Nobody wants to eat more vegetables...
At least for me and my family, that is.
Just the mere site of "greens" in their plates makes them lose their appetite.
But as a loving parent and health-conscious person, what should I do?
My unbiased review of the Nutribullet PRO 900 extraction machine and why it's changed my life...
Fortunately, I've discovered "juicing and green smoothies".
So if you can't eat them, drink them.
You're probably convinced already that you should be drinking more "greens" to help your body get more valuable vitamins and nutrients.
And now you're on a quest for that "perfect blender".
Unfortunately, there are "no answers that will be perfect for all".
We have different situations and as such, you'll probably require a different solution for your problem. I'm here to help if you've been considering the Nutribullet PRO 900 watts deluxe version.
Just in case you're not familiar with the Nutribullet brands, they are the ones that popularized the "personal countertop blenders" with their release of the Magic Bullet blender (yeah from those infomercials).
But this review is not an informercial.
It's an unbiased review of the PRO version (900 watts).
My goal here is simple: To help you decide whether this product is for you or not.
So let's get right to it...
What is the Nutribullet PRO 900 watts series (deluxe)?
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It's the big brother of the Nutribullet 600w (the Original Nutribullet - and here's a complete article and review about it).
Why even bother with a Nutribullet anyway if you already have a blender.
It's because you're probably not using that blender (even if it's a Vitamix/Blendtec) because it's just difficult to use and clean.
Cleaning a blender will usually take you between 5-15 minutes tops.
But the Nutribullet appliances aren't like that. It's quick, easy to clean and does the job well.
Difference between the 600 watts vs the 900 watts model?
The most obvious is the motor size. The higher wattage (900 watts) is more powerful. That means it is more durable and can create more "finer" smoothies.
Of course, it will cost more electricity to use. But fortunately, you'll only use the Nutribullet appliances in short cycles (usually less than a minute).
Well, aside from the bigger motor (the 900 watts) the Nutribullet PRO 900 has bigger cups as well.
It also has a resealable lid that's perfect when you're on the go or mobile as you can hold the cup on one hand while drinking.
Nutribullet PRO compared with the Magic Bullet and Nutribullet
You really can't compare the lower end (lower wattage) blenders with this PRO version. I'm referring to the Magic Bullet, which is only 250 watts and the Nutribullet original which is 600 watts.
But there's a blender in the market that can be comparable to this PRO version (it might even be better - so let's find that out below)...
Nutribullet PRO versus the Nutri Ninja Auto IQ (BL450/455/456/482) models
They may sound, look the same, and might even have the same motor wattage (900 watts) but they are not.
The Nutri Ninja PRO and Auto IQ blenders have been shown to crush ice better than the Nutribullet PRO. Just watch the video below for a quick comparison.
It looks like that the Nutri Ninja Auto IQ was able to crush ice properly.
Can the Nutribullet PRO 900 Crush Ice?
Yes, to some degree. It does leave "ice chunks" and does not make a good job if you just want to crush ice.
However, take note that if you put ice on your smoothie drinks, it tends to crush it much better. It probably has something to do with the blades being able to crush more ice if there are foods and liquids together with it.
Price Comparison between different models
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The cheapest among the Nutribullet family is the smallest blender (250 watts), the Magic Bullet.
The Nutribullet 600 costs around $50-80 while the Nutribullet PRO version costs around $75 - $120.
But if you pick the Nutri Ninja machine, you'll probably be paying way less (about $30-$40 cheaper). And the Nutri Ninja machines can crush ice much better than the PRO version.
Want to splurge? The most expensive blenders would be the high-end professional blenders from Vitamix and Blendtec.
If you have the budget, I would recommend that you try the Vitamix or the Blendtec blenders because they can be used to make soup as well.
Where can you find the best deals for the Nutribullet PRO?
The Nutribullet PRO is being sold in many stores and online retailers.
You can find the best deals online from the world's leading online retailer: Amazon.
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I bought my nutribullet 900 Pro from a TV advertisment. Paid too much for it but I like it. I bought it about a month ago and use it every day. Often twice a day. Now however, when I put the container on the nutribullet and turn it while pressing down, it does not go on anymore. I have to use my hand and press it down and keep my hand on it or it stops. There doesn’t look to be anything wrong with it. Does this sound familiar? I filled out my warrenty card online so I know its under warrenty. What do you suggest I do? Thanks.
I considering to buy a new version of Nutribullit.
And I have the version of 600 watt. So my choices are one of the 2 you are comparing. I noticed something on the video. That the time that you give the nutri bullit Pro not even 30 sec is. So my question is: Why? If the nutri bullit Pro has more speed/power. Doesn’t it mean that you should compare it with the speed of the older version. The 600 watt takes max 1min to blend it all, so why do you don’t give it at least 30sec or 45sec?because it’s is only 150% faster/more powerful? instead of twice as powerfull/faster 1200watt. (200%)
From the Netherlands