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  • 48 oz. copolyester container
  • Powerful 3.5 hp motor with 20,000 RPM
  • Variable speed controls
  • Easy to-use-paddle controls
  • Great for smoothies, bar drinks, soups, salsas, desserts, and more
  • 120V

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Waring MX1200XTX

Waring MX1200XTX

Blending is one of the most basic tasks in the professional kitchen. But there's more to blending food than many of us realize. Most chefs would agree that bigger is better when it comes to motors. And our blender, a Waring Extreme, has as big a motor as you can get before the lights in the kitchen start to dim. The design of the pitcher and the blades is critical. The blades don't simply cut the food down to size, instead they act in concert with the shape of the pitcher to compress, shear, and even cavitate the blending food. And flow is also important. A well engineered pitcher, like the one on our Waring blender, keeps the food flowing past the blades without the need to plunge a spatula into the mix. As you can clearly see here, liquid at the top of the pitcher is being pulled down by the blades before being cut and flung out to the sides of the pitcher. This is efficient blending. A final factor is the durability of the blades. A solid professional blender forges its blades from exotic steel alloys that are incredibly hard. Keeping the edges sharp even after grinding the toughest foods down the sides. Really hard, durable foods strain the motor and work to dull the blades. An extreme example is grinding wood chips into small fragments for our kitchen smoker. A lesser blender would overheat before getting the job done and the blades would quickly dull. But not everything in the kitchen needs such brute force. Sometimes it's better to use a bit of finesse and turn down the speed of the blades to do the best job, like for our olive puree. A clever and fast way to remove pits from olives for making tapenades or purees is by blending them on the lowest setting, blend the olives with no liquid for about 30 seconds, or until the pits are completely clean. Working on the lowest setting allows you to chop through the meat of the olive but not crack the pit into shards. Once you've blended the olive for about 20 to 30 seconds, you can empty them out into a container, and separate out the undamaged pits. At this point you're ready to make your tapenade, or you can return the olive meat to the blender and continue to blend into a puree. With the aid of the Waring's high powered motor, you can blend durable food like raw carrots into a soup without nothing more than a little water and time. To do this, add the clean and trimmed product to the blender and add just enough water to blend. Once the food begins to cook from heat created by friction, it is only a matter of minutes before it becomes a velvety smooth puree. But blenders can only blend something so fine, so blending for long periods of time will not yield an increasingly fine puree. However, the longer you blend the puree, the more the flavor will develop and change as it becomes hotter and further reduced. This is by the easiest way we know how to make a smooth vegetable puree. In order to blend something like peanuts, which seem very dry but contain a large amount of oil, it's important not to blend too quickly. You will also need to consider the volume you are blending. Too little, and the peanuts are flung to the sides and never made contact with the blade. Too much, and the peanuts will stop flowing and the blades will free-spin, at which point you will then need to scrap down the sides over and over, and this can become a huge waste of time. To blend the peanuts into a butter with minimal effort, start with about 600 grams of nuts on the lowest setting until they become fine pieces and begin to flow. At this point, you can begin to slowly turn up the speed. As a blender becomes warmer, the fat in the nuts begins to thin, and as this happens, the puree will begin to flow smoother and smoother. You can decide when the nut butter is finished depending on how coarse or how fine you want your butter. These are just of the many amazing things you can do with the Waring Extreme Blender. With its powerful motor, excellent blade design, and lasting durability, the Waring Extreme is a great addition to any commercial kitchen.

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Blend like never before with the Waring MX1200XTX Blender. From peanut butter to tapenades, this will be your new go-to in the kitchen!

Waring MX1200XTXP Specs
Width 8 1/2 Inches
Depth 8 1/4 Inches
Height 16 Inches
Amps 13 Amps
Hertz 50 - 60 Hertz
Phase 1
Voltage 120
Wattage 1,560 Watts
Capacity 48 oz.
Control Type Toggle or Paddle
Drinks per Day 75 - 99
Horsepower 3 1/2 HP
Jar Type Copolyester
Made in America Yes
NSF Listed Yes
RPM 1,500 - 20,000
Speeds Variable
Usage Food and Drink Blending

Customer questions about this product

Can I blend frozen fruit?
For the best results, we recommend partially thawing your frozen fruit before blending. Your frozen drinks will be smoother and you will extend the life of your blender. Blending fully frozen fruit could damage your blender and void the warranty.
What is the proper technique for cleaning my blender jar?
Due to the metal construction of their drive components, blender jars are a hand wash only item. They should not be run through a dishwasher, and care should be taken to avoid directly spraying the bottom of the container with a high pressure pre-rinse faucet. For best results, clean the bottom of the jar with a washcloth and a mild detergent or sanitizer when needed.
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Waring MX1200XTXP Details

Blend your bar or restaurant's most popular soups, smoothies, and mixed drinks with the Waring MX1200XTXP X-Prep 3.5 hp commercial blender! This blender features a 3.5 hp motor capable of up to 20,000 RPM for fast and efficient blending, while simple paddle switch controls let you change between variable and pulse settings. A dial lets you easily adjust speeds from 1,500 to 20,000 RPM, or you can use pulse to hit a maximum burst of 30,000 RPM for an intense and thorough blend. And thanks to its one-piece jar pad, this blender can be quickly cleaned after a busy day. It comes with one 48 oz. copolyester container for durability and resistance to cracks and breaks.

Overall Dimensions:
Left to Right: 8 1/2"
Front to Back: 8 1/4"
Height: 16"

  • NSF Listed

    NSF Listed

    This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • BPA Free

    BPA Free

    This item is free of the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) and is safe for food contact.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

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Warranty Info

Parts are subject to a 90 day warranty. All warranty claims are subject to manufacturer discretion. Warranty is not valid on any product leaving the U.S.

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Waring MX1200XTP (Formerly)

Customer Reviews

  • Overall User Rating: Waring MX1200XTXP X-Prep 3 1/2 hp Commercial Blender with Adjustable Speed / Paddle Switches and 48 oz. Copolyester Container

    4.8 stars from 6 reviews

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    1 out of 1 found this review helpful
    More power than we had expected! Handles any combination of ice and fruit to make sorbet or ice cream. easy to clean and durable heavy container.
    1 out of 1 found this review helpful
    I did a lot of research before I bought this blender, not only is it a monster! its cleans great,its an amazing deal compared to all the other brands. It is quiet loud at max speeds. of course webstraunt has the best deal
    1 out of 1 found this review helpful
    I am a trained chef and have used both other and waring blenders in the past. I can say without reservation after more than 2 months of every day use with a family who loves protein shakes I love this blender. It is quieter than the vitamix and pulverizes just about anything effortlessly. I have even made cherry ices from freshly cooked cherries and the consistency was smooth and luxurious. And did I say this thing was quiet? Do not ask yourself if you need this model- Waring really is that good. Just do it.
    1 out of 1 found this review helpful
    I have had this product for a week. I did quite a bit of research, but as good as the web is, hands-on is obviously much better. First I want to say that buying webstaurantstore was a good experience. Good price, really fast shipping, and very good communication. 5 stars for that. As for the product, it looks & feels very well built. The container has to be held/used to understand how solid it really is. I don't think that I have seen anything like it. I never would have thought I would say this, but I like it better than glass. My son said the same thing. This "small" size container is plenty large enough to make a smoothie for 3. If you need more than that frequently, then you may want to get the larger one. However, it blends so fast, making a second batch is really not an issue. Oh yea, as for the height, it barely fits under my cabinets. As for the base, it is quite a tank. It looks like you imagine from the pictures, but it is bigger than you think. It is not huge, but it is definitely much bigger than a standard blender. It looks industrial, but it is not "pretty", unless you happen to find something of obvious quality and sturdiness attractive (i do). There are a lot of warnings about how loud it is. This is actually not quite accurate. The blender is much more quiet than my more expensive Oster blender. It is not really noisy unless you are grinding up things that are frozen, etc. But yea, if you are grinding up ice, or frozen fruit, it sounds like you are grinding up gravel until it is smooth. So just from a week of use, and my observations of the quality of the machine I would rate it 5 stars. There are two reasons that I gave the overall rating 4 stars. One is that I kind of wish I would have gotten the Vitamix because they provide a plunger. The Waring videos seem to imply that the blender is so powerful that you don't need one, but this is incorrect. If you want something that is too thick to pour (sorbet like, etc.), then you will need to stop and mix manually. This machine with a plunger would easily be 5 stars. In addition, I am not thrilled with the 4-leaf clover design. It makes the above issue worse IMO. This is just my guess because I don't have another to actually compare, but I think a round one would blend thicker stuff better. For things you can pour, the clover design probably works better. So if I am correct, I guess it is simply a trade-off. It just depends on how you are going to use it. I like my smoothies thick, so a plunger and a round container would have made this an A++ product. As it is 4/5 isn't too bad. Read Less Read More
    This is an excellent blender, and it really get the job done. It is fast, powerful, and very sturdy, with exception of the switches, but haven't had an issue yet!
    This blender feels really high quality, and it blends food really quickly. I clean it by "blending" soapy water. The only issue is that the switch feels a little flimsy. However, I haven't had any problems with the switch breaking.

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