The BlendJet 2 Portable Blenders Have Brought Back the Colorful Lisa Frank Designs

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Photo credit: BlendJet
Photo credit: BlendJet


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Lisa Frank used to grace our notebooks and folders, and now it’s covering every sort of product from cookie dough to sneakers. One of its latest takeover is in collaboration with BlendJet for its BlendJet 2, which, as our senior electronic editor describes it, is a “…portable blender [that] works surprisingly well despite its small shape and battery-powered motor.”

The special-edition BlendJets come in three designs that are screaming colorful Lisa Frank designs. All of them are full of rainbows, but you just have to decide if you want Rainbow Fade, Rainbow Leopard, or Tie-Dye. Now you won’t only get to blend a smoothie, shake, frozen drink, or baby food on the go, but you’ll get to do it with a fun BlendJet that says “welcome back to the ’90s!”

The strong, yet mighty, gadget is available exclusively on BlendJet.com for $64.95. The three Lisa Frank designs originally launched in January 2022 (and sold out quickly, according to the brand), but they’re back for a limited time with their 16-ounce capacities.

If you haven’t tried the BlendJet 2 before, you’re in for a real treat. The technology allows you to mix up a sip where you are, and recharge the device quickly with any USB port. It’s primarily made from BPA-free plastic and features various blend modes, all accessible with the push of a single button. What makes this portable blender different from others is that the stainless steel blades are offset from the center of the base, creating a tornado-like effect that blends ingredients 275 times per second, as described by the brand.

“What we love about this collaboration is how both Lisa Frank and BlendJet have disrupted boring categories with extraordinary products,” Ryan Pamplin, CEO of BlendJet, said in a press release. “BlendJet makes it easy and convenient to whip up a healthy smoothie or shake, but it also makes it fun — and Lisa Frank takes fun to another level!”

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