Thursday, September 12, 2019

MCHATTE Portable Blender with Personal Juicer Cup for Juice shakes and Smoothies (for Travel and is USB Rechargeable)

I am truly not on-board the "smoothie" groupies that enable one to gulp down their veggies, fruits, and even grains in liquefied form. But this cute little blender for smoothies really caught my eye. So here I sit gulping down an unbelievably delicious, sweet fruity drink.

It is like drinking a cloud of goodness. What I used in this small blender was a small-medium sized banana, 1/4 peeled apple (I buy nice apples, not budget apples), half-dozen baby cut carrots (you buy them already peeled and washed), and about 1/4 cup orange juice.

But I'm getting ahead of myself. First of all I unboxed the MCHATTE Portable Blender, Personal Juicer Cup, Fruit Mixing Machine/Blender, familiarized myself with the pieces, disassembled and reassembled the blender, then again disassembled and thoroughly washed the pieces. At this point, I was ready to gather the fruits and veggies and begin blending.

There are no instructions that I can read as it is all in Chinese or an oriental language. There is no recipe book with suggestions. So you have to just wing it. I'd recommend the company have their box and instructions written in the language to which they are marketed or shipped. But that's not what we're talking about today. We're taking about the pros and cons of this nifty blender.

Designed for small smoothies or those traveling who want to be sure they get their daily quota of smoothies, this product is ideal. It is rechargeable using a USB port cord. You get several uses between charges. Personally, I'd recommend you make certain your unit is charged prior to using. You certainly don't want to plug this into your computer and blend your smoothie. Simply because mishaps do happen. So charge your unit with your recharging device only when you're not making a smoothie. (I know you got a laugh out of those instructions, but people do strange things.)

Now the unit is ready and filled with my fruits and veggies. I push the button to commence action and voila I have a delicious smoothie. It is lovely. I pour it into the cup that functions as the lid to the unit. It is such a cute cup and has a lovely handle.

I think this is an ideal unit for home use but especially for those who travel.

Product information (click here to find unit -   Mchatte Blender )

8.07" includes power base. 5.51" has power base removed.
Has flat "lid" attached to become "to-go" unit.
NOTE: Exercise care when removing power base. Flip to
have powerbase on top or removal and placement of flat lid.

  • ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION LAMP OF PORTABLE BLENDER: After use, press and hold the power button to turn on the disinfection mode, an ultraviolet disinfection lamp, It's safe and healthy. VERA'S NOTE; I depress the control  a few seconds and the little UV light appears. Do this after washing unit.)
  • POWERFUL AND RECHARGEABLE OF BLENDER JUICER CUP: Blend fruits, baby food, vegetables, etc. within 20 seconds, max speed 18300 rpm. 3600mAh rechargeable battery, easily charged by power bank, laptop, computer, or other USB devices. It's very portable and great for traveling outdoor. 
  • SMART DISPLAY DESIGN OF PORTABLE JUICER CUP: click the switch to display the power, double-click the switch to start the 20-second countdown to blend.
  • CUP SEPARATION DESIGN OF PORTABLE BLENDER: After separating the main engine of Portable Blender , It becomes a sealed cup, which is convenient for refrigerating, on-the-go, Office, and Travel.
  • SAFETY AND FOOD GRADE MATERIAL: Personal blender, safe for babies to drink from with an Enhanced ABS resin bottle(FDA, BPA Free), Contains 6 blades made of 304 stainless steel, an in-cup design to prevent accidental finger cuts.

DISCLOSURE: I received a unit to facilitate review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given

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