Blendtec TB-621-20 - One of the BEST professional blender. When the blending button is pushed on the Smart-Touch technology digital touchpad, a preprogrammed cycle automatically speeds up and slows down to draw ingredients into the 29,000 rpm blade and thoroughly blend all the ingredients.
It shuts off when the cycle is complete, so recipes will turn out perfect every time. The blending jar is our famous patented square jar design, just like our professional models used in U.S. coffee, juice, and restaurant chains, with a 64-ounce capacity and a one-year warranty. The patented two-prong stainless-steel blade carries a lifetime warranty. The blender has a powerful commercial-quality, 1,560 watt 3 HP direct-drive motor (model number E3) and comes with an ice-crushing guarantee and a three-year warranty on the motor and base. The Total Blender replaces these other kitchen appliances: Grain mill, juicer, bread machine, ice-cream maker, smoothie maker, blender, milkshake maker, coffee grinder, ice crusher. And it does the job better than the individual products, for a fraction of the cost. Material used : BPA free Copolyester.
- Commercial-quality 1,560-watt countertop blender with 3 HP direct-drive motor
- Preprogrammed blending cycles; digital touchpad controls; auto shutoff
- 2-prong stainless-steel blade spins at up to 29,000 rpm; ice-crushing guarantee
- 2-quart square blending jar; secure-fitting lid; user guide and recipes included
- Measures 7 by 8 by 15.5 inches; 3-year motor-base warranty; 1-year jar warranty; lifetime coupling-and-blade warranty
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Reviews by amazon.com customers:
-We didn’t know whether we wanted the Vitamix or the Blendtec, but after seeing the demo at Costco, we decided on Blendtec. I think it’s expensive for a blender, but I had two that didn’t really do a very good job. This makes great smoothies, dips and soups. I did an experiment with my cheap Hamilton Beach vs. the Blendtec. I put a 4-inch piece of celery and a cup of water in each blender and powered up. The Blendtec made celery water – there wasn’t so much as a string in sight. No remnant of the celery – just green water. The Hamilton Beach whirled the celery minimally and left the celery almost totally intact. We’ve used our Blendtec many times and found it well worth the price. We paid about $425 at Costco, including tax. We also have a recipe book that came with it.
- This is an awesome blender. It blends stuff like you’ve never seen before and I am really pleased with it.
-I love this blender. It is amazing. Once you use a Blendtec blender you will never go back. Makes amazing smoothies. I can even throw a carrot in there and my kids never know because it blends it so smoothly.This is a big investment but worth every penny.
- This blender is quite pricey, but its worth the money! It blends anything! It even knows when to stop blending. My mom loves it. I think its a great house warming gift.
-We bought our Blendtec Valentines’ Day 2010 and have used it almost everyday. We make green smoothies for breakfast and green smoothies or weight gainer smoothies for our neighbor with cancer. It was great when our baby started solids and we’d throw fresh, raw food into it and blend it up and store leftovers for him in ice cube trays. We could blend up our dinner and give it to him as well when he was in that stage. It is loud when it blends certain foods/ice but it has never caused our toddler to wake up. It is easy to wash. It fits under our cabinets (15″ high). It enables us to get more greens into our diet in the morning as opposed to just later in the day. Even our 2 year old loves green smoothies- that are mostly greens, as opposed to mainly fruit like some “green smoothie” recipes. All our recipes have turned out the right consistency. We love that we are getting living raw greens!
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