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Vitamix 5200 professional grade blender lab test

The Spruce Eats / Tamara Staples

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Blenders are an incredibly versatile kitchen appliance, able to create anything from smoothies to salsas to nut butters and more. That said, high-quality blenders—like Vitamixes—tend to also have a hefty price tag, which can put many people off investing in one. If you’re looking for a top-end blender but want to be thrifty, a sale is your best bet for a good deal.

Some of the very best Vitamix blenders are on sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday so we tracked down the best Vitamix deals for you. All prices listed are accurate at time of publish.

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    Vitamix 5200 Professional-Grade Blender

    Vitamix 5200 Professional Grade Blender

    Courtesy of Amazon

    What We Like
    • Slim design

    • Easy to use

    • Self-cleaning

    What We Don't Like
    • Tall container is tricky to store

    Normally $550, Now $300

    The Vitamix 5200 is a simple yet powerful tool, making it an invaluable item in the kitchen. Its interface is clean, featuring just two buttons and one dial. The blending container has a large 64-ounce capacity. Combined with a high-performance motor, the laser-cut stainless steel blades can cut through frozen fruit.

    Each side of the container is angled to funnel ingredients back towards the blades, keeping concoctions smooth and even. Thanks to the blade’s friction heating design, the blender can make and warm soups to a steaming temperature in just six minutes. 

    When The Spruce Eats tested the Vitamix 5200 in our Lab, testers loved the straightforward design and noted that the sound level was about the same as other blenders tested. One area in which the 5200 outperformed the competition, however, was in making peanut butter. Our Lab team also praised the tall container and easy cleanup.

    vitamix 5200 lab test

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    Lab Test Takeaway

    "There was such a huge difference in peanut butter texture, compared to what we made with other models. It wasn't crumbly or like peanut dust—it was actually smooth!" 

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    Vitamix ONE

    Normally $250, Now $203

    Our choice for a compact Vitamix, the Vitamix ONE is one of the more affordable options—and even more so right now! Even though it's smaller (32-ounce container) and less expensive than other models, our testers found it's still pretty powerful. They had no trouble making margaritas, smoothies, and garlic aioli.

    Vitamix One

    The Spruce Eats / Donna Currie

    What Our Testers Say

    "There were no ice chunks or bits of fruit remaining, and it was thick enough that it mounded on a spoon." Donna Currie, Product Tester

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    Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender

    Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender

    Courtesy of Amazon

    What We Like
    • Many pre-programmed settings

    • Versatile functions

    • Wide container

    What We Don't Like
    • Not dishwasher safe

    Normally $630, Now $540

    Our very favorite Vitamix, which we tested in our Lab and at home, is on sale.

    Our home tester ran the 750 blender through a gamut of tests, including making mango and oatmeal smoothies, an iced latte, celery juice, hollandaise sauce, tomato sauce, cashew nut butter, chunky salsa, and whipped cream. She praised the "superior texture" of each. In the Lab test, the 750 was the clear leader in making airy smoothies and large batches of homemade peanut butter.

    Though the Vitamix Professional Series 750 blender does have a large 64-ounce capacity, the container's wide, but squat build makes it easy to store. The blender has five presets, including smoothies, soups, frozen desserts, purées, and cleaning.

    Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender Lab Test

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    What Our Testers Say

    "I loved the ease of making cashew nut butter, vinaigrettes, granitas, and—using the pulse function—a large batch of chunky salsa." — Renu Dhar, Product Tester

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    Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender

    Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender

    Courtesy of Amazon

    What We Like
    • Simple to use

    • Easy to store

    • More affordable than other models

    What We Don't Like
    • Smaller capacity than other models

    Normally $350, Now $290

    The Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender is a bit on the smaller side, with a container capacity of 48 ounces. It's ideal for single-batches of morning smoothies or soups for dinner. The controls are straightforward, featuring a 10 variable speed dial and pulse option.

    In our Lab test, the E310 Explorian Blender was one of the easiest blenders to clean and also produced a smoothie with a very fine consistency.

    Vitamix E310 Explorian Lab Test

    The Spruce Eats / Tamara Staples

    Lab Test Takeaway

    "Ten variable speeds allow you to refine every desired texture during testing. Really simple. Plus, it's small, making it super easy to manage and maneuver." 

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    Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series Smart Blender

    What We Like
    • Impressive smart functions

    • Wireless capabilities

    • Sleek design

    What We Don't Like
    • Requires compatible containers

    Normally $650, Now $575

    Another Lab-tested Vitamix, the A3500 is our splurge pick. However, right now, you don't have to splurge quite as much as normal because it's $75 off. This model is for those looking to do way more than just blend a milkshake. This Vitamix is incredibly high-tech and includes an app with 17 pre-set programs and over 500 recipes. The motor base is wireless and can automatically adjust to the size of the container you place there. You can simply set a program and walk away—it will stop automatically.

    vitamix ascent 3500 spruce eats

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    Lab Test Takeaway

    "The built-in timer made everything so much easier!"

Why Trust The Spruce Eats?

Allison Wignall is a writer who focuses on food and cookware. She loves experimenting with her Oster blender, making anything from strawberry smoothies to mint chip milkshakes. Her work has been featured in publications including Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure, and Southern Living.

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