Watch this NutriBullet review video and read the full post to decide if this blender is right for you!
Behind every tasty green smoothie is a powerful blender that turns fruits, veggies, and other raw ingredients into creamy green goodness.
Not all blenders are created equal, though.
My quest is to find the best blenders on the market (and the worst!) so you can decide which blender is right for you.
Today, I’m doing a NutriBullet review with their Pro 900 Series blender. In the demo video (below), I use our infamous Beginner’s Luck green smoothie recipe to test the power and efficacy of this bullet blender.
Watch the video to see this blender in action, and scroll down further for more pros & cons, product specs, and comment at the bottom with your own personal review!
VIDEO: NutriBullet Review
Here’s the specs:
- Type: Bullet blender (also known as an inverted blender)
- Price: $89 (this is Amazon’s price, which is usually the best deal)
- Motor: 900 watts
- Jar size: 32 ounce BPA-free container
- Warranty: 1 year limited
Is a NutriBullet better than a standard blender?
A NutriBullet blender is known as a “bullet blender” or an “inverted blender.” It works pretty much the same as any other standard blender. So, is it better than a standard blender? It depends on what your needs are. If you’re blending for a family, then this probably isn’t the best choice because of the 32 oz jar. Most standard blenders have 48 oz jars or larger. But if you’re looking for something that has a significant amount of power and is compact, then this blender is for you.
Which NutriBullet is best for smoothies?
NutriBullet has several types of blenders. You might be more familiar with the long-standing Magic Bullet blender (which I believe is their original model). There’s also the standard NutriBullet, NutriBullet Balance, NutriBullet RX, and of course… the NutriBullet Pro.
Our recommendation is the NutriBullet Pro. It has the best price point and is so simple to use! I’ve tried other NutriBullets that have power buttons, bluetooth settings, and more, but I prefer the simplicity and dependability of the pro version.
Who should get this blender?
Anyone can get this blender, though it works best for small families or people that are single. As far as smoothies go, it can make a maximum of two servings. It fits nicely in smaller kitchens that have limited storage, and also works nicely on-the-go (for all you van-lifers out there!).
I hope you learned a lot through this NutriBullet review! Now it’s your turn to share…
What blending hack should we know when using a bullet blender?