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Product name: portable juicer
Charging method: USB
Battery: 1300 mAh
Blade: stainless steel + four-leaf blade
Body material: high boron thick glass
Gross weight/net weight: 0.75kg/0.65kg
Product color: green
Control method: one-key start
Product size: 85*85*190mm
Packing size: 230*110*110mm
Blender*1 Charging cable*1 Manual*1
Note on the juice cup:
Charging: the first use to charge more than 3 hours, 8 hours is better, otherwise it is easy to power shortage or not.
Tighten: the cup body and the base must be tightened to rotate, because the cup body and the base have an invisible protection switch, only the cup body can be tightened to reach the convenient working state.
Fruit size: fruit must be cut into small pieces of 1.5 cm.
Add water: After putting the fruit, you must add one-half of the water or milk of the amount of fruit, do not dry, easy to burn the motor. (Unless you have a lot of water, such as watermelon, you don't need water)."br""br" Switch: The cup should be inverted and the switch should be turned up before the head is turned up (otherwise the blade is easily caught by the fruit, the card machine does not turn). After the inverted position, it should be shaken about 45 degrees, and the juice extraction effect will be good."br""br" Prompt:"br" Do not immerse the machine head in water to prevent damage to the battery.
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