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Login Join the Hip2Save Insiders. Sign up for our newsletter. Freebies View All Freebies. Coupon Database Search Coupons. My Coke Reward Members: I thought surely this many people can't be wrong! So I did a little investigating and figured out what the problem is. When you remove the blade housing from the cup, you are supposed to use the Blade Removal Tool that comes with the product.

It is labeled in the instruction booklet as Blade Removal Tool. I understood instantly what this was for and used it from day 1. Never had a problem. Some people didn't get it though, and they were very quick to rate this machine 1 star. I responded to those people in my original review and I was super condescending about it. I then read another review where they mentioned that the absolute necessity of using the BRT should be mentioned more and maybe closer to the front of the manual, and maybe in a bigger font or something.

That's correct- it should. If only for the hassle involved in waiting for a new seal, if you're one of the ones that dove right in without thinking about it for a sec. That's a little more diplomatic way of looking at it. SO, rather than be a jerk because I figured something out, I'm going to try and help new users of the RX with these important tips: Hold the cup firmly with one hand, and slowly loosen or tighten the blade.

Before putting the blade housing on a cup, check the gasket. Has it already come loose? Is it laying flush in the housing? It should fit snugly around the center ring, in the groove. If it has come off it isn't easy to get back on. When I purposely made it come off, it took a minute or two to get back on. I actually had to hold the ring in 2 spots while using a chopstick to get it back on. A hassle but it worked.

If it appears loose, even if you use the tool it may come out during use. The best way to explain this is: Look at the gasket ring. On the top you'll see 3 lines. Now, using the soup cup so you can see down in there, screw the blade housing onto the cup. Look and you'll only see ONE line of the gasket. That means that the cup is actually sitting on the gasket. That also means that it is impossible for the gasket to "come loose" during use and get "wrapped around the blade" UNLESS it was not secure before screwing on the blade housing.

I easily recreated the conditions that caused the gasket to come out. I also easily avoided them for a solid month of twice-daily use. If you unscrew with your hand and not the tool? Sometimes the gasket comes out. Imagine you've put a rubber band around a roll of toilet paper, just at the edge. Now if you squeeze the toilet paper roll, the rubber band can come off.

The blade housing is big. I have big hands and it still feels big to me. It's not made of stone so when you have to use a fair amount of force to unscrew it you're actually compressing the piece. Sometimes this makes it easier for the gasket to come out in the right conditions. If you don't notice and attempt to use again, I can see how it would easily leak or get wrapped around the blade or fall out whatever.

If you think it's a pain in the butt to have to inspect or keep track of the gasket before and after use? Do what I do. Use the soup cup. The soup cup is just like a standard blender cup so you don't have to take it on and off all the time. I've found that filling the cup just a little past the MAX Line with Veggies and water produces two 24 oz.

I've made 4 every day for a month. Final note on this review. He also said something about buying the machine 2nd hand and that it voids the warranty. I've been extremely pleased with the quality and performance of this product and recently told a friend: Nothing outlasts the Rxegizer.

Moran on October 11, I have had this model for 3 weeks now. I had problems a few times with the rubber coming loose after removing the blade housing. I read Eric's review and decided to start using the the blade removing tool each time to open the blade housing. I must have used this nutribullet 20 times since i began using the the blade removing tool and have not had an issue with the rubber becoming loose since.

Perhaps more emphasis should have been made on the instructions that the blade removing tool should be used every time. Those instructions should have been on page 1 instead of As far as this machine goes. It is a loud beast that pulverizes just about anything in its path.

I mostly use frozen fruits to make smoothies and whey powder milk shakes. I have also included almonds, carrots, spinach and dried cranberries. When mixed in with fruits, i can't even taste the spinach or carrots. I also suspect this machine would make some excellent frozen margaritas. I have yet to make soups with it but the way it pulverizes frozen fruits, ice and fresh vegetables, i am confident that the soups will come out just fine. By Donald SA on May 10, I couldn't decide on whether or not the more powerful motor was worth the extra cost and a friend who's an avid Nutribullet user told me to go with this one.

I can't tell you how much I love this machine. I've been on a vegan diet for three months, which has made a huge difference in my psoriatic arthritis, but I was getting a bit tired of my cooking. This blender's opened up a whole new world for me.

My smoothies in the morning are delicious and, although previously, I didn't mind the small bits of kale floating around from my previous blender, the fully blended version is much better. The biggest difference are the recipes I can now make. I tried this vegan alfredo sauce with cashews and it's off the charts delicious. It came out so smooth and creamy, and tasted so decadent that I couldn't believe it was actually healthy! Same thing for a cilantro, lime cream that I used for my veggie tacos.

This blender's made being vegan a completely new and delicious way of living. If you can afford the extra cost, get the more powerful Rx! By Snowbird Top Contributor: Makeup on May 24, My only complaint is that I did not receive the brush that was supposed to be included for cleaning the blade. But this is an awesome nutrient extractor!

Easy to iuse, much larger than the original Magic Bullet, which I had for over ten years, I think. There are some tips to use the RX model for the best satisfaction. Use the wrench tool to tighten your choice of cup onto the base. Load your heavier items closer to where the blade will be, like your nuts and seeds or frozen items when making a smoothie. Don't remove the inner gasket every time, it's supposed to create a tight seal, and not be removed constantly.

It won't contaminate your food if it's sealed properly in the first place, despite what a leading reviewer said. This is a wonderful blender for making smoothies and soups, the instructions are okay, but not that great, I learned more from researching other reviews online. I highly recommend this model, more than enough horsepower and I don't miss constantly pulsing my smoothies, cause you don't have to with this. It is powerful, just use common sense and load your heavier denser items closer to the blades.

Some cool things to put in your smoothies: I use a handful of greens and frozen fruit, plus whatever else I want in there, like protein powder, fresh fruit, ice, almond butter, etc. Read up on it before you knock the product, it does work great if you follow these tips. There is a free apps from nutri living with hundreds of recipes. I know it can make soup, but I don't care about that really, it's a great price for just making smoothies if you can snag one on the warehouse deals.

It was less than ninety bucks. Powerful, blends very well and most importantly very easy to clean! By NIO on June 17, So I have compared this to the Vitamix, top of the line model.