Nutribullet Reviews - Nutribullet Pro - Nutribullet 900 - Nutribullet 600

If you are excited about getting a Nutribullet but have now suddenly realised that there is an unexpectedly large choice of different models of the Nutribullet then hopefully this page will simplify things & make your choice much easier.

The Nutribullet range are fantastic for 2 main reasons:

  1. They have very powerful motors
  2. The specially shaped cups, develops a powerful 7 effective cyclonic action within the ingredients making it possible for the blades to unleash all the nutrients from within the fibrous fruit & vegetable cells in just moments, whilst also creating a totally silky textured smoothie.

To see which Nutribullets we have, go to the Nutribullets page

Nutribullet Pro 900

This is the top of the range Nutribullet. It has the largest motor at 900 watts which enables it to maintain a speed of 25,000 rpm! This is most definitely the ultimate personal blender being way more efficient than any other that is presently available.

Size: 13 x 13 x 36.5 cm high. 

Weight: 2.5 Kg

Capacity 0.9 litres

These also include 15 accessories as part of the set which enables you to be prepared for any situation. The 15-piece set consists of:

  • high-torque power base,
  • 2 extractor blades, enormous cup (945ml),
  • 2 tall cups (600ml),
  • brief cup (300ml),
  • flip-top to-go lid,
  • 2 screw-top travel lids,
  • lip ring,
  • handled lip ring,
  • user manual/cookbook,
  • Pocket Nutritional expert booklet,
  • Life-Changing Recipes book.

Nutribullet 600

This is the 2nd most popular Nutribullet. It has a smaller 600 watt motor that still manages an impressive 20,000 rpm which is much better than most other personal blenders.

These come with a 12 piece accessory set:

  • one x High Torque Electrical power base
  • one x Extractor Blade
  • one x Milling Blade
  • one x Tall Cup
  • two x Quick Cup
  • one x Handled Lip Ring
  • one x Typical Lip Ring
  • two x Stay Fresh Resealable Lids
  • one x Consumer guide/Recipe book
  • one x Pocket Nutritionist

They often have a bonus Nutriblast Superboost Powder (Worth £19.99) which is included.

It is also possible sometimes to get a cheaper, earlier model that comes with just an 8 piece accessory set.

Size: 14 x 15 x 31 cm high. 

Weight: 3.5 Kg

Capacity 0.9 litres

Nutribullet Pros

This is an incredibly well designed piece of kit. The powerful motor, tough blades & carefully designed lid all result in it being able to do a much better job than it's competitors in the same or lower price ranges. (The only blender that we have tested that can do a better job is the Vitamix, although they are likely to cost more than £400 & are not personal blenders but rather stay at home blenders & food processors).

They are super for ease of use & cleaning.

They make the best green smoothies out of the normal personal blenders.

Nutribullet Cons

If you overfill your Nutribullet past the max line, you are likely to start experiencing leaks.

The blade unit is not diswasher safe & must be hand washed.

They cost over £!00 - buy then in this area you really do get what you pay for, so it's worth it.

Magic Bullet - not recommended

This is the original appliance & was actually designed to be a small food processor. It is smaller with less powere, smaller blades & smaller cups. Although this can make smoothies it is not anywhere near as good as the Nutribullets.

Which is our favourite Nutribullet?

Its definitely the Nutribullet Pro 900. It is the highest spec nutribullet with the most accessories & bizarely it is often cheaper than the next model down the Nutribullet 600. (RRP for the 900 was £149.99 whilst for the 600 it was £165.87!) We can normally source them for quite a bit less than that too - see our Nutribullets page.

The only possible downside would be that it has extra accessories & therefore would require slightly more storage space - not a bad problem really!

Hopefully these Nutribullet reviews have helped you.