Are blenders safe?

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We’ve all seen the movie when the lid wasn’t on the blender properly, leading to a smoothie explosion on the kitchen cabinets/ceiling / floor / cat, etc. Unfortunately yes, but sometimes a tiny bit of user error (no judgment, we’ve all been there. Mornings, etc.).

But there have also been other cases of exploding blenders that haven’t been the result of user error. Like Thermomix and Ninja Blenders in Australia, where almost 100 Aussies received scalds and burns from faulty machines. 

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To help keep yourself safe when using a blender:

  • Wait for soup to cool before blending it.
  • Keep the lid on when removing the jug.
  • Turn the blender off at the power point before picking up the jug.
  • Don’t go over the maximum blending times.
  • Look for a blender with safety features, like a cut-off time and lid lock.

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