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Home Depot has Blendtec Classic 570 Blender w/ Wildside Jar (black) on sale for $199.95. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd
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Features a 90 oz. wildside+ blending jar, programmed blending cycles, manual speed cycles and a 8-year warranty.

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Blendtec Classic 570 Blender w/ 90 oz. Wildside Jar (Model C570A2301C-COSTCO) for $199.95 w/ free shipping. While supplies last.
  • Programmed blending cycles (smoothie and hot) for 1-touch blending, 3-speed options and a pulse function
  • Illuminated LCD timer displays remaining time on blends
  • Manual speed cycles let you customize the consistency of the blend
  • 8-year warranty
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Hey guys... I was able get extra 10% off with the code TOPRATED10 that's advertised when you go to the small appliance section and it does work since I just ordered it.
C'mon friend, Google it and look up Youtube reviews.

Both brands have advocates who will defend their preference. From experience, the biggest difference is dull crushing blades on the Blendtec vs sharpened on Vitamix. I prefer the longevity of dull blades, but my Blendtec jar has also failed before at the bottom gasket, so I'm less sure these days. Both feature powerful motors and will blend most any food.

Decide based on your budget, currently available deals (like this one), etc.
Ace is designed for cooking, and is a better option if your primary use is hot soups, etc.

The 570 and 575 are basically the same. The 575 has a few more automatic buttons for convenience, but everything else is identical between them. For example, 575 has a "clean" button, but that's the same as just holding the pulse button on the 570 for 10 seconds.

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How does this compared to ace plus or blenstdc 575
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How does this compared to ace plus or blenstdc 575
Ace is designed for cooking, and is a better option if your primary use is hot soups, etc.

The 570 and 575 are basically the same. The 575 has a few more automatic buttons for convenience, but everything else is identical between them. For example, 575 has a "clean" button, but that's the same as just holding the pulse button on the 570 for 10 seconds.
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Better than a Vitamix?
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Better than a Vitamix?
C'mon friend, Google it and look up Youtube reviews.

Both brands have advocates who will defend their preference. From experience, the biggest difference is dull crushing blades on the Blendtec vs sharpened on Vitamix. I prefer the longevity of dull blades, but my Blendtec jar has also failed before at the bottom gasket, so I'm less sure these days. Both feature powerful motors and will blend most any food.

Decide based on your budget, currently available deals (like this one), etc.
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Solid deal, especially with the extra jar.

I have a blendtec and a vitamix- both are great blenders.
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I have the 575 and it's excellent.
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Hey guys... I was able get extra 10% off with the code TOPRATED10 that's advertised when you go to the small appliance section and it does work since I just ordered it.
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Ridiculous. Commercial says can blend "anything." No it can't. I put some sticks in from the back yard. Like thick twigs and some mulch. Started smoking within a minute. Now they refuse to refund.
Nice comment, troll. The reality is you actually COULD put sticks and twigs in this blender and it would shred it to a pulp.
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Will it blend? That is the question.
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Better than a Vitamix?
Not in my experience, owned both
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