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Oster Dual Action Blender BLSTRM-DZ 600 watt Brushed Stainless Steel

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  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0082OBBMM
  • Item model number: BLSTRM-DZ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,969 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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If you want a powerful, quality blender that is still affordable buy this!
cat84
I use the pre programmed Frozen Drinks button and it blends in seconds... literally, like 20 SECONDS at the most.
Nati
I'm guessing the one I have is defective but I wanted to share my review in case others have this problem.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By MGN on January 10, 2013
This attractive brushed stainless steel Oster Blender has all the features of the very popular 59 dollar black Fusion model that some reviewers compare to the expensive Vita Mix etc. Same 600 watt dual action motor, 6-point blade, with 2 automatic programs in stylish stainless steel, PLUS it comes with a 5-year Satisfaction Guarantee and sells at WalMart for only 59.00. Unbelievable bargain. I see it other places for 175.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C on May 23, 2013
I needed a more powerful blender to make breakfast smoothies and after lots or research, decided to get this one. Another big box retailer had it for much, much, much less than Amazon so I bought it there. Sorry, Amazon!

PROS:
600W motor is powerful enough to crush large pieces of ice, but doesn't handle large pieces of frozen fruit well (like frozen strawberries). I get around that by putting large pieces of frozen fruit in the microwave for 15-30 seconds before adding them to the blender.

Grinds oats into a fairly fine powder as well as, maybe better than, my Cuisinart food processor.

Reversing motor and "wave action" of the blade really does help keep smoothie ingredients from settling at the bottom.

The 6-prong blade really makes a difference. I tired my 4-prong Oster blade in this blender and it does not work nearly as well.

Looks good on the counter top without taking up too much space.

CONS:
Noisy, but what powerful blender isn't when it's pulverizing frozen stuff?

Tried to chop onions in it and got onion juice in the bottom and and uneven chop overall. But I'm OK with that. I'm really just using this for blending.

The face of my blender was very scratched when it arrived. I returned it thinking the unit was damaged. The second one arrived with the face of the blender scratched even worse than the first. One day while I was fuming about the damage and glaring at the blender, something about the scratches looked wrong. So I started picking at them and then realized there was a piece of film on the face. Once I peeled that off, I was good to go!

One last comment:
I've seen reviews other on other sites that say this blender doesn't handle smoothies well.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Lee Gooding on July 22, 2013
First off, I bought this at Walmart for about $40 less than on Amazon.

The main reason I purchased this model was because of the 5 year warranty. I don't think I've ever had a blender last that long without smelling of burnt stuff.

Pros:
- Forward/reverse programmed mode works great to break up chunks, etc.
- Handles all sorts of frozen fruits
- 5 year warrant
- Creates a great vortex to thoroughly blend all the ingredients
- Quality build

Cons:
- Can't manually go in reverse (it only works with the programmed mode)
- Can't handle large frozen strawberries on their own. You have to break them up, or use a spatula. Otherwise it's great!
- Some of the paint on mine chipped after the first few days
- LOUD. I believe this is partially due to a fan they use to cool the motor. You can feel it coming out of the bottom of the unit when it is running.

Other:
I use green powders, so I can't comment on how well this blends leafy greens.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By cat84 on March 11, 2013
I purchased this blender from a major discount chain, because it was about the same price as on amazon and I didn't want to wait for it to ship. I wanted to use it to make green smoothies as part of the Aztec diet. I was a little concerned that it might not be able to handle some of the hard, fiberouse vegetables that I planned on using in my smoothies. It works perfectly, blending brocolli, carrots, frozen blueberries, cabbage, celery, fresh mint and spinache to an even, smooth consistancy. The reversing motor is great for making these smoothies and the preset frozen drink button works well. This Oster blender is a combination food processor and works great for salsa, apple sauce etc. It is constucted of brushed stainless steel and comes with a sturdy glass jar. Nothing like my crappy, plastic blender. It comes with a five year satisfaction guarantee. If you want a powerful, quality blender that is still affordable buy this! Amazon offers replacement blades, etc. at great prices and the blender is actually made in North America! Yea!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brenda H. on September 2, 2013
Sorry Amazon, I got this at Walmart for only 60 but that is not the point of my review. I took this baby home, did my ice test to see what it could do and it made snow!!! Snow! A 60 dollar blender made snow! I was so impressed. I decided to make a smoothie. It was late and I had already ate but I just couldn't wait until morning. So I threw in some frozen strawberries, frozen tropical mixed fruit and a bag of mixed greens. And it made a freaking smoothie! Not chunks. NO green bits. Just smoothie.

Now let me tell you how impressed I was:
This made a smoothie as well as my Blendtec that I returned. A 400 dollar blender vs a 60 buck one??? You would think Blendtec would win hands down. Nope, they were the same. Now I do have to give Blendtec some credit. The little seeds from the strawberries were pretty much gone in the Blendtec and there was some left in my Oster smoothie last night. No big deal.

Next I put in peanuts to make peanut butter. This was a fail. It made peanut powder, which you could use as a topping or a crust, but butter? No it didn't make that. But the good thing is, it didn't sound like it was going to fall over and die with all the peanuts being pulverized in it.

Also what I was impressed with, all the metal. the blades sit on a metal base and the gearing thing (sorry lacking a better word) that the base sits in are all metal. This is pretty cool.
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