Blendtec Designer 625, 650 and 675 Blenders Review

The Blendtec Designer 625, 650, and 675 models are a mid-level and mid-priced Blendtec series of blenders’ commercial grade blenders for home use. They feature sleek design and equipped with more than Blendtec Classic series units control features. Designer 625,…

Vitamix Ascent Series Containers Explained

All Ascent Series Vitamix blenders (A2300, A2500, A3300, A3500 and Venturist) come with the 64 oz. Wet (4” blades) Self-Detect Low Profile Wide Bottom containers. Over the last 2-3 years, the Vitamix also released a range of additional containers for…

Vitamix Aer Disc Container Review

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The Vitamix Air Disc Container has the standard Vitamix Ascent-Series container 48 oz. capacity, shape and clear lid but comes with special blades design. To be exact, instead of blades, it is equipped with a spinning disc with holes which…

Blendtec Classic 575 Blender Review

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The Classic 575 is a commercial standard blender from the Blendtec entry-level product line that provides exceptional performance with the powerful 3HP motor. It comes with the modern and colorful design and the range of modern features which make it…

Best Vitamix Knockoff Blenders Under $100

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The US and the world market are currently overpopulated with Vitamix (Blendtec, Waring) knockoff blenders, as a result of booming Chinese cloned products manufacturing. Now, when the price for some of them dropped below $100 the opportunity to buy one…

Blendtec Total Classic Original Blender Review

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The Blendtec Total Classic Original Blender was introduced to the market in late 2004 as the first Blendtec commercial power blender for home use. It was based on the Blendtec commercial blender’s model and used the same mechanisms as for…