The Vitamix XL 5201 blender includes two jars - one with a 64-ounce capacity and another with a 192-ounce capacity, allowing you to blend large batches of your customers' favorite drinks, soups, sides, sauces, and more. The blender is equipped with a powerful 4.2-peak-horsepower motor that lets it power through dense ingredients.
This blender's controls include a variable speed control in addition to a pulse button that lets users achieve a precise consistency. An included accelerator tool pushes ingredients towards the blade to speed up the blending process and handle air bubbles that may form in dense mixtures. The Vitamix XL 5201 blender also includes a removable lid plug that allows users to safely add ingredients while the blender is running.
- 11⁄2-gallon capacity is capable of blending as many as (24) 8-oz. servings per batch
- Heavy-duty 4.2-peak-HP motor can handle thick mixtures
- Controls provide variable speed settings as well as pulse controls
- Removable lid plug allows users to add ingredients to jar while blending
- Included accelerator tool allows user to push ingredients toward blade to speed up the blending process
- Two jars are included: 192 oz. and 64 oz.
- 120 V/60 Hz/1 ph, 15 A
- 8.5 in. W x 19 in. D x 18.1 in. H
- cULus and CE Listed; NSF Certified
XL® Blender System, with (1) 1.5 gallon clear polycarbonate container and (1) 64 oz. (2 liter) clear BPA Free Tritan™ container, variable speed, pulse function, includes: lid with removable plug, tamper & XL® blade assembly, 4.2 peak HP, 120v/50/60/1-ph, 15.0 amps, NEMA 5-15P, RoHS compliant, cULus, CE, NSF
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
Vitamix 5201 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
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Vitamix 5201 Customer Reviews
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"The review by Chef du jour is accurate, and I do use my smaller VitaMix for those needs. However, I use this XL model daily because of its volumn..."
Chef du jour said...
"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 signifi..."
"The review by Chef du jour is accurate, and I do use my smaller VitaMix for those needs. However, I use this XL model daily because of its volumn, and time saving convenience."
"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."