Occasionally, you’ll find exclusive TV offers from Vitamix. Here, you’ll find the latest with our recommendation.
January 2018 Vitamix TV Offer
E310 with The Vitamix Cookbook
If you’re looking for a brand new, yet classically designed, no-frills Vitamix, the E310 is a great pick. It’s powerful, can do all the things, and like all Vitamix machines, is built to last. A great machine with Vitamix quality at entry-level pricing.
For those wanting a Vitamix, but not needing advanced features, the new offering in the Explorian Series is great. It comes with a narrow-bodied, 48 ounce container which is nice for making smaller batches and also is countertop friendly. The 2.0 HP motor is plenty powerful to get high quality blends you expect from a Vitamix. From smoothies, to juices to hot soups to nut butters, this machine can do it all. This offer features Easy Payments as low as $15.50 per month. And, as always, you get the 30-day in-home trial. Returns, upgrades, even downgrades are welcome, no questions asked; they even cover shipping both ways.
Note: This was the most popular model during the 2017-2018 Holiday season.
Recommendation: Go for it! A great pick for someone looking to bring a Vitamix into their lives. The bonus cookbook, The Vitamix Cookbook, is an interesting read and a nice compliment to the standard cookbook that also comes with your machine. Another option: Grab the E310 for $349 (without the Vitamix Cookbook) and get the Kindle edition for a couple dollars.
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→ Which Vitamix to Buy in 2018
Cyndi Cinq-Mars -
We are looking at the e320 because we’d like a 2.2 hp motor but now I see the A320 which is pretty much the same price. This is our first Vitamix purchase so we’d like to get the best one while spending under $500. Thanks for your videos!
Lenny Gale -
Did you figure out which one to get? You say “we.” Who is we?
Generally when we get this question, we find ourselves recommending the E310.
pamela sertich -
So the small containers are only used with the Ascent series? I have the Vitamix I purchased from QVC about 2 years ago. It was the Creation GC. Anyway, I like a manual machine because electronic buttons seem to malfunction more often. What I was wondering, and by the way, I purchased the larger taller container because I felt that it had a better torque or blending. I didn’t see your website after I purchased mine and I looked for help all over the place. I live my Vitamix and I use it for protein shakes all the time. I don’t have much of an appetite so that really works for me. I have a couple of questions: can I trade up or should I? I love the ability of the smaller containers and I guess the Ascent series is the only way to use them. Or do I just have to buy a new one and which one is the best to buy. I don’t want a touch button for the issue I talked about above. Kind of a girl that likes manual things Also, how do you eliminate the foam at the top of my protein drinks? Am I not blending them long enough? Thanks for your help
By the way that E310 looks exactly like my model
Lenny Gale -
Don’t worry about upgrading. Stick with what you have — if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Especially if you’re happy with your machine.
If you’d like the ability to do tiny batches (smoothies to go, salad dressings, etc), take a look at the Personal Cup Adapter. That’s compatible with the machine you have and will allow you to do some of the smaller container stuff you mention.
How to get foam from top of protein drinks. Good question: After everything’s blended, run your Vitamix on Variable Speed 1 for up to ten seconds. That should remove some of the air bubbles at the top. Feel free to repeat a few times.
Yes, the E310 is similar to your model. On the inside, they’re nearly identical, too. 🙂