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Omega BL630S 3-HP Variable Speed Blender, 64-Ounce, Silver

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27 customer reviews

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  • 3-hp commercial quality motor
  • Variable speed and timer functions
  • Unbreakable tritan copolyester container
  • Automatic shut off for overload protection
  • Innovative infinity function
  • VOLTAGE: 110V
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Power and precision define Omega's 3-HP blenders. Equipped with various blending cycles, a timer, and intuitive controls they create fast and fresh fusions of your favorite ingredients. Each blender includes an unbreakable Tritan Copolyester container, stainless steel blade assembly, and removable cap for adding ingredients. Touch Pad and variable controls for precision blending.

Product Details

Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 19 inches ; 11.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B005JA54DY
  • Item model number: BL630S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,965 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Arthur T. Bliss on April 4, 2014
Color: Silver
I actually have the 660R but they are the same machine but the 660 has the larger jar. After owning a Vitamix 3600 several years ago and a Blendtec for 2plus years the Omega is just a step better than either one. I would make the Omega the Rolls, the Vitamix the Cadillac, and the blendtec maybe a Buick or a Cadillac. First, the Vitamix; I didn't want another blender that required a tamper but it is a great blender. If you take the cost of the extra stuff that comes with it then it is probably a $300 machine, Both the Blendtec and the Vitamix have a 7 year warrantee and the Omega has a 10 year warrantee. They are all very powerful. If I hadn't had so many problems with the Blendtec I would have rated it higher as it does everything they claim it does but it just doesn't seem to be as well made as the Vitamix or the Omega. The Omega seems to run smoother than the other two. For smoothies I have tried everything from mixed/frozen fruits and veggies to even avocado seeds and frozen seeded grapes. It completely obliterates all of them. I have been experimenting with the infinity control and the manual timed/variable speed. I like the variable speed better because I start out as slow as it takes to get everything moving then slowly increase the speed. Doing it this way there is no need for a tamper. In all honestly I haven't tried making hummus, soup, or all the other stuff yet but I have only had it for about a month. The jar is much heavier than the Blendtec or Vitamix. The base is about the same as the Vitamix. The Blendtec is just too light. Last but not least it is just better looking. If you have an issue with the height then either store the jar and base separately or buy a Blendtec. Cleaning it is the same. Just put some warm water and a drop of dish soap and blend.Read more ›
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Chicago Book Addict TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 25, 2012
Color: Silver Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I got this blender as an upgrade for my Breville 800BLXL Die-Cast Hemisphere 2-Speed Blender with 67-Ounce Polycarbonate Jar. That blender is actually still going strong 3 years later and works for most common blender tasks (like smoothies) but I found myself coveting the increased power of commercial-quality blenders. My existing blender was great for things like blending smoothies of soups, but what appealed to me about the more high-performance blenders like the Vitamixes and the Blendtecs of the world is that they can also handle some of the typical tasks of a food processor due to their power. That means it's not just about liquids, but also creating smooth hummus, nut butters and more. This is something the average cook might not do, but handy for someone who likes to make as much as possible from scratch or is living a raw lifestyle. I was curious to see how this blender would perform because while Omega has a history in juicers, they are less known on the blender scene.

While this blender does have more power than my existing blender, I'm not sure it's quite up to snuff in comparison to a Vitamix or a Blendtec. I found that it struggled with things like nut butters, homemade flours, and purees. Heck even thick smoothies made with frozen fruit seem to challenge this blender more than I would expect for the power. To me that was a little disappointing because to me these are the reasons you upgrade from a standard blender to a high performance blender. More liquid-based smoothies and pureed soups that are silky and smooth are great, but I already achieve that pretty well with my existing blender.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. P. Sullivan on June 30, 2013
Color: Red
I have had this blender for 1.5 yrs. It replaced a Breville which we destroyed making smoothies. We like to add lots of frozen fruit and I tend to pile it all in at once. The breville's rubber seals and gears got worn away and it started smoking - it is apparently a common problem with all of the under $200 blenders. No worries with this blender - there is power to spare. I can put a whole apple in - seeds, core stem, everything - in 30 secs, it is liquid. I routinely make a kale smoothie - I jam a whole batch of kale in there without cutting - I just throw it in there. I have also tried whole cucumber, carrots, whole frozen strawberries - they all disappear.

As other reviewers noted, you do need some liquid in there to help it mix around. I have not tried making butters or flours - truthfully there are much better machines for both of those tasks (ps they are not blenders). I sometimes have trouble with whole leaves of kale when there is not enough liquid - the consistency then is pudding or thicker - a splash of juice and we are good to go. I don't want my smoothies that thick anyway.

I cannot compare it to a Vitamix since I have never tried one. This is much much more powerful than the Kitchen AId and Breville that I have had in the past. The gears on the bottom are huge steel cogs. Is it 3HP? I don't know - I am a tool guy so I am familiar with "peak" HP ratings. To me power is measured by results and there is more than enough power there for me.

I think that Vitamix is trying to justify their high price with the alternate usages. I make hummus in a cuisinart. When blending hot soup, I use a handheld immersion mixer. Making flours or butters, I use a grain mill. Buy a blender to make smoothies. If you don't want to put large fruit or vegetables in there, get a cheaper one.
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