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We cannot recommend a $650 blender with such a glaring design flaw.
With 1,725 watts, this high-end blender means business.
Ever wonder what a 1,725-watt blender is capable of? Take a look at these results, straight from our test kitchen.
A significant design flaw keeps us from recommending this high-end appliance
The Staybowlizer is a simple silicone contrivance that helps to steady bowls. It is heat resistant up to 500 degrees.