What are the differences between the manual (Omniblend I / TM767) and the electronic (Omniblend V / TM800)?
If you are looking for the perfect blender to suit your cafe, restaurant or home kitchen, then you need to be in the know.
Here are the main differences between the manual Omniblend I and the electronic Omniblend V, but first, what is not different about them.
- Both are powered by the same grunty 3HP motor, with the same warranty applying to the motor and control panel.
- Both manual and electronic machines are available in our three fabulous colours: Burgundy, Ebony and Ivory (depending on stock levels) and can be used with any of the jars: 2.0L, 1.5L, 1.5L B-jar.
- You can select any of the jar options with your preferred blender. Or even have more than one (highly recommended for commercial setups).
We sometimes use the term”Pro” along with the model name to indicate you’re looking at a setup with the 2.0L Omniblend jar.
We also stock a full range of spare parts for all models.
Omniblend I (Manual Omniblend)
Also referred to as model number TM767, the manual Omniblend I gives total control over your blending, as the operations are fully manual. The control panel has switches and dials which means it’s not as easy to clean as the Omniblend V.
ON THE CONTROL PANEL: On/Off Switch, Pulse Switch, Variable Speed Controls.
Omniblend V (Electronic Model)
The ever-popular TM800 is the electronic Omniblend V . With pre-programmed 30, 60 and 90 second cycles, you can leave the blender doing it’s thing while you deal with customers or see to the kids. It will switch off automatically at the end of the cycle.
The flat control panel is a breeze to wipe clean.
ON THE CONTROL PANEL: Touch-button settings control the automated 30, 60 and 90 second speed cycles, plus a Pulse button. You also have options for manual use at Low, Medium or High Settings – when you press these they will run at that speed until you stop it.
To stop blending at any time, simply press any button!