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The Cyclonic Cutting Zone® Process
The secret to the Magic Bullet's time-saving efficiency is the specially designed blade and unique bullet-shaped design that automatically circulates food back into the Cyclonic Cutting Zone® region with so much force and speed that it can do virtually any job in 10 seconds or less.
Using the Magic Bullet® Blender Couldn't Be Easier
There are no buttons to press, no complicated manuals to read. Simply place one of THE BULLET™ Cups or Party Mugs on to the High-Torque Power Base and press...it's a snap! With the easy-to-use Magic Bullet, you can make delicious party dips like salsa, guacamole and bean dip, refreshing frozen margaritas and pina coladas, a variety of tantalizing pasta sauces, decadent desserts such as creamy chocolate mousse or frosty milkshakes and more. All with virtually no effort and no clean up. And all in 10 seconds or less.
Using the Magic Bullet® Blender is as easy as 1, 2, 3 ...
2. Twist on the Cross, or Flat Blade until the blade and cup have a tight seal.
3. Line up the tabs, place THE BULLET™ on the Power Base and press down on the cup to turn it on.
Here's how it works: As long as you're holding it down, the Magic Bullet is on. When you want the blades to stop, simply let go.
Or, for hands-free operation: Press down and gently turn the cup clockwise until the tabs lock under the lip of the Power Base. Now the Magic Bullet is in Lock On mode where the motor runs continually. To turn it off, simply twist the cup back counterclockwise and release the cup.
Mastering the Magic Bullet® Blender "Mixing" Techniques is a snap!
Lock On Mode is the hands free mode you use to blend foods until they achieve a smooth consistency. This is the technique for preparing creamy dishes like chocolate mousse, smoothies and frozen cocktails.
The Pulsing Technique is the one to use when you want chunky, textured dishes such as guacamole, egg salad or bean dip.
The most important thing to remember about "Pulsing" is that as you use one hand to tap down on the top of the cup, you need to use your other hand to apply counter- clockwise pressure to the cup.
Here are some video clips that demonstrate the Pulsing Technique: