folkrockr: I like the NutriBullet, but it has difficulty crushing ice, and I have that
quite a bit with my smoothies.
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.
L. Gunn: Thank you so much for posting this! I'm off to Target for a NutriBullet
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
William Danner: Nice. Ms. Becky has a nice tight little body.
578sundriedAZ: You should've tested an avocado pit in the nutribullet
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.
respjames: If you haven't blended raw fruits and vegetables before, why not try the
nutribullet for $100? If you decide you would like to continue you can
always shell out the $400-$500 later. Some people might decide that they
don't like doing it and will have avoided a $400 paperweight. Just a
1122redbird: Nutribullet will rust (the moving parts within the blade piece) and will
drip rust into your drink. Believe me, I have 2 nutribullets and LOVED them
until this started happening. Google it, it's all over the net and youtube
that this is a problem. Don't use Nutribullet unless you like drinking
toxic rust. Takes about 2 months of heavy use to see the rust start. I
prefer the Nutribullets size and the strength is perfect. Too bad about
this problem, which ruins it.
Bill Milleker: I doubt if the Nutri bullet would last 6 months in my house. I've owned the
same Vitamix or the last 19 years, use it 3-6 times a day, 7 days a week,
and it's still going strong. Nutri bullet hasn't even been around for 19
years! Vitamix is a 92 year old American company. Nutri bullet is made in
China! Thanks for stabbing another fellow American in the back and putting
him on the unemployment line.
Tim Makara: Really...how many blenders do you need? Also, this comparison obviously was
not meant to compare apples to apples.
QENT2: Comparing a Nutribullet to a Vitamix is like comparing. VW to. Ferrari. A
true comparison would require weighing your ingredients. I have a Vitamix,
a Blendtec and my trusty Magic Bullet. They all play a different role in my
kitchen. I prefer Vitamix over Blendtec hands down. I am currently looking
at Tribest Personal or Nutribullet to replace my Magic Bullet. If your
thinking about Vitamix and have the money you won't regret it. This video
is helping my research, Thanks.
Lucas b: your not supposed to leave the tamper in while it runs...
bigsamosb: Good job ladies, I have the Nutribullet but I'm thinking about upgrading. I
thought the Vitamix was just an overpriced blender, but when I heard it
after it was turned up I was impressed by its power. I will be investing in
a Vitamix as well as incorporating your tips and suggestions into this new
journey I'm on. Keep up the good work.
Bob Moore: I turn off the NB after a few seconds, shake all the green pieces (or
oatmeal if I'm doing that) and no problem. As for the temp, you could
either use frozen fruit or cold water (or whatever liquid you like; I
prefer almond milk). That way I get a pretty cold smoothie.
GamerNation1221: That's gross.
thegonz9: I have no idea
shpierce1: They're in da kitchen
Liam L: why the hell do I find these 2 women so attractive?
Christina Sangster: stupid video, doesn't prove anything, proves its like a juice great, I want
to see u put it through a strainer lets see how truly smooth it is,
del690: Get a life Moron
byootifie: But . . . the big question is, how does the Nutribullet hold up over time?
I've read many reviews indicating that problems (leaking, etc.) begin
occurring w/i a few months, sometimes w/i a few weeks! Scary . . . I had
terrible problems w/ my Tribest personal blender leaking, and then
replacement seals not working. Finally sprang for a Vitamix and never
looked back. LOVE it!
whotusay750: You are not supposed to keep the plunger in when blending, read the
genapruitt: Thank you! :)
pointnozzleaway: i got a Nutribullet @ Kohl's with a 30% discount card..$70 out the door.
BEST $ i've ever spent....i would have paid the regular $100
muneko77: this is not an apples to apples deal....
Tahititoutou: There is one more difference. I own a NB and the extractor blade bushing
became loose and leaked. I brought it back to Canadian Tire where I had
bought it and they exchanged within a few seconds. If a VX goes defective,
how long before you can use the new one?
Tahititoutou: The container HAS to be smaller, else the power-to-volume ratio would be
too weak.The results of the 600W NB can compare to the 1300W VX because the
container is smaller.
alan30189: Xaxa Xixi, Thanks for the tip on Bed Bath n Beyond stocking the Blendtec. I
will check them out next time I get a coupon. alan30189
john doe: hello becky what do you think of the nutribullet overall
curious880: the Magic Bullet is not the same as the Nutri Bullet....
Vaughan Elphick: Just bought a Nutri Bullet myself after seeing this review, no way I would
spend that much on a Vitamix, totally overpriced.
Oneskeptical Guy: OK, payback! Here is my unbiased review and Tips! It is fantastic! It does
everything in infomercial. The quality far exceeds what you normally get
from a infomercial! Its better than the $400-$500 Juicers because it’s not
a hassle to use! It only takes 1 minute to fill it up with veggies and
fruits, blend it, drink down, and rinse off! You will love the nutribullet!
Leon Dawson: Yeah, they're there, but as you can imagine the P&H is through the roof!
Xaxa Xixi: if the store doesn't carry it, you can ask them to special order it for
you, make sure you talk to the person who handles blenders, etc...coz
others will say they won't do it....They do carry it online though
Amy Wong: I know Vitamix is a huge investment and its not something that everybody
can afford it. Nutribullet might by an alternative, but seriously....can
Nutribullet make soups? Knead dough? Make ice cream? You have to compare
apple to apple NOT apple to Orange! I have no issue if you want to do a
Blandtec VS. Vitamix, but this is not a true comparison. Sorry.
Jim Pierce: I've had mine for 14 months and it runs just like day 1.
suezeebaby: It would be cheaper to just order a new blending/lid thingy (technical term
stephyee491: Thank You for this quick and to the point comparison. I have a Nutribullet
and love it. May not blend quite as smoothly as the Vitamix, but with a bed
bath and beyond coupon, you could get it for $80, which is 1/6 the price of
Kanobi Tran: the real results is comparing both with less time frame.... try again but
in 15 sec
sgs92able: Why compare a 100 dollar product with a product that costs what 400+?
dysart manach: Nutribullet rocks!
007Moves: I did think of that but that was only the start of the problems. Because it
leaked into the motor it began to make this grinding sound with a burning
smell and was not as powerful anymore.
Bobsk871: I have never had any problem putting the cup on in any position, so I don't
know what you are referring to.
modesigns20: But the nutri bullet is great
Cameron McCollum: gona get on
brutus64: I have a Champ hp3 which is a professional blender and it is awesome. The
drawback is the lid has no plunger built in to break op air pockets around
the blade. I just got a Nutribullet yesterday and it sucks compared to the
Champ. I also got a Ninja and it also stinks. For good consistency I
recommend getting a used Vitamix so you will not be bumbed out gnawing on
whole seeds and chunks of kale leaves.