Vitamix 5300 Blender, Black
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- High-Performance Motor - The powerful 2.2 HP motor propels blades through tough ingredients to create the highest-quality blends
- Variable Speed Control - Easily adjust speed to achieve a variety of textures The dial can be rotated at any point during the blend, so you're in complete control
- Pulse Feature - With the Pulse feature, layer course chops over smooth purees for heartier recipes, such as chunky salsas or thick vegetable soups
- Low-Profile 64-ounce Container - The 64-ounce Low-Profile Container is perfect for family meals and entertaining, while fitting comfortably under most kitchen cabinets
- 7-Year Full Warranty - We stand behind the quality of our machines with full warranties, covering all parts, performance, labor, and two-way shipping at no cost to you
This product is available as Certified Refurbished.
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|Item Dimensions||7.25 x 8.75 x 17.25 in||17.25 x 7.25 x 8.75 in||20.5 x 7.25 x 8.75 in||11 x 8 x 17 in||16.8 x 12.9 x 11.6 in||7.25 x 8.75 x 17.25 in|
|Item Weight||12 lbs||11.95 lbs||13 lbs||11.5 lbs||11.5 lbs||12 lbs|
The 5300 offers power and convenience, with a 2.2 HP motor and a low-profile, 64-ounce container that fits easily under most cabinets. Refer page 18 in the User Manual for troubleshooting steps.
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1. The wider jar is a happier jar, imo. It's a personal use thing, but I like that the blades seem more accessible to the food I'm blending/chopping/etc. And they are easier to reach for any cleaning beyond the usual Vitamix's after-blend soapy water cleanse.
2. There is less noise than the 5200. Nice touch.
3. As some reviewers have noted, the 5300 may not fit under all cabinets so you do need to measure. Ours does fit & I'm pleased as heck about it.
4. The added second step to turn it on has been criticized by some reviewers. I see the added step as a safety concern and I have no problem with it. In a world of instant everything, pushing one more button -- with a pretty blue light, i might add -- hardly seems a point to quibble when the machine itself is a thing of functional beauty.
5. It performs just as the 5200; I do not see a difference, and I'm making smoothies, nut butters, soups, chopping veggies, etc. Someone mentioned that their KitchenAid does most of the same work. I put away most of my other counter top appliances because the Vitamix does nearly everything I need.
6. Another reviewer was critical of the 5300's tamper, saying it is made cheaper than the 5200's. If by cheaper they mean lighter plastic, yes. That's true. But it's a tamper! It works! It's lighter to hold. And did I mention, it works?
7. Vitamix -- again, no matter what model -- remains a U.S. built machine by workers in Ohio. It isn't shipped to us from China. The fact that it is made by U.S. workers AND is the best blender in the world makes us a Vitamix family for life.
Thanks Vitamix -- we appreciate your awesome product!
My wife has been patiently pushing to get one for a long time and, with our first son due in a week, I finally broke down. We spent the morning reading reviews, watching the comparison videos (so many "interesting" characters making these videos in their kitchen on YouTube), and selecting our new blender. We decided on the Vitamix 5300 over Blendtec and the Ninja as it seems to have the best durability record. The Blendtec was very close but several comments about having to hold the lid and spillage got me on board with the Vitamix.
I have had this blender for a whopping 24 hours and am awestruck over how amazing it is. Last night we made a delicious, extremely filling, and healthy Spinach & Vegetable soup from the Vitamix website (https://www.vitamix.com/Recipes/Spinach-and-Vegetable-Soup/C-Series/Variable-Speed/Classic-64-Ounce). I am NOT a vegetarian and didn't know if this would satisfy my tastes but I was wrong again...so good and the chickpeas (i.e. garbanzo beans) provided plenty of protein - 2.4g per tablespoon. We live in San Diego where there is an abundance of modern American/organic/healthy restaurants. My wife noted that any of those places could serve this soup and their customers would go nuts over it. I added a swirl of Siracha to my bowl for a little heat but otherwise followed the recipe exactly as it is on the website.
This morning I made a smoothie using the new Vitamix, something my wife and I usually do with our Magic Bullet. Never again will our Bullet come out of the pantry. In fact, I already put it in the Salvation Army donation box. The Vitamix blended the greens, spinach, and berries way better and the result was a super smooth drink without the usual bits that get stuck in your teeth.
I know it's early to give such a high rating but I now see the difference and full on board with the Vitamix train! Can't wait to try out a new recipe tonight...