Breville 3X Bluicer 1.5L 1000-Watt Stand Blender and Juicer - Smoked Hickory
Powerful blending in a snap
- Powerful 1100-watt motor with 10 speeds powers through ice, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and more
- 50-ounce blender jug provides ample room to whip up smoothies and shakes for the whole family
- Five one-touch programs include optimised time and speeds for perfect results
- 2 smoothie programs let you create rich, silky smoothies--no matter the ingredients
- Kinetix blade and bowl system features 2 sweeping smooth blades and 3 serrated blades to create a vortex, drawing ingredients in to ensure silky smoothness
Fresh, healthy juices at the touch of a button
- Cold Spin Technology makes it easy to extract juice from your favourite fruits and vegetables without losing valuable nutrients
- 88mm chute allows you to juice whole fruits and veggies without having to cut them up
- Pulp bin behind the base collects the pulp from juicing so you can add it to baked goods, soups, and smoothies
Enhanced functionality with special accessories
- Includes a food pusher, juicer cover, stainless steel filter basket, filter bowl surround, interlocking safety arm, Kinetix blade and bowl system, stainless steel motor base, an inner measuring cup, a 1.5L (50-ounce) blending jug with lid, juicing nozzle, drip stop plug, pulp container, cleaning brush, and recipe cards
- Compatible with the Vac Q vacuum pump to remove air from the jug prior to blending (Vac Q sold separately)
- 3X Bluicer 2in1 Blender
- Food Pusher
- Juicer Cover
- Stainless Steel Filter Basket
- Filter Bowl Surround
- Interlocking Safety Arm
- Kinetix Blade and Bowl System
- Durable Motor Base
- Inner Measuring Cup
- 1.5 L (50 fl oz) Blending Jug and Lid
- Juicing Nozzle
- Drip Stop Plug
- Pulp Container
- Cleaning Brush
- Recipe Cards
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Of the 58 reviewers who responded, 55 would recommend this product.
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- If you want the best, look no further- January 26, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I was amazed at how this packaged, so carefully, to prevent damage, and that carried over into the actual product as well. This is no ordinary juicer, not even close. And it is not simply a blender. It does all of it. And if you use your imagination, you can do far more than you realize. Let me say that this machine is a beast, and when I did ice crushing, the machine torque was enough that it would fly off the counter if not for the rubber feet. Yes, it’s that powerful! The blade setup is very sturdy looking and proved to be powerful enough to blend anything I put in it. Fruit, ice, and I even tried some meat items to see what it could do, and it did that without difficulty. The control panel is very nice and well lit. I tried to blend but had not engaged the lock bar, it would not let me, great safety feature! But once engaged, the selection you choose it lit and the timer window shows you elapsed time. This is going to be a life changer for our family as we get into doing smoothies and juices at home. Smoothies at a shop are good but very expensive. Doing them at home ensures I know what is in it but also will save bucks in the process.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great All in one machine for Juicing/Blending- January 26, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My wife and I usually make protein shakes for breakfast. We have a high end blender, and we also had a Jack Lalanne juicer that we bought while watching one of his infomercials. We tried in the past to get up get the fresh produce out juice the apples, carrots, and ginger, then we would take that juice and put it in the blender. We would then throw in some berries, spinach, ice, and some protein powder and let the blender do its magic. The shakes would taste great, but then you look around and you have to hand clean multiple parts of the juicer, rinse out and hand clean the blender, all of this while you’re trying to get everyone moving out the door. Eventually you either give up making the shakes or like us we would buy premade protein shakes that had the protein but had all of the extra things you do not need. Along came the Breville Bluicer, not only is it two machines in one, they have really thought about the process and have made it as easy to clean up as it is to make the shakes. So, a Bluicer is two machines in one, it’s a juicer, it’s a blender, no it’s a Bluicer. We made a shake last night and what a breeze it was. We followed the same basic steps as before, but with a big difference. Here is how we did it. We pulled all of the fresh fruit, cleaned and trimmed it, we cored the apples only because my wife has to watch out for seeds. We put the spinach, honey, blueberries, and protein powder in the blender, attached the blender to the juicer spicket. We juiced the apples, oranges, celery, ginger, and grapes. All of the juice drained from the juicer into the blender, all of the pulp went into the catch basin of the juicer, you can save this pulp which is mainly fiber and add it to homemade muffins or bread. Once we had everything juiced, we removed the juicer from the base, put the blender on and blended away. The Shake was a great tasting healthy beverage that we had for dessert. The Breville 3x Bluicer has 3 preset buttons for Smoothies, Ice Crush or Frozen cocktail. It also has 5 buttons for juicing, depending on the type of fruit you are juicing, it comes with a handy chart. The juicer also has cold spin technology that helps capture more juice and prevents it from heating up while you’re juicing. The feed chute is 3.5 inches which will accommodate pretty much the largest apple you can buy. It has a Kinetix bowl and blade system. This is a great way for a family to spend time together creating recipes and eating healthy.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- ...this machine is a snap to operate...- March 24, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] 1) For a kitchen appliance that looks so complicated, this machine is a snap to operate and it delivers outstanding super-fast results! 2) The primary drawback is it's physical size, and the amount of room it takes up to actually use. Please note the photos with the ruler in place to give an idea of scale. In our kitchen, it would not fit on the counter under the wall cabinets. [Photos # 13, 14] 3) The base containing the very powerful motor is rather heavy yet stays put thanks to the feet that serve to hold it against the start-up torque and they do an excellent job insulating against both noise and vibrations. 4) Pay attention to the blades in both the blender and the jucier. They are exceptionally sharp! 5) For fastest and easiest cleaning, we discovered that a tub or sink of soapy water to gently wash and running water to rinse worked best for a sparkling clean scratch free result. Air drying is suggested. We tested this appliance to make two things my wife and I enjoy so much but that normally were not so easy for us to make in the past. The first test was potato soup which can be used a great number of ways. The second was to juice fresh uncooked carrots for a fast "pick-me-up" on a warm day, while at the same time creating from the pulp, another natural soup additive for flavor -- finely minced carrot stock that will cook swiftly enough to add to ramen soups for extra taste for example. This pulped carrot stores well in the fridge or certainly is remarkably easy to freeze. Note: we like to freeze this kind of vegetable pulp in small ice-cube trays and then bag for easy apportioned use as desired. The appliance is extremely well packaged which is always a factor because it's shipped more than halfway around the globe to get to the states. I appreciate good design and this machine is very well designed!! Please note the easiest to "pull" plug I've ever seen! [Photo #6] This device assembles very intuitively easy, and I think it would be difficult to get it to work at all if it was not assembled properly for the operation you wish to do. First time, just follow the crystal clear directions and you'll be fine!! For the potato soup we used the blender and as you can see from the photos the results were spectacular. What would take in the past the better part of an hour to hand prepare, was accomplished in about ten seconds of Bluicer operation. The resulting raw soup stock was delightfully smooth, and cooked in minutes. [Photos: # 7,8,9,10] To make the carrot juice and pulp was even faster. It took the most time peeling the carrots and stuffing the results into the feed-me part of this attachment -- see the photo. The results that you can see, took roughly five to six seconds! [Photos # 15,16] We are looking forward to putting this machine through the entire range of potential uses. What we did initially was to test this against recipes that normally would require long tedious hand work or using our old Oster 10 Speed Blender. The Breville Bluicer makes mincemeat out of the old blender! The resulting time savings is substantial! This is one very well designed, very responsive kitchen appliance that gives every indication of remaining useful for years to come.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- It's a Blender, no a Juicer... it's a Bluicer!- January 30, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Breville’s 3X Bluicer delivers blending and juicing functions or even a combination of the two, when needed (Bluicing). The versatility of the product deserves much praise, especially when/where countertop real estate is limited. Contents received include: • Motor base • Filter bowl surround • Stainless-steel filter basket • Juicer cover • Food pusher • 50 fl oz Blending jug • Juicing nozzle • Drip stop plug • Pulp container • Cleaning brush • Instruction book • Warranty booklet • Juicing speed selection guide The brain behind the appliance is a rather impressive 1000-watt motor equipped with 4 pre-programmed blender settings (Smoothie, Pulse/Ice Crush, Frozen Cocktail and Auto Clean); they are essentially different optimized combinations of power/speed and duration. The Auto Clean does exactly what it says and works well to lessen the blending jug cleanup. Unlike previous Breville blenders I have owned, this jug features the Kinetix contoured blade and bowl system and does not appear to dismantle for cleaning. There are also 5 speed settings for either the blender or juicer function and an LCD window to track duration. For the 4 pre-programmed modes, the timer counts down to zero; using any of the 5 speed settings though will also display a timer that counts from zero upwards instead. Power is not lacking when this appliance is at work. I was very much impressed with the Pulse/Ice Crush or “snow maker” program as the kids call it. The blender crushes ice cubes with ease and style while at it; it starts off with a lot of power and gradually reduces it until the end of the program. The locking arm enhances safety even in the blender mode. While absolutely required in the juicing setup it is comforting to know the appliance will not operate until it has been locked in either mode. An animation on the LCD display window helps confirm the locking status. At 1000 watts, it is expected to roar in either mode but I found the sound levels tolerable. Juicing is very much fun with the Breville 3X Bluicer. One of the selling points for me is the ability to juice directly into the blending jug to make a smoothie for example. If the jug is too imposing, the supplied juicing nozzle helps you juice directly into a container of your choice. To prevent spills, Breville includes a drip stop plug. A handy quick reference card is provided to help select the optimal power setting depending on what is being juiced. The 3.5-inch feed chute wholly accepts most average sized fruits and vegetables. The food pusher is gratifying to use and in conjunction with the stainless-steel filter basket, even tackled carrots effortlessly. A feature I look for in juicers is the ease with which they can be disassembled and reassembled. I am happy to report it is very simple to do either with Breville’s 3X Bluicer, making cleanup a breeze too. Most of the parts are dishwasher safe except obviously the motor base and the food pusher. Did I mention how large the pulp container is? In summary, Breville’s 3X Bluicer is the established manufacturer’s very successful attempt at providing two (essential) appliances in one package. The ease of operation and the results are sure to convert newbies to the brand; previous owners like me also appreciate the quality and utility the brand is known for. I must add that it was their signature plug design got me hooked on my first Breville appliance and I have never looked back. I wholly recommend this Bluicer.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great for double-duty, but needs double the space- January 31, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We've already got a citrus juicer and more than a few blenders--a high-powered "gourmet" blender with more buttons than our microwave, one "standard-sized" blender with a glass pitcher and a handful of speed settings, and a bullet-style blender for single-serve smoothies. Our juicer and larger blenders typically rest on a shelf in the garage or down in a cabinet because we simply don't have enough countertop space for all those appliances, which also means we don't typically make as many healthy blended concoctions as we might otherwise simply because the appliances we need aren't ready at hand. Enter the Breville Bluicer, a pretty cool-sounding product that combines a high-powered juicer with a high-speed blender in one unit. Hmmm...maybe we actually CAN start making those healthier-than-just-juice smoothies without eating up what little counter-space remains??? At least, that was the hope. In practice, the Bluicer lives up to its intended purpose, and it does so really well, but the execution misses the bullseye just slightly, at least in terms of what we were expecting or hoping for. Let's start with the good stuff. This machine is substantial and feels like you are getting a quality product for the price of admission...the metal body and HEAVY-duty plastic collection bowl and blending pitcher are very thick and reassuringly solid (seriously, this is like high-test ballistic government-grade plastic, not the thin, cheap stuff mere mortals can get their hands on). Thoughtful design touches abound like the finned gaskets that ensure tight seals for the blending pitcher's top and spout; a metal swing-arm that definitively locks the pitcher or juicing bowl into place and a readout on the display to indicate whether the arm is fully seated or not; a finger-ring at the back of the pitcher's cover so you can hang onto the top while pouring to ensure that the top doesn't come off mid-tip; pictures of sample fruits/foods that correspond to each juicing speed; and an electrical plug with a hole for your finger so when you unhook the Bluicer from the power outlet, you are pulling on the solid material of the plug's shell and not the cord itself...it's a brilliant little touch of usability and I wish more electrical appliances that are frequently plugged/unplugged would take their design cues from Breville. The design of the Bluicer is such that you can slide the blending pitcher's pouring spout over the juicing bowl's output spout and your fresh juice is fed directly into the blending pitcher while the pulp gathers into the collector tank at the back. Then you remove the juicing bowl and pulp collector, pop the blending pitcher up top, add your additional ingredients, ice, etc. and blend. Juicing is dead simple...start juicing basket spinning (more on that later), feed the fruits/veggies/whatever down the ultra-wide feeding chute (3.5" across), and slowly lower the presser into the chute to press the food into the spinning blades at the bottom. There are 5 buttons to adjust the speed of the juicer blades and a recipe/guide card to suggest the appropriate speed based on the hardness of the fruit/veggies (and as indicated earlier, there's even a picture of common foods above each button for additional help). The blender portion of the equation works as you'd expect--the graduated measuring pitcher has 5 cutting blades at the bottom with four single-touch programs of varying length, speed, and pulse duration/combination to execute: Auto Clean, Smoothie, Ice Crush, and Frozen Cocktail. A small LED readout on the right indicates appliance status (like whether the locking arm is properly engaged or not) as well as a timer that indicates how long you've been juicing, or counts down how much time is left in one of the automatic blending programs. The blending pitcher has a curved bottom that probably helps channel the ingredients uniformly towards the spinning blades, while the blending assembly itself has two "cutting wingtips" set well outside the three inner blades. This setup seemed to help shoot the blended ingredients way up the sides of the blending pitcher when the motor was running. The results spoke for themselves--our frozen strawberries, bananas and ice cubes were blended with the apple, orange, pineapple mix we made earlier into a smoothie drink that didn't have a single hunk of ice left in the pitcher. Disassembly for cleaning is admittedly somewhat extensive (see the photo of all the parts that require cleaning after a full "Bluicing run"), but it's fairly easy to do as all of the pieces "hang" together, vice snap or twist together. For example, the pulp collector's lower edge just hangs on a little lip at the back of the machine while it's held securely in place by the top of the juicing lid during use. Similarly, the blending pitcher has a small catch that simply slips under the leading edge of the Bluicer's base and is held in place by the overlap of the two spouts at the top. It's an ingenious design that makes disassembly fairly quick and effortless even though there are lots of parts to tend to. The juicing basket came clean fairly easily and the included brush was only needed sparingly to get any remaining pulp off the screen. The remainder of the cleanable parts are so slick that dumping the pulp out into the trash and some fast-running water was about all we needed to get everything clean and ready for storage. Fortunately, all the bits and parts that get dirty are also dishwasher safe so you can go with a non-manual cleaning method if you want even greater assurance that every surface is as clean as possible. There's definitely a lot going for the Bluicer and for what it does, it seems to do it very, very well. So what's not to like? Well, for starters, this thing is HUGE...it comes in a box sized for you might expect of a large sewing machine. Sadly, it wasn't a matter of overly-optimistic packaging...fully assembled (i.e. with the blending pitcher attached to the side ready catch extracted juice), this unit will take up at least a 14" by 14" square on your counter-top. But oh, you want to use it too...like actually remove the pitcher from the side, or get at the pulp container for cleaning or disassembly so you can put the blending pitcher up top? Well, then you're going to need about a 2 foot by 2 foot square area cleared away on your countertop to get at and maneuver all the pieces and parts at the back, side and top. I suppose that's not so bad, and if you know what you're getting going in and have the counter-space to burn, more power to you. But in the end, a regular blender and a standard-sized juicer might actually end up needing LESS room on your counter-top than this space-saving 2-in-1 unit! Sadly, there is no blend-and-go container as is so popular these days. So, yes, this unit is BIG and it is great for BIG juicing and blending jobs. But, if you want to do just a small amount of juicing or make yourself a single-serve smoothie to go, you're still going to have a full-sized clean-up to contend with; and that pulp collection bucket is simply massive! We also noticed that while the juicer seemed to do a GREAT job of juicing the fruits we tested, there was still a bit of excess juice left in the bottom of the bowl (beneath the spinning basket) that was not ejected during juicing (picture attached), and the pulp collector also had a fair share of juice floating at the bottom by the time we were done. I guess I wasn't sure what to expect as this is our first juicer that could handle whole fruits, and not just citrus halves like oranges and lemons, but I was kind of expecting the pulp to be a bit less "juicy"...the feel of pineapple and orange pulp in particular indicated that there was maybe a bit more juice that could have been extracted. The juicing procedure itself also seemed a bit wonky. According to the instructions, you're supposed to start the blades spinning, drop the fruit/veggies down the feeding chute, then start pressing down with the food presser to engage the ingredients against the juicing basket. But in practice, even on the low setting, dropping an apple or orange down the chute onto the spinning blades resulted in a bit of pulp shooting up and out the top of the unit before we could get the food presser into the neck of the chute. We learned to keep the food presser in one hand and positioned just barely above the fruit that we held in the other hand just before releasing it; but a small catch or pull-away gate near the bottom that let you pre-fill the chute with a few ingredients and then insert the food presser *before* dropping the food into the spinning blades/basket would have been a welcome touch. Finally, although the Bluicer has only a modest selection of blending speeds and programs, it IS billed as a 2-in-1 that can ostensibly replace a traditional blender as well as a juicer. For this class of appliance then, a glass blending pitcher would definitely have been appreciated, especially as food pulp has a tendency to discolor transparent plastic over time. Note that I did not notice any signs of discoloration yet, but we shall see just how clear and shiny all these parts remain after a few years of use. If you're a health-minded individual committed to adding fruits and veggies into your diet via juicing and blending, this Bluicer will very likely assist you in supporting a healthier lifestyle for many years to come--it's built like a tank and definitely delivers on its promise of providing high-quality, high-speed, high-performance juicing and blending in a single unit. The few issues of note really had little to do with actual performance--in that regard, we have few to no complaints. But given the size of the unit, and the size of the cleanup *regardless* of the size of the job, these are definitely things you might want to figure into your thinking before you drop this kind of money on such a specialized appliance.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.