Blenders are an ever-popular kitchen accessory.
Once, they were an attachment that stayed unused in the kitchen cupboard but now everyone has to have the latest, best, and fastest model.
Throw in some ice, frozen fruits and berries and maybe a dash of protein powder for the fitness addicts and you're on your way to a quality smoothie.
But when you're shopping and faced with shelves of blenders with prices ranging from $20 - $200, how can anyone possibly know which one to choose?
Just like other appliances, some are worth the price and some just aren't.
Consumer New Zealand chief executive Sue Chetwin joined Paul Henry to help decipher which ones are worth it.
Watch the video for the full interview with Sue Chetwin.