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03-11-2007, 10:52 AM
ANy suggestion on which one will hold up? I am guessing vitamix will. anyone have a waring blender? I have a juiceman juicer, I am buying a dehydrator. I need a good blender.
Thanks for any suggestions.
If money is not an issue the VitaMix is by far the best, fastest, easiest blender I've ever used. Something that used to take me a lot of time (10 to 15 minutes of start and stop) using my $89 blender now takes 20 seconds with ease in the VitaMix. I would also suggest buying it from Alissa, a good way to say thanks for this board.
03-11-2007, 11:55 AM
I second Doe's post. I had an Oster, which was okay, but shoot! The VM does wonders! I love it!
03-11-2007, 05:18 PM
A good friend of mine has a VM, but I just couldn't afford it. I found the Kitchen Aid Pro Line blender and have been a very happy camper. We had "blender wars" and they pretty much tied. The Kitchen Aid one isn't all that cheap either, but it's probably $150-200 cheaper than the VM.
03-11-2007, 10:11 PM
I have a Cuisinart Smart Power Blender (thats it there in my avatar. Well, not my actual blender, but I did a Yahoo! search for a picture of a Cuisinart Smart blender and put it in my avatar). Mom's concerned that I'm going to break it with all my smoothies (she calls them "green slime!" :D) and I'm thinking about buying a VM.
I love my L'Equip blender. I borrowed a VitaMix to compare (before buying a blender) and my L'Equip does just as well and was cheaper!!
03-12-2007, 01:28 AM
This is my second Vita-Mix......
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