Retail Scorecard: Blenders

Retail Scorecard for blenders at Macy’s, Kohl’s and J.C. Penney
May 4, 2015David Gill

RetailScorecardlogoNEW YORK-Blenders from Ninja, KitchenAid and Blendtec were among those on sale at Macy’s last week. The Ninja NJ 600 Professional Blender could be had from $99.99, down from $149.99. The Ninja NutriNinja 2-in-1 Blender was priced down from $169.99 to $119, and the Ninja NutriNinja Duo Auto iQ Blender was sale-priced at $199.99 (was $324.99). Both the KitchenAid Architect 5-Speed Blender and Diamond 5-Speed Blender were priced at $129.99, down from $189.99. Blendtec’s 575 Classic Blender carried a price tag of $379.99 (was $569.99), and the Blendtec 675 Designer Blender was sale-priced at $549.99 (was $789.99).

Kohl’s has sales on two NutriBullet products. The NutriBullet Pro 900-Watt Blender sold for $129.99, down from $179.99. The NutriBullet Rx 1,700-Watt Blender was priced down from $249.99 to $199.99. Kohl’s also had the Ninja Mega Complete Kitchen System Blender & Food Processor for $229.99 (was $299.99). The KitchenAid 5-Function Diamond Blender could be had for $159.99 (was $179.99). The Oster Versa Professional Performance Blender was priced down from $249.99 to $236.99. The Salton Harley Pasternak Power Blender was tagged at $269.99, down from $299.99. The Cuisinart PowerEdge 700 Blender had a price of $159.99 (was $199.99).


J.C. Penney had sale prices on several Ninja and Cuisinart blenders. The Ninja Mega Kitchen system was priced down from $320 to $219.99. The Ninja Professional Blender could be had for $99.99 (was $145), and the Ninja Master Prep Pro System was cut in price from $90 to $59.99. The Cuisinart ReMix 6.0 Blender was sale-priced at $79.99 (was $120), and the Cuisinart Velocity Ultra Trio 1-HP Blender/Food Processor with Travel Cups had a tag of $149.99, down from $215. The KitchenAid 5-Speed Immersion Blender was priced down from $130 to $99.99. The Waring Pro Horsepower Inverted Blender had a price of $299.99 (was $430).

David GillDavid Gill | Senior Editor

David Gill covers home textiles, small electrics housewares, personal-care products, cleaning products, mattresses, consumer electronics and major appliances. He also reports on retailers and writes about the business and financial side of both vendors and retailers. He has more than 30 years of experience in business journalism, and has worked for other publications and websites that cover consumer products from both the manufacturer and retailer sides. His outside interests include sports (he is a big fan of the New York teams and of British soccer), cooking, movies and theater. He occasionally enjoys a good cigar as well.


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