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This NutriBullet (With a Handy Soup-Heating Element) Is the Cheapest We’ve Ever Seen It

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We’re quickly approaching the height of summer — which also happens to be the best time of year to consume as much fruit as humanly possible. And while you could bake a pie or whip up some jam, perhaps the most efficient way to eat fruit by the bushel is to blend it into a smoothie. (Even better, you don’t have to turn on the oven or stove.) If your blender could use an upgrade, consider snapping up the NutriBullet Rx, usually $150 and now going for a cool 80 bucks at Best Buy. The 1,700-watt motor allows it to effortlessly cut through everything from spinach bunches to massive strawberries — thus its 4.7 out of 5 star rating based on 262 reviews — and it features a heating element that will keep your favorite butternut squash soup hot, perfect for when the temperature inevitably starts dropping.

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This NutriBullet Is the Cheapest We’ve Ever Seen It