NutriBullet Blenders Review & Guide
Maintaining a healthy diet doesn’t have to mean eating the same salad every day. From green detox smoothies to spicy tomato soup and frozen vegan desserts, mix things up and get a healthy kick out of NutriBullet’s range of blenders.
Using what the brand calls ‘Nutrition Extraction’, products like the NutriBullet 1000 and NutriBullet Pro+ 1200 are claimed to break down fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and other plants in a way that squeezes more of the vitamins and minerals into your drink or dish to get the most out of each blend. Each item also comes with a recipe book to help you whip up some ideas.
How much does a NutriBullet cost?
The NutriBullet range typically costs between $59.95 and $329.95, depending on whether you opt for a personal blender or a larger full size model. These are listed below.
NutriBullet Personal Blenders
NutriBullet personal size blenders include:
- Magic Bullet to Go: $59.95*
- Magic Bullet Value Pack: $79.95*
- NutriBullet GO Portable Blender: $79.95
- NutriBullet 600 Series: $99.95*
- NutriBullet 900 Series: $109.95*
- NutriBullet 900 Series MEGA: $119.95*
- NutriBullet Pro 1200 Series: $149*
- NutriBullet 1000 Series: $169.95*
- NutriBullet Pro 1000 Series: $179.95*
- NutriBullet 1200 Series: $189.95*
- NutriBullet Pro+ 1200: $189.95*
- NutriBullet Select 1200: $229.95*
NutriBullet Full Size Blenders
For those looking to make more than just a single serving of a smoothie, the full-sized blenders include:
- NutriBullet Combo 1200: $269.95*
- NutriBullet Smart Touch Blender Combo: $329.95*
It all started with the NutriBullet 600, but now the brand has expanded its NutriBullet collection to include a number of personal blenders and full size blenders to offer different levels of power at varying price points. A few models are listed below.
Magic Bullet To Go
Flex your cooking chops and get creative with what NutriBullet describes as the most versatile ‘must have’ tool in the kitchen. From onions to coffee beans, the Magic Bullet is claimed to chop, dice, grate and grind as well as blend and juice a range of ingredients within seconds. The multipurpose appliance is also said to come in a compact design for convenient use.
NutriBullet previously had a similar blender known as the Veggie Bullet. The 3-in-1 food processor functioned as a spiralizer, shredder and slicer to create a variety of dishes such as zucchini ‘spaghetti’ or cauliflower rice.
The Magic Bullet to Go is the cheapest blender you’ll find from the popular brand, and is even three times less expensive than the original.
NutriBullet 900 Series
With a blending power of 900 watts, NutriBullet states this blender will break down the toughest ingredients including wheat grass and whole fruit. The extractor is also claimed to be capable of crushing and nuts!
For people who are just entering the ‘world of juicing’ and making at-home smoothies, the NutriBullet 600 is one of the cheapest blenders from the range and is a decent alternative. It uses a 600W motor to create around five servings, which can be filled into a 500mL tall cup.
- 900W motor base
- Extractor blade
- 700ml tall cup
NutriBullet 1000 Series
If you’re searching for a blender to begin making nice smoothies at home, the NutriBullet 1000 provides 1000W of power. It includes an easy-twist extractor blade, nutrient extraction and several controls for versatility.
Some of the accessories include:
- 900ml colossal cup
- 500ml short cup
- Flip top lid
- Handled lip ring
NutriBullet 1200 Series
Unlike many of the other blenders available in the range, the NutriBullet 1200 has premium accessories like a stainless steel cup that’s claimed to keep drinks cool for up to eight hours. This model also offers two AutoBlast Cycles which pulse and automatically switch off after reaching what the brand describes is ‘optimum extraction’.
Some accessories include:
- 900ml colossal cup
- 900ml colossal cup with handle
- Two comfort lip rings
- Vessel grip
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NutriBullet Select 1200
If you like the NutriBullet Select 1000, but want more of an all-rounder kitchen blender, the NutriBullet Select 1200 allows you to use the appliance to blend as well as mince, puree and crush food. It also has a variable speed function which allows you to choose different speed options, depending on what you’re making.
Some accessories include:
- 900ml pitcher
- 900ml cup
- 590ml travel cup
- 700ml travel cup
Should I buy a NutriBullet blender?
Described to do more than juice and blend drinks, NutriBullet provides items designed to offer flexibility in the kitchen, with its range giving you plenty of options when it comes to dinner time.
If you’re looking to change your diet, the Magic Bullet can also function as a food processor as it can chop, dice, grate and grind, giving you the ability to make anything from ground coffee to pancake batter. It is also said to blend and juice ingredients, offering more versatility than some of the other NutriBullet products. The fact the compact appliance is the lowest priced product from the brand might also make the Magic Bullet to Go an ideal option.
For those who just want a blender capable of mixing a variety of ingredients, the classic NutriBullet series line provides different models with powers ranging from 600W up to 1200W. Since many of these blenders are said to produce multiple servings each time, the collection may be suitable for families and other healthy households.
Still unsure if a NutriBullet blender is the best choice for you? Find the ultimate blender by comparing a wide selection of brands with Canstar Blue’s customer satisfaction ratings via the link below.
*Prices taken from Nutribullet, correct as of January, 2023.
What do customers think about NutriBullet Blenders?
In 2022, Australian customers gave NutriBullet 4 out of 5 stars for overall customer satisfaction for blenders.
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