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Deal of the Day: 33% off the #1 best-selling blender/mixer system

Deal of the Day: 33% off the #1 best-selling blender/mixer system
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Take a walk around your local mall and you'll probably notice that juice is "in." Not the over-sweet grocery and convenience store juice on the shelves, though, we're talking "artisanal" juices. These juices are hand-blended from actual fresh fruit and vegetables.

I'm a little confused by this new trend. You might just see why if you check out the first deal. Oh, and be sure to stick around for a high-quality microphone that you can use for all of your VoIP calls.

NutriBullet 12-Piece Blender/Mixer-System - $80.99 ($119.99)

Products like this are why I'm always confused about paying $5 or more for juice. The Magic Bullet is a best-selling smoothie and juice factory. Along with many other products, the Magic Bullet is one of the semi-pro tasty fruit drink dispensers.

This is the lowest price tag I've ever seen on this product. There's a good chance that this deal won't be around forever, so you might want to add it to your court as soon as possible.

Click here to shop for the Magic Bullet NutriBullet 12-Piece High-Speed Blender/Mixer System.

Samson Go Mic Portable USB Condenser Microphone - $34.99 ($89.99)

Your internal laptop microphone might be the reason that your Skype phone calls are hard to hear. The best way to solve the problem is to either buy a headset or microphone. This high-quality desktop mic can certainly be one solution.

At its current price, you'd be saving about $55 on this mic, which is among the lowest prices I've ever seen for this particular mic. It's definitely worth checking out.

Click here to shop for this USB condenser microphone.

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