Looking for the best quiet blender under $100?
You're in the right place. We've rounded up several different quiet blenders that won't disturb your family and neighbors within the price range.
Note: These were all within the price range at the time of writing, but prices can fluctuate.
Hamilton Beach Quiet Shield Blender 950W
- Why We Picked This Blender: This blender is the #1 pick for a reason. Not only does it have a build in sound-shield for a super quiet experience, but it's also the most powerful. At almost 1000 watts (it's 950), almost any blending task will be a breeze. Because the jar is glass, that means you can run it in the dishwasher and not worry about leeching plastic or having it absorb odors. It's truly a great value.
- Who It's For: Home cooks who need the most power with the least noise. Not for extremely small spaces.
- Price (At Time of Writing): Under $60 at the time of writing. See current price at Walmart here.
- Pros: Glass jar. Built in sound-shield. Most powerful blender on the list.
- Cons: Most pricey on the list (but still really affordable). May not fit under cabinets.
Black and Decker Power Crush Digital Quiet Blender BL1300DG
- Why We Picked This Blender: It's got variable speeds and a relatively powerful motor for a quiet blender. At 900 watts, you'll have no issues with smoothies, frozen drinks or most blending tasks. The variable speeds give you some control over the texture. It also includes a personal jar so you can take your smoothie on the go to work with you.
- Who It's For: Large and small families.
- Price (At Time of Writing): Under $55 - Check current price at Walmart here.
- Pros: Powerful, variable speed settings, extremely affordable.
- Cons: Some people don't find it quiet enough.
Black and Decker Power Crush Personal Quiet Blender
- Why We Picked This Blender: This blender is small, has quiet technology, yet is still quite powerful. At 700 watts, it's more powerful than the basic Nutribullet which is usually a bit more expensive. Unlike most powerful blenders, it also has some speed control and pulse which gives you some control over the final texture. Finally, it's perfect for morning commuters because you can blend and take the blending jar on the road.
- Who It's For: Single folks, college students, morning commuters.
- Price (At Time of Writing): Under $40. Check current prices at Walmart here.
- Pros: Cheap, Small, Easy to Take on the Go.
- Cons: Not as powerful as bigger blenders.
That's it! Those are all of the quiet blenders we could find for under $100.
For more options that may be slightly outside of the price range, be sure to check out our blender type guide here.