Busy kitchens can produce heavy quantities of blending from delicate vegetables to denser cuts of meat, thanks to Vitamix's 5201 XL Blender System. The unit can blend up to 24 servings at a time, and is designed to reduce preparation time and create more recipes. A 4.2 peak output motor allows heavy blending, and a 1.5 gallon container provides extra blending space for hot and cold items. A built-in pulse function and variable speed control makes room for flexibility, and a low countertop profile and removable lid plug make for easy ingredient additions during blending.
- Blends up to 24 servings at a time
- Reduces preparation time and enables more recipes
- 4.2 HP peak output motor allows heavy blending
- 1.5-gal. container provides extra blending space for hot and cold items
- Built-in pulse function and variable speed control for flexibility
- Low countertop profile and removable lid plug makes it easy to add ingredients during blending process
- 120 V/50-60 hz/1-ph, 15 A
- Overall Dimensions: 8.5-in. W x 19-in. D x 18.1-in. H
- cULus, CE, NSF Certified
XL Blender System, variable speed, extra large capacity, 1.5 gal. (5.6 liter) container with lid, lid plug; 64 oz.(2 liter) container with lid, lid plug, and tamper, 4.2 peak HP, 120V, 50/60 Hz, 15 amps, UL, NSF certified
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
Vitamix 5201 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Capacity (ozs)||64, 1.5 Gal|
Vitamix 5201 Customer Reviews
"The Vita-mix XL is NOT a bigger version of the traditional 2-qt. Vita-mix. The XL uses a different type of motor and the blades spin at a significantly slower rate. Therefore, for some products, esp. ones that include nuts, it is not possible to achieve the same degree of homogenization or particle size disintegration. For many recipes this may not be an issue. The Vita-mix company has excellent customer service and their blenders have been essential kitchen tools for thousands of users. I just wish their product literature would have been more clear as to the limitations of the XL."