target shaker bottle

  Protein shaker electric is a gift of modern mankind. That’s why,

  Okay, let’s get it straight. I love Soy Lent. I often use mixed bottles. Man, if you want to make your protein shaker better, you can talk to the Solent subreddit. This is a fact.

  Having said that, they are very effective in mixing fine powders ;). Thick peanut butter mixes easily. I have not tried thicker than this. The spout is medium in size and tastes good.

  Now there are some key feedbacks:

  Noise: They are noisy. The shaking of the liquid and the rattling of the metal stirring ball can be heard, the sound is very loud. The flip lid makes a sharp clicking sound (closed only when the lid is screwed on, it will be quieter). When you finish drinking, the ball will rattle. Idk, what are your expectations? Can’t stop gravity, idiot.

  Seal: The safety seal inspires my confidence, allowing me to throw a closed bottle that may be a quarter full in the back seat of the car. I know that it is 99% likely to be Gucci.

  Cleanliness: They are easy to wash and dry by hand (even if they are air-dried). However, some parts of the bottle are too small to be easily cleaned.

  Long wear: a dark electric bottle shaker, such as light purple/pink? A kind of wear is obvious because the stress marks in the plastic show areas that are as light as any other plastic. I think it’s okay. Plastic is a good material. Over time, the lid hinge on the top will become softer. If you drink a glass of wine at the end, and your milkshake splashes on your face, it will become very annoying. It hasn’t happened many times so far, but I can say it is happening.

  Some deeper feedback from BB, I have been turning the direction to turn off the flip on one side. To make the lid less loud, it’s like drawing the lid of a jar, facing the other side]

  Nowadays, some companies believe that their electric blender bottle products have won the asking price, and some are correct. I think the mixing bottle is the latter.

  Good job, protein shaker bottle!

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