Vitamix Pro Series 750 Brushed Stainless Finish with 64oz Container and Cookbook, Heritage

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59326 Finish: Brushed Metal Features: -Automated blending: Five pre-programmed settings ensure simple cleaning, walk-away convenience, and consistent results for smoothie, frozen dessert, soup, and puree recipes. -Quieter motor: The commercial-grade 2.2-peak horsepower motor is able to blend the toughest ingredients, latest sound technology makes quietest motor. -Easy cleaning: With a drip of dish soap and warm water, your Vitamix machine can clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds. Country of Manufacture: -United States. Product Type: -Countertop Blender. Jar Material: -Plastic. Lid Material: -Plastic. Number of Items Included: -6. Jar Material Details: -Eastman Tritan Copolyester. Dimensions: -Laser-cut stainless steel hammer mill and cutting blades measuring 4" diameter. Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -17.4". Overall Width – Side to Side: -7.7". Overall Depth – Front to Back: -9.4". Overall Product Weight: -13 lbs.

Customer Reviews

New Vitamix 750 Pro – Heritage *Upgraded for 2016*- FANTASTIC !!

 on April 23, 2016
By GNY
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A well kept secret

 on April 13, 2016
By Carl S. Lau
As it was, it wasn’t easy to find the Vitamix 750 Heritage version even existed. On the Vitamix website, there is a 750 listed with exactly the same contents in the box as the Heritage model. Highly confusing, but no mention of Heritage. The original 750 came out in 2015 and the updated Heritage 750 came out in 2016 and would seemingly have fixed the gasket problem that was reported with the first 750. I was looking for a smoothie blender and looked at Costco’s offered higher end blenders that included the Nutri-Bullet (that was on sale), Ninja Auto IQ, and the Vitamix 5300 (that was on sale). Found out about the Vitamix 7500 and eventually found the Vitamix 750, and a day later stumbled onto the Vitamix 750 Heritage. The Heritage version comes with a tamper, cookbook, and DVD that are all geared to the 750 Heritage and no other Vitamix models. It is apparent that the DVD and the cookbook are meant for the consumer and not necessarily the professional chef because the chef would either know or could figure out what is on the DVD. The DVD is unique because it shows a professional chef preparing 8 different dishes in 19 minutes, along with an introduction to the 750 Heritage. It is a great primer for the unit because it explains and shows how to use the 750 Heritage. It is one thing to try and read the recipe book and quite another thing to actually see it on the DVD. Yes, you can watch recipes on YouTube prepared via the 750, but all of them pale in comparison to this DVD which alone would probably sell a lot of Vitamix 750 Heritage versions, if one were willing to spend $$$ and could watch it, prior to purchase. It is apparent that this is a serious machine and anyone willing to spend the bucks will not be disappointed.

Be aware this is a Large Volume Blender!

 on June 1, 2016
By SFMoored
This blender is fantastic IF you’re always making very large batches. I tried to make a small portion of almond butter but had to finish it off in my older smaller blender. Since the blades on this blender sit high off the floor of the container, the blades just whir above the product and you’ll continually be scrapping the sides and still never get a smooth product. I prefer to make small batches of products since most don’t last long, and we like to eat many different things. If you’re always making large batches of product (e.g. minimum would be 2 cups of almond butter from 4 cups of almonds), then definitely this is the blender for you!

Worth every penny with two small drawbacks

 on January 7, 2018
By matt
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Where has this been all my life? Best appliance ever.

 on March 25, 2016
By Leah J
Hands down best blender ever. I feel like I now own my own smoothie shop. I have made smoothies everyday, a warm soup and even chopped up onions in this bad boy. It is now a permanent kitchen counter top appliance. I am seriously in love with this vitamix. I also like the easy self clean mode. Put your water and soap in and turn it to clean and it cleans itself no need for me to scrub or anything. I had a ninja before this, it sucks compared to the vitamix. Go out and get yourself one…. now.

Last Blender I Will Ever Buy

 on January 2, 2017
By Stacy Knight
Nothing NOT to love about this blender. I do recommend purchasing the 32 ounce container because the 64 ounce once is HUGE and makes blending small things difficult (such as smoothies or salad dressings). I will have this blender for the rest of my natural born life, and I couldn’t be happier about it!

The Best You’ll Ever Buy

 on March 20, 2016
By SJD056
It was hard for me too choose which Vitamix I wanted. I wanted something that would fit under the counter, so that narrowed it down a bit. I wanted a strong motor, and at 2.2 hp the Pro series 750 was perfect. Not only did it have the power I wanted, it had a back-lit display and a brushed stainless finish. The 750 has a pulse button,variable speeds 1-10, as well as 5 preset programs: Smoothie, frozen desserts, hot soups, purees and self-cleaning. The 750 is the quietest Vitamix makes. The 64 ounce container is perfect for anything. I’ve used as little as 1 cup of ingredients and have had them blend perfectly. The two piece lid makes it easy to drop additional ingredients in during blending. The one thing I did have to practice at was milkshakes. The 750 is very powerful, and it’s easy to overblend. Think of a regular blender as being like a VW and the Vitamix as being like a Ferrari. You can’t drive them the same way.

Why the delay?

 on March 30, 2017
By APB
I have wanted a vitamix blender for years now! Many moons ago, we had inherited an all stainless steel one that was a work horse. Ground wheat for bread making, made smoothies, but I was to young to know how to put it to good use. Now with time, life, and experience, I’ve finally invested in a pro series 750.

Excellent, but beware of blending hot liquid!

 on September 14, 2017
By Stephanie
I truly love this blender and use it all of the time, but I’m posting for those who want to blend hot soups in it. I took away the clear plastic of the container and made it cloudy, as though it stripped a layer off. I’m incredibly disappointed that my expensive blender looks old and cloudy and a bit freaked that heat made that happen and probably went into my soup.

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