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#1 of 9 Old 07-15-2009, 02:25 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My friend just told me about this and I was thinking about buying it. Seems to be similar to the vitamix but less money. I would love the vitamix but its just too pricey. Anyone tried it?
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I'm wondering the same thing too?

 

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OMG I've been wishing for a vitamix, and other than the grain grinding, this looks like it will do everything the vitamix does.

I was at the Calgary Stampede last week and watched a demo and the vitamix is truly an amazing machine, but I can't fathom paying that much for a kitchen appliance!

I think I may buy this one though!!!

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I was up late one night and saw the info-mercial and have been wondering the same thing.

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I like the idea about being able to do paymts too. My blender is not working as good doing the greens for my smoothies. I wish they had it in white so it would blend better in my kitchen.
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I wish they had it in white so it would blend better in my kitchen.
I LOLed at this.

I am a dork.

(it's a pun, get it?? I wish it would blend better in my kitchen?? )

You could always buy a cover for it, or store it when you're not using it.

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I LOLed at this.

I am a dork.

(it's a pun, get it?? I wish it would blend better in my kitchen?? )

You could always buy a cover for it, or store it when you're not using it.
I didn't even realize I said that. I love white. I grew up in the North and everything was so dark and blah!! My DH teases me about having everything white in my house.
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I'm curious as well. The price point is certainly to my liking and it seems to do all that a vitamix would....
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I held off b/c I read some negative reviews on it. Not many but I think I will wait. Google it and it comes up w a forum w people who bought it. I'm sure there are alot of people who are not having problems so who knows.
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