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[Canadian Tire] Canadian Tire:Magic bullet $29.99 in store

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[Canadian Tire] Canadian Tire:Magic bullet $29.99 in store

Magic bullet half off at cdn tire 17 piece set for $29.99... seems to be $50-60 bucks most other places like Walmart the bay amazon etc.

Edit: 4 days only till Sunday August 11th
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$39 is what CT have for this every now and then, $29 drop happens around twice a year.
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souvik126 wrote:
Aug 8th, 2019 11:09 am
$39 is what CT have for this every now and then, $29 drop happens around twice a year.
Ok well I guess it’s the 1/2 times a year to get it at lowest price
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Fu*k just bought it reg price from Amazon cuz the good food smoothies arrived yesterday
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Pretty good.. prefer the black over the red but it's just a color after all...

I see the more expensive ones at CT ($100 range). Anyone know if it's worth it to get one over the other?
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Electrah wrote:
Aug 8th, 2019 11:29 am
Pretty good.. prefer the black over the red but it's just a color after all...

I see the more expensive ones at CT ($100 range). Anyone know if it's worth it to get one over the other?
The more expensive ones have a more powerful motor. I think the regular Magic Bullet is about 200/250 watts. The Nutri Bullet comes in 600w and 900w.
For comparison, most decent blenders are above 1000 watts. It really depends on what your needs are. If you want silky smooth smoothies, get a proper blender.
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Great for grinding things. (n stuff) ;)
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Thanks! I am going to pick one up tonight.
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We owned like three of these (consecutively). Motors kept burning out, despite not really giving it any abuse. (Thanks, Costco returns policy!)

When we heard Consumers Reports deemed them unsafe because of a piece of the blade coming off during their testing, we switched to much stronger, sturdier (more expensive) Ninja. Soon after, heard of news reports of multiple people shredding their hands on the spinning Magic Bullet blades because the design requires the user to push down on the top to operate it; if the cup self-destructs or comes of the base while you're blending, your hand goes down onto the spinning blades. Look it up on YouTube. Can't believe they banned lawn darts but allow this horror show on the market. Hard pass.
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pdienstm wrote:
Aug 9th, 2019 7:58 am
We owned like three of these (consecutively). Motors kept burning out, despite not really giving it any abuse. (Thanks, Costco returns policy!)

When we heard Consumers Reports deemed them unsafe because of a piece of the blade coming off during their testing, we switched to much stronger, sturdier (more expensive) Ninja. Soon after, heard of news reports of multiple people shredding their hands on the spinning Magic Bullet blades because the design requires the user to push down on the top to operate it; if the cup self-destructs or comes of the base while you're blending, your hand goes down onto the spinning blades. Look it up on YouTube. Can't believe they banned lawn darts but allow this horror show on the market. Hard pass.
Found nothing on Youtube.
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pdienstm wrote:
Aug 9th, 2019 7:58 am
We owned like three of these (consecutively). Motors kept burning out, despite not really giving it any abuse. (Thanks, Costco returns policy!)

When we heard Consumers Reports deemed them unsafe because of a piece of the blade coming off during their testing, we switched to much stronger, sturdier (more expensive) Ninja. Soon after, heard of news reports of multiple people shredding their hands on the spinning Magic Bullet blades because the design requires the user to push down on the top to operate it; if the cup self-destructs or comes of the base while you're blending, your hand goes down onto the spinning blades. Look it up on YouTube. Can't believe they banned lawn darts but allow this horror show on the market. Hard pass.
if the base comes off or cup blows up, there is no more pressure on the mechanism and the motor stops

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