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The Beast B10 blender packs power and sophistication in one minimalist design

Who said you can’t make smoothies in a fancy blender?

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If you're still debating between buying a Magic Bullet or a NutriBullet, there’s a new offer in town for die-hard juicers. NutriBullet's founder Colin Sapire has launched the B10 health blender as part of the new and separate Beast Health wellness line.

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Blenders can be a hit or miss. Depending on the power they pack, how leak-resistant they are or not, and their various design features, you might end up with a powerful machine — or a lukewarm contraption on the counter.

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The B10 health blender comes with an innovative design, leak-resistant seal, a drinking lid, and a carry cap that's optimal for the on-the-go fitness freak. You can buy it in either black, gray, or white.

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“From the electronic interlock blade system to the thermal safety sensor and innovative 12-rib vessel design,” Sapire says, “our B10 Health Blender was engineered to elevate our customer experience; reducing spills and noise, while maximizing safety and blending efficiency.”

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$138

How much you'll have to pay for a B10 blender.

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$168

How much the bundle B10 health blender and hydration system costs.

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Let’s do some comparisons. A small Magic Bullet will cost you about $30 through Amazon while the original NutriBullet will run you almost $60. Both options are obviously cheaper than the B10 blender. But the price on the latest Sapire design makes sense when you compare its features with the former two.

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Do the math

Compared to Magic Bullet's 250 wattage operational power and NutriBullet's 600-1,700 watt range, B10 sits at a comfortable 1,000 wattage and 120 voltage. It packs more blending power than Magic Bullet and NutriBullet with a 25 oz capacity. The B10 blender runs at two speeds: pulse and blend.

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If $138 isn't too steep a price for you, the B10 blender is your buddy. But if you think healthy juices and smoothies don’t require somewhat expensive gadgets, stick to the old-school options. We don’t mind at all.

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