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Rosewill Professional Blender $62.99 + Free Shipping

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  • 33,000 RPM Motor
  • 1400 Watts
  • 2L Jar
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Sold & shipped by Rosewill
Via Walmart's marketplace.

Low price, not a ton of reviews it seems
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How is the quality of this?
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Listing at $80 now.
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Rosewill is an inhouse brand from Newegg, which is the largest online retailer for computer hardware.

The first Rosewill product I bought was a Rosewill 500W power supply, it was definitely not on the same level comparing to top brands like SeaSonic, but it was better than Thermaltake low end models and generic brands.

Later they came out with computer cases and other accessories, mostly okay quality for a low price point. Think them as Kirkland from Costco.

With all that said, I would stay away from this one seeing the cup is plastic instead of glass. I will never touch a blender with a plastic cup and for the price point it should be glass.
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most high-end/expensive blenders like vitamix and blendtec use tritan plastic.
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Plastic is still plastic. They will eventually scratch and discolor, not to mention absorbing food odor. It's not uncommon to see "high end brands" cutting corners just to squeeze few dollars from consumers, like how BMW uses all the plastic parts that degrade and break after a few years while cheaper Japanese cars last longer.

Europeans are just bunch of scammer selling their overpriced garbage with a fancy brand name, taking our hard earned dollars so they can work 30 hours a week and enjoying all the welfare.
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