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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Tribest Mason Jar Personal Blender Review!

There are few items I fall in love with at first try. The Tribest Mason Jar Personal Blender is one of those products. I had no idea how much I needed this until I used it. Here is a little info:
The Personal Blender comes in a Mason Jar Version that is compatible with most* regular-mouth mason jars allowing you to blend multiple drinks in separate containers without having to stop and clean a bulky blending jar for each recipe. 
The Personal Blender does everything a bigger blender can do, only faster and without the added mess and cleanup. The high-powered, 200-watt motor easily blends ice and frozen fruits and is perfect for making sauces, salsa, sorbets, soups, and baby food in under a minute! And with the stainless steel grinding blade that grinding dry ingredients such as coffee beans, nuts, grains, herbs, and even feisty flax seeds is a snap.
I have a blender already. It is pretty old and I rarely use it. I also have a small smoothies blender but use that even less. They both sit in my pantry collecting dust. The reason I do not use them all that often is that they are a pain to use and clean. The regular blender is clunky and big. It is hard to clean the blades when used. The smoothie blender has very little power and is messy.

My new Tribest Personal Blender is the perfect size and does so much more than any of my other blenders. What I love about it is the size is perfect for my smaller kitchen. It also allows you to blend in the mason jar or other container and then use the container. You can also blend and then store.

Here is what you get when you purchase the Tribest Personal Blender. It includes the blender and different containers including Mason Jars. 

It is easy to use. All you do is grab the blade attachment and attach it to one of the containers. 

The blades come with different attachments to fit on the regular container or the Mason Jars. 

I used one of the Mason Jars to make a smoothie. 

Attach the blade to the bottom of the container. 

Turn it over and blend. 

When it's done blending, turn it over again. There is no mess because the blade attachment stays on the jar and not the blender. 

Take the attachment off and enjoy. 

Add the lid and save for another day. 

The blender was great for making pesto. Plus, once I finished, I stored it right in the fridge for another day.

It also comes with a to-go attachment. 

I loved this blender. It is convenient, easy to use and perfect for my household. You can find the Tribest Mason Jar Personal Blender at mass retailers. You can also follow Tribest on Facebook


  1. This is a very nice blender to make smoothies in. I like how easy it is to use, and I like that it uses Mason Jars with handles and I can drink right out of the cup instead of getting another cup dirty.

  2. This is a very clever device. I like that you can store in the same container, and use the cover. Thanks for sharing this.
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  3. I think this mason jar blender is pretty cool. I love that you can blend it in the jar and then cap it for later use. Love the handle jar too!

  4. I think this blender is a great idea, I would love to have it to make my smoothies in. It would be so much easier than washing my regular blender every day.

  5. My girls are making some healthy smoothies their Aunt just told them about and this would be perfect for them. They are getting into trying many smoothies but the blender we have needs some help.

  6. My regular blender works exactly like this with mason jars. I use it all the time and am so glad we figured it out - it's saved me lots of time and stress.

  7. I like the mason jars. A glass and container in one.