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Powerful 1500W Motor, Commercial-grade 2 HP motor,30,000 RPM. High Performace blender for making smoothies and milkshakes, also for ice cream, whole juice, frozen ingredients, grind nuts, spices, coffee, mix batters & dough, silky smooth purÃ©es and more
Stainless steel 6 premium razor-sharp blade assembly thoroughly breaks down ingredients, fruits, vegetables & seeds for nutrient & vitamin extraction
70oz family-size BPA-Free container with an extra 27oz personal Travel Bottle(with To-Go Lids). Not only perfect for a family as you can make enough smoothies for multiple people. but also it allows you to take nutrient-rich super juices on the go
Easy to use variable speed control, pulse feature & soup function; Tamper included for easily moving difficult-to-process ingredients down into the blade
Pitcher, lid, travel bottle are dishwasher safe and an extra cleaning brush included enables you to clean the blender in 30-60 seconds
Backed by a 1-year full warranty and 30-day guarantee
More Than a Blender No culinary task is too small or too large for the Cosori Pro-Class Blender. Its powerful 1500W motor chops, dices, and purees different types of food to your desired consistency while extracting all of the nutrition to keep you healthy. The blender can heat up your food by revving up to a speed of 30,000 RPM, delivering warm soups within minutes for the family to enjoy. You will discover that this blender will serve multiple functions in the kitchen and prove itself to be more than just a blender; use it as a food processor, ice crusher, coffee grinder, whole food juicer, and more! Safety, Warranty, and Support The UL-certified motor base comes with a wide array of safety features to ensure hazard-free operation including automatic overload protection, overheat protection, and a pitcher sensor that prevents the motor from running if the pitcher is not properly on the base. Both the 64-ounce pitcher and 27-ounce container are crafted from BPA-free materials and are dishwasher safe for easy clean-up. The best part? All parts of the blender come with a one-year warranty and lifetime product support from Cosori. Try This…and That! Our included recipe book is sure to give you that creative spark when using your new blender. From frozen margaritas on warm summer days, to savory chimichurri paste for your steak, and even hot soups for the colder months, you will find that this blender can help you do it all.
|Product Dimensions||14 x 12 x 18 inches|
|Item Weight||14.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||14.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Item model number||C700-PRO|
88 customer reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#2,748 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
|Date first available at Amazon.com||July 10, 2017|
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I like it more than my Vitamx because it’s quieter, has more features, blends more thoroughly, and is much less expensive. I’m really impressed with this blender.
It’s true that Corosi has pretty much copied a lot of design features from the Vitamx. But I like that about a free marketplace: if these guys can produce a better product, I’m all for it.
This is a powerful blender that’s very versatile.
NOTE that if you’re into making puddings and frostings, this blender is a bit harder to thoroughly empty of frosting and pudding. I say this in comparison to a blender with an easily removable bottom. Taking that bottom off allows you to get the pudding or frosting out easily with a rubber spatula, and you’ll have a harder time with this sealed blender.
Cleaning is great and easy, though: just blend some soapy warm water.
It’s a seriously nice machine.
The next thing I tried was a spread where the major ingredients are pumpkin seeds and curry paste. That didn’t turn out so well. I noticed that the mixture in the top half of the pitcher wasn’t moving, and shortly thereafter it shut off with a puff of smoke. I transferred the half-mixed spread to the Ninja to finish the job, and the Ninja had no trouble with it – it was thinner than the last batch I made.
I did check the bottom of the base and found and pressed the reset button. I wasn’t expecting much after the puff of smoke, but when I stuck the pitcher of water on it for cleaning, it roared back to life.
I decided to keep it, since it does well with smoothies, and I might be able to use it on a small batch of pumpkin seeds. However, it can’t make thick spreads on its own. If I hadn’t gotten it on sale, I’d probably return it.
Update: It seemed fine while cleaning itself, but can’t do smoothies with ice any more without popping its breaker. It may have been defective; I’m going to exchange it and see…
Update: I received the replacement today. It managed a half-pitcher of thick spread with a lot of coaxing from the stirring stick. I don’t know if trying more than that would burn out the motor again, but it clearly can’t handle mixing too much. Since I’m less concerned about my spreads being perfectly smooth, the Ninja is keeping that job. (I suspect the issue is with the blades – the Ninja has tiered blades that can mix a full pitcher of just about anything, while the Cosori just has the one set at the bottom. I suspect that if the Cosori had a tiered blade in addition to the set at the bottom, it would be able to liquefy just about anything. I don’t know if there may be patents, etc. preventing that, though.) The Cosori does do a good job of pulverizing the pumpkin seeds in my smoothies, and I think it was worth the $99.99 sale price for that. I wouldn’t pay full price for it, though.
Final Update: On the advice of a friend, I tried a 600W NutriBullet. I’m returning the Cosori.
1. It works. Plain and simple. Everything I have blended has worked. All my old blenders either did not blend my ingredients or eventually overheated. Also most blenders have 4 blades, this one has 6.
2. I prefer a glass pitcher but the BPA-free plastic is not bad.
3. There is a cleaning setting on this blender. It works. It’s one of these functions that you did not realize you needed until you have it. Genius!
4. I made salsa (tomatoes, cilantro, onions, lime juice, jalapeno). All the ingredients bleed well, including the cilantro. I hate when the cilantro leaves get trapped under the blades or become bruised instead of chopped. This blender preformed to expectations.
5. I made a tomato basil soup. The blender pureed beautifully and the warm-hot soup did well in the blender.
6. I made a smoothie. The blender processed my protein powder, water, ice, kale, banana with ease. It even mixed up the protein powder seamlessly.
This blender makes for a great wedding or shower gift.
January 30, 2018
This blender was a bit more expensive than the Oster blenders I considered, and worth every single penny. The base is very heavy and solid. The motor (at least so far) is also pretty powerful–it went through large frozen strawberries (on the pulse setting) with just a few pulses. It completely crushed and mixed my frozen strawberry/blueberry/silken tofu/orange juice/yogurt smoothie in less than 30 seconds.
The pitcher is plastic, but not brittle or flimsy–I was skeptical of plastic pitchers at first, but I am very happy with this one.
The blade assembly is incorporated into the pitcher, which actually makes cleaning it super easy–fill the pitcher about 2/3 with warm water, a couple of drops of dish soap, and blend it!
The lid on the pitcher fits quite tightly, which is a good thing in my mind.
The only downside (someone else mentioned this) is that, with the pitcher placed on top of the motor, it’s a tad too tall to fit under the cabinet. I couldn’t care less. It stays on my counter with the pitcher next to it.
LOVE THIS BLENDER.