Vitamix Professional Series 300
Vitamix Professional Series 300 Ruby
Vvitamix Pro Series 300 Interface
Vitamix Pro Series 300 Power
Vitamix Low Profile Blades
Vitamix Low Profile Container
Vitamix Professional Series 300
Vitamix Professional Series 300 Ruby
Vvitamix Pro Series 300 Interface
Vitamix Pro Series 300 Power
Vitamix Low Profile Blades
Vitamix Low Profile Container

Vitamix Professional Series 300 Review

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Blend Guide Quick Review

This is a partial review, Blend Guide is working on a full review. If you own this blender, or have any questions/comments- leave them below!

Examples of what this Vitamix can make:

Smoothies

smoothies

Soups

potato-soup

Pizza Dough

pizza-dough

Hummus

hummus

Salsa

salsa

Flour

flour

Margaritas

margaritas

Guacamole

guacamole 1

Almond Milk

almond-milk

Introduction

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Container

Vitamix Low-Profile Lid

Lid

Quick and easy sealing that also lets you add ingredients or use a tamper while you blend.

The lid on the 64oz container features rubber seals that grip to the jar. In the center there is a molded piece of clear plastic that lets you add ingredients while the machine is running. This is also where the tamper is inserted to free thick/frozen ingredients without needing to to stop the blender, remove the container from the base and push them around with a spatula.

Vitamix Low Profile Container

Jar

Low-Profile jar can handle large quantities of ingredients and moves the mixture consistently to provide an even blend that fits under most cabinets.

This low-profile 64oz jar is designed to breakdown large ingredients quickly while having the versatility to also push the contents back towards the blades in 4 different areas for a consistent blend. Pushing the contents towards the blades ensures that there will be no chunks of food stuck to the sides of the container. The jar is BPA-free copolyester that can fit on any G-Series machine, as well as the Vitamix 5300.

Vitamix Low Profile Blades

Blades

The Blades are soft to the touch. They never wearing down and offer consistent blends for years.

The hardened stainless steel blades aren’t razor-sharp to the touch- but they’re designed to squeeze maximum efficiency out of every turn. Each of the four blades are engineered to provide the perfect blend and compliment the containers design to keep your ingredients moving around properly within the container. Since the blades don’t revolve around sharpness, they’re not only simple to clean, but provide consistent blends for years.

Motor Base

Vitamix Pro Series 300 Power

Power

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Vvitamix Pro Series 300 Interface

Interface

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Additional Notes

Noise Level

40% quieter than C-Series, but still loud overall.

The noise level of the G-Series blenders has gone down from the C-Series quite a bit. Vitamin claims noise was reduced by 40% under it’s heaviest operation. But it’s still a little loud. But with the capabilities of these machines, it doesn’t surprise me that the noise level is as loud as it is. They measure power in horsepower, a unit of measurement that comes to mind when thinking cars and trucks- not an appliance sitting on my counter!

Clean Up

Manually cleaning your Vitamix is the safest bet to extend your containers life.

Clean up on these machines are pretty cool. After you’re done preparing your recipe of choice, you can rinse out the container and put in a small amount of soap and water into the container. Place the lid on the container and let the vitamix run for a 30-60 seconds on the high setting. After that turn off the machine and let it sit for an additional minute. Dump out the liquid from the container and let dry. It’s that simple.

Storage

Low Profile containers offer more clearance with kitchen cabinets.

Storing the Professional Series 300, as well as any other Low-Profile container blenders, is a huge win over the previous versions of Vitamix blenders. Older machines are notoriously tall and difficult to fit under cabinets. Most people use their Vitamix multiple times a week to daily, so the machine usually lives out on a counter it’s entire life. The low-profile container lets this machine find a home much easier than ever before.

Specs

New MSPR Price

$559.00

Blender Series

G-Series

Warranty

7-Year Full Warranty

Power

2.2 Horsepower

Voltage

120

Watts

1380 Watts

Cooling Feature

Radial Cooling and Thermal Protection System

Controls

Conclusion

In Progress

This is a partial review, Blend Guide is working on a full review. If you own this blender, or have any questions/comments- leave them below!

Shopping Options

Vitamix Direct

Amazon