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OmniBlend V 3 Hp Professional Blender with Free Stevia Extract!

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 7.5 x 16.1 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • ASIN: B005DMF2HG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,253 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

I find the automatic, medium setting does best for my smoothies.
B Maher
The smoothie was delicious, and it was totally blended, no lumps or chunks of anything, just a smooth drink.
Captainbob
If you're looking for a powerful blender and want to save some money, the Omniblend is a great option.
Jethro UT

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Milton on July 13, 2012
I could not wrap my brain or wallet around spending close to $400 for a basic Vitamix model. So I kept looking around and found the Omni V at 3blenders.com. This site has more than enough video demonstrations for anyone to get a good idea of how the Omni functions, which probably accounts for the seller's admonition not to buy if one is given to returning products purchased online. Nevertheless, at $250 plus shipping, the Omni is a formidable opponent to the Vitamix and Blendtec. So you have to blend a few extra seconds to get the exact same results as you would with a Vitamix or Blendtec--it's worth the difference in price! My Omni is pressed into service at least twice a day, and I have had NO problem blending nuts, greens veggies (such as swiss chard and kale), and frozen whole bananas--the Omni doesn't even blink--creamy smooth. And cleaning is a snap as part of the beauty of the Omni is its simplicity. The base of the Omni's carafe is wider than the Vitamix's, but I find wider bases are easier to scrap clean than narrow bases.

I will point out that the Omni is made in China while the other top contenders are made in the US. But after thinking about it, I decided where the product was manufactured was not a deal breaker for me.

If you are looking for a high powered blender like the Vitamix or Blendtec, but aren't sure you want to spend the extra money, check out the Omni. And look around the internet--you will find independent video reviews of the Omni V that essentially agree that the Omni V is more bang for your buck.
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65 of 79 people found the following review helpful By rouge girl on March 14, 2012
I've owned Omni for over a month and having huge issues with blending the recipes that came directly from the book included with the blender. It will not grind up nuts, the mixture sticks to the walls of the blender while the blades are idly spinning. And with several other recipes it takes a ridiculous amount of time to get the right consistency!! I've notices the company really stresses the fact that it's really powerful, however I don't think that alone makes a blender efficient. Like I mentioned the blades just keep spinning (very, very fast) while the mixture is stuck unblended to the walls of the cup. It seems to me the problem is the design of the container - it has a very wide square base which makes it possible for the ingredients to be shoved in the corners unblended. By contrast the vitamix container design is very narrow at the bottom, where the surface is completely taken up by the blade, so anything that goes down will be ground up (my mom has one).

P.S. The return policy is written in such a way as to make the consumer feel guilty and ashamed if they find any fault with the product, and stated rather unprofessionally, which raises a few questions of its own. It basically states the company provides sufficient resources for the buyer to be educated on blending, and since there's no problems with the blender, the only reason it may be unsatisfactory is because of the owners ineptitude to master the blending skills. Honestly I have never read such pompous statements from a professional company before. But the tactic is clear the company words it in a such a way where the buyer is guilted into believing the issues are truly their own since the product is impeccable.

Also green smoothies still have little chunks, when the same exact one in vitamix are literally liquified. This is from my personal side by side test. I wish I would have spent the money on Vitamix.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sharmista on August 28, 2013
I have owned the Omni blender for 18 months. It does work very well. It makes wonderful smoothies. I also use it for whole grain pancake batter and it turns out great. But...

After using the machine for less than a year, all of the lubricant leaked out of the blade assembly and it froze up. I emailed the company and they sent me a new one (the blade assembly has a one year warranty.) Now, only about 7 months later, the lubricant is leaking out of the blade assembly AGAIN!! It hasn't seized up yet, but when I turn the blade, you can feel it grinding in there. I am afraid to use it because I know it is only a matter of time! The new blade assembly from their website is $55! If I have to spend $55 1-2 times a year to replace blades, then this machine is NOT a good value and I would not recommend it to anyone!!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By seamusmom on June 13, 2012
Bought this about a year ago and I am very pleased with it. I use it twice a day w/o fail.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jethro UT on September 9, 2013
I have owned this blender for over one year and am very happy with it. I also own a blendtec and my sister owns a vitamix so I am familiar with those as well. All are great blenders. We use ours at least daily, sometimes multiple times a day for green smoothies and for thick ice smoothies. We purchased this directly from the 3hpblenders.com web site and it was cheaper than on amazon. I also purchased an extra jar assembly because we have worn out jar assemblies on our blendtec. (I haven't used the 2nd Omniblend jar yet because the first is still going strong.) I like the design of this blender. I like the square shape of the jar, it get's a nice vortex like the blendtec and is easy to clean. I like that it comes with a tamper and I use it frequently. At times I wished my blendtec had a tamper. I like the design of the blade assembly and that the bearings can be replaced without replacing the entire jar. With my blendtec the entire jar assembly had to be replaced when the bearings went out, and at almost $100 per jar and wearing one out each year... I decided to try the Omniblend. I'm happy I did. I would say the Omniblend does not chop spinach, kale, and nuts as fine as the blendtec, but almost as fine and no issue for me at all. I think the reason is the blade speed is a little slower on the Omniblend, but there is plenty of power. The slower blade speed may help the bearings last longer. All in all, I am very happy with this blender. If you're looking for a powerful blender and want to save some money, the Omniblend is a great option.
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