It’s nights like tonight where I love that I can watch what goes on in the development team’s slack channel and see what goes into fixing bugs in the code. Anywhere, here’s a thing so make with the puns and mediocre reception.
Make sure you run it a few times right away if you decide to buy this because the warranty requires an RMA, a receipt and for the customer to pay full shipping to send it back, regardless of the reason it broke (or how quickly).
I recently bought one from Morningsave – they graciously refunded my purchase before I even tried it when I complained about the quick automatic shut off, telling me to keep it.
I gave it to my brother who used it once to make some coconut milk (from grated coconut and water – nothing demanding). He liked it a lot. But when he went to use it again, it only spun sporadically – sounded like it was partially stripped.
Probably can’t be fixed – the screws aren’t Phillips or flat and they are inset several inches. No complaints – I was refunded – but I hate sending stuff straight to the landfill.
I had an Omega juicer run perfectly for 20 years (it didn’t break, I lost it in a move) but it’s not the company it was.
@brasscupcakes@snapster Percussive maintenance should only be attempted by professionals using the officially-designated Percussive Maintenance Surface(s). Improper percussive maintenance will void your warranty, encrypt your hard drive, post your entire porn collection to your public TikTok, change your phone carrier, and upgrade your Amazon Prime account to PlatinumUltraSuperEverything (with autosubscribe to all notifications via text, FB Messenger, email, and browser push). But that’s not all! If you act now, for just an extra $19,999.98/mo, you can get a Personal Psychotherapist to assist with the trauma!
Ok, too much rain in NYC, needed a little excitement (and I have always found Meh to be quite fair about crediting things that just don’t work). Plus, bathing suit weather just around the corner, heh, why exercise when you can pretend healthy with shakes?
My only real reservation is that the manufacturer’s website shows zero replacement parts for this model; if you want an extra blade or jar, your best bet is to order two of them and stash the extra motor in the Evil Overlord Supplies Shed. And, actually, at this price, that may be practical. YMMV.
Excellent price, but lots of mixed reviews out there on this product. I’ll likely just stick with my 600-watt nutribullet, although I am curious if the extra 400 watts would grind those frozen bananas a little more rigorously!
Am I the only one who automatically expects a discussion of electrochemically deposited metal coatings when the word “plating” is encountered? And when the subject turns out to be “food”, the “Flee! Fru-fru-cheffy!” reflex gets engaged because pretty much anybody who uses the term in that manner is more into exquisitely artful presentation than good grub in adequate quantities? I’m all about the gut spackle.
Well, I tried to contact the mfc to see if there was an easy fix, but they just gave me warranty info. Mine turns on but it won’t turn off, I have to unplug it, which is a nuisance and worries for long term use. I guess I’ll contact customer support, which I have always found to be fair, but I’d rather get the machine to work. Any suggestions?