The Vitamix Professional Series 750 is a full-size blender that falls on the higher end of the Vitamix price range. It comes with a two-part lid and tamper for its 64-ounce jar. It has straightforward physical controls, with no digital display or Βluetooth connectivity, but offers a wide range of speed settings and a few automatic blending programs with its control dial. Unlike other premium models like the Vitamix A2500, its jar and pitcher are not dishwasher-safe.
The Vitamix 750 is fantastic for multi-purpose use. It's very well-built and delivers a versatile performance. It can make a silky puree of fibrous ingredients, so it's suitable for single-serve smoothies or a big batch of soup. It easily crushes ice cubes and has no trouble with tough ingredients like nuts, although you may need to scrape the sides of the jar with thicker mixtures like nut butter. You can also use it to process hot ingredients. Unfortunately, it isn't dishwasher-safe, but it's quite easy to wash by hand.
The Vitamix 750 is superb for making single-serve smoothies. Even though it only comes with one 64-ounce jar, it makes a silky puree with small batches of fibrous ingredients, so you can use it to make a well-blended smoothie with tough ingredients like leafy greens. It's also very easy to clean, but unfortunately, it's not dishwasher-safe.
The Vitamix 750 is outstanding for making multiple servings of smoothie. The 64-ounce jar can hold enough to serve several people, and it makes a nearly perfectly smooth puree with ingredients like kale, even if you fill it to its full capacity. It also makes snow-like crushed ice, so you can add ingredients like ice cubes or frozen fruit. It's quite easy to clean, but it's not dishwasher-safe.
The Vitamix 750 is incredible for ice-crushing. It's sturdily built and makes snow-like crushed ice ideal for frozen drinks and desserts in about 30 seconds.
The Vitamix 750 is fantastic for making soup. It's safe to use for hot blending, so you can add your ingredients directly from the pot or pan. The 64-ounce jar can hold a big batch and can produce an extremely smooth puree with fibrous ingredients, so it can blend a smooth vegetable soup or sauce. The 'Soup' program also lets you heat up cool ingredients as they blend with friction from the blades.
The Vitamix 750 is fantastic for professional use. It's very solidly built and delivers a versatile performance, easily blending fibrous ingredients, nuts, and ice cubes. It's safe to use for hot blending and offers a wide range of speed settings to suit different recipes. It's easy to clean by hand but isn't dishwasher-safe. It's also quite a bit louder than some full-size blenders, including other Vitamix models like the Vitamix A3500.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 comes in 'Βlack' or 'Pearl Grey'. We tested it in black and you can see the label for the unit we tested here. If you come across another variant, let us know in the discussions below and we'll update our review.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender is a higher-end Vitamix blender that comes with a 64-ounce jar, tamper, and two-part lid. Like the Vitamix 7500, it has a long power cord and a physical control scheme instead of a digital display, including a speed dial. Unlike the 7500 it also has automatic blending programs. It doesn't come with accessories, but you can buy an adapter and compatible extras from Vitamix directly, including a personal jar. It delivers fantastic, versatile performance, but has some downsides compared to similarly-priced Vitamix blenders. It's not dishwasher-safe and it's a lot louder than the Vitamix A3500 or Vitamix A2500.
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The Vitamix Professional Series 750 is a little better than the Vitamix 7500 for most purposes. The 750 delivers a better blending performance since it's more suitable for making single-serve smoothies in its main jar and nut butter. It has a few automatic blending programs. Then again, the 7500 is slightly better built and quieter.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 and the Vitamix 5200 perform similarly. If you like a simple design, the Vitamix 5200 is a more straightforward, quieter blender with no automatic blending programs. It's easier to use to make nut butter. However, you might prefer the Professional if you want a blender for ice crushing or prefer to use blending programs instead of manual blending.
The Vitamix A3500 and the Vitamix Professional Series 750 perform almost identically, so which is better depends on your preferences. The A3500 is quieter, and its jar and lid are dishwasher-safe. It has a digital display, including a blending time indicator and a programmable timer. It's also compatible with a companion app via Βluetooth. On the other hand, you may prefer the 750's simpler, more analog control scheme. Its power cord is longer as well.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 is a bit better than the Vitamix Explorian E310. The 750 has a bigger 64-ounce capacity and includes a few automatic blending programs on its control dial. It also does a better job of crushing ice. On the other hand, the lower-end Explorian performs quite similarly if you don't mind its smaller capacity. Its jar and lid are also dishwasher-safe, unlike the 750.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 and the Vitamix A2500 have different strengths. The 750 delivers a better blending performance, since it processes ingredients more quickly, makes more uniform crushed ice, and produces smoother purees with small batches of fibrous ingredients. Its power cord is much longer, but it lacks some features that the A2500 has, like a digital blending time indicator and app connectivity. The A2500 is also much quieter and dishwasher-safe.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 is slightly better than the Vitamix A2300. They perform very similarly, but the 750 has a slight edge when it comes to making nut butter. It's also quicker at processing small batches of fibrous ingredients and crushing ice. Its controls include several automatic blending programs. On the other hand, the A2300 doesn't have onboard blending programs, but you can get them via a companion app. It has a few other extra features that the 750 lacks, like a programmable timer. It's also quieter when it's running.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 and the Vitamix Propel 750 are almost identical. The Propel is a few pounds lighter and has a longer power cord, while the Professional is marginally quieter. Overall, they perform similarly.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 and the Wolf Gourmet Pro-Performance have similar performances, though the Vitamix still has a slight edge. The Vitamix has a somewhat sturdier build and does a slightly better job of making crushed ice and nut butter. In contrast, the Wolf is quieter. Its blunt-edged blades help make it easier to clean by hand, so some may prefer it.
It's a bit smaller than the Vitamix Venturist V1200 or Vitamix A3500, but it's quite heavy. You probably need to find space for it on your counter, unless you have room in a spacious cupboard.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 has a fantastic build quality. The lower part of the base is made of a metal alloy, while the upper part is made of plastic. The gears on the base and jar are also made of metal. The cable is thick and long and the controls are responsive and feel smooth. There are four feet under the blender to help keep it in place. The speed dial can be pulled off, which is nice since you can remove it and wipe away any splatters underneath.
The main pitcher has a big 64-ounce capacity, so you can blend multiple servings at once.
The Vitamix 750 is fantastic for processing fibrous ingredients at full capacity too. Just like with smaller batches, it quickly incorporates ingredients like kale into a smooth puree with virtually no specks leftover.
The Vitamix 750 is a superb ice crusher. It makes snow-like crushed ice in about 30 seconds. The only downside compared to models like the Vitamix A3500 is that you have to pulse manually with the switch, but it's still a very easy process.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 is incredible for making nut butter. As you're ramping up the speed, some of the crushed ingredients can get stuck in the jar's grooves, requiring you to stop and scrape the sides. It takes a bit longer than some blenders, like the Vitamix Explorian E310, but produces a remarkably smooth nut butter without a lot of effort.
It's loud, so it's irritating to stand near it when it's running. Other full-size blenders we've tested, like the Vitamix A2500 and the Wolf Gourmet Pro-Performance, are much quieter.
It has a wide range of blending speeds, so it's easy to fine-tune the speed to suit a recipe.
Like the Vitamix Explorian E310 and the Vitamix 7500, it has a physical control scheme and no digital display. The dial has markings from 1-10 but rotates smoothly instead of clicking between 10 distinct speed settings, so you can make small adjustments. There are also five automatic blending programs that you can select with the dial: 'Smoothies', 'Frozen Desserts', 'Soups', 'Purees', and 'Cleaning Cycle'. There are dedicated switches for pulse mode and for start/stop too. The on/off switch on the side of the blender needs to be set to 'on' before the blender will start.
The Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender is easy to clean, similar to other Vitamix blenders like the Vitamix Venturist V1200. With soap and water in the jar, the blender's one-minute self-cleaning program does a lot of the work for you, but you still need to use a brush to clean the non-removable blades and the inside of the lid.