Many time, what we the seller wants to do is to quickly sell to you (our customer) and move on. We don’t care to know if you know how to use the product or not. This indeed is very bad and should not be so; as a lot of customers are stranded when it comes to how to operate this machines especially blender.
This single act have now made a lot of customers afraid in making decisions whether to buy a blender or not or even confused on the type of blender to purchase.
Don’t worry, all your doubt’s whether good blenders still exists will be answered here. We will hold your hand and show you exactly how to choose you next blender.
Ask your supplier to honestly tell you the things the blender can do. Don’t go asking questions like how many watts or what country it is made.
Believe you me, I know why I’m saying this. The seller or supplier always wants to sell, and will tell you exactly what you want to hear.
If you are concerned about wattage, do you know that there are some so call 5000 watts blenders in the market or even more that cannot blend even a common tomato?
Let me also shock you that you can also have a made in Germany that is not even strong? All these can be added there. Shebi na wetin you want see. No wahala. You go buy problem go keep for kitchen talk say na blender. A business man can easily tell his producer to insert any watts or name on his product.
Even if the blender is labeled made in “Sambisa” or the wattage is 500 watts, your utmost concern should be, can it deliver what you need? Can it blend that beans or crush that tiger nuts and coconut.
The power of a blender is definitely measured by the wattage as well as the country of make, but since all these things can be tampered with and the market now have a lot of fake blenders, it’s best you look beyond the wattage of your blender and country of make.
At the end, everything na for China dem de make am. Goan ask iphone or apple company. Why? Because labour is cheap there. What happens is that we now have different grades of the product manufactured based on what the supplier gives.
Blenders are a great kitchen tool, but sometimes they may produce smoke. We will show you what could cause smoking from your blender, how to fix it, and what steps to take if the problem persists after following these tips.
If your blender is smoking, it could be due to a few different problems. Here are the most common reasons why your blender might smoke when you run it:
This is the most common reason for smoke from a blender. If you run your blender continuously, it may overheat and start to emit smoke. You can fix this by letting it cool down before using it again or running it at a lower speed when blending.
Solution: Let the Blender Cool Down before you continue blending.
If the blades on your blender are not rotating freely, this could be another cause of smoking. If they get stuck while running it may create smoke when you try to spin them again.
This can happen if the blades are old or have dried-up food stuck to them.
Solution: Replace the Blade Assembly. This is easy for most blenders and won’t cost much money at all. Also, thoroughly clean up your blender and it’s blades immediately after blending.
If you have overfilled your blender with ingredients while blending, small amounts of liquid may get into the inside of the blender and will cause smoke when it gets too hot.
Solution: It’s simple! Don’t Overfill Your Blender. If you have too much in your blender, this can cause smoke when it starts to heat up. Reduce the number of ingredients so there is less for the blades to blend and let it cool down before using again.
If your blender is designed to blend smoothies and you go ahead to use it and blend Ice or nuts, it might become hot and smoke. What this means is that you are over working the motor.
Solution: Only use your blender for the right items. Make sure to ask and confirm from your supplier. If content is too hard, consider adding some water.
Not all made in Germany is actually made in Germany. Not all 5000 watts is actually what is there.
So how do you spot a fake?
Just like mobile phones, when you start seeing Nokla instead of Nokia or Samsumg instead of Samsung, run o. Original blender names are Qasa, MasterChef and so on.
How can you see a blender with a rating of 6000 watts or more and yet, the weight is so light. It does not add up.
You want to get a high power blender and the price there is ridiculously cheap, run o. No go buy trouble. Why don’t you close your eyes and get that original blender once.
So, don’t be greedy, be smart, buy from trusted supplier and I bet you, you go de alright!