Waring HPB300 MegaMix Commercial Blender, Brushed Steel
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- Blender with 27,000-RPM motor and a powerful 2-speed motor
- Heavy-duty blade and blade assembly; crushes ice to any consistency in seconds
- Blends soups and sauces, as well as slushy drinks and ice-cold smoothies
- Extra-large, dishwasher safe and durable, 48-ounce plastic jar
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 13.5 x 8 in||8.19 x 10.63 x 15.75 in||7 x 8 x 15.5 in||8.9 x 11.4 x 15.8 in||11.25 x 9.5 x 16.38 in||10.3 x 9.3 x 17.6 in|
|Item Weight||12 lbs||9.51 lbs||8.8 lbs||16.06 lbs||—||11.8 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Plastic||stainless-steel||—||Plastic||Plastic|
With a powerful 1 horse power motor, heavy-duty stainless steel blades, and epoxy-coated solid steel housing, the Mega Pro blender was built for the demands of bars and restaurants. You'll want it at home for its high-speed performance, ease of operation, and no-nonsense industrial styling. Engineered for easier, more complete blending, chopping, and pureeing, it revs up to a remarkable 27,000 rpm's so you can crush ice to any consistency and pulverize frozen ingredients in seconds. Time-tested under commercial conditions.
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Serious looking but simple to operate, MegaMix makes blending a pleasure. Built for professional bars, commercial kitchens, and smoothie shops, the MegaMix commercial blender by Waring is the choice when only the best will do. Waring puts a full horse of extra power into this blender to crush ice and pulverize frozen ingredients in a matter of seconds.
A real time saver, this blender is a workhorse that can blend soups and sauces, as well as ice, slushy drinks, and ice-cold smoothies. The 27,000-RPM motor runs much faster than other blenders, allowing you to prepare shakes, pina coladas, and favorite coffee drinks in record time. A solid cover houses the powerful two-speed motor that crushes ice to any consistency. Just toggle "high", toggle "low", or toggle "off". The heavy-duty blade and blade assembly are time tested under bar and restaurant demands, and are housed in an extra-large, dishwasher safe and durable, 48-ounce plastic jar.
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All in all this purchase has turned out very well for me so far as this new blender does just what I ask of it, simply and quickly. Its also small enough to stay out of the way on the counter and not take up too much space. I have only had this unit a few days now but really like it so far and would buy it again. IMHO this is a manly blender that kicks tail and doesn't require a bank loan to buy. Skip the cheap machines and the really expensive ones and save yourself some trouble/$. The Waring HPB300 is a keeper in my book, with the 5yr motor warranty the clincher. Note to Waring: Make a 64oz container for this unit and I will buy it right away no questions asked. One of these days I just know I'm gonna drop that lid when I really really need it...
UPDATE: Been a couple months now, here are some additional notes: The new blender/motor smell is finally gone, took at least 2 weeks of using every day. Maybe because I don't use the high setting it took longer but no biggie really. IMPORTANT-KEEP YOUR HAND ON TOP OF THE FRICKIN BLENDER for at least the first several seconds when the ice and whatever is first being blended. I fired it up a few weeks ago and turned around to put something back in the fridge and suddenly this horrible grinding noise started. The container had "jumped" halfway off the motor base. I immediately shut the unit off but my motor and counter were full of tiny bits of rubber (also large bits of ice and fruit) and a bad burning smell filled the air. I cleaned everything up and surveyed the damage. Most of the rubber was stripped from the motor coupling but no real performance issues or damage. My own fault, a MAJOR rookie mistake. It only takes 30 seconds to blend most things so don't walk away. Tough blender however as its still working fine. I will eventually have to replace the coupling I am sure but I'm not going to fix something that works. Still give the blender a top recommendation, just be smarter than me and you'll do fine. Note to Waring....REALLY NEED that larger container now ok?
LAST UPDATE: Change up....After reading countless reviews saying this blenders containers do not last very long I am forced to agree. After 11 months of average usage my second carafe blade seal started leaking into the motor just like the first one did . I am pretty miffed at this quality problem and I am NOT going to buy a THIRD carafe for this blender. This newer carafe lasted less than 11 months and it was $60. The Waring warranty is for the motor only and I didn't think about having to buy a new container every year when I bought this. I am feeling a bit played right now. Waring... you have lost a customer and no longer get my endorsement. I now label this unit NOT RECOMMENDED due to widespread problems with its containers.
I am going back to the Vita-mix site and pick out one of their reconditioned 5200 models, as my first Vita-mix was also a recon unit and lasted many many years. With their complete 5yr warranty and proven quality I seem to have come full circle now and believe Vita-mix is the smart way to go.
I have found no problem with the blender container's being plastic. No feedback yet on whether it cracks or develops crazes that leak. I've had it only 2 wks.
The lid is a little tight the first couple of times, but it relaxes. The plug in the center of the lid is easy to remove. No "burning" smell in first uses.
Hold your hand on top of the blender while it's running. I had the container "jump off" the base once. Read: Do not leave the blender unattended. (This is kind of a no-brainer, right?) I turn it off when I turn my back to get more ice.
Yes, it's noisy, but less than a garbage disposal or a lawnmower. And less than a rock concert or a vacuum cleaner! You will not have to hide the baby or watch the dog dash off to the farthest room. It's easy to carry on a conversation standing right next to it. It's an appliance, folks. It's not going to run silently, esp if you're pulverizing ice cubes.
Clean by rinsing container first; then put one tiny, tiny drop of dish washing soap on the blade area. Add about 1 c water (no hotter than lukewarm! Don't say I didn't warn you!). I lay a dishtowel over the top in case there is any spluttering. Turn on. Rinse well. Put in another 1 c plain water and turn on. Repeat until the bubbles die down to just water bubbles, not soapsuds.
I run the lid thru the dishwasher (top shelf).
I like my smoothies like milkshakes, and this baby does that job for me every morning.
You will not be disappointed with this machine.
UPDATE, 2013: Working fine! No problems with the container.
UPDATE, 2015: Ditto.