If you are wondering how KitchenAid blenders compare to other brands, our guide below collates all the key info in a single place. We've compared over 1,500 blenders by objectively and impartially analysing over 30,000 user and expert reviews and 50+ awards from hundreds of different review sites.
KitchenAid are recognised for their wide selection of mid-range and popular blenders. Their blenders start at $24 for the KHM512 which has a power of §W, a bowl capacity of §L and is an immersion blender and go up to $596 for the 5KSB6060 which has a power of 1,800W, a bowl capacity of 2.6L and is a tabletop blender. The average price of a new KitchenAid blender is $229.
KitchenAid are recognised for their wide selection of mid-range and popular blenders.
Is KitchenAid the Best Blender Brand?
So are KitchenAid blenders any good? We give every blender a Kagoo Score by analysing its specs, reviews and prices and comparing this to its competitors. By aggregating this data across all blenders we are able to impartially rank all the blender brands.
KitchenAid is ranked the No. 6 best blender brand.
Our detailed analysis taking into account all of the above factors found that KitchenAid is the 6th best blender brand out there.
Let's look at how KitchenAid blenders compare to the other blender brands across each of the key facets that make up the Kagoo Score.
All blender Brands
There's a wide selection of KitchenAid blenders available compared to other blender brands, with 10 KitchenAid blenders currently on the market in the US. KitchenAid also have better reviews than the typical blender brand, with the average rating of a KitchenAid blender being 84%.
The average review score for a KitchenAid blender is 84%.
KitchenAid have a number of great features including ThermoSafe and soup function which sets them apart from the competition.
However KitchenAid blenders tend to be more expensive than most other blender brands making them a less popular choice with consumers. When it comes to energy efficiency the average annual running cost of KitchenAid blender is $28 (based on a person typically using a blender for 1 hour per week), which makes them less efficient than most other blender brands.
No. Of Blenders
Average Price $119
Price Distribution of All Blenders
No. Of Blenders
Average Price $229
Price Distribution of KitchenAid Blenders
What Do the KitchenAid Blender Reviews Say?
We've added up all the reviews for every KitchenAid blender to work out the average distribution of reviews for KitchenAid and then compared this to the other blender brands.
KitchenAid has a higher proportion of 4 and 5 star user reviews for its blenders than most other brands. However the proportion of 4 and 5 star expert reviews are actually lower.
Over 79% of expert reviews and 90% of user reviews for KitchenAid blenders are 4 stars or higher. This compares to 84% and 86% respectively across all Blender brands.
Purchasers of KitchenAid blenders frequently mentioned that the product was easy to use, and they have won a total of 2 awards.
In the table below we compare the average review score given to KitchenAid blenders by some of the most popular technology review sites against their reviews for other blender brands. The best review score from each review source is highlighted in green.
How Many Industry Awards Have KitchenAid Blenders Received?
After checking thousands of expert review websites we found 2 industry awards for KitchenAid blenders. The table below compares the number of awards received by KitchenAid to other popular blender brands. The largest number of awards provided by each review source is highlighted in green.
We checked over 30,000 reviews to find comments about the reliability of KitchenAid blenders. over 110 of these reviews mention reliability of which 93% were positive. Therefore the vast majority of KitchenAid blender owners and reviewers thought the product was reliable.
93% of reviewers think KitchenAid blenders are reliable.
So, most people think that KitchenAid blenders are good quality. Now let's take a look at some of the reviews for KitchenAid blenders that mention reliability:
you'll know where your money has been spent - this is one of the best built
It's typically very well made as tounwould expect from a Kitchen Aid product
unfortunately) broke down
I will never go back to a blender that has to be taken apart to clean (and I seem to not get them put together tightly enough so they leak a bit
My better half bought this for me as mine cheaper one broke
Features to Look Out For On KitchenAid Blenders
There's a number of great features to look out for on the latest range of KitchenAid blenders that set them apart from the competition. These include ThermoSafe and soup function.
Thermosafe means the glass walls of the blender don't transfer heat, allowing you to handle hot soups and mixtures without fear of hurting yourself.
A great mid range choice, priced at $109.99 is the KitchenAid KSB1575, which has a Kagoo Score of 81.
Features We Love:
Big bowl capacity (1.7L)
Five speed levels
Ice crushing function
A fully featured and critically acclaimed 1.7L bowl capacity, 550W blender, with a reasonable price. Purchasers report that this blender is very great for making smoothies and easy to use, and great for crushing ice.
Value for Money
Purchasers report that KitchenAid KSB1575 has great expert reviews and exceptional user reviews with 94% of buyers recommending this blender to others.
The cheapest price that we could find for the KSB1575 in the US is $109.99 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.