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Vitamix Certified Reconditioned Professional Series 750 Now $289.95 f.s.

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If anyone needs, i'm selling my $70 Vitamix giftcard for $40
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Does that card apply to be paid for Vitamix anywhere? If so, I can take it
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If anyone needs, i'm selling my $70 Vitamix giftcard for $40
PM me I'm interested
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This or the 5300 for 260 new at amazon?
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This or the 5300 for 260 new at amazon?
If you have a Costco near you, the explorian e320 is on sale for 299 and comes with accessories. I read somewhere that the e320 and 750 are exactly the same except for the dial having no presets in the e320
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If you have a Costco near you, the explorian e320 is on sale for 299 and comes with accessories. I read somewhere that the e320 and 750 are exactly the same except for the dial having no presets in the e320
E320 has "2HP motor" and 750 PRO has "Commercial 2.2HP" motor.

I don't think they are "same except for the dial". Now E320 from Costco DOES come with more accessories so perhaps majority of people would benefit more from that.

If one uses Costco Citi visa, it will extend this one's warranty by 2 years making it 7 year total warranty making it same length as brand new model which isn't too bad at all. Only issue is that I am hearing 750 series "wide" jar makes it not very ideal for blending smaller amount. Now, what is considered "small amount" is one of my questions. At what point performance doesn't matter between the jar width? 1.5cup+?

EDIT: Weird, I could swear that I looked up correct model (E320), but as someone pointed out, it does appear that E320 also has 2.2HP motor. Though it does not explain weight difference between the models if they are "essentially" same. - 10.5lb for E320 vs. 750 Pro 12.5lb. (2 lb is quite a bit of weight difference for just a timer circuitry IMHO but I am known to be wrong - as evident in this correction posting)
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Check cash back sites that start E b....they have 10% back.
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E320 has "2HP motor" and 750 PRO has "Commercial 2.2HP" motor.

I don't think they are "same except for the dial". Now E320 from Costco DOES come with more accessories so perhaps majority of people would benefit more from that.

If one uses Costco Citi visa, it will extend this one's warranty by 2 years making it 7 year total warranty making it same length as brand new model which isn't too bad at all. Only issue is that I am hearing 750 series "wide" jar makes it not very ideal for blending smaller amount. Now, what is considered "small amount" is one of my questions. At what point performance doesn't matter between the jar width? 1.5cup+?

E320 has 2.2 HP Motor as well. The E310 has 2 HP.

https://www.vitamix.com/us/en_us/shop/e320
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This or the 5200 I ordered a few minutes ago...?
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This or the 5200 I ordered a few minutes ago...?
5200 is taller and might not fit underneath your cabinets.

The taller container makes it easier to blend smaller amounts.

I have the e320 which does fit under my counter space but unless I'm blending for two people (i.e half full) I might miss some stuff on the side.

The extra 0.2 in HP in the newer models is because the wider containers need more power to start up and stay in motion. The 5200 doesn't need this because it's grinding "less" because of less area to move due to the taller container.
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Bought the same blender last year on Black Friday at about the same price. Item arrived in flawless condition, no scratches and no issues after 1 year of heavy use. We make smoothies with this blender at least 5 days a week and it just powers through the frozen fruits without a problem. Highly, highly recommend this model!
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The extra 0.2 in HP in the newer models is because the wider containers need more power to start up and stay in motion. The 5200 doesn't need this because it's grinding "less" because of less area to move due to the taller container.
Yeah, that makes sense. Theoretically blenders would at least somewhat conform to the affinity laws [wikipedia.org]. A bigger wheel means more power.

Fitting under my cabinets would be nice, but it sounds like the narrower jar tends to work better.

Decisions, decisions...
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Yeah, that makes sense. Theoretically blenders would at least somewhat conform to the affinity laws [wikipedia.org]. A bigger wheel means more power.

Fitting under my cabinets would be nice, but it sounds like the narrower jar tends to work better.

Decisions, decisions...
I'm thinking about buying the 5200 jar by itself and using it on my e320 ( same mounting as the 750) but I read somewhere that the jar will need to be held down because it might pop out due to the fact that the jar wasn't meant to handle 2.2HP
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