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.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Ticenmartin,
For product reviews, check with Consumer Reports or Consumers Digest
They make it look so easy on tv, don't they
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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