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        Hi.
        I am looking at a Portable blender and I have seen Hamilton beach (the inside made out of flimsy plastic, but has a good reputation) Ninja (a very fine looking and well-made Blender but post after post knocks the its blades and customer services ), and Vitmax ( also very well made, but there seems to be and issue with parts and repair). so where do I go? Oster is a definite NO NO!
        I am going to spend about $250, and everything comes up "junk" and full of problems. It seems like I will be throwing my money away, and that is giving me a headache.

        Reviews about blender can help to find the best machine.

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        For product reviews, check with Consumer Reports or Consumers Digest
         
        Posts: 948 | Location: No. California | Registered: Mar 24, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        Amazon reviews are another good source. They are mixed on the Ninja. I was thinking of getting one, not sure though. If I'm going to drop that kind of cash I'd expect it to be bullet proof.


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