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Vitamix (5200 Vs. 7500) Series Blenders | Comparison & Differences

January 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Kitchen Appliances

Vitamix 7500 Blender

Vitamix
7500
Blender

Vitamix 5200 Blender

Vitamix
5200
Blender

Vitamix (5200 Vs. 7500) Blender Differences: Vitamix presents two powerful blenders; the traditional 5200 and 7500 models. Both blenders have the powerful motors, BPA free plastic containers, blending presets, and long 7 year warranties. A rotary dial on both blenders allows you to manually select up to 10 speeds for blending.

The main differences between the Vitamix 5200 and 7500 are: The main difference is that the 7500 model has a slightly stronger motor (2.2HP), has larger mixing blades (4-inch vs. 3-inch), and a lower profile blending jar. The 7500 has a pulse control, while the 5200 has a high speed toggle. The low profile means that the 7500 is 3-inches shorter, so it will fit under more countertop shelves. The 7500 comes with a recipe cookbook, the 5200 does not. The newer G-Series 7500 is designed to be quieter than the 5200 model. Cosmetically, both models come in black, red, and white. See the comparison chart below for key differences in features.


Vitamix 5200 Vs. the Vitamix 7500
* Home Series
* 4.5 Stars Rating
* 1380 watt 2.2 hp motor
* High Speed Toggle
* Tamper included
* – – –
* – – –
* 64 ounce container
* 3-inch blades
* Standard Profile
* 7 Year Warranty
* 10 speed dial
* 6 foot power cord
* 8.7″L x 7.2″W x 20.5″H

Vitamix 5200

* Home Series
* 4.5 Stars Rating
* 1380 watt 2.2 hp motor
* Pulse Feature
* Tamper included
* Cookbook included
* Quieter when blending
* 64 ounce container
* 4-inch blades
* Low Profile
* 7 Year Warranty
* 10 speed dial
* 6 foot power cord
* 9.4″L x 7.7″W x 17.5″H

Vitamix 7500

Vitamix 5200 Controls

The Vitamix 5200 has a 10 speed control dial

The Bottom Line: Both blenders have powerful motors, and are equally capable of blending smoothies to hot soup. The 7500 has the advantage of a slightly more powerful motor and larger blades, primarily due to the lower profile mixing jar. The new design of the7500 emits less noise and is quieter than the older 5300 model. The toggle on the 7500 gives you pulse control, while the 5200 uses the control for high speed. The lower profile will allow you to fit the blender under more cabinets that are over your countertop. With the 7500 you also get a recipe cookbook.

The 5200 blender has the advantage of being cheaper in price (by about $100 as of the writing of this article). You cannot go wrong with either model, as these are time tested models, both of which have excellent reviews. Vitamix is the top brand in high end blenders.


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