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    Blenders...

    whats the best blender on the market in the $90-$200 range.. Nutribullet 900, Ninja 1100 watt

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    I'm not sure. You might want to try asking this in the Small Appliances sub-forum of the Business Networking forum.

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    Kenmore, obviously

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Z 6 View Post
    whats the best blender on the market in the $90-$200 range.. Nutribullet 900, Ninja 1100 watt
    I use a Nutribullit everyday. Spinach, blueberries, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    I use a Nutribullit everyday. Spinach, blueberries, etc...
    Awesome product! I use it daily as well. Protein, spinach/kale, carrots, almonds. Doots go flying right out of me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Z 6 View Post
    whats the best blender on the market in the $90-$200 range.. Nutribullet 900, Ninja 1100 watt
    Vitamix is the only way to go. Bought the 750 pro a few years ago. Great device that really is very useful. It will sell for more than your suggested price but worth every penny. From drinks to pesto and everything in between. Great device.

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    We got a ninja as a gift and it's an awesome machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighJetsFan View Post
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    actually no.. this is for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklyn Jet View Post
    We got a ninja as a gift and it's an awesome machine.
    Same here, easy to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Same here, easy to use.
    You find most blenders overly complicated or something?

    In my experience, you press a button...and it spins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    You find most blenders overly complicated or something?

    In my experience, you press a button...and it spins.
    LOL, yeah. I was kinda wondering the same thing.

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    I love my blendtec. i know its a heavy coin to spend on a blender but u can literally make a thousand things with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    You find most blenders overly complicated or something?

    In my experience, you press a button...and it spins.
    Would love to hear about your blending experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKasper01 View Post
    Vitamix is the only way to go. Bought the 750 pro a few years ago. Great device that really is very useful. It will sell for more than your suggested price but worth every penny. From drinks to pesto and everything in between. Great device.
    What kind of down payment did you have to come up with? Can you lease one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklyn Jet View Post
    We got a ninja as a gift and it's an awesome machine.
    +1 Great machine and didn't break the bank (see Vitamix).

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Met57 View Post
    I love my blendtec. i know its a heavy coin to spend on a blender but u can literally make a thousand things with it.
    I agree. I have one too and use it for everything.

    Also have a Ninja that I had prior to getting the Blendtec. That thing is awesome too.

    If your not looking to spend anymore than what you quoted, go w/ the Ninja. It doesn't disappoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Would love to hear about your blending experience.
    It's all pretty standard, you see.

    Step 1: I plug the blender into an outlet

    Step 2: I put whatever I plan on blending into said blender

    Step 3: I press the button that makes the little blades spin and blend my sh*t


    Crazy, I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeakejet View Post
    What kind of down payment did you have to come up with? Can you lease one?
    No lease only own. I did save for it though. I usedone in a buddies rest and it was fantastic. Had to have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKasper01 View Post
    Vitamix is the only way to go. Bought the 750 pro a few years ago. Great device that really is very useful. It will sell for more than your suggested price but worth every penny. From drinks to pesto and everything in between. Great device.
    Vitamix is the best you can buy, I love mine. But, in the OPs price range I think the Ninja is definitely the move, it is the one I would have if I didn't have a vitamix.

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