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Vita-Mix Vita-Prep 64 Oz 3 Speed Blender
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- Larger 3hp motor means you can run it for extended periods of time without overheating. Variable speed control allows you to chop, grind or blend different ingredients at exactly the right speed for exactly the right consistency.
- Accelerator switch allows even higher speeds for purees or fine blending.Cleanup is easy, simply rinse out the container after each use, and you're ready to use it again.
- Comes with a TAMPER to push ingredients down into the blade. The tamper fits through the hole in the lid and catches on the lid before it can reach the blade - designed for safety and functionality!Specially designed, large 64oz clear polycarbonate container is virtually unbreakable and lets you see inside.
- Functions: On/Off switch, Speed Control Knob, and Accelerator toggle for maximum smoothness.3 Year warranty against defects in parts and workmanship which includes 1 year service contract (US/Canada).
- Includes a complete 54 page recipe manual that explains methods, variations and suggestions for a myriad of menu items. This manual is for commercial volume recipes.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have now had this unit for almost 5 YEARS. We use this almost EVERY DAY to make smoothies and green drinks, and it is still going strong. We haven't experienced any problem at all with this unit. Surprisingly, we are also still using the original blender cup and blades. I had expected to replace that by now. Its not quite as sharp as it was when new, but not enough difference to warrant replacing yet.
I've been a Vita-Mix owner since 1988. My first machine was a new 4000 bought direct from Vita-Mix that was still working perfectly when I traded it up for a 5000 ~10 (give or take) years ago. I've been very happy with my 5000 but it started behaving in a quirky manner--I discovered that this was due to the blade assembly's having become loose over time (I'm going to assume that this is in part due to the fact that my smoothies push the recommended percentage of frozen ingredients to the limit and I blame myself for not noticing it at once). Fortunately, I have the special wrench for tightening the assembly's nut but it was clear that the bearings had become at least somewhat stripped. I was loath to spend $100 on a new assembly or container with assembly and since I like and often make use of the 5000-series' very low variable speed and minimum blending amount, I was disinclined to trade in my 5000 on a Next Generation model, at least not at this time.
I'd been aware of the Vita-Preps (there's also a 2-peak HP model) for years and was initially curious about why the Prep 3 had a 3-peak HP motor rather than the 2-peak of the 5000-series machines. I made it my business to find out and will not only share the reasons but will compare the performance of both the Prep 3 and my 5000. I recently ran across a deal online on a new Prep 3 that was much too good to pass up and I figured that I could jump on it and still use my 5000 as a trade-in towards the price of a Next Generation unit should any disposable income find itself in my wallet (I freely admit to being an appliance junky--there are worse character flaws).Read more ›
The green drinks and sorbets became part of my daily diet (I liked the Raw Family's "Green for Life" program) so I needed another Vita-Mix at my boyfriend's house. I bought the 5200 thinking it would be like my 3600. The 5200 is fine if it is your first Vita-Mix and you haven't experienced the 3600's higher HP, or if you don't really need the HP. I liked the metal container of the 3600 better -- I could toss it in the dishwasher anytime. It was easier to get a vortex going in the 3600 than in the 5200; I attributed that to the smaller size of the 3600 container. The 5200 worked OK, just seemed less effective, slower -- something a little dissatisfying when I filled it with frozen fruit and a bit of yogurt, or kefir, and/or fruit juice. Then one day, the 5200 went DEAD in the middle of a sorbet preparation. I was NOT happy: the 3600 has gone for 30+ years, and the 5200 died in less than a year, and was never quite doing it for me. I wanted my sorbet!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My first vitamix was the first model they ever built, with the motor used in saws, still have it but I thought I would get the Prep 3 because I wanted a machine that would do more... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ralph Paulsen
I was waiting for this item for a long time and it didnt meet my expectation it gets stuck every 2 minutes !Published 10 months ago by ariela
I love this vita mix, it's perfect size and super powerful :)Published 14 months ago by Liliana Carpinteyro
I don't understand people and their silly expectations with products these days. No I haven't been a vitamix user for over ten years as I'm not a dinosaur blah blah blah etc.... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jose
This Vita Mix machine did a poor job at blending fruit smoothies. The pitcher shifts on the blender cog and has to be held in place. The entire machine shakes and shimmys. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jennifer
If you only expect and will only accept the best thing in life then this is the blender for you. This isn't just for the chefs or the restaurants but also a blender to have for... Read morePublished 17 months ago by lil Green guy is awesome!
One of the strongest Vitamix, it's almost the same horse power what I have on my old Vitamix 3600+ 3HP vs 4HP peak, but in new design, well money spent.Published 21 months ago by FiT Studio
secret wapon......thats it..please dont waist money with the oders brands i been use that in a restaurants for 15 years@@ its a maizingPublished on April 29, 2014 by Hernan G.