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2 questions: Where is it made and does it work?
Posted By Roger Simmermaker On 08/29/2011 @ 4:55 pm In Commentary | Comments Disabled
One of the first things you need to ask yourself when shopping for a blender, after finding out if it’s made in USA of course, is will it really blend?
When you choose any of the consumer or commercial line blenders from Blendtec, the answer is definitely “yes.”
All Blendtec blenders are manufactured right here in the U.S., and they’ve made the “Will it Blend” series of videos on YouTube an Internet marketing sensation, with more than 65 million video views.
A glance at just a few of their videos shows that Blendtec blenders have little trouble blending right through various “you don’t want to try this at home” items like iPhones and video cameras.
Do you need a 12-hour lantern? Then look no further than obtaining some glow sticks and a Blendtec Total Blender!
Of course the point is that if Blendtec blenders can so easily blend through all these odd items that you surely wouldn’t try at home, then they certainly will handle all the things you will want to try at home with absolutely no problem.
There’s also a not-so-obvious health aspect to Blendtec blenders as well. If you can make soups, salsas, and smoothies so quickly with the touch of a button, you’ll have to ask yourself “who needs fast food, anyway?”
Whether you’re looking to lose weight, lower cholesterol, manage stress, or gain muscle, Blendtec has all the healthy suggestions and recipes to help you make it happen. And that’s bound to make you and your family both healthier and happier.
If you’d rather make decadent desserts, or some of your favorite beverages or appetizers, Blendtec makes that easy as well. All of their blenders are made in America, so you know they’re going to last a long, long, time through literally just about anything you can throw at them or in them.
Blendtec’s founder Tom Dixon was the kind of guy who grew up spending much of his time engineering and inventing, including putting big engines in little things. Dixon hasn’t stopped inventing better ways to do (and blend) things, and his company is still growing as well.
However, they haven’t grown past their American roots, and you can see a photo of their huge, sprawling, American factory on the Blendtec website.
And it’s not just patriotic purchasing-minded consumers who use Blendtec blenders. You’ll find various Blendtec blenders at various places like smoothie shops, coffee shops, restaurants, and more.
Blendtec blenders are easy to clean too, and wipe clean with just a damp cloth. You can clean the pitcher by simply by filling 1-4 cups warm water and just one drop of dish soap, and press the pulse button. Then simply rinse and dry and you’re done!
Whether it’s mixed drinks, smoothies, whole juices, batters, ice cream, frozen yogurt, milkshakes, sauces, dressings, syrups, breads, appetizers, entrees, desserts, cookies, cakes, or pies, Blendtec has an American-made blender for you that’s up to the task.
Yes, these American-made blenders cost a little more than the cheap Chinese-made ones, but with their powerful 1560 watt motor, to make them last. And you’ll be investing in American workers who make an American machine that will last many, many years through many, many blending cycles.
So if you’re in the market for a quality blender that’s made in USA, Blendtec is worth a long, hard look.
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