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Baby Brezza Elite Review

A slightly enhanced version of the Baby Brezza base model which won our Top Pick Award
Here are our blueberries post blend. We did not need to blend them the full 30 seconds  they pureed into a sticky fluid almost instantly- perfect for flavoring yogurt or making sauces for baby.
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Price:   $120 List
Pros:  A slightly improved version of the base model Baby Brezza with a digital timer
Cons:  Some possible issues with maintaining the cleanliness of the steamer tank
Manufacturer:   Baby Brezza
By Natalie Hale ⋅ Review Editor  ⋅  Aug 5, 2014
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The Skinny

The Baby Brezza Elite has been discontinued.

The Baby Brezza Elite was an upgraded version of the Baby Brezza base model we did a full review on.

The differences between the Elite and the base model are:
  • Digital timer readout
  • $10 higher list price


Our Analysis and Test Results

One of the features we particularly appreciate in the Brezza Elite which none of other all-in-one machines we tested have, is the digital timer. We really appreciated knowing exactly how much time all the food we were cooking was going to need to steam (as opposed to the Cuisinart and the Beaba, both of which determine steam times by the amount of water in the reservoir).
The upgraded model  the Baby Brezza Elite  includes a digital timer feature. This is a nice-to-have addition that allowed us to know precisely how much time was left in the steam cycle before we needed to begin blending.
The upgraded model, the Baby Brezza Elite, includes a digital timer feature. This is a nice-to-have addition that allowed us to know precisely how much time was left in the steam cycle before we needed to begin blending.

The Elite seems to have limited availability in retail at this time, and may be a product which Baby Brezza is phasing out.


Natalie Hale