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- 11-piece mixing system with 350-watt motor base and 2 speeds, plus pulse
- 2 blade bases, 1 with quarto cross blades and 1 with dual flat blades
- 2 24-ounce plastic travel mugs; 12- and 18-ounce plastic blending containers
- 2 closable sipping lids; 2 drinking rims for comfortable sipping; recipes included
- Measures approximately 6 by 5-1/2 by 13-1/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
Sale Back to Basics BPE3BRAUS Blender low price This 11-Piece set is quick to assemble, easy to clean and convenient to store. It grinds, blends, whips, and chops.Sale Back to Basics BPE3BRAUS Blender
Whether setting up house for the first time or looking to add versatility to an already busy kitchen, this 11-piece mixing system provides exceptional convenience. The set includes a powerful 350-watt motor base, one chopping blade base, one ice-crushing blade base, two 24-ounce heavy-duty plastic travel mugs, 12-ounce and 18-ounce plastic blending containers, two leak-proof closable sipping lids, and two comfort-fit drinking rims. With its small footprint, the compact unit takes up minimal space on the counter, yet it replaces a food processor, blender, and coffee grinder. Use it to grind fresh coffee beans or to make homemade salsa, salad dressings, milk shakes, and more. Simply add ingredients to one of the two blending containers, connect the container to the power base, and turn the dial from “low” to “high” speed or to the “pulse” setting to set the blades spinning. Even more, the containers feature durable see-through construction, which makes it easy to keep an eye on the consistency and to identify contents at a glance when stored in the refrigerator. A user manual with recipes comes included. Quick to assemble and easy to clean, the mixing system, with its sleek brushed-chrome exterior, measures approximately 6 by 5-1/2 by 13-1/5 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.
Power output: 350 watts
Jar capacity: 12-, 18-, and 24-ounces
Speed settings: 2
Jar material: Plastic
Body material: Chrome
Manufacturer: Back to Basics
Food processor attachments: Yes
Pulse function: Yes
Dishwasher safe: No
Included recipes: Yes
Height: Approximately 13-1/5 inches
Length: Approximately 5-1/2 inches
Depth: Approximately 6 inches
Product: 1-year limited warranty
Included accessories: 350-watt motor base, 2 blade bases, 2 24-ounce heavy-duty plastic travel mugs, 12-ounce and 18-ounce plastic blending containers, 2 leak-proof closable sipping lids, and 2 comfort-fit drinking rims
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By kimofrancesca “Kim” (Ooltewah, TN) – See all my reviews
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This review is from: Back to Basics BPE3BRAUS Blender Express Plus 11-Piece Mixing System (Kitchen)
Prior to purchase I read everything I could find on the Blender Express Plus, Bullet & Tribest Personal Blender. I purchased the Blender Express primarily for the size of the travel cups and the price. Bullet was slightly more (at the time) and the Tribest was approx. twice as much. VERY pleased with purchase. A friend has the Bullet so I was able to compare the actual blade assemblies. To be honest they look identical – specifically the sharpness of the blades – size of blades – could have come from the same factory (may have!)! Quality of blending seems to also be pretty identical. My “smoothie”/”juice” consists of anywhere from 5-20 different fruits/veggies at a time with very little frozen. I don’t use ice at all, just the frozen berries, etc that are added, so I’m not able to review its’ ability to crush the ice. Clear markings on the cups for adding liquids. Easy to use – no “push to blend” like the bullet – everything is worked from the dial, from quick pulse to low or high settings.
My only negative – once you tighten the blade assembly on the cup, it’s actually a little tough to remove. Needs to be tight so no leakage. ‘ve found that a rubber/textured gripper to open comes in handy.
I’ve used it almost everyday for about a month now and haven’t encountered any problems. If I try to stuff it too full, it does balk a little when I first pulse (according to instructions), but a little shake of the cup/jar is all it has taken to move the ingredients around for blending.