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Bianco di Puro Cube Plus Container

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  • For preparation quantities from 500 ml
  • Good for smoothies & nice cream
  • Made from 100% BPA free plastic

Bianco di Puro Cube Plus Container for Bianco di Puro Primo Plus

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Bianco di Puro Cube Plus Container

  • For preparation quantities from 500 ml
  • Good for smoothies & nice cream
  • Made from 100% BPA free plastic

incl. VAT, plus shipping costs
Shipping to DE from 49.- free of charge
in stock, immediately available
Estimated delivery tomorrow, on Friday, the 6/21/2024 in

What distinguishes the Bianco Cube container?

The design of the container is cubic, hence the container name Cube. The Cube (Plus) container comes as default container for the high-speed blenders: Primo, Primo Plus, Volto N and Patto Pro. The Cube (Plus) is included in the scope of delivery of these blenders.

NOTE: We only sell the latest model of this container, also called Cube + (or Cube Plus) by Bianco di Puro.

This model is a further development. The container now has six instead of seven blades which are longer and therefore have a larger radius. This makes the blending results of green smoothies and co. even finer.
As a further improvement, an easy-to-use lid lock has been installed so that the lid can no longer come loose during operation, even when filled to the maximum.
Beyond this, the container walls have been reinforced by 1mm, the containe now is even more stable.

Recommendation: The square container is cubically shaped, the large blade radius ensures a creamy fine consistency of the blended ingredients. If you are looking for a replacement container for your Bianco di Puro blender and only want to prepare creamy fine (green smoothies), we recommend the cheaper Bianco Square container.

Bianco di Puro Square+ Container
Bianco di Puro Square+ Container
149.00 €


Preparation possibilities

The focus is on blending smoothies of all kinds, especially green smoothies, but also fruit or vegetable smoothies. As a wet container, it can also blend vegan milk, soups, dips and sauces. Almond butter or nicecreams are not a problem either.

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Compatible blenders

older Bianco mixer models:

  • Bianco Puro
  • Bianco Puro 1
  • Bianco Puro 3
  • Bianco Puro 4

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Compatible accessories

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Technical specification

  • Material: 100 % BPA-free plastic
  • Volume of container: 1.5 liters
  • Blade type and material: 6 blades made of HCS steel (Japan)

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Scope of delivery

  • Bianco 1.5 liter container made of BPA-free plastic
  • Lid and measuring cup

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Questions & Answers about the Product

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can you make almond paste with the cube +?
Love greetings

Question submitted by Marie on August 23, 2022 at 13:26 o'clock

Hello Marie,
thank you for your message.
You can also prepare almond paste with the Cube Plus container.
Please note the preparation instructions for almond paste, which apply to all blenders and containers with which the preparation is basically possible (minimum preparation quantities, using the mandatory).
The Cube Plus container requires at least 650 ml in order to work effectively with the tamper during operation.
Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 23.08.2022 um 14:26 Uhr

i have a Bianco di Puro primo. The container is defective. I use the machine only for green smoothies, but not only salad leaves, but also harder plant parts, such as stems. Which container would be suitable, the Bianco Cube or the Bianco Square?
Love and have a great weekend.

Question submitted by Anett on July 16, 2022 at 09:33 o'clock

Hello Anett,
thank you for your message.
You can make green smoothies in both of the mention containers.
Both containers can process stems of wild herbs – wooden steams should not be processed.
The Square container will produce slightly smoother results than the Cube container (The Square is a special container for liquid preparations and grinding processes).
The Cube container can be used more widely, as it can also be used to prepare viscous foods such as ice cream or hummus.
Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 16.07.2022 um 11:33 Uhr

I have a Puro Originale, and I am looking for an additional container, which is a bit smaller. I need the blender mainly for raw vegan cooking, pestos and energy balls. Does the cube make sense?
Thanks for the answer!

Question submitted by Phil on September 21, 2020 at 13:54 o'clock

Hello Phil,

thank you very much for your message

The Cube container is not the right container for you in this case, as the minimum filling quantity for viscous ingredients such as pesto, hummus etc. is approx. 500-700 ml

The Uno container, is the right choice. Here you can also prepare smaller quantities and even detach the blade base from the container. This makes cleaning easier after you have processed viscous ingredients.

Follow the link to find out more about the Uno container:

Bianco di Puro Uno Container,

Best regards from Berlin!

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 21.09.2020 um 14:05 Uhr

Hello, can you also make crush ice with this container? Greetings

Question submitted by Mel on May 16, 2020 at 16:15 o'clock

Hello Mel,
thank you very much for your message.
You can also make crushed ice in the Cube container. The ice cubes to be crushed should not be larger than medium-sized strawberries.
Best regards,

Beanwortet am 16.05.2020 um 16:48 Uhr

Hello, which container is better for Energy Balls and for viscous doughs – Cube or the Flower?
Kind regards, Maria

Question submitted by Anita on May 3, 2020 at 22:29 o'clock

Hello Anita,

thank you very much for your question

The Bianco Flower grinding and stirring container is particularly suitable for the production of so-called "energy balls" based on dried fruits and nuts.

The Bianco Flower is not suitable for kneading dough (bread or yeast dough). This is because high-speed blenders are not designed for these tasks. It is better to do it yourself or use a food processor.

Best regards from Berlin,

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 06.02.2020 um 09:45 Uhr


I currently have a Bianco Forte, however it is having a hard time blending smoothie bowls (just frozen fruit into a cream). Now I'm thinking of buying a new container, would you recommend the Square or Cube container for what I'm trying to do?

Thank you very much.

Question submitted by Moritz K. on December 31, 2019 at 15:36 o'clock

Hello Moritz,

Thank you very much for your message.

The Square container is excellent for preparing liquid ingredients (such as soup and smoothies) or for grinding (cereals, nuts)
The Cube container is a reliable “all-rounder” and frozen fruit can be processed very well with it.

Best regards!

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 02.01.2020 um 11:58 Uhr


how do you clean this container?
I am a proud Primo owner. However, after 5 years, I can't get the blades clean any more.


Question submitted by sabine on December 30, 2019 at 19:27 o'clock

Hello Sabine,

thank you very much for your question.

In some cases, the acid build-up leads to brown stains on the blades. These stains can be removed with the help of a little pressure and ceramic hob cleaner.

Best regards,
Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 02.01.2020 um 14:39 Uhr

I recently bought the Bianco Volto N here, which this container is included with. I was wondering if it can also be used to grind flour. Unfortunately, I have not found any information about it. Do I need the Flower container?
Thanks in advance.

Question submitted by Katarina on September 8, 2019 at 18:54 o'clock

Hello Katharina,

thank you for your question.

Grinding flour is no problem at all for all other Bianco containers. Not even for yours. Put the grains in, turn up to maximum and watch. :-)

Kind regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 12.08.2019 um 12:00 Uhr

What can the Cube+ container do that the Square+ container can't do at all?

Question submitted by Uta on March 7, 2019 at 09:47 o'clock

Hello Uta,

thank you for the wonderful question!

Nicecreams are a good example. The Square has a really hard time with almost everything thick and viscous.
Liquid and dry preparations on the other side are much better in the Square.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 03.07.2019 um 12:52 Uhr

Hello I have a question: I have the Bianco Cube container reordered because my old Bianco di Puro has broken. However, the new container no longer has the same knife blades instead of 7 (as stated above) this has only 6. Have I ordered or received the wrong container or is the new model only with 6 blades and 7 blades are no longer orderable? Does the new format achieve the same results? Thank youfor brief explanation.

Question submitted by Liza on April 5, 2019 at 14:53 o'clock

Hello Liza,

Thank you very much for your inquiry.
Indeed, we exclusively sell the latest, improved version of the container. By reducing the number of blades, we were able to increase the diameter of the blades and thus the blade tip speed. Therefore, the blending result has become a bit finer.

Many greetings
Your team

Beanwortet am 20.05.2019 um 12:51 Uhr

my container has the second bearing damage in 6 years. I think it's time for a new one - I hope they have improved the bearing by now.
Here's my question: Which tank fits the Bianco Puro 1? I have found the Square. Does the Cube also fit?
Thanks a lot already!

Question submitted by Adrian on March 21, 2019 at 06:38 o'clock

Hi Adrian,

thank you very much for your question and the hint.

Yes, the Cube also fits on the Puro 1.

Alternatively, there also are:
Standard, Premium, Solito, Square and Uno.

If the Premium container with metal base is to be replaced with all its features, the "Standard" container is recommended. Although not quite as noble, but cheaper and the plastic foot also dampens the noise better.

The Cube cannot handle small quantities as well as the Premium or Standard container, but is otherwise just as versatile.

We would not recommend repurchasing the Solito, the "standard" container is much better.

Have fun blending!:-)
Best regards

Your Team

Beanwortet am 21.03.2019 um 16:14 Uhr

Hello, I am interested in the Bianco Primo, for which yes this container is suitable. There I came across numerous comments that the Uno container is better suited for smaller quantities.
What is the minimum filling quantity of this container?
What is the height of this container?
And which container is best to prepare ice cream – the Cube or in the Uno?
I came across this one while looking for a green smoothie maker, but am just excited about the other options the PRIMO offers, but confused by the different attachments.
Thank you so much for your support. Best regards, Astrid.

Addendum: I need a container in which I can make both larger quantities (my family) and smaller quantities (for myself alone), as my smoothies are too gross for them. :-D Which one would be better?

Question submitted by Astrid Simmen on December 3, 2019 at 14:46 o'clock

Hi Astrid,

thank you very much for your questions.

For smoothies and anything else "liquid", 400 ml would be minimum. For thick liquids, like hummus or nicecream, it would be more like 650 ml.
The cube is 25 cm high including the lid.

Ice cream can be prepared in both containers. However, the Uno has a smaller minimum quantity. (150 ml liquid / 250 ml thick viscous)

For smoothies, we would always prefer the Cube. The smoothies reach a creamy, almost fluffy consistency, due to the large container diameter and the longer blades.

Overall, it sounds like the Cube is perfectly adequate for your applications. If, contrary to expectations, smaller quantities are to be processed, you can always buy the Uno container.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 12.03.2019 um 15:25 Uhr

Is the square or cube better for raw food balls?

Question submitted by Anke on November 2, 2019 at 14:46 o'clock

Hello Anke,

Thanks for your question.

Thick liquids are better prepared in the Cube container!

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 11.02.2019 um 15:27 Uhr

Hi, is the Cube container suitable for making hot soups? Our standard container is broken, and I need a new one, we mainly make green smoothies, Nice Cream and sometimes soups….

Question submitted by Tanja on November 19, 2018 at 11:28 o'clock

Hi Tanja,

thank you for the question.

The product description probably was a bit misleading. The Cube+ container can withstand temperatures of up to 125 degrees, allowing it to process hot soups. You can pre-cook the soup on the stove and then blend it until creamy, or blend it directly in the container on maximum speed until the soup is hot (due to the frictional heat).

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 19.11.2018 um 11:33 Uhr

Hello, is there a specific difference between the Cube and the Square container?
The quality of green smoothies is important to me, especially with wild herbs, kale, celery, spinach or apples, pears, frozen blueberries, raspberries, etc.. I prefer a thick / creamy consistency. Thank you very much. Kind regards, Anita

Question submitted by Anita on September 11, 2018 at 21:05 o'clock

Hello Anita,

the Cube has a somewhat broader range of applications. You can also make nice creams/ice cream in it without any problems. This is hardly possible in the Square.

On the other hand, the Square has longer and fewer blades, which increases the blade tip speed.

You notice the difference, especially wild herbs/green cabbage and raspberry seeds: The Square reaches an even finer, creamier result than the Cube.

The Square container definitely is better suitable for your applications!

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 13.11.2018 um 10:17 Uhr

Is the lid one piece or does it have an additional cover?

Question submitted by Dimitrij on December 19, 2017 at 20:47 o'clock

Hi Dimitrij,

thank you very much for your question.

The lid has an insert (transparent part at the very top of the product picture).
This lid is there for pressure equalization, the lid insert lets air through, but at the same time protects against something splashing out the top.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 20.12.2017 um 09:25 Uhr

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