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Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender w/ Low Profile 64oz. Container EXPIRED

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Amazon has Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender w/ Low Profile 64oz. Container (1957) for $384.97. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Five pre-programmed settings ensure simple cleaning, walk-away convenience, and consistent results for smoothie, frozen dessert, soup, and purée recipes.
  • Variable Speed Control and Pulse feature let you manually fine-tune the texture of any recipe
  • Cord: 6 ft
  • Low-Profile 64-ounce Container fits comfortably under most kitchen cabinets.
  • Electrical Ratings - 120 V, 50-60 Hz, 12 Amps
  • HP: 2.2-peak
  • Hardened Stainless-Steel Blades: Aircraft-grade stainless steel blades are designed to handle the toughest ingredients, so from the first blend to the last, you get the same quality results.
  • Self-Cleaning: With a drop of dish soap and warm water, your Vitamix machine can clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds.
  • What's in the Box:
    • Motor base
    • Low-profile 64 oz. container
    • Cookbook
    • Low-profile tamper

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    • This is the best price we've seen for this blender (new), $4.98 less than our previous lowest-priced Frontpage deals, most recently in November 2020.
    • Our research indicates that Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender w/ Low Profile 64oz. Container (1957) is $164.98 lower (30% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $549.95 at the time of this posting. -StrawMan86
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64oz. Vitamix Professional Series 750 Professional-Grade Blender [amazon.com]
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Manguy308 asked this question on 11-29-2021 at 11:10 AM
11-29-2021 at 11:10 AM
same Q..bought the 320 from Costco already
11-29-2021 at 03:36 PM
The 750 is quieter, slightly more powerful, and has all the preset programs

https://healthybutsmart.com/reviews/blenders/vitamix-750-review/#vs-E320
alxshanti asked this question on 11-29-2021 at 11:14 AM
11-29-2021 at 03:37 PM
As per CamelCamelCamel, it is the lowest price Pro 750 ever have been!

https://urlhasbeenblocked/product/B00LFVV8CM

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For me it's the "blackberry test". Blend a blackberry smoothie— are the seeds pulverized? That's the difference between my Vitamix and our previous Ninja blender. The motor is powerful enough to drive a small automobile, probably
Same in power. The 5200 has the tall narrower container so won't fit under countertop but because it's narrower it can make smaller batches. The 750 same power and container size. The 750 has presets. The ventirist you can contoll presets with your phone. These two are legacy and do not have sent detect. In case you'd want to add the food processor or future attachments these will not work. You can't go
wrong with any of these. I got the V 1200 as well.

since these two are new they probably have at least 7 year warranties.

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How does this compare to the venturist line? I picked up a refurb venturist in the other deal.
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Only the black 5200 is $278.99 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008H4S...B01K5D5ALU
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How does this compare to the venturist line? I picked up a refurb venturist in the other deal.
Same in power. The 5200 has the tall narrower container so won't fit under countertop but because it's narrower it can make smaller batches. The 750 same power and container size. The 750 has presets. The ventirist you can contoll presets with your phone. These two are legacy and do not have sent detect. In case you'd want to add the food processor or future attachments these will not work. You can't go
wrong with any of these. I got the V 1200 as well.

since these two are new they probably have at least 7 year warranties.
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I went with the 750. Good deal and rated highly. I have a Tesla for the techie in me. A high end blender that has a quick clean function is more useful than controlling one with my phone in my opinion
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Is that the best price for the 5200?
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If i hadn't got the 7500 when vitamix did flash sale in late july i'd be all over this, i loved my pro series 550
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I just bought a 5200 from another deal thread for $279.

I did not realize the 750 would also go on sale. Would I rather have the 750? What is better about it? I don't mind paying more if I get value for that money.
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Genuine question so please don't beat me up. What makes this blender worth $250+ vs a typical $20-50 blender.

Maybe it's my ignorance, but I can't seem to think one can blend that much better. Thanks in advance!
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Genuine question so please don't beat me up. What makes this blender worth $250+ vs a typical $20-50 blender.

Maybe it's my ignorance, but I can't seem to think one can blend that much better. Thanks in advance!
For me it's the "blackberry test". Blend a blackberry smoothie— are the seeds pulverized? That's the difference between my Vitamix and our previous Ninja blender. The motor is powerful enough to drive a small automobile, probably
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For me it's the "blackberry test". Blend a blackberry smoothie— are the seeds pulverized? That's the difference between my Vitamix and our previous Ninja blender. The motor is powerful enough to drive a small automobile, probably
I'm sold! I've always wanted to blend up my Lil hyudai...now I can. Woot woot!

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Genuine question so please don't beat me up. What makes this blender worth $250+ vs a typical $20-50 blender.

Maybe it's my ignorance, but I can't seem to think one can blend that much better. Thanks in advance!
It's a professional grade product with higher performance. An 18-wheeler and an F-150 are both trucks. Why would you ever need an 18-wheeler Smilie
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It's a professional grade product with higher performance. An 18-wheeler and an F-150 are both trucks. Why would you ever need an 18-wheeler Smilie
Fair point.

I just figured it may be for commercial use. IE: blending 100s of times a day.

But figured I'd ask the experts cuz I always wondered how blenders can get so pricey.
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