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Old 11-15-2012, 01:57 AM
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Originally Posted by hectari View Post
they cost around 400-500 bucks brand new, but I know the Vitamix comes with like a 5 year warranty.

I bought a use one off their site and it had a 3 year warranty they included a brand new blender container the motor is the used part and it was like new.

So the blender bottle is brand new not used.

Dont waste money on those 150 dollar ninja blenders which dont even blend everything smoothly and leave chunks.







It is the best investment, it really makes those veggies into an applesauce consistency lots of natural fiber, drink that twice a day and you will flush out your colon and improve your health big time. you can crush ice, mix whey protein shakes, you name it.

Its the best way to get veggies in your system instead of having to take so long to chew and eat them. I mixed Kale, celery, cucumber, strawberry, banana,pear,beets,cabbage, ginger, grapes, papaya, apples, and many other healthy fruits and veggies in different types of smoothie mixes.
Funny that you should start a thread about Vitamix. For the past 3 weeks, I've been debating which one to get, a Vitamix or a Blendtec.

Originally how I got interested in smoothies was, Joe Rogan. Rogan started drinking smoothies because he found out how healthy they are from Kevin James. Kevin lost a lot of weight for his latest movie, Here Comes The Boom.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmmPSBRu6wg
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