The Bamix Mono M133 is a handheld immersion blender that's decent for many uses. It looks and feels extremely well-built, and is incredibly easy to clean. Unlike some other immersion blenders, it does a good job at crushing ice, though it does take around four minutes to create bar-quality ice, which is a long time. Unfortunately, it's disappointing for making smoothies and things like almond butter, as it has a difficult time fully blending all ingredients and leaves a lot of chunks. On the bright side, it's very good for making chunky soups, and thanks to its immersion design, you can blend right in the pot.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a decent immersion blender for multi-purpose use. While it's only okay at making smoothies, it does a satisfactory job at crushing ice, creating bar-quality ice in around four minutes. Thanks to its immersion design, it's very good at making soups, and it looks and feels durable enough to use in a professional setting.
The Bamix Mono M133 is only okay at making smoothies and protein shakes. Smoothies made with this blender are disappointing as it's unable to fully process leafy vegetables like kale. After four minutes, the resulting smoothie is foamy and chunky. On the bright side, this blender is good at crushing ice and is extremely easy to clean.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a decent blender for crushing ice. It's able to create bar-quality ice in around four minutes without the blades jamming, which is good for an immersion blender. It also looks and feels very well-built, so it shouldn't get damaged while blending ice.
The Bamix Mono M133 is very good for making soup. While it's unable to blend ingredients smoothly, it's good for making chunky soups. Since it's an immersion blender, you can blend your ingredients directly in a pot, so clean-up is a breeze.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a good blender for professional use. It looks and feels very well-built, so it should be able to keep up even in a commercial environment. It can create bar-quality ice and is very easy to clean. Unfortunately, it's disappointing at making smoothies and things like almond butter, with lots of chunks leftover.
This blender feels extremely well-built. It's made from a mix of metal and good quality plastic and has no loose parts. The metal blade guard is extremely solid and there are no noticeable weak points in the build.
This blender comes with a personal-sized 20 oz beaker. It's dishwasher-safe and is made of good quality plastic.
This blender doesn't come with any additional jars.
This blender has four sharp blades. The blades can be easily removed and swapped with additional attachments, like the included whisk or beater, though we haven't tested this. Unfortunately, you won't be able to put its blades in the dishwasher like you can with the Braun MultiQuick 7's blade assembly.
The lid for the beaker slips into place using friction. It doesn't feature any openings and is only designed for storing whatever you make, as it can't be used while blending.
The Bamix Mono M133 has a long cord that should easily reach most plugs near your counter.
Update 05/21/2021: We originally indicated that this blender doesn't have a pulse mode. However, while there's no dedicated button for it, you can simulate a pulse mode by repeatedly pressing and releasing either one of the buttons. Our results have been updated to reflect this.
This blender only features two speeds, which can be activated with the corresponding button. On the upside, its highest setting is faster and quieter than the All-Clad KZ750DGT.
Due to the fairly low power and speed even on its highest setting, the Bamix Mono M133 is sub-par for making almond butter. Even after a full ten minutes, it isn't able to smoothly blend the almonds and leaves a crunchy almond butter. On the bright side, there are no full almonds left unprocessed. If you want a similar hand blender that's better suited for making nut butter, check out the All-Clad KZ750DGT.
The Bamix Mono M133 is an immersion blender that doesn't come with any additional jars.
This immersion blender is surprisingly good at crushing ice. After four minutes, you'll have bar-quality ice without the blades jamming. If you want a hand blender that's better for crushing ice, check out the Cuisinart Smart Stick Two-Speed Hand Blender.
This blender only has two buttons for speed and has no programs or modes.
The Bamix Mono M133 is very easy to clean. Putting the blender into soapy water and wiping the blades and blade guard easily removes most messes. The blades can also be removed for easier cleaning, but unfortunately, they aren't dishwasher-safe.
This blender works with hot liquids as its included container is heat-proof. Unfortunately, it doesn't have any other extra features.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a decent immersion blender for many uses. Unlike other hand blenders, like the Braun MultiQuick 5 or the Braun MultiQuick 7, the Bamix makes bar-quality ice without the blades jamming, though it does take around four minutes.
The Bamix Mono M133 and the All-Clad KZ750DGT are both decently versatile immersion blenders, and depending on your usage habits, you may prefer one over the other. The Bamix is much more durable and better-built, and it comes with a small jar. However, it isn't as easy to hand-wash as the All-Clad, and it takes a longer time to make almond butter. That said, neither blender can make a very smooth, spreadable almond butter or a very silky smoothie.
The Bamix Mono M133 is better than the Bamix The Original. Both models produce disappointing, leafy smoothies, but the Mono M133 makes better-textured crushed ice and more spreadable almond butter. It also comes with a heatproof jar you can use for blending and a lid, so you can store what you make.
The Bamix Mono M133 is better for most purposes than the Vitamix Immersion Blender. It has a significantly better build quality and comes with a jar you can use for blending. It's much easier to clean and makes bar-quality crushed ice. On the other hand, the Vitamix has a detachable blending shaft, which some may prefer, and it does a better job of incorporating leafy greens like kale into smoothies.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a better immersion blender for soups or professional use than the Braun MultiQuick 7. The Bamix feels better-built, can produce smoothies with a better texture, and can also make bar-quality ice. However, the MultiQuick's blade assemblies are dishwasher-safe, and it produces smoother almond butter. It also comes with several tools and attachments to help you out in the kitchen.
The Vitamix 5200 is a better blender than the Bamix Mono M133, but they have very different designs. The Bamix is an immersion blender, making it a good choice for blending soups directly in the pot. On the other hand, the Vitamix is an excellent full-size blender for all uses but is bulkier and requires a lot more counter space.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a better, more versatile immersion blender than the KitchenAid KHBBV53. The Bamix is better-built, and it feels more premium and durable. Also, it can crush ice, unlike the KitchenAid. However, both blenders struggle to make well-blended smoothies and spreadable almond butter.
The NutriBullet Immersion Blender is better for most purposes than the Bamix Mono M133. The NutriBullet makes significantly better smoothies and doesn't struggle as much to produce spreadable almond butter. On the other hand, the Bamix makes better-textured crushed ice. It's also easier to clean and has a better build quality.
The Bamix Mono M133 is better for soups than the KitchenAid 5-Speed Hand Blender. The Bamix has a much better build quality, and its maximum speed setting is faster. It's also much easier to clean by hand and make crushed ice with a better texture. On the other hand, the KitchenAid makes better-blended smoothies and comes with more accessories, including a food processing attachment, although we don't test it currently. The blending shaft is also detachable, unlike the Bamix's, which some may prefer.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a better immersion blender than the Braun MultiQuick 5. The Bamix can crush ice well, which the Braun fails to accomplish. The Bamix also feels better build and has more blades. On the other hand, the Braun is slightly easier to clean, and while it falls short in performance compared to the Mono M133, it's significantly cheaper.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport and the Bamix Mono M133 are two very different blenders. The Breville is better if you're looking to mix your daily smoothie and bring it around with you afterward. On the other hand, the Bamix is an immersion blender that's better suited for soups or professional use.
The Bamix Mono M133 is a better blender than the KitchenAid Variable Speed Corded Hand Blender for mixed-use. The Bamix has a significantly better build quality and can produce bar-quality crushed ice. It also makes more spreadable almond butter, although it takes a longer time. Nevertheless, the KitchenAid makes a much better smoothie.
The Bamix Mono M133 and the Breville Control Grip have different strengths, and you may prefer either one depending on your preferences. The Bamix has a much better build quality and can crush ice. On the other hand, the Breville does a better job of incorporating kale into smoothies. It comes with a food processor bowl, although we don't currently test it, and its blending shaft is detachable and dishwasher-safe, unlike the Bamix.
The Bamix Mono M133 is more versatile than the GE Appliances Immersion 2-Speed. The Bamix feels significantly better built, and it comes with a 20-ounce jar and lid. It can make more spreadable almond butter as well as bar-quality crushed ice. However, the GE Appliances makes a significantly better smoothie.