Good deal on a single serve Hamilton blender... anyone have this one?

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  1. Nyce

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    have that exact one. works on proteins and powders

    i liked my magic bullet more

    the hamilton one is real weak, cant get wet powder off the sides well, takes forever to blend a banana, PB doenst blend well

    imo dont get it
    buy something a lil more expensive. i highly recommend the magic bullet
     
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    :bowdown: thanks... that was my concern..
     
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    i recommend you get something made from glass and not plastic, plastic containers start to smell no matter how well you clean them, glass is much easier to deal with. I also went through like 3 cheap blenders before i finally just bought something decent.
     
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    i have one of those. The bottom where the blades and plastic meet is kind of hard to clean since you can't really reach your hands all the way in. But other than that, it works great. It just starts smelling after a while.
     
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    I have one.. its cheap, blends well enough as long as you have enough water in there. I use it when I am too lazy to bust out my real blender. Only gripe is the thing will smell of burnt oil or something if you stress it. For $13 it does its job and I am going to buy another to leave at work and not care about.
     
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