Beast Health is joining the appliance startup block as a new kid, but company founder Colin Sapire can claim to know more than a thing or two about the personal mixer category. In fact, he helped create it. His previous efforts are responsible for bringing the NutriBullet to the world, the device most symbolized in the healthy lifestyle of on-the-go meals. Sapire returns with another personal health device that has been noticeably improved in form and function: the Beast Health B10 Health Blender.
Millennials and Gen Z have proven to be health conscious generations. Full of industrial design and branding, the B10 Health Blender clearly communicates its intention to appeal to a demographic that is typically used to good design rather than an exception (we are particularly partial) to the Pebble Gray version with mango Orange push button).
The lantern-like design of the B10 Health Blender is made of extruded, forged and CNC-machined aluminum and has a matt powder coating. That solid finish, and associated weight, gives the B10 a premium feel that definitely stands out from its cheaper infomercial competitors. There’s also a weight (12 lbs) to ensure adequate downward stabilization while the 1000 watt motor does its magic in either pulse or blended mode. The paddles can rotate at 18,000 rpm for the cavitation to convert the ingredients of solids to a liquid state (if you wish) To learn more about what exactly happens in a blender, this video shows the process in dramatic slow motion.
The most striking design detail of the B10 – a 12-ribbed vessel – may appear purely aesthetic at first glance. However, Beast Health notes that the shape was a technical decision made to optimize the amount of internal turbulence created in the B10 in blended or pulsed mode, resulting in improved blending efficiency compared to a smooth surface interior .
The small size of the B10 makes it ideal for single servings or post-workout smoothies. It offers a range of optional accessories that expand the portability factor. The compact container is also ideal for preparing spices such as salad dressings, dips or even for quickly pulsing eggs for the fluffiest omelets in manageable portions.
Available for $ 138 in Carbon Black, Pebble Gray, or Cloud White, the Beast Health B10 Blender includes a 1,000 ml mixing jar, a drinking lid with a carrying cap, a storage lid, a blender base, and a B10 blade assembly. There is also a selection of accessories to expand the basic kit with additional vessels, lids / carrying caps and a cleaning brush for those who want to make the blender lifestyle a daily ritual.