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Our research indicates that this Nutri Ninja BL490T Auto-iQ Blender System w/ Smooth Boost is $60 less (46% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $130.

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Perfect product for my wife. Perfect price for me.
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I just scooped this up! Killer deal! They're $130 on Amazon
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Thank you OP! In for one. I like that you can attach both the smaller cup and a larger jar so you can puree larger quantities too.
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Excellent price.
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Which is better, this or the 780?
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Replaced my 5 yr old NutriBullet with a Ninjar similar to this one and it has been amazing thus far. Granted my Nutribullet was solid, this lets me make more and store some for later.
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Good deal. I just ordered one !
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Nice! My $20 Walmart Oster, after 7 years is going to the great blender beyond.
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Thanks ordered one since missed the $30 ninja deal from walmart.
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bought the 492w auto iq from the last sd from Wal-Mart for 45 bucks. Totally awesome, I love this blender. It blows the magic and nutribullet (even pro model) away.
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it has very few parts so there is nothing to read or lots of things to fill up my cabinets
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Does the 1200w really make that much of a difference, compared to 490w Auto IQ model?

PS: How close is this to the power of a Blendtec?
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