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    Posted 3 years ago

    AnythingOb…
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    ...followed me home today, to join the other three competing for my shelf/counter space...what's the next word beyond "trilogy"...?? ;-) :-)

    https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/245223-a-trilogy-of-old-osterizer-blenders

    For another whopping $10 investment, this one came from an estate sale [once more on half-off-price day, even?!! <happydance>] and like my others, turns out to remain in perfectly operational condition despite one small spot of electrical tape on its cord. [which I have not further investigated yet, other than that it didn't spark/smoke/not work because of it when I plugged it in and tried it anyway...?] It is stamped as model #442 on its baseplate which I have to guess makes it ever-so slightly older than my other chrome SUPER DE LUXE machine (#452, both newer than my copper DE LUXE #403?) and its motor unit only seems to differ from it (them) by the exact lettering on the (same shaped anyway) nameplate around its control knob.

    What *is* sorta unique about it (compared to the others anyway) is its glass jar assembly -- while the base/blade and top/cap parts are essentially the same, this one is an OSTER branded 4-cup size with a black bakelite (?) handle attached to it with a stainless steel (?) strap around its top. The (original, I think?) jars with my others are both 3-cup sized with or without the molded glass brand name or handle.

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    1. Brunswick Brunswick, 3 years ago
      Could I get A Chocolate shake Please? Lol! Nice one!

      Thomas.
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      THANKS SO MUCH to:
      fortapache
      elanski
      Brunswick
      &
      dlpeterson

      for stopping by and tapping the <love it> button!!

      Thomas -- a chocolate shake does indeed sound kinda good right now (it's *hot* here, currently!) and I think I even have some ice cream in the freezer...this particular Osterizer hasn't been fully cleaned yet, but I might have to break out one of the others before the night is over...?! :-) :-) :-)
    3. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 1 year ago
      More THANKS to Twatson & aura for stopping by and leaving the <love it>s for yet one more of my Osterizers!! I just *love* appliances/machines that were actually built to high standards of quality, such that they can remain perfectly functional now probably 60+ yrs (?) after they were first manufactured...???!!! :-) :-) :-)

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