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Looking for suggestions on personal blenders (similar to Nutibullet)

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Looking for suggestions on personal blenders (similar to Nutibullet)

Hi guys!

I was wondering if anyone knows a good and fairly affordable blender that I can get? I'm looking for something that's similar to Nutribullet that you can just use the same container as the mug to drink it on (or something fairly easy to clean vs an actual full size blender).

Something like this (although it has pretty mixed reviews on Amazon):
http://www.amazon.ca/Hamilton-Beach-Sin ... ds=blender



Cheers!
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I saw that Hamilton Beach one at Sears today for $9.99 if you wanted to try it. It's decent for that price.
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Why not just get the Nutrillbullet? Seems like that's what you're describing.
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That Hamilton Beach one works just great, I love mine. They do go on sale for less than that, though - more often under 15.
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I would suggest this one. I actually returned another model Hamilton Beach one because it wasn't as powerful; it was alright but need more power that I found in the GNC (225 vs 300W), which is quite significant as the HB got VERY warm w/ extended use and didn't grind up the contents as well. Added bonus is that this GNC comes w/ TWO (2) cups so you don't have to wash your cup right away!
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http://www.gnc.com/On-The-Go-Blender-Bl ... d=53521086

If you're not a GNC member, it's for ~$25, if you're a member, it's ~$19? Further, if you live near Square One mall, grab a $20 giftcard and get the thing for only ~$8 tax-in - that's what I did. Ya baby.

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