Pros & Cons: The machine is great for bringing ice to drinking consistency for drinks.
You may avoid using fruits with seeds as frequent use may cause damage and create cleaning issues. Also, may need some learning on the lid and spout tap.
Nostalgia Electrics MSB64 is a 64 Ounce Margarita and Slush maker it utilizes a patented grind and shave mechanism that crushes ice perfectly without leaving large pieces and chunks like traditional blenders. It is a perfect companion for making cold, ice blended Daiquiris, Margarita, Coffee and other blended chilled drinks. Your kids will love you for being a cold drinks expert. It features a attractive slim upright design that shall not only enhance your kitchen or table top for a get-together but also give you great options to make kids happy.
It has a powerful motor that shaves ice perfectly to enable you make drinks with perfect consistency in about a minute. You can make 64 ounces (about 8 cups) of slushes, smoothies or blended drinks in one go.
For a appliance like this you would want easy cleaning and portability. Nostalgia Electrics MSB64 gives you both. It can be easily detached from the base for easy cleaning and comes with carrying tote for easy portability. The machine also has a frontal spout and drip tray making handling easy.
Nostalgia Electrics MSB 64 also provides you with convenient on/off dial for ease of use. It also comes with a carrying bag with straps and pockets so that you can take it with you wherever you need to. It is built to North American electrical standards and may need special adaptors to be used at other places around the world. It has dimensions of 7.8 x 17.6 x 8.1 inches and weighs 4.8 pounds
Nostalgia Electrics MSB64 is a great frozen drink machine that brings in fun to any get together at its price it is not only a great buy but also definite plus to kitchen. It is tastefully designed and delivers the job of ice crushing well as expected from the machine. I would rate this product 4 out of 5 for its great output on ice pulverization in particular.
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