OmniBlend vs Thermomix
The Lemon Test
At OmniBlend Australia we decided to compare the OmniBlend to the Thermomix. While the OmniBlend heats soup by sheer friction from the speed of its blades (run on high for 4 minutes or more) the Thermomix incorporates a dedicated heating element, which supplies it with more functions than an ordinary blender. However in our test we wanted to see how the Thermomix compared as a stand alone blender. Real world testing is the only way to establish a genuine benchmark, so we devised, ‘The Lemon Test’, a simple way to provide an accurate and repeatable comparison between two machines. Watch the full test below. filmed with no cuts or edits.
After a 60 second blend, the Thermomix left 4 times more pulp than the OmniBlend. The commercial grade OmniBlend pulverises not only lemons, but nuts, seeds and leafy greens releasing more nutrients and more flavor. The OmniBlend simply makes smoother smoothies.
OmniBlend is manufactured by JTC, a Taiwanese and Chinese company. JTC has 35 years of experience creating electrical appliances and components. They have built and refined the OmniBlend over 19 years and it is sold in over 90 countries. The OmniBlend is a commercial grade machine used in restaurants, cafés and smoothie bars – bringing professional quality smoothies and drinks into the home – for not much more than the price of a domestic retail blender. OmniBlend’s popularity has led to the creation of many fake copies. In Australia, only ‘OmniBlend’ brand machines are genuine JTC blenders.
The Benefits of OmniBlend’s Power
The OmniBlend can grind coffee, whole grains into flour, heats soup by friction, makes nut milk and butters, humous, baby food, crushes ice for slushies and has numerous other applications. See our What can the OmniBlend make? page.
Treat yourself to a professional machine that will complement your kitchen and improve your health for years to come. Buy a genuine OmniBlend today.