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Vitamix 7500 Blender w/ 64-Oz. Container EXPIRED

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Vitamix has Vitamix 7500 Blender w/ 64-Oz. Container for $299.95. Shipping is free.

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Available Colors:
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Includes:
  • Motor Base
  • Low-Profile 64-ounce Container
  • Low-Profile Tamper
  • Getting Started Guide
  • Cookbook
Features:
  • 2.2 HP Motor
  • Pulse feature
  • Ten variable speeds allow you to refine every texture with culinary precision, from the smoothest purées to the heartiest soups

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FLASH SALE! Get $260 off the 7500. Sale ends 7/8 @ 12pm EST or while supplies last. You can get free shipping with a rewards account.

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Features
The 64-ounce Low-Profile Container makes it easy to process large batches while fitting under most kitchen cabinets.

2.2 HP Motor
With our most powerful motor for household machines, quickly blend virtually any whole-food ingredient with ease.

Low-Profile 64-ounce Container
The 64-ounce Low-Profile Container is perfect for family meals and entertaining, while fitting comfortably under most kitchen cabinets.

Pulse Feature
With the Pulse feature, layer coarse chops over smooth purées for heartier recipes, such as chunky pasta sauce or thick vegetable soups.

Create Every Texture
Ten variable speeds allow you to refine every texture with culinary precision, from the smoothest purées to the heartiest soups.
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Surfer5 asked this question on 07-07-2022 at 12:09 PM
07-07-2022 at 12:09 PM
Last forever, blend is incredible. Also a known name plays into it. Made in USA. We got the A2500 for $499 love it. Big purchase but we will have it a long time like our a kitchen aid mixer.

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The differences between the 7500 and the e320 are small but may be important to some.

7500
- 3 color options - red, black and white
- electrical cord 6'
- dimensions: 17.5 x 7.7 x 9.4
- 12.5 #
- 87 dB

E320
- 2 color options - red and black
- electrical cord 4.5'
- dimensions: 11 x 8 x 18
- weight: 10.5 #
- 97 dB

Control-wise... the same.

Performance-wise... the same.

I think the 7500 may have more metal in the casing.

Warranty - both 7 years.

Costco E320 comes with two 20 oz cups. Costco known for easy returns.

Vitamix - one of the finest companies you'll ever deal with when it comes to warranty.

I do recommend a factory reconditioned one from Vitamix direct. I've had two factory reconditioned bought from Vitamix, came with a new container and tamper and the base literally looked unused, and they have been everything people boast about. But, the price on these new ones is way too good to pass up if it is the model you are looking for. Plus you get a longer warranty than the reconditioned. (Mine is long after the factory warranty and runs like it was new.)

Some links...

https://blenderspro.com/vitamix-e320-vs-7500/

https://www.vitamix.com/us/en_us/...xOfDB8WXww

https://www.vitamix.com/us/en_us/...1e0a82b838
The 7500 is more of a professional (restaurant) line where as the e320 is a home (budget) line. Both are similar as far as features, power, capacity and so forth, with the 7500 having a better/longer warrenty over the e320. Overall though, they are both great blenders.

I personally have an older 5200 my mother-in-law gave us, which I love. If I were to upgrade, I would go with the 7500, though I am a very experienced chef who cooks everyday.

You also don't need a costco membership for the 7500...just saying.

Correction, both blenders now carry a 7 year warrenty.
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This or the E320 with the PCA package at Costco? https://www.costco.com/vitamix-e3...10293.html

according to the research I have been doing it's almost the same 2.2 hp motor on both models but the e320 is a bit louder, same warranty as well but dealing with Costco is probably easier than dealing with any manufacture's warranty
Not sure if there are other differences between the two models
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This or the E320 with the PCA package at Costco? https://www.costco.com/vitamix-e3...10293.html [costco.com]

according to the research I have been doing it's almost the same 2.2 hp motor on both models but the e320 is a bit louder, same warranty as well but dealing with Costco is probably easier than dealing with any manufacture's warranty
Not sure if there are other differences between the two models
The 7500 is more of a professional (restaurant) line where as the e320 is a home (budget) line. Both are similar as far as features, power, capacity and so forth, with the 7500 having a better/longer warrenty over the e320. Overall though, they are both great blenders.

I personally have an older 5200 my mother-in-law gave us, which I love. If I were to upgrade, I would go with the 7500, though I am a very experienced chef who cooks everyday.

You also don't need a costco membership for the 7500...just saying.

Correction, both blenders now carry a 7 year warrenty.
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The accessaries are worth a lot. I haven't used 7500, but I don't think it would make a huge difference for most people. I also don't think noise would be a big problem since most of us wouldn't keep it running for a long time. I go with Costco.

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This or the E320 with the PCA package at Costco? https://www.costco.com/vitamix-e3...10293.html

according to the research I have been doing it's almost the same 2.2 hp motor on both models but the e320 is a bit louder, same warranty as well but dealing with Costco is probably easier than dealing with any manufacture's warranty
Not sure if there are other differences between the two models
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The 7500 is more of a professional (restaurant) line where as the e320 is a home (budget) line. Both are similar as far as features, power, capacity and so forth, with the 7500 having a better/longer warrenty over the e320. Overall though, they are both great blenders.

I personally have an older 5200 my mother-in-law gave us, which I love. If I were to upgrade, I would go with the 7500, though I am a very experienced chef who cooks everyday.
Isn't it a 7-year warranty for both models? The e310 does seem to only have a 5-year warranty instead of 7? I would definitely get the 7500 at this point but the blender cup and adapter does seem like a nice addition, and of course vitamix sells them for +$100 if you want to buy them separately
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Isn't it a 7-year warranty for both models? The e310 does seem to only have a 5-year warranty instead of 7? I would definitely get the 7500 at this point but the blender cup and adapter does seem like a nice addition, and of course vitamix sells them for +$100 if you want to buy them separately
Yes, edited my post, thx.
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as someone who uses this about 364/365 days a year and as someone whose owned 4 different blendtec/vitamix blenders.. the ONLY ones i even consider buying now are the soundproof ones.. theyre such a huge step up, and im not a fan of hearing loss. They dont even wake up the house upstairs.
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as someone who uses this about 364/365 days a year and as someone whose owned 4 different blendtec/vitamix blenders.. the ONLY ones i even consider buying now are the soundproof ones.. theyre such a huge step up, and im not a fan of hearing loss. They dont even wake up the house upstairs.
which are the soundproof ones?
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which are the soundproof ones?
Im interested too. It looks like they are called "the quiet one" and cost $1100. Same as Starbucks uses.
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Bit too much for me to go for the soundproof ones; I'll opt to use the 3M earmuffs that I also use for mowing the lawn

Thanks - didn't know Costco brought back the $299 deal on E320
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Don't mean to hijack this thread but what is the best Vitamix blender for around a $500 budget?
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The differences between the 7500 and the e320 are small but may be important to some.

7500
- 3 color options - red, black and white
- electrical cord 6'
- dimensions: 17.5 x 7.7 x 9.4
- 12.5 #
- 87 dB

E320
- 2 color options - red and black
- electrical cord 4.5'
- dimensions: 11 x 8 x 18
- weight: 10.5 #
- 97 dB

Control-wise... the same.

Performance-wise... the same.

I think the 7500 may have more metal in the casing.

Warranty - both 7 years.

Costco E320 comes with two 20 oz cups. Costco known for easy returns.

Vitamix - one of the finest companies you'll ever deal with when it comes to warranty.

I do recommend a factory reconditioned one from Vitamix direct. I've had two factory reconditioned bought from Vitamix, came with a new container and tamper and the base literally looked unused, and they have been everything people boast about. But, the price on these new ones is way too good to pass up if it is the model you are looking for. Plus you get a longer warranty than the reconditioned. (Mine is long after the factory warranty and runs like it was new.)

Some links...

https://blenderspro.com/vitamix-e320-vs-7500/

https://www.vitamix.com/us/en_us/...xOfDB8WXww

https://www.vitamix.com/us/en_us/...1e0a82b838
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Why, are you that much of a shill?
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