The Ultimate All-in-One Appliance

Commercial grade power and incredible versatility combine to bring you the Blendtec Classic 575, the ultimate all-in-one appliance. Preprogrammed cycles make it easier than ever to create smoothies, salsas, hot soups, and more.

Features include:
  • 1575 watt, 3.0 peak horsepower motor
  • Touchpad interface for easy cleaning
  • Preprogrammed cycles: Smoothie, Clean, 60-seconds, 90-seconds
  • 5 incremental speeds + Pulse
  • Illuminated LCD timer displays remaining time on blends
  • 8 Year Warranty

Preprogrammed Cycles

Duplicate your favorite restaurant’s smoothies and mixed drinks at home! The Blendtec Classic 575 features a preprogrammed Smoothie cycle that creates the perfect smoothies every time, and the Clean cycle takes the work out of cleanup.

One-Touch Timed Cycles

The Blendtec Classic 575 offers two timed cycles that free your hands for other kitchen tasks while creating a wide range of recipes, including soups, bread dough, and ice cream. Simply press the 60- or 90-second setting and let your blender do the rest.

Five-Speed Precision Control + Pulse

The Blendtec Classic 575’s five manual incremental speed cycles allow you to completely customize the consistency of your blend. Switch between each 50-second setting mid-cycle for the ultimate in customization, or press the Pulse setting for a surge of blending power.

Features include:
  • 1575 watt, 3.0 peak horsepower motor
  • Touchpad interface for easy cleaning
  • Preprogrammed cycles: Smoothie, Clean, 60-seconds, 90-seconds
  • 5 incremental speeds + Pulse
  • Illuminated LCD timer displays remaining time on blends
  • 8 Year Warranty
Classic 575 with Fourside Jar is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice pre-programmed features Have used Vitamix 6300, I find the Blendtec 575 to be a nice overall machine. The Four-Side jar is easier to clean than the multi-sided jar on the 6300. The 8-year warranty is a nice feature. Purchased at Bed Bath and Beyond, I believe when this unit first came out, it did not come with instructions on the control panel button operations - found the info needed by doing an internet search (no available instructions on Blendec site).
Date published: 2014-07-12

there a comparison chart in this site or the spects to be more detailed. what are all the differences between the ES3 and the 575? what are the advantages of one over the other?

Asked by: robertomorag
The ES3 is the look of a model, so it applies to an HP3A, our original Total blender, the new 575, and any other blenders with the same housing/look. Which ES3 model in particular are you asking about?
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-27

Do you have a single serve for this blentec?

Asked by: Mimi
Many people use the Twister jar (with the Gripper Lid) for single servings, but you would have to purchase that separately.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-09-02

I have had this blender for 13 years.. love it.. but its the 2nd time I need to replace the plastic holder.. its beginning to get icky in the barings etc. and smells.. can I order one to replace again

Asked by: TeresaFit
Hello, Please call 800.748.5400 and someone will be able to assist you with this.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-07-31

I did not get an owners manual or warranty card with my new Blendtec Classic 575

Asked by: Terry
The owner's manual is available online: http://d3kqanmjpc18pw.cloudfront.net/files/user_manuals/2014-Classic-Series-Manual.pdf It does not come with a warranty card, but the serial numbers on all our blenders are recorded when they are purchased and shipped, so if you ever have problems and call in, we will have a record of when your blender was purchased for the warranty. We do recommend that you register your product though.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-09-02

Do you have any blender works on 220 volts?

Asked by: YOSSIMAL
You cannot purchase a blender on out site that works with 220 volts, but if you e-mail residential@blendtec.com, we can e-mail you a list of dealers who do sell 220v blenders.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-07-15

where is this product made?

Asked by: watersnake

Does this model heat soup?

Asked by: Joycemarie

Can anyone send me a guide on which buttons to use for what?

Asked by: Joycemarie