Hamilton Beach 51108 Stainless Single Serve Blender with Travel Lid

December 23, 2014 - Comment

No need to lug out the heavy-duty blender for those morning smoothies, protein shakes, or other blended beverages. When you’re trying to get out the door in a hurry, this convenient blender offers one-person portions, simple one-touch blending, and durable stainless-steel blades for fast results. Best of all, its 14-ounce blending jar doubles as a

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No need to lug out the heavy-duty blender for those morning smoothies, protein shakes, or other blended beverages. When you’re trying to get out the door in a hurry, this convenient blender offers one-person portions, simple one-touch blending, and durable stainless-steel blades for fast results. Best of all, its 14-ounce blending jar doubles as a travel cup, so you can sip from the same container you blend in, which means less to clean in the end. The portable travel cup includes measuring marks up the side, and it fits most car cup holders for safe, secure transport. A travel lid to drink from and a recipe book are included. Great for at home or on the go.

Product Features

  • Stainless steel jar & blades
  • Great for fruit smoothies, icy drinks, shakes & more
  • Blend and drink in the same jar for less mess
  • One-touch blending
  • Take your drink to go

Comments

Charles M. says:

Great value, perhaps not for the dim-witted There are plenty of solid reviews for this, so to put your mind at ease about the others, let me address the one-star reviews.Says one: “Doesn’t work on ANYTHING. Can’t even make smoothies.” Makes you wonder what use the fifty people who gave it five stars have for it. A paperweight perhaps?Two people remark that it doesn’t blend raw fruit or vegetables. If they’re trying this without liquid, they either 1) are not very bright; or 2) have wildly unrealistic expectations of a $20 drink blender.I can tell you that I have bought a lot of these (mostly in the plastic version), because I think they are fantastic and I give them as gifts. When I get a new one for myself, it’s because the old one is kind of gross from a year’s worth of smoothie residue stuck in the cracks.The stainless steel looks nicer in the kitchen, but I kind of miss being able to see what’s happening during blending. A tradeoff…but either way, I promise you can make…

TJL says:

Basic Smoothie Maker 0

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