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A Review On: NINJA BL-700 RC - THE NEW MODEL - DIGITAL - AS SEEN ON T.V. - 1100 WATTS OF BOWER

NINJA BL-700 RC - THE NEW MODEL - DIGITAL - AS SEEN ON T.V. - 1100 WATTS OF BOWER

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Wow! I almost bought one of these the other week when I saw it at BJ's. Ended up buying an Oster instead.
Well, if I saved you from making a mistake I'm happy.
Why don't you write a review of the Oster once you've put it through its paces.
Just a note, I've had a Euro Pro vacuum, and also a sewing machine. While both had really good, functional designs for the task at hand as long as they lasted, both broke irreparably within a very short time.
The sewing machine had less than 20 minutes on it, and the vacuum lasted maybe 3 months. I was SOL, too having lost my sales slip on the sewing machine and the way the vacuum broke, it was not covered by the warranty. I would never buy Euro Pro again.
Thanks for the review, Brook. I'm hard on blenders. and I have to confess that snow cone ice on the ad looked great and something I might want. But I've been on my Waring one for over 10 years now. Before that, I went through almost 2 per year. (I make a lot of frozen smoothies and if consuming alcohol, frozen drinks are usually my 1st choice.)
Didn't know that about EuroPro products, IndyGal. Thanks for the tip.
I didn't try making the sno-cone ice. But was unimpressed with how the unit handled the little bit of ice used in a smoothie.
My last attemp with it was to make a tapenade. What a joke. The machine just drove coarse hunks of olive against the sidewall. I would have had to add at least a cup of oil for it to chop up the olives properly; and what a mess that would have been. Wound up scaping out the hunks and hand chopping them instead.
One of these days I'll have to bite the bullet and spend the bucks on a Vita Mix.
great write up, very informative for the home user, usually find out that most of these "but wait ther's more" info-mercials are the same, a waste of time and money.
Cheers.
EDG