The “Will It Blend?” series of videos likely comprise one of the most well-known online marketing campaigns of all time. In fact, Blendtec’s “Will It Blend?” series was a viral marketing campaign even before the phrase “viral marketing campaign” existed. Every month or so, a pleasant fellow who looked like your run-of-the-mill scientist would greet viewers with an innocent look on his face. But before long, he would wreak havoc on some poor gadget by dropping it into a Blendtec blender in order to answer the question of whether or not the item would blend.
Well, now it’s time to answer that age-old question for yourself because Amazon is offering a killer Prime Day countdown deal on the Blendtec Total Blender with a FourSide Jar in Black.
First, a few key details:
- Commercial-quality 1,560-watt countertop blender with 3 HP direct-drive motor
- Preprogrammed blending cycles; digital touchpad controls; auto shutoff
- 2-prong stainless-steel blade spins at up to 29,000 rpm; ice-crushing guarantee
- 2-quart square blending jar; secure-fitting lid; user guide and recipes included
- Measures 7 by 8 by 15.5 inches; 3-year motor-base warranty; 1-year jar warranty; lifetime coupling-and-blade warranty
How good are Blendtec blenders, you ask? Well, here’s a video of one of them blending an iPad:
And here’s an iPhone:
How about some glow sticks?
Will a crowbar blend?
How about an iPhone 6 Plus?
Okay, okay, enough living in the past. It’s time for you to snag a Blendtec Total Blender in today’s Prime Deal for just $279.99 shipped and find out what blends and what doesn’t. The blender normally costs more than $400 so you know you’re getting a killer deal — just please be safe and don’t blend anything too crazy.
As we’ve noted, this deal is good for today only and you have to be a Prime member to take advantage. The good news is that if you don’t already have a Prime subscription, you can sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial right now and enjoy all the huge Prime Day deals coming this week.
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