Efficient Blending With Vitamix 750 Feb 05, 2014 yumme Equipment 0 The Vitamix 750 is the top-of-line model in the Vitamix line up and aims to bring efficient blending and professional performance to the kitchen. However, does this machine live up to the stellar reputation of its brand name? Our Vitamix 750 review has the answers. Features Before we get into the pros and cons of this blender, let us start the Vitamix 750 review with a brief look at the features that the blender brings to the table: 2.2 peak HP motor Laser-cut stainless steel blades Five pre-programmed settings, with variable speeds (1-10) Start/Stop and Pulse toggles 64 oz. BPA-free copolyester jar Stainless steel housing 7-year warranty Tutorial DVD and recipe book Pros The Vitamix 750 is a professional level blender and certainly one of the best on the market. There is a lot to like about this machine, not least the motor. The 750 packs in a 2.2-peak horsepower motor that allows the device to reach speeds of up to 270 mph without overloading. Naturally, this means it is able to blend anything. Vitamix claims that this model is 40% quieter than others in the range are and it really shows, as it gets through the workload with minimum effort. The one-touch operation controls are another excellent aspect of the 750. Simply turn the dial to one of the five pre-sets – smoothies, frozen desserts, purees, hot soups, or cleaning – toggle to start and watch it go. You don’t have to worry about anything else; the Vitamix is intuitive enough to adjust the speed based on blade resistance. The pre-set controls also ensure the device is super easy to clean – always a positive with blenders. Finally, the 750 is just 17.4″ tall, 9.4″ deep, 7.7″ wide, and weighs only 12.5 lbs. This allows it to easily fit under cabinets and never demand too much counter space when in use. Cons Just when things are going so well, along comes the cons section of the Vitamix 750 review to ruin everything. There is very little not to love about this device, the only downside in function being the fact that there is no digital display to indicate time remaining during a cycle. However, there is one major drawback and it will be a deal breaker for most consumers: price. The Vitamix 750 is staggeringly expensive at $749.00 RRP and probably more than most people would be willing to pay to make smoothies. Conclusion As you can see from this Vitamix 750 review, this machine is one of the best blenders on the market and a real asset to any kitchen…if you can afford it!