Technologically superior in every way

The most advanced commercial blender on the planet is now available to those who will settle for nothing less than the very best in their kitchen.
Features include:
  • Powerful 3.8 peak horsepower motor
  • 360° sealed sound enclosure
  • Illuminated capacitive touch control surface with manual speed slider
  • Intuitive interface for custom programming
  • 42 preprogrammed blend cycles
  • Integration with online Blend Wizard™ tool for creating custom blend cycles
  • USB connectivity for downloading/uploading custom programming
  • In-counter option available
  • Compatible with all Blendtec jars

Our most powerful retail blender ever

The Stealth gives you true commercial power at a single touch. This 1,800 watt powerhouse glides through the toughest blends without losing a beat.

360° of quiet

All that power still won't wake the baby. The Stealth's 360° sealed sound enclosure is one-of-a-kind and keeps even the most vigorous blend cycle near the sound level of normal conversation.

Fully compatible with the online Blend Wizard

The Stealth is the world's first blender to let you bring your blends online. Do you have a drink or smoothie that requires a specific set of blend times and speeds to make it perfect? Log on to the Blend Wizard to craft or alter your blend cycles to get them just right. Then download those cycles to your Stealth via USB.

An illuminated, intuitive control surface

The Stealth adopts the same technology found in your smartphone. Its capacitive touch control surface is optimized to recognize your touch, and is smart enough to ignore anything else, from spilled liquids to food particles.

Technical Specs

  • Amps: 15
  • Watts: 1800
  • Horsepower: 3.8
  • Actual weight: 16.2 lbs
  • Actual dimensions: 8.6" wide x 17.3" tall x 9.0" deep
  • Direct drive motor
  • Capacitive-touch user interface
  • Solid-state electronics
  • Finish: Black
  • 8-Year Warranty

can you grind mesquite beans to a fine flour?

Asked by: Crystal
We do not recommend blending dry beans in your blender jar. It will scratch the jar very badly, and that is not covered under warranty.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-27

why is the warranty shorter on the stealth model? 

Asked by: Eugenio
The warranty on the Stealth is now 8 years.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-27

This unit is a commercial design now available for home use. Is the max RPM still 29,000? Are there any more colors planned? A recipe book for the unit? And what about a 7 year warranty for home use instead of 3 years?

Asked by: dred
The max RPM is still 29,000. We are working on other colors, but don't have a recipe book in the works. This unit now carries an 8-year warranty for home use.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-27

How many warranty years does Blendtec Stealth have in Europe for personal use? Is the warranty period different for different countries in Europe?

Asked by: mix01
The warranty will vary depending of the dealer, but we do have a standard policy of 3 year parts 1 year labor. If the dealer wants to extend the parts we will do so up to 7 years but we require the dealer to extend labor to match the parts extension.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-27

Price and availability of replacement pitchers? Wild side pitcher.

Asked by: sally ann
You can find the price of all of our jars here: http://www.blendtec.com/jars/ They are all available for purchase right now. Note the Rebel jar is not compatible with Blendtec blenders.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-27

Is this model available for UK?

Asked by: mix01
Here is the contact information for our dealer who sells it in the UK: Company Name: Beyond the Bean Contact Name: Jeremy Rogers Address: 21 A Ashton Vale Rd Bristol BS3 2HA Tel: +(44) 117-953-3522 Email: sales@beyondthebean.com Website: www.beyondthebean.com
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-21

Is it the same blender Starbucks uses to make smoothies?

Asked by: Polardiverbj
Starbucks uses vitamix, The Quiet One
Answered by: Isaac15
Date published: 2014-08-22

Are any of these units NSF rated? (which ones please)

Asked by: CattakaPlayful
All of our blenders are NSF rated.
Answered by: Blendtec
Date published: 2014-08-18

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