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Old 07-07-2008, 11:13 AM   #11
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For anyone who has a blender that you like and seldom use and want one that will do the same job as the Magic Bullet, just look for the same size mouth as a mason jar and work it like a magic bullet will do. Mayonnaise containers of the same size that will fit your blender will also do the same job. That is what I use anyway...I used to love to have a magic bullet but I found a solution that works for me instead of buying another appliance.

'Hope this helps.

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Old 07-07-2008, 11:33 AM   #12
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I use my Magic Bullet every day, especially during the warmer months and, let's face it, around here that's most of the year. It's great for smoothies and iced coffee and such. I've had it for two or three years now. No problems... except I needed to buy more mugs because a couple of the little nubbies that key in the slots to activate the motor broke off. No problems though.

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