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KOIOS 4-In-1 vs. Breville BSB510XL Control Grip Side-by-Side Comparison

KOIOS 4-In-1 vs. Breville BSB510XL Control Grip. One is high-cost but doesn’t deliver as well-rounded a blending experience as the other. Find out which is which.

KOIOS 4-In-1 vs. Breville BSB510XL Control Grip: A Choice of Price


Price at publication
H15.3 x W2.1 inchesH16.5 x W2.9 inches
3.4 lbs (1.5 kg)2.2 pounds
Number of speeds
Pulse/Turbo option
Min speed
11,500 RPM6,014 RPM
Max speed
14,480 RPM13,224 RPM
Max noise
90 dB76 dB
Dishwasher-safe wand
YesA whisk attachment, and a food processor attachment
A whisk attachment, a food processor attachment, and a 24-ounce blending containerYes


Blending Shaft
Build Quality
Power Cord
Overall Design Scoring

Nothing is particularly unique in the KOIOS 4-in-1’s design, but common features like the stainless steel blades and control buttons are built well enough to make the blender itself stand out.

The Breville BSB510XL received plentiful praise from our testers for its overall design. It has an aesthetic appeal that very few others match. They’ve also commended its high-quality materials, which add to the visual attractiveness and make it feel more solid than most other blenders out there.


Ease of Use
Blade Assembly
Overall Usability Scoring

Despite utilizing the same key design features as other low-range blenders such as the Muller Ultra-Stick, the KOIOS 4-in-1 manages to provide a better blending experience.

The Breville BSB510XL really impresses us with its cleanability and an easy-to-assemble blade. Its height didn’t dominate our blending experience, but we did have a hard time maneuvering it due to the tight suction it created.


Hot Soup Purée
Frozen Fruit Smoothie
Almond Milk
Whipped Egg-Whites
Overall Performance Scoring

The KOIOS 4-in-1 wasn’t designed for powerful performance, but it passed all of our tests without much difficulty. As you might assume, a low-range hand blender won’t churn out velvety results, but all the blends were definitely better than we expected.

The Breville BSB510XL is slow to blend frozen foods, grind raw nuts, or emulsify sauces, but the products it produces are well worth the extra time.

Overall Scores

Overall Scoring

Pros & Cons

  • The motor doesn’t vibrate as violently as others.
  • Extra attachments are included for a wider range of tasks.
  • It is easy to attach, remove, and clean the blending accessories.
  • The silicone buttons are responsive.
  • Its durability is backed up by a 2-year warranty.
  • We don't have to sacrifice efficiency for a bargain.
  • It performs with consistent efficiency.
  • It comes with extra accessories.
  • There are many innovative features like ergonomic pistol-like control grip with trigger operation.
  • Non-scratch base helps prevent scratching pots.
  • The whisk attachment brings more versatility.
  • The blade guard can cause damage to the cookware’s surface.
  • The motor rating is 400 watts rather than its advertised rating of 800 watts.
  • The heavy blending performance is limited 
  • The blade housing base is relatively large, making it hard to fit well in certain blending containers.


Simple design and advanced convenience features make the Breville BSB510XL Control Grip a great balance of comfort and durability. Overall performance didn’t quite live up to our expectations for a premium immersion blender, but at least, it is capable of blending frozen fruits, emulsifying sauces, and whipping egg whites.

The KOIOS 4-In-1 isn’t as appealing as the Breville BSB510XL Control Grip, but we think highly of this blender. It shares the same capabilities as the competition but works quicker and more efficiently. Overall, it is a niche immersion blender for people who want something more versatile than a typical one but don't have the budget to get a luxury all-arounder.

Behind the Comparison

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