The Breville Boss To Go Sport is a fairly compact personal blender that's very easy to clean and is quite versatile. It can make smooth smoothies with a nice consistency and can also be used to make great nut butter. Its blade can crush ice fairly quickly too, which is great for cocktails. Unfortunately, it isn't recommended for hot blending, so it shouldn't be used for hot mixes like soup. Overall, it's extremely well-built and feels like a premium blender that's well-suited for personal servings.
The Breville Boss To Go is a decent overall multi-purpose blender. It does a very good job for smoothies and almond butter and is also good for crushing ice for your favorite cocktails. However, it's aimed to be more of a personal blender and doesn't have a very high capacity. It can't do hot blends and isn't suitable for soups.
The Breville Boss To Go is excellent at making smoothies and protein shakes. This extremely well-built blender processes ingredients very well down to a smooth consistency. It's also quite easy to handwash after smoothies and its parts are dishwasher-safe if you place them on the top rack.
The Breville Boss To Go is good at crushing ice. The result is of very good quality, although it takes a tiny bit of time to do as you need to crush a limited amount of ice cubes at the same time so the blades don't jam.
The Breville Boss To Go isn't recommended for hot blends and isn't suitable for soups.
The Breville Boss To Go has great overall performance across the board but is more geared for individual servings as its largest jar is only 23 ounces. On the upside, it's very sturdy and can easily be washed by hand or in the dishwasher.
The Breville Boss To Go isn't too big and can easily be stored in a cupboard, or stay on a kitchen counter. You can also detach the jar to make it easier to store.
The build quality of this blender is amazing. Unlike the Ninja Nutri Ninja Auto-iQ, this personal blender has a metal base that feels very durable and sturdy. The transmission is also made out of metal and even the jars feel quite premium.
The main jar has a 23-ounce capacity, which isn't ideal for very large servings but should be fine for a single person. You can also put it on the top rack of a dishwasher for safe and easy cleaning. If you're looking for a personal blender with a slightly larger main jar, check out the NutriBullet Pro.
The Breville Boss to Go Sport comes with an additional 15-ounce jar that is dual-walled insulated, which explains why it's heavier than the main jar. This will help keep your drink either cold or hot. You can also put this jar on the top rack of a dishwasher for safe and easy cleaning.
The blades of the Breville Boss To Go are quite sharp, although not as sharp as other blenders coming from brands like Ninja. While you can't remove the blade to clean under it, you can safely put them on a dishwasher's top rack for cleaning.
The lid is attached to the blade, so you can't add anything while you're mixing. It screws on the jar and then needs to be attached to the blender's base. After you blend, you can put the blade lid in the dishwasher and put a drinking lid on the same jar and bring it on-the-go.
While this blender has a circular track underneath its base to store the cable, it's quite hard to fully push it in, so you might have trouble stowing it away. On the upside, the cable should be long enough for you to reach your power outlets.
The Breville Boss To Go has a single speed, which is very fast and quite loud. You need to twist the cup to the 'Liquify' notch to make it blend. While the manufacturer advertises a pulse mode, it's more like turning the blender on and off than an actual dedicated pulse function. You need to twist the cup to 'Liquify' and back to the off state to pulse. If you prefer an easier-to-use pulse mode, check out the Magic Bullet Mini.
This blender produces a great almond butter. You can quickly process the nuts in about a minute, but we experienced a layer of unmixed crushed almonds above the butter, so we needed to open the jar and mix it so that the top layer of uncrushed nuts would blend into the butter. The result is fairly smooth with a nice stickiness. It's a bit grainier than the butter you can make with the Vitamix A2300 but still has good spreadability.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport can produce very smooth and fresh smoothies. The manual recommends using smaller chunks of banana than what we use, but our result is still quite enjoyable. The mix doesn't have any foam and has a nice color. It's very quick to prepare and it does a good job processing fibrous ingredients like kale.
Update 09/23/2020: We've tested the additional jar. The review has been updated to reflect those changes.
If you use the smaller 15-ounce jar for a smoothie, the result is great but significantly foamier than the 23-ounce jar. On the upside, it's still very good, there are no unprocessed chunks or grains of any ingredients and it's very fast to make.
This blender has a good overall performance when it comes to crushing ice. It doesn't take too long for the blender to give you bar-quality ice, although you might want to use fewer cubes at a time to make sure they can be properly crushed.
This blender doesn't have any specific programs or modes.
Cleaning the Breville Boss To Go is quite easy as its jars and blade assembly are dishwasher-safe if you put them on the top rack. If you want to handwash it, you can use warm water with soap, but if you want to use its blending mechanism to wash the interior of the jar, the manufacturer recommends using cool water due to pressurization. Almond butter is a bit harder to clean, as you need to let the leftovers soak for a few minutes. If you're looking for a personal blender that's easier to hand wash, check out the NutriBullet PRO 1000 or the Ninja Nutri Ninja Pro.
The Breville Boss To Go doesn't have any extra features, which might disappoint those who'd like to make hot blends. It only comes with an extra 15-ounce personal jar.
The Breville Boss To Go comes in two different variants. We reviewed the Sport model, but there's also a Boss To Go Plus, which comes with an extra Mill & Grind stainless steel container and lid. We expect the performance of these models to be fairly similar, but if you have a Breville Boss To Go blender that differs from ours, let us know in a discussion thread below and we'll adjust our review.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport is a good personal blender, especially for smoothies and shakes. As its name indicates, it's great if you want to bring your mixes on the go thanks to their drinking lids that fit its jars. It's also quite good at making nut butter or even crushing ice. Unfortunately, if you need a blender with a high-capacity jar, you may need to look elsewhere.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport is a better overall personal blender than the NutriBullet PRO 1000. The Breville has a better build quality. While the NutriBullet struggles to make almond butter, the Breville produces a sticky, spreadable butter. It also does a better job incorporating fibrous greens like kale into the mix, making it a better option for smoothies. While the Breville's parts are entirely dishwasher-safe, unlike the NutriBullet, the NutriBullet is easier to hand wash after making stickier messes like nut butter.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport is a better personal blender than the Ninja Nutri Ninja Auto-iQ. The Breville has a better build quality, and it produces almond butter that has a better texture with no unprocessed nuts. The Breville makes better, silky-feeling smoothies. However, the Ninja is easier to clean and it can produce bar-quality ice in less time.
The Vitamix 5200 is a better overall blender than the Breville Boss To Go Sport. The Vitamix is more powerful and does a better job of crushing ice and is easier to clean. It's also a full-size blender that has a much higher jar capacity, but it doesn't oxygenate smoothies, which is good. On the other hand, if you're doing a lot of smoothies, the Boss To Go's smaller personal jars and to-go drinking lids might be a better option for you.
The Ninja Foodi Power Nutri DUO is a better personal blender overall than the Breville Boss To Go Sport. The Ninja makes better almond butter, smoothies, and crushed ice. It's also easier to clean and comes with two personal jars. However, the Breville feels better built.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport is a better, more versatile personal blender than the NutriBullet Pro. The Breville is better-built, and unlike the NutriBullet, it can crush ice. The Breville is also better for making smooth, spreadable almond butter. That said, the NutriBullet comes with a slightly larger personal jar, which some users may prefer.
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 Breville Boss To Go Sport is a much better blender than the Magic Bullet Mini. The Breville feels extremely well-built, can crush ice, and produces a much better smoothie and nut butter. Its blades are also dishwasher safe, which is nice. However, the Magic Bullet has an easier-to-use pulse mode, and it comes with a small jar for salsas and dips.
The Breville Boss To Go Sport is a better personal blender than the Hamilton Beach Single-Serve Blender. The Breville is better-built, and unlike the Hamilton Beach, it can crush ice and make spreadable almond butter. It also comes with an additional jar, and it makes a better smoothie. That said, the Hamilton Beach is easier to clean by hand.
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