The design of the silver base isn’t dissimilar from the Smoothie 2Go but much like the Sport 2Go’s elegantly tapered bottles, it’s sleeker and neater. Compact enough to store in even a tiny kitchen, it’s light at 3kg, with a long power cord and non-slip feet.
A control wheel is front and centre, with two speeds for constant blending – a lower speed for starting recipes that include ice or frozen ingredients and a higher speed for more intense blitzing. There’s also a pulse that’s useful for quick bursts of blending to finish.
The blade unit features four stainless-steel blades and is able to be disassembled for more thorough cleaning. To blend a smoothie, the blade unit screws onto a bottle and the whole lot locks onto the base unit with a clockwise motion. Each smoothie needs a certain amount of liquid for the best results and it’s not suitable for grinding ingredients when they’re dry, such as seeds and nuts.