Save $120 On A Blendtec Total Blender Today

Kevin Oliver Contributor
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One of the world’s finest blenders is 41 percent off as part of Amazon’s 12 Days of Deals.

Today and today only, the Blendtec Total Blender Classic, the Cadillac of premium blenders, is a whopping 41 percent off it’s normal price of $289.95 — which comes out to $120 in savings. This professional-grade blender offers six programmed blending options — batters, ice cream, ice crush, whole juice, smoothie and hot soup — as well as 10 varying speeds to ensure you get the exact blend you’re looking for. To ensure the blend gets done properly, the Blendtec Total’s blades are 80 percent thicker and 10 times thicker than the competition’s blades.

The Blendtec Total Blender Classic, on sale for $169.95 (Photo via Amazon)

Blendtec Total Classic Original Blender with FourSide Jar (32 oz), Professional-Grade Power, 6 Pre-programmed Cycles, 10-speeds, Black on sale for $169.95

This blender is one you’re likely to find in most smoothie and coffee because its professional build quality ensures it can stand up to constant use. In fact, Blendtec confidently throws a comprehensive 8-year warranty behind its classic blender to assure the customer that they’re getting their money’s worth.

At 41 percent — or $120 —  off, the Blendtec Total Blender Classic is simply a no-brainer for anyone looking for a blender. And as someone who’s used this blender and compared it to the competition, I can say with assurance that this Blender is as good as gets in the home. But you’ll have to act fast, this deal ends at 3:00 AM EST tomorrow morning.

The Blendtec Total Blender Classic is $120 off its normal price of $289.95 until tomorrow morning. 

Photo via Amazon

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