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:
  • 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.

Classic 575 Interface

Features include:
  • 3.0 peak horsepower motor
  • 5 incremental speeds + Pulse
  • Molded plastic finish
  • Colors: Black, Poppy, Caribbean, Orchid, Polar White, Slate Grey
  • Touchpad interface for easy cleaning
  • Preprogrammed cycles: Smoothie, Clean, 60-seconds, 90-seconds
  • Illuminated LCD timer displays remaining time on blends
  • Dimensions: 7" wide x 15" tall x 8" deep
  • Weight: 7.28 lbs
  • 13 amps, 120 volts
  • 8 Year Warranty

Does this model have a handle? If not, how do you pour out?

Asked by: Joni
All our jars that come with any Blendtec blender, come with handles and are easy to pour.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-03-02

Can you tell me which button to use for ice cream and which button to use for soup? I don't think the 575 model explains this anywhere. It has low and high. Can I just assume the buttons are  consistent with the other models.  3-ice cream, 5-soup?

Asked by: Torey
Here is a link to the conversion guide for our blenders: http://www.blendtec.com/blog/blendtec-cycle-conversions/ SOUPS/SYRUPS/FONDUES Blend on a High speed for 90-180 seconds, blending longer for hotter soup. ICE CREAM/FROZEN YOGURT Blend on a Low speed for 15 seconds, then blend on a Medium to Medium High speed for 30 seconds.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-03-02

Hi - can you put a whole avocado in here - including the pit and the skin? What other whole foods can you put in - ie - strawberries including the stem? banana? Oranges? What other pits do you recommend?

Asked by: liz1
Avocados with a thin, smooth skin have an edible peel. Avocados with a bumpy, textured skin are edible but the taste/texture may not be desirable. Avocado pits are edible and can be blended fresh, or dried and then blended. Citrus peels are edible, though the pith (white flesh) tends to be bitter. Most fruits have peels/skins that are edible, but are usually discarded due to taste and texture preferences. We recommend you do research (though not all science-based, a quick search on Google will give some guidance) on specific fruits/vegetables that you want to consume. Seeds that are not safe to eat: cherry, peach, apricot, apple, plum.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-02-28

The listed voltage is 120 from the website. Can I use this Blendtec in 240 voltage (to be used in China)? My sister visited me and loved this Blendtec that she wanted to buy one to bring it back to China. Is the Blendtec sold in China also?

Asked by: Lina
We do not recommend using the blenders on blendtec.com in a country outside of the US and Canada. We do have dealers in China that your sister can contact about buying a Blendtec. Here is their contact information: Company Name: DKSH Contact Name: Alanis Xu Address: Room 1102, Block A No. 9 Xinmai Building, No.99 Tianzhou Rd. Xuhui District Shanghai, China 200233 Tel: +8621 5445 0999 Email: alanis.xu@dksh.com Company Name: Unitech Contact Name: KC Chen Address: 7F-A Hengtong Int’l Mension No. 855 Changning Road Shanghai, China 200050 Tel: +86 21 6240 0595 Email: kcchen@unitech-sh.com
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-02-24

Is 570 that Costco sells the same as 575?

Asked by: partha108
The 570 is an exclusive product to Costco; however, it has similar features to the 575. You can learn more about both blenders here: http://www.blendtec.com/blenders/classic-575 http://www.blendtec.com/blenders/classic-570
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-02-15

Can classic model blend/grind rice or grains?

Asked by: bluesky
Yes, the Classic 575 can grind rice and grains.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-02-06

What is the difference between the fourside and wildside jars? Which jar comes standard with the 575 classic series. If I want to make nut butters, which jar would you recommend and why. Is there a more complete recipe book that is written for the 575.

Asked by: Valerie
WildSide+ jar: - Wider jar - Larger blending capacity - 4" blade FourSide jar: - Blends the same foods as the WildSide+ jar, but in smaller portions - 3" blade Both jars are great and will blend what you need them to. It comes down to preference. If you need a jar that blends larger portions at once, the WildSide+ jar is best, but if you do smaller blends, the FourSide jar is great for that. You can select which jar you want when buying the Classic 575, FourSide or WildSide+. Our Twister jar is the best jar for nut butters and other thick blends. The circular design along with the Twister lid helps to scrape the sides of the jar and push everything back into the blade to get a nice, thick blend. There is not a separate recipe book being created for the 575; however, we have hundreds of recipes at www.blendtec.com/recipes, that work for all our blender models.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-02-25

What's the difference between wildside and four sided?

Asked by: Patti
WildSide+ jar: - Wider jar - Larger blending capacity - 4" blade FourSide jar: - Blends the same foods as the WildSide+ jar, but in smaller portions - 3" blade Both jars are great and will blend what you need them to. It comes down to preference. If you need a jar that blends larger portions at once, the WildSide+ jar is best, but if you do smaller blends, the FourSide jar is great for that.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2015-02-03
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