The Professional Series 750 is the top-of-the-line G-Series (Next Gen) Vitamix model that offers five pre-programmed settings, including smoothies, soups, frozen desserts, purees and even a self-cleaning option. It is known as the best Vitamix series model in the Next-Gen line. The Professional Series 750 comes with the newly redesigned 64 oz container allowing it to blend more efficiently and truly brings professional performance to the home kitchen.
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The Professional Series 750 has similar dimensions to the Vitamix 7500 measuring 17.4″ tall, 9.4″ deep, 7.7″ wide and weighing 12.5 lbs. It also comes equipped with a six foot cord that can be wound up and stored underneath the motor base. The motor base for this model is only available in one color, brushed stainless finish.
With it you’ll receive a full-color, hardbound Create cookbook including recipes from gourmet chefs and a tutorial DVD hosted by Chef Michael Voltaggio, the winner of Bravo’s hit show, Top Chef.
The Eastman Tritan container
The the Vitamix 750 blender includes with the redesigned, low-profile 64 oz container. This shatterproof, BPA-free container has a soft-grip, ergonomic handle and is equipped with laser-cut, stainless-steel blades measuring 4″ in diameter.
The container also comes with a spill-proof vented lid. The lid has a removable twist-off center plug to allow you to add ingredients safely while the machine is running.
The shorter and wider design means that you’ll likely be able to store the base and container as one piece underneath your kitchen counters without a problem. This is not the case with the older models, they were just a bit too tall.
Even with the redesigned container, you may still need the tamper to help with blending extremely thick mixtures. The tamper helps drive ingredients into the blades and also prevents pockets of air from forming above the blades at higher speeds.
The motor in the Professional Series 750 is approximately 40% quieter than most of the other Vitamix models. This powerful blender boasts a 2.2-peak horsepower motor and comes equipped with a radial cooling fan and thermal protection system. The increased horsepower means the Professional Series 750 can reach speeds of up to 270 miles per hour at full power without overloading or burning out.
The Professional Series 750 has made major improvements to the controls. This model preserves the well-known switch and dial configuration and includes the new pulse function, but now includes 5 presets: smoothies, frozen desserts, purees, hot soups, and cleaning. The presets use feedback from the blade resistance and a microprocessor to adjust the speed.
Save $170 off the cost of a new Professional Series 750 by purchasing the Certified Reconditioned Next Generation Programs package.
Vitamix 7500 vs 750
At first glance, the 7500 and 750 look very similar with the most obvious difference being the 750 costs $70 more. So what do you get for $70 more?
- Programs: The 750 has Programs, 5 to be exact. It helps automate your blending needs and makes it a repeatable process.
- Colors: Being a professional series blender, they also come in upscale finishes. Copper and Brushed Stainless are absolutely fantastic looking. Except the Copper doesn’t cost $70 more, its actually $130 more!
The Vitamix Professional Series 750‘s enhanced controls, quieter, more powerful motor, and a redesigned container make this the perfect choice if you’re looking for the best blender on the market today. At the end of the day, some people are absolutely hung up on wanting a full stainless kitchen. If that is you, then the Vitamix 750 blender is the one to buy since you can’t get the 7500 in stainless. If the color choice isn’t that big a factor, then it boils down to whether $70 is worth it to get the 5 preset Programs. Personally, I didn’t think Programs would be all that useful, but both my wife and I use the Programs exclusively. So for me, if I were deciding between the 7500 750, I’d easily go with the Vitamix 750 blender just for the Programs alone, and as an added bonus I’d also get it in stainless.
It may cost a bit more than the other Vitamix models, but this blender will look right at home in any high-end kitchen.
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Hello. The vitamix says 50\60 Ghz at the bottom. What does that mean, please?
This number refers to the power frequency that the product can operate at. When it is written in this way, it means that the blender can operate efficiently and safely if used on either a 50 Hz or 60 Hz frequency.
Here’s some additional information from Wikipedia.
The 750 is now offered in black and red colors. Is there a difference in durability?
Nope! The internals are exactly the same. Only the outside shell will be different.
Specification of Vitamix profesional series 750 is 120 volt, 50/60 Hz 12 amps (North America)
What does specification of 50/60HZ mean ?. Does it mean that 50HZ or 60HZ both are okay ?
Also step-down converter for North America I can get has 50HZ but
Vitamix 50/60HZ so does this 50HZ converter cause any issues with Vitamiz ?
Typically, when any type of adapter or transformer is used with high-powered electronic appliances, it will affect how they work. There is the possibility for it to be affected in a number of ways: it may not work at all, it may work fine for a little while then short out, or it will change the way the motor performs. In addition, it will void the warranty. For best performance and warranty purposes it is best to use the blender that is built with the correct power requirements for your country.
You can find a list of local distributors on the Vitamix website.
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we live outside USA. How vitamix works with voltage convertor for any model manufactured for the US ? Does it affect it’s usefull life or need repair sooner ?
I haven’t tested any of these blenders using a voltage convertor outside of the US, so I cannot speak to the performance or useful life. Using a US model outside of the US and with a voltage convertor will likely void your warranty, so I would recommend speaking with your local Vitamix distributor before making a purchase.