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[Vitamix] Vitamix A2500(Reconditioned)- $359.95

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Newbie
Oct 26, 2014
44 posts
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Peterborough
The question is should i buy Vitamix A2500 refab for 359 with 5 years warranty or Vitamix E320 new from costco for 354 with 7 years warranty ?
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Newbie
Oct 2, 2013
47 posts
6 upvotes
The A2500 and the E320 are essentially the same in terms of power/blending ability. The key differences would be the A2500 has more options for attachments, has programmable settings(i.e smoothie mode/soup) and is much quieter(the E320 is one of the loudest models). I also considered the two and decided the A2500 was a better deal.
Newbie
May 28, 2007
67 posts
9 upvotes
Vancouver
I'm debating between these two as well.. I'm leaning more towards the a2500 since it's a "newer" tech and line and all, but was looking further into the main differences with the new jar designs and came across some people having issues with the new top lid leaking due to inconsistent seals. Granted I'm sure the warranty will cover it, but I'm wondering just how widespread the leaky lid issue is with the newer designed ones.
Newbie
Oct 26, 2014
44 posts
33 upvotes
Peterborough
daveredv wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:00 pm
The A2500 and the E320 are essentially the same in terms of power/blending ability. The key differences would be the A2500 has more options for attachments, has programmable settings(i.e smoothie mode/soup) and is much quieter(the E320 is one of the loudest models). I also considered the two and decided the A2500 was a better deal.
Didn't found any info about the noise / loudness with those two models ( I'm also interested in less loud as possible )
Newbie
May 28, 2007
67 posts
9 upvotes
Vancouver
Apparently the A2500 also has a 12amp 2.2hp motor as opposed to an 11.5amp 2.2hp motor from the older 750 series (which I'm assuming would prob be the same as the e320 line)
Newbie
Oct 26, 2014
44 posts
33 upvotes
Peterborough
gunmetalgrey wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:22 pm
Apparently the A2500 also has a 12amp 2.2hp motor as opposed to an 11.5amp 2.2hp motor from the older 750 series (which I'm assuming would prob be the same as the e320 line)
Apperently on the US website you can find Certified Reconditioned Pro 750 for 299 USD , it's a shame they don't do shipping to Canada
https://www.vitamix.com/us/en_us/Shop/C ... -std#specs
Deal Addict
Jul 23, 2014
1086 posts
237 upvotes
Toronto, ON
danikk8 wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:37 pm
Those codes are applied when i added the blender to the shopping card automatically
if you open it in a different browser (IE, Chrome, Firefox) and enter the VITACHAMP one, you can get the Spatulas! I think it holds the coupon (if you've entered it before) in your cache.
Newbie
May 28, 2007
67 posts
9 upvotes
Vancouver
I just ordered a red a2500 with the spatulas from the Vitachamp code, I think they're more practical than the cookbook from the other one (since there's tonnes of recipes online).
Member
Oct 20, 2010
463 posts
98 upvotes
i order this yesterday for 451 tax in, called vitamix today to re-adjust to 407. should see the adjustment on my CC soon.

Also i hope this is slightly quieter than the c6500 . It was very loud
Newbie
Oct 26, 2014
44 posts
33 upvotes
Peterborough
gunmetalgrey wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:45 pm
I just ordered a red a2500 with the spatulas from the Vitachamp code, I think they're more practical than the cookbook from the other one (since there's tonnes of recipes online).
I Like the red too, what was the total ?
Newbie
May 28, 2007
67 posts
9 upvotes
Vancouver
danikk8 wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:49 pm
I Like the red too, what was the total ?
$403 to Vancouver BC.. the added bonus is that they do 5 interest free monthly payments! so I was only out of pocket initially about $80 bucks!.

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