The Vitamix 7500 blender may just be the best blender on the market today. As Chiropractors, and health enthusiasts, we all know the importance of consuming the best nutrients possible for our body.
Here is the product review from Circle of Docs founder, Dr. Beau Pierce
The new Vitamix 7500 is one of the latest additions to the Vitamix lineup. Building upon the quality and innovative technology of their past blenders, Vitamix created the Vitamix 7500 and addressed a few of the problems that owners of the Vitamix 5200 complained about.
The most noticeable difference with 7500 is the redesigned, lower-profile 64 oz container. The entire unit – with the container in place – is only 17.5″ tall, a full three inches shorter than the older 5200. This makes it a lot easier to fit under your kitchen cabinet. Vitamix has also improved the sound dampening on their newest blenders and this model is over 40% quieter than older models.
The 7500 measures up a bit differently than the other models in the Vitamix line. It is shorter, only 17.5″ tall, wider, 7.7″ wide, and deeper, 9.4″ deep. The Vitamix 7500 is also heavier than past models, 12.5 lbs, likely because of the more powerful motor. It comes equipped the same 6 foot cord as other models, which can be neatly stored by winding it beneath the motor base, which comes in one of only three colors (red, black, or white).
The motor in the Vitamix 7500 has been upgraded so that it is more powerful than earlier Vitamix models. This blender’s motor is capable or 2.2-peak horsepower at 12 amps. This increase in horsepower means that it can now reach top speed of 270 miles per hour at full power so that ingredients are broken down more quickly.
There have been some minor, but noticeable, improvements made to the controls of the new Vitamix 7500. This model still retains the familiar switch and dial configuration, but the high/variable toggle has been replaced with a pulse toggle.
This addition allows you to quickly pulse the blend at any speed for an added burst of power. You’ll also find this feature is very useful when chopping vegetables or making salsas. Gone are the day of flipping the power switch on and off or twisting the dial from 1 to 10.
The dial and switches are still made from the same ‘soft-touch’ rubber as the older models giving them an durable finish and secure feel.
The answer to this first question is pretty simple: yes. The Vitamix is a surprisingly versatile machine, capable of handling a wide variety of ingredients with little, if any difficulty. Wet or dry, large or small, nothing seems to trip the Vitamix up. We tested out delicate foods like flour and ice cream, along with more rugged recipes like almond milk and additive-free peanut butter.
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Pros: The Vitamix 7500 was one of the most consistently powerful blenders that we tested. It’s also one of the simplest to use. It blends nearly anything and everything that we tested.
Cons: With no presets and no timer, it might be a bit too simple.
Overall: One of the best blenders on the market today.