Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender, Brushed Stainless

January 3, 2016 - Comment

Vitamix Pro Series 750 in Stainless Steel PVC BaseTritan Brand, BPA free 64 oz. Co-Polyester CarafeSanoprene Brand Rubber LidStainless Steel BladesFood contact zones are all BPA FreeMeasures 8.8 w x 9 d x 17.4 hWeighs 12.5 lbs.UL Listed120 Volts, 1200 Watts7 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty Product Features PVC plastic BPA-free housing in stainless steel 2.2-peak-horsepower motor

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Vitamix Pro Series 750 in Stainless Steel PVC BaseTritan Brand, BPA free 64 oz. Co-Polyester CarafeSanoprene Brand Rubber LidStainless Steel BladesFood contact zones are all BPA FreeMeasures 8.8 w x 9 d x 17.4 hWeighs 12.5 lbs.UL Listed120 Volts, 1200 Watts7 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty

Product Features

  • PVC plastic BPA-free housing in stainless steel
  • 2.2-peak-horsepower motor and wide blade radius
  • 2-piece santoprene rubber lid with a removable plug for adding ingredients while use
  • Stainless steel blade construction
  • 64-oz. carafe is BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester

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RobinD says:

Replaced my BlendTec I originally replaced my Breville Hemisphere blender (which I loved) with BlendTec because I wanted to take my blending to the next level, so I gave my Breville to my daughter and bought a Blendtec. Unfortunately, I discovered the hard way, lesson number one, not all high speed blenders were created equal. Lesson number two, blogger reviews are often affiliates and profit from their reviews, so might not be entirely accurate.So after a year of BlendTec’s 64 oz container that can’t be filled more than half way . . .investing in their jumbo “wild side” 90 oz container that STILL holds less than Vitamix’s 64 oz container, I sold my BlendTec and bought this Vitamix and couldn’t be happier.Gone are the days of hoping I could get just a “little” more than 32 oz of hot soup into the container before puréeing . . .only to watch astonished as the lid flies off and soup coats my upper cabinets in a creamy mess.See that raised lid and those nifty…

Sam F. says:

A Great Way to Add Teflon to Your Diet! *** July 22, 2015 UPDATE ***I just spoke with a Vitamix customer service rep (after spending 50 minutes on hold!) who informed me that Vitamix’s engineers are still working on a redesign of the pitcher’s bottom seal in order to address the teflon flaking issue. All she could say is that the redesigned pitchers should be available for sale “sometime this fall”. Anyone suggesting that this issue has already been fixed or that it doesn’t exist is either blatantly lying or simply doesn’t know what they’re talking about. If you still have questions and an hour or so of spare time to kill, I suggest calling Vitamix customer service to hear it straight from them.Shame on Vitamix for continuing to sell these machines with this known design flaw. Even if they feel it’s fine to eat teflon every day, they certainly understand it’s not something that many of their health conscious customers are ok with, or they wouldn’t be working on a redesign to stop it. If they…

Marie K. says:

O-ring tiny abrasions leak into my smoothie! I bought this expensive machine 3 weeks ago. From the first time cleaning, I could find black substances in the water after each cleaning. (Sometime, it’s too tiny so I couldn’t notice, but when I pour the cleaned/blended water into a white bowl after cleansing cycle, I could see tiny black things floating in the water). Those seemed leaking from the blade area. I tried to clean by blending with water/soap/vinegar over 20 times! Also, wiped it out with damp clothes, it’s really hard though. But, I couldn’t get rid of those black things. So, I called Vitamix customer service. They told me, at the first time, it’s just carbon. Next time, they seemed to change their mind and said, “it’s leakage of grease of bearing, but it’s not harmful”. I asked to replace the container and I received new container yesterday. However, new container also has same problem. I am very shocked and I posted this problem on my internet community and found more than 15 people had same problem like me. Actually,…

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