Vitamix Blenders

You may face many questions if you’re looking to purchase a Vitamix blender. About a dozen different Vitamix models are available, and they all have eerily similar sounds.

What distinguishes the Vitamix A5200 from the A5300 ? Or Vitamix A3500 vs A3300 ? Or the Vitamix Professional Series vs. Professional Grade variants? All Vitamix models are different in how they work and how much they cost, which makes things even more confusing.

How We Evaluate the Vitamix Blenders

If you buy a Vitamix, you can be sure that you will get a strong blender that works well. However, since many of these blenders’ utility depends on the features you desire and the purposes for which you want to use them, our objective was not to rank the best and worst Vitamixes. Instead, we tried to come up with a performance benchmark and share any useful UX findings to help you choose the best Vitamix for you.

In our lab, we put 15 of the best Vitamix blenders to the test by blending peanut butter and kale smoothies. The testers thoroughly cleaned each machine and put any dishwasher-safe components through a few washing cycles. All of our testers gave the Vitamix blenders ratings based on their usability, effectiveness, noise level, cleaning convenience, and overall value.

Additionally, we shipped a few Vitamixes to the residences of our seasoned food writers so they could test them out for several weeks. They tried out all the features and functions, cleaned and put away the equipment, and blended different drinks, sauces, and soups to see what worked and what didn’t.

This category makes it easy to find well-researched articles comparing and contrasting two products you might be interested in buying. You can use this information to determine which option is best for your kitchen.

See also other well-known blenders like Ninja, Margaritaville, Blendtec, Breville, KitchenAid & Nutribullet.