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Vitamix Pro Series 750 Blender w/ Low Profile 64oz Jar (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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Woot! has Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender w/ Low Profile 64oz. Container (Various Colors) on sale for $389.99. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account and select a shipping address in order for Woot to apply free shipping) or is otherwise $6 per order..

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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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Vitamix Series 750 Blender, Professional-Grade - $389.99 - Free shipping for Prime members

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Just checked and I paid $319 June 2020 for a certified refurbished from vitamix directly. Seems like a good price for new. Wish I had one of these cool colors! Helped me lose 50 lbs so I would highly recommend Smilie

I will say if you are going to be making smoothies for 1 person more often than for 2/ a group, you will probably want the tall 64oz container or one of the smaller containers because it blends better for the smaller portion ( the tall container has a narrower base) I ended up buying a separate container later because I used it mainly for myself. ( the one included is their low profile container which fits under kitchen cabinets better but has a wide base)
Vitamix is a next level blender. Way better than black and decker, oyster, ninja, and etc. It actually liquefies the ingredients. You can make hot soup in it.
This is not a blender. This is a Vitamix!
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Too rich for my blood for a blender but seems like a decent deal
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Just checked and I paid $319 June 2020 for a certified refurbished from vitamix directly. Seems like a good price for new. Wish I had one of these cool colors! Helped me lose 50 lbs so I would highly recommend Smilie

I will say if you are going to be making smoothies for 1 person more often than for 2/ a group, you will probably want the tall 64oz container or one of the smaller containers because it blends better for the smaller portion ( the tall container has a narrower base) I ended up buying a separate container later because I used it mainly for myself. ( the one included is their low profile container which fits under kitchen cabinets better but has a wide base)
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Quote from JDinKC :
Just checked and I paid $319 June 2020 for a certified refurbished from vitamix directly. Seems like a good price for new. Wish I had one of these cool colors! Helped me lose 50 lbs so I would highly recommend Smilie

I will say if you are going to be making smoothies for 1 person more often than for 2/ a group, you will probably want the tall 64oz container or one of the smaller containers because it blends better for the smaller portion ( the tall container has a narrower base) I ended up buying a separate container later because I used it mainly for myself. ( the one included is their low profile container which fits under kitchen cabinets better but has a wide base)
What's the 50lbs weight loss journey?
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Too rich for my blood for a blender but seems like a decent deal
This is not a blender. This is a Vitamix!
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Good deal. Still planning to keep the a3300 I landed for $349 on Amazon a couple weeks ago.
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Honest question…. For most of my life if you needed a blender it was $39 at the department store or whatever. As far as I know, those blenders all did in fact, blend. Now here's a blender for $350 and people are excited. What happened?
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Honest question…. For most of my life if you needed a blender it was $39 at the department store or whatever. As far as I know, those blenders all did in fact, blend. Now here's a blender for $350 and people are excited. What happened?
Vitamix is a next level blender. Way better than black and decker, oyster, ninja, and etc. It actually liquefies the ingredients. You can make hot soup in it.
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Good deal. Still planning to keep the a3300 I landed for $349 on Amazon a couple weeks ago.
I bought that too. When you run it on 9 or 10 with a thick slurry, like when making nut butter, do you hear a grinding noise and more vibration every few seconds, like the gears are slipping or working really hard? I find it very jarring (no pun intended). I dont know if its normal. And I tried to call Vitamix to hang up after 15 min on hold.
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What's the 50lbs weight loss journey?
Honestly I replaced my lunches with smoothies for 4-6 months and then I was just watching what I ate at other meals/ Portion size mostly. After dinner if I ever wanted something to eat I would choose an apple or some other fruit vs normal junk. Exercise for me was just an indoor bike 30min-1hr 3x a week and some basic weight lifting w/ dumbbells. nod
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I bought that too. When you run it on 9 or 10 with a thick slurry, like when making nut butter, do you hear a grinding noise and more vibration every few seconds, like the gears are slipping or working really hard? I find it very jarring (no pun intended). I dont know if its normal. And I tried to call Vitamix to hang up after 15 min on hold.
It's still in-box as an Xmas present to myself from the spouse, so haven't tried it yet.
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Quote from ViperRT10Matt :
Honest question…. For most of my life if you needed a blender it was $39 at the department store or whatever. As far as I know, those blenders all did in fact, blend. Now here's a blender for $350 and people are excited. What happened?
It's a Buy-It-For-Life (BIFL) brand that's expected to hold up under moderate/heavy use for years if not decades, similar to Kitchenaid mixer and Speed Queen washing machine.

In my personal experience with other brands they start to get really noisy , not blend as well, and other issues after a year or so of daily use so need to be replaced more often.
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12-10-2022 at 02:49 PM.
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I just bought the E520 from Costco for $300 (299) and that thing is great. I Make smoothies with blackberries and it pulverized the big seeds to nothing.

Looking at the 750, I'm not sure what the difference is other than a number. If you got the membership I would look at the 520 as well.
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Have used mine daily for just shy of two years.

This is all you need to know: https://youtu.be/KtVWtKn0_D4
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