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Five pre-programmed settings ensure consistent results for smoothie, frozen dessert, soup, and purée recipes. With a drop of dish soap and warm water, your Vitamix machine can clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds. The low profile container fits comfortably under most kitchen cabinets. -slickdewmaster

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This is the cheapest for a Pro 750 NEW unrefurbished Vitamix I've ever seen. https://www.amazon.com/Vitamix-Pr...X0DER&th=1

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As a counterpoint, I spent a lot of money over time on "decent" blenders that were $50 or less (Osterizer, Cuisinart, etc.), and with the frozen fruit smoothies I make, their motors would inevitably burn out as they struggled with frozen strawberries. In contrast, my last purchase was a high-end Blendtec blender with a huge motor that happily pulverizes the hell out of whatever I put into it. I love it, and while the cost was high, I would rather pay that upfront than deal with the frustration and cost over time of smaller blenders.
People who spend this kind of money on a blender know what to use it for. Primarily to blend frozen fruits smooth without a ton a liquid. When you say your $15 blender can do that, tell me the brand and model so that I can get one.
This may be up there in the 'most ridiculous string of annoying comments'. Chill the F out, go vote, and stop looking for people to argue with. We're all in the same boat and this crap belongs on Facebook (unfortunately). Oh, great buy lol😱

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Awesome deal. CCC shows this is the lowest price ever.
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I wish I could use the blending bowls on this


https://www.williams-sonoma.com/p...arter-kit/

But those are only for the ascent series Frown
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My $20 blender + blending stick combo has been working great for 15 years.
As a counterpoint, I spent a lot of money over time on "decent" blenders that were $50 or less (Osterizer, Cuisinart, etc.), and with the frozen fruit smoothies I make, their motors would inevitably burn out as they struggled with frozen strawberries. In contrast, my last purchase was a high-end Blendtec blender with a huge motor that happily pulverizes the hell out of whatever I put into it. I love it, and while the cost was high, I would rather pay that upfront than deal with the frustration and cost over time of smaller blenders.
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Well mlaugh out loudine has not burned out and I do the same thing. I've spent the $400 I've saved on ingredients instead.
Yeah, no. Video or it did not happen.
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As a counterpoint, I spent a lot of money over time on "decent" blenders that were $50 or less (Osterizer, Cuisinart, etc.), and with the frozen fruit smoothies I make, their motors would inevitably burn out as they struggled with frozen strawberries. In contrast, my last purchase was a high-end Blendtec blender with a huge motor that happily pulverizes the hell out of whatever I put into it. I love it, and while the cost was high, I would rather pay that upfront than deal with the frustration and cost over time of smaller blenders.
I had a $40 Oster blender years ago and made dozens and dozens of thick frozen drinks with fruit, ice, etc and never burned out the motor.

The key is knowing how to use hardware properly.
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Well mlaugh out loudine has not burned out and I do the same thing. I've spent the $400 I've saved on ingredients instead.
Psst, amateur! I steal all the ingredients from local farms, grocery stores, and banana republics and spent the $400 I've saved on a big ass blender! Sucks to be you with that ghetto blender of yours
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I'll post the 15 year time lapse right away. People who spend this kind of money on things like blenders need to get there priorities straight. I'd rather give the $400 to someone who needs it than a *&^(*&% blender.
People who spend this kind of money on a blender know what to use it for. Primarily to blend frozen fruits smooth without a ton a liquid. When you say your $15 blender can do that, tell me the brand and model so that I can get one.
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Amazing been waiting for this!
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People who spend this kind of money on a blender know what to use it for. Primarily to blend frozen fruits smooth without a ton a liquid. When you say your $15 blender can do that, tell me the brand and model so that I can get one.
I agree with you. People come in here saying why other pay a lot of money for a product from a reputable brand. But they won't link or name the one they are using that's supposed to be better.
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