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Magic Bullet The Magic Bullet review

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Mini blender / travel cupView specifications

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The Magic Bullet is a forerunner of the Nutribullet and, looks-wise, the two have much in common. The Magic Bullet has a much lower power motor - just 200W - but claims to do any job in 10 seconds or less. Read on to discover how this blender compares with its bigger siblings.
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We have tested 78 blenders and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 15 Best Buys.
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  3. 90%
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