BlendJet review: Does this portable blender really work?

I’m sure you’ve seen on your Instagram feed or some sort of Ad on BlendJet. The compact and portable blender that can be recharged by a USB port.  The BlendJet One has claimed to be the World’s Most Powerful Portable Blender with size stainless steel blades, with 2000mAh battery powering a 5V motor.

We decided to try it out and here are our thoughts

Video directly from BlendJet’s official website

BlendJet Features

-Small but powerful ( high-quality BPA free and food-grade material)
– It can produce about 10-12 cups per charge and it only takes about 1-3 hours to fully charge.
– It can blend about anything including ice
– Single-button operated and built-in safety features prevent overheating and will not operate if components are improperly assembled.

How Compactible is it?

Only 3 x 3 x 9 inches, so it’s easy to bring in your gym bag. I’ve also brought this through Security, while I was traveling. I only travelled within Canada with it, so I’m not sure how the border would do. But it was fine when I went through.

How much does it cost?

$57.95 CAD with 14different colours. You can also look around for some 10% off discount codes. It’s also available in Urban Outfitters if you don’t want it delivered (though colours are limited). Not too bad for what it’s worth.


Okay so I’ve used protein and the built-in strainer and it did help keep my drink chunk free. But when I tried blending frozen fruits and ice, the power wasn’t strong enough. I had to add a little more almond milk, and blend it twice. Even then I had one chunk of blueberry, but the rest of my drink was smooth. I’m sure if I did another blend, it would have been perfect.


You can track your item and customer service is usually really great and they have a 30-day money-back guarantee.


Okay so overall, yes it’s worth it. But you have to keep in mind, it is very small which makes it super compatible( Hence why I struggle to add a full banana in). For the current price, I would say yes. Any more, probably not because of the lack of motor power.

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