Vitamix Debuts S30 Blender

The Vitamix S30 blenderThe Vitamix S30 blender

CLEVELAND-Vitamix has launched the S30 blender, which offers a sleek and compact design that allows users to create smaller batches and individual servings while streamlining everyday kitchen tasks.

The new blender comes with a 790-watt motor, a metal drive system and the signature laser-cut, stainless-steel blades found on other Vitamix machines. These features enable a smoother blend even with tough ingredients, according to a Vitamix statement. Also part of the design is a variable speed control and a pulse feature, which combine to create a variety of textures.

The S30 also has two shatter-resistant, BPA-free containers to produce individual servings of juices, smoothies, soups, sauces, vinaigrettes, frozen desserts and other creations. The 20-ounce, double-insulated beverage cup quickly blends single-serving recipes and then can serve as a travel cup with its flip-top lid.

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