Vitamix Explorian Review E310 vs E320 vs 5300 | Blender Babes

Vitamix Explorian Review E310 vs E320 vs 5300 | Blender Babes

23 comments on “Vitamix Explorian Review E310 vs E320 vs 5300 | Blender Babes

  1. Blender Babes Post author

    See the FULL Vitamix Explorian Review here: https://www.blenderbabes.com/blender-babes-101/blender-reviews/vitamix-explorian-review-e310-vs-e320/

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  2. John Texas Post author

    Great video! I bought my first VM in the mid-80's and it's still working perfectly. My oldest of the C-series was built back in the 90's and still works perfectly. I own three others–can you tell I like these? My favorite is still the tall 64oz container because of the vortex. I use the 32oz dry container at least weekly. I love the personal blending attachment, use it almost daily. These are still just head-and-shoulders above any competition.

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  3. Marjorie Donnett Post author

    I bought my first Vitamix 36 years ago and it still worked great when I donated it last January. I bought an e310, but realized the container wasn't large enough, so I gave it to my daughter and bought an e320, and I couldn't be happier!

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  4. Jack Franks Post author

    Were the db ratings measured when running empty? I would think filling at least to the minimum line or better half full with water would yield more accurate results.

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  5. Tanya Kucey Post author

    Thanks for showing the noise level – very helpful! But have to say, If youre going to reference your other vids, maybe add links next time? or at least the titles 😉

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  6. Jed Hernandez Post author

    Hi blender babe! Thanks for the vid. I just revived the E310 but the container size is 64 oz… you said that size shouldn’t be used with this motor, correct? Please let me know thoughts. Thanks!

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  7. Espen Haug Post author

    Ive been looking at the pro 750, but here in Norway, the cheapest price is around $1100 :S May decide to go with the E310 instead… Or maybe just the Nutribullet 900, which is only ~$175 over here. It actually scored slightly higher than the Vitamix Pro 750 in a test – but im sure that has a lot to do with the price…

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  8. Spinelli Post author

    If the E310 does indeed have the same motor as the 5200, then why is it's maximum speed the same sounding pitch as the E320 and 5300 in this video, both of which use the lower max RPM (22k-23k RPM) 2.2 Hp motor, as opposed to the higher max RPM (27k) 5200 motor in the E310? Is the E310 artificially limited to the same lower RPM as the 2.2 Hp, 4-inch blade models even though it's a 2.0 Hp 3-inch model like the 5200? Something seems strange here…

    Vitamix needs to really be more transparent about different specs for different models. In fact it's becoming extremely annoying. Heck, I just found out that a lot of people seem to think the 5000 may be more powerful than the 5200 despite Vitamix marketing.

    And if the 6300 / Pro 500 uses the 3-inch blade and 2 Hp motor, then why is it limited to 22k-23k RPM instead of 27k like the 5200?

    I also heard that the G-series adjusts speed based on load but that this has been removed on the Ascent series. Is this true?

    I also heard that the Heritage 750 has some internal differences to it compared to the regular 750, it goes further than just being literally identical besides plastic instead of metal sides but rather there are some other differences that affect sound (lower volume on heritage models).

    Why is Vitamix being so tight-lipped about specs/features?

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  9. Adventures of Willy and Jake Post author

    Omg the girl on the left is like ….wth sue your hand is all over my drink bih!I was gonna drink that!

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  10. christopher gambino Post author

    I have an e320 and it’s awesome. For some reason vitamix has the sizes wrong on the website they say it has a 3 inch blade but it has a four inch. It has the same power size and shape as the more expensive vitamix blenders. I highly recommend it. It doesn’t have an extra power switch on the side like some others if that means anything to you FYI.

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  11. Igor Post author

    I was looking for a simple, powerful, quality Personal Blender and finally pulled the trigger on the Vitamix E310 at $399 leaf. #yolo

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