What do you and Meghan Markle have in common? A great taste in blenders, apparently. Before she became the Duchess of Sussex, Markle was obsessed with her Vitamix blender. In fact, the former Suits actress famously told Esquire (opens in new tab), "I cannot travel without my Vitamix."
If you want to bring the Markle sparkle into your kitchen, Amazon is taking $100 off Vitamix's 5200 Professional-Grade Blender. Since its founding in 1921, Vitamix has been the gold standard of the best blenders—and for good reason. With a spacious container and multiple speed settings, Vitamix's blenders are perfect for making sauces, purées, or a round of frozen margaritas. (In fact, the Duchess of Sussex reportedly uses hers to make pesto and shakes.)
While a Vitamix blender can be the hero of any kitchen, they're not necessarily cheap. But, thanks to Amazon's sale, you can pick up one for less. A great deal on a Royal-approved blender? *Adds to cart*
Vitamix 5200 Professional-Grade Blender | Was $549.99, now $449.95 (opens in new tab)
Want to blend like the pros? Decked out with a spacious, 64-ounce container, this blender is perfect for cooking for large groups. (You know, just like your favorite chefs.) In addition to several speed controls and a pulse feature, this option boasts hardened stainless-steel blades. Translation: It can make everything from smoothies to chunky salsas. The blades also move so quickly that they actually create enough friction to heat up the container. In fact, Vitamix claims this option can make cold ingredients steaming hot in just six minutes.
Vitamix Explorian Professional-Grade Blender | Was $428.88, now $269.95 (opens in new tab)
Even when they are on sale, Vitamix blenders can be a little pricey. If you want to get an amazing deal, check out its Explorian blender. This option has many of the same features at Vitamix's 5200 model, but is available at a lower price point. The catch? This blender is renewed. While it may have scratches, dings, or a slightly lower battery life, Amazon promises it will work like new.
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