NutriBullet Vs Magic Bullet?



NutriBullet has a powerful 600 watt motor. It’s new extractor blade and path breaking cyclonic motion helps break down fruits and vegetables to their nutrient level. It grinds seeds and stems of fruits and vegetables unlike typical juicers which wastes the valuable nutrients they contain.

Effortlessly pulverizes fruits, vegetables, superfoods and protein shakes into a delicious, smooth texture
High-torque power base and 600-watt motor
Power, patented blade design and cyclonic action combine to extract all nutrients from food helping to achieve the healthiest lifestyle possible
Includes a power base, 1 tall cup, 2 short cups, 1 flat blade and 1 emulsifying blade, 2 resealable lids, pocket nutritionist and manual with recipes.


Magic Bullet

Magic Bullet is easier to use than a blender due to its compact size. This also makes it more fun for children to use. It is also easy to clean and fun to use.

17-piece high-speed mixing system chops, whips, blends, and more
Includes power base, 2 blades, 2 cups, 4 mugs, 4 colored comfort lip rings, 2 sealed lids, 2 vented lids, and recipe book
Durable see-through construction; press down for results in 10 seconds or less
Microwave- and freezer-safe cups and mugs; dishwasher-safe parts
Measures approximately 4 by 4 by 10 inches; 1-year limited warranty

Bottom line:

Having used both I would tell you that the NutriBullet is a slightly better version of the Magic Bullet. It doesn’t leave as much pulp residue behind. But the Magic Bullet machine is almost half the price of the NutriBullet. Depending upon your budget you might just opt for the Magic Bullet. But frankly the $24 dollar juicer I bought from WalMart (set to liquify) works just fine for me.

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