- Performance (60%)0
- Design (25%)5.9
- Usability (15%)4.9
- Performance (60%)9.6
- Design (25%)9.5
- Usability (15%)8.5
With its cordless design, the OBERLY caters to those constantly on the move. Yet, when it comes to blending performance, it pales in comparison to the Ninja Fit. The latter, with its corded setup, not only boasts a potent motor but also delivers unparalleled efficiency in a variety of tasks.
In our hands-on testing, the OBERLY faced many challenges. Its protein shakes, frozen fruit concoctions, and fibrous mixtures all ended up less smooth and consistent than desired. We also found the blender’s performance with softer ingredients was satisfactory, but it demands meticulous preparation, like cutting them into minuscule pieces.
Conversely, the Ninja Fit shined across all the tests with velvety and even outcomes. More impressively, its superior motor combined with razor-sharp blades pulverized ice in mere moments.
To summarize, when performance and practicality take center stage, the Ninja Fit eclipses the PopBabies. Still, given their distinct designs, the ideal choice hinges on your specific requirements.
Pros & Cons
- Cordless design provides excellent mobility.
- Quite convenient for small batches of baby food and fresh fruit smoothies.
- It’s very easy to charge the battery.
- A great tool for any quick blend that involves fibrous, frozen food, raw nuts, or even ice cubes.
- Compact, straightforward design makes it easy to use, assemble, and clean.
- The blending blade is attention to detail with 4 sharp, sophisticatedly-designed prongs.
- Coming with an affordable price is an above-average quality.
- Its final results were consistently smooth in all of our testing.
- There are extra blending cups included.
- The 175-watt motor is too weak to ensure quick, smooth blends.
- In exchange to its cheap price is a relatively flimsy construction.
- For a thorough blending process, it requires cutting the food into tiny particles.
- Some may find it annoying to shake the blender while it is blending.
- It doesn’t allow for hands-free operation
- A little shaking is necessary for an even blend.
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Tina Pham is a staff writer and reviewer, with five years of experience in the industry. As a passionate amateur home cook, she loves to discover practical cooking solutions, and has made it her mission to bring her findings to every kitchen. Her ultimate goal is making cooking more of a pleasure for all.
Lap is Head of the Research, Testing, and Review Team (RTR Team) at HealthyKitchen101.com, where he directs and supervises the testing of kitchen gadgets and appliances.