Need a good blender you can use on the go? That’s exactly what we’re talking about in this detailed review! We looked through dozens of different portable blenders and selected the ten best ones, based on size, battery life, and build quality!
Whether you’re looking to mix smoothies and shakes, or just make some baby food while you’re out and about, you’ll find a great portable blender in this review! And we have something for every price range – the blenders for travel we selected cost anywhere from $20 to $100, so we have plenty of options regardless of your budget.
At A Glance: Best Portable Blenders
Read on to see the best portable blenders and to find the best one for you!
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The Redmond portable blender is the option with the highest battery capacity I was able to find. The 5000mAh battery is better than you get in most modern smartphones, which is pretty cool. It does take a while to charge it fully, but you can get quite a lot of use from just one charge.
On top of that, this portable blender features a borosilicate glass cup and tough stainless steel blades, for excellent durability. That cup is suitable even for hot drinks and the blades can crush anything, even nuts and store-bought frozen fruit.
The blending cup features a rather unique design with two open ends. This makes it really easy to clean, and thanks to the convenient travel lids you don’t have to worry about any spillage. Perhaps the only downside is that you don’t get a lid with a spout for easy drinking on the go, but I doubt that’s a deal-breaker.
Another great thing about this portable blender is that it actually has six different blades on the knife. On top of that, there is even an indicator that lets you know that the battery life is getting low. The main light will blink red ten times if it’s time to charge the blender again, which is pretty cool. And this is a standard USB blender, so you can charge it with your laptop or a simple wall adapter.
The BlenderX is one of the least portable and most expensive blenders out there. It weighs over 4.5 lbs, so it’s certainly not something you’ll want to carry in your bag every day. So, what exactly makes it a great portable blender?
For one, this isn’t a USB blender, which means that it’s much more powerful than all those tiny ones that will fit into your purse. This has the power of your regular home blender but in a more portable package, and I love that. It can crush and blend anything a Nutri Bullet can, and it comes with a big 600 ml cup.
The base of this personal blender is heavy, so you will need to figure out a way to use it on the go. Also, this comes with a more traditional power adapter that you can only plug into an outlet. The battery capacity of this personal blender is pretty high though, and you can use it for days on a single charge.
Additionally, the main reason the base is so heavy is that it is made from stainless steel. That means that it’s much more durable than the lightweight plastic options, so it’s ultimately better value. The BlenderX also features great stainless steel blades on the knife, as well as a BPA-free plastic cup. And you get a waterproof carry bag with it, which is quite convenient.
The BlenderX retails for a little over $100, making it one of the priciest portable blenders featured in this review. But if you want the power of a traditional blender in a more compact and personal size, that’s the price you have to pay.
If portability is your one and only concern, the Greecho blender is the perfect option for you. This is definitely the smallest, most compact blender out of the bunch! And it weighs a mere 15.5 ounces, so it’s also the absolutely lightest portable blender you can get!
The trick behind such portability lies in the design of the travel blender. This is one of the few blenders I’ve seen that has blades in the lid and doesn’t actually have a bulky motor. The downside of such a small cordless blender is that the knife only has two blades, so it’s not going to be as efficient as a full-sized blender.
But this is perfectly suitable to crush ice, frozen fruits, nuts, and even protein shakes, which is quite amazing considering the size factor!
Additionally, the lid with the blades even has an integrated drinking spout, which is amazing. You can just put the chopped fruit in the cup, press the power button and be on your way! And thanks to that tiny chain, you can even attach the cordless blender to the exterior of your bag.
Another thing I love about this travel blender is the design of the cup. It has a smaller capacity than most others, as it can get you only 340 milliliters of liquid. The cup is larger than that, but you can’t actually see that extra space due to the plastic that’s covering it.
I guess the main downside of this personal blender is that the two-blade knife isn’t very powerful, so you will have to chop up all to fruit and vegetables into very small pieces. But other than that, the Greecho is without a doubt one of the best and most portable options for everyone!
The Kloudi blender is basically just a portable cup with blades in the top lid. It is remarkably small and lightweight, and it has a ridiculously affordable price tag of some $17! If you’re on a really tight budget, this is the perfect portable blender for you.
This uses a different charging method than most other portable blenders – whereas the others usually come with a handy micro USB, this personal blender uses magnetic induction charging.
You still plug the cable into a wall adapter or a power bank – the main downside is that you can’t just use a cable that you have lying around. Instead, you can only use this specific cable.
Also, this particular cordless blender has a really small battery capacity that can get you only about 10 uses from a single charge. And it can take up to 5 hours to fully charge the batteries depending on your adapter, which is certainly not ideal.
Additionally, the Kloudi portable blender has just two blades, so you won’t get the best results. The upside is that you get a special ice cube tray since normal-sized ice can’t be used with this cup.
The usable capacity of the cup is 300 ml, which should be enough for a single drink. But it is smaller than the capacity of most other portable benders. Bear in mind that this is not that bigger than a travel-sized coffee mug, and it even has a convenient wrist chain so you can easily carry it wherever you go.
The Supkitdin portable blender is one of the lightest options we managed to find. If you have to watch the weight of your travel bag, this is one of the most portable options out there. And it has a total battery capacity of 4000mAh, which means you can use it for days on a single charge.
It takes about 3-5 hours to fully charge the battery, and you can get approximately 20-25 cups of juice from a single charge. Additionally, the personal blender comes with a 380 ml cup, which should be just enough for a single serving of smoothies, protein shakes, and whatnot.
This personal blender features a sturdy stainless steel knife with six blades and it’s perfectly suitable for crushing ice and fruit. However, the manufacturer clearly states that it can’t mash nuts, which are essential to a good smoothie.
The personal blender comes with a micro USB cable for charging, and you can plug it into anything from your PC to a portable car charger. But you can’t use the blender while it is charging, so be sure to keep track of the battery life of this thing.
On top of all that, this battery-powered blender features a drinking spout at the top, so you can easily drink directly from the cup. And that cup is made from glass and not plastic, which makes it even better! The personal size blender also has a self-cleaning function, so it’s super easy to keep clean in the long term.
The battery-powered Vaeqozva portable blender is a great option if you want something with long battery life. It has a 4000mAh li-ion battery, which is the same battery capacity you get in a really good smartphone. But, unlike smartphones, the blender doesn’t support fast charging and it’s going to take at least three hours to charge up the battery.
The upside is that you can use it about 25 times on a single charge, so you won’t have to plug it in again for a while.
The downside is that you can’t use the personal blender while it’s charging, so try to keep track of the battery capacity. But at least you can charge it anywhere – even in your car if you have a basic micro USB charger.
This blender features a leak-proof silicone plug design and a unique drinking spout, so you can drink the smoothies without worrying that the cup is going to leak.
Additionally, the Vaeqozva personal blender features six stainless steel blades and a motor speed of 22000 RPM/min. This can crush anything easily, even ice cubes and frozen fruit for awesome cold smoothies! The cup capacity is some 380 ml, which is more than enough for one delicious smoothie.
The Tenswall portable blender is a great battery-powered option if you want a simple and affordable blender. It retails for just around $20 and it has some great features that make it perfect for travel.
This blender has a 2000mAh rechargeable battery for use on the go. You can use the blender approximately 12 times from a single charge, and it takes about three hours to charge the battery fully. That’s not ideal – it just means that the battery doesn’t support fast charging, so even if you have an awesome 18W power bank you won’t be able to charge it quickly.
The upside of the rechargeable battery is that you can use the personal blender anywhere. And you can charge it however you want – plug it into a power bank to use it while you are walking around, or just plug it into your laptop to charge it at home.
But it’s worth noting that the battery capacity is far from impressive, especially considering that some of the other portable blenders featured here come with batteries that are twice as big. In terms of actual blending features, the Tenswall has a 380ml cup and a great knife with six stainless steel blades.
Also, the motor speed of this thing is 22000 rpm/min, so it shouldn’t have any issues blending fruit into smooth juice. The speed and blade strength are even enough to blend frozen fruit, but the manufacturer does not recommend that. You can’t use the personal blender while it is charging which is a shame.
You can see all the dos and don’t for the Tenswall portable blender on the Amazon listing, so head over there if you’re thinking of getting it.
The Hamilton Beach Personal Blender is a great option if you want a powerful yet portable personal blender. It comes with a dishwasher-safe, BPA-free travel cup with a lid, so you can blend at home and then take your smoothie on the go! The portable jar/lid combo also fits in most car cupholders, so it’s great for a morning breakfast while you commute too.
The Hamilton Beach personal blender weighs just some 2 lbs, so it’s not really so portable. It comes with a 24-inch cord, so it’s easy to take with you and plugin anywhere. But it depends on how and where you will use it. Because it has no battery, you certainly can’t use it at the beach or at a BBQ in the park. But that might not be an issue for you.
Other the Hamilton Beach Personal Blender does not win as many points on portability, it does have a lot more power than most USB/battery models. So, you can certainly blend just about anything – which is a bonus if you ask me.
The PopBabies blender is a great lightweight battery-operated option for use on the go. It has a generous battery capacity of 4000mAh total, which can get you about 20 uses from a single charge.
But it does take approximately 4-5 hours to fully charge the battery with the micro USB, so you will need to keep track of the battery life to avoid any surprises. Especially since there is no indicator on the blender itself.
This personal blender also features a generous 17-ounce dishwasher-safe cup, which means you can get a 14-ounce drink from this blender. And there are level indicators on the plastic BPA-free cup, so it should be easy to not go over the recommended capacity.
Additionally, this blender comes with a funnel to make it easier for you to add the messier ingredients. You also get a mini ice cube tray since standard-sized ice cubes can actually hurt the motor of this blender.
You can use this portable blender while it is charging – this is something you don’t see on most other portable options. Also, the cup has a great lid that you can easily hold in your hand or even attach to the exterior of your backpack with a carabiner.
But you don’t get a drinking spout with the PopBabies blender. The wide mouth of the cup can be a bit messy to drink from on the go, especially if you don’t have any straws. And that’s virtually the only downside of this personal blender!
The G-Ting blender is another good option if you want a USB/battery-operated blender. You get a handy micro USB cable for charging and it’s compatible with most power banks, wall adapters, and even computers. The wattage of the adapter dictates how fast the blender will charge, but even if you have a fast charger, it will take at least three hours to fully charge the 3000mAh battery.
This personal blender has a knife with four stainless steel blades that are powerful enough to easily cut through ice and nuts. You don’t even need to use special ice cubes with the G-Ting – regular-sized ones are perfectly fine for this portable blender.
It’s worth noting that this personal blender is heavier than other similar options. That is due to the borosilicate glass construction of the dishwasher-safe cup. It’s tougher and more durable than standard BPA-free plastic, but it is also thicker and heavier. And it is perfectly suitable even for hot drinks and soups, which can’t be said about those plastic cups.
The G-Ting blender has a decent battery capacity of 3000mAh. It’s somewhere in the middle, which might not be the best thing about it considering that it’s pricier than some personal blenders that have a higher battery capacity.
Additionally, this personal blender actually has a rather unique feature – a small display with a timer. This is awesome because it lets you easily keep track of how long you’ve been blending, ensuring that you can always get the exact consistency that you want.
Another thing worth mentioning is that it seems that the entire silver blender is made from stainless steel at first glance. It’s not – it’s just dyed to look that way. This is just as plastic as the other portable blenders, so don’t be fooled by the shiny color.
It’s important to look at the battery capacity of a personal blender – it tells you how much you can use it on a single charge, which is crucial for portability. Most portable blenders featured in this review have a 2000mAh battery, while some of the better ones have a 4000mAh battery. At least that’s the case with the small USB personal blenders.
Bigger batter is always better, right? Well not quite. Here’s the thing – a 4000mAh battery takes twice as long to charge as a 2000mAh battery. So, even though you can get a lot more use out of it, you will need to wait for at least 4-5 hours for the battery to fully charge.
None of the USB personal blenders featured here support fast charging, which is a shame. Even if you have a great fast charger from your phone, it’s not going to help with charging speed. It’s also worth noting that all of the USB blenders are micro USB as opposed to USB-C, which is such a shame.
I also included a couple of options that use a standard wall charger. These are slightly less portable since you can’t just plug them into a power bank or a car charger, but they do have excellent battery life and capacity.
A great portable blender is small enough that it can fit into your everyday bag without taking up too much space. It should also be lightweight enough that you don’t actually feel it in there, and you’re not weighed down by it.
The good news is that describes most of the blenders featured here. I did include some bulkier options that aren’t as portable, but those boast an incredibly strong and fast high watt motor that you just can’t get from a USB blender.
On top of that, it’s important to look at the size and capacity of the cups you get with the blender. The average capacity of cups is about 400ml, but there are some 500ml and even 600ml options.
Obviously, the personal blenders that come with larger cups are slightly less portable, but that does mean that you can make a bigger smoothie from a single-use. The smaller cups are certainly more portable but are also quite limiting when it comes to the amount of fruit you can put inside them.
You should pay attention to what the manufacturer states you can put in the blender. Not every portable blender is designed to be used for crushing ice, mashing and fruit – some can’t handle any of those ingredients. And if you put them in your smoothies frequently, then you definitely need a sturdy blender that can handle even those tougher ingredients!
One of the key things to look for in personal blenders is the knife blades. Personal blenders that have a knife with only two blades will usually include a mini ice cube tray because the knife isn’t powerful enough to cut through standard-sized ice cubes.
These blenders might be able to whip up protein shakes and crush nuts, but they’re not designed for store-bought frozen fruit. The pieces of fruit in those mass-produced packages are too big for knives with two blades, and it is recommended that you cut up your own fruit and freeze it.
But when it comes to knives with four or six blades, it really depends on the type of blender. Look at the manufacturer instructions before you put nuts or anything frozen in the cup – using the blender for ingredients you’re not supposed will void your warranty, so try to avoid that.
Still not sure which of these portable blenders is the best option for you? It’s fine – pick up one of our top three choices depending on your priorities!
If you are mostly concerned with blender portability, go with the Greecho blender. It is incredibly small and lightweight, and one of the options that’s the easiest to carry around on a daily basis. It might not have the best battery life, but this is one of a few blenders that can easily fit into your car’s cup holder.
Plus this blender features some really tough blades that can easily crush nuts, ice, and frozen fruits, as long as you make sure they’re cut up into tiny pieces.
In case you want something with amazing battery life, your best option is the Redmond portable blender. With a 5000mAh li-ion battery, this blender has the best battery life out of the bunch. And it’s a USB blender, so you can easily recharge it with just your power bank or laptop, so it’s super convenient to use on the go.
Additionally, the Redmond blender features tough stainless steel blades that will easily crush ice, fruit, and nuts. The battery life indicator lets you know when it’s time to charge up the blender and the borosilicate glass cup is perfectly suitable even for hot beverages!
Those of you that are looking for a powerful home-style blender in a more portable packaging should be happy with the BlenderX. It is a very powerful blender that you can use both at home and on the go, thanks to the rechargeable battery.
It is quite heavier and bulkier than most of the other portable options, and you can’t charge the blender with a USB. But if you want to full horsepower of a home-style blender that you can take outside with you, this is by far the best option you can get.
You can see the prices and more photos of all these portable blenders on Amazon. And check out our related posts for ideas on other portable gadgets that will make your everyday life and travels a bit easier!