Steven Hunter: At the end of the day, it all depends on what you need. If all you need is
a blender for making smoothies then I suppose Nutribullet is one way to go.
It does a good job, though it won't last anywhere near as long as a
Vitamix. I've read about issues with motor burn out, blade breakage, and so
forth. The Vitamix, on the other hand, has to be seen as an investment. It
isn't only a blender: it blends, makes soups, ice cream/sorbets, nut
butters, grinds grains into flour, grinds meat, and on down the list.
Comparing these two appliances is a bit of a joke, to be honest.
loangdec: I'd bang both of these girls...even though they are probably somewhere in
the southern states..I'd travel. Skinny chick has a great rack..chubby
chick has a great ass...I wonder how much of my juice both of them can
Annette A: thank you so much for the demo. I just received my 900 watt Pro Series
Nutri Bullet and can't wait to try it.
Uncle Bernie: I had a nutribullet but put it away because go the Consumer's Report on
blade breakage. I then bought a Nutrinija, basically the same thing. I
really want a Vitamix, but-$500 and it is enormous. I truly do not have the
room on my counter.
Michael Delpach: TLDR: Not quite fine as a Vitamix.
Filed under #compare #vitamix #nutribullet
Mike McKerrow: Thanks for doing the review, very helpful.
Anna Moon: My $35. Food processor makes nut butters and blends my soup.. VitaMix makes
ice cream? Are you talking abount blending ingredients that make the ice
cream? NutriBullet does that, too. Im sure VitaMix does a good job, but my
bullet can do all that. Ive had mine for two years and its phenominal.
Easiest to clean, less storage space, economical... And way less $$$ I used
to drool over VitaMix demos, but more! Now I walk by with a grin for saving
Sketchrcat: I've had the Nutribullet 600 for over a year and I haven't had any issues
with it..!! Now that said; first off; the Nutribullet comes with an
extractor blade and a MILLING BLADE! Sooo, if you actually want a smooth
smoothy use the milling blade on your nuts & seeds 1st; then take the
milled nuts and or seeds and add them to your Nutribullet veggy & fruit
concoction; add only enough water to barely touch the max-fill line; and
then Nutriblast it all, for about 45 seconds / to 50 seconds.
If you want more of a juice type consistency add a little bit less veggys
/ fruits to the overall blast contents; if you want a more of a smoothy
consistency add a good amount of veggy to fruit ratio and blast away. Its
that simple! You don't need to crowd 2 pounds of veggies and or fruit into
the container at one time, either! If you do want more; just make another
blast; again simple solution.
Because your extracting a ton of nutrient dense liquid from the fruits &
veggies in each blast; you don't need a lot of one kind of fruit and
vegetable put into the Nutribullet. It's far better to put a little bit of
a variety of different fruits in; and this especially true to do with the
vegetables you want to liquify thru the extractor. Oh and don't forget to
rotate your vegetables that you're putting in each day....especially with
Kale. One day put in Kale; the next day put in spinach instead of the
kale...and so on and so on. Easy way to do it is just by colors; the more
different colored vegetables you take in weekly the healthier it is for you.
And only use the extractor with organic fruits and vegetables, and nuts and
seeds. Because some of the packaged nuts and seeds are treated with
chemicals (PPO), under the guise of pasteurization; and when you go to
Nutriblast these packaged products, those harmful pasteurization chemicals
are released into your smoothy; and the chemicals used in said process are
known to cause cancer! So only use organic products in either extractor
featured in the above video.
The best sinario, in my opinion, is to have both a Nutribullet, (especially
for travel situations), and either a Nutri-Ninja Pro, or the Vitamix...so
that you get all the best from both worlds. Vitamix makes more mixure, if
you have more then one person drinking...and Nutribullet is great for just
extracting for one person....
AthionBel: my biggest issue with the nutribullet, is the cups are are to small. I have
to blent all my stuff at separate times & they still barely fit into the
Awakeon Earth: I love my Nutribullet! Have had it over a year and it has paid for itself
in my renewed health benefits. Why did she have to hold down the lid on the
Vitamix? Plus, she had to rev up the power on the Vitamix to equal the
Nutribullet and that was the 600 watt model. Go Nutribullet!!!
primo8486: you just got crapted on bullit FTMFW
Jennie Ashley: This is kind of invalid... You aren't supposed to leave the tamper in the
yupyup1562: This review only solidified my decision that the NutriBullet is the one for
me. I don't make nut butters nor do I need it to heat soup, I am looking
for something that will make a smooth fruit, vegie, nut smoothie.
Also, I have read numerous negative reviews on the Vitamix. People having
problems with it right after purchase or even just a few months later and
the common complaint by them all is how horrible customer service is when
there is a problem.
I do like the idea of buying American Made but if the company has such
awful customer service when there are problems, and apparently there are
quite a few, then they are not standing behind their product and that is
not what I want to deal with on such a large appliance investment.
Jennifer Nickel: Can the NutriBullet make hot soup or Almond Milk?
greenmarine5: I have the 600 watt version, I should of bought the 900 watt version.
Because the 600 watt version does a slightly better job than a $25.00
pucrob: I have both also, starting out with the Vitamix. I needed something smaller
for an individual serving, and the Nutribullet does the job, and well. Just
ordered the 900 watt version.
Alasdair King: There was more water used in the vitamix, a whole bottle compared to 2/3 of
a bottle in the NutriBullet, so it will be smoother.
TheDiet God: The skinny chick is the one with the Vitamix....
Sascha Jay: Ich habe ihn benutzt, er ist scheiße, der muss 8 Minuten laufen, dass man
erstmal nichts mehr kauen muss... totaler Dreck
Melody A: How can you even compare the two? You can make apple juice, frozen
desserts, hot cocoa, almond milk, and soup in the Vitamix. Cleanup is
literally one min, so you can use it 5x a day. Capacity is far greater.
Blade is way sharper. Motor can't be beat. Sould have done Blendtec vs
Vitamix. This is a joke.
lowgizzle: I'd bang the chick with the glasses…...
nagaraj 8322: Have you seen Fat Blast Furnace? (Go google it) It is a quick and easy way
to shed fat fast.
Colleen K. Peltomaa: Please show an updated review of the Nutribullet 900-watts, 25,000 rpm,
Cindy Church: I think the nutribullet is great, but.... you have to be able to not have
it run over 1 or 2 minutes, or else you will burn the motor up. The
nutribullet is $99. I know this because I have, over the past few years,
invested in one (I have had 3 in the last 5 years, each one lasted about
2-3 months). Each time, I use as directed, but the plastic pieces of the
nutribullet wear out and/or break; each one ultimately started leaking into
the motor and shortly after, shorted the entire thing out. Each time, it
shorted out before I had actually paid for the item (I had staggered the
payments). In retrospect, IF I had put aside $25 a pay check or more, each
month and purchased a Vitamix, I would still have the Vitamix. You can
actually get a refurbished Vitamix 5200 for about $300-$350. Hind-sight is
not fun. Plus, it really is not fair to compare the two solely on making a
smoothie, because with the Vitamix, it does soooo much more! - soups,
sorbets, ice cream, nut butters, etc. I would recommend waiting a few extra
months and saving up for something that is made well and won't
break/leak/short out. (Vitamix has 7 year warranty).
Julie Lamberts: The NutriBullet is made in China and the Vitamix is made in the US! Why
buy from China when you should be supporting your own economy.
Ricky Petty: On my way to get me A NutriBullet
Lee L: I have the hot's for Becky.. My spidey sense tell's me that she's a freak
59seank: Great review. Thanks!
TheEsotericDesi: I've been using NutriBullet for over a year now and it turns flax into 100%
Liquid... :-P Best device... :-P
trackboi512: anybody else wanted to shoot themselves after watching this video?
Jazminn Davis: The thing with the Nutribullet is that its one serving and much faster
cleaner up! I even put whole frozen strawberries with their stems still on
and everything is gone if I leave on for 2 minutes! Vitamix is great for a
larger amount for a family. Love that too, but I find I use my nutribullet
Daniel Sait: Great video..really helpful review...
rebecca closure: they don't share cups, no fluid sharing
folkrockr: I like the NutriBullet, but it has difficulty crushing ice, and I have that
quite a bit with my smoothies.
Jazminn Davis: I LOVE my Nutribullet - I use it 3 times a day! Love Love!
KidScipio: has anyone ever died of oxalic acid poisening from too much raw
crucerferous vegetables. it seems extremely dangerous
Yvan Verenka: My Nutri bullet gave out on me today. Last week there was a leak from the
cheap seals it has and kale juice went inside the motor and switches. You
have to really torque down that blade cover compared to the Vitamix.
Warranty? One year compared to seven...
Jennifer Howell: This was very informative. Thank you ladies.
bdhu2001: You mixed the ingredients incorrectly in the Vitamix. You should put
liquid first. Both NutriBullet and Vitamix want you to have liquid next to
L. Gunn: Thank you so much for posting this! I'm off to Target for a NutriBullet
Bobby Winford: You guys ROCK! Awesome, thanks.
Chris Ashcroft: I use my Nutri-Bullet all the time. Please note. It comes with a separate
blade to grind seeds that they don't use in this video. I grind the flax
seeds first with the correct blade...then put it in the smoothie. Much
jaspermatty: Vitamix costs $375 at Costco. John at discount Juicer also compares the 2.
I'm far from rich, but knew the Vitamix was a great investment. Going
strong for 2 years, now and I use it every day.
t0fast: For every Vitamix you buy you could had bought 4-5 Nutribullets. I think it
comes down to how much more you think the Vitamix really is worth paying
for when the results for what most people will be using them for are very
578sundriedAZ: You should've tested an avocado pit in the nutribullet
jaspermatty: Vitamix 7X longer warranty and made in America.
Matty S: Why is it when people compare the 2, all they ever make is a smoothie? And
even then, they never put the contents through a sieve to prove they are as
smooth as each other.
There are a lot of smoothie makers, even some cheaper and as good as the
Nutribullet. But none come close to what the Vitamix can do.
I've owned 8 or 9 blenders over the years, and now know I will not buy
anything other than a Vitamix, unless someone else decides to bring out a
product that really can compete with it for a lot less.
If all you make is smoothies, and don't mind just a 1 year warranty, along
with the unreliability of the Nutribullet (I had one, died twice in 13
Months, out of warranty and went in the trash), then go right ahead and get
bobby mandrake: Honestly the vitamix is the superior product. You honestly get what you pay
for. but the vitamix is not affordable for everybody.
OhPervyOne: +getpurevitality - Have you done a side-by-side strainer test, where you
pour the two smoothies into two strainers (not collanders, please) and see
which is smoother, which strains through faster, which is grainier and
which leaves more stuff behind in the strainer after the juice passes
This is something people like to consider when juicing.
Aside from all that:
- Have you tried making flour from grains in the NB?
- Have you made fresh peanut-butter with the NB?
- Have you made any fresh almond-milk in the NB?
Enquiring Minds want to know.