The Breville Super Q blender might just be the best blender available today.
If you’re looking for a supremely high-quality blender and/or Breville blender that can do it all—from preparing delicious fruit smoothies and green smoothies to whipping up decadent salad dressings and grinding nuts and seeds—you’ll find all this and much more in the Breville Super Q!
Watch the Breville Super Q Blender in Action in This Video
Breville Super Q Blender Benefits and Features
The Breville Super Q is a commercial-grade blender designed for the home kitchen, making it especially powerful and versatile. Packing an 1,800-watt and 2.4-horsepower motor, the Super Q boasts the highest possible motor rating. Its blade tip reaches top speeds of 186 miles per hour.
A digital interface provides simple selection for 12 speed modes, delivering advanced texture optimization for smoother and softer textures. Five one-touch speed modes get you enjoying smoothies, green smoothies, soups, frozen desserts and crushed ice (pulse) in no time!
This blender comes with a 68-ounce BPA-free hard plastic container and 24-ounce personal blender cup with separate blades for smaller batches. You can even take this personal blender cup on the go!
Featuring a 10-year limited product warranty, the Breville Super Q measures 8.2 inches wide x 10.6 inches deep x 18.1 inches high.
It is also packaged with a tamper, spatula and hardcover recipe book.
Vitamix Vs. Breville
In offering his take on the Vitamix vs Breville blender comparison, Fruitarian Store creator Brian Rossiter can state that, based on his experience in using three Vitamix models, the Breville blender definitely comes out on top.
Here are the key reasons why. Brian Rossiter’s Vitamix 5200 blender, containing a tall container, was his first high-powered blender, and it performed very well overall but struggled to blend grape skins well. It wasn’t until he bought a Vitamix 6500 blender, containing a short container, that he realized grape skins could actually be blended better, with this model turning grapes into a thick and flowable juice, enabling him to enjoy grape smoothies much more regularly. His Vitamix 6500 blender, however, didn’t measure up to his Vitamix 5200 in blending nuts and seeds when making salad dressings. His Vitamix 6500 blender was also hard to work with when it came to blending salad dressings and sauces that would run about 12 ounces or less.
With Brian Rossiter’s Breville Super Q blender, however, everything comes out as world-class blends and mixes.
Which is what you’d expect for any blender fetching about $500.
Based on his experience, Brian Rossiter can state that this Breville blender is a cut above any Vitamix blender he’s owned or used.
What Is the Best Blender?
If you’re in the market for a new blender, you certainly might be wondering: What is the best blender?
When Brian Rossiter purchased his Breville Super Q, he was immediately impressed by how well it tackled every job he threw at it. He made fruit smoothies, green smoothies, nut- and seed-based salad dressings, sauces such as sun-dried-tomato-infused marinara sauce and ground up nuts and seeds, and, in every case, the Super Q proved to be up to the task.
In fact—after owning Vitamix 5200 and Vitamix 6500 models as well as using another Vitamix model, Blendtec WildSide blenders and Waring blenders while working at two raw cafés for two years in the mid-2010s—the Breville Super Q blender is the only blending machine Brian Rossiter could ever say this about.
Thus, based on his experience in owning and using other high-powered blenders since June 2010, he can answer the question “What is the best blender?” by pointing to the Super Q.
Breville Vac Q Review
As good as it is, the Breville Super Q blender is able to deliver even better blends when you use the Breville Vac Q attachment. The Breville Vac Q is an easy-to-operate vacuum pump that extracts the air from the jug for a blend that is extra smooth, extra creamy and extra tasty.
Brian Rossiter used his Super Q blender for several days before a Vac Q fan tipped me off on social media that this attachment is a worthwhile investment. From his first green smoothie made using this tool, Brian Rossiter was a believer!
The Super Q blender and Breville Vac Q have combined to make simply the best blender-made raw food recipes Brian Rossiter has ever enjoyed!
See the Breville Vac Q in Action in This Video
How to Use a Breville Blender
The Super Q blender is a breeze to use. Five speed modes programmed into this high-speed blender are just a push of a button away:
• Pulse chopping (crushed ice)
• Green smoothies
• Frozen desserts
If you desire greater control, 12 additional speed modes are built in to the Super Q. These encompass two speeds each for these six functions:
How to Clean a Breville Blender
Cleaning a Breville blender such as the Super Q model is a cinch! Simply add 2 to 4 cups of warm or cold soapy water to your blender container and press the dedicated clean button. A minute later—voila!
To keep your blender container looking like new, be sure to clean it after each use.