Compare Series: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
It’s a G-series home blender with touchscreen control panel
It is on a G-series platform and can blend any whole-food ingredient easily.
Compare Features: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
The blender is sleek and low-profile. It has a responsive glass LED Touchscreen Control Panel with one-touch control and adjustable speed setting. The touchscreen control panel resists cracks and scratches. The easy-tap buttons and can’t be activated by spills and splashes. There are five pre-programmed settings that give automated blending, walk-away convenience, and simple self-cleaning in just 60 seconds. It has a pulse feature the layer course chops over smoothie to make healthy recipes. It features a radial cooling fan and thermal protection system. It has an extra wide sharp blade. Vitamix 780 has a low profile design that is easy to store away under any kitchen cabinet. The metal drive system joins the container and motor base securely and also gives great durability to the blender.
It has the powerful motor for household blending that can blend any whole-food ingredient with ease. Vitamix 7500 has a low profile and sleek design that is perfect for family meals and fits under kitchen cabinets easily and is very easy to store without occupying too much space. It has a Pulse feature that layers course chops over smooth purees. It has 10 variable speeds that let you create every texture to give chef-like precision from purees to soups. Vitamix 7500 blender has a radial cooling fan and thermal protection system. It has a wide blade that gives better and more consistent blending results.
Compare what is it good for? Vitamix 780 vs 7500
It gives consistent results for smoothies, frozen desserts, soup, juices, and purees. Whether you want to make chunky salsas or vegetable soups by layering course over smooth purees. Vitamix 780 can also grind food grains and emulsify. It can give friction-cook hot soups and sauces from cold ingredients.
It can make perfect blends of whole-food ingredients and lets you create smooth purees, healthy soups, and fruit smoothies. With the pulse feature you can make healthy recipes such as chunky salsa and dips. Vitamix 7500 can emulsify and grind perfectly.
Compare Motor: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
2.2 peak horsepower
2.2 peak horsepower, 120 voltage
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Compare Settings: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
Five pre-programmed settings to give walk-away convenience and make smoothies, frozen desserts, soups, purees and for easy cleaning. The settings simplify the most frequent blends that are used.
It doesn’t have any pre-programmed settings but a fully adjustable and variable speed dial that gives 10 speeds. The manual control is precise and responsive and it features a pulse control to let you create recipes the way you want.
Compare Container: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
The container of Vitamix 780 is 64 oz to make family meals and it is low profile so it fits below most overhead cabinets.
The container is 64 ounc e and can make big batches of meals and entertaining guests. The container is still low profile and fits under any kitchen cabinets easily.
Compare Material: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
Eastman Tritan copolyster BPA-free plastic and hardened stainless steel
Eastman Tritan copolyster BPA-free plastic and stainless steel blades made of stainless steel
Compare Blades: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
Laser-cut, hardened stainless steel hammer mill and cutting blades measure 4 inch wide in diameter to that blends ingredients completely and consistently for creamy and smooth results, which are five times smoother than other leading blenders. The blades provide the same kind of consistency in blending for as long as the machine lasts.
The cutting blades are laser-cut and stainless steel hammer mill and measure 4 inches in diameter, which lets you blend ingredients consistently and gives smooth results whether it is soups, smoothies, desserts and more. The blades are made of hardened stainless steel and maintains the consistency of smooth blending till the machine’s lifetime.
Compare Price: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
Compare REVIEW: Vitamix 780 vs 7500
Vitamix 780 Review
Lenny Gale in his Vitamix 780 review says that it performs well and looks great but might take some getting used to for owners of previous models. Though a dapper machine with touchscreen controls, you can’t deny that it is the first of its kind from Vitamix. There are no switches or dials except the on/off switch on the back which is a great safety feature. Pre-programmed settings, Variable Speed Controls, and Pulse Control are all controlled by touching the glass screen. Moreover the LED lights show the progress through the cycle. Lenny emphasizes that the pre-programmed settings are easier and more inviting to use. These pre-programmed settings are for Smoothie, Puree, Frozen Desserts, Hot Soup and cleaning. Since it is the earlier version of a touchscreen model, the variable speed controls on the panel of Vitamix 780 may seem to be less precise. It could be good for those who are not really keen on precision.
An interesting feature is that the Vitamix 780 is relatively quieter than its competition on lower speed and surprisingly doesn’t get as loud on high speed. It is very easy to clean as well. Since it is a touchscreen surface and there are no crevices or weird shapes on the face of the device, cleaning seems like a cakewalk. Just a simple swipe of the face with a damp sponge gets it shinning in no time.
Lenny finally summarizes that the Vitamix 780 may be good for those
– who have a modern kitchen and the new design will add on to the great appliance collection
– who are loyal Vitamix owners and want to upgrade
– who have a Vitamix Pro 750 and like the pre-programmed settings feature
– who would love to gift it to a special someone
It may not be good for those
– who don’t like being an early adopter
– who are on a tight budget
– who are not interested in the latest model
– who already own a touchscreen blender and returned to Vitamix for its manual knobs and switch-based controls.
Vitamix 7500 Review
Lucas in his Vitamix 7500 review expresses his disappointment with the blender on more than one occasion. At the beginning he was afraid to turn it up to the maximum limit of 10 as it was very loud and shook vigorously to the point of an explosion. He somehow managed to get the blender to its maximum setting without any damages. It nicely handled making coconut milk, meat grinding and mixing stiff batter. However there was a burning smell in the case of stiff batter. The mixing stick is too short and won’t reach the batter especially if you are blending a small quantity where the ingredients get lost at the bottom. He regrets not returning it before the 30 day period, so now he is just compromising. It has been priced for the privileged at $528. The amazon low price is about 20% below the price of top notch kitchen utensil stores, where the price is $650 but it does not include dry grains container priced at $144 and a couple of other features. Since his wife loved it, he went ahead and bought it anyway thinking it might as well be the Rolls Royce of blenders.