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While shoppers are likely already familiar with Best Buy Canada‘s famous Black Friday and Boxing Day sales, tech lovers will want to note that the retailer releases new can’t-miss markdowns every Friday.
As part of this week’s Top Deals roundup, shoppers can save $130 on a best-selling Ninja Nutri Ninja Duo blender. Dubbed one of the “best blenders” on the market by reviewers, scroll down to learn why hundreds of Best Buy Canada shoppers have given the device their five-star seal of approval.
Perfect smoothies, coming right up. The Nutri Ninja Blender Duo uses a one-touch system that combines timed pulsing, blending, and pausing functions to blend your foods to perfection.
It has three manual speed settings that easily break down whole fruits, vegetables, ice, and seeds. The blender comes with a 24 oz. Nutri Ninja cup, one jumbo multi-serve 32oz. Nutri Ninja cup with sip and seal lids, and a 30-recipe guide for inspiration.
What reviewers are saying
With more than 1,400 reviews and an average rating of 4.8 stars, it’s safe to say the Ninja Nutri Ninja Duo has earned the approval of Best Buy Canada shoppers.
According to one reviewer, the blender makes “perfect smoothies.”
The smaller Nutri Ninja cup is “quick [and] easy” if you want to make a smoothie, and the larger blender cup is “perfect” for everything else, they write. “[I] wouldn’t go back to using any other type of blender,” adding, “it’s super powerful.”
Another shopper says the Ninja Nutri Ninja Duo is “hands down” one of the “best blenders [they] have ever used.”
“The smoothies are so smooth and [have] almost no seeds,” they write. It’s “one of my favourite purchases this year!”
A third reviewer says they are “simply floored” by the power and “thoroughness of blend that this thing can accomplish.”
The blender “can take anything: Veggies, oatmeal, ice, seeds, nuts, etc., and make them disappear into a smoothie and do it fast,” they write.
Despite hundreds of rave reviews, some Best Buy Canada shoppers say that while the blender is “powerful,” it is also “very loud.”
It is “loud,” however, it’s still the “best blender,” writes one reviewer.
Save $130 on the Ninja Nutri Ninja Duo until June 9, when it returns to its regular price of $280. To shop more of Best Buy Canada’s top deals of the week, scroll below.
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