I have been through two rocket blenders that I bought online for $40 each.
The first was a Eurolab Ten Second Rocket.
The second was a Tempo Rocket Blender.
Leading up to christmas, I saw one (not sure of brand) in a shop for $20, but I dont remember which shop.
Now that my second one has worn out, I went to buy a replacement and cannot find one online anymore. The only thing I can find is a Magic Bullet for $70 or a Sheffield for $54.
Does anyone know where I can buy this type of thing for $40 or less?
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02-03-2012 09:19 #1Senior Member
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Where to buy - rocket blender
02-03-2012 10:41 #2
Kmart used to have them. Homeart does too.
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02-03-2012 10:55 #3
our sams warehouse cheap shop has them
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