Quick, convenient and super healthy. Australians now have a value for money alternative when it comes to the trusty kitchen blender.
Each Spectablend blender can blend, grind, puree, cut, mash, make hot soup and even ice cream thanks to the friction-based motor.
A positive investment for your health!
Anna Meares, Track Cyclist
Australia’s Olympic Champion
“As a sprinter I require muscle mass so I have a high protein diet,” she said.
“I keep carbs to before training sessions and limit them at night.”
Her strict diet also involves large hearty breakfasts with energy giving smoothies, smaller lunches and a light dinner with some form of protein before she goes to bed. And her advice for anyone wanting to get fit and healthy is that it should be a complete lifestyle change and not a fad.
“I have nights and times where I don’t feel like cooking, but there are healthy options like smoothies which are so easy,” she said.
More importantly a good diet means limiting the alcohol as well. In fact, the Spectablend ambassador is so strict on this she won’t drink alcohol for nine months leading up to a major event like the Olympics.
Testimonials: What Our Customers are Saying
via Product Review, Australia’s first and most comprehensive consumer opinion site
While I was researching for a high power blender, I came across Spectablend. After comparing the features of this blender with some of more expensive ones in the market, I find that it has most of the important features a high power blender should have. It has a powerful 1500W motor with a rotary speed of up to 35,000 RPM, a good size 2 litres BPA free jug (able to do wet and dry blending) and a stainless steel enclosed 6 blades assembly.
- via Product Review
I’ve been wanting a high powered blender for ages but was put off by the astronomical prices. I couldn’t justify spending around the $1000 mark. When I discovered Spectablend it seemed too good to be true, but I’ve had it for over a month and it powers through everything. I’m so happy with it. Smoothies are great (it crushes ice, chia seeds and even tiny kiwi seeds!), used it like a food processor, and I’ve made desserts by processing nuts, dates and seeds.
- via Product Review