Black & Decker BLC10650MB Cyclone 10-Speed Blender with 48-Ounce Glass Jar

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Ice, fruit, coffee beans, beware! There's a cyclone on the way, and it's going to pulverize, chop, blend and mix anything that gets in its path. With the Cyclone blender, all the conditions are right. Its 475-watts of power work in conjunction with a unique contoured jar design and 4-plane blades to create a cyclone you can see, and results that will impress!

Customer Reviews

Five Stars

 on May 10, 2017
By Michael F. Korman
It blends bigger stuff into much smaller stuff

Cyclone

 on December 25, 2011
By kswesty
It is a bit noisy and the plastic part that fits in the top does not stay in, but it does a great job with smoothies.

Had mine for years…

 on May 12, 2014
By K. Sidhu
Had mine for years no problems. Only thing is I lost the clear rectangle plastic piece on top of the lid and can’t find a replacement. Just don’t put the base in the dishwasher on the bottom keep the plastic on the top. Bottom heat is too strong and will melt the plastic. I learned the hard way. It still works. I made it fit again. But never use the bottom anymore. Or I keep it all one piece the glass and the plastic and invert it upside down. So it stays one piece when I wash it. And inverted it high enough it does bend or get misshaped. Other than that it works fine. Great blender.

Don’t listen! Awesome blender!!!… for anyone with any sense.

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 on September 2, 2012
By Chrisbeall
I love this blender! It is easily the best performing, most reliable one I’ve ever had. I’ve had it for 4 years and it has endured grueling abuse (I use it to make smoothies daily). It is powerful (which some people apparently can’t handle), and it turns on when the buttons are depressed (imagine that), so to avoid it turning on “all by itself”, simply make sure you haven’t depressed any of the buttons prior to plugging it in.

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