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Whip up personal concoctions with the Magic Bullet Mini — on sale for $25

Frozen margs for one, coming right up.
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Blend your sweet treats, then take them with you on the go. Credit: nutribullet / Mashable Photo Composite

SAVE 29%: The Magic Bullet Mini is on sale for $24.98 at Walmart as of May 11 — that's $10 off its usual cost. Simple, inexpensive, and ultra-compact, it's the ideal companion for whipping up smoothies, shakes, and more on the go or in small spaces.

Picture it: you, poolside, soaking up the sun and sipping on a margarita you just blended yourself without leaving your chair. This moment is made possible by the invention of personal blenders — like the Magic Bullet Mini, which happens to be a super affordable addition to your kitchen gadget arsenal.

The even more compact little sibling to the original Magic Bullet, the Magic Bullet Mini is already inexpensive at just $34.97. But as of May 11, it's on sale for even less. Pick up your own personal blender for just $24.98 at Walmart and save 29%.

Delicious poolside margs for one, frosty milkshakes, protein-packed smoothies, White Claw slushies, pasta sauces, party dips, and more are all within reach with the help of the Magic Bullet Mini — all in mere seconds. The seven-piece set comes with the motor base, two different sized blending cups, a cross blade, a resealable lid, a comfort ring to smooth out the rigid edges of the cups, and a recipe book to inspire your personal concoctions.

The compact blender fits in even the smallest of kitchens and tight spots — dorms, RVs, campers, office cubicles, etc. It also makes one helluva travel companion. But despite its small size, it has a big personality. It can chop, mix, blend, whip, grind, and more with a 200 watt motor right into the included 14 oz party mug or 10 oz short cup.

Like the iPad Mini to the iPad, the Magic Bullet Mini is just slightly smaller than the original Magic Bullet, comes with slightly smaller cups (14 oz versus 18 oz), and has slightly less power (200 watts versus 250 watts). Neither are the most powerful personal blenders on the market, but they're also not as expensive. Where you compromise on advanced features, you make up for in the ultra-low price. Save 29% and invest in personal concoctions for less than that fancy frozen drink at the pool bar.

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Credit: nutribullet
Magic Bullet Mini Blender
$24.98 at Walmart (save 29%)

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