Monday, 14 April 2014

I've been looking for smoothie blender and this is what I've bought

I have been searching for a good substitute from the time my first juicer broke down a year ago. I agree that the number of smoothie blender models that I can select from is not as huge while the number of gadgets and smartphones. (thank God it's not)

But even with the choices that I'd, it was still difficult to make my pick. I know right from the start that I want a concise cleanser, but I'm torn between Hamilton Beach and Ninja.

I finally decided and brought home a new juicer recently. So far, I believe I love what I've just purchased.

1 comment:

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