleek look and design as well as its ability to blend almost anything you want.
KitchenAid products also come with either a 3 or 5-year guarantee. This means you can purchase the product safely in the knowledge that it’s meant to be built to last.
Smeg blender deals
Smeg is another brand known for its style as well as its substance. The Smeg BLF01 50s Retro Style blender is one of the best mid-range food processors on the market and can be bought from John Lewis for £160.
What is the best affordable blender for 2021?
Finding an affordable blender depends on whether you want a food processor that can “do it all” or a slightly simpler design. Ninja blenders might not have the same power as a Vitamix, but they will still efficiently blend the ingredients you need for a smoothie or shake without issue. Plus, they are one of the more affordable blenders on the market with prices starting around £49.99.
One of the best Ninja Blenders is the Ninja HB150UK. You can buy the Ninja HB150UK blender and soup maker from Amazon for £149. However, keep an eye out for those Black Friday deals that could mean you can get even cheaper.
The likes of Beko and Tefal both sell good blenders for about £30 or £40. These models may not have the same high-tech features or blending power as the most expensive models but you can still make a variety of recipes with them. Think everything from homemade nut butter to shakes and sauces.
The Tefal BL82AD40 PerfectMix+ Tritan blender is a great model and can be bought from Argos normally for around £105.99. As Argos is known for offering great Black Friday deals, you can bet that this model will probably be cheaper during their sale.
Which is the best hand blender for 2021?
Bosch is a good choice insofar as it offers hand blenders at different price points. You can splurge and spend £44.99 on the Bosch ErgoMixx MS6CA4150G Hand Blender at Argos – down from £69.99, it’s a saving of £25 – or opt for the cheaper but still well-rated Bosch MSM6B150GB Hand Blender at John Lewis, which costs just £20.
Brands known for producing highly-rated hand blenders include Bosch, Braun, Dualit, Kenwood, KitchenAid, and Russell Hobbs, although there are also some less-well-known brands on Amazon with excellent reviews. However, the crème de la crème is arguably Bamix, which is Swiss-engineered. Bamix is the top end so expect to pay up to £199 for the Bamix SwissLine Hand Blender at John Lewis.
Is it worth buying a hand blender?
If you’re short of space, a hand blender can be the perfect option. While they’re more limited in what they offer, they’re still a really handy kitchen appliance to own.
Hand blenders beat, blend, chop, emulsify and purée ingredients. Perfect for sauces, soups, smoothies, juices, baby food and dressings. Because they’re small and portable, they’re great if you don’t have much kitchen storage. The downsides are that hand blenders are not as sturdy and are less versatile than blenders. And they’re more suited to smaller quantities so if you have a big family or batch-cook they may not support your needs.