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Bianco di Puro Square+ Container

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Bianco di Puro Square+ Container
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Bianco di Puro Square+ Container

  • Very good Bianco container for smoothies
  • For preparation quantities from 500 ml
  • Made from 100% BPA free plastic


Regular Price: 149.00

Special Price 139.00 

incl. VAT plus shipping costs.
Shipping to DE from 49.- free of charge.
in stock, immediately available
Due to Black Friday, there are currently delivery delays from DHL that we unfortunately have no control over. We ask for your understanding.

What distinguishes the Bianco di Puro Square+ Container?

The Square+ is a special container. The wing blades make the square+ container particularly useful for two applications: mixing liquids and grinding dry materials. With the launch of the Square+ container (previously Square, now Square+), Bianco di Puro has once again improved its product

The design of the container is cubic - compared to the standard containers that come with the Bianco Panda, Bianco Forte, Bianco Puro Originale and Bianco Diver - green smoothies (with wild herbs) have a much creamier consistency.


Preparation options

Blending smoothies of all kinds, especially green smoothies with fibrous leafy greens (e. G. kale, nettle, etc.), fruit or vegetable smoothies are not a problem either. Vegan milk, hot and cold soups (raw food preparation), dips and sauces can be prepared in no time. Due to the longer blades, blenders achieve a higher blade tip speed with the Square container than with any other Bianco container. Among other things, this results in even creamier green smoothies.

For liquid preparation quantities, the use is only possible between 0.4l and 1.5l. For preparations of foods such as pestos, dips, and sauces, at least 0.6 liters are necessary, the knife otherwise rotates without resistance.

Grinding dry goods and flours of all kinds are produced with excellent consistency: Nut and grain flours, but also coffee and cocoa beans can be ground very well with the Square+ container.

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Compatible Bianco di Puro blenders

Older Bianco di Puro mixer models:

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

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Compatible accessories

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Which tamper do I need for the Bianco Square?

Good news: none at all. This is because the container has vertical edges. The food being blended automatically falls to the bottom of the container and cannot clog the container, as it would be the case with a typical funnel-like containers. A tamper is usually needed for nut mushes and ice creams, i. e., thick consistencies. Preparations of this kinde are difficult to impossible in this container anyway, a tamper would be no help either. The practical benefit of a tamper is negligible for this container.

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Technical specification

  • Material: BPA-free plastic; Suitable for temperatures up to 100°C
  • Working capacity of the container: 1.5 liters (measuring marks up to 1.0 liters)
  • Maximum capacity of the container: 2.0 liters
  • Blade type and material: high-speed stainless steel blade; HCS (Japan) with a diameter of 8.8 cm

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Scope of delivery

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

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Questions & Answers about the Product

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Total 25 question(s)

Does the square container have a spout?

Question submitted by Margit Rother on September 19, 2022 at 17:09 o'clock

Hello Margit,

thank you for your message.
Yes, the Square container has a small pouring spout.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 19.09.2022 um 17:20 Uhr

Hello, we like to make something more solid preparations such as energy balls from dates and nuts or Burgerpattys. Is this container suitable for this or is there another container for this? Most recipes use a food processor (large round containers with large knives)

Question submitted by Erik on September 28, 2021 at 10:33 o'clock

Hello Eric,
thank you for your request.
The Square Plus container is not suitable for your purposes, it is very good for blending liquids and grinding.
Energy Balls and other viscous foods are much better made with the Bianco di Puro Flower container.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 28.09.2021 um 10:42 Uhr

Hello, I can use the Square with the piano? Thank you in advance:)

Question submitted by Nachtigall on April 23, 2021 at 13:19 o'clock

Hello Nachtigall :-),

Unfortunately, the Square container is incompatible with the Bianco Piano.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 24.04.2021 um 15:37 Uhr

Hello! I still have an older Bianco Primo (so no Primo+) - does this container also fit the older model? Thank you!

Question submitted by Verena on April 1, 2021 at 11:14 o'clock

Hello Verena,
thank you very much for your message.
The Square Plus container also fits on the old Primo.
Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 04.01.2021 um 11:21 Uhr

Dear Team,

I bought a Bianco Forte a few years ago. Now the blade or the connection/thread of the container is broken.

Which would be the best choice?

Thank you and best regards

Question submitted by Maren on September 26, 2020 at 09:51 o'clock

Hello Maren,
thank you for your message.
The Bianco Forte came with the Solito container.

However, the Square container also fits, and since it is more cubic, (green) smoothies become even creamier.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 26.09.2020 um 11:39 Uhr

Dear Team,

I've got the Square+ container on a Bianco Primo and tried making a Nicecream yesterday. I found the consistency a bit too liquid and unfortunately not at all creamy solid, as it should be the case with ice cream.

Is this consistency right for Nicecreams or did I do something wrong? Is the Square+ suitable for Nicecream or is there a container that is better for the Nicecream preparation?

Question submitted by Melanie on July 19, 2020 at 08:21 o'clock

Hello Melanie,

thank you very much for your message

The Square+ is a container that masters two areas of application very well: mixing liquids and grinding dry goods. Making ice cream is not its core competence, and we rather recommend the Cube or, to be able to prepare smaller quantities, the Uno container.

Best regards from Berlin,

your team

Beanwortet am 20.07.2020 um 15:23 Uhr

Hello Team Green Smoothies,
i own Bianco Primo with Uno container
I am looking for a second container, either Square or Cube.
Which of the two would you recommend?
I like to make fruit smoothies (also from frozen fruit like berries, bananas) and green smoothies (but I am still a beginner, so far, only with spinach leaves, avocado, cucumber, kiwi)
I like my smoothie cold, i basically never blend without ice-cubes in the container.

I also like to prepare Soups like tomato soup, asparagus soup, pumpkin soup etc
Dried fruit such as dates I are my sweeteners in the smoothie and are used quite often as well.
Which additional container would suit me?
I have read that Cube is all round container and Square makes finer smoothies. But since I already own Uno containers, I don't know which of the two would fit my needs better as a secondary container. And if both containers can handle ice cubes and frozen fruit
I would appreciate a detailed answer or recommendation
Kind regards

Question submitted by Kilian on May 26, 2020 at 09:56 o'clock

Hello Kilian,

thank you very much for your message.

Correct, the Cube container can be considered an all-rounder that gives a good result in all dishes.

Since you mainly want to prepare liquid (smoothies / soup), we recommend the Square container in this case. Due to the two-wing blade, a very high blade tip speed can be built up and the food is processed very finely.

Kind regards from Berlin :- )

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.05.2020 um 15:28 Uhr


I was actually looking for a grain mill. However, since I also have a Bianco Forte (so far only for smoothies), I'm considering buying the Bianco Square + instead of the mill. Is that comparable to a grinder? And could I also grind corn and brown millet?

Furthermore, I would like to know if ice cream is a preparation that can be done in the Forte.

Thanks and best regards,

Question submitted by Anke on April 26, 2020 at 11:06 o'clock

Hello Anke,

Thank you very much for your message.

The great strengths of the Square container are liquid and dry ingredients. Grinding results for corn, brown millet, etc. should be comparable to a grain mill :- )

Preparing ice cream is not a problem for the Forte. The most important thing is to thaw the frozen fruit for about 10 minutes before adding them to the container. Using the tamper also is mandatory when preparing sticky, viscous consistencies.

Best regards from Berlin!

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 27.04.2020 um 12:02 Uhr

Can the container also be used to prepare nut butter?
Is there a tip on how this could work?
Thank you and best regards

Question submitted by Sylwia on December 3, 2020 at 12:11 o'clock

Hello Sylwia,

thank you very much for your message.

The main focus of the Square container is smoothies, soups and grinding hard foods. The preparation of nut butter could be difficult due to the high minimum preparation quantity (600-700 ml)

The Bianco Uno container is certainly more suitable for you in this case. Please check in advance whether this container is compatible with your Bianco Di Puro blender.

Best regards from Berlin! :-)

Your team

Beanwortet am 12.03.2020 um 17:10 Uhr

Hello !
Does the Bianco Square+ come with a tamper?
Thank you for an answer!
Yours sincerely, Sylvia Simak

Question submitted by Sylvia Simak on February 12, 2019 at 13:44 o'clock

Hello Sylvia,

Thank you very much for your message.

Generally, there is no need for a tamper with the Square container. The container has vertical outer edges, and therefore the ingredients fall towards the blades thanks to gravity. Tampers are necessary with funnel-shaped containers.

However, if you don't want to do without a tamper, then we recommend the Bianco TS pusher (short) :- )

Best regards from Berlin,
Your team

Beanwortet am 02.12.2019 um 16:49 Uhr

is the Square container suitable for the Bianco Puro S (magnet detection)? And what is the difference with the Square+ except the capacity and the price?
Many greetings P.

Question submitted by Patti on April 7, 2019 at 06:21 o'clock

Hi Patti,

thank you very much for your questions.

You can use the Square container that we currently sell with the Puro S without any problems. The corresponding magnet pins are available.

The Square Plus has the following features that the Square does not have:

- Pouring spout
- Rubberized handle
- Thick walled plastic

The thick-walled plastic makes the blender a bit quieter, but the food heats up faster during blending because the heat can't escape. This also makes the container heavier, but it also is more break-resistant.

The capacity, however, is the same. The Square has a scale for up to 1 liter, but the current models (Square and Square Plus) can hold 1.5 litres without any problems.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 04.07.2019 um 12:14 Uhr

is this the Square or the Square+ for 99 €?

Thank you!

Question submitted by Uta on March 7, 2019 at 13:55 o'clock

Hello Uta,

thank you for your question.

Currently, we still sell the old Square accordingly at the lower price.

We do not yet offer the "Plus" yet.

As soon as the "old" Square is sold out, we will completely switch to the "new" and will communicate this on our website.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 03.07.2019 um 20:52 Uhr

We bought a bianco di puro (primo?) blender a few years ago and lost the upper seal on the blender jar. Is there a replacement for it?

Question submitted by Elke Peetz on June 14, 2019 at 19:34 o'clock

Hello Elke,

Thank you for your question.
Our customer service will contact you.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 17.06.2019 um 15:30 Uhr

is the Square container also suitable for the preparation of applesauce?
Many greetings

Question submitted by Henning on December 20, 2018 at 02:20 o'clock

Hello Henning,

thank you for the question.

You can also prepare apple sauce in the Square container from approx. 600 ml. However, due to the design, the Uno container would be the better choice for this rather viscous preparation.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 21.12.2018 um 13:45 Uhr

Is the Cube Plus container better than the Square+ container?

Question submitted by Martin Mayer on July 30, 2018 at 22:57 o'clock

Hello Martin Mayer,

thank you for asking.

The Square can be used for both, dry and wet preparations, but it is not made for the in-between.
Therefore, the Cube+ container is well better suited for Viscous preparations, such as ice cream or nut purée.

The ideal combination would be Square+ container and Uno container – the so-called dream team from Bianco ;-)

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 30.07.2018 um 10:23 Uhr

I want to get a Bianco (vacuum pump) soon – maybe with Square (raspberry seeds) and another container (small amount). Which one is not clear yet:
Which motor/container (strong motor + Square?) crushes raspberry seeds in smoothies best. How big are the differences? I love the design of the Panda/Primo/Primo+, high speed and a compact sized motor block. Only downside is the volume (will use the Revo2Pads)
What do you recommend?

Question submitted by Martin Mayer on July 25, 2018 at 01:06 o'clock

Hi Martin Mayer,

thank you very much for your question.

As already correctly recognized, the Bianco Square container would be best suited for raspberry seeds. I can't tell you exactly how big the difference is for raspberry seeds, but for wild herb smoothies it is clearly noticeable compared to the other containers.

Since we could not find any correlation between the wattage and speed of the Bianco blenders in our tests, you can use all of the above models without hesitation.

We can exchange the container for the Square, i.e. deliver the Bianco Square instead of the container normally supplied (please note in the comment field of your order if desired).

As a supplement for small quantities, the Bianco Uno container would then be our recommendation:

Bianco Uno container

With Square and Uno, you would then have the container dream team from Bianco.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:20 Uhr


i'm thinking of getting a Puro 4, just a little unsure if I should order one and if so, with which additional container:
the Square produces especially creamy results with smoothies from wild herbs;

what can the Flower do that the other containers can't?

It would be especially interesting to know if one is better for making, for example, pesto or nut purees in smaller quantities?
Thank you!

Question submitted by Barbara on October 16, 2017 at 13:37 o'clock

Hello Barbara!

Thank you for your question.

We are happy to answer:
There really is nothing that the Flower can do particularly well!:-)

Kind regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:18 Uhr


I still don't get the differences between the wet containers Square and Premium.
Is it just a question of flavour intensity, or can you only create certain "dishes" such as pesto or almond mousse with the Square?

I am currently looking for a solution where I can create mainly green smoothies, fruit smoothies, almond milk, almond mousse and rice flour.


Question submitted by Margaritha on October 16, 2017 at 13:34 o'clock

Hello Margaritha!

Both options would be suitable for cooking all the dishes you mentioned.
However, the Square container reaches finer results for (green) smoothies!

Kind regards!
Your team!

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:23 Uhr

I do not know the difference between the following containers:
the Square (which is a dry and wet container according to the manufacturer)
the Premium (only a wet container)
the Flower (only a dry container)

I plan to make pies with it more often, where you need cashews, nuts and dates for the base.
It's a very chewy and sticky mixture that already made 2 hand blenders “surrender”.
According to the description, the Square would be the best because it supposedly can do both, smoothies and dough.
But why is there a special dry container if the Square can practically do both?

Question submitted by Constance on October 16, 2017 at 13:29 o'clock

Hi Constance!

We recommend the Premium or Standard container for raw food dough. This is because the tamper of the Square container barely reaches the corners of the container, and therefore pretty much is useless when the container is filled more than half way.

Regarding the flower container: we also really don't know why Bianco has produced the flower container, as all the other container can already do what the flower can do ….

Best regards!
Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:29 Uhr

Can doughs, such as yeast dough, also be made in the Square container? A combination of Square and Flower would be ideal.

Question submitted by Gisela on October 16, 2017 at 12:58 o'clock

Hello Gisela,

the Square is excellent for grinding grain and, in our experience, also outperforms the Flower in this discipline.
The Square was originally planned to be a dry container.
Unfortunately, the Puro and the Diver are only available with Premium container, the Square would then have to be purchased additionally.

Yeast dough, definitely, is not the strength of any high-speed blender. You would simply be faster when using your hands or a good old food processor.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:36 Uhr

I'm a total green smoothie newbie (never tried before, but sounds great) and I'm considering buying a Bianco Puro 1.
Two questions about it:
1. I live in Switzerland, do you guys also deliver to Switzerland?
2. Besides green smoothies, I want to use it for making nut purée. Is the Square container suitable for this preparation?

Thank you for your answer and best regards

Question submitted by Anja on October 16, 2017 at 12:48 o'clock

Hello Anja!

Delivery to Switzerland without charging German VAT is no problem.

Half a kilo of almonds also is no issue with the blender.

Best regards!
Your team!

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:38 Uhr

I am wavering between the "Flower" and the "Square".
Does the "Square" also allow the processing of dry ingredients?


Question submitted by Anna on October 16, 2017 at 12:45 o'clock

Hello Anna,

the Square container, and all other Bianco containers, produces an even finer flour than the Flower container. For whatever reason…

Kind regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:40 Uhr

Your Website really makes me want to go green!

Quick question:
Do the Forte, the Puro and the Diver all have the same engine?
Are there significant differences between the results if the same container (Square) is used?

Kind regards,

Question submitted by Jana on October 16, 2017 at 12:29 o'clock

Hi Jana,

I'm glad that you get a taste for green! :-)

Since the Forte, Puro and Diver have the same motor and are controlled only slightly different, you can expect an identical blending result when the same container is used.

In addition to the appearance, the blenders slightly differ in operation.
With Forte and Puro, you always have to either select an automatic program or manually activate a timer.
Only the Diver comes without this function and can instead be switched on with the touch of a button after the speed has been selected, without having to set a time.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 16:43 Uhr


I use the Bianco Primo with the Cube container.
My question now is whether the Square container is suitable for this blender and more importantly, is it worth the purchase?

All the best

Question submitted by Alex on October 16, 2017 at 12:21 o'clock

Hi Alex,

Thank you very much for your question.

Indeed, you can use the Square with the Primo, however, in our opinion, the additional purchase for the Primo is not worth it, as the differences between Cube and Square are marginal, with the Square making slightly finer results.

The situation is different for owners of Forte, Puro (Originale), Volto and Diver. There, the additional purchase of the Square makes absolute sense if you want to enjoy creamy green smoothies and other liquid preparations.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 30.07.2018 um 15:12 Uhr

Is the Square container also suitable for lighter doughs?

Question submitted by Andrea Rzepka on September 20, 2017 at 13:01 o'clock

Hello Andrea,

thank you for the question.

Most of the containers are also suitable for liquid doughs for pancakes, crepes, muffins, etc. Also the Bianco Square.

Yeast dough, on the other hand, is not possible. Even though there are always other claims on the Internet.... We have not yet been able to knead yeast dough with any high-speed blender without annoying interruptions due to the overheating protection.

So actually you will be faster with the hand or the food processor.

Dry grinding cereals or coffee, on the other hand, is no problem at all in the high-speed blender or Bianco di Puro Square.

Best regards

Your team

Beanwortet am 20.09.2017 um 13:11 Uhr

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[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 5/24/2022 by Dorothee
Super blender
In fact, the smoothies become even finer!
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 4/23/2021 by Lydia aus Hamburg
Due to a mishap, I had to buy a replacement container and came across the Square on recommendation. I am thrilled, it is easier to empty and clean. For us three, the filling quantity is enough for Smooties, only for soups I would still switch to the parallel purchased premium container.
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 2/26/2020 by Ralph
At first, I was skeptical as to whether the Square+ would really achieve a finer or smoother result than my Solito container on the Panda.
After several tests, however, I can fully confirm this. Apparently, the large wing blade blends smoothies even better.
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 2/28/2018 by Beate
Super great blending result
Hello, the Square was a great recommendation from you after the original container broke! The capacity is quite sufficient for my needs but the blending result is really great. The green smoothies are now even creamier! Thank you very much and best regards
[4 of 5 Stars]
added: 10/16/2017 by Ralf
I think it's great...
Hello dear gruenesmoothies team,
i would like to add something to your praise:
this container holds "only" 1.5 liters and may not look as high quality as the usual premium container,
but I think it's great that I can use it to grind grains and make smoothies.
So I do not need another dry container in addition...

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