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KATHRYNM
Posts: 19
1/5/13 8:18 P

Thanks JoyceCain and everyone.

Today I purchased the Ninja Professional Blender at Canadian Tire. Hubby and I made some smoothies and we are more than satisfied with our new blender. It is much better than our last one and worth the reasonable price.




JOYCECAIN
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1/4/13 9:11 P

QVC Kitchen Aid, and Ninja.



KATHRYNM
Posts: 19
1/4/13 9:05 P

Thank you Glitterfairy, I'll check out your links. I know I will get to a Target. Thanks Fitmarti, I'll read a bit more about the Ninja.



FITMARTI
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1/4/13 8:36 P

I bought the Ninja



GLITTERFAIRY77
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1/4/13 8:28 P



GLITTERFAIRY77
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1/4/13 8:27 P



GLITTERFAIRY77
Posts: 8,023
1/4/13 8:23 P

I will find some links for you from Walmart and Target. I'm not doing anything else.
BRB.

Generally, I go for Oster.

Edited by: GLITTERFAIRY77 at: 1/4/2013 (20:28)


KATHRYNM
Posts: 19
1/4/13 6:59 P

I'm wondering if anyone could give me recommendations for a good quality, reasonably priced blender for making green smoothies. I have read where the Vitamix or Blendtec are the best but I don't really want to spend more than $150 to $200 at this time. I have a $20 blender right now and my smoothies are rather chunky, lol. I live in Canada but will be in the States next week and can purchase there if necessary.
Thanks so much!



 
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