I used to go through blenders like I go through wall calendars. Not any more! I purchased this commercial-quality 1,560-watt blender back in 2007 and it’s still going strong.
The first thing I made in the blender was my a protein shake: 75g of Nitrean, 1/2 cup raw oats, 16 ounces of water and lots of ice. I threw all the stuff in the blender, put the lid on and hit the “Smoothie” button. The blender automatically speeds up and slows down to make sure everything is mixed, and then stops when it’s done. The blender only ran for about 15 seconds, and I thought “There’s no way all that ice is crushed!” There was not a single ice chip left, and the mixture was perfectly smooth and consistent. My old blender took forever to crush ice, and even then there were always a few large chunks of ice. Hundreds of shakes later, I’ve never even once had a shake fail to blend this perfectly. No kidding.
Just for fun, I put a bunch of ice in the blender and hit the “crush ice” button. It didn’t just crush the ice, it turned it into powdered snow. I’m serious, I made a snowball out of it. You can make snowcones with this machine.
During my workouts I often sip on 4 scoops of lemon Xtend in water. I put all that in the blender along with a bunch of ice and it makes an awesome lemon slushy in seconds.
The blender also comes with a very nice 246-page recipe book. The book is full color, has lots of pictures and is printed on glossy pages. It’s packed with all kinds of recipes, from drinks to bread (you can make dough with this blender). There are quite a few healthy recipes, too.
It’s not an inexpensive blender, but it’s worth every last cent.
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