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There were a few cubes left over when the job was done, but plenty of usable snow or ice shavings that can be used for drinks or snow-cones.
The blender did not seem too stressed, but
Consumer Reports has said in the past that this is a dangerous activity for the blender as it can cause the blades to be broken.
This was the amount of ice I put into the Nutribullet.
It was about half of the container filled.
Then I simply let it run for a few seconds.
The ice was turned into snow besides for a few cubes.
Here's a picture of the snow from the ice crush test.
As you can see, there's still some on the blades.
Their tests were rather rigorous, probably far exceeding what a normal user would do.
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