Vitamix blender review! Is it worth paying $500 for a blender? So far I say “yes”

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Welcome to my review of the Vitamix V1200 aka the Venturist as available at Costco.
In this review I make a healthy smoothie with a secret ingredient. Want to find out what the ingredient is you will just have to watch the review.
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collin huey says:

most restuarant use vitamix

Moosey Fate says:

Peanut butter is no cheaper if you make it than if you buy it in the store. Other nut butters (still chuckle like a high schooler every time I say that) probably are. The thing is, it has less sugar/salt/oil (at least I make it without adding any of these), and I think it tastes a ton better. I didn’t at first, but once I went back to store bough peanut butter, I really tasted the difference. It’s also a lot easier to clean a blender than stir the natural separated peanut butter. However, if you have a store with a peanut butter grinding machine that you operate, I feel that’s the best solution. Sprouts in the area used to, but they got rid of that. They still see the same business from me, I’m only buying peanuts instead of peanut butter. I prefer using roasted unsalted nuts.

fresna08 says:

Very Nice. I just came home from Costco in the Atlanta Galleria area. I viewed this one for the first time. The Vitamix guy, John, is running a Christmas special for $424. 🙂 I was going to buy the Ascent. Well, I’m thinking that this may be the absolute best deal. I hope you do a video on the fresh peanut butter in the small oz cup or hummus :-). Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays.

jessica mullane says:

Just bought my V1200 ( available at Costco only) for 424.99 since I am a executive card holder I used my yearly Costco check for 227.00$ so I got mine for just over 200$ including tax!

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