Vitamix 756 - 64oz Container w/Ice Blade Assembly & Lid

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SKU: 756


64 oz. / 2.0L Polycarbonate Container with ice blade assembly and lid - 1 per standard pack, 3.2 lbs. / 1.45 kg., 0.6 cubic feet / .02 cu.m

Container fits:

  • Touch & Go Blending Station
  • Blending Station MP
  • Drink Machines
  • BarBoss


Plug into the Movement! Vitamix has been manufacturing top-of-the-line commercial and home blenders since 1937 when the first Vitamix machine was introduced. Vitamix is a family-owned and operated company that emphasizes the quality of their machines and helpful customer service. Their mission is simple: "to be the best blending equipment company in the world."


Vitamix 756 - 64oz Container w/Ice Blade Assembly & Lid is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing price! Bought this recently and saved a lot of money by purchasing complete kit!
Date published: 2013-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! Great Blender. I would highly reccommend to anyone.
Date published: 2014-04-16
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What is the difference between a "wet blade" and an "ice blade"?  Which one came with my original purchase?   Thanks,  Donovan

Asked by: Donovan
A wet blade is primarily used for food blending, it is thinner and has pointed ends to better pierce the fruit while it is blending. Ice blades are better for frozen drinks, they have a thicker, tempered blade so that it doesn't chip on the ice. Please call us at 888-810-5043 or email with your original order number and we can tell you which blade you have.
Answered by: DanPrima
Date published: 2014-04-07

Hi, Does this container fit all vitamix blenders? Thanks

Asked by: Shell
This container is compatible with Touch & Go Blending Station, Blending Station MP, Drink Machines and BarBoss blenders.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-09-09
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