At $199, the PowerEdge is Cuisinart's most high-end blender. Read full review
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The PowerEdge boasts a sturdy base made of die-cast metal, along with touch-button controls and an LCD counter that glows bright blue while in use. Read full review
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The PowerEdge's 64-ounce jar is made of high-quality, BPA-free plastic. Read full review
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You can remove the blades from the bottom of the jar for easier cleaning. Read full review
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At 8 inches wide, 10 inches deep, and less than 15 inches tall, the PowerEdge is slightly smaller than most high-power blenders. Read full review
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Cuisinart offers a limited three-year warranty on the PowerEdge blender. Read full review
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