Good news, smoothie lovers! It just got easier (and way cheaper) to get your favorite smoothies to-go. Whip one up each morn before you scoot out the door, after workouts at the gym, as a treat at the office or whenever and wherever the urge strikes with this portable, personal blender! Heck, why not bring it to the barbecue and hook up a daiquiri?
The Mialoe Portable Blender makes smoothies, shakes, juices and more in seconds flat. Charge it via USB, and you won't have to plug it in. No extra cups needed, either — just drink straight from the source!
Right now, the little 1-pound, 9-inch wonder is on sale in three colors, starting at just $22 for the cute green one (down from $26).
The Mialoe personal blender features six stainless steel blades and even has a built-in strainer to filter out the pulp. Charge it up and toss it in your purse for breakfast on the fly, your gym bag for post-workout protein shakes, or your picnic basket for a sunshine-y refreshment.
"My new toy!!!" writes a delighted shopper. "I love, love, love my portable blender. I always take this to work with me and several of my co-workers [are] in awe...It is very easy to clean."
Another five-star reviewer wrote: "I love the fact that it is portable because I don’t need to charge it all the time. Now when I go to work, instead of buying drinks, I just cut some fruits the night before and make my own fruit juice at work. It’s so much healthier and cleaner than drinks that I purchase in stores."
The mini blender has a capacity of about 10 to 12 ounces, which is just right for shoppers. They also say cleanup is a cinch.
One fan tossed their big juicer out altogether: "I used to have a big juicer which took up space in my small kitchen, and hard to clean. I have been so done with it and recently decided to...just get a small blender. Turns out it is very wise. The portable blender makes a cup of juice each time — right for a single person like me. It doesn't take up too much space...I can bring it to work, picnic and hiking. Fresh juice wherever you are!"
Try it for baby too! Raves a parent: "I love this item sooooo much!...I use it to make baby food and mix formula. It works perfectly. I am considering buying another one for my husband to make his protein shake."
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