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5 thoughts on “Vitamix 750 Pro Review: There’s a Reason It’s Still Available”

  1. I have a Pro 750. My major complaint is that I can’t successfully use the recipes published by Vitamix on their web site (and other places), ans they are all created using the C-Series, which has the taller, slender container. The lower-profile container and more power of the 750 creates a different result, such a pureed gazpacho and runny salsa. I have been unable to find, and unsuccessful when contacting Vitamix, any instructions other than “This recipe has been written for the C-Series machines with Variable Speed control and Standard 64-ounce container. If you are using a different Vitamix machine or container size, you may need to make adjustments to the Variable Speed, processing time, and/or ingredient quantities.” I am a competent cook, and added a Vitamix to replace (many) low-powered blenders, and I am not sure I bought the right product.

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  2. Thanks so much for this great thorough review. It was very helpful. I am thinking of buying a 750 for the power height and presets. I’ve actually strained my right shoulder because of the height and amount of tampering I am doing with my 5200. It appears that due to the wider base the tamper isn’t needed as much?

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    • Thank you Tracy so much for checking out our review, glad you liked it.
      And to answer your question: Yes, Totally.
      We found that the wider container makes it really easier for the food to get “dragged down”, plus the longer blades make the vortex even more powerful, which also helps.

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    • Great point Ted. Though with Vitamix, they’re pretty generous with returns and replacements in the case of any difficulty, so that protection is kind of in place where ever you buy from.

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