The Oster Beehive Blender has 600 watts at its disposal. You can purchase it with a 5- or 6-ounce glass jar in a variety of colors. Click through to see how Oster has modernized its classic Osterizer.

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The switch mirrors the older version exactly. Flip it up to turn on the blender, or push it down to pulse.

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The handle sits to either side of the base, letting you pick it up with your right or left hand.

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It's easy to put the jar in place by resting it on this spindle.

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The spindle turns the blades with 600 watts of power.

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Put in your food and you're ready to go.

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The lid and jar are both dishwasher-safe.

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Don't forget the feeder cap.

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The base looks metallic but is actually lightweight plastic.

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Since it's simply resting on a spindle, the jar isn't as snug on the base as I'd like.

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The whipped cream turned out well and passed the flip test.

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The pesto couldn't cycle down to the blades.

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The Oster Beehive brings an old model to the 21st century.

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