My wife has decided we nead to live more healthy and we bought a 850w Taiwan made blender last week.
She read in some book that all the good stuff is in the sead so she like a strong blender that could crush cerry seed’s.
Last nigh she see a quite expensive model on TV made in US and all and ordered it as a 3HP blender.
I was in doubt our electrical instalation could take it, but when we recived it today the voltage and amps turned out to make this a 1380w=1,9hp blender.
The two blenders look like they are made at the same factory with just different branding even one is made in the US and the other in Taiwan.
We are returning on of them, but I don’t know witch one.
the US made on is 37000rpm while the Taiwan one is 33000.
I gues the rpm’s are making some of the powerdiference.
850w VS 1380w, 4000NTD VS 23,000NTD
Witch should we keep?
I’m tempted to try both just to see if there is any difference.
Would be interesting to see how mutch amps they actualy is consuming during hard use.
Edit:I noticed the US blender was rated at 120V and the Taiwan blender was rated at 110V so that means that the US one should lose about 10% of it’s power on a 110V powersuply. I meshured ours to 106 last night.