Waring Pro MX1000R Professional 3.5-Horsepower Blender, Black

December 23, 2014 - Comment

Make smoothies, soups, dips and more Pitcher features a flexible lid, clear cap and non-slip handle Waring Pro MX1000R Professional Blender The heavy-duty Waring Pro MX1000R Specialty Blender is great for blending sauces, soups, desserts, dressings, beverages and more. The motor and large blades crush ice with ease and smoothly blend fruit drinks and soups.

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Waring Pro MX1000R Professional Blender Make smoothies, soups, dips and more Jar, Lid, Cap Pitcher features a flexible lid, clear cap and non-slip handle

Waring Pro MX1000R Professional Blender

The heavy-duty Waring Pro MX1000R Specialty Blender is great for blending sauces, soups, desserts, dressings, beverages and more. The motor and large blades crush ice with ease and smoothly blend fruit drinks and soups. In addition to two speed options, a pulse feature makes it easy to create salsa and more. This powerful blender also has a flexible lid that presses tightly in place and features a central clear cap that turns and releases to open when you need to add foods to your mixture. The dishwasher-safe 64-ounce polycarbonate pitcher with non-slip handle provides the capability to make smoothies in bulk.

Control Panel Easy to use controls Features Heavy-duty, 3.5 peak horsepower high-performance motor, 30,000+ RPM 64-ounce polycarbonate container Simple High, Low, Off and Pulse paddle switches ETL, NSF listed How to Use Before starting, make sure that the blender is unplugged. With the unit in the Off position, place the container on the blender base. Be sure the container is fully seated and that drive coupling is properly engaged. Plug the blender cord into an outlet. Put ingredients into the container, being sure not to fill above the Max line. Cover the pitcher. Always hold the container with one hand when starting and while blending. Never operate without the jar lid in place. Press the paddle switch to the desired speed, be it Hi or Low. To crush ice quickly, use the Hi speed setting. To engage the pulse option, hold the Pulse paddle switch in the lower position. The unit will run on the Hi speed until the paddle switch is released. When finished blending, set the paddle switch to the Off position. Allow the motor to come to a complete stop before removing the container from the blender base. Never place the container on the motor base or remove it from the motor base while motor is running. Once blending is complete and ingredients are removed, wash and dry the container. Just the size and weight of this blender indicates it is a professional grade workhorse. Weighing 15 pounds and standing 19 inches tall, with an oversized base measuring 9 inches square, the blender takes on a prodigious appearance. The supercharged 3.5 peak horsepower motor and large blades will crush ice with ease and smoothly blend fruit drinks and soups. Only two speeds, high and low, are available, which should cover most needs. The pulse feature is ideal for creating large-particle foods such as homemade salsa and gazpacho.

Squared in shape, the tough polycarbonate pitcher features a very generous nonslip handle and holds 64 ounces of cold liquid, less if hot. The flexible lid presses tightly in place and features a central clear cap that turns and releases to open for adding foods. Two paddle-shape switches make operation easy even if hands are wet. The removable pad that covers the top of the blender base to add nonslip cushioning for the pitcher can be tossed in the dishwasher for cleaning. The four broad legs of the blender are also made of nonslip material to help prevent sliding and make pick-up secure. Because the blade assembly does not unscrew from the pitcher for separate cleaning, the blender pitcher should be washed thoroughly with hot soapy water and a soft scrub brush after each use. –Ann Bieri

Product Features

  • Professional grade 3.5 peak horsepower blender tackles smoothies, soups, and ice
  • Oversized, weighty base stays put during use
  • 64-ounce polycarbonate pitcher with integrated blades and nonslip handle
  • 2 speeds plus pulse action; 19 inches high; weighs 15 pounds
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Comments

K. Kimball says:

Waring MX1000 review Pros:Professional smoothies (exactly like Jamba Juice)Very easy to cleanPolycarbonate carafeQuick (does its business very quickly)Cons:Expensive (not everyone spends $400 on a blender)Loud (not appropriate for apartment living)Bulky (its significantly larger than a normal blender)When I unpacked this blender I knew right away that it is a very serious machine. The base is very large and heavy duty with two large switches. One is for pulse and the other high and low speeds. The engine is rated at 3 horsepower and power cord is very think similar to the cord used on a high power drill or garage tool. The unit itself has a geared metal socket that matches a toothed metal gear built into the carafe. No plastic clutch that can break. The lightweight polycarbonate carafe sits on four posts, but will need you to hold it down with your hand on top for it to work correctly. The blade is…

Where's-the-Sun? says:

Handles what others can’t! We have gone through 4 blenders in the last 18 months. We are consumers of high quality products and usually do our research. Each and everyday we make “fruit shakes” for our family of 5. Our mix consists of frozen fruit, sometimes some fresh fruit, yogurt, and oj. Our other blenders burned out, even the Blendtec couldn’t handle the job (it automatically shut down on us, plus it couldn’t really handle 64 oz. of our mix!). But this guy (okay, it’s very masculine looking), can do the job quick and make enough in the mega-sized 64 oz. plus pitcher for all 5 of us (we usually have to make 2 pitchers). Frozen drinks are just about all we use a blender for so for our purposes, this is the only one for us! It’s loud, it’s scary, it moves about a bit, but it does the job so fast that it doesn’t matter that much. It’s not that attractive to my eyes, but my DH thinks otherwise. I usually like to store my appliances in cabinets, but this one is too big and heavy to move in and out each…

Joe Schmo says:

Long Term Review for Waring Pro MX1000R Quality Problem When looking for a excellent blender for our family, my search found three contenders. The Vita-Mix, Blendtec, and this Waring Pro. All have different models, but one thing in common; leaps and bounds better than the blender most people are used to using. I chose the MX1000R because of the price point (between a $100 – $200 less) and the simplicity of the machine. (basic paddle switch failure to me would be a nuisance if it happened in 5 – 10 years, but I knew I could fix it; opposed to the electronic board for the blendtec) Function of the blender is exactly what we wanted, enormous power and versatility. So much power, that maybe the variable switch could be useful. For the better part of three years, we used the blender quite a bit, and loved it. Now the kicker, the blade broke about a month ago; snapped off in the blender while blending frozen fruit with water and milk. (blender was used for a family of 5, not commercially) After inspecting the container, I also noticed…

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