VitaMix TurboBlend Two Speed Black
Vita Mix Turbo Blend Two Speed Blender is the high preformance blender for your healthy lifestyle! Be on top of the hottest trend – healthy home gourmet – with the latest in Vita-Mix power and performance. More than a blender, the TurboBlend Two Speed is designed to render the full bioavailability of whole foods such as apples, strawberries, fresh greens and more, including leaves, peel, stems and all the valuable fiber.
Get the best in high-performance blending equipment to support your healthy lifestyle, with all the power demanded by top gourmet chefs.
This upgraded model features a new super-efficient 2-peak horsepower motor that runs substantially cooler, processing fresh, whole foods in seconds for superior taste and flavor. Vita-Mix is also the first to offer a durable new container of Eastman Tritan copolyester that’s chemical-resistant and BPA-free.
Dimensions: 20.25 x 8.8 x 9.0 inches (51.44 x 20.32 x 22.85 cm)
It’s all in the mix with the new TurboBlend Two Speed by Vita-Mix:
- 1 TurboBlend Two Speed machine,
- BPA-Free 64-oz. Eastman Tritan Copolyester Container complete with blade
assembly and lid tamper
- "TurboBlend Two Speed" Recipe Book.
- Newest technological advances
- Foremost brand in the category
- Best 5-year manufacturer’s warranty in the business
TurboBlend Two Speed makes it easy to eat healthy, whole foods! We all know that healthy, whole-food meals are the
way to go, but if food prep is tedious and time-consuming, it’s all too easy to stop for fast food or pop a frozen pizza in the microwave. The TurboBlend Two Speed will get you on the road to healthier eating—and keep you away from the drive-through window!
Eating better the Vita-Mix way does not mean complex formulas, chart or recipes. This wonderful time-saving and work-saving appliance makes it fast and easy to prepare meals filled with a variety of whole fruits and vegetables. And, because TurboBlend processing delivers fabulous flavor, you can easily eliminate the added sugar and sodium that are such a big part of processed foods.
A refreshing Citrus Carrot cocktail supplies 160% of youdaily value of Vitamin A.
A satisfying bowl of Broccoli Cheese Soup gives you 35% of your dailyvalue of Calcium, 30% of your Vitamin A, 100% of your Vitamin C.
A scrumptious Strawberry Yogurt Freeze packed with Vitamin C with only a fraction of a gram of fat.
Ordinary blenders may have a tough time with whole fruits and vegetables, but the TurboBlend Two Speed tackles whole foods like celery, pineapple, grapes and tomatoes quickly and easily. Everything is processed perfectly, every time—you’ll never taste or see the whole food fiber!Every delicious blend is bursting with fresh flavor and valuable nutrition you simply can’t get with any other kitchen appliance.
Vita-Mix Corporation is recognized worldwide as theleading authority in commercial and household blending equipment. As a TurboBlend owner, you’ll benefit from the ongoing research and development that has kept this company ahead of the curve since the first Vita-Mix blender was introduced in 1937 .
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the measurements of the machine?
Dimensions vary based on the blender model:
Unit dimensions for blenders that come with a 64 oz. container:
Height: 20.5 in / 52.07 cm
Width: 7.25 in /18.42 cm
Weight: 10 lbs. 9 oz. / 4.79 kg
Cord length: 6 ft / 1.83 m
Unit dimensions for blenders that come with a 48 oz. container:
Height: 17.4 in / 44.20 cm
Depth: 8.75 in / 22.23 cm
Width: 7.25 in /18.42 cm
Weight: 10 lbs. 9 oz. / 4.79 kg
Cord length: 6 ft / 1.83 m
Unit dimensions for a 32 oz. container:
Height: 9.8 in / 24.89 cm (or when sitting on a blender base 16.9 in / 42.93 cm)
Capacity: 32 oz./.9 L
What are the specifications of the motor?
The motor is an open frame brush universal with a 2 peak motor horsepower rating, 120 volts, 60 hz, 11.5 amps, 1380 watts.
What prevents the Vitamix machine from burning out like other "blenders"?
The Vitamix machine is built with a high efficiency radial cooling fan and has a built-in thermal protection system to prevent overload and burnout.
What is the blade tip speed?
The blade tip speed is 11mph to 240 m.p.h.
What is the variable speed control dial for?
The unique variable speed control dial enables the Vitamix to perform dozens of kitchen tasks without attachments. It chops, grinds, whips, blends, freezes, cooks, stirs, purees and so much more.
Vita-Mix Company History
In the early 1920s, the founder of Vitamix, W.G. Barnard was a self-taught salesman of "modern" home products. In 1937, he introduced an all-new product--the blender--to his line. This was the very first Vitamix machine.When television made its debut in 1949, his son Bill immediately recognized this new medium as the perfect way for W.G. ("Papa") to demonstrate the new and improved Vitamix machine to hundreds of homemakers at the same time. He booked a 30-minute time slot on WEWS-TV in Cleveland and created the first-ever direct response commercial. This commercial, which ran for several years in many markets, made the blender a household word. A copy of this early infomercial holds a special place in the Direct Marketing Association archives.With the introduction of the "Kitchen Center" in 1969, the Vitamix 3600, and later the Vitamix 4000, Vitamix truly revolutionized what could be done in a blender. The large motor and friction cooking capability enabled these machines to freeze and dispense solid ice cream, grind grain, cook soup and make a creamy, smooth juice from whole fruits and vegetables.
In the early 1980s, Grover Barnard took over as president and Vitamix expanded full sales and service to Canada; his younger brother John Barnard headed up the Engineering Department. Working together, they designed what became the first Vitamix commercial blender. Known today as the Mix’n Machine, Vitamix was asked to design this commercial machine because of their established reputation in durable, reliable household blending equipment. Encouraged by the success of their entry into the foodservice market, Vitamix went on to introduce the first high-performance, durable commercial blender, the 2-Speed Drink Machine, in 1992. This product was the result of rigorous life, endurance and performance-testing procedures, an area where Vitamix continues to invest considerable time and money.
The Drink Machine enjoyed early success with Chi-Chi's™ and other restaurant chains and solidified Vitamix Corporation's position as a key player in the foodservice industry. Further product development led to the introduction of the Timer Blender (1995) that put Vitamix in Starbucks™ coffee shops across the country and the Blending Station (1997) which became standard equipment for Baskin-Robbins™ nationwide. In 1998, the Vita-Prep™, was introduced to the Culinary Institute of America in New York and quickly became the tool of choice for gourmet chefs worldwide.
At the same time, the household machine was being improved and updated with a new, more efficient motor and a durable BPA-free container. In 2007, the new Vitamix 5200 was introduced. This is a machine that "Papa" Barnard could only have dreamed of, and everything "beyond a blender" that Bill Barnard wanted it to be. Because of the dedicated work of Grover and John Barnard, today's versatile Vitamix 5200 is capable of doing the work of 10 different kitchen appliances and over 50 different kitchen processes—without any attachments.
Most recently, in 2008, Vitamix Foodservice Division launched the Largest-capacity countertop blender ever built --the Vitamix XL. With 192 ounces of real blending capacity, the XL meets the large volume blending needs of restaurants, nursing homes and hotel catering operations.
Today, Vitamix has been in business nearly 90 years and continues to grow. Much has changed, but much has remained the same. New products are introduced nearly every year, but every Vitamix product, both commercial and household, is still built at the world headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. Vitamix is still family-owned and operated, and the company is still firmly focused on the importance of quality and customer service.