Blenders Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of blender would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
received it today, then tried it immediately, it's perfect machine, much better than my old 9400, however the 9400 made in Taiwan, but unfortunately the new machine made in china, not very happy with this!
I have used it about 2 weeks, everyday twice. it's good appliance, I love it. unfortunately a couple days ago when I ran the cleaning procedure, I failed to put the lid very tight, the water came out from the top, flow to the black base, then water go through the gap to inside, the next day I noticed there was a shadow on the LCD s...
The Optimum Vac2 is an incredible blender. Vacuum blending is the way to go and this is by far the best one to buy. It creates absolutely smooth smoothies that are delicious and easy to digest. It is so easy to use and to clean. It is also incredibly well- built - all the parts an pieces. I will not buy any other brand and believe this one will last for many years. I cannot wait to use it in many other applications.
Best blender I've ever had
Blends everything I've thrown at it, including frozens. The added bonus of vacuum means you can get super a smooth consistency with no aeration. It's built from solid materials and is quieter than my old nutri ninja. Overall an excellent quality product.
Blending used to be a exercise in frustration... not with this blender! Love it! We use it on an almost daily basis for ourselves or blending veggies for dogs :). Never fails us. The customer service from Froothie is fantastic as well. Would recommend this blender all day!
Questions & Answers
What’s the difference between Vac 2 and G2.6?
Athena Solutions Pty LtdOptimum Appliances
Hello Suzanne, better late than never :)
Both the G2.6 and Vac2 are high-speed blenders that can easily make:
Coconuts into coconut flakes/coconut butter
Kneading and more.
They are designed to last and outperform other blenders.
Here's a great comparison to Vitamix: http://www.froothie.com/optimum-vs-vitamix-vs-blendtec-comparison-review/
The 6-blade assembly of both models is longer than any other blender, allowing for superior chopping, slicing and grinding capabilities perfect for domestic users.
The key difference is the Vacuum technology, that the Vac 2 offers:
Powered by first-of-its-kind Vacuum Blending Technology and by a 2,238 Watts motor, the Optimum VAC2 Vortex Vacuum Blender is a groundbreaking appliance designed to improve food quality, preservation and shelf life. Vacuum technology eliminates the oxidation process by drawing the oxygen (which can lead to the destruction of nutrients in food), out of the blending jug, so you can enjoy maximum benefits!
Longer shelf life, increased freshness, nutrient preservation, zero oxidation, maximized nutrient intake - these are only a few bullet points of the latest vacuum technology. The Optimum VAC2, is the only High-Speed Vacuum blender in the market, equipped with a heavy-duty tamper, meaning you can make tasty ice cream, nut butters and more easily and efficiently.
See it in action here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKo4446vk_w
The Optimum G2.6 is featuring an elegantly simple LED touchscreen panel and has six automatic, one-push programmes. More info here: https://www.froothie.com.au/g2-6-blender
In summary both are fantastic blenders!
Hope that helps :)
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