OO.com.au- Multi purpose blender like magic bullet- $19.95 plus free shipping with PP and bucky cash

24 July 2008

Features

* Multi-purpose
* Easy to use
* Juice extractor with pusher - make healthy and fresh juices
* Chop - vegetables such as onions, garlic and carrots
* Blend - milkshakes, cocktails and cheeses
* Mill - flour for cakes, muffins and bread
* Grate - hard and soft cheeses; carrots; etc
* Puree - beans, chickpeas, soups - make that perfect dip!
* Shave - ice and frozen fruit for frozen drinks and desserts
* Grind meats - such as chicken and ham
* Grind - coffee beans, nuts, cinnamon sticks and dried fruit
* Whip - cheese for creamed cheese, whipped cream
* 2 x grinders: coarse and fine
* 1 x cup with lid - 600ml
* 1 x cup with lid - 300ml
* 4 x party mug with coloured lids - 600ml
* 1 x blender jug - 1L
* 1 x lid with large holes - ideal for parmesan cheese
* 1 x lid with small holes - ideal for powdered ingredients
* Box artwork may vary

My partner bought me one of these and at first I thought "um.. thanks- what the hell is it?" but it's actually been used heaps. Great for smoothies, baby food and making your own sauces.
The juicer is pretty crap although probably ok if you didn't own anything else.

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13 comments

  • voteoften
    I thought I would never order one of these........ I hope they are d/w safe. No mention of it in the blurb, so I fear that perhaps not. Thanks MK
  • wombatblue
    I bought something similar a while back from deals direct - it was fantastic but the rubber piece in the bottom wore away in a matter of weeks and it only had a 14 day guarantee :( Fingers crossed this one works better :)
  • MamaK
    I'm not sure if they are dishwasher safe, I assume they would be at least in the top shelf. We are renting right now so unfortunately I'm the dishwasher :(
  • dustbunni
    Same here as wombatblue bought one and the bottom spindle thingy wore away in a few months and we could no longer use it :( splashed out and bought the original "magic bullet" when it was on special and love it , no sign of wear and we use it heaps
  • voteoften
    dustbunni;57214
    Same here as wombatblue bought one and the bottom spindle thingy wore away in a few months and we could no longer use it :( splashed out and bought the original "magic bullet" when it was on special and love it , no sign of wear and we use it heaps
    How much did you pay dustbunni?
  • MamaK
    My version came from BigW and was around $30 and the seals are still fine. One of the cups went a bit funny after being microwaved though. So there is a big difference between the original and the knockoffs? I love the guy on the ad that hates 'brocc-o-lie' ;)
  • wombatblue
    dustbunni, that's good to know , I was wondering if it was worthwhile paying the extra. Although my didn't last long I loved it.
  • queenshrew
    Where do you get the 'original' magic bullet from? I just ordered this one from OO as it has 12 months warranty.. For $19.95 that's a bargain! The one at DD has only 30 days warranty, and they are selling for $39.95+postage!
  • wombatblue
    12 months warranty is good :)
  • queenshrew
    Price has gone back up to $29.95 at midday today. But you can still get free shipping with the code :D
  • MamaK
    the original comes from Danoz Direct but it doesn't look like they sell them anymore http://www.danozdirect.com.au/products/kitchen/magicbullet/magic_bullet.php
  • dustbunni
    Hiya I bought a bullet pack for $49.99 + $1 ( buy one get second for a $1) the magic bullet the mugs , the different size cup thingys and a juicer thingy have been sooo pleased with it,i feel its more powerful than the first model i bought I put chicken celery onion walnut apple in mine a couple of zaps and i have chicken salad i also use the small cup and the 4 prong blade to grind my whole coffee beans in this instance my personal opinion is that the original is superior by far to the copy i bought

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