This Company Basically Invented The Blender, And Their Blenders Are Over $140 Off

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Vitamix has been around since the early 1920s when William Barnard founded the company in the northeastern part of Ohio. In the ’30s, Barnard got wind of a new invention that blended liquids and other substances. He added innovation to the idea, and in 1937 he released “The Blender,” a more durable kitchen appliance than any similar product on the market at the time.

Close to a century later, the Barnard family still owns Vitamix, and they still sell large, reliable blenders. This one is popular – 81 percent of the 500-plus reviews have been positive. And it happens to be on sale.

Normally $450, this Vitamix blender is 32 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $450, this Vitamix blender is 32 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Vitamix 5200 Blender, White on sale for $304.75

The product page for this blender suggests several interesting functions: “Hot soup without a stove,” “Frozen treats in seconds,” “Grint nuts, coffee and more,” “Mix batters and dough,” and even “Silky smooth purées.” This blender can do it all!

Explore. Inspire. Create. (Photo via Amazon)Explore. Inspire. Create. (Photo via Amazon)

Explore. Inspire. Create. (Photo via Amazon)

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