Magic Bullet Express
My Magic Bullet Express Grinder experience begins a while back with an attempt to eat more healthy and shed a few pounds. Okay more than a few pounds. I decided to swap out my soul-soothing bacon and egg breakfasts for protein shakes and fruit smoothies. The first step to this drastic life change was to get a blender, grinder, mixer thingy.
This second blender was fine for the most part. It was quieter for sure, but took a while to do it's job, and there was usually a few banana chunks or globs of something that escaped the steely blades of death. Then one morning the on/pulse feature just stopped working. I have a low tolerance for improperly functioning appliances so I pronounced it dead and set it aside.
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For round three of Man vs Blender, I went online to search around for models with good reviews first. I saw a newer Ninja blender thingy that caught my attention and headed to the store to have a look for myself. Of course, it was not on the shelf. Typical! But what I did see among several kitchen counter space steeling gadgets was this Magic Bullet Express 17-piece High Speed Blender Mixing System. I looked it over, himed and hawed, and then went against my own advice and bought it, keeping the receipt close to my wallet in case this was another failed purchase.
This Magic Bullet grinder is quieter than any blender I've ever used and does a better job in half the time. You can drink out of the same cup you blend in which is another slick feature. You get four cups with colored tops for sharing special beverages. The bladed attachments are quick to clean and the motorized base is about half the size of a regular blender if size matters to you.
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Yes, I would recommend the Magic Bullet grinder especially if you want to make those fruit smoothie shakes to drop a few pounds. It's quick, quiet and worth the price.
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