Magic Bullet Express 17-Piece High-Speed Blender Mixing System

┬áMagic Bullet Express 17-Piece High-Speed Blender Mixing System From E.Mishan & Sons, Inc. Color: Silver Brand: Magic Bullet Model: 7712.00 Dimensions: 11.00″ h x 9.00″ w x 13.00″ l, 14.00 pounds Power base, 2 blades, 2 bullet cups, 4 mugs with lip rings, 2 shaker/steamer tops, 2 lids, and a recipe book Replaces a food processor, blender, and coffee grinder; simple to operate Can do virtually any job in the kitchen in 10 seconds or less Microwave- and freezer-safe cups and mugs; dishwasher-safe parts Measures approximately 4 by 4 by 10 inches; 1-year limited warranty Taking up no more space on the counter than a coffee mug, this convenient mixing system replaces a food processor, blender, and coffee grinder. Keep it handy on the countertop for instant meals and snacks. The 17-piece set includes a high-torque power base with a stainless-steel cross blade and flat blade, a tall and a short bullet cup, four party mugs with colored lip rings, a shaker top and a steamer top, two stay-fresh re-sealable lids, plus a 100-page Magic Bullet “10 Second Recipe” book. Simple to operate, just load the ingredients into the short cup, the tall cup, or one of the four mugs. Twist on the cross or flat blade, place the bullet on the power base, and press down. The high-speed blender can do virtually any job in the kitchen in 10 seconds or less. To heat or chill, place the Magic Bullet cup or mug in the microwave, refrigerator, or freezer. All parts except for the power base clean up easily by hand or in the dishwasher. The blender measures approximately 4 by 4 by 10 inches and caries a one-year limited warranty. For the most part, anything that is advertised on those infomercials over-promises or fails to deliver. I ordered a Magic Bullet anyway because it seemed to be just the sort of kitchen appliance that I needed…small, safe and useful. I crossed my fingers and ordered one. When the package arrived, it was packed nicely in a large case containing all the parts and accessories as advertised; mixing cups, drinking/mixing mugs, small blender attachment, juicer attachment, shaker cups, two receipe books, an instruction manual, blades and motor base. Basically, the Magic Bullet is a small compact blender that is turned on it’s head. Instead of putting items from the top and blending/chopping them, you put the contents in a holding cup and twist on the cap/blade. This whole unit is then placed upside down on the base and you turn it on. After the contents are processed, you take the unit off the base and twist off the blade/cap. A great and ingenious idea. But the big question is, does it work as advertised? The surprising answer is yes. I’ve had this unit for about a month and a half now and am thoroughly surprised at how nice it works. I have made smoothies that not only rival the local juice bars, but the product tastes better and is a snap to make. I have also made personal servings of soup and vegatable smoothies. Making a tuna-egg-mayo spread was blended very nicely and the whole family ate it up in a couple of days. To get this unit to work as it was intended has to do with reading the manual. It states very clearly that there are certain ways to load your mixing cup. In cases where things do not get blended or are stuck at the top of the cup, the instructions tell you to take the blending cup off and to tap it a few times to get all the contents to the bottom. There is no problem in overheating *if you read the manual*. About 90% of the jobs can be done in about 10 seconds or less by using the pulse method. If you continuously blend/chop and leave it on like a regular blender, it will overheat and possibly break the unit. Nothing needs to be processed for more than 30 seconds so this is a moot point. Clean-up is one of the best features of this appliance. Just run the mixing cups and blades under water with a little soap, and you are done. This unit is so easy to use that our family uses it on a daily basis. As far as the cost is concerned, it may seem alittle on the steep end, but the Magic Bullet pays for itself in no time at all. It has many useful features which allow you to use it as a coffee grinder, a chopper, a blender, a smoothie maker, a sandwich spread maker, soup mixer, etc. I have never used a small kitchen appliance as much as I have used the Magic Bullet. The big blender made by ——-, which has been sitting on the shelf for many years is now officially retired. A few minutes of your time in reading the manual will help you dodge any bullets in using the Magic Bullet.

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