Indian cooking and cuisines are versatile in every sense – from the ingredients used to the preparation, recipes, and taste. With such a broad range of ingredients and recipes, you want all the help you can get for making it easier. A mixer grinder (also known as a blender or a food processor) is one of the must-have appliances in any kitchen. From fresh juices to chutneys, soups, gravies, etc. you can make a lot with the top grinder in India.
Most of us are familiar with the loud sound of a mixer grinder working- grinding masalas and preparing chutneys for us. Over the years, mixer grinders have evolved and gotten a lot better. You can use them to create fresh masalas for you at home, get fruit and vegetable juices to keep your diet healthy and preservative-free and use them for everyday cooking.
Getting the best mixer in India is no small investment. When you get a high-quality mixer grinder, you get an appliance that will last for several years providing you with peak performance. But what are your choices when shopping for the top juicer mixer grinder in India? What are the features you need to consider- from different functions to jars offered with it, operating modes, durability, brand, etc? Don’t let that worry you- for this is exactly what we will be covering ahead. Let’s start with the top 12 best mixer grinder in India with and see what they ‘bring to the table’ for you!
Prestige Iris 750 Watt Mixer Grinder
This juicer mixer grinder from Prestige comes with 3 stainless steel blending jars along with a separate juicer attachment. You get a wet and dry grinding jar with 1.5L and 1L capacity respectively, a chutney jar with 300ml capacity, and a juicer jar with 1.5L capacity. The juice jar is made of polycarbonate while all other jars are high-quality stainless steel.
You have 3 different speeds to operate the blade on. This blender uses a 4-blade form that is made of stainless steel. The grinder runs on 750W motor, providing 20,000 RPM of grinding power. The operating noise of this blender is around 80-90 decibels, which is decent for the range. Overload protection switch is also built in the unit, which protects the motor from damage due to overheating.
The 750W motor is ideal for most applications at home. Ensure that you provide a gap of at least 2 minutes after every 5 minutes of continuous use. The blender is jar is backed by a 2-year warranty from Prestige.Buy on Amazon
Bajaj Rex Mixer Grinder, 500W
For those who need a top grinder in India that provides sufficient power for most daily applications in the kitchen, the Rex 500W Mixer Grinder from Rex is one worth considering. You get 3 jars with this grinder- a 0.3L jar for chutneys along with 0.8L and 1.2L jars for multiple uses. All jars are made of stainless steel. All jars have easy-grip handles so that you can securely use the blender without any undesirable movement. However, the body is not transparent which means you have to stop blending and open the lid to check inside every time.
The blade runs at a maxim speed of 20,000 RPM, which is enough to take care of most of your blending requirements in the kitchen. You get a 3-speed motor with this blender along with an incher that allows momentary operation. The multi-functional blades make it an efficient mixer grinder.
The ABS plastic used in its construction adds to the overall durability and does not get coloured due to turmeric and other Indian spices frequently used in cooking. The body is rust-proof and highly-durable. Bajaj provides a 1-year warranty on the product.Buy on Amazon
Lifelong Power Pro 500-Watt Mixer Grinder
Lifelong might not be a proper household brand for everyone, nor might it come close to the quality and exposure that other brands like Bajaj and Prestige had gotten, but it definitely measures up to both of them, when it comes to making Mixer Grinders. From among the other 500W mixer grinders in this list, the Lifelong Power Pro might not be the best, but is definitely worth buying with its extremely affordable price tag.
For a price tag almost half of that of Bajaj Rex, the Lifelong Power Pro comes packed with all the features and the build quality that one can expect from Bajaj Rex. It comes with its own set of stainless steel jars, engineered for multipurpose grinding, mixing and juicing tasks.
It comes with a sleek design and a 3-speed motor control. As is the case with the Bajaj GX-1, the Lifelong Power Pro also has some issues with the lid popping off if not held down while in use. However, the blender comes with its own set of rubber gaskets to seal the lids properly. When assembled correctly, it fits the jars even better than the Bajaj GX-1.
After we had taken it apart and taken it to different hardware stores, we found that the parts of this blender are widely available and you can have almost every part of it replaced, such as the rotating bung and the blades.Buy on Amazon
Bajaj GX-1 Mixer Grinder, 500W, 3 Jars
If you’re still looking for something with the 500W ‘oomph’, but something that’s a little lighter on your wallet, you might want to consider adding Bajaj GX-1 to your options. This mixer-grinder can give you everything that the Bajaj Rex can, in terms of power, grinding capabilities and types of available jars.
What accounts for a reduced price tag is the way Bajaj has cut corners in terms of its build and design. However, once we have cracked this baby open, we found it to have the same motor and components as the Bajaj Rex. The only differences we have found were in the external build of the Grinder and a slightly higher than the other 500W Mixer Grinders we have tested.
Another issue that came up when using this product is that, the cap of the blender came off whenever used, unless it was held down. This might not be such a big issue, since blenders are always operated under supervision. One should just press down on the lid while blending, just like most other blenders in the market. Still, some of the other products in the list has better lids, so, this had to be mentioned.Buy on Amazon
Preethi Zodiac MG 218 Mixer Grinder, 750W, 5 Jars
Preethi might be a brand that is not well-known outside of India, but is definitely the best one out there according to Francis Kanoi market research. The Preethi MG 218, could have single-handedly outdone all the other grinders in this list with its versatility, if not for the high price tag and longevity.
With that said, it is, in no way, a pushover, when it comes to a mixer-grinder. It comes with its own food processor, capable of kneading, chopping, grating, slicing and mincing. It comes with suction cups in its leg stands, making it sturdy during operation.
With a 5-jar set up, it has a jar for every occasion. With a 750W Vega W5 motor, it has the raw power necessary to grind any type of masala into fine powder. What this grinder gives in power, it trades off in its build quality. Despite its sturdy look and a cool design, this mixer grinder actually has a slightly lower quality build, if we are considering the plastics used on its body.
Another downside of this product might be its noise-level. Not only does it have higher operating noise levels compared to the other 750W blenders, its noise levels border those of 1000W blenders. With all things consider, this blender will nowhere give you a bang for your buck, but will definitely satisfy all your grinding, juicing, mixing and food processing needs.Buy on Amazon
Philips HL7756 Mixer Grinder, 750W, 3 Jars
Phillips has been a household brand and a first choice for any household appliance for decades. It should come as no surprise that one of its product made all the way into this list. It has done so for good reason. Even though it’s priced much higher than its 500W counterparts, it is still priced at a lower cost than most of the 750 watt mixer grinders in this list. The Phillips HL7756-00 delivers a bang for the buck.
It comes with a chic design of black and steel color that goes really well together. Add to it the huge 1.5 Litre liquidizer jar and a 1 litre multipurpose jar, and we have a beast of a mixer-grinder. However, compared to its other features, its wet grinder jar (chutney jar) falls short in terms of capacity.
It has advanced ventilation system that keeps the motors in top shape and cool while operating, giving it a run time of 25 minutes straight. It roughly translates into the mixer-grinder being able to grind for 25 minutes straight at the minimum, before the motor overload protection kicks in and shuts down the appliance until it cools down. This ensures a longer lifespan for the appliance.
Not that you are going to need the 25mins of grinding straight, because with a 750W rating, this appliance can grind so well, that you won’t even need 2 minutes at most for any of your tasks.
Preethi Blue Leaf Diamond Mixer Grinder, 750W, 3 Jars
This mixer-grinder is the second Preethi product on this list. While it falls short in terms of versatility, compared to the previous entry, it more than makes up for it with its lower price. Unfortunately, that still falls in the higher price range.
This mixer-grinder operates at 80 Decibels, which is well within the acceptable noise range for 750 Watt mixer-grinders. This grinder comes with a special jar which can be used to grind as well as store the grinded items in an air-tight space. It has standard sized chutney and masala grinding jars. However, it boasts a massive 1.7 Litre main jar, which is enough for any large families.
The Preethi Blue Leaf Diamond lives up to its name with its aesthetics. It comes in a bright blue and white colored body, with stainless steel jars and fiberglass lids. It provides adequate protection against electrical shocks through a 6-Amp, fused plug, making its body safe to touch.Buy on Amazon
Sujata Powermatic Plus 900 Watts Juicer Mixer Grinder
A truly powerful and feature rich mixer-grinder. Among the 900W category, Sujata mixer-grinders are the only ones to have made it into this list of the top juicer mixer grinder in India. While this product may seem expensive at a glance, it actually is one of the cheapest products in the market in the 900W range.
It comes with its own juicer and grinder attachments, a heavy body. The juicer attachment uses a Centrifugal juicer design, making it efficient in squeezing out juices, making it one of the best juicer in India. With a 22000 rpm rotational speed, its blades slice through and mince the ingredients into fine paste in less than a minute.
However, when it comes to the size, this thing is bulky and will take up a lot of space on your kitchen counter. Unless you have space to spare, this product will not be recommended.Buy on Amazon
Bajaj Twister 750-Watt Mixer Grinder with 3 Jars
Yet again we find another Bajaj product on the list. With its reliability and build quality, you just can’t have enough of Bajaj Mixer Grinders. But unlike the previous entries, this Bajaj mixer-grinder packs more power with a higher wattage rating.
In terms of its looks, it might be a bit of a misnomer with its white body and stainless steel jars. Unfortunately, unlike the other products with similar color scheme in this list, this design is not that pleasing to the eyes. But what it lacks in aesthetics, it makes up for in performance. But as always, this performance comes at a high price. Of date, this brags a higher price than the Phillips, making it one of the pricier options in the 750W mixer-grinder category.
It comes with a standard 2 year parts warranty and a 5 year motor warranty, but we highly doubt you will need it. With a great build and better parts than any of the other Indian mixer-grinders in the 750W range, we can tell you that his baby will last you for a while. It comes with a fairly large dry/wet grinding jar, with a capacity of 1 Litre. In fact, all of its jars are bigger than the average, making it a good choice if you have a lot of mouths to feed.Buy on Amazon
Havells Aspro, 500W
Havells Aspro is one of the top Juicer mixer grinder in India. Being the most expensive 500W mixer-grinder in the list, it easily delivers its money’s worth. It’s heavy on your wallet and pleasing to your eyes.
Its jars come with flow beakers that restrict the flow of the matter inside the container, controlling how much is grinded at a time, making it more efficient at grinding and preventing lumps, even after only a short operation.
However, these mixer-grinders are a bit on the heavy side with over 5.5 KGs just for a 500W blender. Even so, this mixer-grinder is not bulky and will not take too much space on your kitchen counter, even if it takes a bit of muscular energy to move around.
Bosch TrueMixx Pro Mixer Grinder, 750W, 4 Jars
Not much can be said about German engineering except that it is the best. Although, the Bosch TrueMixx Pro available in India are manufactured locally, being a German franchise, it has to go through the same quality control as the ones made in Germany. So, if you are buying one locally, you can be assured that what you see is what you get: a true marvel of German engineering.
In terms of build quality, this is the best mixer in India. It serves not just as a mixer, but also as one of the top grinder in India as well. It has a high quality stainless steel body as well as a stainless steel jars. It has sturdy locking mechanism which allows the users to use this blender without needing to press down upon the lid.
It has semi-blunt blades that rotate with 22000 rpm, grinding hard spices into fine powder, emulating the grinding action of stone pestle and mortars. However, all these high quality and performance comes at a hefty price. At such a high price, this is clearly the most expensive mixer grinder in the 750 W category.Buy on Amazon
Sujata SuperMix SM Mixer Grinder, 900W, 3 Jars
Yet another 900W mixer-grinder from Sujata has made it into our list. Unlike the previous one, this one has a lot less features, no juicer attachments and only three jars. And, it costs a couple hundred more. Confused? Well, this product is a classical case of “Pricier the better”. What it lacks in features jars, it makes up in quality.
With that said, it is definitely better than the Powermatic in terms of build quality with a lighter and a less bulkier design. If you are looking for a mixer-grinder with a lot of features including a juicer attachment, and have the space to spare in your kitchen, you should choose the Powermatic. If you are instead looking for something that will withstand the test of time a little better and give you a little less headache, you should opt for SuperMix 900 instead.
While its build quality is far better than most of the other mixer-grinders in this list as well as its Powermatic brother, it is nothing to write home about; especially when its main jar is not made of stainless steel.
Regardless, if you are looking for a powerful mixer-grinder with reliable performance, and don’t want to go broke while buying it, you are better off with a SuperMix 900.Buy on Amazon
How to choose the right mixer grinder – Buyers Guide
Purchasing a mixer-grinder to suit your purposes might not seem like a harrowing task as buying a car would be. Yet, when you are facing a salesman pitching for the product he is distributing, you will be left wondering, “If this product is so good, why isn’t it selling more?” or “This sounds so good but how can I get something for a little less without compromising quality and features?”
Well, this guide intends to help you out with these questions and choose the right kind of mixer-grinder for your needs.
When going for a product of any kind, it is first important to figure out which brand of the product to choose from. Nowadays, some people consider brand loyalty to be a vice, and for good reason too. With examples like Apple upping their prices on each new release without any significant advancements and brands like Symphony shipping out products that break in less than a year, you cannot trust neither the big names nor the smaller ones anymore.
Every once in a while one might get lucky and stumble upon a product with a nameless brand that serves for year and costs only peanuts. But most of the time, going for products that aren’t made by a well-known brand, is a gamble. While a well-known brand can ensure some form of quality control, sticking to one certain brand for long might give you a tunnel vision and stop you from seeing newer, better emerging brands.
The easiest solution to these dilemmas is to find a couple of good brands that suit your needs and likings and stick to them. Having brand loyalty to more than one brand ensures that you are not being deceived by one specific brand, while at the same time, keeping your eyes open for better options.
When choosing mixer-grinders, there are obvious choices when it comes to branding. A couple of such brands would be:
Two words: German Engineering. It is unanimously agreed upon by the people of all nations that German Engineering is unequivocally the best out there. Among the German brands, Bosch leads the way. Their mixer grinders are long-lasting, reliable and powerful. You can never go wrong with a Bosch product.
If you’re not looking to get broke buying a Bosch, you might want to look for something locally made. But not just any local product would be good enough for your kitchen – it needs to have a certain standard. Bajaj gives you just that. The highest quality products for a much lower price range than the other brands like Phillips and Bosch.
Preethi products compromises in a lot of departments. One might wonder, then, why is Preethi on this list but not Prestige. Well, there’s a reason why Preethi has been deemed as the number one mixer-grinder brand by the Francis Kanoi Market Research: They are long lasting, can cater to every type of customer needs and produce high quality products. While Prestige might give you similar features, they have a lot less options and customizability than Preethi products.
Type of Mixer Grinders
There was a time back yonder when one had to buy a grinder, a blender, a juicer and a mixer for different purposes. Such days are past and we have learned to value versatility more than specialism. As such, the blenders we see today are called mixer-grinder for a reason. But what do all these products do?
Mixers: They consist of blunt blades, that rotate about half an inch to an inch high, suitable for stirring and mixing multiple liquids together or liquids and solids together. This is a very useful appliance to have. Luckily, you don’t have to opt for one of these, since it already comes pre-packaged with a ‘mixer’-grinder.
Grinders: These consist of flat, sharp blades, that hug the bottom of the jar and rotate at high speeds, in order to grind dry ingredients into fine powders. Modern mixer-grinders have hybrid blades that are elevated near the center and tapered flat in the end, to work as both a mixer and a grinder.
Blenders: These consist of sharp blades that rotate above an inch or half from the bottom and cut pieces of solids into such fine pieces, that eventually turns them into mush. These are meant for wet ingredients and can be used to make Chutneys. Adding water to the ingredients itself might allow the user to even make juices out of them. However, making juice with blenders will require additional steps like straining and filtering. Some people would rather choose to do this extra step than invest a little more time and money behind a juicer. If you are such a person, stick with a regular mixer-grinder. All mixer-grinders come with this feature.
Juicers: These types of appliances not only crush a fruit or vegetable into a fine paste, but also have different outlets to expel the fibers and solids and provide the user with a clean, ready-to-drink juice. If you don’t mind cleaning up all the nooks and crannies of a juicer afterwards, you may benefit from buying a mixer-grinder with a juicer attachment.
Food Processors: These appliances can come with multiple uses, such as chopping, grating, mincing and pasting. These are usually used to prepare ingredients to be used in different types of cooking. If you feel like chopping onions with a knife is time-consuming and difficult, you might opt for one of these. But if you are one of those people who would rather spend the time chopping onions than cleaning and preparing a food processor, this is one product you may skimp out on.
Nowadays, some or all of these features are included in mixer-grinders, with mixers and grinders being the common denominator. When buying your appliance, it is important to decide what kind of work you want to get done with them. If you want just an all-purpose blender, mixer and grinder, get one without juicer or food processor attachments.
Attachments, Size, Jars and Power
As mentioned in the previous section, a modern mixer-grinder may also be used as a juicer or a food processor. But how? The answer lies in the jars. Every mixer-grinder comes with its own set of jars nowadays. And what these jars or attachments do, defines the purpose of the appliance.
For example, a grinder jar will convert your mixer-grinder into a masala-grinder, allowing you to get powders out of whole ingredients. A mixer jar will allow you to make sharbats, lassi and mix drinks, as well as make chutneys. A blender jar or a liquidizing jar, which is usually the primary jar, will allow you to make juice out of fruits and vegetables. Other attachments such as the “master-chef” attachment for Preethi mixer-grinders, would act as food processors (regardless of how the manufacturers decide to name them). A mixed-grinder with a 3-in-1 juicer might save you the hassle of buying a juicer separately.
Apart of choosing the jars based on their uses, it’s also important to determine the size of a jar beforehand. Most of the standard liquidizing jars come in 1.25 litres of capacity. However, if you have a big family and are aiming to make juices for all of them frequently, you might have to opt for something bigger 1.7 or 2 litre jar.
Similarly, if you only intend to grind masala in your grinder, a 500 grams’ jar might be enough. However, if you intend to make powder out of rice grains for making Idli, Dosa and other stuff, 500 grams’ won’t cut it and you will be forced to go multiple rounds to meet your grinding needs. So, before purchasing a mixer-grinder, it is important to keep the capacity in mind as well.
Last, but not the least: power. The wattage of a mixer-grinder might be the single most important factor in purchasing a mixer-grinder. While all manufacturers would boast how their mixer-grinder can grind spices, it is important to realize that most of them are trying to sell their products. While 500W grinders by Bosch might dazzle you with its performance (and lightening your wallet), a 500W Preethi might leave you with cinnamon bits instead of powders. So, as a general rule of thumb, you should always go for a 750W or higher rated mixer-grinder, if you are planning to grind hard ingredients into fine powder or a soft paste. Anything above 750W might be an overkill, but can help you get the work done faster. Anything under 500W would just make a good mixer and a poor grinder.
Depending on what the attachment/jar is supposed to do, they would come with different types of blades. They type and number of blades might differ for every blender, but their underlying principles remain the same. A grinder blade, for example, might have four blades, three blades or even two blades (spaced equally). However, depending on the wattage, a two bladed grinder might manage to do the exact same thing as a four bladed one. So, one should not consider the number of blades to be a deal breaker or sealer.
Apart from that, you can easily recognize the blades from three factors:
- Elevation: If a blade is elevated an inch or a half from the bottom, it might be intended for mixing or blending. But a blade, flat on the bottom, will always be used for grinding. Modern day mixer-grinders come with hybrid blades, with elevation in the centre and flat in the ends.
- Sharpness: A sharp blade is always used for juicing, blending and grinding.
- Alignment: If a pair of blades are facing downwards and a pair is facing upwards, you can be certain that these blades are meant for wet grinding and juicing. The blades typically used for grinding is aligned only in one direction and remain as close to the bottom as possible.
Things to consider while buying a mixer grinder
- Price to performance: It should be the most important determining factor of a product, regardless of how rich or poor the buyer is. One should never use their wealth as an excuse to let the manufacturers rip them off. Get a mixer-grinder that fits your needs for the lowest price.
- Build Quality: It is easy to determine the quality of a mixer-grinder. Just ensure that all the parts that may come into contact with liquids are made of stainless steel, ABS plastic or Fiberglass, and you will end up with a good-quality product.
- Design of the product: With the guide above, you can check for yourself whether the product’s design is suitable to your needs and whether the brand is delivering what the salesman is claiming. Just look at the blade’s design, the outward appearance and color to know which one would suit you the best.
- Service warranty: For a good product, a service warranty is just for the peace of mind. You will never need warranty unless something breaks. If a good product doesn’t break, in ten years, your warranty is useless whether it is for one year or five years. However, for lesser known brands and less reliable mixer-grinders, do look for a parts warranty of at least 2 years and a motor warranty for 5 years.
- Automatic Overload Protection: This is important since overheated blenders and voltage fluctuations are the biggest cause of product damage. Depending on your warranty terms, these damages might not even be covered by your manufacturers. Luckily, all the products in this list come with this feature.
- Sound: A 250W grinder will be less noisy than a 500W one and a 750W mixer-grinder will be even noisier. That is how things are supposed to be. However, it’s worth trying out the different products available in the market before buying, to get the lowest noise levels possible, out of your mixer-grinder. But at the end of the day, let not a loud mixer-grinder discourage you from buying a good one.
10 Tips to using a mixer grinder safely
Using a mixer-grinder is no rocket science. Alas! Accidents don’t come announced and more often than not, they are caused by carelessness and/or ignorance. Let’s better prepare ourselves on how to use a mixer-grinder properly without harming ourselves, the devices themselves or the household.
- Check for a stable connection: An unstable electric flow or voltage fluctuations can severely impact the life of your appliance. Of course, many of the mixer-grinders come with built-in stabilizers to control these fluctuations… and cars come built-in with seat belts. But we wouldn’t want to crash either and test out their efficiencies.
- Check for proper fittings: A well-fitting lid and jar on a mixer-grinder might make the appliance work as expected and you might not even notice them working well… until they don’t and spill everything around everywhere. No one would want such a splatter when trying to grind peppers or making chilli paste. Always double check if the lid is on tightly.
- Don’t put your hand in the blender: This is a no-brainer. Just don’t do it.
- Don’t use cracked jars: When using fiberglass, glass or cheap plastic jars, look for any signs of cracking. If there are cracks, just don’t use it. Replace it if possible. In the best case scenario, it’s going to spill the contents all around. In the worst case scenario, it might explode upon impact and project shrapnel into your eyes.
- Be careful of moving parts: A mixer-grinder is an electro-mechanical device – it runs on electricity to move mechanical moving parts. Each of its moving parts are capable of maiming your fingers if you’re not careful enough.
- Never dry run your mixer-grinder: Never power the mixer grinder without any jars on. Not only it runs the risk of you touching a moving part by mistake, but the parts will also move faster than intended (and it is intended to spin with loads on it).
- Always check if the power is off: Always check if the speed settings are off or the switch is off before plugging the appliance in. Failure to do so might result in the mixer-grinder going off before you want it to.
- Always hold down the lid: Some blenders are well equipped with good fittings that will allow you to blend with just one press of a button. But most blenders require you to press down on the lid while blending, to avoid spills. Always do that, regardless of the blender you are using – your blender will last longer.
- Clean up afterwards: Always clean up a mixer-grinder properly after use. Clean the dry grinder jars with dry cloths and wet grinder jars through washing. Leaving even fragments of liquid will turn the device sticky over time and may eventually damage it.
- Don’t let water seep in: Make sure that no droplets of the liquid being blended, get into the exhaust vents in the blender. The manufacturers try to make these devices as water resistant as possible, but they are not waterproof. The appliance might get short circuited and even cause fire hazards.
1.What is a Juicer, a Mixer and a Grinder?
A juicer is specifically designed to grind a fruit, herb or vegetable into a juice with separate outlets for the fibers to be strained and expelled through and the pure juice to come out from. A mixer is only useful for mixing liquids and solids. Notable uses might be making lassi, sharbats or mixing cocktails. A grinder might be used for both grinding wet ingredients like making ginger and garlic pastes or for dry ingredients like making cinnamon powder.
2.How much power does a mixer-grinder consume?
Usually, the wattage rating of a mixer-grinder is the general indicator of how much power a mixer-grinder consumes. However, it is important to know that a 500W mixer-grinder will only use 500W when it’s used in its maximum speed setting. For a three-speed control motor, the highest speed will consume the full wattage of the mixer-grinder that it’s rated on.
3.Difference between 500 watt or 750 watt mixer grinder?
A 500 Watt mixer-grinder consumes 500 Watts of electricity and a 750 Watt mixer-grinder consumes 750 Watts of electricity at their maximum speed. This essentially means that you are going to get higher electric bills when using a 750W mixer-grinder than a 500W one. But on the plus side, a 750W mixer-grinder will have more power and will rotate the blades faster, giving it more grinding and mixing capabilities.
4.Why do I get burnt smell every time I use my mixer?
It is natural to get a burnt smell for the first time you run a mixer-grinder, whether it is a poor quality mixer or the best juicer in India. This is due to the fact that the motors are coated with a type of varnish to prevent rust and give them longer shelf lives. When a motor is first turned on, the varnish burns off, giving out a burnt smell. Sometimes, a few consecutive uses will also give out a burnt smell. Eventually the smell will go away and it’s no cause for concern.
As a side note, many of the households don’t use a mixer grinder daily. As a result, cockroaches and nymphs settle inside them through the exhaust vents in the machine. With particles of grinded food lying around, an enclosed, secluded space and small vents, they make ideal above for cockroaches and the like. So, whenever you turn on a blender after a while, you might get a horrible smell of burnt cockroaches as well. In order to avoid it, we will suggest covering up the blender with a polythene bag after each use. But if it’s seeing daily use, this step might not be necessary.
5.Can hard stuff pieces like beet, carrot be crushed or can the juicer get damaged?
Mixer-grinders are built for crushing and grinding. As such, you can even make ice shavings from solid ice cubes in most grinders and not end up damaging these appliances. However, it’s important to note if the jars are not made out of good quality plastics or stainless steel, the impact from hard ingredients might crack them. Please check out our buying guide to understand how to avoid buying the wrong kinds of mixer-grinders.
A good mixer-grinder might be the difference between having an easier time in the kitchen or cleaning up a great deal of mess afterwards. While a best food processor in india might sound handy, cleaning up the jars after every use might become hectic after a while. So, have clear understanding of what you want in a mixer-grinder before buying one and you won’t regret the time and money spent behind this appliance.
When it comes to buying a good mixer-grinder, it’s better to listen to first hand experiences of different users and reviewers than go with your instincts like “Prestige is a good brand”. However, depending too much upon the word of mouth would often lead you to confusion as two different person’s perspectives and requirements might be different.
In order to help you overcome such issues, this buying guide and review has been made. In short, if you are looking for an all-around good mixer-grinder for a great price, get yourself the Prestige Iris 750 Watt best mixer grinder under 4000. If you would rather stick to a brand that has been around for longer than you might have been and have the money to burn, go for the Philips HL7756 Mixer Grinder.
Here is the complete List:
|Prestige Iris 750 Watt Mixer Grinder with 3 Stainless Steel Jar + 1 Juicer Jar (White and Blue)||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
|Bajaj Rex Mixer Grinder, 500W, 3 Jars (White)||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
|Bajaj GX-1 Mixer Grinder, 500W, 3 Jars||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
|Lifelong Power Pro 500-Watt Mixer Grinder with 3 Jars (White/Grey)||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
|Preethi Zodiac MG 218 Mixer Grinder, 750W, 5 Jars (Black/ Light Grey)||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
|Philips HL7756/00 Mixer Grinder, 750W, 3 Jars (Black)||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
|Preethi Blue Leaf Diamond Mixer Grinder, 750W, 3 Jars (Blue/ White)||PrimeEligible||Buy Now|
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