Charlotte’s Vineyard has produced a definitive comparative analysis of the Blendtec and Vitamix range of blenders, the reviews have surprised some industry experts.
— Charlotte’s Vineyard has produced a definitive comparative analysis of the Blendtec and Vitamix range of blenders, the reviews have surprised some industry experts.
Industry heavyweight Charlotte’s Vineyard encourages their readers to buy right and buy once, and warns users of the drawbacks of using a Vitamix blender. In a bid to help consumers decide which blender is best Charlotte’s Vineyard reviewed the best offerings from both Blendtec and Vitamix to see which would come out on top.
The Vitamix has already been criticized for its poor customer service and endurance, emitting an unknown black liquid and leaking after just a year of use. Its control system is unintuitive, requiring multiple manipulations just to get to the most common usage settings and there are no presets on the basic models, meaning everything must be done manually unless you are willing to pay a premium price. This and their reputation for poor customer service has led to Charlotte’s Vineyard rating their blenders as one’s to avoid.
By comparison, the Blendtec comes with a glossy touchscreen interface and a host of presets on all models even their cheapest one. They also offer great customer service and an impressive 7 year warranty.
The review breaks down the discussion into categories, offering a Blendtec review side by side with a Vitamix review before drawing a conclusion on price, size, power, design, warranty, noise, accessories and more.
The in-depth review discusses ease of use, feature sets, customer service experience and other anecdotal evidence. The Vitamix is a product that appears to have some slight advantages on paper, but ultimately, readers can discover how the Blendtec range came out on top in this comprehensive review.
A spokesperson for Charlotte’s Vineyard explained, “While both offer a range of blenders, and both the Blendtec and Vitamix blenders sell well we found Blendtec far superior with Vitamix a let down on multiple review criteria. Vitamix was mired by long term usage issues and product recalls, which really let them down. The Blendtec designer range excelled with its touch screen interface, and its 90oz jar and innovative Wildside and Twister Jars undermine the Vitamix’s more straight forward range. In our Blendtec vs Vitamix review, we recommend you buy a Blendtec.”
About Charlotte’s Vineyard:
Charlotte’s Vineyard is a health blog that focuses on all the things that help people lead a healthy lifestyle. The website and blog is regularly updated with high quality original editorials on healthy living, articles on recipes and working out, reviews of kitchen gadgets (mainly blenders and juicers), and more.
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Name: Joe Bragg
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