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blender When purchasing a blender, you may not have to get the most expensive one but grabbing a quality one over about 75$ will result in more smooth blends and a longer lasting machine. The cheaper ones will burn out before long and leave chunks of fruit / vegetables left; meanwhile blades from Cuisinart, Vita-Mix or KitchenAid will leave short work of any food within the blender no matter how dense / full of fiber it is. The blades act as a vortez to throw food upwards to make sure nothing stays on the bottom.

01 Sep Posted by in blender | 2 comments

Vitamix 1700 Turbo Blend 4500 Countertop Blender 2 HP

Product Description: This Vitamix blender is a godsend for any home. It will change your diet and put inferior blenders to shame with it’s ability to puree anything. Gone are the days of food chunks and seeds in your shakes. Ice is no problem for this blender as well. Have children? The Vitamix makes it even […]

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27 Nov Posted by in blender | 1 comment

Sale: Hamilton Beach 54615 Wavestation Express Blender

Standard price has been cut to 32$ on the Hamilton Beach 54615 Wavestation Express Dispensing Blender with a 48 Ounce Jar plus free shipping. Very good value from this blender. It has an impressive blade which allows it to perform close to the high-end blenders (and the wattage helps). We use ours to puree food […]

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26 Mar Posted by in blender | 1 comment

KitchenAid KSB560 KPCB348PNP Chefs Blender

Heavy blender users that are looking for a more reasonably priced blending machine will be pleased with KitchenAid KSB560 5 speed Blender, as it comes with a protective Polycarbonate Jar which is easy to clean.  Normally well over 100$, this model is 77$ with FREE SHIPPING at Amazon for a limited time!! This deal ends […]

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