Smoothie Blender Review
A smoothie blender has become one of the most sought after kitchen appliance, especially as summer approaches. The Back to Basics SM700 Signature II Blender is an exceptionally reliable example of these products. One purchaser recently commented that his only complaint is that the SM700 smoothie blender took much too long to be introduced.
Unlike many kitchen appliances, this blender is one you will want to keep on your counter. The 56 oz glass blending container simply begs for ingredients to be added and smoothie blending to begin. The SM700 blender is easy to use and reliable in producing the required results. It’s 600 watt blending/700 watt pulsing motor increase the versatility and reliability of this smoothie blender.
If you like to experiment with various flavors and fruit, nut, and other additions, get out your cape and magic wand now. This blender will produce whatever it is that you desire. Improved technology provides ingredients from sticking to the powerful blades of the SM700 producing a true smoothie, without unwanted clumps of delicious smoothie ingredients.
There is no need to pour delightful smoothies from the SM700 blender receptacle. This smoothie blender is equipped with a spigot that will easily dispense your smoothie as well as a variety of other iced drinks with great ease. One purchaser of the SM700 blender had only praise as he shared the reason for his purchase. He was curious as to how well the blender might work in making slushies. He noted that his SM700 Smoothie blender worked just as well (if not better) than similar and much more expensive blenders.
Summer is certainly not the only time one might use a smoothie blender. Many recreational therapy departments in long term care facilities offer special treats throughout the year. Those departments who have invested in the SM700 blender have been pleased by the ease in use and the texture of the smoothies that is best received by the residents.
Several therapists have reported that once they familiarized themselves with the blender, they began to experiment with various textures, tastes and ingredients. Resident’s families are grateful for the addition of the SM700 blender to the recreation therapy departments.
Pediatric departments have reported purchasing the SM700 blender for those children who have had tonsillectomies and who appreciate a cold and soothing drink before they are ready to return to solid foods. This information has reached adult post surgical units where blenders are now kept humming and creating nutritional, easy to swallow, drinks for those adults who have never forgotten some of the perks of being childlike!
A growing number of hospice organizations encourage family members who are providing care of a dying loved one, to rent one of their smoothie blenders for the use of easy to make and refreshing drinks. Although, as the dying who are days from death, generally do not want solid foods, many of them find the cool and easy to swallow smoothie refreshing.