QUOTE(~Curious~ @ Jun 7 2010, 12:22 AM)
expensive ones (more specialized for juicing)...can blend fruits/veggies into finer particles and usually have hard enough blades to pulverize the seeds which is where most nutrients are.plus i think their motors are designed to generate less heat (generated through blending) that would destroy nutrients in the juices..
i havent really checked up on those facts,its all hearsay haha..
what has anyone gotto say about ladyship blender?
Add ice lah (or cold water). Duh!
Not that you're blending for such a long time that the puree is cooked.
QUOTE(Augus7 @ Jun 7 2010, 12:33 AM)
not to promote it or wat, but seriously? oxygenizing crap? relli o not? so far the only thing i google up is their facebook page on marketing stuff. Can trust or not this blender?
Screw this crap and get Waring. X^D
Waring stuff are made for commercial use and labs.
It can probably blend a grenade and still come out in 1 piece. LOL!
It's simple to use. Just place the jug on the motor & start blending.
No stupiak locking mechanisms, no twisting and turning, no weird-shaped ladle/knob (because its jug is so well designed to blend evenly), no thin plastic jug, no moving and bouncing when blending stuff (its rubber feet is huge & it's heavy), no erratic blend-stop-blend-stop rubbish (main reason why they malfunction very fast).
Seriously, once you've seen a Waring heavy duty blender (the MX 1000 series) and heard the sound that it makes while blending... I doubt any of those high class marketing stuff can even compare.
Just look at the size of its base (where the motor is):http://www.waringproducts.com/com/catalog/...id=65&cat_id=14This post has been edited by iamyuanwu: Jun 7 2010, 03:19 PM