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Juice Extractor Portable Mixer Food Processor

Juice Extractor Portable Mixer Food Processor

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Juice Extractor Portable Mixer Food Processor
Regular price $61.72 USD
Regular price Sale price $61.72 USD

Introducing our Juice Extractor Portable Mixer Food Processor – the ultimate on-the-go juicer and mixer. This compact and wireless blender is your partner in creating smoothies, juices, and more wherever you are. Its automatic operation ensures effortless blending, making it perfect for busy lifestyles. Experience the convenience of a portable food processor that can whip up delicious treats in seconds. Elevate your health and nutrition with this handy, Juice Extractor Portable Mixer Food Processor.

 

 

 

Item Information:
Material: Food grade PCTG + silicone
Charging cable length: 100cm
Power: 7.4v
Power: 50W
Speed: 20000r/min
Capacity: 350ml
Battery: Power battery 1400mAh, charging time 3-4h, can use about 12 cups

 

Packing list:
1*Electric Juicer
1*Base

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