Vitamix Blender Review
Vitamix offers a wide range of blenders for different uses. Below are a comparison of the best selling Vitamix blenders.
The Vitamix 5200 and 5300 are almost identical blenders, released as a C-Series Blender in 2007.
When comparing the Vitamix 5200, 5300, and 7500 side-by-side, there are only minor differences. The main difference is the motor base. The Vitamix 7500 has a 40% quieter motor with 88 db while the Vitamix 5200 and 5300 have a noise level of around 98 db and do not include the noise dampening feature. The 5200 and 5300 have the classic motor base, while the 7500 boasts a better air flow which prevents overheating.
The main (if only) difference between the 5200 and 5300 is the HI/LOW switch on the 5300 which has a pulse switch. The 5300 model has a more smooth and glossy 64 oz pitcher and slightly higher horse power.
The Vitamix 5300 is a best selling C-Series Classic with a low profile Blender, a HI/LOW switch and slightly higher hp.
The Vitamix 5200 also in the C-Series…released in 2007 has a variable speed control dial.
The Vitamix 7500 is a high performance low profile blender for processing large batches of ingredients while still fitting under most kitchen cabinets.
The Vitamix 5300 has a laser cut stainless steel blade, the Vitamix 5200 has super powerful blades that blend the toughest ingredients, it can grind grains, and even prepare dough. It has 10 variable speeds.
The Vitamix 7500 processes whole ingredients plus it allows you to chop, and puree and processes all textures perfectly.
The Vitamix 5300’s speciality is for chopping, blending, grinding, heating, pureeing, churning, creaming, and heating.