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HealthMaster LWHM Living Well/Montel 1100-Watt 2-Quart Fruit-and-Vegetable Emulsifier

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  • Fruit-and-vegetable emulsifier for juicing, grating, making ice cream, cooking soup, and more
  • 1100-watt motor; 8 speeds; centrifugal friction "cooks" foods naturally; wet/dry culinary blades
  • Crushes up to 2 quarts of ice in seconds; 70-ounce polycarbonate pitcher; auto shut-off for safety
  • Dishwasher-safe (except for the base); 4 recipe books and healthy eating plan included
  • Measures 21 by 12-3/4 by 16-1/2 inches; 100-year motor warranty
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The Living Well/Montel HealthMaster is an appliance breakthrough - more than just a blender! It's unique digital emulsification system pulverizes and liquefies whole fruits and vegetables in just seconds! It's centrifugal friction "cooks" foods naturally. This helps the blended item retain all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phyto-nutrients. Versatile unit, with one-touch settings, makes hot, robust soups and sauces or cold smoothies, sorbets and ice cream - whatever you choose. Comes with 4 bonus recipe books (covering everything from smoothies to soups and desserts) and an eating plan for healthy living. Unit is backed by a 100 year motor warranty and endorsed by Montel Williams.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 12.8 x 21 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B002VED30M
  • Item model number: LWHM
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (357 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,409 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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967 of 988 people found the following review helpful By robert campbell on December 17, 2009
UPDATE 9/9/2010: This unit has been out for awhile now, and the complaints are rising steadily, not only here at Amazon, but other sites as well. The complaints, that surface either immediately or within 6 months are: Leaking containers,motors that burn out emitting an electrical odor that sometimes will trip your circuit breakers, container lid is hard to remove and put back on, terrible customer service (from the healthmaster site and not amazon), and now, a poster said that the container is not safe to use because of the plastic, and will emit chemicals into your food! Now, QVC is selling a new and improved Healthmaster, called the Healthmaster VS. It is now BPA free, (the container on this one isn't)they nixed the digital display and the design went back to the old Jack La Lanne style using flip switches and dials. There are already negative reviews of the new machine. PLEASE do your research before buying this product! If you have a leaking container, put clear water into the container and run on speed 8 for about 30 seconds, if it becomes discolored then oil is getting into your mixtures!

MY ORIGINAL REVIEW :This unit is a Jack La Lanne Healthmaster, redesigned with a new digital display, and costs more. I owned the Jack La Lanne, and within 6 months, the bearings stripped, and a rust color was dripping from the container, with the food being tainted by rust on the blades. I threw it out and bought a Vitamix. The same problems are beginning to surface with this machine problems develop either immediately or within 3 to 6 months of use. A neighbor, who loves Montel, and ignored my warnings, bought this machine through the healthmaster website. Within 3 days, the motor burnt out. It took several weeks to get a replacement.
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429 of 436 people found the following review helpful By kindred spirit on December 23, 2009
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I am sorry I didn't heed the warnings that were already posted. I thought something with a 100 year warranty had to be good. Well everything you see on the infomercial is contradicted in the instruction manual. Montel says "make soup in 8 min walk away and do something else." WRONG, Never leave it unattended! Hold onto the handle as is is large and powerful. He fills it to the brim...well there must be some cut and edit time because it doesn't instanly make a fruit and veg smoothie. You cannot fill more than 2/3 full. I followed the directions turned it on BZZZZZZZZZ, STRUGGLLLLLLEEE. Used the tamper and all my strength, it overheated before the smoothie was done.

Mention was made of rust. I had a hard time getting that but now I now why. The bottom plate is like bare cast iron as in skillet. Mine is already starting to rust before I had it out of the box. Yes it will be rusting.

Part of mine is probably due to UPS throwing it at the house. Now it is marked FRAGILE with and up arrow. I was sitting by the window I saw him....a sub not my great regular guy throw it down with a thud. The box had multiple punctures all the way to the inside. The unit was not scratched but sure didn't function like on the TV.

Also if you are going to go ahead like I did and give it a try think twice if you have arthritis of the hands, it is difficult to open and close and it has to lock.

Amazon is fantastic and are taking it back and will refund my money. If you read the warranry it says it is 60 days for everything else and it is all at their descretion. So don't think you will get what is shown on just doesn't work that way, what they do is against the instructions.
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283 of 293 people found the following review helpful By rick p on December 22, 2009
I got my healthmaster and same thing with in a couple of days the motor burnt out this really is a piece of junk i tracked down a different number to call to FINALLY get someone in customer service i am sending it back for a refund let see what happens i will never order something off TV again!
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152 of 158 people found the following review helpful By John R. Schrader on January 28, 2010
The great thing about Amazon is that you can read other people's experiences before you make the same mistake.

I had been eyeballing the Vitamix for a while and even though they offer the periodic discount at my local Costco it's still almost $400 for the thing. When I saw the commercial for the Health Master (first from Jack then later from Montel) I thought "looks like a Vitamix, cooks like a Vitamix, it must be almost as good but cheaper than a Vitamix". Boy was I wrong.

Leaking, yes. Rusting, yes. Poor quality, yes, yes, and YES. And one thing the other reviewers didn't mention, it is insanely LOUD! I honestly think you would be better spending that money on just a good quality blender if you don't want to drop the big bucks for one that actually does all the things that this one claims to do. I ended up returning it (no, they didn't pay the shipping...should have bought it from Amazon) and getting a Vitamix instead. It was like day and night. There is no comparision.

Save yourself the money and headache, skip the Health Master.
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REVISED REVIEW AND RATING: This product was good while it lasted....less than 3months. Yep. I purchased in early December of last year, and the motor burned out on February 28th. I was very careful with how I used this product. I made sure I never filled to capacity and I never let the motor run continuously. Only once, did I run the manufacturer's recommended 8 minutes to make hot soup and the soup was lukewarm...definitely not hot. Buying this product is like putting your 200 bucks down the toilet. Unfortunately, that's the truth. I used this Healthmaster everyday to make smoothies. Yesterday as I was using, the motor started sounding funny and after a few seconds it was smoking and giving off a burning electrical odor and tripping the fuse box. No warning. It was working on one day and kaput the next. It's gone. I understand this is a Jack Lalaine product. I wish I had known before purchasing and just popped for a VitaMix. Previously, I purchased a juicer by him. That was poorly constructed, too and that motor lasted about 4 months. Also, the healthmaster is a monstrous and unattractive machine. As a matter of fact, the entire unit "looks" cheap. Important components of this machine are made of (rust waiting to happen) untreated cast iron. It takes up a lot of counter space.

This is a expensive piece of crap. This product cannot stand up to daily usage. In the case of the juicer, I ended purchasing Breville's Ikon Juice Fountain,(it's a great juicer). In this case, I just purchased Oster 4096-009 designer series, beehive blender for about 60. It's a powerful 5 cup blender with a stainless steel base and a glass container jar. This one blends tough veggies and fruits, but it's necessary to chop them up before blending. This Oster blender also crushes ice in a matter of seconds.
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