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Some expensive smoothies
Blendtec’s new designer blender isn’t even on the market yet: It’s launching in two weeks at the International Home and Housewares Show. But we got a sneak peak at the $680-or-so touchscreen blender that will take your protein shakes and nut butters to the next level. The blender’s blade is more like a hammer, smashing and pulverizing every ingredient until it’s smooth as silk. The square design features corners that prevent thick liquids from splashing up and over the rim. Mostly we love that it has no buttons, because cleaning a blender is already the worst—or so our servants tell us.
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