@xobzoo I told my kid once there are good reasons why some species eat their young. Does this mean I could use this to cook her? (She had responded, “you hate to cook mom. You wouldn’t know how to cook me.”. I told her, “There’s always the internet.”.)
Made with carrots, lemons, cucumbers, and sliced strawberries with their leafy tops still on, apparently.
It’s colorful and makes for an interesting photo, but not exactly a combo of produce I’d ever expect to blend together - for a margarita or really any concoction…
So… I realize these are just giving you options probably. But why would it ever need the dishwasher if it was that easy?
“After use, simply add a few drops of detergent and water, select pulse mode, and blender will be cleaned in just 30 seconds
Pitcher is dishwasher safe”
Also this bothers me.
“Control the time and temperature by turning the knob to achieve different tastes”
The only way this is maybe possible on something without a heating/cooling element is by adjusting blade speed to reduce/increase friction. And a temp sensor.
Which is just running it longer or shorter. Which is just a finer or larger chop. And so I question their AI’s ability to defy the laws of thermodynamics… I mean it can just keep blending till it hits the temp you set i guess? Might be an icy cold shake or a blended to death slurry. Which for a creamer soup is fine I’m sure but a weird way to temp it.
And touch screen? Your control is the knob. This does not have, need, and should not have a touch screen. At least the way we interpret that. Maybe a few 2005 era capacitive buttons? Which are bad.
Bottom line I’m disappointed in meh for this description. If it had a few notes about the obvious BS but because of that we are selling you a very high-powered blender at a discount maybe… I mean I wouldn’t go near it. But.
@xobzoo I mean I just assumed “different tastes” meant more “texture and temp” so I can totally give them that one. Some people like their soup more chunky. Some a fine puree. Same with butters. If it can really do that. Maybe shakes?
You could do something like that with a combination of basic sensors. But the coding would be very meh to accomplish that because of the sensors you’re going to have to rely on. At this price point. It’s still basically down to the user controlling the speed. Like any blender. So…
@unksol Since it’s for smoothies i assume it’s more ice chunks vs less, fruit chunks vs pureed fruit - aka consistency . I didn’t know anyone would have such complex issues with a $39 blender, but I felt the emotion!!! .
I’m guessing this blender is mediocre at best. But the “about” section on their site is beautiful : “Although Emily is busy with work, she always makes some simple & delicious meals to reward herself. After the age of 25, Mr.right’s strong love made her have more expectations for life, and she began to learn more about the meals her mother used to cook. The love is mutual, and this couple wants to do something for their new life.”