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Ok, I know another non-maltese topic. But hey this time it isn't about makeup!

I'm thinking of buying a blender and was wondering if anyone could recommend a good one? One that is good at chopping ice? I don't want to spend more than $100, preferably less.
 

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Originally posted by Lexi's Mom@Jan 12 2005, 03:39 PM
Ok, I know another non-maltese topic.  But hey this time it isn't about makeup! 

I'm thinking of buying a blender and was wondering if anyone could recommend a good one?  One that is good at chopping ice?  I don't want to spend more than $100, preferably less.
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I would maybe suggest a smoothy maker... I have this one and love it
 

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Originally posted by Lexi's Mom@Jan 12 2005, 02:39 PM
Ok, I know another non-maltese topic.  But hey this time it isn't about makeup! 
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What's wrong with talking about makeup?


Good question. My blender is old and it sucks. I need a new blender too!
 

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I like the Smoothie maker ones too.. even though mine broke, it was still a great machine, I liked the way you could stir it around while it was blending.
 

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Hmm? I'll take a look at the smoothie blenders. I looked at them a couple of months ago but never bought one.
 

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I have one of those old-fashioned looking Waring blenders....they are supposed to be so good but I hate it! I wish it would break down so I could get a Kitchenaid.
 

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I have a decent blender...don't know what kind it is. We don't use it much. My hubby burnt up the last one making milkshakes. I will look when I get home to see the brand.
BUT, I will agree with Nicole that you really can't go wrong with Kitchen Aid. I don't know their blender price, but I have a stand/mixer thing...and I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Originally posted by tlunn@Jan 13 2005, 01:09 PM
I have a decent blender...don't know what kind it is. We don't use it much. My hubby burnt up the last one making milkshakes. I will look when I get home to see the brand.
BUT, I will agree with Nicole that you really can't go wrong with Kitchen Aid. I don't know their blender price, but I have a stand/mixer thing...and I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!

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They start at $100.
 

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We use the Bamix. It does everything... and I mean everything. I purchased a blender before the bamix and lets say it is sitting under the sick collecting dust.
My mother in-law has a bamix as well.

It crushes ice, makes smoothies,
I use it to make pancakes, fuffie eggs,
I used it to day to grind up my ingrediance for my herbal products body bath
It can grid up nutmeg . It chopping oinions
It is grate for mixing up cake mix..

It makes wonderful drinks
but it is known for making Whip cream ,maionaze and Ice cream. ( i don't buy these in the store anymore i make it in less then 5 min)

We paid 150 canadian. not sure how much that would be for you.

I also has and attachent for slicing things. my Mother inlaw has that part I just borrow the attachment for making apple pie.

What would take you 15min for a smothie would be like 3 min for the bamix.. no kidding.

www.bamix.com
 
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