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  • Ice chewing blender, makes excellent smoothies.
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    Bought this to replace a twelve-year old KitchenAid blender that burned out from a recent ice grinding session. I considered a variety of different models, but went with the KitchenAid model because of the longevity of the previous blender and the fact that the blender had a glass, rather than polycarbonate, container. The ice grinding mode is a nice touch... it automates that start-stop process you need to get the ice to the bottom of the blender and makes the grinding less laborious. So far, so good.

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    endhaiku November 28, 2011
  • Worth it
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    I'm so happy I finally bit the bullet and bought a more expensive blender. 7 years ago, I bought a $20 blender. It was a piece of crap. This, however, is awesome. It makes smoothies so well. It's powerful and efficient. I personally don't see why anyone would spend $400 on a vitamix when they could just buy this fantastic Kitchen Aid blender. Couldn't be happier with my purchase.

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    mc1080 September 23, 2011
  • Happy with blender
    Verified Purchase

    Had never ordered a refurbished product before. This blender is very high quality. It was impossible (in my case) to tell if this blender had ever been used. It has an extremely powerful motor and blends a smoothie in seconds. I can't imagine having a better quality blender. If anything, it's almost too heavy-duty - if that's a downside.

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    surfer431 August 20, 2011
  • Sub-par Ktichenaid Product
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    This is a nice looking blender. I bought it to match my KA stand mixer. I use it mainly to make smoothies. Although, the motor is powerful but it can't seem to blend everything smoothly. For instance, I have used this blender several times to make blueberry, strawberry and banana smoothies. I put one cut up banana, a handful of blueberries and 6 average size strawberries in the blender. I pressed the puree setting and then let the blender run for 1 minute. When I poured the smoothie out of the jar, I found large chunks of banana stuck on the blade. I also have an over flow incident because the lid does not have a good seal.

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    bargainannie August 16, 2011
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