You might not want to use your blender to make your smoothie today.

Do you own a Vitamix blender? Keep reading to find out more about this active recall.

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Why Should Michigan Residents Stop Using Their Vitamix?

On June 20th, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall notice that expanded the previous Vitamix recall.

Why? What is going on?

This recall expansion includes more models, roughly 570,000 blending containers, and blade bases.

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Between April 2017 and May 2024, these recalled Vitamix products were sold at multiple major retailers across the United States and Michigan, including Best Buy, Costco, Crate & Barrel, Macy's, Target, Williams Sonoma, and Walmart.

These products were also sold online at,, and

The clear containers and blade bases that are involved in this recall are certain Vitamix Venturist and Ascent Series blenders, including

  • the Venturist V1200,
  • Ascent A2300,
  • Ascent A2500,
  • Ascent A3300, and
  • Ascent A3500 blenders

As of this publication date, Vitamix has received 27 reports of customers getting lacerations on their hands when they come in contact with the exposed blades.

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What Should You Do If You Have A Recalled Product?

The Vitamix brand is asking that everyone, including anyone that participated in the 2018 recall, should "immediately stop" using the 8-ounce and 20-ounce blending containers and blades.


You need to contact Vitamix at to receive a repair kit.

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The repair kit includes a "protective plastic shroud to attach over the blade base and additional instructional labels."

At this time, the company is not giving out any replacements or refunds. Check out the full recall notice for more details.

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