As a marketing writer at Blendtec, my job is to help convey the incredible advantages offered by our blenders. The nice thing is that with their design, ease of use and sheer power, the machines pretty much speak for themselves—and make my job simple.
But when you see a Blendtec blender in action, it’s only half the story. Every single component has been designed, redesigned, sweated over, tested, retested and put through the most rigorous paces you could imagine. And every smallest detail has a specific purpose and story of its own.
I’m pleased to present Anatomy of a Blender—a little series that tells a bit about some of the lesser-known features and functions of the world’s best blenders.
Feature #1: Curves in All the Right Places
When you set out your Blendtec jar to dry, you’ll get some extra help from gravity. Its curved bottom and drain holes make air-drying much more effective, which extends the life of your jar.
Feature #2: Spend Time Blending, Not Cleaning
Blendtec blenders are smooth all around—from the sides of the housing to the electronic controls. So cleanup is as simple as a wipe or two. Plus, control areas are sealed and protected from liquids.
Be on the lookout for other interesting Know Your Anatomy tidbits in later posts.
Is there something you’ve noticed about your Blendtec blender that makes your experience just a little bit better? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook!