Vitamix

Vitamix Ascent Series A3500 Blender

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Vitamix Ascent Series A3500 Blender
Vitamix

Vitamix Ascent Series A3500 Blender

Sorry, this item is no longer available.
Sorry, this item is no longer available.

One blender to rule them all.

When we met Vitamix’s Ascent 2500, we were pretty sure it was about as multitalented as a blender can get. After all, it can whip up soups, sauces, smoothies, non-dairy milk, dips, pudding, pancake batter, nut butter, cookie dough...we could keep going. But then this wonder hit the countertop. It’s got all the talent of the 2500, plus a slew of new perks (we’re talking extra program settings and very-modern touchscreen controls).

  • Smart program settings: Five built-in settings—Smoothies, Hot Soups, Dips & Spreads, Frozen Desserts, and Self-Cleaning—do all the work for you, then stop on their own. (They’ll even adapt automatically to the container you’re using.)
  • A sleek touchscreen: Pick a setting, any setting, thanks to simple touchscreen controls—which, by the way, are a cinch to wipe clean.
  • 2.2-horsepower motor: This one’s so powerful, it can prep a batch of piping-hot soup in under 10 minutes (yep).
  • Extra-precise controls: With a Variable Speed Control and a Pulse feature, you can get a just-right texture every time.
  • Built-in digital timer: This handy feature lets you time your blend to a T (you can even tell it to turn the machine off when it’s done).
  • Easy to clean: Just use the built-in Self-Cleaning setting with a bit of dish soap and warm water...or pop that container right in the dishwasher.
  • Accessories galore: It pairs right up with a slew of add-on accessories—like cups and bowls for small-scale prep, a 48-ounce container for medium batches, and a container made for whipping, frothing, and emulsifying.

This hotshot comes complete with a motor base, a 64-ounce container, a tamper for wrangling extra-thick mixtures, plus a hefty cookbook with, well, a lot of recipes.

  • Made in: Cleveland, Ohio
  • Product Warranty: 10-year limited manufacturer's warranty.
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

When we met Vitamix’s Ascent 2500, we were pretty sure it was about as multitalented as a blender can get. After all, it can whip up soups, sauces, smoothies, non-dairy milk, dips, pudding, pancake batter, nut butter, cookie dough...we could keep going. But then this wonder hit the countertop. It’s got all the talent of the 2500, plus a slew of new perks (we’re talking extra program settings and very-modern touchscreen controls).

  • Smart program settings: Five built-in settings—Smoothies, Hot Soups, Dips & Spreads, Frozen Desserts, and Self-Cleaning—do all the work for you, then stop on their own. (They’ll even adapt automatically to the container you’re using.)
  • A sleek touchscreen: Pick a setting, any setting, thanks to simple touchscreen controls—which, by the way, are a cinch to wipe clean.
  • 2.2-horsepower motor: This one’s so powerful, it can prep a batch of piping-hot soup in under 10 minutes (yep).
  • Extra-precise controls: With a Variable Speed Control and a Pulse feature, you can get a just-right texture every time.
  • Built-in digital timer: This handy feature lets you time your blend to a T (you can even tell it to turn the machine off when it’s done).
  • Easy to clean: Just use the built-in Self-Cleaning setting with a bit of dish soap and warm water...or pop that container right in the dishwasher.
  • Accessories galore: It pairs right up with a slew of add-on accessories—like cups and bowls for small-scale prep, a 48-ounce container for medium batches, and a container made for whipping, frothing, and emulsifying.

This hotshot comes complete with a motor base, a 64-ounce container, a tamper for wrangling extra-thick mixtures, plus a hefty cookbook with, well, a lot of recipes.

Meet the Maker

Vitamix

Cleveland, Ohio
Ever heard the story behind Vitamix’s world-famous blenders? It all started back in 1937 (yep) when health food industry pioneer William “Papa” Barnard met a blender for the first time. He saw how this new invention could easily prepare wholesome foods, so he fully devoted himself to selling his version, the Vita-Mix. It would go on to star in TV’s first-ever infomercial in 1949, then gain *lots* of talent over the decades (whipping up soup, grinding grains, kneading dough, you name it). Today, the company continues to be a family-run business, with a whole line of blenders beloved by home cooks and professionals alike.
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