Vitamix S30: IH+HS 2014 Demo

At the 2014 International Home + Housewares Show, Vitamix introduced their upcoming Vitamix S30 personal blender. Viewpoints staff were there to get a first look at a demonstration of the new blender for reviewers.

Vitamix S30

Vitamix S30 Personal Blender

Vitamix S30 specs

  • 20 oz & 40 oz container compatible
  • Metal drive system
  • Powerful Vitamix motor
  • Pulse control
  • Variable speed control
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Interchangeable blade base with laser cut blades

Personal and efficient

The Vitamix S30 personal blender boasts the same power as other Vitamix blenders, but with the ability to blend smaller portions directly in the 20 oz to-go container. The 20 oz container has its own lid so it can be taken to work or school without worrying about spills. Like other companies, Vitamix also includes a pulse feature on the new model, giving users more control over their blending instead of just using pre-programmed cycles. The blender uses the same motor as other Vitamix blenders, but with the interchangeability of the 20 oz container. This allows for smaller portions to be blended for smaller families or an individual user. The blade base interchanges depending on the container, and both containers are dishwasher safe. The Vitamix S30 personal blender is great for those who do not need a blender to make large family meals, but only need smaller portions of juices, soups, or frozen yogurts. Without the pre-programmed cycles like other Vitamix or competitor blenders, the Vitamix S30 puts more power in the hands of the user to blend how they want, for as long as they want.

An individualized appliance

Priced at $409.00 on the Vitamix website, the Vitamix S30 personal blender offers a range of blending options for the home user. It has the ability to blend large or small portions, with total user control, and a blender-friendly to-go cup, making it one of the more user-friendly blenders on the market for busy cooks on the go.

 

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