Super Quiet Blender Recommendation (Clarified)

I am looking for a recommendation on a blender to bring to work to mix

up shakes. Being that this is a typical office environment I need

something that won't disturb my coworkers. I have a regular $25

Hamilton Beach one at home that would be way too loud.


1) Super Quiet

2) It is for making shakes with ice and water. (needs to be able to crush ice)

3) Would be nice if it were the one piece types that are easier to

clean.(not entirely one piece, just the top glass portion)

4) Looks are unimportant

5) Order online for less than $100

Clarification: I'm looking for a standard blender, not a hand-help model.

Thank you.

One thought on “Super Quiet Blender Recommendation (Clarified)

  1. Greetings, nuwanda!

    All the reviews I read online seem to indicate that Krups blenders are

    quieter than other brands:

    From Reviews for the

    Krups Power X Plus Combi Blender 243

    (which is now discontinued)

    "It's almost too quiet!

    by oparu1, Aug 26 '01

    Pros: It's relatively quiet, for a blender"

    "mixes chops blends the BEST

    by heeree, Mar 26 '01

    Pros: Works better than any others tried! Easy to clean. Not too loud"

    Krups Power X Plus Blender 239

    "Great blender!

    by kembry, Jun 20 '00

    Pros: Affordable, dependable, quiet"

    "Earning Its Keep on the Counter

    by JillJLX1, Dec 18 '99

    Pros: glass pitcher (not plastic), price, size, cleans easily, quiet"

    I believe that this might be the right one for you — a review

    indicates that it does a great job of crushing ice to make smoothies:

    "Krups GMA1-11 Power Xtreme VI Touchpad Blender, White

    List Price: $90.00

    Price: $69.99

    You Save: $20.01 (22%)

    Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours

    This item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping.

    See details."

    Review by Carolyn: March 18, 2003

    "Oh my gosh! I've been on a 3 year search for a blender that could

    handle my morning smoothy and I finally found it. This blender goes

    through frozen strawberries like butter. I bought one, more expensive

    blender, that in thier instructions said not to even try frozen


    On the other hand, if a one-piece blender is a high priority for you,

    check this one out:

    Waring Professional Bar Blender PBB Series

    Review by laurapetrie (February 9, 2002)

    "Usually, the blade unscrews from the jar, then you have the blade, a

    plastic ring, and the gasket which screws into the blender's base. The

    jar on this blender is all one piece and there's no awkward twisting

    to get it properly positioned for blending…

    This blender rocks! Even though I didn't have any use for a blender

    before buying one, that has changed.

    The first thing that I blended was a protein shake with milk and

    protein powder. It foamed up and mixed perfectly, leaving no globs of

    protein powder at the bottom of my glass when I was done. I later

    discover that this blender makes near perfect chocolate milk…I'll

    never buy it pre-mixed again!

    I've since moved on to making fruit smoothies and daqueris and have

    discovered why this is called a "Bar Blender". Smoothies come out

    "smooth" and frozen fruity rum drinks don't have chunks of uncrushed

    ice in them. "

    It's available on

    "List Price: $165.00

    Price: $79.99

    You Save: $85.01 (52%)"

    and at

    "List Price: $180.00

    Price: $59.99

    You Save: $120.01 (66%)"

    Search Strategy

    "quiet blender"


    "one piece" blender


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