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Vitamix S30

You don't have to give up a ton of counter space to keep a great blender handy. The new Vitamix S30 can handle nearly any blending need while measuring just under six inches wide. Inside its sleek, built-in-Ohio body you'll find a powerful 790-watt motor that can handle ice, whole food ingredients, or nearly anything else you can throw at it. Hook it to the interchangeable base with laser-cut stainless steel blades, and then choose your BPA-free container — it comes with a 40 oz. container for soups, sauces, and other large batch jobs, and a 20 oz. container for single servings that even includes a flip-top lid to go directly from your counter to the road.

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