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Walmart.com has Instant Pot Ace 60 Cooking Blender on sale for $44.96. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks SmartSquirrel3652

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Saw tonight that Walmart has the Instant Pot Ace 60 Cooking Blender on sale for $44.96 on their website. It rung up at the register for $80, but were able to price match in the store no problem.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Instan.../626991948
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FYI this does have a heating element but it does NOT have a refrigeration element. Ice cream instructions include the step "put it in the freezer".

Since that isn't super clear, thought I'd try to help.
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It's a nice blender, and for this price it's a no-brainer, but it's not in the same league as Vitamix or Blendtec.
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I have the ace nova and my sister has the ace pro. These are fantastic blenders. This is a solid deal at $44
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How's this compared to Vitamix?
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How's this compared to Vitamix?
It's a nice blender, and for this price it's a no-brainer, but it's not in the same league as Vitamix or Blendtec.
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We have had the ace Nova for about six months now. It's awesome. Remember the wood chipper from Fargo? This is the kitchen version without any of the mess. Cleanup afterwards takes 3 minutes. I love it.
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What's the difference between Ace Nova and Ace 60? 4 ounces? Info not easily located but so far it's capacity (56 vs 60 oz.) and Max motor speed (25,000 vs 23,000 RPM). 2000 RPM worth extra $35?
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The self clean feature can't possibly clean the blender thoroughly for every recipe so how hard is it to manually clean it? Is it true that the base doesn't come off?
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The self clean feature can't possibly clean the blender thoroughly for every recipe so how hard is it to manually clean it? Is it true that the base doesn't come off?
You can add soap with warm water and blend for about 30 seconds
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Does anyone know if this can blend ginger and garlic to a really smooth paste?
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Does anyone know if this can blend ginger and garlic to a really smooth paste?
Yes - https://youtu.be/ld8dwxOJqPk
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You can add soap with warm water and blend for about 30 seconds
This works
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FYI this does have a heating element but it does NOT have a refrigeration element. Ice cream instructions include the step "put it in the freezer".

Since that isn't super clear, thought I'd try to help.
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