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[Canadian Tire] Blendtec 625 [$379] and 575 [$319]

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[OP]
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Apr 15, 2020
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Pickering

[Canadian Tire] Blendtec 625 [$379] and 575 [$319]

First time posting here, so thought I'd start out with a pretty good deal.

Do you remember the Blendtec videos, "Will It Blend?" Now's your chance to blend your own iPhones in the comfort of your own home!

Limited availability, I was able to order the 625 from my store in Pickering. The reviews are all incredible and I've heard this is one of the best blenders you can buy.

Blendtec 625
Was $749.99. Now $379.93

Blendtec 575
Was $619.99 Now $319.93
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Newbie
Feb 26, 2020
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Put the price in the title bud!

No stock anywhere that I checked though.
[OP]
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Apr 15, 2020
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Pickering
The 625 is in stock at Ajax (1) and Whitby (2)
The 575 is in stock at Pickering (1) and Ajax (1)

As of 8:34 AM Friday April 17th

I did in-store pickup on mine, driving over this afternoon.
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Apr 10, 2011
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StockTrack inventory:

Blendtec 575
Blendtec 625

Welcome to Red Flag Deals, OP but I have to comment:

$300 to $400... for a blender?!?

Does it spin so fast that it goes forward in time? Face With Tears Of Joy
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Temporel wrote: StockTrack inventory:

Blendtec 575
Blendtec 625

Welcome to Red Flag Deals, OP but I have to comment:

$300 to $400... for a blender?!?

Does it spin so fast that it goes forward in time? Face With Tears Of Joy
Thanks for sharing.

I owned one before. It’s good for people who need to make their own sauces, soups, or other items due to allergies or clean eating. I say I owned one before, I sold it due to diet change.

That said I was very very happy with my Blendtec.
[OP]
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Apr 15, 2020
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Pickering
I wish! But it does none of those things, it's a high quality, well powered blender. I do a lot of home cooking and was eyeing one for a while.

They definitely aren't for everyone, but most people who have bought them have nothing but positive things to say.
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Nov 17, 2014
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I want to gift this to my friend during house warming. They are from India and do a lot of cooking. Will this be useful for grinding spices, rice, etc.
Newbie
Nov 11, 2009
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Toronto
No, It reads your mind about what you about to blend and fetches ingredients from Loblaws for you. Some seriously crazy -priced blender!
Newbie
Sep 22, 2017
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Picked this up at my local Canadian Tire in Winnipeg this AM! Thanks OP. There doesn't appear to be any others in Winnipeg.

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Bought a Blendtec Fit from Walmart on clearance for $120 as we were looking at Vitamix from Costco.....no regrets, it's a beast.

Absolutely stomps our old $99 Cuisinart blender.
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Dec 8, 2018
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I just checked.. Zero stocks for both models here in the lower main..
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Mar 6, 2019
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I have had the 575 almost two years now, no issues. The blend counter is neat. Definitely recommend, if you can get the 575 for cheaper, you probably should.

The extra money for the 625 gets you a touchscreen and 1 extra speed increment, power is the same.
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Jan 22, 2008
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SubmarinePerson wrote: I have had the 575 almost two years now, no issues. The blend counter is neat. Definitely recommend, if you can get the 575 for cheaper, you probably should.

The extra money for the 625 gets you a touchscreen and 1 extra speed increment, power is the same.
I like my Blendtec, but am not a fan of the blend counter as it just counts up each time the motor stops so if you do a 5 minute cycle and then a 5 second cycle, the counter goes up by 2. If it were able to count time rather than stops, that would be a better representation of actual usage.

These are decent deals, but if you are able to get the clearance Vitamix at Costco for $299, that would be my first choice.
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Oct 7, 2008
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Great if you can find stock.
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Dec 19, 2008
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Bought a blendtec from TSC about 4 years ago. The bearings in the jar finally wore out and they sent me a newer version of their jars with no hassle.
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Mar 23, 2020
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For anyone near Quebec city, I saw one available at Vanier's location 2 days ago in the "Clearance zone" (straight line from the main entrance)
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Had my blentec for a while (but realized the counter is ONLY a bit above 200). I almost exclusively make smoothies with it - should try more things... but definitely compared to any blender I've tried before it simply pulverizes all my ingredients. I always disliked making my mixed berry smoothies then having every sip full of seeds. This destroys everything, and handles any mix like a champ so long as the resulting mix isn't TOO thick that it doesn't actually move around in the jar.

My model was bought from Costco, Blendtec® Combo Pack Total Blender, $380
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ditachan wrote: Bought a blendtec from TSC about 4 years ago. The bearings in the jar finally wore out and they sent me a newer version of their jars with no hassle.
Same thing happend to mine, I even got some of the metal breaking down into the blender jar when I was blending (wasted a few smoothies when I caught that). They were good with it, didnt ask for much proof, the new blender jar they sent back seems to have fixed the issue with the bearings wearing so easily.
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Aug 22, 2011
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NORTH YORK
Shows full price for me

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