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Old 09-01-2011, 02:50 PM
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BlendTec HP3A Super Powerful Blender

Rating: 3 out of 5
  • Currently 3.0/5.0

It's hot outside. Do you need a smoothie? There are many types of blenders out there to mix 'n mash your fruits up to give you that ultimate smoothie you wanted. One blender comes to mind and that's the BlendTec HP3A.

You really need a good blender. I really mean it. Don't go to the store and buy a really cheap one. Not a good idea. If you buy a cheap one you'll end up hating yourself, believe me. The cheap ones don't do much - well they might do much of nothing.
I'd never buy a unit that cannot chop nuts. You know what you're getting if the blades can really do a number on food. Don't buy those gimmick blenders. They don't blend anything, they do blend you a headache. You know, "why on Earth did I buy this thing!"
I mean really, why would I buy something that'll choke on chopping a strawberry up? The gimmicks always get you with the price. Like $19.95 or 2 payments of $21.99. This unit here's gonna cost you big. Think of it - it'll last probably the rest of your life.
Personally I hate gimmick products. Not all per say. Just most. It's called "shameless promotion." Never buy a product selling it. Do your research first people. Never buy something out of its popularity. Always buy a product that has a proven track record.
Now, we're going to talk about the BlendTec HP3A.

Features: Heavy duty 3+ Peak Horse Power, 1500 Watt motor. Patented blades. Clear non-toxic polycarbonate container. Thermally protected motor, also.

The Good: Break resistant jar at 64 oz. 1500 Watts - 25 pre-programmed cycles. Great model for the kitchen, nice warranty - again -- blends nuts!

The Bad: High price range, around $599.00. Design is weird-looking.

Overall rating of this product. Including cost, performance, brand. "3.9+."

Comparing to other units, this would be a thought-me-over. Would buy!

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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Old 09-06-2013, 02:55 PM
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Blendtec is a great blender. It top of the line.
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