In 2016, I was hoping Santa would bring me a Vitamix.
He didn’t, so I patiently waited. And endlessly jibber-jabbered about how I would make ALL THE SMOOTHIES.
I decided to stop waiting on Santa and take the plunge.
I HAVE ONE NOW!
I’m part of that club: Vitamixers.
When I come across a club member, I ask,” What do you do with yours?”
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(from this link you can choose from “new” or “refurbished” for your blender)
NOTE: My SIL has had a refurbished Vitamix for a couple of years with no complaints. These powerhouse blenders can be pricey new, so…CHOICES!
Vitamix 5300 Blender, Red
~ High-Performance Motor – The powerful 2.2 HP motor propels blades through tough ingredients to create the highest-quality blends.
~ Electrical Ratings: 120 V, 50/60 Hz, 11.5 Amps
~ Variable Speed Control – Easily adjust speed to achieve a variety of textures The dial can be rotated at any point during the blend, so you’re in complete control
~ Pulse Feature – With the Pulse feature, layer course chops over smooth purees for heartier recipes, such as chunky salsas or thick vegetable soups
~ 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
~ 7-Year Full Warranty – We stand behind the quality of our machines with full warranties, covering all parts, performance, labor, and two-way shipping at no cost to you
Vitamix fuels passions.
It’s why we’re the brand most trusted by professional chefs.
But you won’t just find us in restaurant kitchens. You’ll also find us in home kitchens around the world.
Because whether you’re interested in the culinary arts, making healthier choices, or enjoying restaurant-quality smoothies at home—when you’re ready to move on and move up, when you’re ready to invest in your passion, you’re ready for Vitamix.
Built to Last:
A bargain blender’s not a bargain if it doesn’t last.
We know purchasing a Vitamix blender is an investment.
But, Vitamix blenders are built to last, helping you buy dependable, not disposable.
Easy to Clean:
Just blend warm water and a drop of dish soap at your machine’s highest speed, and watch it self-clean in 60 seconds or less – no disassembly required.
The Difference Is in the Blend:
Since the number-one reason people purchase a blender is to make smoothies, it’s important to get them right.
Whether you prefer an icy blend or a perfectly smooth purée, nutrition-packed with veggies or a light, fruity treat, Vitamix smoothies give you a delicious, even blend in every sip.
We don’t aim to have the highest horsepower.
You don’t need more horses; you need trained ones.
The focused power of our complete blending system causes every component of the Vitamix machine to work together, creating faster, smoother blends packed with flavor.
The Universal Tool:
Make smoothies & juices, hot soups, flours & dough, nut butter, frozen desserts, batters, dressings & sauces, non-dairy milks, and more.
Manufactured in Cleveland, Ohio USA
64-ounce low-profile container
~ The 64-ounce Low-Profile Container makes it easy to process large batches while fitting under most kitchen cabinets.
Variable speed control
~ Easily adjust speed to achieve a variety of textures.
The dial can be rotated at any point during the blend, so you’re in complete control.
With the pulse feature, layer coarse chops over smooth purées for heartier recipes, such as chunky salsas or thick vegetable soups.
Vitamix machines have the power to pulverize even the toughest ingredients, so you can make silky smoothies and sauces, blend after blend, year after year.
Easy to clean
With a drop of dish soap and warm water, your Vitamix machine can clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds.
There hasn’t been one day that I’ve regretted the decision to buy a Vitamix.
We make daily smoothies and it makes easy blending of apple butter and hummus (so creamy smooth).
I haven’t made soup yet (Texas heat!), but when I do, you’ll read about it.
Do you have one? If so…
What do you do with yours?