Blender advice

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  1. viruswitshoes

    viruswitshoes Brown Belt

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    Looking for a more economic blender comparable to blendtec or vitamix.

    Looking to spend $150 max. No way I'm dropping $400 on a freaking blender
     
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    HARRISON_3 Gold Belt

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    I've got a Cuisinart. They make a damn good blender. Not too pricey either.
     
  3. Blood Python

    Blood Python Silver Belt

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    I'm happy with my 99$ Ninja.

    Not sure how it compares to those though
     
  4. viruswitshoes

    viruswitshoes Brown Belt

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    I had a magic bullet once and it was a pos.
     
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    Vitamix is a beast. Save your pennies for that one
     
  6. Devout Pessimist

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    I paid $29.99 for my Black and Decker Blender at London Drugs and it does everything I need it to.

    I can't see why I would need to pay more for a blender ?
     

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