Last Updated on December 23, 2022
EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated for 2022.
Blenders are a useful kitchen appliance no matter what time of year it is. However, once the New Year arrives and people are looking for ways to eat more healthy foods, blenders are a popular gadget of choice especially if you want to make nutritious smoothies or the ultimate fluffy scrambled eggs. They’re also easy ways to make salsa, pureed soups, dips and sauces, and more.
You can buy large blenders that make multiple servings and large amounts of food at once, or you might prefer a smaller blender that is convenient for just one or two servings. Well-known name-brand small personal blenders — sometimes generally referred to as bullet blenders — include the NutriBullet, Magic Bullet, or Ninja models.
In January of 2021, Aldi sold a small blender under its own Ambiano private label.
What We Know:
The Ambiano Premium Nutrition Blender (Product Code: 820763) cost $34.99 in December of 2022, $36.99 in March of 2022, and $29.99 in January of 2021.
Glancing at other bullet-style blenders on Amazon, the Ambiano blender looks to be competitively priced, with similar blenders starting in the same price range and going up significantly from there.
Here’s more information on the December 2022 model, according to Aldi:
- Available in Matte Black or Pale Aqua
- Includes an aluminum alloy base (1,000w)
- Features a stainless steel knife with 6 blades
- Includes 1000-mL bottle, 800-mL bottle, lid ring, lid ring with handle, lid with drink opening, recipe book, and quick start guide
On the Aldi website, the March 2022 Ambiano blender lists an address in Houston, Texas, for after-sales service. It’s not clear whether the current blender model comes with any kind of warranty.
What We Don’t Know:
We have not yet gotten our hands on one of these blenders to try, so we don’t know how well it works. Our goal is for open thread posts like this to serve as a place for people to share and discuss their experiences with the blender.
Do you own the Ambiano Premium Nutrition Blender? Share your thoughts about it in the comments below.