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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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Variable speed control & programs
Five pre-programmed settings ensure simple cleaning, walk-away convenience, and consistent results for smoothie, frozen dessert, soup, and purée recipes. The variable speed control easily adjusts speed to achieve a variety of textures. The dial can be rotated at any point during the blend, so you’re in complete control.
64-ounce low-profile container
The 64-ounce Low-Profile Container makes it easy to process large batches while fitting under most kitchen cabinets.
At least a dozen tiny details go into the design of our aircraft-grade, hardened stainless steel blades. All to give you the best morning smoothie possible.
Our motor maintains even torque and cool temperature to consistently deliver the power you need to process any ingredient.
Hot soup without a stove
Make steaming-hot soup without a stove—in under 10 minutes. The friction from our blades lets you bring soup to serving temperature, right in the container.
Frozen treats in seconds
Create chilled desserts—just add frozen ingredients to your machine and you’ll be enjoying ice cream, fruit sorbet and more in seconds.
Grind nuts, coffee and more
Homemade nut butter has never been easier or more delicious. Vitamix machines have the power to grind your favorite nuts into delicious nut butter, turn coffee beans into ground coffee, and more.
Mix batters and dough
Quickly and easily mix batters for pancakes, waffles, cookies, muffins, crêpes, and cakes. Vitamix machines can also knead thick bread and pizza dough.
Silky smooth purées
Vitamix machines have the power to pulverize even the toughest ingredients, so you can make silky smoothies and sauces, blend after blend, year after year.
Easy to clean
With a drop of dish soap and warm water, your Vitamix machine can clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds.
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|Color||Brushed Stainless Finish||Black||Black||Black||Copper||White|
|Item Dimensions||9.41 x 7.72 x 17.4 in||7.25 x 8.75 x 20.5 in||7.7 x 17.5 x 9.4 in||7.7 x 17.5 x 9.4 in||7.7 x 9.4 x 17.4 in||7.7 x 17.5 x 9.4 in|
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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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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!
I updated this review to 3 stars awhile back, but just noticed that Amazon didn't save the change for some reason, so I'm now redoing it. Vitamix (finally) addressed this design flaw and the new pitchers no longer appear to shed Teflon while blending.
I considered deleting my review entirely, but have decided to leave it up as a history of what went down and because so many people have commented on it... Mostly constructively, but a few very aggressively. I've upped my review from 1 star to 3 stars because it seems like a solid product now that this Teflon issue has been taken care of. That said, I had to dock 1 star due to the fact this issue existed to begin with... And anther for how poorly Vitamix handled it. They went from denial to cryptic admission, but kept knowingly selling a flawed product for at least a year while they figured out a redesign. Not cool...
*** July 22, 2015 UPDATE ***
I just spoke with a Vitamix customer service rep (after spending 50 minutes on hold!) who informed me that Vitamix's engineers are still working on a redesign of the pitcher's bottom seal in order to address the teflon flaking issue. All she could say is that the redesigned pitchers should be available for sale "sometime this fall". Anyone suggesting that this issue has already been fixed or that it doesn't exist is either blatantly lying or simply doesn't know what they're talking about. If you still have questions and an hour or so of spare time to kill, I suggest calling Vitamix customer service to hear it straight from them.
Shame on Vitamix for continuing to sell these machines with this known design flaw. Even if they feel it's fine to eat teflon every day, they certainly understand it's not something that many of their health conscious customers are ok with, or they wouldn't be working on a redesign to stop it. If they want to keep selling the machines in the meantime, they should at least clearly warn on the packaging and online that teflon will likely be introduced into the blend under normal usage for many customers and let people make their own decisions from there as to whether or not it's something they care about. I feel bad for people who are buying/using these machines without this knowledge, only to later discover their machine has been doing this all along and freak out about what they ingested (or even worse, what they fed their kids).
*** MAY 2015 UPDATE ***
I've left my original review below, but you can just go straight to the following Facebook link to read more about the design flaw of these pitchers and Vitamix's official response. Moral of the story, they fully admit these pitchers are putting shards of Teflon in the blend, but are still continuing to sell them until a redesigned pitcher is released "later this year". Here's the link... I can't imagine you'll buy one of these anytime soon after checking it out:
I've bought a lot of stuff on Amazon over the years, but this is the first review I've ever felt compelled to write. This seems like a great product, with the exception of one fatal flaw. As widely documented elsewhere, tiny black flecks wind up in your liquid following each blend. Vitamix has acknowledged the issue and has stated that the flecks are actually PTFE (AKA Teflon) that comes off of the gear housing or shaft or something in the blade assembly. Further, they've stated that the FDA says PTFE is fine to be "in contact" with food. Yes, and my fork and plate are also fine to be in contact with my food, but I'm still not planning on eating them.
If you do still decide to order this machine for some reason after reading this and doing a little research online, try blending some water in it and then pour some of it into a white bowl... You'll no doubt see lots of little black flecks floating around, just as I did with the 750 model I received yesterday. I tried cleaning it thoroughly (even ran the cleaning cycle a few times) and repeated the water test several times with the same results. You would never notice these visually when making a smoothie or soup or something.
So is this problem widespread? I called Vitamix customer support this morning and the lady I spoke with was very nice and indicated that Vitamix is aware of the issue and she believes (but was not certain) that they're working on a redesigned pitcher to eliminate the PTFE flecks. Why are they still selling this in the meantime? Well, Vitamix's official party line appears to be that eating little bits of teflon every time you use their product is totally fine. I actually suggested they just swap out the pitcher instead of me returning the machine entirely, but was basically told there was no point in doing so because they couldn't guarantee the new pitcher wouldn't have the same issue (AKA they all have this issue).
Sorry Vitamix, but I can't in good conscious feed my 2 year old smoothies knowing there are lots of little bits of Teflon in them. The machine is being returned. It's a bummer, because I was really excited to get it and it seems like a great product otherwise. I feel strongly they should stop selling this product until the design is fixed and should issue a recall. I do not think the majority of Vitamix's health conscious consumer base would be ok knowing they're eating Teflon... I know I'm not.
I am returning it.