The Quad blade blends juices, shakes, and smoothies
The Dual blade mills grains, grinds herbs, and chops nuts
Includes 24oz cup, 18oz travel cup with lid, and 12oz cup
Food and drink containers are BPA-free and dishwasher-safe
Includes recipe book and meal plan with over 100 recipes
Base dimensions: 7.5" x 5.5" (height x diameter)
Cord length: 33"
What’s in the Box?
1x Blending base
1x 24oz cup
1x 18oz travel cup with lid
1x 12oz cup
1x Dual blade
1x Quad blade
1x Drinking ring
1x Storage lid
1x 24 page recipe book
1x Meal Plan
1x Fitness Guide
1x 142 minute Fitness DVD
1x 10-day Jumpstart Plan
I own both a Magic Bullet and a Ninja with the single-serve cup things, so while I don’t have experience with this particular product, I do have experience with the single-serve blender idea. And I have to say, they’re kind of a pain in the ass. The blade assembly screws on like a cap, so basically you have to put in all your stuff, screw on the blades, then flip it over and watch as most of your stuff sticks to what is now the roof. I’ve still not figured out the best order to put ingredients in to minimize this. Smoothies will work decently, but trying something like homemade pesto sauce won’t pan out well. Just something to think about for anyone considering picking one of these up.
I guess I should add that a typical smoothie for me is made with yogurt, frozen fruit, protein powder, and milk, so if you were to just do something like fruit and ice, it might not have as many problems as I do with the sticky and liquid ingredients.
@Mehsturbator When stuff gets stuck to what was previously the bottom of the cup in my Ninja single serve cups, I like that I can just pop it all out and shake it up, loosening most stuff. No worry of any of it coming out as I do so, and no fiddling with a utensil to get anything loose.
@Mehsturbator gravity - heavy items on bottom, then layer lighter ingredients and finish with lightest on top (like leafy greens). Then when you flip it over to blend the heavy items will help push the ingredients down to their destruction as the blade sucks them in…
Bought one from Meh a while ago. I’ve used it for months now. It’s really great for fruit smoothies. It also blends better than my full-sized Ninja (not to mention the Ninja only has 700W, as opposed to 1000W). I HIGHLY recommend this product, especially in terms of shear value. You’re not gonna beat $25 for a really solid blender.
This is one of the best values on Meh. It really delivers as advertised, and it definitely packs a punch.
The only bad thing about it is it’s VERY LOUD!! Just be prepared for that, and you’re good to go.
Strangely enough, my mom was trying to grind up gram crackers into crumbs in a blender, which got us talking about this.
After a smoothie a day for over a year my ninja has worn out. Original blades started leaking, replacement blade causes motor to smell and leave bits of black ninja poo on the counter. I was about to get a new one and then, what is this, Meh to the rescue!! What a grand coincidence. I will VMP that thankyouverymuch.
I see Debbie Downer is on your writing staff. This blender is going to let you down, and deep down we all know it, its just a matter of time before you face up to all of those lies you’ve been telling yourself. Merry Christmas.