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It's only a matter of time.
What am I talking about? I'm talking about my new fabulous L'Equip Blender. Turns out it's deadly.
Check this out:
This is a piece of blender blade. It broke when I blended: 1 cup of frozen berries, 1 cup of cold soymilk and 2 pieces of frozen banana cut into 2" slices.
I tried to return the blender to 877myjuicer.com. I was told that the only thing they could do was discount another blender. They continue to sell this blender.
I emailed the president of the company who manufacturers the blender and they said they were "disappointed" in these blades.
Hopefully no one will die.
If a company doesn't give a shit that they sell a dangerous product, why give them your money?
Interaction with Kitchen Resources Product Manager, including my response.
Response from 877myjuicer.com: (8/5/08)
Thanks for keeping me in the loop on this email chain. We have learned a lot about the RPM Blender because of this and have made an internal decision to discontinue reselling this product effective immediately. It is clear that there are dangers, which we were completely in the dark about until you brought them to our attention, associated with the LEquip RPM Blender and until we get undeniable proof that the problem has been rectified it will stay that way.