but that's fine by me as I like some texture to smoothies
Tim Bradbury, Amazon
14 December 2014
Summary: First of all, glass not plastic container - a big plus in my book. Second, very unique shape of bottom and blade position (blade is sunk down into smaller area and jar slopes to that) means it is extremely efficient at pulling food down into it - with a tiny bit of ordering things (softer stuff...
Summary: After trying two different Kitchenaide blenders that walked all over the counter and had to be held down while making a smoothie, this one fit the bill. Nothing fancy but heavy and solidly built. After one month... so far so good.
Summary: Seemed like a good quality product. I make smoothies every other day with coconut milk, banana, yogurt, frozen berries and protein powder. It worked very well, no chunks at all. Then today as I turned it off, I heard a bunch od rattling from the base.
Poor customer service, loud machine, poor blade, but, you get what you pay for.
29 July 2014
Summary: Frozen fruit protein smoothies are a major part of my diet routine and on a low budget, I decided to try this blender. I've had it for a bit over a year. The motor is powerful. It will crush a cup of frozen strawberries on low with no problem.