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Cheapest Way To Buy A Vitamix

I have been purchasing freeze-dried mealworms on Amazon, assuming this must be the cheapest place to buy. To compare prices, I was able to find the same brand and size that I typically purchase on Amazon at the pet store.

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Yes, I agree that Tractor Supply is the cheapest for Sunflower hearts but the price for 35 pounds is now Aug. 21, $64.99, still cheaper but it has gone up. Our local Agway seems to be cheaper for the Nyger seed as of Aug 1 got 10 pounds for $17.49.

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You failed to mention vitamix has a 7 year warranty and the best customer service. Usually they will replace the container and tamper when accidentally broken once for free. Also if you use the tamper, your vitamix will not smoke or shut off. As with any electronic product it comes with instructions, a DVD, and great online resources to those you how to use it. If you read the manual or wondered what the tamper was for, you would know the need to use it for nut butters, frozen fruit, etc.

I have had a vitamix for over 30 years! I have some trouble occasionally with the motor struggling to get the frozen stuff ground but have found if I put in a little at a time instead of dumping all, it handles it much better. Also the store, Sur La Table, has a fabulous silicone spatula just for blenders like the Vitamix. The very end of it is slightly curved so it can scoop anything out from under and around the blades and it is longer than the Vitamix container. And yes, I do not know what I would do without the tamper! I love my Vitamix but was happy you reviewed both as I have heard much about the BlendTec and have been wondering about it.

I did a lot of research before I ended up with a vitamix. Mine has pre programmed settings that I can walk away from while doing other things. Have had no issue so far with any job. I can even make soup in it and it heats it up piping hot. Also has a self-clean setting. Mine is tucked away under the counter for ease. I use it daily. It would be a bit heavy if I had to constantly get it out from a cupboard.

Had our blendtec classic over 7 years now. When following their directions, have had NO PROBLEMS! Banana bread, smoothies, soups, and more. We only have the wild side jar but even grinding a few peanuts worked out pretty well. (Not supposed to use a wild side for nut grinding). Yes after 7 years we spin the blade as mentioned. Wash up with pulsing water and 1-2 drops dish soap. Price at Costco was too good to pass up, especially when we had ice cream made for us. Being pensioners, cannot afford a vitamix. . We love our blendtec. P.S. never have had any smells of burning that has been mentioned. No motor smells. BUT.. A VERY GOOD REVIEW WAS GIVEN.

Does anyone else have trouble making thick things like nut butters in their vitamix? For me, when I put nuts and/or dates, it gets too gummed up. Am I doing something wrong? Love my vitamix otherwise.

I owned a blendtec for four years, had a microchip fault within first week..then after 4 years it broke. I bought vitamix after that and I am liking it so far. I love the blendtec better because of the twister jar and pre programmed options..Not once had a redo a smoothie cycle. Ground the thickest nut butters..I truly loved it.wish it lasted longer. Vitamix ascent series is very quiet though.

Thanks so much for your detailed comment, Wynn! Loved it! And I am so trying that cashew/macadamia nut butter. So many of these comments make me realize I am totally missing the boat on not making more nut butters (now that I know the vitamix can handle them so well!)

The Vitamix E320 is the cheapest way to get a new Vitamix blender with a 64oz container and Vitamix's latest, most powerful motor. As mentioned above, there's no other way you can get those features cheaper, The next closest option is the 7500 at which is another bump up in price. 041b061a72


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