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Hamilton Beach 51101R Single Serve Blender

Hamilton Beach 51101R Single Serve Blender

BY HAMILTON BEACH

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Hamilton Beach 51101R Brand New Includes One Year Warranty The Hamilton Beach 51101 is a single serve blender which is used for smaller quantity of smooth refreshment. This model contains 175 watts of efficient powerful motor which gives an extreme performance for making smoothies, shakes, baby formula, marinades and salad dressings. It has durable, stainless steel cutting blades that easily blends smoothies and shakes and its sturdy base rests on any surface. This serve blender features a drinking lid with spout allows for easy sipping and the jar and lid are dishwasher safe. It has a convenient wrap-around cord which tucks away for easy storage. The blender has a simple one-touch belnding operation with on/pulse button. 51101 Features: Single-Serve Blender Efficient 175-Watt Motor - Provides Power & Reliable Performance Durable Stainless Steel Cutting Blades - Easily Blends Smoothies & Shakes Drinking Lid w/ Spout - Allows For Easy Sipping One-Touch Blending - w/ On/Pulse Button Convenient Wrap-Around Cord - Tucks Away For Easy Storage Jar & Lid Are Dishwasher Safe Fits in Most Car Drink Holders Sturdy Base Rests on Any Surface Ideal Compact Design Easy to Store & Clean see more...

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Hamilton Beach 51101R Single Serve Blender
Hamilton Beach 51101R Single Serve Blender
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Sarah M.
Clearfield, UT
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How much you'll love this blender depends on what you're doing with it. If you're mixing a protein shake with just milk and powder, you'll love it. If you're mixing frozen fruit, juice and yogurt, you'll want to slam your head against the wall. The blades can cut the frozen fruit just fine, but they can't manage to cut through smoothie texture. The blades get stuck in the thick drink and the motor runs while the blades don't move. Then you get a funny smell from the odor and resort to adding more juice or waiting for it to melt more. Either way, you aren't going to get a thick smoothie out of this thing.
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