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64oz Vitamix A3300 Ascent Series Smart Blender (Brushed Stainless Metal Finish) EXPIRED

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Vitamix has 64oz Vitamix A3300 Ascent Series Smart Blender (Brushed Stainless Metal Finish) on sale for $349.95. Shipping is free. Thanks ckcanada
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I have been watching this for a a few days as this appears to be the most cost efficient between the A3500, V1200 reconditioned, and the 750 reconditoned that have recently sold.

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What the... It's a $350 blender? What am I. Missing?
This blender is the real deal! What you may be missing is the fact that this blender will outlast several ninjas nutribullets and even blendtecs. Many folks have learned this the expensive way. Not to mention, nothing works as well. This is a classic example of getting what you pay for.
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For those that make small or single servings mostly, you should look at the smaller 48 oz containers. The 64 oz container that this blender comes with does not do well with small portion mixes. 48 oz does much better. Amazon has them 20% off right now.
I've posted this deal alert for them.https://slickdeals.net/f/13675121-vitamix-ascent-series-container-48-oz-with-self-detect-by-vitamix-115-95?p=132853463#post132853463
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Its not clear from OP if tis is a brand new model or reconditioned. Either way its a great price for a top of the line blender with a 10 year warrantee.
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For those that make small or single servings mostly, you should look at the smaller 48 oz containers. The 64 oz container that this blender comes with does not do well with small portion mixes. 48 oz does much better. Amazon has them 20% off right now.
I've posted this deal alert for them.https://slickdeals.net/f/13675121-vitamix-ascent-series-container-48-oz-with-self-detect-by-vitamix-...I
I think i'll stick with the 5200 instead then. Kept reading it works better for single and small blends.
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I think i'll stick with the 5200 instead then. Kept reading it works better for single and small blends.
Right thinking with one other consideration. The "tall", slim container may not fit under your upper cabinets which might require a dedicated location for the machine. The shorter small capacity containers usually cause the setup to be around 17" tall which fits under cabinets (but not mine).
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Its not clear from OP if tis is a brand new model or reconditioned. Either way its a great price for a top of the line blender with a 10 year warrantee.
Yes it is for a new model. Not reconditioned.

This is the best model and price. For me, the programmed timer is just as good, even better than having a few programs like the 3500 for more money. This review of the as accent blenders does a great job of comparing them https://gotgreensrevolution.com/v...s-blenders

I am getting this deal over any other Vitamix deal I've seen. Thank you!
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If you think this machine will fit your "budget", buy it now! This is a super deal!
If you want to learn more about the Vitamix machines here is a link to go to.
But don't waste time there as these machines may sale out. There is a 30 day return window.
https://lifeisnoyoke.com/which-vitamix-to-buy/
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Right thinking with one other consideration. The "tall", slim container may not fit under your upper cabinets which might require a dedicated location for the machine. The shorter small capacity containers usually cause the setup to be around 17" tall which fits under cabinets (but not mine).
Thank you for the tip. I believe it will fit but if not I'll figure something out.
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If money is holding anyone up on this deal it's my opinion that the next best deal to this is the V1200 at Amazon. It's a factory recon model with brand new accessories and a five year warranty for $260. I have one sitting here in the box right now. It will do anything any Vitamix will do, has the latest smart system and a great price right now. It was a special package put together for Costco.
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How's the noise compared to the E320, the same?
This blender (in brushed metal) is supposed to be one of the quietest in the Vitamix lineup.
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Does anyone have a $70 coupon ? PM me please
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Also wondering how this deal compares to the 5200 @ $260 that was available on BF.

I bought that one previously but may want to return it for this one, especially since the 5200 can't fit under my cabinets.
You have a great blender there in the 5200. The narrow and tall container makes single serve smoothies better or easier than the shorter containers designed to fit under cabinets. The main difference in what you have in the 5200 is that it is the tried and true "analog" technology with very minimal electronics verses the new "smart technology" of the A3300. Moving to the new technology means that legacy accessories will not interchange. However, the new series will make use of bluetooth, safety sensor chips, recipe programs coupled with digital scales, etc., and who knows what else in the future, and at what price. So basically you're talking about going to a different ballpark altogether. If you just want a great smoothie using a very dependable machine and the fit and form suit you then you probably should be more than happy with the function for many years to come.
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For me, the programmed timer is just as good, even better than having a few programs like the 3500 for more money. This review of the as accent blenders does a great job of comparing them https://gotgreensrevolution.com/v...s-blenders [gotgreensrevolution.com]
I have to disagree here. Have you watched video reviews of this 3300 and the 2500/3500? The programmed timer that replaces the pre-programmed settings is fine, but the major difference is it goes back to 0 every time you turn off the blender. Each time you want to blend something you need to hold down the "+" button on the display until it hits the time you want...each time. On the 2500 you can keep the dial on the pre-set cycle you use most (for us it's smoothies) and each time you turn it on it's right there, no adjustment needed. Fundamental difference, and a big one I'd pay $50 more to have in the 2500.
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I was on the fence about this purchase looking at different cheap clones on amazon. This video helped me decide to pull the trigger. https://youtu.be/rwuhvwTFzUg The budget pick winner cleanblend is the model I was researching. I also got the 15% cashback from rakuten.
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The A3300 is nothing but an A2300 with touch controls, whereas the A3500 is top of the line with 5 program settings and additional color availability. My understanding is that the program features can be had with the free app and so, I personally don't see a reason to get the A3500 but different people have different opinions
3300 is more like the 3500 as it looks more modern and more expensive and comes with the metal base. the a2300/2500 are the cheaper plastic base.

3500 has the 5 program buttons for those that find that important. but for old school folks who all they need is start and off and pulse, and want high quality and premium, this is a good deal. $100 more for the 3500 over the 3300 for preprogrammed buttons is not worth it IMO
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