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Magic Bullet Express 17-Piece High-Speed Blender Mixing System

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  • Power base, 2 blades, 2 bullet cups, 4 mugs with lip rings, 2 shaker/steamer tops, 2 lids, and a recipe book
  • Replaces a food processor, blender, and coffee grinder; simple to operate
  • Can do virtually any job in the kitchen in 10 seconds or less
  • Microwave- and freezer-safe cups and mugs; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Measures approximately 4 by 4 by 10 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Magic Bullet Express 17-Piece High-Speed Blender Mixing System + 4 Replacement Gaskets compatible with Original Magic Bullet + Set of 2 Cross Blades compatible with Magic Bullet Blender Juicer Mixer
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  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 9 x 11 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000AEZVRS
  • Item model number: 7712.00
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (774 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,173 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Magic Bullet Express 17pcs Hi Speed blender/mixer system


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Customer Reviews

I got the Magic Bullet last month for a birthday gift and I LOVE it!
Starry Eyed Surprise
I called up the company but I can't get them to return my multiple calls and send me a replacement part.
Pria
Pros: small, very powerful, does what the promos says but the unit does not last very long.
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1,544 of 1,600 people found the following review helpful By Frank Forrest on September 12, 2004
For the most part, anything that is advertised on those infomercials over-promises or fails to deliver. I ordered a Magic Bullet anyway because it seemed to be just the sort of kitchen appliance that I needed...small, safe and useful. I crossed my fingers and ordered one. When the package arrived, it was packed nicely in a large case containing all the parts and accessories as advertised; mixing cups, drinking/mixing mugs, small blender attachment, juicer attachment, shaker cups, two receipe books, an instruction manual, blades and motor base. Basically, the Magic Bullet is a small compact blender that is turned on it's head. Instead of putting items from the top and blending/chopping them, you put the contents in a holding cup and twist on the cap/blade. This whole unit is then placed upside down on the base and you turn it on. After the contents are processed, you take the unit off the base and twist off the blade/cap. A great and ingenious idea. But the big question is, does it work as advertised? The surprising answer is yes.

I've had this unit for about a month and a half now and am thoroughly surprised at how nice it works. I have made smoothies that not only rival the local juice bars, but the product tastes better and is a snap to make. I have also made personal servings of soup and vegatable smoothies. Making a tuna-egg-mayo spread was blended very nicely and the whole family ate it up in a couple of days. To get this unit to work as it was intended has to do with reading the manual. It states very clearly that there are certain ways to load your mixing cup. In cases where things do not get blended or are stuck at the top of the cup, the instructions tell you to take the blending cup off and to tap it a few times to get all the contents to the bottom.
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599 of 620 people found the following review helpful By Darryl K. Springston on January 13, 2005
I have the Magic Bullet and I read some less than good reviews on the unit. I would like to put those to rest if I may.

1. After using the magic bullet, could smell the motor burning up.

Having worked with motors in the past, I can put that bad rap to rest. There are two types of electrical motors commonly used in the market today. One is an induction motor. and the other is the brush and commentator motor. Although the induction motor is most commonly used, there are some brush types out there. The burning electrical smell you sensed is common, especially when first using the motor. When first used, the brushes are not worn slightly to perfectly fit against the commentator. Until that happens, the brushes will slightly arc and you will sense an electrical smell but it doesn't take long till they are perfectly fitted to the commentator. After that, the smell will no longer be there. This is normal and is not a problem. It is not a sign of overheating or any damage to the motor.

2. I found an excellent quick way to clean the Bullet. I first spray the blade and inside of the cup to remove larger particles, then I fill the cup about 1/3 full with water and just a drop of soap detergent. Screw the blade lid on firmly and pulse it a few times. Unscrew and rinse and you will have a sparkling clean unit. This will get into areas that otherwise you couldn't possibly reach especially in and around the blade area.

3. I have also found that removing the processed food from the cup is best done with a small rubber spatula as use of a metal object like a knife or fork etc will eventually scratch and mar the plastic.

4. My Magic Bullet came with several replacement rubber gaskets that are used inside the black blade screw on caps.
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72 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Tennessee "G" on January 24, 2006
Two of these Magic Bullets have gone through our household. One as a gift, the other for our use. Ours broke quickly. For starters, the seals pulled out of the blender base. I called the company when the plastic gear in the base shattered, only to be told that "you'll have to buy another base", and "you should have bought the extended warranty" when in fact the little gear in the bottom could be pressed back into service in less than 30 seconds, and couldn't cost more than a couple of dollars.

Save youself some grief, and stay away from this piece of mass-marketed junk. Happy to share pictures of my broken junk with anyone interested, because I hate being scammed. Buy a real blender, they cost less and don't break as easily.
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162 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Les Chibana on May 1, 2007
Whatever the good point of the Magic Bullet (it makes smoothies and grinds coffee beans ALMOST as well as a Cuisinart Food Processor/Blender and costs the same amount of money), they are completely overshadowed by the facts that:

1.) The simplest replacement parts are a HUGE hassle to get.

2.) Homeland Housewares level of customer service is way lower than average.

After less than a year's gentle, intermittent use, my Bullet chewed up both of 2 the gaskets it came with. Should be a simple and cheap replacement, right? Wrong! When I frirst contacted Homeland Housewares, the manufacturer, I was told flat out, that because my Bullet wasn't purchased directly from them (it had been a house warming present, purchased at Macy's), I could not buy replacement parts from the manufacturer. AND they could not recommend another source for them. My machine was effectively dead after only 7.5 months of use.

Searching the web 5 months later, I saw that the manufacturer was now offering to sell parts to everyone stuck with a non-functional Magic Bullet. But not without a huge hassle. Homeland Housewares demands that its customers, who have already been inconvenienced by the premature break down of its product, now invest the time & effort to send them 4 different photos of the machine AND a photo of the free recipe booklet included with the machine--yes, you heard right--the recipe booklet, BEFORE they will be granted the privilege of spending MORE money with the company to buy replacement gaskets.

I explained to Homeland Housewares' phone rep that photos taken with your average digital camera would not reproduce copy from the back of the machine which would be readable. The rep said, "Don't worry about it. Send them anyway.
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