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48 X79 Recycled Chair Mat For Hard Floors Rectangular Tinte
"Floortex Ecotex Revolutionmat Manufactured from 100percent recycled post consumer PET. Extremely durable slightly tinted and 100percent recyclable. Helps reduce your carbon footprint; Smooth back ensures a stability for use on hard floors. Size: 48""x79"". Pattern: Solid."
SD Cove: This blender is unreliable and does not work well for smoothies (our main use for a blender). When the cutter assembly broke (after ~20 uses) I contacted Cuisinart about a warranty replacement. Since the blender was purchased as a gift (from our wedding registry), we did not have "proof of purchase" and Cuisinart did not honor the 3-year warranty.We purchased a replacement part from CuisinartWebstore.com (~$21 with shipping) and got through another ~10 uses before that cutter assembly broke as well. This time with a proof of purchase in hand I called cuisinart customer "service" again only to learn they do not warranty items bought at the webstore (i.e. the replacement part had no warranty).If we could rate a company / brand here as well I would give one star to Cuisinart (i.e. Conair) for their shoddy product quality and poor customer service.
SouthernLady: SUCH A SWEET BLENDER AND STURDY TOO. I USE IT EVERY DAY. BOUGHT THIS ONE AFTER A PLASTIC CONTAINER ONE BUSTED IN MID STREAM AND BLEW OUT ALL OVER MY NEW KITCHEN AND NEW WINDOWS TOO.. OH WOW.. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS PINK BLENDER. WORTH EVERY PENNY.
The Brooks Stead "L. Brooks": I had used this blender for blending "soft" drinks like shakes and smoothies without ice, but after using it ONCE for blending with frozen strawberries, the plastic part that drives the blender mechanism broke. It's made of a hard plastic and not a softer plastic that has some give to it as many other blenders do. This is definitely not something I would expect from Cuisinart. Very disappointed.
xiuh: I'd formerly written that I'd sent the base for this blender back to Cuisinart for repairs, not once, but twice, after the plastic gears broke blending *liquids*. Liquids! Not even thick sauces or heaven forbid ICE -- despite the advertisement of this item as a "bar blender."Well, guess what? It broke again, when blending a thin soup. I'm not going to waste any more money sending this thing back to Cuisinart and will have to think twice about buying appliances from Cuisinart again.
Cook & Collector "Qualified Foodie": Macy had these for $39.99 so I bought three. All three failed within a very short period of time.Cuisinart charges $10 for warranty repair and you have to pay shipping to return them to Cuisinart, plus all the time required to copy your sales invoice, repackage the unit, deliver it to the post office and wait in that line all for the $17 difference in simply buying another unit.Then again, why bother buying another or even getting a warranty replacement since you'll be going through the same process a few months later.