The NutriBullet N17-1001 Rx blender is down to $89.99 at Best Buy. This deal is part of Best Buy's deals of the day and one of the best prices we've ever seen at that retailer or anywhere else; however, it has been price matched at Walmart today.

The same blender is $150 on Amazon right now and has never dropped below $100 there. It's going for even more at Target.

Smoothie time

NutriBullet N17-1001 Rx blender

Functions for smoothies, heating, blending, and SouperBlast. Pulverizes ice, whole fruits, and seeds with 1700W motor. Stainless steel blades and dishwasher-safe removable parts. Step-by-step instructions and recipe book included.

$89.99 $150.00 $60 off

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The NutriBullet uses a 1700-watt motor, and that's strong enough for even some of the toughest blend. It can pulverize ice, whole fruits, and seeds in just seconds. You'll liquify solid ingredients and quickly create purees, juices, and smoothies with an even consistency. The blender includes functionality for smoothies, heating, blending, and a SouperBlast mode, which is great if you need to make soups, sauces, and other warm foods.

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The Nutrition Extractor promises the highest nutrient extraction ratio, so you get the most out of your foods. The blending process helps transform high-fiber fruits, veggies, nuts, and more into nutrient-dense smoothies that stay easy to digest and absorb.

The blades are made with stainless steel and ensure a smooth, even blend. There are dishwasher-safe parts that are easily removable, too, like the cups which should be placed on the top rack. The blades can be easily cleaned with soap and water. The contents of the package include some tools like a cleaning brush and a blade removal tool. You'll also get an oversized blending cup and a one liter pitcher.

The blender can make single servings or family-sized servings, and it complies with both U.S. and Canadian electrical standards.

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