After considering several aspects and uses. Reading many reviews and watching countless videos on the various brands, Vitamix, kitchenaid, Blentec, Omniblend, Ninja, blenders, and their costs, I finally settled on the Ninja Mega Kitchen System.
I think what tipped the scales was one home spun video of a man and his three year old son put two pounds of Walmart plain peanuts in his Ninja , with no oil, tuned it on and six minutes later he poured out the smooth peanut butter. He did stop it once to scrap the sides down but that's all.
I actually purchase it from this website. I had some difficulty maneuvering around the site but got it ordered, with PayPal.
I was told it was coming in two packages. Since it contains several pieces, I thought nothing of it, though I did receive two emails thanking me for my order and then two emails saying it was being shipped.
Yesterday, I received TWO blenders. Two complete systems. I immediately checked my Paypal notice and They only charged me one amount. Went to my online banking and only one amount was extracted.
So, now what to do?
Has anyone else had this happen?
Edited by MrB (11/10/1201:55 PM)
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
What to do? Keep the extra one as a standby, sell it, or give as a gift. Will make a great wedding present.
What happened to you happened to me earlier this year. I ordered an automatic cat food feeder from an online website. What I got was both the food & water automatic feeders. I was only charged for one feeder according to my cc statement. My cat has never been happier.
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