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Vitamix Professional Series 750 Brushed Stainless Finish with 64-Oz. Container
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- PVC plastic BPA-free housing in stainless steel
- 2.2-peak-horsepower motor and wide blade radius
- 2-piece santoprene rubber lid with a removable plug for adding ingredients while use
- Stainless steel blade construction
- 64-oz. carafe is BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester
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|Color||Brushed Stainless Finish||Brushed Stainless||Black||Black||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||9.41 x 7.72 x 17.4 in||7.7 x 9.4 x 17.5 in||7.25 x 17.25 x 8.75 in||7.7 x 17.5 x 9.4 in||7.25 x 8.75 x 20.5 in||8.98 x 8.82 x 17.24 in|
|Item Weight||12.46 lbs||12.5 lbs||11.95 lbs||13 lbs||10.56 lbs||12.5 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic, Metal||—||Plastic||Plastic||Not Applicable||Plastic|
Vitamix Pro Series 750 in Stainless Steel PVC BaseTritan Brand, BPA free 64 oz. Co-Polyester CarafeSanoprene Brand Rubber LidStainless Steel BladesFood contact zones are all BPA FreeMeasures 8.8 w x 9 d x 17.4 hWeighs 12.5 lbs.UL Listed120 Volts, 1200 Watts7 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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Fantastic, top of the line, consumer Vitamix blender!! This great looking machine has the most powerful, yet quietest motor Vitamix offers. Extremely functional, durable, easy to use/clean, and looks great on your counter. You will NOT be disappointed with this blender!
I'd been researching a new blender for months and the Vitamix 750 Professional Heritage Collection is the one I decided on. This is the new 2016 version of the Vitamix 750 Pro Blender. The Heritage Collection first started appearing in specialty stores like Williams Sonoma/Sur La Table/Crate&Barrel last year (2015), and now it has officially replaced the original 750 Pro blender as the current, upgraded model for this year (2016).
The 750 Pro Heritage is the most powerful (2.2 hp motor), yet quietest home blender Vitamix produces and is designed to fit on counters under standard height cabinets. It's a well engineered/nice looking machine with a variable speed motor, pulse mode and 5 presets for smoothies: frozen desserts, soups, sauces and cleaning.
I've only had this blender a short time, but so far, its fantastic!! It does an amazing job producing evenly blended, creamy, smooth results in a very short time. Almost all recipes with the exception of hot soups/sauces require only 30-60 seconds of blending. Soups/hot items typically require 6-9 minutes. The pulse feature is a great way to dice and chop fruits and vegetables.
What's in the box :
-Vitamix 750 Professional Series Heritage Collection Base
-64 oz Tritan BPA Container with lid and updated blade seal
-High Performance Blending Recipe Book
Primary differences between last yr's 750 Pro and upgraded 750 Heritage Pro model :
1) Heritage Pro has a solid metal shell with additional sound dampening material - it's more durable and quieter than other versions. (previous 750 Pro had a stainless finish option but was really plastic with a coating that was more susceptible to scuffing/scratching)
2) Heritage models only have back-lighting above the side pulse and start-stop switches, whereas the original Pro 750 has a back-light around all controls including the central knob
3) Heritage model is 40% quieter with the same 2.2 hp variable speed motor
As an added bonus, this blender comes with the new 64 oz BPA free/Tritan container with new blade seal that has eliminated the "black flecks (teflon)" issues that plagued earlier versions, so no more "harmless" tiny flakes of teflon from the blade seal in your food!
Don't be shy with the throttle - when using variable speed, ALWAYS start at the 1 or 2 setting (you risk shattering the container starting at higher speeds), but bring the motor up to MAXIMUM speed within 5-10 seconds. The blender/container is designed to operate at maximum speed. The exception to this is when chopping vegetables/using pulse - the lower the number, the coarser the chop. Watch blend time carefully, it's very easy to overblend (which also generates heat) with this machine. I've found very little difference (judging from motor sound) between 1 - 3.5 or so on the variable setting. Vitamix CS says this is the norm, but others have reported more variability on the lower end than higher. Not a huge deal as the majority of your blending should be done at max speed anyway.
While the blender will heat foods via friction, it won't cook them. If you start with raw ingredients, they will taste like raw ingredients. If you want cooked flavor (ex. soups/sauces), precook/roast ingredients before adding to the blender.
The tamper is your friend when blending thicker items such as nut butters or adding ingredients via the lid. Tamp at various angles or in a spinning motion to work the ingredients into the vortex.
Cleaning is as easy as they say: rinse container, fill halfway with warm water, add two drops of dishwashing detergent and either use the preset clean program or variable speed and run for 30 seconds at max speed. Rinse again and dry.
The only downside to this blender might be the initial cost ($750 list/$550 street as of 4/2016), but it does come with a 7 yr warranty, and they are built to last, so amortized over the life the machine, it's a worthwhile investment.
So after a year of BlendTec's 64 oz container that can't be filled more than half way . . .investing in their jumbo "wild side" 90 oz container that STILL holds less than Vitamix's 64 oz container, I sold my BlendTec and bought this Vitamix and couldn't be happier.
Gone are the days of hoping I could get just a "little" more than 32 oz of hot soup into the container before puréeing . . .only to watch astonished as the lid flies off and soup coats my upper cabinets in a creamy mess.
See that raised lid and those nifty clips on the Vitamix lid? There's a REASON Vitamix is most often used in restaurant kitchens. The ability to put everything into the blender . . .filled to capacity, turn it on and walk away is absolutely priceless. That feature right there, made this blender more than worth the extra cost.
Both blenders do a great job blending . . .but I don't have to pre-chop everything like I did with my Blendtec. But even more importantly . . .while not exactly heavy at 13 pounds, Vitamix IS about five pounds heavier than BlendTec. That added weight gives my Vitamix much more stability. While walking across the counter wasn't usually a problem with the BlendTec . . .that was ONLY because I had to baby sit the thing to keep it from happening or having the lid fly off. The Vitamix is completely stable and doesn't move from where its placed no matter what I throw in it.
You've no doubt read that this blender will fit under your upper cabinets . . .MEASURE if that's important to you. Older homes are more likely than not, going to have upper cabinets too low to accommodate the machine with container installed. It doesn't fit under mine, but I'm STILL happier than I was with the Blendtec that did fit. The additional 48 oz container fits perfectly and the others are stored in the cabinet above.
Some reviewers ding the fact Vitamix advises against placing the container and lid in the dishwasher, but what's easier than a self cleaning blender? A difficult to clean appliance is a worthless dust catcher. To clean, all I have to do is fill half full of water, add a drop of dish soap and turn the dial to the clean mode. No waiting two hours for the dishwasher to cycle through and my dishwasher is freed up for other items. Making this product BPA free and shatterproof has its trade off . . .I'm more than happy to spend ten seconds adding water and soap to clean than I'd be were this dishwasher safe but contain BPA which is proven to be harmful.
With regard to sound, I've noticed that both the 64 oz and 48 containers, with their square outer corners are remarkably more quiet than when the 32 oz wet or dry containers are used. The 32 oz containers fit inside the brackets while the 48 and 64 fit outside those brackets. Since the other Vitamix models come with containers that fit inside those brackets, that would make them noticeably louder. Not sure if that's what makes this model more quiet or not . . .but since the 48 oz container is readily available and fits all home models on the market, it's worth considering and I'd be interested to hear from others regarding container noise.
The only negative thing I have to say . . .isn't about the blender but rather the included cook book. It's nicely bound and full of great ideas . . .but not, in my opinion, well executed. Every recipe I've tried so far, had to have a major seasoning adjustment. It seems the chefs must be used to preparing bland baby food.
In short, I wish I'd not been turned off by the Vitamix price tag to begin with and just taken the plunge. The lesson cost me an extra $900 that I could have saved had I just purchased the Vitamix to begin with. I couldn't be happier with this purchase.
I've been making my own peanut butter since upgrading from the a Breville to the Blendtec. However, I just tried it in the Vitamix and WOW! No oil necessary . . .not a drop! The only way to get peanut butter in the 3 horse power BlendTec was to add oil . . .not so with this 2.2 hp Vitamix. Straight peanuts, nothing added. Simply amazing!