The Horsepower of BlendTec Blenders
In August 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging that BlendTec blenders do not, and cannot, achieve the advertised peak horsepower during actual use. Specifically, plaintiffs claim that the highest…
November 2018: A federal judge granted the company’s motion to dismiss concluding that the complaint did not meet the heightened pleading standard for fraud-based claims. To learn more about all of the reasons for the dismissal, click here to read the court decision.
April 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Blendtec, Inc. for allegedly falsely advertising the horsepower of its blenders. Specifically, the complaint claims that the company misrepresents that the horsepower of its blenders is between 3.0 and 3.8 when, according to the plaintiffs, testing shows that the actual horsepower of the blenders is 25% less than the one represented. (Callegari et al v. Blendtec., Inc., Case No. 18-cv-308, D. UT.)
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