Oster Designed for Life 7-Speed Blender, Brushed Stainless, BLSTRM-DZ0-015

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  • 2 pre-programmed settings
  • 600W of power
  • Stainless steel finish
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    About this item

    The Oster Designed for Life 7 Speed Blender features a 6-cup dishwasher safe glass jar that is thermal shock tested for long lasting durability. Reversing motor technology switches the blade direction to eliminate clogging and draws contents in for uniform blending and chopping. Two pre-programmed settings guarantee restaurant-quality frozen drinks and chopping. Powerful patented blending and food processing blades slice, dice, chop and process with precision.

    Oster Designed for Life 7-Speed Blender:

    • 2 pre-programmed settings deliver restaurant quality blended drinks and chopped ingredients
    • Pulse function
    • 6-cup glass jar
    • 600W of ice-crushing power
    • Brushed stainless steel finish

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    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: BLSTRM-DZ0-015
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 9.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 13.9 x 8.5 x 10.1
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: USA and Imported
    Walmart No.: 550048470

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 164 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

    4.5 stars

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    Customer review by WorkoutWarriors

    5.0 stars by WorkoutWarriors

    I went through the process of finding a blender or juicier for the 1st time . I needed it for juicing because I've been working out for about 7 months.. The trainers at the gym said that juicing would help me loss more weight .I needed something close to the very costly vita-mix brand the cheapest one is 324.00 in which I didnt want to spend!! I wanted to spend under 100.00 . So the I bought juicers tryed them there was alot of clean up plus it removes alot of the fruits and vegs pulp so you loss parts of the healthy stuff for your diet !! Plus I wanted to make scramed eggs, grind up coffee beans etc.. the juicers wouldnt work for me .. So it left me with the blenders in trying cheaper blenders at 450 watts of power they couldnt make the whole fruits and vegs fine enough or even grind them at all ..I wanted to put whole fruits and vegs maybe cut in half or quarters thats it , then just turn it on ..So I bought a few nicer ones the ninja brands work ok it seem alittle hard to use I didnt like the blade system it was tall and took up too much room in the blender and it seemed like it would be very costly to replace but the 900watt ninji was 89.00 it worked ok made smoothies great and mixed whole fruits and vegs good enough!! But to scram eggs or coffee beans , to use as a standard blender and only one speed that was impossible again because of the blades system!! Note the cheaper ninjis use a pluse button that you have to hold down out of the question that come across as cheap and anything with the ninjas under 900watts wasn't strong enough for me !! Then running out of options I tryed Oster designed for life blender its only 600watts but the blade system works great has reverse mode it which helps move and cut the big chunks of fruits and vegs until there smaller then turn it on high and get back, it mix's everything great, the blades don't take up much room in the blender , 7 different speeds including a pluse button for fast and slow plusing ... And it seemed to make everything I need easy to use ,and it destorys whole fruits and vegs close to what vita-mix does ! So unless you want to spend 324.00 this mixer is the closest thing you'll find to a vita-mix blender! And its only 59.00 GREAT DEAL so with the extra money I bought a Oster mug attachment to take with me to the gym ,you just put your mix in the mug attach to the blender mix remove the top with the blades put the lid on and head out it was only14.95 . Total spent about 75.00 for everything !

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
    Fantastic Smoothie Maker

    Customer review by PianoTeachingMom

    5.0 stars by PianoTeachingMom

    Wow. I bought this blender from my local WalMart last week and I love it. It is so worth the price. I make smoothies for breakfast every morning using frozen fruit and this works like a charm. The reversing technology brings the fruit down to the bottom right away so the smoothie is ready in minutes. I highly recommend this product.

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    Royal Oak, Michigan
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every day
    The best!

    Customer review by danbxx

    5.0 stars by danbxx

    Love it! Had a 900 watt and a 700 watt blender, no comparsion. This 600 watt, blows them away.

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    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:A few times per year
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    The other Oster bLenders say "all metal drive" this one does not. What is it? Also, is this the only one with "reversible" motor?
    by KevinY 4/16/2012
    • Metal - one of the reasons I picked it over the plastic onces.
      by An anonymous customer10/26/2012
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    • I had this same question when I was looking at this, because for some reason they did not mentione the all-metal drive feature on the box--or on eiter the Oster or the WalMart web site. However, when I called the Oster, they said it was, and when I opened the one I purchased, it clearly was all-metal. I really love this blender!
      by BarbLady8/30/2012
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    • I believe it's an all metal drive. The parts I can see are metal, and I don't notice any differences from this and my Osterizer. Yes, I think this is the only one with the reversible motor, which means the rotation of the blade goes one way, and then the other (clockwise and counterclockwise.) There are 6 blades instead of 4, 2 of which turn downward.
      by fletchandme8/19/2012
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    • All Oster blenders have an "all metal drive" it is one of their standard features. There may be others with the reversible motors, but I don't know about those.
      by TechyGirl815/24/2012
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    • This does had, an all metal drive.
      by danbxx5/8/2012
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    • I went to Walmart and looked at it, as well as got on their website and it is an all metal drive system.
      by CalCee7/22/2012
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    Is it ok to put some warm water and a couple drops of dish soap in blender and run it on back and forth setting to loosen up debris before taking it apart to clean?
    by waryr1 4/14/2013
    • I don't see why you couldn't, but I just put it in the sink and run warm water in the pitcher along with a drop or two of dishwashing soap once I have poured the blended beverage into a my drinking glass or canning jar. If you've made a smoothie, the warm tap water will warm up the base of the pitcher making it easy to remove it and the blade--I can do that even though I don't have full use of my hands.
      by EmKap7/6/2013
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    • Just rinse it out after use - easy clean up
      by suzeq7216/13/2013
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    • Yes, it is fine to do that. The blender jar is made of thick glass and the blade mechanism is all steel. No plastic. There is a thin rubber seal to prevent leaking between the jar and the blade mechanism which could fail at some point but it is easily replaced.
      by JayMar115/31/2013
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    • Of course. No problem!
      by Kalalu5/17/2013
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    • I'm sure it is. I don't get debris , as I put hot water in it immediately after emptying pitcher and run it at least a minute. I try to touch the blades as little as possible as are sharp !
      by holliesfind4/17/2013
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    • That should work just fine and be a fast cleanup.
      by Ummms4/15/2013
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