Vitamix 750 Professional Artisan Baker Premium Set by Vitamix
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- Vitamix 750 Professional Artisan Baker Premium Set by Vitamix
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Brushed stainless steel exterior, 2-piece santoprene rubber lid with a removable plug for adding ingredients while use, 2-Peak horsepower motor and wide blade radius, Stainless steel blade construction, Pulse function
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Reason #1: Quality. Simply go to a store and pick up a Ninja and pick up a Vitamix. The Ninja is made with plastic parts while the Vitamix is made the way America use to make things.. Metal and heavy! It is made right here in the states(Ohio). There is a reason the Vitamix comes with a 7 year warranty, with the option to upgrade to 10 years. A company's warranty tells you a lot about their own belief in their product... the Ninja warranty 1 year... You can get rid of the baseball bat you keep for home invaders, just hit them with your Vitamix or the container. Don't worry it has a big time warranty!
Reason #2: Multi-Functions. I have the 750 series. In the first week I made my own humus, salsa, soup (Potato Onion chowder!), almond milk and green smoothies. I have never had a better smoothie and my favorite feature... the auto clean function!! Ease of cleaning is huge in be very busy life. One drop of dish soap, turn to clean and walk away... It acts as a food processor and makes piping hot soups/drinks. How many juicers can you leave on for minutes on purpose and it has a 7-10 year warranty. Digest that for a minute. Also, while I don't bake, I understand it does a wonderful job for bakers. The Artisan comes with a dry container to make your own meal and flowers.
Reason #3: Price. Yeah yeah I know what your thinking... PRICE! it is a $600 machine... Now take a deep breath and think with me... I make my own nut butters, milk(Almond), hummus and salsa. (you will never eat retail nut butter after making your own), so I buy bulk roasted almonds, raw Almonds and chick peas. This is a significant per unit savings over buying retail nut butters, almond milk and hummus. If you have the dry bucket, you can do the same with grains to make your own flower/meals. I have a blended that will last for 10 years guaranteed. So I wont have to replace it for a decade. Ninja's closest match to my 750 Series, The Ninja Ultimate Blend, retails for $299 with a 1 year warranty. Additionally, it takes the place of a food processor and mixer, functions it does at a very high level. Your upfront cost is high, but it gets cheaper with every wholesale/bulk purchase and Non-replacement.
I am just scratching the surface of this Kitchen Dream Machine. Calling it a blender is a misnomer. I will update this as I go. By the way if you have been reading about the "Black Residue" issue with some Vitamixers, it appears to have been fixed as of November 2014. I hope you have found this helpful. Cheers to healthy living. By the way they sell refurbished machines that are considerably cheaper, and still have the 7 year warranty!
Update: I am getting better with this daily... It really saves me time, everything is faster with the Vitamix: I spend less time prepping and cleaning. The Pre-sets run and turn off without me and I made another batch of soup in literally 5 minuets(Vegetable). Time is money folks... I am in love with my Vitamix!
If you cook or concern about nutrition, you will use this REGULARLY for SUPERIOR RESULTS.
Perfect service from MY KITCHEN CENTER!!!!!
The brief history is seeing the taller Vitamix sitting on many counters, often under used and unable to be put away. I contemplated also the Blend Tech and had been online ready to purchase that model many times. I did not want this expensive purchase to go unused. I spent some time during the holidays watching comparison videos between the Vitamix and the Blend Tech. Once I found out there was a shorter profile Vitamix, all bets were off. As I said - I was just about to purchase the Blend Tech. From all my investigation, reviews, videos and talking to actual owners of both, here is my summary:
* VitaMix and Blend Tech are both of very high quality and owners of both *love* their units and swear by them.
* Power for both seems to be similar.
* VitaMix seems to blend a tiny bit smoother in the end than the Blend Tech when compared side by side.
* VitaMix seems to allow for a bit more volume, blending almost to the top, while the Blend Tech (apparently) is only able to fill partially full due to the volume in the machine. I have only read this and have not seen it live, but I am able to blend quite a bit in the VitaMix without spillover.
* The heavier model of the VitaMix does allow me to blend without holding the unit down. I cannot compare to the Blend Tech as I have seen my friend use it unattended, but I am happy it is not wobbling around or off the edge of the counter.
* I thought the BlendTech would be easier to clean, but the Vitamix is a swish and rinse, it doesn't seem to take any additional time.
* Both profiles fit under the cabinets, although I do have to take the lid off my VitaMix to fit it under (not sure how many inches it is)
Finally -- there are the aesthetic design questions. I prefer a simpler interface, or lack of an interface on a kitchen item. I was even suspect of the "presets" on the Vitamix 750 because it felt like overkill. I ended up going with the 750 over the 300 for two reasons -- 1) Stainless Steel model which works with the rest of my appliances as I intend on keeping it out on the counter. 2) It was supposed to be a bit more quiet. And I did like the fact that it came with the smaller blender for dry ingredients, although I have not used it yet I do intend to. In the end, the very simple buttons to the right allow for super easy manual function. And I have used the left hand automatic settings for cleaning, and soup.
I have wanted to use the unit for a few weeks at least before posting my glowing review. I will update it over time if anything changes. We're healthier, happier and excited to finally have the Vitamix as a daily part of our lives!
Many have complained about how loud the Vitamix is and I have to say it is louder than my last blender, but that one could wake the dead too. If the noise bothers you I would say that it is heavy enough to be secure at any speed to start it and walk away while it blends. My dog leaves the kitchen when I turn it on and he did not do that with my last one. Also, I have sensitive hearing and will get ringing in my ears if I am exposed to loud noises, but do not have a problem with ringing from using this Vitamix. Annoying, yes, but I do not think it will make you deaf from typical usage and it is well worth it for the power.
All in all I am very pleased with my purchase and would highly recommend it.