What’s the Difference Between the Professional 300 and Vitamix 7500?
Are you, like many, extremely impressed by the Vitamix blenders and are ready to invest in one & are specifically interested in the Pro 300 and 7500 model, but are a bit confused as to exactly what ‘is’ the exact difference between them and ultimately which is the best blender to go for?
Well, as you have probably come to realize both the Vitamix 7500 and 300 are practically the same blender essentially (and this is not really unlike Vitamix to give multiple names for essentially the same blender model) whereby they offer you pretty much identical bases & shape dimensions (roughly 7.2 x 17 x 8.5 inches), the same powerful two horsepower commercial motor, the same size & shaped containers, tampers, cutting blades, pulse function & lids etc. (more details on the specifics of the two Vitamix blenders below).
There is no ‘real’ Vitamix Pro 300 Versus 7500
The only real differences to be had between the two are minor ones at best (especially when you look at it from a practical point of view), their face plates comes in a different colored finish as well as the cookbooks that are provided with the Pro 300 and Vitamix 7500 differ somewhat, but certainly not to a significant extent (arguably the set that comes with the Pro 300 is slightly more comprehensive, but that is being pretty picky). So when it comes to which one to get, I’d basically just choose which ever is cheapest, given they offer the exact same set of options, are both next gen models (details about this below) and offer the same great ‘commercial standard Vitamix blending performance (there really is ‘no difference’ in this regard). Both are truly excellent blenders!
Overview of Both the Vitamix 7500 and Professional Series 300
Both models operate on a ultra powerful commercial grade 2 hp motor that allows you to manually control them (via their pulse function feature) through the dial based at front to vary its blending speed between 11 mph up to 240 mph, so you have full control over the viscosity and texture of the ingredients you are blending in producing smoothies, soups etc.
Moreover, the shatter proof containers are both wide & short (64 oz) to ensure it is easy for you to blend up, remove the contents and store the blender away in kitchen storage (an upgrade from old gen vitamix blenders). They also have large 4 inch ‘tough’ stainless steel blades for fast and a more effective blending performance & are much quieter in operation (when compared to the old gen models and certainly any of the competition out there today).
Where they differ is the ‘extras ‘ that come with the Pro 300 and 7500 with cookbooks and DVD guides that come with the blenders. Both are however backed with a 7 year warranty coverage (these blenders are designed to last you pretty much a life time) and can ‘perform like no other’ blender can. Truly awesome.
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