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Vitamix 2L TurboBlend with 0.9L Dry Grains Container & Cook Book £336.96 QVC
Vitamix 2L TurboBlend with 0.9L Dry Grains Container & Cook Book £336.96 QVC

Vitamix 2L TurboBlend with 0.9L Dry Grains Container & Cook Book £336.96 QVC

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The Vitamix is Today's Special Value on QVC. Yes it's expensive but look around this is a very good price for a new vitamix. And you also get a dry grains container - which retails around £115. The price ends today (27th) at midnight. P&P is free.

From QVC:

The impressive two-speed TurboBlend from Vitamix is a complete nutritional centre that not only blends, but juices, makes hot soups and sauces, creates salsas and dips plus frozen desserts and much more all in one innovative unit, with a powerful laser-cut blade taht pulverises whole foods with ease. This multi-tasking bundle from Vitamix also includes a fantastic container, which tackles the tougher and more challenging ingredients such as beans and pulses plus it can grind/mill whole grains to flour and knead

One machine does it all - there's no need for buying multiple appliances thanks to the Vitamix, it does the job of a hand mixer, food processor, soup maker, juicer and smoothie maker all in one.

Two litre capacity - ideal for blending medium to large batches, plus its laser-cut, stainless-steel hammer mill and cutting blades won't let you down and will ensure a consistent blend every time. Plus, the spill-proof lid with a vented plug allows you to safely add ingredients while the machine is running.

Get the most from your ingredients - the laser-cut blade blitzes peels, pulp and seeds from fruits and vegetables, unlocking full flavours from all your ingredients. Making it quick and easy to add fresh fruit and vegetables to your daily diet.

Dry grains container - featuring stainless-steel blades that are specially designed for a variety of dry-use applications, the blades create a reverse vortex, pushing ingredients away from the blades to prevent ingredients packing at the base of the container. The included Whole Grains cookbook was developed by Vitamix chefs, and features inspirational recipes and tips on how to get started.

Easy to clean - designed to be used every day, the Vitamix and the dry grains container are surprisingly easy to clean - just hand wash the jug with warm, soapy water for thick or sticky ingredients. Or, add a drop of dish soap to your empty container and run on high for one minute. Rinse the container well and it is clean and ready to use for your next recipe.

This Vitamix comes with a five year manufacturer’s warranty on the blender and a three year warranty on the dry grains container. See inside pack for details

Colour options:

Black

Cream

Spice

Turquoise - selected specifically for QVC customers

Slate - selected specifically for QVC customers

Contains:

Vitamix TurboBlend

1 x 2L Tritan Container and lid with vented plug to safely add ingredients

1 x 0.9L dry grains container

1 x tamper stick

1 x Whole Grains cookbook

1 x TurboBlend Two Speed Cookbook with over 150 chef tested recipes

Technical specifications:

Variable high/low speed control

Power and indicator light

Voltage: 220V - 240V

Wattage: 1000W - 1200W

Vitamix (h x w x d): 52cm x 22.5cm x 18.5cm (20.5" x 8.8" x 7.3")

Cord length: 1.8m (6ft)

Weight: 4.5kg

3 Comments

What are you doing that requires a £300+ blender in home environment?! Talk about overkill.

DrJogalog

What are you doing that requires a £300+ blender in home environment?! … What are you doing that requires a £300+ blender in home environment?! Talk about overkill.



A Fiesta has 4 wheels and an engine, yet some people buy BMWs, it's life. I've got a Vitamix, I didn't pay anywhere near the price, but it truly is a fantastic machine, probably more use to someone who rarely buys processed food or needs to do some heavy duty grinding of ingredients.

mike

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DrJogalog

What are you doing that requires a £300+ blender in home environment?! … What are you doing that requires a £300+ blender in home environment?! Talk about overkill.


If you're making things like nut butters, it's easier and you're less likely to burn out the motor in a something like a vitamix. There is also non dairy milks. You get a finer texture if you grind flours i.e. almond flour or oat flour more so than a food processor and you don't have to worry so much about the motor.
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