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Not sure if I mentioned this before, but for those people that mix their own protein or supplement drinks the blender bottle is the shit. I've been using mine(2) for a while now and could not be happier, if you mix your own shakes its a must have. Better than any other mixer bottle I've ever used.


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Looks like a neat and simple design. I hate how the powders clump up on my mixing spoons. I'll have to give that a try!

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Looks like a neat and simple design. I hate how the powders clump up on my mixing spoons. I'll have to give that a try!
i hate mixing with a spoon, you have to choke it down when it's mixed that way. I used to break out the blender after workouts as it makes shakes much more drinkable, but these are just as good, easier, and dishwasher safe. I might get another 2.

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What makes it different than the other bottles you buy at GNC?

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I used to have something like this and it was awesome!! Now I add tofu to my protein shakes, so I can't use it anymore... Gotta use the old blender...

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Not sure if GNC has mixing bottles like these (I've never looked), but that big wire ball that goes inside does all the mixing for you. Sort of like the ball bearings in a spray paint can.

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What makes it different than the other bottles you buy at GNC?
its the wisk style ball in it, nothing works as well and I've used several.

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Yeah GNC sells that bottle that's where I got mine. awesome bottle.
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suhweeet.. I'm gonna go get one at lunch. I hate when my drinks have the big glumps of protein balls.

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Oh man, I had one of those years ago and forgot all about them. hehe, more of a pain the ass to clean them but they do work nice.
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hmmm I never had a problem washing it I just give it the once over with the brush and then shake it with dishwater in it like I would a drink.
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Oh man, I had one of those years ago and forgot all about them. hehe, more of a pain the ass to clean them but they do work nice.
dishwasher dude, comes out cleaner than new!

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suhweeet.. I'm gonna go get one at lunch. I hate when my drinks have the big glumps of protein balls.
you said protein balls

While somewhat on the subject, I have been toying with grabbing a shake around my workout. Before or after or both? Currently, I am eating dinner 2 hours prior, and grabbing sushi afterwards. Ideas?
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afterwards.

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i need one or two for drinks to have while driving around at work
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Very cool, thanks. The stuff I use now is made by BSN and believe it or not mixes instantly in a regular shaker cup. Taste super good too. Syntha-6 by BSN = good stuff.

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Internesting shaker, but that ball would be a pain in my ass to clean I think. Some whey powders mix better than others. I have no problem with ON 100%mixing in a normal shaker.
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Internesting shaker, but that ball would be a pain in my ass to clean I think. Some whey powders mix better than others. I have no problem with ON 100%mixing in a normal shaker.
its not hard to clean, I wouldnt recommend it if it was. I use ON too, and nothing tops the blender bottle except a real blender.

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Either you really like these things or you are getting a kickback from them because this is the 2nd or 3rd time I've seen you post this up

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Either you really like these things or you are getting a kickback from them because this is the 2nd or 3rd time I've seen you post this up
2nd tops, I think I posted it within a thread but I couldnt find it. I did search. I just love mine.

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2nd tops, I think I posted it within a thread but I couldnt find it. I did search. I just love mine.
(big infomercial smile) But wait...there's more. Chris, tell everyone what they get if they order within the next 15 minutes!!!
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(big infomercial smile) But wait...there's more. Chris, tell everyone what they get if they order within the next 15 minutes!!!
if you oder within the next 10 minutes biggie will slob your knob!!! that's right folks, you get a free BJ!!!

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i usually order my supplements from dpsnutrition.com and they have it for $6.99, less then direct. I'm ordering at least one more with my next tub of ON whey.

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Love this thing... The Magic bullet!



1 Scoop of powder
1 Table spoon of Peanut Butter
Add ice cubes... and fill with milk.

Blend and it is already in a nice single serving cup!
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Magic Bullet

I got it for a xmas present a couple of years ago... Just sat in the cabinets for a while. Then one day i was like hmmmm. Been using it for shakes ever since.
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Rob you are the man!!! I have been trying to find a smaller easier to clean blender for my tofu shakes and this would be perfect!! I hate cleaning my big ass blender every morning!! I'm totally buying one now!

Edit: Fuck that!!! $99.99 for one of these? Hells no!!

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Look around Lori you may be able to find it less expensive somewhere... IMHO the amount I use it makes it worth the $99.

Order with some one else... Buy one Get one. On the front page of their web site. $50 each then.

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