Vitamix Pro 300

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Vitamix Pro 300

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799.00 
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Creamiest smoothies, ever!

Green Smoothie in the Vitamix Pro 750

Creamy, fluffy, light and fine - just wow!
The Vitamix Pro 300 creates green smoothies that taste more like a delicious dessert than a healthy green drink.
In other words, there is no blender that makes creamier green smoothies.
Once you've had one, you're definitely hooked.

Thanks to its design, the vitamix pro 300 fits into any kitchen. Whether large or small kitchen, the pro 300 finds its spot.

Highlights of the Vitamix Pro 300

  • Creamiest green smoothie consistency compared to any blender we've ever tested, thanks to the highest blade tip speed under load (shared with the Vitamix Pro 750).
  • Space-saving: Fits under any kitchen cabinet - the convenient container fills, cleans and empties in a snap.
  • Precise: Manual control for pinpoint preparation
  • Design: Proven Vitamix operating concept with a new look
  • 7-year Vitamix full warranty on all parts incl. container and tamper (for purely private use)

Overview

Preparation possibilities with the Vitamix Pro 300

Vitamix Pro 300 with Nicecream and Green Smoothie

The Vitamix Pro 300 and the deluxe Vitamix Pro 750 variant, definitely are among the best smoothie blenders in the world. No other blender produces smoothies that are this creamy and fluffy. The following preparations also turn out excellently:

  • Ultra-fine, creamy green smoothies
  • Fruit and vegetable smoothies
  • Delicious vegan milk, such as almond or hazelnut milk
  • Fresh pestos, dips and sauces
  • Sinfully delicious ice creations (fruit and milk ice cream, vegan ice cream), sorbets, frozen yogurt & nicecreams
  • Crushed Ice
  • Hot soups, sauces, fondues and chocolates heated by friction heat in minutes
  • Raw food: creations of all kinds, such as chunky salsa, Italian pesto, chopped vegetables, soups or chopped nuts and almonds
  • Healthy, fresh, vital baby porridge
  • Homemade nut butter or nut puree made from almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, peanuts, etc.
  • Chopped root vegetables for carrot salad, for example

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Preparation quantities

Vitamix Pro 300 container with filling

Due to the long high-speed blades, the bottom of the container is wider than usual, this requires higher minimum quantities. If these are too high, it is recommended to purchase a 1.4 liter container. The minimum quantity for liquid preparations such as smoothies, almond milk or soups is about 500 ml. For thicker preparations, such as almond butter or nicecreams (ice cream), about 800 ml are required. If that is too much, you should definitely order the 1.4 liter container.

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Handling & operation of the Vitamix Pro 300

Vitamix Pro 300 motor block in black

The Vitamix Pro 300 is put into stand-by mode by a "real" on/off switch on the right side of the housing. This saves power and prevents accidental turning-on the blender. When the Vitamix Pro 300 is switched on, two LEDs light up the symbols for Start/Stop and Pulse. To start, the desired speed is selected using the jog dial. Then either the pulse button is held down or the start/stop button is tapped down once (start) and tapped up if you waant the blender to stop. Easy operation with full control, everyone can quickly work this out!

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Is the Vitamix Pro 300 loud?

The volume always depends on the operating speed. The faster, the louder. With 83 dB at maximum speed, the Vitamix Pro 300 is within the usual noise level. If you are sensitive to loud noises, blending at a lower speed is an option (and thus much quieter). The blending result definitely doesn't have to be coarser - the slow speed in the Pro 300 usually blends much finer smoothies than most other blenders.

Pro tip: To reduce the noise level of the Vitamix Pro 300, it is worth buying the Revo2Pads noise-cancelling mat.

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Cleaning the Vitamix Pro 300

Cleaning the Vitamix Pro 300 container

The Vitamix Pro 300 is cleaned quickly. Hold the container under running water and rinse it out. Alternatively, you can let the blender do the job: Water and a drop of detergent in the container - maximum speed for 10-30 seconds - rinse under running water - done.

Cleaning the Vitamix Pro 300 motor block

You can easily clean the motor block with a damp cloth. The rubber mat on the motor block can also be removed.

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Recommended accessories for the Vitamix Pro 300

If you want to prepare small quantities (smoothies + pestos + nut purees from 250 ml, ice cream + nicecreams from 400 ml), the Vitamix 1.4 liter container is an ideal addition to the Pro 300.

Prepare smaller quantities of Nicecream with the Vitamix Pro 300 in the Vitamix 1.4 litre container.

Alternatively, for regularly grinding coffee and cereals, the Vitamix grinding container (dry container) is recommended. For occasional grinding, the included container is also suitable, but the container will become blind/milky over time, so you won't be able to see the container contents very well. When blending smoothies, you want to see what happens inside the container. The grinding container also is suitable for thick liquids, such as nut puree and pesto preparations from 250 ml, as well as nicecreams/ice cream from 400 ml. However, it is not made for liquids. On the other hand, you can expect absolutely comparable grinding results from the 1.4-litre container.

Vitamix Trockenbehälter 0,9 Liter Mahlbehälter
Vitamix Dry Grains Container
179.00 €

Therefore, we recommend the Vitamix 1.4 liter container as the ideal complement to the Vitamix Pro 300.

Vitamix 1,4-Liter-Behälter mit Stößel
Vitamix 1.4 Liter Container
189.00 €

If you buy an additional container with your Vitamix blender, you will receive a discount per additional container. In addition, the warranty period of the container is extended from 3 to 7 years when purchased together with a Vitamix blender.

We like to call the package consisting of the Vitamix Pro 300 with one or more additional containers the Vitamix Super Pro 300.

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Technical specification - Vitamix Pro 300

  • Blade tip speed: 298 km/h (with 1.5 l of water)
  • Power: 2.2 horsepower; 220 - 240 volts / 50 Hz - 60 Hz; 1200 - 1400 watts
  • Revolutions: 1500 rpm to 22000 rpm. (throttled)
  • Dimensions (width x height x depth): 19,6 x 44,2 x 23,9 cm
  • Weight: approx. 5.6 kg
  • Material: 100 % Tritan plastic (BPA-free); Suitable for temperatures up to 100°C
  • Controls: Jog dial with 10 variable speed settings, on/off switch on right edge, start/stop button on right, pulse button on left
  • Container: 2.0 liter container Pro incl. Vitamix tamper (medium)
  • Volume of container: 2 liters
  • Blade type and material: laser-cut stainless steel blade with 4 blades (9.7 cm diameter)
  • Safety features: overheating and overload protection

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Vitamix Pro 300 with Smoothies, Ingredients and Nicecream

Safety features of the Vitamix Pro 300

  • Overheat protection: as soon as the motor is Overheat, it shuts down for a few minutes to cool down. It then is ready for use again.
  • Speed throttling - accidental starting: If the ON/OFF switch on the front is activated and the appliance is connected to electricity while the main power switch on the side is set "ON", the blender will start immediately but will be throttled down to the lowest speed level. If the ON/OFF switch in the front is switched OFF and ON again, the throttle is cancelled.

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Vitamix Pro 300 Scope of delivery:

Vitamix Pro 300 Scope of delivery

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Warranty of the Vitamix Pro 300

For purely private use:

  • Motor block: 7 years
  • Container: 7 years
  • Tamper: 7 years

Full warranty policy on the Vitamix website »

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Vitamix Pro 300 Test

When I bought my first high-speed blender many years ago, the market was very clear: only one model was available in Europe. The only question was whether to buy it - or not? Today, the situation has become even more confusing and the huge range of blenders does not make decision-making any easier. Curse and blessing at the same time, great new blenders are launched from time to time. The question is: Does the Vitamix Pro 300 belong in this category?

Over the last four months, I have tested the Pro 300 intensively in daily use. Enough time to try out a wide variety of ingredients and recipes.

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How good are green smoothies in the Vitamix Pro 300?

Vitamix Pro 300 Green Smoothies

This answer is not difficult: consistently perfect. I have tested many smoothie makers over the past few years. The Vitamix Pro 300 is absolutely top class. The goal of breaking down as much as possible at the cellular level is accomplished to perfection. All fibrous ingredients are pureed super fine. It doesn't matter if they are classic winter ingredients (like chard or kale) or summer ingredients (like nettles or goutweed). You should see the colour of the smoothie after blending large green spinach leaves. In direct comparison with "simple" high-speed blenders, this color difference is clearly visible.

I was really impressed by the blending result of passion fruit or lemon. Especially in wintertime, I like to use one of these ingredients to freshen up the somewhat musty taste of kale. I always use the whole fruit flesh, i.e. with seeds. Of course, the Pro 300 can' t magically make these seeds disappear. The seeds are so finely crushed that you don't even notice them when drinking your smoothie. This has put a smile on my face every time I have tested the smoothies: The preparation of green smoothies is really fun!

When it comes to the question of perfectly blended green smoothies, I currently know no better device. This result is not a real surprise, the Pro 300 is technically a Vitamix Pro 750 without time programs.

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Differences between Vitamix Pro 300 and Pro 750

In some blogs and descriptions, the Pro 300 is referred to as the "little brother" of the Pro 750. I find this misleading in some ways. These blenders are identical in the three most important features: container, blade and motor. I'm more inclined to call the Pro 750 the 'de luxe' version of the Pro 300. In addition to the features of the Pro 300, the Pro 750 has five automatic programs and a very high-quality stainless steel casing.

Product features of the Vitamix Pro 300 in a nutshell:

  • On the right side there is a toggle switch: up = start, down = stop
  • Jog dial for variable speed adjustment : the Jog dial in the middle has a label from 1 - 10 for variable speed adjustment . This makes operation super simple for the user - the blender can be operated intuitively. Nevertheless, this simple operation does not mean any restriction in the range of applications: Unlike almost all blenders available on the market, the Pro 300 can also operate at minimum speed. Every other speed is variably adjustable .
  • The pulse button is located on the left: pressed button = start, released button = stop. This function is helpful for pinpoint accuracy, which is needed for pesto and other chunky preparations.
  • There is an operating switch at the back right - this saves electricity.
  • No noticeable temperature rise when preparing (green) smoothies.
  • 7-year warranty for private use.
  • Available in three colors: a somewhat retro-looking creamy white, a bold red, or classic black.

Here's how to prepare a green smoothie in the Pro 300: First, start on a low speed level. Turn the speed control to minimum, then flip the start switch up. Then turn the speed control to maximum and let it "run". After approx. 45 seconds, everything is finely pureed and the blender is stopped with the stop button.

Conclusion:

Until now, the winner when it comes to the finest and creamiest green smoothies has been the Vitamix Pro 750. If you can do without the time programs of the Pro 750 and the stainless steel look, you get all the other technical advantages of the premium model at a much lower price.

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Vitamix Pro 300 alternatives

Vitamix Pro 300 in black

Vitamix Pro 300 vs. Vitamix Pro 750

The Vitamix Pro 300 is more or less the purist version of the Vitamix Pro 750. Solid and without frills:

  1. It comes without the 5 time programs that promise more convenience. For friends of precise, manual control, this is not a real disadvantage - as most blending processes require less than 60 seconds. However, friends of the soup programme know how convenient it is to know that your blender automatically turns off. You can mess around in the kitchen or living room and don't have to worry about the blender. The Pro 750 knows what it is doing!
  2. The high-quality stainless steel casing of the Vitamix Pro 750 is unfortunately not available for the Pro 300.

The sacrifice of these "luxury" features is rewarded with an attractive price.

Vitamix Pro 750 Perlgrau front von links
Vitamix Pro 750
"Crème de la crème"

Regular Price: 999.00

Special Price 969.00 €

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Vitamix Pro 300 vs. Vitamix TNC 5200

The Vitamix Pro 300 is suitable for prospective buyers who are looking for the ultimate smoothie kick and either rarely prepare smaller quantities or are willing to purchase a 1.4 liter container:

  1. Pleasure: The green smoothies from the Pro 300 are even creamier than those from the Vitamix TNC 5200.
  2. Practical: The "wide 2.0 liter container" of the Vitamix Pro 300 offers real advantages over the long "2.0 liter container" of the Vitamix TNC 5200:
    1. The large diameter of the pro 300 container makes filling even easier
    2. The wide containers allows larger pieces of ingredients, therefore there is less preparation work. For example, while apples have to be quartered to fit into the TNC container, they could even be processed as a whole in the Pro 300 container.
    3. The space between the knife and the container is enough to conveniently remove residues between the knives.
    4. The container perfectly fits in the sink, while the long container of the TNC often interferes with the faucet.
  3. Modern design: The look is contemporary, while the Vitamix TNC 5200 has hardly changed for decades.
  4. Upgradeable: Along with the 1.4 liter container, the Vitamix Pro 300 is "full-featured." Smoothies and soups become unrivaled creamy in the included 2 liter container, and for pestos, nicecreams and coffee beans, the 1.4 liter container is ideal. Perfect!

Disadvantages compared to the Vitamix TNC 5200:

  1. For small preparation quantities (250 - 500 ml smoothies; 500 - 800 ml nut puree, ice cream), an additional container, such as the Vitamix 1.4 liter container is needed. The included Vitamix 2.0 liter container on the TNC 5200 is suitable for both small and large quantities. Therefore, no additional container is needed here.
Vitamix TNC 5200 2-Liter Standard-Edition diagonal
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"Timeless all-rounder"
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Regular Price: 699.00

Special Price 654.56 €

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Questions & Answers about the Product

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Hello, why is the Pro 300 more expensive than the A2300i? The A2300i has 10 years warranty, the better safety system, has a display with time display and the container is dishwasher safe? LG

Question submitted by Claudia on November 3, 2021 at 20:00 o'clock

Hello Claudia,

thank you very much for your message.

The Pro 300 is hardly available – which is the main reasons for the price.

The Ascent series from Vitamix has not been on the European market for too long, but also has many advantages. Especially the digital features, the current price is set by Vitamix itself.

The blending result is the same for both devices.

Kind regards from Berlin :- )

Betsy

Beanwortet am 12.03.2021 um 13:05 Uhr

Hello all,

i am currently considering switching to a Vitamix blender.
I use a blender of a German brand, which also has a motor with 1200 watts and a maximum speed of 23,000 revolutions per minute.
However, this one has never been able to fully convince me. For example, it does not manage to crush raspberry seeds and smoothies are still quite "rough" from the texture.
A few years ago, the manufacturers of high-speed blenders always advertised that you can only achieve good results with smoothies from about 30,000 revolutions. I assumed that my previous blender just wasn't spinning fast enough to match, say, a Vitamix TNC 5200, which is supposed to manage 37,000 revolutions in turbo mode. Newer models like the Pro 300, on the other hand, are limited to much lower speeds.
What is the reason that these are still better than the TNC 5200 and play in a different league than my previous blender?

Many greetings,
Nils

Question submitted by Nils on December 6, 2019 at 11:02 o'clock

Hello Nils,

thank you very much for your question.

The speed specifications that manufacturers usually use are purely theoretical and may be impossible to reproduce in practice. The problem is also amplified by the fact that the resistance created by the ingredient's in the container slows down the motor significantly. However, this varies depending on the blender.

For example, we had tested all well-known blender models in the laboratory with 1.5 liters of water in it. Not a single one exceeded 20,000 revolutions (despite manufacturer specifications of up to 40,000 rpm and 1,500 watts) and the front-runner was the TNC 5200 with approx. 18,300 revolutions, then the Pro 500 with 17,000 (same motor, controlled differently) and then the Pro 300/750 with approx. 16,500. But even under these conditions, the speed can be artificially increased by shortening the blade and bending it sharply upwards because the motor has less resistance as a result. However, resistance is essential in blending so that the raspberry seeds become smaller. In this respect, knives with a larger circumference are preferable and more resistance is desirable.

And indeed, the knives on the TNC 5200 have a smaller circumference than those on the Pro 300, 7.25 cm on the TNC 5200 and 9.7 cm on the Pro 300. That is over 33 percent more.

However, the speed in this practical example is only 10 percent lower, which means that the speed at the knife tip is significantly higher on the Pro 300: 298 km/h vs. 250 km/h, i.e. 19.2 percent faster at the knife tip.

This also explains why raspberry seeds become smaller in the Pro 300 than in the TNC 5200.

Here is an illustrative video where the Pro 750 (same motor/vessel as Pro 300) is compared with the TNC 5200, unfortunately not with raspberry seeds, but with apples.

The difference can clearly be seen in the last part of the video.

More information about the features of a good smoothie blender can be found here.

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 14.06.2019 um 15:42 Uhr

Hi, I'm wavering back and forth between the Pro 300 and the TNC5200 and am unsure if the bit more creaminess in smoothies are enough arguments for the higher price. I process mostly smaller quantities, just for me and would therefore need a 1.4l container for the Pro 300... I keep coming across the Explorian E310 – what is the difference? You guys don't sell that?
The ascent series with all the latest technical features is not what I'm looking for… but one question that pops up in my head: will there still be accessories for the old series in the future?
Otherwise, maybe an A2500i with additional smaller cup would still be an option....
I mostly prepare smoothies, nut purees, spreads and chop vegetables with my blender....

Question submitted by Sarah on March 18, 2019 at 12:16 o'clock

Hi Sarah,

thank you very much for your questions.

The Vitamix Pro 300 unfortunately is sold out and will not be back.

The alternative would be the Pro 750 at a noticeably higher price. For nut puree, however, the optional 1.4-liter container would be mandatory.

We also offer the E310 and it is quite comparable to the TNC 5200, only with a 1.4-liter container instead of a 2-liter container, although the minimum preparation quantities are the same. Only the maximum quantity is higher on the TNC 5200.

As far as accessories for the classic models are concerned, it can be assumed that the parts that are currently offered will also be offered in the future, but probably nothing new will be added.

The A2500i would not be our recommendation for nut purees as there is no 1.4 liter container and we still don't know if or when that will come.

Whether TNC 5200, E310 or Pro 750 with 1.4 liter container, these are all excellent options. You can't go wrong there!

Best regards,

Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team

Beanwortet am 19.03.2019 um 10:13 Uhr

I have almost decided on the Vitamix Pro 300 and would also like the 1.4 liter container in addition to the 2 liter container. Does the included tamper also fit the small container, or do I have to be careful not to touch the blades?

Many greetings
Birgit

Question submitted by Birgit Wischnewski on September 2, 2019 at 18:04 o'clock

Hello Birgit,

thanks for the question and first of all congratulations for the great choice!

The scope of delivery includes both tampers, we deliver the tamper with the 1.4 liter container (some shops don't).

If you only want to use one tamper instead of both for simplicity, only the short tamper of the 1.4 liter container, the middle one does not fit through the lid opening of the 1.4 liter container.

This makes sense: if you have both containers to choose from, viscous preparations tend to be made in the 1.4-liter container and the 2-liter container is used for liquids. You rarely need the tamper with liquid preparations, and if you do, the short tamper will do.

If you don't have a drawer under the blender, the tamper holder may be worth your while. This way the tamper is always at hand and has its fixed place.

With kind regards
Your GrueneSmoothies.com team

Beanwortet am 20.03.2019 um 10:28 Uhr

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Reviews

[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 1/13/2019 by Vera S.
Super device and super service!
Have made my smoothies so far in the blender attachment of the food processor. With the Pro 300 they are much creamier and taste even better. In the 2 liter container I can make the amount for 2 people at once, which saves time
The package was significantly damaged during transport, so the motor block, despite careful packaging, had a scratch. He was quickly exchanged without any problems. Very nice service!
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 10/3/2016 by Petra
Still enthusiastic!
I've had my Vitamix pro 300 for over a year now and I'm still thrilled with it. The blender is almost daily at least once in use, it is my first high-speed blender, which I bought mainly for making green smoothies.
I wavered at the time of purchase (because of the lower container) between the Pro 750 and 300, then decided on the Pro 300 because I thought I could do without automatic programs even as an inexperienced beginner. After more than a year, I can still say that this decision was exactly right for me. The blending times are usually quite short (1-2 minutes), so if you stand next to the device during the blending process and watch the blending process carefully, it works great without automatic programs!
Today I use my Vitamix for green smoothies, nut milks, pesto, dips, spreads, creams, respectively, and am very, very satisfied with my "super blender"!!!
When I bought it, I had opted for a 0.9 liter additional container for the production of smaller quantities (eg pesto). The decision I have regretted a little in the meantime, because I have found that the 1.4 liter additional container would have been the better choice. The 0.9 liter container was simply too small for me, so that I have now bought a 1.4 liter additional container. I should have opted for this right from the start! For smaller quantities (250 - 500 ml) is from my point of view an additional container already very recommendable, because the large 2 liter container is not suitable for this due to the wide footprint. Due to the wide base, the filling height is simply too low for a good blending result. The 1.4 liter container is simply the better choice here. Now I have three blender jars and use the 0.9 liter jar for occasional grinding of cereal, etc. The 0.9 liter wet container has incidentally disappeared from the offer of most suppliers today, probably others have also found that the 1.4 liter container as a supplement to the Pro 300 and 750 is the better choice and therefore the very small container has probably not proven itself in practice.
Overall, I have not regretted the purchase to this day, even though it is already a relatively expensive purchase. But the investment is really worth it in my view, once you have decided to purchase a high-speed blender! I always like to recommend this Vitamix to friends, acquaintances and work colleagues.
[5 of 5 Stars]
added: 2/18/2016 by Klaas Liebig
The Vitamix Professional Series ...
I bought the Vitamix Professional Series 300 pretty much right after it came out in the summer of 2015. Thank you for the great advice. Since I already owned a Vitamix TNC 5200, it was clear that it should be a Vitamix again. The successor has actually only interested me because the smoothies in the Pro 300 should be even creamier.
I then tried it out right away and indeed. Even the finest greens, such as lamb's lettuce are in the Pro 300 again a touch finer. Kale and co. anyway. Even raspberry seeds become finer again, but noticeable residual particles remain. The container is also somewhat flatter, which makes filling and emptying more practical. (I bump into the faucet less often) Also, the ingredients do not get stuck in the container as often as in the TNC 5200. The blender has convinced me so much in the end that I parted with my old TNC 5200.

Here are the main differences between the two blenders:

Design: while the TNC 5200 looks more like a Volvo from the 80s, the Pro 300 comes across as fresher and also takes up a little less space because it's not as tall.

Build quality: Perfect, "indestructible"

Operation: Something has changed here. The left switch is now no longer "Highest Speed" as on the TNC 5200, but a pulse button, so as long as you hold that down, it runs at the speed that is set. Also, the right switch is no longer toggle, but only to tap. That means it returns to the original position after each press. By the way, there is now also a real power switch on the right side.

What is also noticeable: The TNC 5200 always reacted very directly when the speed was changed. This is no longer the case with Pro 300. For example, if you start at maximum speed (typical for smoothies and soups), it starts slowly and pulls up.

Volume: filled, it makes no real difference, however, the Pro 300 sounds different, a bit "flatter", the TNC 5200 more "meaty". Sorry, can not describe it better.

Taste: As already described, the smoothies are creamier than in the TNC 5200.

Conclusion: The Vitamix Professional Series 300 is really top class. Even creamier than TNC 5200. Since I got a good price for the old one on this auction platform, the switch was cheaper than expected. In any case, a recommendation!

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