Bianco di Puro Piano

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Bianco di Puro Piano

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leider nicht mehr lieferbar - wir empfehlen den Wartmann Mixer

Why isn't this one more expensive, anyway?

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Looking for a powerful blender that's easy to use and lets you make all the popular blender preparations? Small or large quantities of green smoothies, ginger shots, almond milk or nicecream. And preferably at a low price?
Only one company can fulfill your wishes: Bianco di Puro. The Green Smoothie program convinces with a creamy green smoothie that simply impressed us. Honestly, we were wondering why this high-speed blender is not more expensive.

Highlights of the Bianco Piano

  • Powerful motor: max. 28,000 revolutions per minute or 1,250 watts provide impressive blending results.
  • Multifunctional 2.0 liter container: all blender preparations are possible, small as well as large quantities.
  • Easy to use: In addition to a time program for (green) smoothies, the Piano can be easily controlled via buttons.
  • Lightweight: Lightweight container (1 kg - made of BPA-free plastic Tritan). This may sound uninteresting at first, but it is especially beneficial when pouring smoothies from a full container.
  • Warranty: 2 years
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Overview

Preparation possibilities with the Bianco di Puro Piano

Prepare green smoothies or nicecream using the Bianco di Puro Piano

The Bianco di Puro Piano is an all-around device for any blender preparation. You can use it to make liquid preparations such as smoothies, almond milk or ginger shots from 250 ml to 2.0 liters. At the same time, however, the Bianco Pianco also succeeds in preparing smaller quantities of viscous consistencies, such as nicecream, pesto or hummus - from about 400 ml. This is a clear advantage, as these preparations do not have a long shelf life - in the case of Nicecream, they should even be served and consumed à la minute.

  • Creamy green smoothies
  • Delicious fruit and vegetable smoothies
  • Vegan plant and nut milks such as fresh almond milk
  • à la minute ice cream creations like fruit sorbets, frozen yogurt or healthy nicecream
  • Dips and sauces
  • Heavenly creamy hummus made from chickpeas or beans
  • Hot soups heated by friction heat, such as cream of tomato soup
  • Healthy and vital baby porridge
  • Homemade nut butter
  • Liquid dough preparations - e.g. for pancakes, muffins or crepes
  • Freshly ground coffee or freshly ground almond flour
  • Crushed ice

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Handling and operation of the Bianco di Puro Piano

Bianco di Puro Piano Handling and operation
Bianco di Puro Piano operation

Green smoothies program

Since smoothie preparation is one of the most important, the Bianco Piano has an extra time program for this. It is easy to start:

  1. Waking the blender from standby mode by pressing the "ON/OFF" button
  2. Press the "Green Smoothies" button
  3. Wait 1:26 min. or end the program by pressing the "ON/OFF" button

If you do not want to use the preset time program, you can alternatively set a manual timer:

Manual mode

  1. Wake up the blender from standby mode by pressing the "ON/OFF" button
  2. Setting the blending time in minutes with the left (+/-) button.
  3. Setting the speed with the right (+/-) button
  4. Starting by pressing the "RUN" button

The Green Smoothies program is perfect for most preparations, such as smoothies and shakes, as well as for cleaning, and conjures up creamy smoothies. The timer can be used for longer blending runs, such as hot soups.

Bianco di Puro Piano container and lid

The piano container also is extremely convenient to handle: the lid clicks into place noticeably and can be closed securely. The container feels good in the hand even when fully filled.

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How loud is the Bianco di Puro Piano?

With 84 dB (decibels) at maximum speed with 1.5 l of water, the Bianco di Puro Piano is very inconspicuously within the average of high-speed blenders in its performance class.

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Recommended accessories for the Bianco di Puro Piano

Our cleaning brush is recommended for cleaning the container:

Reinigungsbürste für Mixbehälter
Cleaning Brush for Containers, Juicers & Bottles
7.90 €

Unfortunately, the led lights of the piano, like all Bianco di Puro blenders, lights up in stand-by mode. We recommend an power saving plug, the initial cost will quickly pay for itself:

Stromspar-Adapter
Power Saver Plug
7.90 €

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Bianco di Puro Piano Technical specification

Bianco di Puro Piano cord wrap and green smoothie filled blender
  • Blade tip speed: 215 km/h (with 1.5 l of water)
  • Power: 220 - 240 Volt / 50 Hz - 60 Hz; 1250 Watt
  • Revolutions: 10000 rpm. (level 1) to 28000 rpm. (level 8)
  • Dimensions (width x height x depth): 22 x 48 x 22 cm
  • Weight: approx. 5,02 kg
  • Material: 100 % Tritan plastic (BPA-free); Suitable for temperatures up to 100°C
  • Controls: Display with 8 buttons
  • Container: Bianco di Puro 2.0 liter container incl. tamper TM
  • Volume of container: 2.0 liters
  • Blade type and material: 4 stainless steel blades; HCS (Japan)
  • Safety features: overheating and overload protection, container detection sensor
  • Certification / Standard: CE, EMC, CB, LVD, CCC, PAH

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Safety features of the Bianco di Puro Piano

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  • Overheat protection: if the motor is overloaded, which can happen with viscous blends, the motor automatically goes into cool down. Once the motor has cooled down, the Bianco di Puro Piano can be used again.
  • Container sensor: The Bianco di Puro Piano can only be started when a compatible container is firmly in place.

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Bianco di Puro Piano Scope of delivery:

  • Piano motor block
  • 2.0 liter container made of BPA-free plastic (Tritan)
  • Tamper TM
  • Lid incl. lid insert
  • Instruction manual in english incl. recipe ideas

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Bianco Piano warranty

  • Motor block: 2 years
  • Container: 2 years
  • Tamper: 2 years

Full warranty conditions »

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Bianco di Puro Piano alternatives

Bianco di Puro Piano vs. Bianco di Puro Primo Plus

Advantages of the Bianco di Puro Piano:

  1. Blending volume: the Piano can work with 250 ml to 2 liters. This means that both smaller quantities and larger quantities are possible.
  2. Heat generation: The Bianco di Puro Piano dose hardly generate any heat within the first 1.5 minutes. Ice cubes are therefore only necessary if you really like cold smoothies.
  3. Container weight The Piano container weighs about 1 kg, making it a lightweight among containers in this performance segment. It is 350 g lighter than the latest Bianco di Puro Primo container, which, however, only has a volume of 1.5 liters.
  4. Cable winder: The Bianco Piano has a cable winder so that only the length of cable needed to reach the socket comes out of the blender.
  5. Stable stand: Due to the rectangular footprint of the motor block, the blender stands bombproof on the countertop, while the Primo can sometimes rock slightly due to an imbalance.

Disadvantages of Bianco di Puro Piano:

  1. Height: The 2.0 liter capacity compared to the 1.5 liter capacity of the Primo makes the Bianco Piano 6 cm taller. For low kitchen cabinets, this can be crucial.
  2. Operation: The Primo Plus is more intuitive to use with its jog dial. However, the other buttons can be understood very quickly.

Hardly any difference between the two:

Blending result: The blending result is first-class in the price segment under 300 € with both (!) Blenders!

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Bianco di Puro Piano vs. Bianco di Puro Panda

Advantages of the Bianco di Puro Piano

  1. Price: The Piano is more attractively priced.
  2. Versatility: The small diameter of the piano's container allows the preparation of thick consistencies from as little as 400 ml.

Disadvantages of the Bianco di Puro Piano vs. the Bianco di Puro Panda

  1. Warranty: The Piano motor block only comes with a 2-year warranty instead of a 5-year warranty.

Bianco di Puro Piano vs. Bianco di Puro Diver Square

Advantages of the Bianco di Puro Piano

  1. Price: The Piano is cheaper.
  2. Versatility: The Piano can do more. Both - in terms of quantity and in terms of preparations. While the Diver Square is designed as a pure smoothie machine, you can also prepare nicecreams in the Piano.

Disadvantages of the Bianco di Puro Piano vs. the Bianco di Puro Diver Square

  1. Optics: The Bianco Diver Square control panel looks much tidier and of higher quality. In addition, it stays off until the ON/OFF button is pressed, despite the power being connected.
  2. Height: The Bianco Diver Square is significantly smaller at about 44 cm and fits under any wall cabinet.

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Conclusion

The Bianco di Puro Piano is a high-speed blender that conjures up a fine blending result that keeps up with, if not surpasses, the "big ones" from Bianco. The excellent blending result without any heating is especially positive. In addition, the Piano can prepare both smaller quantities (from 250 ml) and larger quantities (up to 2.0 liters). This makes it an absolute all-round device that is equally suitable for singles and large families. Considering the variety of uses and the blending result, we would have rather expected the Piano to be in the price range above €400.

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Questions & Answers about the Product

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Total 26 question(s)

Hello, I bought a Bianco Piano last year, I am very excited and use it a lot to make smoothies and spreads. However, I wonder why I cannot dry the container overhead. The reason given is so that water doesn't get into the motor block. But how can water run into the motor block if I drain the container upside down.
Hopefully, you guys can explain to me what this is all about!:-)
Thanks!

Question submitted by Juli on August 16, 2021 at 15:39 o'clock

Hello July,

Thank you very much for your question.

You may let the container dry upside down, but you should first rub all metal parts on the bottom of the container dry with a towel.
This will prolong the life of your blade base.

Water cannot actually run into the engine block.

Best regards,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 16.08.2021 um 16:23 Uhr

Hello!
When can I order the piano in black again?

Question submitted by Isabella on March 20, 2021 at 12:44 o'clock

Hello Isabella,
thank you very much for your question.
We will no longer be able to offer the Piano in the foreseeable future.
However, please take a look at the Wartmann blender. It is very similar to the Piano, but has an even more intuitive operation (rotary wheel) and three time programs.
Best regards,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2021 um 13:27 Uhr

Hello, I ordered the Piano today and already have a question: How do I prepare Nicecream (speed settings and blending time)?
The Piano is my first blender and I therefore have no experience in this regard…
Thank you!

Question submitted by Christina on February 23, 2021 at 17:36 o'clock

Hello Christina,

Thank you for your question.
It depends on what ingredients you want to use.
You will find the most important questions and answers on our Nicecream recipe page.

Best regards,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 23.02.2021 um 17:46 Uhr

Hello, is the blender also capable of dealing with kale? My last one, in fact, broke because of kale. The fibers held the blades and the motor kept spinning until something broke on the inside. Thanks!

Question submitted by Beatrice on December 24, 2020 at 00:11 o'clock

Hello Beatrice,

thank you very much for your message.

The Piano can process kale without any problems. We recommend cutting the kale beforehand so that the fibres do not wrap around the blade base.

Kind regards from Berlin,

Betsy from the GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 28.12.2020 um 11:20 Uhr

Hello!
Are the parts dishwasher safe?
Thank you very much?

Question submitted by Annelie on November 9, 2020 at 12:52 o'clock

Hello Annelie,
thank you very much for your question.

Bianco advises cleaning the container, lid and tamper manually. Simply pour warm water into the container and blend. After using greasy ingredients, you can add a few drops of dishwashing liquid to the water.

The bottom of the container, that connects to the engine, should always be kept dry.

Have fun blending,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 11.09.2020 um 14:31 Uhr

Hello, thank you for the very informative website!
Is it possible to make flax seed meals with the Bianco Piano?
The info would very helpful for us.
Best regards! Susanne

Question submitted by Susanne on July 25, 2020 at 11:00 o'clock

Hello Susanne,

thank you very much for your message.

You can also use the piano to make flaxseed meals, simply put the required amount in the blender and then grind to the desired fineness.

Nevertheless, the more often hard ingredients are processed in the container, the faster the plastic can become cloudy / blind.

Best regards from Berlin,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com

Beanwortet am 27.07.2020 um 10:06 Uhr

Hello,
is it possible to put a glass container on the Bianco Piano instead of the plastic one?

Thanks a lot

Question submitted by Sébastien on April 21, 2020 at 11:32 o'clock

Hello Sébastien,

thank you very much for your question.

Unfortunately, there currently still are no glass containers for high-speed blenders.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 21.04.2020 um 12:34 Uhr

Hello,
thank you very much for the helpful description. I have one question, since I could not find anything on the subject of flour except that you can also make almond flour with it, can you also grind normal flour with it?
Thank you for the answer and best regards

Question submitted by Raffaela on April 4, 2020 at 18:26 o'clock

Dear Raffaela,
Thank you for your feedback :)

You can also grind flour without any problems. However, you must know that the container then becomes “blind”, this means that the container no longer is transparent.
But that does not influence the function.

Best regards,
Your team from gruenesmoothies.com

Beanwortet am 06.04.2020 um 12:06 Uhr

Hello everyone,
what is the difference between the Bianco di Puro Piano and the Bianco di Puro forte 2.0 that is available on the Bianco homepage?
Best thanks and greetings,
Pascal

Question submitted by Pascal S on March 27, 2020 at 17:10 o'clock

Hello Pascal,

thank you very much for your question.

In principle, both models mentioned differ only in the motor block with its special controls. The Forte 2.0 has more time programs and buttons. The Piano has a much simpler design and also is smaller. In terms of performance, container features and preparation options, both are identical. The warranty period also is the same.
The Forte 2.0 offers more options in operation and is thus is slightly superior. However, it probably did not appeal to most of our customers visually, which is why we had stopped selling the Forte 2.0.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 27.03.2020 um 17:18 Uhr

Hello,

Are the blades available as a spare part? I have not been able to find anything information on this.

Bianco di puro - Primo

Question submitted by Sebi on March 22, 2020 at 09:13 o'clock

Hello Sebastian,

thank you very much for your message

The blades cannot be replaced or repaired by the customer.
If you need to change the blades, please contact the Bianco customer service – the colleagues are very helpful and will clarify the further procedure:

Phone: 0221 50 8080 20
E-mail: kundenservice@biancodipuro.com

Best regards from Berlin!

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 23.03.2020 um 12:25 Uhr

Hello, my wife and I are smoothie beginners. We recently treated ourselves to a Bianco Piano. However, we have one problem: how do you get thick preparations (almond paste, for example) out of the elongated container? We haven't found a convincing method yet. What tips do you have for this?

Question submitted by Rüdiger Kramer on March 21, 2020 at 13:44 o'clock

Hello Rüdiger,

Thank you very much for your message, we are happy to heard that you are satisfied with your piano :-)

In this case, we recommend our spatula, which we offer in the webshop. The spatula helps to empty the container without scratching it. The spatula can reach the bottom of the container easily due to it compact size. Follow the link to find out more about the product:

Spatula

Best regards!

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 23.03.2020 um 10:48 Uhr

Hello,
the container of my Bianco Piano broke. Which container is compatible for my blender?
Thank you for your answer.

Question submitted by Daniela on June 2, 2020 at 13:08 o'clock

Hello Daniela,

thank you for your message but too bad that the container is defective

Please follow the following link to find the right container: Bianco 2 liter container.

Kind regards,

Betsy from the GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 07.02.2020 um 09:30 Uhr

Is it necessary to keep the blender plugged in?
Can't I just unplug the cord when I'm done and plug it back in when I want to prepare something?

Question submitted by Christine on February 2, 2020 at 15:23 o'clock

Dear Christine,
Thank you for your request.

Of course, the blender does not need to be plugged in when not in use.
Therefore, you can pull the plug or use our power-saving plug, which sits between the socket and the blender plug and interrupts the flow of electricity by turning it.

Kind regards from Berlin from your team of gruenesmoothies.com :)

Beanwortet am 03.02.2020 um 13:18 Uhr

Hello GrueneSmoothies Team,

Can this high-speed blender grind avocado pits?
I would like to dry and grind the seeds to be able to use the powder afterwards.
Alternatively, I can imagine processing the fresh core in a smoothie, although I don't know how bitter this will turn out.
Have you had any experience with this?

Many greetings

Sabrina

Question submitted by Sabrina on December 16, 2019 at 13:28 o'clock

Dear Sabrina,

I would recommend the following procedure: Chop the avocado pit into quarters or eighths with a sharp knife. This is much easier than you might think. This way the pieces dry much faster, and also they can be ground better.
The same goes for a fresh core in a smoothie. If it is very small, you can add it completely. If it is larger, cut it at least once.
Using 1 small seed to about 1 liter of smoothie, I could hardly notice any difference in taste. However, my smoothies with citrus seeds and peels are always a bit more bitter anyway ;)

Best regards from Berlin
Susanne

Beanwortet am 16.12.2019 um 17:14 Uhr

Hello Green Smoothies team,

after my blender and mini food processor broke within a few days apart from each other, I am now looking for a good all-rounder blender.

The Bianco Piano can handle smoothies, ice cream and almond paste, as I learned. But I would also like to grind horse chestnuts to make detergent and almond / oat milk itself. However, I haven't found anything about these preparations yet. Can you provide some information on these preparations?

Question submitted by Verena on October 14, 2019 at 21:55 o'clock

Hello Verena,

thank you very much for your question.

You can process chestnuts into flour in the Bianco Piano without any problems. However, if you regularly grind harder foods in the container, this can lead to premature signs of wear (plastic becomes cloudy).

Best regards,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 15.10.2019 um 11:22 Uhr

Hello!
First of all: compliment to your amazing website – very helpful and informative!
Now I have this question: is the Piano a good all-rounder? I just started to be vegan and have the following requirements: daily green smoothie, hummus, cashew cheese and almond butter. Is this blender suitable for these preparations? Thanks a lot!

Question submitted by Ilka on September 25, 2019 at 14:21 o'clock

Hello Ilka,

thank you very much for your message and the nice feedback :- )

The Bianco Piano is very versatile and therefore suitable for the dishes you mentioned.
It will support you in your dietary change and furthermore help you experience around with new preparations.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 26.09.2019 um 09:59 Uhr

Hello, is it possible to operate the blender without preset timer or programm?

Question submitted by Alexander Fridman on September 9, 2019 at 09:13 o'clock

Hello Alexander Fridmann.

You can only operate the piano indirectly for manual applications without a time preset. To do this, press the minus button on the timer button once (i.e. after switching on the device) – the time setting is set to 10 min. – which should be significantly longer than any application ;)

I hope this answer was helpful!:-)

Best regards,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 11.09.2019 um 18:56 Uhr

Hello GrueneSmoothies.com Team,
I am looking for a blender that can reliably prepare nut butter. I read that nut butter is one of the dishes that the Bianco Piano can handle. However, I read in the Q&A about the product that the blender is not so suitable for that. So my question would be, which blender is best to prepare nut butter?

Question submitted by camilla on August 18, 2019 at 09:20 o'clock

Hello Camilla,

thank you very much for your question.

You can also use the Piano to make almond paste - due to its narrowly tapered container, you can make smaller quantities and also have good access to the ingredients. This is crucial when preparing almond/nut butter!

The preparation of almond butter – regardless which blender it is – is a requirement a device must meet to be listed in our product range. Success not only depends on experience, but also on the quality of the almonds/nuts and the roasting time.

You can find our instructions for almond or nut butter here.
You will also find an interesting user comment from Astrid from 3.3.2019 on here experience with almond paste.


Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 19.08.2019 um 15:41 Uhr

Hello GreenSmoothies.com team,

is this blender suitable for the preparation of a burger dough such as described here World's Best Black Bean Burger?

Many greetings,
Theo

Question submitted by Theo on July 22, 2019 at 10:17 o'clock

Hello Theo,

thanks for your question.

If you are talking about the vegan patty dough, we can only suggest being careful here. Without having tried this recipe ourselves, we can at least say that step 2 of the recipe is not one of the supreme disciplines of a high-speed blender, as the water content of the mass seems very low. Probably for this reason, the editors of "Eat this" deliberately distinguish between “food processor” and “high-speed blender”.

Nevertheless, we are happy to be convinced of the opposite!:-)
We would also be interested in feedback on how it worked out.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 22.07.2019 um 11:35 Uhr

Dear Green Smoothie Team,
thank you for the detailed answer to my question about the consistency of the fruit juices! There is one more quick question: How easy is it to clean the device? Is the Bianco Piano also as easy to clean as the Bianco puro?
Best regards!
Lisa

Question submitted by Lisa Schmid on July 21, 2019 at 15:19 o'clock

Hi Lisa,

thanks for the question!

In terms of cleaning, there is no difference between the two devices.

It is enough to rinse the container with water after using the blender for smoothie preparations.

If greasy ingredients were used, add a drop of dishwashing liquid and use our optional cleaning brush.

That's it.

Kind regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 22.07.2019 um 10:48 Uhr

Hello,
I am looking for a high-speed blender, which is good for green smoothies, fruit ice cream and tough masses such as date preparations. So far, the Bianco Piano and the Bianco Panda have caught my eyes. I'm uncertain whether the Piano is well suited for this, especially because of my date-nut creations. Which blender would you recommend?
It should also have a good price performance ratio.
With kind regards
Nadine

Question submitted by Nadine on July 21, 2019 at 13:46 o'clock

Hello Nadine,

thank you for the question.

The container shape is usually more important than the minimum speed. The smaller base of the Piano's container allow the tamper to easily reach the corners and the edges of the container. The Panda's container, on the other hand, makes it difficult for the tamper to reach the corners, leaving the viscous products to be handled without a tamper – impossible.

It is also important to soak the dates and nuts the night before. This increases the chances of success significantly!

In general, you can say that high-speed blenders are not really made for date preparations. It's too sticky/tough and the motors are designed for high speeds and less torque....

As for high-speed blenders with a good price / performance ratio, we can currently recommend the Vitamix Pro 500 in addition to the Piano.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 22.07.2019 um 12:03 Uhr

Sounds interesting this Bianco Piano!
Can you also make really fine fruit juices that are not so thick?

Question submitted by Lisa Schmid on July 17, 2019 at 00:19 o'clock

Hello Lisa,

thank you very much for your question. The Piano is definitely one of the most interesting blenders on the market, especially in the price segment under 300 EUR!

You can easily blend fruits in the Piano to a homogeneous (!) drink, whereby you can control the consistency as you wish by adding water. Blend on high for 45 seconds or simply activate the green smoothie program, and you'll get an extremely finely puréed smoothie with nothing left to chew.

Best wishes and have fun with the Piano!

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 17.07.2019 um 09:13 Uhr

Hello,
I can't find the Bianco di Puro Piano on the manufacturer's website?
Which container is included in the standard scope of delivery – is it the Premium?

Thank you!

Question submitted by Uta on March 7, 2019 at 13:09 o'clock

Hello Uta,

thank you for your question.

The manufacturer has taken the piano off the site, as we are allowed to offer it exclusively. The container is still available on the manufacturer's site.

The Premium container does not come with the Bianco Piano, but this Bianco 2 liter container.

From our point of view, an extremely attractive container, if not the best from Bianco di Puro.
Compared to the Premium container, it makes creamier smoothies, is lighter, and has similar features when it comes to preparation possibilities.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 03.07.2019 um 13:23 Uhr

Thank you for your very user-friendly descriptions.
Does the Bianco Piano also manage to make flour from tiger nuts?

Thanks+greetings Grit

Question submitted by Grit on April 18, 2019 at 13:38 o'clock

Hello Grit,

Thank you very much for your question.

We ground coffee and almonds in our piano tests – which works great; we haven't tried tiger nuts yet. But that shouldn't really be a problem for the piano.

Many greetings
Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 23.04.2019 um 10:42 Uhr

Hello,
i've been using the Piano for a few weeks now and am very excited about the blending results! The smoothies have a great consistency.
Now I wonder if it also creates almond butter. Honestly, I haven't had the heart to test it yet. Can you tell me if it works or what I should look out for?

Thank you in advance and best regards,
Jasmin

Question submitted by Jasmin on March 14, 2019 at 12:43 o'clock

Hi Jasmin,

Thank you for the question.

In terms of performance, almond past is not a problem for the Piano, but it requires some practice.

Whether it succeeds depends, among other things, on which type of almonds you use, the quality of the almonds, how long the almonds are roasted and the blade-tip-speed.

Here is our recipe: Make almond paste yourself

Good luck with trying it out!

Best regards,
Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:17 Uhr

Hello, I am looking for a good all-round blender that fits in a small kitchen and preferably gets by with one container. Is there a reason why I should choose the Vitamix TNC 5200 instead of the Bianco Piano? There is a €200 price difference – what justifies this price difference? Are both about the same noise?
I would select the 1.4 lliter container for both blenders.
Thanks for your assistance!

Question submitted by Susann Kneesch on January 15, 2019 at 21:33 o'clock

Hello Susann Kneesch,

Thank you for your question.

The main difference between Bianco and Vitamix is the load capacity. Vitamix blenders are manufactured in "gastro quality" and made for multiple daily use over years/decades. This is also reflected in the warranty period, which also includes wear parts such as containers. Therefore, we would not be surprised if a Vitamix is in use twice as long as a Bianco mixer.

However, in terms of blade speed performance, the Piano is almost on par with the TNC 5200. The green smoothie from the Piano impresses. We have never seen such a result from a Bianco before, and this is the most cost-effective model! Absolutely paradox!

As far as volume levels are concerned, the TNC 5200 is a bit louder at maximum speed, but that's not surprising because it also rotates faster. Comparing both devices at the same speed, it should even be quieter, but in practice, the maximum is more interesting. ;-)

Both blenders offer first-class blending results.
Therefore, I'm pretty confident that you will enjoy blending with either device!

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 01.04.2019 um 22:08 Uhr

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Reviews

[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 3/20/2020 by Bettina
The investment has paid off
After my old blender has broken, I have informed myself intensively. Above all, it was important to me that it also creates nice cream and almond paste in addition to green smoothies. The Piano manages these tasks without any problems. The smoothies are also much finer - really smooth, so to speak ;)
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 1/9/2020 by Petra Grote
I can only recommend the Bianco di Puro Piano
I hesitated for a long time to buy the blender, because until then I was satisfied with my small blender. Due to a change of diet, this was then too small. Since I now have the Bianco di Puro Piano I am happy and love my green smoothies. It is in use every day, makes everything perfectly creamy and is easy to clean. Even our cat has gotten used to the noise
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 7/15/2019 by Daniela
I can only recommend
The Piano is really a great blender. After my previous blender broke down, I researched for a long time before deciding on a new one and decided on the Piano because of the good reviews and because of the 45-day guarantee. Am absolutely happy with the decision - the smoothie results are much more finer than with my old one.
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 7/1/2019 by Sigrid
Perfect for detox cleanse
Yesterday I got my Piano and what can I say. I am thrilled.
I had now borrowed a week at a friend's Vitamix Pro 500 and knew immediately, I love green smoothie. Now I had to get my own high-speed blender and, after extensive day and night research, I decided on the Piano.
I am totally happy that I came across your site. The Detox cleanse I do since 2 days and am madly enthusiastic about the recipe on day 2. That fennel can taste so- crazy.
Thank you for the nice email exchange and your goodwill regarding my order.
I look forward to the next days.
Very dear greetings
Sigrid
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 5/15/2019 by Richard
My new ice cream maker
In constant use for three months. Super ingenious is the preparation of ice cream and sorbets. Would not have thought that the creates so well - am super happy ;)
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 3/18/2019 by Jenny Simerick
Glass container
Hello, I wonder if there is also a glass container for the Bianco di Puro? And thank you for this wonderfully useful site! Many greetings, Jenny

Editor's comment:

Hi Jenny,

unfortunately, there is no glass container available from Vitamix, nor from Bianco di Puro....

Best regards

Your GrueneSmoothies.com team
[4 of 5 Stars]
added: 2/24/2019 by Sabine
Very good with deductions...
The Bianco di Puro is great for smoothies! It also mixes soups really creamy.
Small liquid quantities are also processed well. However, small amounts of nut butter (300ml) do not work well. The tamper can no longer do anything and the blades do not catch the ingredients.
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 8/7/2018 by Meli
Super happy
The Piano came as a Christmas gift in black piano lacquer. I did not know the brand "bianco di puro" at all and I am honestly very impressed. It absolutely puts our old Phililps blender in the shade. Apple seeds disappear completely. From avocado seeds, also nothing remains. The blender is a bit louder, but it does not get hot. And the processing is top. Can only recommend!
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 4/25/2018 by Holger
Recommended
Great smoothie maker. I am seriously impressed. For the price absolutely recommended!!!

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