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Nostalgia Electrics HSB-590 Margarita Machine

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Nostalgia Electrics HSB-590 Margarita Machine

The Nostalgia Electrics HSB-590 Stainless Steel Margarita & Slush Machine is a frozen drink machine that will add thirst-quenching fun to any occasion. It uses crushed ice or small ice cubes from the freezer and not only makes fantastic margaritas but can also mix up batches of other favorite frozen drinks such as daiquiris or slushes for the kids. An easy pour spout dispenses frozen drinks directly into a glass. This machine is designed for kitchen or home bar use but can also be used in places such as family rooms, dorm rooms, offices and club houses.

Features

  • 90-watt margarita maker with ice grinding/shaving motor
  • Front-mounted serving spout for easy dispensing
  • Insulated container holds up to 128 ounces
  • Carrying handle
  • AC power
  • See-through lid and jar
  • ETL approved

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4 of 5 stars
44% (24)
15% (8)
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17% (9)
  • Terrible DO NOT BUY!!   »   Most Recent Review “The first time I tried it a bolt stripped out and we had to send it back. When we received our replacement we began making drinks and the motor burnt up.”
  • Delicious Margaritas   »   Most Helpful Reviews “My husband loves his new Margarator Margarita Machine. We all enjoyed testing it. The drinks were delicious. It makes a large batch and keeps them icy fresh.”
  • unimpressed   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I am very disapointed. The unit's drive train broke within 3 months so the motor runs but nothing spins. While it did work, it was much louder than a blender and was not as useful.”