I don’t have $400 burning a hole in my pocket, and if I did, I probably wouldn’t blow it all on a blender. But if I had $10,000 burning a hole in my pocket, I might blow 4 bills on a blender. If that were the case I would definitely get a Total Blender from Blendtec. This thing is the Darth Vader of smoothie makers. 13 amps, 1560 watts, that’s 2 horsepower in a blender.
Not really a gadget, I know. Bear with me. The other thing that’s cool about the Blendtec, aside from the fact that they have shoe-horned two Clydesdales into the base of the thing, is that they have produced a few videos demonstrating the power of the Total Blender. For 400 clams you would expect that it can do the usual things, like make smoothies out of avocados, green leafy vegetables, and a McDonalds value meal.
Blendtec is offering few of the machines which can help you to create smoothie. Reviews about the such machines shows that a satisfied cutomer give good rank to the machines who have following features.
1. Good blender blade
2. Size of the judge
5. Color and design
as compare to blendtech their are several of the models who have all these features but their price is half of the blendtech price.
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