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

December 23, 2014 - 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 price of that monster, it chops and blends plenty good.The guts might be metal, but the visible parts are all plastic. (Except for the blades and blade mounts). This particular model is a pretty red color and doesn’t feel cheap when you touch the parts. I see they have a 1400-watt model, but if you really need that extra power then you should widen your search beyond Oster.One downside: the parts don’t nest together, meaning the unused pieces take up a lot of room in the…

Fred "green-2" says:

You can use all of your existing oater jars and blades with this one First off, this blender has 1100 wats, not 1000. I too, was not too happy with the plastic jar that comes with this blender. There is a burr on the blades, and like another reviewer noted, the base was not screwed on tight enough, and leaked the first time I put water in it. A good tightening fixed that problem for me. However, since this blender uses the square post that Oster has used since they have begun making blenders, you are not restricted to only using the jar that comes with it. There is a black ring included with the “to go cups”, and I used this ring to attach the glass jar from my old Oster blender. This blender works great with that jar, and blade combo. This blender also comes with a mini food processor attachment. In the end, I am quite happy with my purchase. While the blender looks like it has multiple speeds gradually increasing from slow to fast, it in reality has only 3 speeds. The reverse button is in reverse only as long as you hold down on it,…

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