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.

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
Classic 575 with Fourside Jar is rated 4.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly aggressive awesome blender! We've been using this blender for about a month, and its been the best blender we've had. Its shear power is incredible. It has the ability to heat up liquids, just from friction at high speed. We've made many superfood smoothies & hot soups with it, and we were blown away with how it was capable of heating the soup with it! We had purchased a vitamix first, and returned it, because it came with a plunger, this indicated to us that the design of the jar must be lacking something. We love the digital controls and fact that the control panel is easy to clean. Electronic controls always trumps switches in my opinion, because there are no contacts to go bad. The Blendtec is worth every penny!!!
Date published: 2014-11-03
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THIS BLENDER IS AWESOME Bought this blender last weekend. I have been 'playing' with it the past few days making nut butters, smoothies and pate. Awesome. I didn't know all the things it could do when I bought it, just wanted to make smoothies. Then I found out it does soups, sauces, grinds. Just wow! Couldn't be happier.
Date published: 2014-09-15

What do the different pre-programmed buttons do? There was nothing in the manual that described them.

Asked by: stacysleo
On the Classic 575 model, you have a preprogrammed Smoothie cycle which is optimal to blend most smoothies. You also have a Cleaning cycle which is ideal for cleaning your jar - fill your jar with water just above the blades, put in a drop of dish soap, secure the lid, put on the blender and hit the Cleaning cycle. You also have 60- and 90-second buttons. Hope this helps!
Answered by: BlendtecJess
Date published: 2014-11-26

Are there many differences between the 575 and 625 model blenders/What is the watts of power for the 575 model is it worth the upgrade?

Asked by: Dandan
They both have 3.0 horsepower. The biggest differences are: the style of the motor/base; the preprogrammed cycles (575 has Smoothie, Cleaning and 60- and 90-second cycles while the 625 has Smoothie, Ice Cream, Whole Juice and Hot Soup); the speeds (575 has 5 Speeds + Pulse and the 625 has 6 Speeds + Pulse); and the buttons (575 has push buttons and 625 has an illuminated touch screen). Hope this helps!
Answered by: BlendtecJess
Date published: 2014-11-26

Can it be used to make fine chilli paste? 

Asked by: Shiok
Fine chili paste can be achieved in the FourSide jar with the Classic 575. Pulse 4-6 times. Mix with a spoon and replace lid and repeat pulsing until desired texture is reached. If liquid is added to the paste, then use the manual speed buttons to blend more quickly.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-11-25

I just purchased the 575 as a Christmas gift.  I want to know that it is powerful enough to blend fresh kale, spinach, protein powder, other fruits and vegetables, into a smooth, pull less drink.  The NutriBullet heats up and stops working half way throu

Asked by: MimiJaime
Yes, it can blender kale, spinach, protein powder, and other fruits and vegetables, but you will need to add liquid.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-11-25

Hi guys, does the blender have metal connection (base to the jar)? Thank you 

Asked by: evousek
Yes, the connection is metal. You can read more about our hardened metal drive socket here: http://www.blendtec.com/what-makes-blendtec-the-best
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-11-24

How hot does a soup has to be? I made tortilla soup and it came out just warm. Is that the way it has to be?

Asked by: Lucy1
Sometimes you may have to blend the contents of soup twice to get it hot.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-11-21

I purchased a blender in USA from bedbathandbeyond and plan to use this in Australia. Can you please confirm the voltage of your blenders to determine if I need to use a converter. Thanks 

Asked by: Melissab7
The voltage on our USA machines is 120v. Please note, that by using a converter, it will void the warranty.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-11-22

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

Asked by: Joycemarie
Here's a link to the user manual: http://cdn.blendtec.com/files/user_manuals/2014-Classic-Series-Manual.pdf
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-11-21