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Available in your choice of Black, Brushed Stainless, and Copper ($50.00 upgrade) motor base finish, the complete Vitamix Professional Series 750 package includes:

  • Updated motor base including a custom-designed, quieter, Swedish-built high-performance 2.2-peak horsepower motor with radial cooling fan and thermal protection system; Soft-touch dial and switches
  • 5 pre-programmed blend settings including a self-cleaning option
  • 2Q/64oz BPA-free Eastman Tritan™ jar featuring newly designed easy on/off lids, no-drip spout, and an ergonomic soft-grip handle; 17.5″ total height – designed to fit under standard kitchen cabinets
  • Tamper to assist with thicker, denser ingredients
  • “Getting Started” guide, tutorial DVD, manual, and new “Create” recipe book

The warranty on the Vitamix Professional Series 750 is perhaps the best in the business.  Quite simply, if subjected solely to normal household use, Vita-Mix Corporation guarantees the entire machine will perform like-new for 7 years from the date of purchase, or they will repair or replace it free of charge.

Every Vitamix Professional Series 750 is purchased from Vita-Mix Corporation and is shipped directly to you – brand new, with a no-risk guarantee.  If at any point during the first 30 days of ownership you decide it isn’t the machine for you, simply return it for a full refund.  Vita-Mix will even cover the return shipping.





  1. Hi, is the vitex 750 professional the one with the presets? I’m not wanting presets. Also can a narrow base wet jug be used on this? I would like the choice to use both jugs.

  2. Do you have this model(vitamix 750)for European market,220V electricity?

    • bd

      Sasa, Vitamix makes a 220V version of the Pro 750 but it is not available through my site nor anywhere in the U.S.

  3. Hello BD! Congratulations and thanks for the awesomely useful website.

    I am considering buying a Professional Series 750 as I think (please confirm!) it is the best model currently available from Vitamix. Since they are all quite expensive, I was thinking why not just get the best one and use it for the years to come.

    I have a couple of questions, I live in Europe and this model seems to only be available in the UK and in Germany. Belgium should be getting it either after summer or by the end of the year.

    Do you happen to know if the documentation, book, etc. is normally translated to other languages? I would like to have everything in English and was therefore uncertain of buying it in Germany.

    If I were to get it in the UK, the language issue would of course be sorted out. However, the UK plug (3 pin) would not work on EU continental plugs (2 pin). Is there a way to safely change the plug (or cable)? I had to do this in the past and worked perfectly well since the cable was detachable so it was just a matter to changing it.

    Were this not possible, would you recommend (or advise against) using an adapter for the plug? I wonder if this would not pose safety risks or damage the blender. I was thinking that since the use is limited to 3-5 min bursts it should be ok but I would prefer checking before buying it.

    Thank you very much, if I was in the US I would buy it from your site directly 🙂

    • bd

      Bob, I appreciate the kind sentiments about the site. Have no concerns about the manual. Beginning with English, the owner’s manual is available in multiple languages here: Vitamix Pro 750 Owner’s Manual.

      The Pro 750 would probably have to be considered Vitamix’s top-of-the-line model in terms of features and price-tag. But you can realistically expect any Vitamix model you purchase to last for years to come. They are all superb, high-quality performers.

      Whether you can safely implement a cord/plug change or not, I strongly recommend you not do this. Not only is your hunch correct that doing so could possibly harm the blender, it can also potentially affect performance. But the greater risk is in the nullification of the warranty. If Vitamix can discern that such alterations were made, they will not honor warranty repair. The full seven year warranty on these machines is a huge reason why they are such great investments in my opinion. I would hate to see anyone jeopardize theirs. You wouldn’t be the first one to perform such modifications, just make sure you understand the potentially ramifications. Good luck!

      • Thank you very much BD 🙂

        I will either wait for its sale in Belgium or get one in Germany.

        All the best and many thanks!

        • bd

          I agree, Angela, it really is a great smoothie. There’s a reason it’s so popular.

  4. Hi,
    I live in Greece and I would like to buy vitamix pro 750 (at 220-240 Voltage). I would like to buy from european country seller (in order to avoid custom clearance fees for a shipment via USA; belive me they are high).
    Do you know from where?

    • bd

      Nikos, when last I checked you could buy this model from Harrods in the UK. I believe it is also available in Germany although I cannot tell you from which vendor. Good luck.

  5. Hello, I lost my tamper for my Vitamix Pro 750 but cannot find a replacement for it on their website. They only have the regular and mini size ones. I’m not sure if the mini one would work for the low profile blender. Please help! Im itching to make acai bowls :)) thanks!

    • bd

      Angeli, no, that’s not the one you need. Yours is not (yet) sold separately. You will want to call Vitamix customer service and have one of their reps assist you.

  6. Hi BD,

    I’m wondering when or is the 750 model already available in northern europe. I understand that the motors are made in sweden, so one would think they have a 220V version available somewhere. I’m also wondering if there is a europe version of the Blendtec designer series available.


    • bd

      Matti, the Pro 750 is currently available through Harrods in the UK in a 220V version. It is also available in parts of Western Europe but Harrods is your best bet for delivery options right now, I believe. I would imagine a gradual expansion throughout the continent is in the works but Vitamix does not keep me abreast of plans like these.

      Blendtec has several model options available in 220V through its distributors throughout Europe. Simply contact Blendtec via email and they will be glad to provide contact information for you. It sounds like you might be in Sweden. In that case, the distributor information is:

      Company Name: Barkonsult
      Contact Name: Jan Lövgren
      Address: Martendalsvagen 2H
      Tel: (46) 8644-6040
      Fax: (46) 8644-8310
      Email: jan.lovgren@barkonsult.se

  7. Hi BD,

    I purchased a Vitamix Pro 750 a few months ago and couldn’t be happier with my decision. However, I have misplaced the plug that fits into the lid on the 64 oz container. I’ve looked around online and can’t seem to find this part – only the “higher profile” container plug seems to be available. Are you aware of vitamix offering just this part?



    • Blenderdude

      Matt, the plugs are not sold individually by Vitamix. However, my recommendation to you is still to call Vitamix customer service and see if they might be able to help you anyway. My feeling is that they will.

  8. Hi BD,
    I live in Saudi Arabia at the moment. My daughter has several food allergies and so I want a vitamix to use to make nut butters, dairy free ice cream,soups & smoothies.I like that it’s easier to scrape things out of the pro 750 model and that it’s quieter, shorter and also like the presets. It is supposed to be more powerful than the 5200 model.
    1.Did the 220 v model come out? (MAYBE in Europe?)
    2.are the presets really handy?
    3.how do they compare regarding getting mixed ingredients out, much difference?
    4.does the pro 750 have dry jug?
    5.we have a vitamix seller here, only they don’t hv either one of these, they hv the vitaprep 3( many people don’t recommend it),what is ur opinion.
    Thnx so muchin advance.

    • Blenderdude

      Ragaa, there is a 220V version of the Pro 750 out in Europe right now. It is available in England through Harrods. If it is not available in Germany it will be soon, too, I believe. I would expect a gradual roll-out into other major cities throughout the year. The pre-programmed cycles are loved by many Vitamix users. I would certainly call them handy but would stop short of saying they are necessary. These are generally recipe-specific so if you envision yourself using the Vitamix recipe book frequently then they very well could be for you.

      The shorter profile and wider base of the Pro 750 does lend itself to slightly easier removal of thick ingredients from around the blade assembly. This is negated somewhat by a larger blade, however. For use with a 5200 or model with a similar container, I recommend investing in a long, thin-faced spatula. These work quite well.

      You would use the very same Dry Grains container on either one of these two models. The VitaPrep 3 is an awesome blender for certain. If it is your only option it is not the end of the world. My major caveat with it is it is designed and sold as a commercial machine and as such carries a 3-year warranty as opposed to 7 with any of the home models, including the two you mentioned.

  9. I need a tamper replacement for my 7500 . I don’t see it on Vitamix website or anywhere else on line for that matter. Please help!!

    • Blenderdude

      Lorena, please check your email.

      • Thank you for the quick reply BD! I called customer service this morning (great customer service btw) and ordered the tamper for my low profile 7500 Vitamix with free shipping, how cool is that! THANK YOU for the information provided. Also never got to THANK YOU , after reading your posts and asking a few questions I decided to purchase a Vitamix vs. all this other blenders a year ago. I LOVE my 7500 Vitamix, best investment ever!!!

        • Blenderdude

          Congrats, Lorena. That’s great news. I’m glad you’re enjoying your Vitamix – continued happy blending!

      • Forgot to mention , we love it and brag about so much that my mom just went out and purchased the new Vitamix 6300 yesterday!

  10. Hi I just bought a floor model vitamix750 on eBay. Do you think I will have any issues registering it for the warranty?

    Thank you for your informative wesite!

    • Blenderdude

      Mia, you should be just fine. Warranties on all Vitamix models transfer to new owners. Congrats on your Vitamix!

  11. I am trying to purchase the Pro 750 but I can’t find it anywhere! Even when I click ‘Buy Now’ on your website, it takes me to the vitamix website where they only have the Aspire and Classic series. Is this because I am trying to order from Canada (Montreal)?
    Please help! Look forward to hearing back from you.

    • Blenderdude

      SF, yes, you are experiencing difficulty because Vitamix is redirecting you to their Canadian server. The company started doing this in mid-2012. It is no longer possible for customers with a Canadian ISP to purchase Vitamix.com products online. You will have to purchase this particular model from an authorized dealer online or in a bricks-and-mortar store.

  12. I have misplaced the tamper for our Vitamix 750. Is the tamper for this model (has a 64 oz container) the same the tampers for the other models? Or, is it a special tamper? The only tamper model number I can find is 760. Thanks.

    • Blenderdude

      Richard, I don’t think Vitamix has made this particular tamper readily available online as of yet but I am confident you can order one from them, still. Call customer service and describe exactly what you need. They should be able to help you. If you run into difficulty let me know and I will investigate further on your behalf.

  13. I am trying to decide between the Vitamix VS and the Vitamix Professional Series 750. Please help. I will be using it to make fruit smoothies, super green shakes, hummus, soups, margaritas :), and sorbet. Any advice???

    • Blenderdude

      Anneliese, for every one of the purposes you listed, ANY Vitamix you see on this site will be perfect. All the models pretty much accomplish the same goals, and all of them do this equally well. The primary differences in them are size (height and width of containers and blades), pre-programmed settings, noise, motor strengths, and accessory packages (recipe books, DVDs, and sometimes other kitchen tools). Some people want a specific color, some want a certain height, some want the absolute strongest motor, some want recipes tailored to specific lifestyles, etc., etc.

      If none of the aforementioned features are of primary concern to you, and results are your main factor, then I would suggest price become a top priority. Again, all of these machines will turn out superb results for the purposes you’ve mentioned. You just have to decide which “bells and whistles” you want to use in getting to these results.

      Based on nothing else other than what you’ve mentioned, between those two specific models I would suggest the TurboBlend VS. However, the Professional Series 750 is an amazing blender – pretty much the top-of-the-line machine Vitamix has to offer right now. If you want all the features, it certainly has it.

  14. Hi there,

    I just purchased a pro 750 after 3 years of saving for a Vitamix and I’m thrilled…Except, I assumed that the 750 would be able to do everything that the 5200 can do. I am vegan and also like raw so I’ve been looking to buy the Live Fresh recipe book and it says that those recipes should not be made in the 750 pro but were made for the turbo blenders or the 5200. Can those recipes be adapted? Have I purchased the wrong blender? Please help, Thanks!

    • Blenderdude

      CCJ, you can make just about any recipe in the Pro 750, but only use the pre-programmed settings for recipes designed specifically for them. For regular recipes and those you create yourself, control the machine manually, just as you would with the 5200. Because of the different blade and container sizes, though, you may to need to occasionally increase the ratios and/or quantities of your ingredients. Also, you may not need to blend quite as long with some recipes as you might with the 5200 because of the larger blade (I’m talking a difference of only a few seconds in most instances). Experience will eventually guide you but don’t fret over your blender. It is top-of-the-line and can do anything any other Vitamix can.

  15. BD,

    Thank you for an incredibly informative web site. I appreciate the extent you go to present unbiased comparisons. Like many others, I’m trying to decide between the Vitamix and the Blendtec. The one I buy must fit under my cabinets so that has me considering the Vitamix 750, which I also happen to find most attractive. The tamper seems a drippy mess — but I understand it helps the Vitamix be a great blender. OTTH, the additional Twister Jar/spatula for the Blendtec seems like a dream when combined with the Wildside. My needs will be small quantities — servings for one or two only.

    Q1 – I’ve read a bit about the lawsuit between the two companies and apparently it being settled last fall. The lawsuit somehow involved the jar shape and my concern is it will impact the 750 jar and that it could be discontinued. Thoughts/opinions?

    Q2 – From what I’ve seen and read, the Blendtec probably doesn’t do quiet as well blending if everything is just dumped into the blender. But I’m wondering if I were to pre-blend frozen ingredients a bit, if all might be equalized. I would rather stop the blender and add – or pour more in at the top than finding a place to put a drippy tamper then having to wash it. Thoughts/opinions?

    Q3 – Do you have any thoughts/opinions on the difference between the 5200 and the 750? My apologizes if I’m missed finding this on your site.


    • Blenderdude

      Rebecca, the container included in the 750 was not in any way included in the lawsuit you have referenced. That should not be a concern.

      If you wanted to take the extra steps you mention for incorporating all your ingredients, it would most certainly help your results. The more liquid/soft ingredients already in the container, the easier frozen ingredients will be incorporated with the Blendtec.

      The Professional Series 750 is the newest design with a shorter profile than the 5200, as you already know. It comes with a slightly stronger motor and some pre-programmed settings that are not included with the 5200. It also comes with a significantly higher price tag. The 5200 will do everything the Pro 750 will, but without some of the “bells and whistles” that many find convenient. Only you can decide whether or not the added features justify the price difference.

    • Hello Rebecca, I saw your post and just wanted to add some input. I have the VM Pro 750. The thing to keep in mind with the newer generation Vitamix models such as the VM 7500, Pro 300 and Pro 750 is that they use a shorter and much wider container than the VM 5200. This really helps if you want to pack the container up more with less chances that you’ll need to use the Tamper tool. About the Tamper tool, it’s a very helpful tool in accelerating the blending process. Don’t look at it as a bad thing. There are many Blendtec customers that wished the company would offer a Tamper, but they refuse to.
      As far as the Tamper getting messy, you mentioned the Blendtec Twister Jar. Well that’s going to be even more to clean up. The Twister Jar comes with long plastic blades with a dial attached to them. You insert that into the Twister Jar to assist with blending thick concoctions such as Peanut Butter, Ice Cream and Hummus. The twisting blades get very messy, much messier than the Tamper tool. Check out some YouTube videos of people using the Twister Jar. Any Vitamix should work fine for you, but if you’re shopping only on price then get the 5200, but if you want the jar design and new motor of the 750 without paying that high price then you should check out the Vitamix 7500.

  16. Hi,
    My name is Udom from Bangkok. I just watched the inspiring movie”Planeat” and decided to turn most of my and my family’s meals to be organic and plant-based as much as possible. A good blender is what I’m looking for and after doing some research I decided to choose the Vitamix Professional series 750. However, living here in Thailand I could only find a 5200 by a local authorised distributor with only 3-year warranty! I have my brother working in Petaluma,CA so I just come up with an idea to have him buy the Pro750 and bring it home. The question is what is the power input of that blender, is it a 110v or universal input?
    Any comment will be appreciated.
    Udom Wongsasulak

    • Blenderdude

      Udom, I would advise you against doing that. The power cord is 110v and would require an converter/adapter to work in Thailand. Converting would most likely cause a reduction in the blender’s power output and could even damage it. Also, using the blender in any country that requires modification to voltage other than that for which it was designed will automatically void the warranty. The 5200 is an excellent blender and would be a great investment for your family. Best of luck.

  17. Any vitamix 750 problems,i have this model and it keeps going off on me.

    • Blenderdude

      Pam, I have not been informed of problems related specifically to that model. However, that is an issue that would be covered under warranty. I advise you to contact Vitamix.