Oster BLSTVB-103-000 Versa 1100-watt Professional Performance Blender with Two 20-Ounce Blend’N Go Cups

January 31, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Powerful: 1100 watt motor for blending perfect smoothies 64-ounce BPA-Free Tritan(r) Jar, 5-cup food processor with slicing/shredding disk and a chopping blade, Two 20-oz blend’n go cups Control: Combination of manual settings for precise control as well as pre-programmed settings so it can do the thinking for you Reversing: Blades alternate forward &

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Product Features

  • Powerful: 1100 watt motor for blending perfect smoothies
  • 64-ounce BPA-Free Tritan(r) Jar, 5-cup food processor with slicing/shredding disk and a chopping blade, Two 20-oz blend’n go cups
  • Control: Combination of manual settings for precise control as well as pre-programmed settings so it can do the thinking for you
  • Reversing: Blades alternate forward & backward; drawing food & frozen ingredients into the blade giving perfect results time after time
  • 7 year warranty backs up the durability and quality; recipes to inspire creativity in the kitchen

Comments

K. Polzin says:

Well-made, works well. Though this is called a blender, it is actually a three-for-one deal – there is the massive capacity blender, a food processor and a bullet-type single serving smoothie blender. They all share the single motor.This 1100-watt model seems plenty powerful enough, drawing just over 9 amps at household current – not quite enough to dim the lights in a modern house but still powerful enough to chop ice, if not make your own peanut butter. It isn’t the Blendtec Stealth, but at 1/10 the…

WayneChicago "ck1" says:

True Tips for this Garbage Disposal for the Throat So much has already been written, I will simply hit my experience in one month of ownership.It was between this and VitaMix (VM) at $400-$500 (I rapidly ruled out Ninjas based on even their highest level machine having plastic coupling of blade to motor (underneath the cup) and the reviews saying they pretty much crap out suddenly after a few months). I’m delighted I got this for Smoothies. If I was a professional chef, making pastry dough, perhaps I would need the VM. I make…

MM says:

Depends what you are using it for. I mostly use blenders for making fruit/veggie smoothies. I own Big Boss torpedo and it’s pretty beat up and I thought it will retire to twice as much pricy Oster.I was wrong. Torpedo makes the best smoothies, very thick and smooth, while Oster even after 2 cycles makes the very gritty. I use the same stuff (kale, frozen fruit mix, chia, nori, protein powder, carrots and whatever other fruit or veggies I have and feel like).It was ok blending veggie soup as the outcome wasn’t…

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