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Compare The Nutribullet and Ninja Blender | My Personal Experience

Updated on September 7, 2014

What I think about the Nutribullet and Ninja Blender and Why?

First off let me start out by saying WELCOME. If you were to compare the Nutribullet and Ninja you will find they are very simlar in the tasks they can do. For instance they are both good for

SmoothiesMilling flours and spicesMaking soups and other pureesCrushing ice in drinks and other cold thingsHealthy living...and moreYou will notice they are both around the same price and can handle the same work loads. So which one is better. In my opinion it depends. Let me start by telling you a story. I am a cake decorator now, and I have always been fascinated with food and kitchen gadgets. I own more blenders, knives, knife sharpeners, mixers, etc. You name it and I probably own it or have used it in the past. I saw a commercial on TV late at night once for a Magic Bullet. Do you remember those. YA...Me too.Well when I was watching I just had to have one. So I ordered it and loved it. However, I always felt like it was lacking, missing something if you will. Do you know what that is? POWER. So when I saw the Nutribullet I have to have that as well. Then came along the Ninja. I saw it and have to have it. You know what, its got power to. So lets get down to comparing the Nutribullet and Ninja blender.

Lets Compare the Two Blenders

When I go shopping for something I always compare one model to another either of the same brand or different. The only way to really gauge the difference is to try them out for yourself. However since most of you are probably on a budget and can only get one of these blenders let me walk you through some of the most notable differences.

What I love about my Nutribullet

With thiis blender you will notice a few things. One it looks like a cup already and you have the ability to take it on the go with you. That is what I like most about it. The portability aspect. Actually let me tell you how I use it everyday.

With the Nutribullet I use it everyday to make a fruit smoothie. This is a simple task, takes some strawberries, a banana, and some orange juice, blend it up and walah. Breakfast. The comtainers travel well so I just take it with me on my drive to work in the morning. It is refreshing and a great way to start out your day.

I think that if you are on a budget but want to get something that can handle small tasks and make great smoothies then this is the one for you.

This has a 600 watt base that can power through almost anything you throw its way. It however does have issues sometimes with frozen things like when I try to make my daily frozen fruit smoothie and do not succeed in getting all the fruit completely smooth.The containers that this one comes with are larger, however, they still do not hold to much as far as liquids go.The number one job of this is to promote healthy living and its primary purpose is to make smoothies and super drinks.

Want more information?

These are two great machines. Do some deaper research and see what others are saying about them.

My thoughts about my little Ninja!

I love my Ninja blender. Why? Because it can handle so much. It has a lot of power and when you but food and power together you get smooth creamy textures. Also I can make a variety of other things that the Nutribullet just cannot do because it was not designed to do so.

Here are my thoughts

what I like about the ninja is the ability to use a variety of different size bases. There is one for an individual size all the way up to something like a party or family size container.The power you get with the ninja does not even compare to the Nutribullet. It has a 2 hp motor in it which is much more powerful.Another thing I like is the different speeds and settings this has.

See how well these two blenders work

There are two videos here so make sure you have some time and watch them both to see for yourself what they can do.

What Blender Do You Like More?

What Blender Do You Like More?

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I shared my personal thoughts and stories, what about you!


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