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Primo Blender by bianco di puro

  • Powerful engine
  • Compact dimensions
  • Easy handling
  • 5 year warranty on all parts available

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Smoothie specialist for beginners!

Primo S Blender by bianco di puro

Is there actually a smoothie blender that makes sensationally creamy smoothies and costs less than €300? Yes, the Bianco Primo was the first high-speed blender designed specifically for green smoothies. In the latest version, the Primo S, has been upgraded again and thanks to the wing blades of the container, the smoothies are now pureed even finer.

What has remained: the intuitive handling with jog dial and the practical dimensions. With less than 40.5 cm height, including the container, the Primo S fits under any wall cabinet and the container, with 21 cm height, can be conveniently cleaned in any sink. It couldn't be simpler.

Highlights of the Primo S

  • Powerful: max. 28000 revolutions per minute - 1200 watts
  • Easy handling with jog dial: right infinitely variable speed control, left pulse function
  • Ideal for green smoothies, fruit smoothies, soups, plant milk, crushed ice. With additional container Uno excellent for fruit ice creams (Nicecreams), pestos and all kinds of vegan preparations.
  • Compact: high-speed blender that fits under any kitchen counter.
  • Top smoothie maker under 300 €
Primo S Mixer by Bianco die Puro - make green smoothies


Make fruit smoothies with banana and strawberry with the Primo S

Preparation possibilities with the Primo S

The Primo S is the smallest blender with the intelligent speed control "iPMS". This allows him in combination with the Square+ container first-class, creamy, homogeneous mixing results. The Primo S can be used for the following preparations:

  • smooth, creamy green smoothies
  • Fruit and vegetable smoothies
  • delicious vegan milk, such as almond or hazelnut milk
  • hot soups, sauces, fondues and chocolates heated by friction heat in minutes
  • Crushed ice

The optional Uno container can be used to additionally prepare the following dishes:

  • sinfully delicious ice creations (fruit and milk ice cream, vegan ice cream), sorbets (fruit ice cream), frozen yogurt and nicecreams
  • Raw food: creations of all kinds, such as chunky salsa, Italian pesto, chopped vegetables, soups or nut and almond slivers
  • healthy, fresh, vital baby porridge
  • chopped root vegetables for salads, such as carrot salad
  • fresh dips and sauces

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Primo S Blender - motor base

Handling and operation of the Primo S

The operation is done by means of a simple jog dial. If you turn to the right, the Primo S starts with a gentle 1500 rpm and can be regulated up to 28000 rpm by turning further. If you turn to the left, the Primo S starts at 28,000 rpm and runs until you release the dial (pulse function).

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Primo S recipes

Green smoothie in the Primo S:

  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 large, sweet apple
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1/8 unpeeled, unsprayed lemon
  • 1 piece of ginger
  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 300 - 400 ml spring water
  • Preparation: mix for about 45 seconds

Greenery Smoothie in the Primo S:

Ingredients for 1500 ml:

  • 2 handfuls (approx. 130 g) spinach
  • 1/2 avocado, peeled, pitted
  • 1 large handful of grapes
  • 2 green kiwis without peel
  • 1 apple with peel
  • 1/4 lime with peel
  • Juice of one large orange
  • approx. 300 ml water
  • Preparation: mix for about 45 seconds

Click here for the Greenery recipe for the Primo S "

Is the Primo S loud?

According to its performance, the Primo S is somewhat quieter than comparable stand mixers at 83 dB (decibels) when filled with 1.5 liters of water in the container.

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Primo S Mixer - control panel

Cleaning the Primo S

Cleaning the Primo S container

Cleaning the Primo S is very easy. After mixing, it is best to empty the container immediately so that nothing dries. Then rinse the container in the sink under running water. This is usually enough.
If you have used greasy ingredients such as coconut oil or avocados, you can fill the blender with water and add a few drops of detergent to the container before rinsing. Then blend on high speed for at least 20 seconds.

Cleaning the Primo S motor block

The motor block can be easily wiped with a damp cloth. If necessary, the rubber mat can be removed for cleaning.

For the complete Primo S Instruction Manual »

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Primo S Blender by Bianco di Puro - filled container top shot

Recommended accessories for the Primo S

Cleaning brush for Primo S

For cleaning the blender jug - especially for thick preparations - we recommend our practical cleaning brush.

Cleaning Brush for Containers, Juicers & Bottles
Cleaning Brush for Containers, Juicers & Bottles
7.90 €

Power saving plug for Primo S

Since the jog dial of the Primo S also lights up red in stand-by mode, we recommend using a power-saving adapter:

Power Saver Plug
Power Saver Plug
7.90 €

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Technical specification of the Primo S

Primo S Jogdial
  • Blade tip speed: 248 km/h (with 1.5 l water)
  • Power: 1.6 hp power; 220 - 240 volts / 50 Hz - 60 Hz; 1200 watts
  • Revolutions: 1500 rpm. (speed 1) to 28000 rpm. (stage 10)
  • Dimensions (width x height x depth): 19.7 x 40.5 x 21.0 cm
  • Weight: approx. 4.3 kg
  • Material: 100 % Tritan plastic (BPA-free); food can be heated up to 100°C
  • Container: Bianco Square+ container incl. TS tamper
  • Controls: Jog dial with 10 variable speed settings and pulse function, standby LED
  • Maximum liquid volume of the blender jug: 1.5 liters
  • Bladetype and material: high-speed stainless steel blade; HCS (Japan)
  • Safety:overheating and overload protection, blender jar detection sensor
  • Certification / Standard: CE, EMC, LVD, PAH

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Safety features of the Primo S

  • Overheat protection: The Primo S constantly measures the motor temperature and automatically shuts down before the motor can be damaged from overheating. This only happens if very solid ingredients, such as frozen bananas or nuts are mixed with too little liquid.
  • Overload protection: the clutch is provided with a predetermined breaking point so that it breaks if the blades in the container are blocked by a spoon, for example. In this case, the coupling can be replaced at low cost by the manufacturer's customer service. This predetermined breaking point protects against a total loss of the motor.
  • Container sensor: If the container is standing on the motor block, the stand-by LED and start/stop/pulse button light up and the stand mixer is ready for use. If the container is not on the motor block, it cannot be switched on. The LEDs flash and signal that the container is missing.

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Primo S Mixer by Bianco di Puro - Smoothie Maker

Primo S Scope of delivery:

  • Primo S motor block
  • 1.5-liter mixing bowl Bianco di Puro Square+ made of BPA-free plastic (Tritan)
  • matching Bianco TS tamper
  • Lid incl. lid insert
  • Instruction manual in German/English incl. recipe ideas

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Warranty of the Primo S

  • Motor block: 5 years
  • Container: 5 years
  • Tamper: 5 years

(for purely private use)
Complete warranty conditions »

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Primo S alternatives

The Primo S is a very good choice, even compared to other blenders from "bianco di puro". Especially if you particularly value a fine smoothie consistency and appreciate the compact dimensions.

Primo S vs. Wartmann blender

The Primo S has some advantages over the Wartmann blender:

  1. Size: At 42 cm, the Primo S is 6 cm smaller than the Wartmann. Therefore it fits under any kitchen counter.
  2. Filling and emptying the container:Here, the Primo S is very uncomplicated. Since the container walls run vertically, nothing can get stuck and it is very easy to reach the blades with the cleaning brush. A tamper is also usually superfluous.

There still remain disadvantages compared to the Wartmann blender:

  1. Design: unlike the Wartmann blender, the Primo S does not have a cord wrap.
  2. Versatility: The Wartmann blender follows the "one-container-for-everything" principle and handles preparations from 250 to 2000 ml thanks to its excellent container. If you want to prepare thick or chunky foods with the Primo S, you will need the optional Uno container.

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Questions & Answers about the Product

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Hello, I am interested in the blender, but I wanted to ask if the vacuum pump is compatible?

Question submitted by Alex on October 5, 2022 at 14:55 o'clock

Hello Alex,
thank you very much for your message.
Yes, the Bianco vacuum pump is compatible with the Primo S.
Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 10.05.2022 um 15:22 Uhr

Good day,
I would like to buy a high-speed blender, this Bianco has caught my attention. I have read that if you want to prepare green smoothies, a blender should have 30 000 revolutions in order to dissolve the chlorophyll in the green leaves. The Bianco has 28 000 revolutions. Would it therefore be advisable to choose another blender? Can you recommend a reasonably priced one?

Many thanks

Question submitted by Josephine on October 2, 2022 at 16:07 o'clock

Hello Josephine,
thank you very much for your message.
These allegedly necessary "30,000 revolutions" unfortunately persist on the web and there are manufacturers who advertise their devices with exorbitantly high revolutions.
However, the RPM's are not really that important.(!)
No high-speed blender can work with 30,000 revolutions per minute under load.
We therefore rather refer to the so-called blade tip speed, which is much more meaningful in terms of the power that actually reaches the food to be blended.
The Primo S reaches 248 km/h under load (container filled with water) with the Square containers.
Therefore, preparing green Smoothies with the Primo S is not a problem – the result will be creamy and smooth.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 10.02.2022 um 16:40 Uhr

Good day
I have the Bianco di Puro primo plus at home. I would like to grind flaxseed. Does this work? Do I need another smaller container?
Thank you and best regards

Question submitted by Nicole Huber on August 28, 2021 at 13:35 o'clock

Hello Nicole,

Thank you very much for your message.

You can also grind flax seeds with the Cube container without any problems. You should at least grind 400 ml of seeds -allowing the blades to actually get a grip on the ingredients.

If you like to process smaller quantities, take a look at the Bianco UNO container. This container has a minimum preparation quantity of 200 ml for grinding.

Best regards, :-)
Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 28.08.2021 um 15:17 Uhr

Hello, in other tests Homgeek and Yayago are always recommended, 6-8 blades, 30-38000 rpm and more hp/watt; could you please write something about this?

Question submitted by Ulrike Lenk on May 18, 2021 at 09:47 o'clock

Hello Ulrike,
thank you very much for your message.

We are constantly testing different devices, most of which do not meet our requirements regarding the blending results, the availability of accessories and spare parts, and the warranty periods.
The features you mentioned, "number of revolutions", “wattage” and "number of blades", all have little influence on the most important criteria: the blending result.
If you are interested in this topic, you can read more about it in this article .

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 18.05.2021 um 16:15 Uhr

Hi GreenSmoothies Team,
can almond paste be prepared with the Bianco Primo Plus?
Thank you and
all the best

Question submitted by Josefine on April 25, 2021 at 17:46 o'clock

Hello Josefine,

Thank you for your question.
Yes, you can also prepare almond butter with the Primo Plus, we even created our own almond butter recipe with the Primo.
Just keep in mind that the Cube Plus container has a minimum preparation quantity of about 700 ml. If you want to prepare less, you would need the UNO container – minimum preparation quantity of 250 ml.
Furthermore, please ensure that the purée does not heat up too much during blending, rest periods must be inserted accordingly.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 26.04.2021 um 10:21 Uhr

can I blend: fresh cilantro, basil, green onions, limes, and ginger for a curry? I have never had smoothies, I do not know if I will do this regularly. The Bianco Primo has caught my eye, would you recommend this device?

Question submitted by Sabine on February 14, 2021 at 18:35 o'clock

Hello Sabine,
thank you for your message.
The Bianco Primo Plus is a great smoothie blender at a great price.
However, for viscous foods like hummus, sorbet, nut purée, etc., its container has a minimum preparation quantity of about 700 ml.
If you want to blend smaller viscous preparations, you should also purchase the UNO container, which has a minimum quantity of about 250 ml for viscous preparations.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 15.02.2021 um 14:29 Uhr

Is it possible to mix different types of nuts and meat with the Bianco Primo Plus?

Question submitted by Gottlieb on October 12, 2020 at 14:24 o'clock

Hello Gottlieb,

thank you very much for your message.

We have actually never puréed meat in a blender – there are some YouTube videos that show that it is possible – for example with beef. We would recommend blending/chopping in smaller portions.

Nuts can be processed very well. However, you should also be careful here: do not grind too many nuts at once because then the mass will settle under the blades and the nuts on top will no longer be ground.

Kind regards from Berlin,

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 11.12.2020 um 15:25 Uhr

Can you also use the Primo to make frozen yogurt with strawberries, for example? i.e. chop up frozen fruit and then add yogurt and honey?

Question submitted by Andrea on June 11, 2020 at 14:18 o'clock

Hello Andrea,
thank you for your question.
You can also prepare frozen yogurt with the Primo.
Please allow the fruit to thaw for a few minutes. Working with the tamper while blending, it is mandatory – the blades should never run dry.
Please make sure that the frozen fruit or fruit parts should not be larger than medium strawberries.
Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 06.11.2020 um 15:21 Uhr

Is it possible to separate the bladses from the blender container on the Primo Plus for cleaning?
Love greetings

Question submitted by Zsófia on August 29, 2020 at 14:23 o'clock

Hello Zsófia,

thank you very much for your message

The base of the blade cannot be removed from the Cube container. However, cleaning is uncomplicated because the container is not very long and the base is wide at the bottom. These features make cleaning easier.

Kind regards from Berlin :- )

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 31.08.2020 um 11:07 Uhr

my container already has stains on the inside after half a year. Despite cleaning according to your recommendation. Do you have a tip for a cleaning agent?
Best regards and greetings

Question submitted by Patrick Welter on August 28, 2020 at 21:15 o'clock

Hello Patrick,

thank you very much for your message

We recommend soaking the container with hot water and two to three Kukident tablets, and then cleaning it with a soft-bristled brush. This removes residues gently and safely. Alternatives are baking soda or baking powder.

Best regards from Berlin!

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 31.08.2020 um 11:01 Uhr

I am looking for a device with which you can make porridge from raw carrots, for example, without adding water. Is the Primo suitable for this?
Many greetings Karsten!

Question submitted by Karsten on December 7, 2020 at 21:29 o'clock

Hello Karsten,
thank you very much for your message.
Raw carrots can be processed without any problems with the Primo – depending on the water content of the carrots…. You can influence its consistency by adding water.
Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 14.07.2020 um 10:29 Uhr

Hello, is it possible to crush ice with the standard 1,5 liter container of the Primo Plus?
LG Marlen

Question submitted by Marlen on April 29, 2020 at 20:34 o'clock

Hello Marlen,

thank you very much for your message.

It is possible to make crushed ice in the Cube container. Our secret: Add a little water and use the puls function.

Best regards from Berlin :- )

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 30.04.2020 um 11:41 Uhr

I am looking for a new container for my Bianco. Which one fits?
Best regards,

Question submitted by Ulrich on June 4, 2020 at 11:14 o'clock

Hello Ulrich,
Thank you for your mesage.

The following containers are compatible with your Primo:
Bianco Cube
Bianco Square
and for small quantities: Bianco UNO

You are welcome to have a look at the containers.

Best regards from Berlin

Beanwortet am 06.04.2020 um 12:10 Uhr

the old Primo does not have a soup program. Can it still heat soups? How long does that take approximately? I seem to remember that the old Primo is not supposed to run for more than two minutes. Does that also apply to the Plus model? Also, does the old Primo have overheat protection?

Question submitted by Sabine on December 30, 2019 at 19:56 o'clock

Hello Sabine,

thank you very much for your message.

The "old" Primo does not have a soup program, but you can still prepare soups with it.
Simply let the blender (with ingredients not yet heated) run for 5 to 6 minutes, the ingredients are heated by frictional heat.
On average: about 10 degrees Celsius per minute. After 8 minutes at the latest, the blender also switches off automatically.
Both Primos have an overheating protection, so they are also protected here.
The new Primo also has a soup program!:-)

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 02.01.2020 um 15:05 Uhr

Hello, I have an old Bianco Primo. Unfortunately, I dropped the container, and it cracked.
Now I would like to buy a new container and would like to know which container to choose. If I understood correctly, you sell the Primo + with the Bianco Cube container?

Question submitted by Wald on April 11, 2019 at 13:39 o'clock

Hello dear Primo owner :)
The following 2 containers are compatible as replacement containers for your blender:

Bianco Cube+ or
Bianco Square+

Best regards from your team

Beanwortet am 04.11.2019 um 14:42 Uhr

How many blades dose this blender have?

Question submitted by gabi on September 14, 2019 at 18:52 o'clock

Hello Gabi,

thank you very much for your question

The Primo Plus has a total of six blades. Four of these blades are positioned horizontally, and two blades are positioned vertically. This combination ensures that green smoothies are finely blended into a creamy consistency.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 25.09.2019 um 10:11 Uhr

I have had the Bianco Primo+ for almost three months and am super happy with the smoothies and soups from it
But unfortunately I have big problems with Nicecream and nut butter.
Is it the container?
Would the standard container or Uno container better suited for these preparations?
Or Is the Bianco Primo + not suitable for this, and I would need a more powerful blender?

LG Laura

Question submitted by Laura on August 19, 2019 at 08:36 o'clock

Hello Laura,

thank you for the question.

It sometimes happens to us that nut butters do not turn out the way we want them to…. Regardless of the blender and especially with almonds. There are several factors involved, e.g., the oil content and the roasting time. Unfortunately, we have not yet found a universal recipe with a guarantee of success.

However, we are surprised that Nicecream also causes problems.

It is important that the preparation quantities are large enough. If the preparation quantities are too small, you cannot push the ingredients back to the bottom with the tamper, leading to the blades running dry.

In fact, this is much easier to do in the Uno container and with smaller quantities. Therefore, this would be our recommendation. Many new possibilities open up with the Uno container: dressings, salsa, dips, baby food, etc.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 19.08.2019 um 16:27 Uhr

yesterday got the bianco primo plus, today for the first time a fruit smoothie with the automatic program made. result good, but the blender immediately began to stink (somehow electric or rubbery). is that normal at the beginning (it goes away again?) or has the device a damage?

Question submitted by ariya on August 8, 2019 at 18:06 o'clock

Hello Ariya,

thank you for the question.

The smell of plastic or rubber is normal at the beginning and disappears after about 50 applications.

Then it will only smell during very strenuous tasks, such as nice creams or nut butter, i.e., when the motor gets really hot. The smell comes from corrosion inhibitors on the engine, they evaporate due to the heat.

I hope, this answer was helpful!:-)

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 08.08.2019 um 18:48 Uhr

among other things, we make our own vegetable broth. To do this, we blend the fresh vegetables (carrots, celery herbs, etc.) to a pulp. Unfortunately, our current blender can no longer do this. Which is why we are looking for a new powerful blender that can also purée 1.5 kg of diced vegetables in one go.
Is this blender suitable for my intended use?

Thanks a lot

Question submitted by Alex on June 8, 2019 at 13:26 o'clock

Hello Alex,

thank you very much for your question.

Unfortunately, we have not yet tested your application, but perhaps a few comments on this:

If you want to make porridge without adding water, we are rather pessimistic and would advise a “food processor”, which can already be found for under 100 EUR.

High-speed blenders are more suitable for micro-crushing liquids under high speed. The pulp sounds a bit too thick. That's probably where most high-speed blenders lack the torque. But, as mentioned above, without having the specific experience.

Even if it works well, the question would be whether this application would not shorten the life of the blender. However, the Primo Plus has overheat-protection.

Sorry that we cannot help you more specifically.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 06.08.2019 um 18:19 Uhr

Good afternoon dear GreenSmooothies team,
bought the bianco di puro primo a few years ago. In terms of smoothies, I am also more than satisfied.
Following problem: When preparing, for example, basil pesto or similar (Thick mixtures), the ingredients are immediately thrown to the walls of the container and the blades run dry. Even the addition of oil does not really help because I would have to add more oil than I'm comfortable with. Have also tried to work with a pestle, no success. Now my question, am I doing something wrong, or would I need another container? If so, which one?
Thanks in advance for the answer.

Question submitted by Matteo on April 7, 2019 at 16:21 o'clock

Hi Matteo,

In principle, you can prepare pesto with the Primo without any problems, BUT minimum preparation quantities play an important role.

Only one container can help, namely the Uno container:

Bianco Uno container

The has a smaller diameter, which on the one hand leads to the fact that the blades do not rotate so quickly and the tamper comes deeper into the "corners". This helps both with smaller quantities and with thick preparations, such as (n)ice cream desserts...

Hopefully, we could help you!

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 04.07.2019 um 16:24 Uhr

Hello dear green smoothies team,
I have been researching smoothie blenders for a few months now and decided on Bianco primo plus. Now all of a sudden, it's called Square? Or is the square a different one? There is no difference with the primo plus.

Question submitted by Anika on June 23, 2019 at 18:31 o'clock

Hello Anika,

thank you for your question.

The only difference between the Bianco Primo Square and the Primo Plus is that it comes with the Square container and not the Cube container. The Square is even better for making green smoothies – especially wild herb smoothies. In addition, it is priced at €249 is a top offer!

If you also would like to prepare thick viscous preparations such as nice cream, we recommend waiting until the 15.7.19. The Primo Plus with Cube container will be back in stock until then.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 24.06.2019 um 14:04 Uhr

Is the vacuum pump compatible with the bianco primo square, as well as the Uno container?
Thank you in advance!

Question submitted by Katha on June 20, 2019 at 10:23 o'clock

Hello Katha,

thank you very much for your question.

Yes, you can use the Bianco vacuum pump with the Bianco Primo Square as well as with the Uno container.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 20.06.2019 um 12:12 Uhr

i bought the Philips HR3655 and will return it. Why? I like to make smoothies with a slightly firmer consistency, so not too runny, but more towards creamy with a firmer consistency. Not quite like pudding :-) but in the direction.

As the Philips unfortunately failed, it is now going back. The result is a little too mushy – the ingredient only move in the lower area of the container, the ingredients in the top part of the container are not getting processed at all. I often had to manually push the ingredients down using the tamper.

I'm now flirting with the Primo plus or the Piano, although the tendency is more towards the Primo plus. It has more blades (6 instead of 4) and I've read that it can blend smoothies into a better consistency. 1.5 litres is not ideal, but I could live with it. Is there a container with 2 litres?

Would you rather recommend the Primo plus or the Piano for my requirements?

The price is not important, as I've noticed that saving once has not satisfied my needs.

Thank you in advance and best regards.

Question submitted by Caruni on December 17, 2018 at 19:57 o'clock

Hello Caruni,

thank you for the question.

As far as smoothie consistency is concerned, both blenders are hardly any different – but they definitely are in another league compared to your HR3655.

There are 2-liter containers that are compatible with the Primo. However, the blending results in the container that already is included in the scope of delivery is the best.

As far as the number of blades is concerned, a comparison only makes sense from our perspective if all other parameters are identical. In practice, these circumstances are rarely found. Therefore, the comparison of the number of blades between two entirely different blenders is rather misleading in our opinion.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 18.12.2018 um 16:12 Uhr

Dear GrueneSmoothies Team,

can I order the Bianco Primo with the standard container instead of the Cube? I would like to mainly make raw vegetable doughs, Nice Cream, soups, and fruit smoothies (also in small quantities). For my purposes, the standard container seems to make more sense; if I still get a taste for green smoothies, I would possibly upgrade with the Square container! ;-)

Question submitted by Daniela on November 25, 2018 at 21:17 o'clock

Hello Daniela,

thank you for the question.

Unfortunately, a container change is not possible with the Bianco Primo Plus. However, the Primo in combination with the Uno container could be interesting.

Using the Cube container for larger quantities and the smaller Uno container for small quantities.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.11.2018 um 13:34 Uhr

Again regarding the spices. Is there a blender with glass container and similar blending properties as the Primo that you can recommend?

Question submitted by Julian on October 23, 2018 at 19:38 o'clock

Hello Julian,

thank you for the question.

Unfortunately, there currently is no blender with glass container on the market we can recommend. The glass containers that are currently available do not meet our requirements for an excellent blending result. However, they might be sufficient for grinding.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2018 um 10:30 Uhr

I am looking for a blender to blend spices, hummus, and smoothies. Can this be done with this device. Specifically, how well can spices, such as star anise, cinnamon sticks, or similar, be crushed?

Question submitted by Julian on October 21, 2018 at 19:46 o'clock

Hello Julian,

thank you for your question. The desired preparations are no problem for the Primo S at all. We had to test the spice blend first to give a definitive answer, but 18 grams of cinnamon sticks and 25 grams of star anise easily make a fine powder.

Addendum: We noticed that after the first spice mix, the container became very cloudy and absorbed a lot of odour from the spices. We can't say exactly what caused this, but in any case, a second container makes sense if you plan to grind spices more often.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 23.10.2018 um 15:23 Uhr

Hello dear ones,
i am the proud owner of a Primo +,
I am honestly surprised how warm the smoothie get during operation. But ist is actually way smoother than in those from my Thermomix. What bothers me a bit, the small seeds of pears still are noticeable. What am I doing wrong?
Love Susanna

Question submitted by Susanna on October 15, 2018 at 22:22 o'clock

Hello dear Susanne,

thank you very much for your feedback.

The heat is not dissipated so well by the thick container walls. Only ice cubes and / or cold water can help.

Even if you wouldn't suspect it, pears are generally a big challenge for the blender. The small mini-grains often remain. You can, of course, try to blend longer (don't forget the ice cubes!), but you can't get rid of them in any blender.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 15.10.2018 um 11:57 Uhr

Dear green smoothies team,

we are wavering between the Bianco Primo and the Vitamix TNC 5200/Pro 750. Because of the price and size, we would like to go with the Primo. Can it be used to make the same foods/dishes and drinks as the Vitamix? We would like to prepare nut purees, pesto, date-based masses and smoothies. According to the information on your website, the container of the Primo is not well suited for nut purée.
Can you recommend and a compatible container that can prepare most preparations and can be bought with the device?
We only want to have one container for space reasons.

Thanks in advance

Question submitted by F&S on June 9, 2018 at 16:17 o'clock

Hello F&S,

thank you for the question.

The way you describe the need, the Vitamix TNC 5200 with 1.4 liter container instead of 2 liter container would possibly be the right fit.

The container is a universal container and has lower minimum quantities in all disciplines (liquid and thick) than the Bianco Primo.

We only suggest the 1.4-liter container because size is important and maximum volume is less important to you.
If you choose this Vitamix, simply note which container you prefer when ordering.

The Bianco Uno container would be the appropriate addition to the Primo, but it brings you closer to the Vitamix TNC 5200 in price and has 2 containers instead of 1, which was not desired...

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 01.04.2019 um 22:35 Uhr


i am interested in a comparatively inexpensive, but also powerful high-speed blender and came across the Primo.
I like to prepare green smoothies, but they don't always turn out quite as fine and creamy in my simple blender.

My question about the Primo: Does it manage to blend fibrous leafy greens and, for example, raspberry seeds? And how much heat is generated? Is it harmful if the smoothies get too warm when blending?

Kind regards, Lena

Question submitted by Lena on May 9, 2018 at 12:02 o'clock

Hello dear Lena,

thank you very much for the question.

There is nothing left to chew. Raspberry seeds become smaller, but do not disappear completely.

In terms of heat, something has changed with the latest Primo generation. The longer blades make the smoothies even creamier, and the thicker container wall makes the blender quieter. However, the smoothies also get a bit warmer due to the aforementioned factors.

From a health perspective, this only has advantages. The closer the drink is to your body temperature (36-37 degrees) the less energy is needed to process the smoothie once it reaches the stomach.

Alternate tip for you: If it's just smoothies you're after, the Piano is a suitable alternative. If you use the smoothie program, there is no noticeable heat development and the creaminess is on a comparable level with the Primo. Otherwise, the Piano is unfortunately not as flexible, but a great choice for the daily portion of green smoothies.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 05.09.2018 um 16:24 Uhr

Good evening,

I would like to buy the Bianco Primo. Question: if something does break, are there any spare parts? So if the container is defective etc?
With kind regards!


Question submitted by Sandra Laker on August 14, 2018 at 11:49 o'clock

Hello SL,

thank you for the question.

At Bianco, all containers are basically also available individually. You can find them in the Bianco accessories category. Small parts, such as lids or similar are usually also available directly from the manufacturer.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 14.08.2018 um 11:52 Uhr

Hello blender experts,

My mother (in her late seventies) wants a blender, and after I raved to her about what my Vitamix Pro 750 can do, it's clear that it's going to be a high-speed blender. The question now is whether she would be as happy with a Bianco Primo as she would be with, say, a Vitamix Pro 300. She would like to use it to make various preparations:
- puree large quantities of wild blackberries, pulverizing all the seeds
- Hommus from cooked chickpeas and whole sesame seeds (instead of tahini)
- Cream of asparagus soup made from asparagus peels and woody ends
- Almond paste
- Almond milk
- Lemon curd cooked with friction heat
- Falafel mixture made from raw, soaked chickpeas (among others)
- Flash ice cream
- Chopping nuts (ok, I do that with other equipment, but she doesn't have it)
Does the Primo give as good results as the Pro300 in these applications?

A few more questions
- Is the Primo powerful enough to run a 2 liter container? If so, can it be purchased separately if needed?
- To another questioner, you offered to replace the Cube container with a Square. Is this offer still valid?
- How accommodating is Bianco (or are you as a dealer) in case of problems? Vitamix offers not only a fabulous warranty of 7-10 years, but a legendary customer service. (That the price of the Primo is VERY much better for this, of course, has not escaped us)

Many thanks in advance and best regards,

Question submitted by Klip on May 9, 2018 at 22:42 o'clock

Hi Klip,

thanks for all the questions. We will try to respond to them:

As a Pro 750 / 300 user, you will notice the difference compared to the Primo, especially in preparations with a high liquid content. Everything simply tastes a little lighter/fluffier from the Pro 750 or Pro 300.

With the Square, the liquid is finer than in the Cube, but ice cream and puree no longer work. The new Uno container would be a good addition to the Square.

The Primo can also carry a 2 liter container, no problem.

The delivery of the Square container instead of the Cube container also would be no problem.

Unfortunately, it is somewhat difficult to make general statements on the subject of goodwill, it is usually a case-by-case decision...

Please contact us if you have any further questions.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 06.08.2018 um 12:39 Uhr

Have purchased the Bianco Primo, and I'm very satisfied with it. However, I don't achieve the desire results when preparing smaller quantities for dips and pesto. Would purchasing the standard container be an option for smaller quantities under 500 ml or do you have another tip? Thanks,

Question submitted by Martina Gerner on July 18, 2018 at 16:07 o'clock

Hello Martina Gerner,

thank you very much for the question.

Yes, in this case, the Uno container is certainly the right complement to the Primo.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:32 Uhr

Hi. Can I bring my Bianco purchased in Germany to the UK and use it there?

Question submitted by Carey on May 7, 2018 at 14:45 o'clock

Hi Carey,

with a power plug adapter, it should not be a problem. A transformer is not necessary.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 05.07.2018 um 17:08 Uhr

Unfortunately, I still don't understand why you write that the Primo has iPMS. According to the manufacturer, it does not. Who is wrong, the manufacturer or you? Because for a purchase decision, the presence of this technology is quite important, I think, also because you describe this criterion as better performance in contrast to the piano ("Motor control: The Bianco Primo motor is more intelligent. Thanks to iPMS, the Primo can call up more power when blending fibrous ingredients - leafy greens, wild herbs, pineapple)"

lG Pepsi

Question submitted by Pepsi on July 6, 2018 at 17:37 o'clock

Hello Pepsi,

it sounds like you are using the Primo. Therefore, you best convince yourself:

If you select the lowest speed in idle, the Primo usually does not hit the desired speed, but always readjusts. This also is acoustically noticeable. The engine tries to keep the “ideal speed” and in practice it fluctuates around this ideal. This phenomenon is best witnessed at low speed. This is typical "iPMS" behaviour. If there is no speed control, there is no readjustment, but the speed just fluctuates depending on what is put into the container.
The Primo constantly tries to maintain the set speed, no matter how full the container is.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 16.07.2018 um 14:20 Uhr

Hello dear team of Green Smoothies. A wonderful new year to you, and thank you for your great website!

I am an avid owner of the Bianco Primo and plan to grind small amounts of chia seeds from time to time in the future. Will this work with the standard container, or do you recommend a separate container?
Thank you and best regards

Question submitted by Simone on May 1, 2018 at 10:06 o'clock

Hello Simone,

thank you for your question and happy new year!

We have had very good experience grinding with the Primos standard container. So just give it a try, the only thing you need to pay attention to is the minimum amount you need in the container.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 05.01.2018 um 10:45 Uhr

Wanted to know which container is best to prepare nut purée, ice cream or pesto – thick consistency in general? I think to read out that it is due to the wide container of the primo that you have to stop from time to time.
LG Klaus

Question submitted by Klaus on December 18, 2017 at 23:39 o'clock

Hello Klaus,

thank you very much for your question.

You are absolutely right. It is not that pesto or nut purée would succeed better in a container, such as the standard container from Bianco. However, the preparation can be seen as more convenient because you never have to stop the blending process.

We recommend the Bianco di Puro Uno Container for those who value convenience and also want to regularly prepare small quantities.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:32 Uhr

I wanted to ask if you have a tip for cleaning my Primo?
I always take warm water right after making green smoothies, some dishwashing liquid and let it blend once briefly, and rinse again with clean water. But I would rather not scrub around in the container for more stubborn remains.

Maybe you have another great idea ??

I am looking forward to your answer,
with greetings

Question submitted by Petra on April 12, 2017 at 12:08 o'clock

Dear Petra,

thank you very much for your request.

Try using soda powder (e.g. "Heitmann Soda” or "Domol Washing Soda”). This will also help with heavier soiling. Simply add some soda powder to the container filled with warm water and mix thoroughly. For more stubborn residues, simply leave the water in the container overnight and rinse it the next day.

In addition, our practical cleaning brush helps to keep the container clean.

We hope this was helpful.
Your team.

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:28 Uhr


does the Bianco Primo manage to break down the cell walls to release the chlorophyll?

Thank you very much for your answer!

Question submitted by Pascal on March 12, 2017 at 22:01 o'clock

Hello Pascal,

thank you for the question!

As green smoothies gourmets, the first thing we look for when choosing a blender is how creamy and fiber-free the green smoothies can be prepared. This not only applies to baby spinach, but also to chard, black kale, etc. i.e. leafy greens with fibrous strands in general.
The Bianco Primo convinced us the most in its price range. Therefore, we can recommend it without hesitation.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 04.12.2017 um 11:30 Uhr

Good day,

i have a few questions about your blenders.

Would the Bianco Primo be sufficient for someone who wants to prepare green smoothies on a daily basis to enjoy the health benefits?
Does it have enough power even with the fewer revolutions?
Or is it better to invest a little more money for a more powerful device?

best regards,


Question submitted by Isabell on November 20, 2017 at 13:26 o'clock

Hello Isabell,

thank you very much for your inquiry.

The Bianco Primo is a first-class device for making green smoothies. That's exactly what it was designed for. It creates creamy, completely fiber-free green smoothies and breaks down the cell structure of the leafy greens so that your body can more easily access the valuable nutrients!

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 20.11.2017 um 13:32 Uhr

I am interested in the Bianco Primo and have a question:
Do the other Bianco containers fit on the Primo?
is the original Primo container also available as a spare part?

Best regards

Question submitted by Sonja on November 20, 2017 at 11:55 o'clock

Hello Sonja,

Thank you for your question!

Yes, almost all containers from Bianco fit on the Primo. The only exceptions are the Piano and Forte 2.0 with a different container system and the Attivo, which also uses a different container system.
You are welcome to purchase the Primo container from us if you should ever need a new one.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 16.07.2018 um 14:32 Uhr

can I actually shred avocado pits with the Primo?

Question submitted by Klaudia on November 20, 2017 at 11:44 o'clock

Hello Klaudia,

Thank you for your question!
Yes, you can also chop avocado pits with the Primo!

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 20.11.2017 um 11:48 Uhr

Can the container be completely immersed in water?

Question submitted by Melanie on August 11, 2017 at 18:09 o'clock

Hello Melanie,

Thank you for your question.

This should not be a problem! However, long contact with water should be avoided. For example, it is best to clean the container immediately after blending...

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 08.11.2017 um 18:10 Uhr

Hello Dear Green Smoothies Team
My son prepares himself a smoothie made of frozen fruit every morning.
He has already worn out the 2nd blender. And since Christmas is coming, his biggest wish is a "really good" blender. This is how I ended up on your website. I have one question: are all Bianco di Puro containers not dishwasher safe? And does the container have a pouring spout?

Thank you for your answer!:)

Question submitted by Katrin on March 11, 2017 at 13:59 o'clock

Hello Katrin,

Thank you for your question!
It is true, the containers of the Bianco Primo should not be washed in the dishwasher. However, this is really not a big deal! You simply have to rinse the container under running water after the smoothie preparation. Everything should be clean within 30 seconds.
You'll probably use the blender more than the dishwasher anyway.!;-)

The latest Primo generation has a spout, allowing the smoothie to be poured into a shaker without any problems.

Best regards from Berlin

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 12:16 Uhr

Hello Team,

Most blogs and magazines say that the blender should have at least 30,000 revolutions. But the Primo only has 28,000. I am surprised that you still recommend this blender. Do the missing 2,000 revolutions not matter?

VG, Gudrun

Question submitted by Gudrun on January 11, 2017 at 13:59 o'clock

Hello Gudrun,

the statement that 30000 revolutions/min. are necessary for green smoothies is unfortunately somewhat misleading. Many manufacturers advertise revolutions without specifying what they are referring to. Empty container? Without container? With 1 liter of water?

The speeds we measured in the lab varied immensely, depending on the test scenario. When blending smoothies, no blender ever reaches 30000 revolutions, this was only taken as a reference from Vitamix when there were no other competitors on the market. Vitamix has sine then been quoted thousands of times by authors who lack the technical expertise to specify this information.

The reference blender to which the much quoted 30000 revolutions referred to is the Vitamix TNC 5200. The Primo is somewhat weaker in performance, but definitely close.

Kind regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 16.07.2018 um 14:43 Uhr


Can this blender also blend greens, for example: lettuce, half an avocado stone, lemons (not cut), Ginger, a carrot, etc.etc.? The important thing for me with a green smoothie is that I can blend the ingredients without chopping (much), and that the smoothie is all creamy and has no chunks. Is this container big enough?

MfG Alice

Question submitted by Alice on January 11, 2017 at 11:14 o'clock

Hello Alice,

Thank you for your question!
Yes, this blender crushes all of the above ingredients to a homogeneous, creamy consistency. However, I would not use a whole lemon because the essential oils in the peel have a very bitter taste.

The container has a capacity of 1.5 liters.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 01.11.2017 um 12:21 Uhr

I bought the Primo about three years ago.
He did what he should: green fine smoothies – nothing else.

Now the engine block started to stink and smoke.
I'm pretty disappointed that the device only outlasted the warranty period by one year.

Is there a possibility to repair the engine?

Question submitted by Ulrike Polifke on March 10, 2017 at 19:53 o'clock

Hello Ulrike,

In general, a repair is possible.
However, you have to contact Bianco (0221 50 80 80 20) regarding the exact conditions.

Kind regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 17:14 Uhr


the blender is not suitable for ice cream, nut mousse and pesto because of its container shape.

Would the Primo with the Premium or Solito container give better results for these things?


Question submitted by Hagen on September 29, 2017 at 14:40 o'clock

Hi Hagen,

The problem is not the results with the Primo. You just need a little more skill and patience with the preparations you mention.

This is because viscous food gets stuck in the corners without being puréed. It is difficult to get into the corners during operation due to the shape of the container. You have to turn off the device and remove the lid to reach the corners.

This where the tamper is beneficial with the Premium or Standard container, it allows “tamping” during operation. However, I would not expect much from the Solito container, the base is considerable larger and the tamper does not reach into the corners so well.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 16.07.2018 um 14:47 Uhr


I have had the Bianco Primo for a few days and have already tested it 2 times.

I do not know if I'm doing something wrong, there always are some crumbs left.
At the first attempt I had 100 g millet flakes, 450ml milk and 4 dates in the mixer and unfortunately forgot to take out the core of one, which turned out to be the reason for the loud impact noises.
I mixed the shake about 2 min at the highest speed level. When pouring, I then noticed that 3/4 of the date core were still there.

It seemed to me more like the primo had not properly "hit" the core than that it would be too hard.
Today when I made 250g frozen berries with 500g curd, 400ml water and 5 dates (this time without seeds), there were plenty of coarser date remains under the knife.

Can you tell me if I am doing something wrong?
Should I not put all the ingredients at once?

thank you very much.

Question submitted by HerrBert on September 29, 2017 at 14:24 o'clock


The solution: less milk – at least at the beginning.
At the beginning, blend as little as possible, this way the blades have the best grip.
And then pour in the milk little by little!

We would rather advise against date seeds. They are much harder than avocado seeds ;)

Best regards!
Your team

Beanwortet am 16.07.2018 um 14:49 Uhr

A friendly hello to all,

I have been using my Bianco Primo for three weeks now.
Unfortunately, I have to put the smoothie in the fridge first before enjoying it.
Is this normal, or am I doing something wrong? I don't really like warm smoothies.

Thank you and greetings

Question submitted by Martina on September 29, 2017 at 14:22 o'clock

Hello Martina,

You are doing everything right.
Blending can cause the blended product to heat up – especially if insufficient liquid is used or blending takes too long.
A tip for you would be to use a few ice cubes instead of water.

Best regards from Berlin,

Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 17:19 Uhr


I have a question regarding the crushing of the ingredients.

Does the Primo manage to process nuts and small seeds into a smoothie without chunks?

Question submitted by Andrea on September 29, 2017 at 12:56 o'clock

Hello Andrea,

The Primo manages to that without any problems at all.

Love greetings,

Your team

Beanwortet am 29.09.2017 um 12:57 Uhr

ordered the Primo yesterday, and already received it today ... Wow.
One question: is it normal that the drive shaft wobbles slightly at the top? I don't mean the rotation.
I thought it had to be extremely tight for nothing to happen.
Thanks ... Ludwig

Question submitted by Ludwig on September 29, 2017 at 12:54 o'clock

Hi Ludwig,

Thank you very much for your question.

Basically, the drive shaft has some play. Also, the container is not supposed to be "super tight" and can move a bit when you start the blending process. If you are not familiar with this, you may be afraid that the container will tip over. However, it doesn't.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 29.09.2017 um 18:42 Uhr

Is this device also available with a glass container?

Question submitted by Jochanan on September 29, 2017 at 12:51 o'clock

Hi Jochanan!

Currently, there are no high-speed blenders (all brands) with glass containers. This is due to the revolutions and the stress being too high for glass!

Love greetings!

Your team

Beanwortet am 29.09.2017 um 12:52 Uhr


I want to buy a blender, and really I like the Bianco Primo.

On your site, I read that this blender is not so good for making nut mush and grinding flours.

Does this mean that the blender could be damaged in the process, or simply that the result is not optimal?

For example, what is the difference between a nut puree from a Bianco Primo and a nut puree from the health food store?

Question submitted by Florian on September 29, 2017 at 12:49 o'clock

Hello Florian!

You can of course also make nut purée with the Primo, flour also is no problem in the supplied container.

You can find a recipe for nut purée here:

Most conventionally nut purées are pressed, but not mixed. Therefore, they are always different from the purées made in high-speed blenders.

Kind regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 14.02.2019 um 15:23 Uhr

Hello together,

I just bought the Primo and so far, I am also very satisfied (but I am a green smoothie newbie;))

However, the following question arises: Why is the warranty on the Primo only 2 years, whereas all other offered blenders of Bianco have 5 years warranty?

Do I now have to mentally prepare myself for the premature demise of the Primo?
There is a clear price difference between the devices, but qualitatively the processing should be able to keep up according to your statement....

Kind regards,

Question submitted by Jan on September 29, 2017 at 12:47 o'clock

Hello Jan!

According to Bianco, they cannot provide a longer warranty service at this price, including the administrative costs involved.

In terms of workmanship, we don't see any disadvantages with the Primo compared to Bianco's other models. After all, the Primo in stainless steel is also the only blender from Bianco with stainless-steel cladding.

Best regards!

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 11:36 Uhr

Hello dear GS team,

What is the situation with the tamper?
Could you theoretically use the one with the temperature display, or does it touch the blades in the Primo container?
Could the Square container also be used, or have you tried other containers than the one included in the scope of delivery?

Best regards,
C. Howdy

Question submitted by Captain Howdy on September 29, 2017 at 12:35 o'clock

Hello Howdy,

It is important that the tamper is not too long, otherwise the blades will crush it. The T42S incl. temperature gauge fits the Primo and is offered separately.
The tamper length is identical for Cube and Square containers.

Kind regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 17:24 Uhr


I ordered the Primo and the next day it was already delivered. Super service, also your starter pack. The result of the prepared smoothies is much better than with the blender (which I had used before).
Furthermore, all the information and recipes are very detailed, understandable and above all realistically written.
I still have one question: Is too long blending on level 10 harmful to fruits and vegetables?
I first blend on a lower level, when there is a coarse-grained pulp, I switch to level 10 for about a minute.

Best regards
(PS: where can I set a password to log in)?

Question submitted by Stefan on September 29, 2017 at 12:22 o'clock

Hello Stefan,

Thank you very much for the feedback!

In principle, blending is not a “unnatural” process, however, the ingredients are puréed even finer than our jaws/teeth would have managed in 1 minute – This makes the stomach happy.

Mixed food should also be chewed/salivated in the mouth, so that the enzymes in the mouth take effect and the appropriate digestive juices are activated in the stomach.

Bottom line: we believe the benefits of high-speed blending outweigh the drawbacks.
However, not every meal should be blended. Proper chewing with resistance also is (!) crucial.

Simply click on forgotten password and create a new one!

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 11:38 Uhr


the topic of nuts/seeds has already been addressed several times above, but it was always about the production of puree.
My question: Can the Primo also make "simple" flour from almonds, lentils, etc.?

Thank you very much,

Question submitted by Christo on September 29, 2017 at 12:20 o'clock

Hi Christo,

Thank you very much for your question. We have taken this question as an opportunity to try it out personally and can say with a clear conscience:
Works perfectly!

Best regards,


Beanwortet am 14.11.2017 um 20:59 Uhr

Hi, I also have a few questions ????

Since I will soon be a mom, I wonder if the Primo can also process carrots or apples into baby mash?
(Does not have to be warm, I can heat the purée on the stove if necessary)
I also would like to bake bread and cakes and wanted to ask if the device can also knead dough.

Greetings, Sina

Question submitted by Sina on September 29, 2017 at 12:09 o'clock

Hello Sina,

Carrots and apples are no problem for the Bianco Primo.

Kneading dough, on the other hand, is a pain for every high-speed blender we have tested so far (as of October 2017). A classic food processor is much better suited for this.

Vitamix in particular likes to advertise with kneading dough. However, they refer to dough types that are more common in the USA, such as pancake and crepe dough, both very liquid...

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 13:19 Uhr


I would like to ask again about the limits of the Primo (i.e., nut nuts and flours, etc.), which have already been mentioned several times, but this still is hard for me to understand.

What exactly does it mean that the motor is not designed for such tasks:
Does it take damage eventually,
does the preparation simply take too long, or
is the result less creamy compared to other blenders?!

Thank you for a brief orientation and
best regards


Question submitted by Peter on September 29, 2017 at 12:06 o'clock

Hello Peter,

we have successfully refuted the rumour that the Primo cannot prepare nut purée. We developed this almond paste recipe in the Primo.
Flour preparation also is no problem in the Primo.
Only doughs are problematic, but that's the case in any other high-speed blender…

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:37 Uhr


I am considering buying a Bianco Primo.
Do I have the option to test the device for 2 weeks and simply return it if I dislike it?

Is there also the possibility to order it immediately with the Square container?
Is it known whether there will be an on/off switch for subsequent models?

Thank you very much!

Question submitted by Carolin on September 29, 2017 at 12:01 o'clock

Dear Carolin,

This is possible under the 45-day money-back warranty.

The blender must only be returned clean with the complete scope of delivery in the original packaging.

As for the Square container, I'd be interested to know what you plan to do with it.
For green smoothies, the Primo standard container is highly recommended, which scores with a similar container shape as the Square.

It's best to call us to find out if the upgrade really is worth it for you: 030 44793423.

According to our information, an on/off switch is unfortunately not planned.

Best regards from Berlin

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 11:41 Uhr

Hi there. For some time I've been scouring the internet looking for the right blender for me. I had actually almost decided for the Omniblend and now I came across the Bianco Primo. With me, it is certain that I can not / do not want to spend more than 300€ and I want to make green smoothies, fruit smoothies, crushed ice and cocktails with ice. It should definitely be able to grind ice cubes regularly ????
Grinding nuts or grains is not on my to-do list. Am I better off with the Primo than the Omniblend? I'm a little put off by the thought of everything spilling out of the Primo container since it doesn't have a spout. And do you really have to hold it all the time?
Questions upon questions ... I hope for answers that help me!

Kind regards,

P.S.: the blender will be my first high-speed blender, so the decision is not easy for me.

Question submitted by Maren on September 29, 2017 at 11:54 o'clock

Hello dear Maren,

Thank you very much for your question.

The only real strength of the Omniblend compared to the Primo is the somewhat more convenient preparation of nut puree.

Otherwise, the Primo has a better performance for smoothies. It also does the dishes you mentioned:

"make green smoothies, fruit smoothies, crushed ice and cocktails with ice"

Best regards and enjoy trying it out!

Your team

Beanwortet am 24.10.2017 um 13:04 Uhr


What about the Nicecream recipes that you have recently published?
Can the Primo S also prepare nicecream?
It is not mentioned anywhere on the product page?


Question submitted by Saskia on September 29, 2017 at 11:49 o'clock

Hello Saskia,

for the ice cream creations, the mass must be pushed back down from the edge of the container with a tamper during blending.

The tamper does not reach into the corners of the container of the primo, which is why the blending process has to be interrupted occasionally. You can get used to this, especially if you don't make ice cream every day.

To protect the engine, the bananas should be cut into thin slices before freezing.

We especially appreciate the container shape when emptying. You can easily reach the corners with a spatula or spoon.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 12:06 Uhr

Hello all,

I unfortunately have stubborn deposits at the very bottom of the container and on the blades after 5 months of daily use.
Seems to come from the starch of the green ingredients.
Cleaning with vinegar and dishwashing liquid doesn't help. And I can't reach the corners at the bottom with my brushes.

Thanks in advance for your tips!

Question submitted by Svenja on September 29, 2017 at 11:46 o'clock

Dear Svenja,

yes, there can be residues stuck to the container.

I have had good experience with soda: Put a packet of soda (e.g. "Pure Soda" from Heitmann, or "Washing Soda" from Domol) and warm water in the container, leave to soak overnight, rinse/blend thoroughly with water and dry.

In general, it is important to always rinse the container with clean water (and a bit of dishwashing liquid) immediately after blending to minimize residues.

By the way – our cleaning brush, which we recommend for all blenders, easily reaches the corners of the container.

I hope I was able to help you.
Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 12:05 Uhr


am I correct in assuming that the Primo is not suitable for soy milk production because it was not designed for it?
Or are there tricks?

Thanks in advance!

Question submitted by Leonie on September 29, 2017 at 11:39 o'clock

Dear Leonie,

Thank you for your message.
You can also make soy milk in the Primo, that's no problem.
To do this, soak the soybeans overnight, pour off the water, place the beans with some water into the container and blend on full speed for about 1 minute.

Best regards and have fun trying it out.

Your team

Beanwortet am 29.09.2017 um 11:41 Uhr

Hello, I have a question.

This week I received my Bianco Primo, and I am confused.
Somehow it does not work for me, when I prepare an apple smoothie the peel is not completely crushed. Somehow, small pieces of peel always remain in it.
Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks in advance for the feedback.

Question submitted by Gabriele Klink on September 29, 2017 at 11:35 o'clock

Dear Gabriele,

The Bianco Primo is a great machine for a super price.
Actually, apple peels should not be a problem for him – the important thing is to at least quarter the apple, better eighth. Then enough liquid should be added so that the pieces also move in the container and can be chopped.

Kind regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 12:03 Uhr

Hello dear ones,

after being totally inspired by your Green Smoothies Challenge, I have decided after some deliberation to buy a real blender. I'm waffling between the Bianco Primo, Bianco forte and the Kenwood Blend-X Pro high performance blender BLP900BK.
Do you have any experience, especially with the Kenwood? Or which of the three would you recommend to me?

Kind regards from Nuremberg


Question submitted by Sabine Keß on September 29, 2017 at 11:14 o'clock

Hello Sabine,

We don't have any experience with the Kenwood – I had only tested it at the IFA 2016 in September, where also the almost identical Beko was presented and of course also the almost identical WMF.
These are just based on the concept of pure smoothie makers, which are not really made for the preparation of Nicecreams, Energy Balls and other treats. The tamper does not reach far enough into the corners...

The Primo actually can be found in the range, BUT you can also quickly turn off in between to get into the corners with the tamper. Thanks to the small, wide container, you can get into the corners better than with the Kenwood.

The Forte is just a bit quieter than the others, but apart from the 500 ml more capacity and the longer warranty period on the motor block and the cable rewind, it has no real advantages over the Bianco Primo.

In terms of smoothie creaminess, the Forte unfortunately cannot reach the level of the Primo with the additional Square container.
It clearly is the price-performance favourite.

Last but not least, the operation of the Primo is much more intuitive...

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 12:01 Uhr

Can I also make hot soups with the Primo and do you have there possibly also a few recipes for me?
Thanks in advance!

Question submitted by Kirsten on September 21, 2017 at 23:44 o'clock

Hello dear Kirsten,

thank you very much for your question.

In principle, there are two ways to make soups in the Primo:

1. You pre-cook the soup with ingredients on the stove and let it cool to below 100 degrees Celsius. Then you mix it again in the Primo on the highest speed until it is creamy.

2. Add the fresh raw ingredients directly to the Primo with enough liquid and blend on high speed until the soup is warm. Depending on the blending time, the soup can get really hot.

You will find some soup recipes here.

Best regards and have fun souping!

Your Team

Beanwortet am 26.07.2018 um 11:57 Uhr

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added: 3/26/2023 by Andreas B. Bremen
Quiet and good price/performance ratio
Nice support in choosing the right machine, pleasantly quiet compared to our previous machine and absolutely creamy green smoothies! The size of the container is borderline for us as two people, as we produce on average 1.5 liters. With our quantity, the lid is therefore always dirty from the inside and we have an increased cleaning effort, but the device is pleasantly small and does not seem so clunky in the kitchen, especially since the device is permanently there. For us, a larger container would therefore be pleasant. For a household with more than 2 people from our point of view therefore not suitable for green smoothies. However, the price / performance ratio is very good! Thanks to the Green Smoothie team!
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added: 3/6/2023 by Lara
Good product
Too small vessel, but otherwise super
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added: 1/27/2022 by Daniela Stürzinger
Best blender!
I got this blender today. I can only say it is amazing! Until now I had 2 cheaper blenders that have broken down and my Thermomix makes green smoothie not so fine. I am very satisfied and can only recommend the Primo S. Thank you to this site. Everyone is friendly and does everything with love and conviction! Shipping was incredibly fast!. Thanks again!
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added: 2/28/2019 by Volker
Great blender - but why no on/off switch?
I also finally treated myself to a high-speed blender, and it became the Bianco di Puro Primo Plus, because it fits under my wall cabinets in the kitchen. The device makes really wonderful smoothies, even for me as a beginner to make easily, if you follow the suggested recipes exactly. My expectations were more than met.
The only criticism would be the lack of an on/off switch to make the unit powerless. The On/Off symbol on the rotary switch is somewhat misleading in this respect. I noticed it only when putting into use that you can not really turn the blender "OFF" with it. Then I have read again and again long and wide in the manual and looked at the device itself on all sides, even under (!) - no, NO off switch there. Well, then you have to get a socket switch, so that you do not always have to pull the plug after use.
But otherwise, the Primo+ is a great device, I would not want to miss it.
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added: 3/27/2018 by Adela
A very good blender at an affordable price
I used a blender from WMF (up to 24,000 revolutions) for a few years. When he gave up the ghost, I was really looking forward to my Bianco di Puro Primo. - The first few days I was almost disappointed. My WMF blender also blended the smoothies very creamy, so the explosive change I expected didn't happen. I did notice that they smoothies might actually be a little smoother, but I imagined it differently. Until today. Today, I blended up a pineapple. Wow, there are no hairs in it! The smoothie is just heavenly. Creamy. It doesn't compare to what I've known before. It's not just the consistency - the taste is just different because of the perfect chopping, it's not "vegetable and fruit match" but a real smoothie. - So if anyone really blends often, and uses more "difficult" ingredients like pineapple, mangoes (they can be fibrous too), kale, savoy cabbage, etc, I highly recommend the Bianco di Puro Primo. Really a very good blender, at an affordable price.
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added: 2/7/2018 by Antje G.
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I have had my Bianco di Puro Primo for about 3 months now. He looks just great and I am still totally thrilled. I used to have a small blender that often did not get the ginger small. You don't bite chia seeds, carrots or grapes now either. Now everything is so delicious creamy and even my husband is thrilled, who has always thought the small blender is good :-)
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added: 1/24/2018 by Ulrike
Pure enthusiasm
First of all, a huge praise to the uncomplicated processing and super-fast delivery. Love at first sight. The green Bianco di Puro Primo looks even better "in real" than in the pictures. And the first test.....mmmmh. How could I prepare for years my beloved green smoothies only in a conventional "high-speed blender"? Love and many, many thanks for the first class service.
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added: 1/8/2018 by Till
Kale smoothies made easy
While kale smoothies with the blender always resulted in a mush that was suitable for chewing but not for drinking, I tried my luck in the supermarket. Here there is now quite a large selection of smoothies. Anyone who has ever tried them knows: sugar, sugar, sugar and hardly any fiber. However, they had one advantage over my porridge: they could be drunk without chewing!
So I looked for ways to get my homemade smoothies, where you know what's in it, finer and first came across Vitamix, which is probably "the" brand in the premium blender area, so to speak. But they also charge better than the competition and with my kitchen and current smoothie drinking habits, I thought more than three times, whether I want to put such a large device in the kitchen and want to spend so much money, with the risk that it just stands around unused.

Since I wanted a small blender and the Bianco di Puro Primo was just within budget, I decided to go for the blender. When the package then arrived, first positive surprise. In person, I find the stainless steel look even higher quality than in the pictures. That's a good start.

Then the first smoothie in the new blender: WOW. I can really get used to that. It's great to drink, has lots of fiber, and leaves no pieces left to chew. This is exactly what I was dreaming of. I am really very happy with the blender and use it currently really at least once a day!
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added: 12/21/2017 by Sabine
Smoothie will be better than in the Thermomix!
Consistency-unique! My girlfriend, as a proud Thermomix-user, has had to admit after a weekend that the Thermomix does not create this green smoothie consistency - the result was that she then took the Bianco di Puro Primo from your showroom and like me is super satisfied with it.
This is not an advertisement - just an advice, if you like the green smoothie, then invest - your health will thank you! The appetite behavior "regulates", for example, the craving for sweets settles on the "normal measure" or decreases or nuts are rather in the race than Chocolate, etc..
Really a great blender, we are both thrilled!
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added: 12/18/2017 by Martin
Nothing to complain about
Use the blender now for about half a year and am completely satisfied. Purrs like a kitten and the smoothies are blended super fine. Thumbs up!
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added: 12/13/2017 by Jenny
Absolutely recommendable!
I use my Primo now for 1 year daily and find him just great. The blending result is top - absolutely recommendable for green smoothies. I also like to use it for quick soups or nut milks. Also goes super easy. Great blender!
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added: 12/6/2017 by Marc
Super blender, easy to use!
The blender is very easy to operate. In principle, there is only one control element: This is the jog dial.

The more you turn it up, the faster (and louder) it gets.

Now the most important thing: Can it chop avocado seeds and what is the performance like?

So compared to my previous Philips blender: worlds!
While I needed toothpicks for some, creative smoothie creations, this is completely absent with the Bianco di Puro Primo. I honestly had not expected that and am therefore even more convinced of this blender!

Avocado seeds, crush ice, even almond paste according to the recipe here on the site has actually worked (please do not omit the roasting, otherwise it takes FOREVER!!!).

For me, this blender is a safe bank, because I know he really gets everything small. I did not know that from blenders until now.... TOP recommendation!
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added: 12/5/2017 by Thommy
Top blender!
Easy operation, technically flawless, ingenious-creamy smoothies! What more could you want!
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added: 12/4/2017 by JCi
A Primo
Small for the kitchen and for the wallet, but big for the smoothie and the pleasure. Thank you, Bianco di Puro!
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added: 12/1/2017 by Wiebke
Super device, super price-performance ratio!
After I had to struggle with some blenders, I have now purchased the Bianco di Puro Primo and I must say, it was really worth it! Finally, I can enjoy smoothies that are really so creamy fine, as it is always described in the high-speed blenders. The difference in the blending result is really very noticeable. Also the cleanup is super fast! Simply add water and a bit of dishwashing liquid to the container, put the lid on and let the device run for a short time. Then turn off the device and pour out the contents, possibly rinse again with clean water. The customer service is impeccable and helped me a lot in the decision! Thanks for that and also for the fast delivery!!! All in all - super device! Super price-performance ratio!
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added: 10/30/2017 by Melanie
Simply thrilled!
We have had the Primo for about 1 week and are thrilled.
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added: 9/29/2017 by Maria
I am thrilled!

since yesterday I can also count myself among the happy owners of a Bianco di Puro Primo.

I am still a real novice in the field of green smoothies and have so far always shied away from an expensive high-performance blender. But this device really blows me away! It blends such creamy smoothies that taste unlike smoothies from conventional blenders. I'm really amazed at how fiber-free the Bianco di Puro Primo presents its result and how well all ingredients blend.
The decisive factor for the purchase was your video comparison between the Bianco di Puro Primo and the OmniBlend. I was immediately impressed by the result and at the price I honestly did not think twice. And you have not promised too much!
Overall, a really great device for the preparation of tasty green smoothies!

P.S. Your site overall is really helpful for me as a newbie. It provides a great overview of a wide variety of topics! I am really excited and will recommend you guys! :-)

Best regards
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added: 9/29/2017 by Ralf
Super blender

I have also tested the blender extensively and find it very good. The problem with the standby power can only be solved with a socket switch. There are for a few euros in the hardware store.

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added: 9/29/2017 by Captain Howdy
Hooray, it's here!
The first green smoothie was not quite homogeneous, because I had taken a bit too much water, that is: It has settled a bit at the bottom. But as I said, that was my mistake.

The comminution is despite "only" 28,000 revolutions of absolute madness - not a SINGLE fiber was recognizable anymore. Even hard -18 ° C ice cubes have left the device literally cold.

As for the volume: it is really bearable. I recently stood in a smoothie store, where a business Vitamix rattled, which I found with (!) Soundproof housing as at least as loud.

What could be improved, however (has also been written here) is the missing spout, although this is not really bad. So far, in any case, was not spilled.

Really not particularly well thought out, on the other hand, is the lack of an on/off switch - the few cents certainly wouldn't have been too much of a loss on the profit margin. The device is always in standby as soon as the jug sits on the motor. Of course, this can be remedied by pulling the plug (but if it's routed under a kitchen counter with a bezel, this proves a bit difficult), or by not placing the pitcher directly in the bezel, but turning it a bit so that it sits on the rubber feet instead of sliding between them. This prevents the contact from closing and puts an end to the annoying blinking next to the dial.
I hope Bianco di Puro improves this as soon as possible! After all, they write sustainability big on the flag.

However, these criticisms do not affect the performance of the mixer. I am absolutely satisfied and I would advise anyone who is looking for a device for beginners to take advantage of the introductory price!
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added: 8/6/2017 by Britta
A worthwhile purchase!
I am also super satisfied!
However, I would have a suggestion for improvement: I would like it better if the blender jar would be made of glass! Possibly also as an extra accessory to buy or that you could order the blender alternatively with plastic or glass container.
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added: 7/19/2017 by Christine
Waited far too long to purchase....
I have been drinking green smoothies for quite a long time and have done so long before it became so popular in Germany. This form of nutrition and being well supplied with nutrients really convinced me in the long term and is doing it again very much.

Over the years, I have tried several blenders:
I started with an ordinary used household blender. By filling hot soup into the glass container, this cracked and it was a new acquisition :-(.
It became the Personal Blender from Keimling. A great little particle, whose cup I still like to use for transporting smoothies. Through my many years of regular use, however, I know the weak points. The seals from the blender lid wear out too quickly for me, and then there's quite a mess: at the very least, the smoothie spills into the machine, sometimes onto the countertop...
It turned out that someone gave away his used Power Mill cheap.
So I finally got a high-speed blender, too. It broke down after faithful years because of a worn ball bearing. The manufacturer does not offer a repair service.
Now I have the Bianco di Puro Primo for about a month and daily at least once in use.
I am very enthusiastic about him. The smoothies become very nice and creamy and "fluffy" and that, although I like to take wild herbs. Extra to try I had even bought now in the summer black cabbage and even with it the shake is unheard of tender and nice homogeneous. So tasty, although I had a high-speed blender before. With that I really had ear protectors on. Now I no longer need them!
My new friend has been been "infected" by my diet, notices the difference between eating salad and enjoying a green smoothie and has a real craving for the fruity-green mixture.
The higher purchase by my standards is really worth the price because of the good results. Especially when the free and nutrient-rich wild herbs are added, because they have never been so small and finely distributed with me.

The Primo does what it should, namely amazing green smoothies and I think it's great!
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added: 12/3/2016 by eckehardt
top device
a super high performance blender for smoothies and soups
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added: 6/21/2016 by Ingo Soboll
Hello dear team of Green Smoo...
Hello dear team of GrueneSmoothies,

i have been using the Bianco di Puro Primo for a good year now and I am still fully enthusiastic because of the good price/performance ratio. The fresh smoothies in the morning taste very good and have a great creamy consistency. They have changed my "menu" permanently and really positive. Your customer service has thrilled me because even a small replacement part issue was quickly addressed and answered in an uncomplicated manner. Gladly again.

Thank you very much - best regards, Ingo
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added: 5/23/2016 by Michelle Moliere
Have the Primo now for two days
Have the Primo now for two days and have already tried superviel. The smoothies are viieell better than with my blender - that I had so really not expected. Now I'm looking forward to your next 21-Day-Challenge and your recipes. Looking forward to it and will mix what the stuff holds ;)
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added: 2/27/2016 by Wolfgang Tramposch
Use the Bianco di Puro Primo now for more than a week
I've been using the Bianco di Puro Primo for a little over a week now and the results are well above my expectations. The smoothies that conjures the Bianco really live up to their name. Very fine consistency no pieces, no matter with what ingredients the smoothie is prepared. Had previously a classic blender and the difference is huge. Price / performance is absolutely top. Smoke development is also very moderate and cleaning is super fast. So the time required for a fresh smoothie, which you prepare in the morning, is very limited. Full points from me. The team from GrueneSmoothies did not promise too much in the comparison test.
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added: 12/28/2015 by Daniela Reuter
Got me for Christmas the Bianco di Puro Primo
Gave myself the Bianco di Puro Primo for Christmas, after I have prepared my green smoothies for half a year with a normal household blender, which slowly but surely mixed worse and worse. Now I ask myself, why did I wait so long? A difference like day and night! Super, I look forward every morning to mix and am super happy with the Bianco di Puro Primo!
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added: 12/15/2015 by Hans Müller
Hello dear ones.
Hello dear ones. I wanted to thank you again at the end of the year for your great advice in your store. Over a year we "drink" now already green smoothies that we get with the Bianco di Puro Primo great. I also prepare almond paste for some time with it..and he has also convinced me very much. Thanks also for getting to know the Trapango. Crazy, never thought it would work like that. Thank you and all the best for the next year, your loyal customer Gudrun Müller
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added: 11/26/2015 by Susanne Gerum
i like to drink smoothies very much ...
i like to drink smoothies or just a shake and I'm a barfer, that is I prepare vegetables raw and that must then be finely pureed. Previously had a WMF blender that has unfortunately given up the "ghost" in the raw vegetables. Am so far super satisfied with the primo...let's see what he does with my vegetables that I have not yet tried ;-)
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added: 10/20/2015 by Alexander Handen
We are very satisfied
We are very pleased with the Bianco di Puro Primo, a great blender for a small price. Shipping was very fast!
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added: 9/11/2014 by Ruth Melzer
Great compliment
Hello! First of all a big compliment: delivery in 36 hours! Store easy to use, device neatly packaged. This is my first high speed blender, have long struggled with me so much money to spend on a blender. But it's worth it, I've never had such a creamy smoothie! With my 79 € blender that has not worked! In addition, it leaked when I added lettuce. So I'm really looking forward to experimenting further and enjoy smooth smoothies!

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