Magic Bullet Food Processor vs The NutriBullet

The purpose of this quick review is to look at the subtle differences between the nutribullet and magic so that you can decide which is the better choice for you.

With both the nutribullet and magic bullet you can quickly put together combinations and recipes without it taking ages to do so or having to clean out lots of different parts afterwards, just a couple of mins rinsing out the cups and its done. Similar blades and design style for both.

The Magic Bullet and Nutribullet belong to the same Bullet brand. Nutribullet is the big brother of the Magic Bullet. Though they have the same Appliance capabilities, same technology, the performance capabilities are different and this is where the real decision for buying the cheaper Magic Bullet or the Nutribullet comes in to play.

Magic Bullet Review £39.99 it scored 8.1 out of 10 in an average review.

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The Good: Initial one in Bullet series. Sleek and elegant. It uses bullet shapes Jar and a cyclonic cutting zone process to circulate food. It comes with lots of Jars and Lids if that is what you like?

The Bad: The power is 250- watt. It is not good for multi-tasking. It can only shred or chop a small amount of food. The smoothies consistency is average.

The Bottom Line: It is good for sauces or purees. Simple smoothie recipes and protein shakes come out really well, this is inportant because if you are using it for this purpose then its well worth the investment and its cheaper than the Nutribullet by £30 coming in at £39.99.But in green smoothies when you are adding loads of stuff nuts, seeds ect its just not got the horse power to combine everything together, the consistency is not great and you may as well chew what is left in the jug. But for me it works fine as i only do smoothies with Avocado or Banana and powdered stuff like barley grass, protein, nut butters ect so its not an issue.

Nutribullet 600 Review £69.99

9.3 out of 10 in an average review.

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The Good: The good part is, it is 600-watt, the performance is very good compared to Magic Bullet. Also, it uses cyclonic cutting zone with the unique design extractor blade to extract nutrients from the food.

The Bad: Costlier compared to Magic Bullet. The Power is not very great for multi-tasking. Though better than Magic Bullet, it shred, grind and chop small amount of ingredients.

The Bottom Line: Green smoothies comes out well in Nutribullet 600-watt. The consistency of smoothies, purees and sauces are good.

Comparison between Magic Bullet and Nutribullet

Specification Magic Bullet Nutribullet
Wattage Output 250 Watt/0.34 HorsePower 600 Watt/0.8 HorsePower
Number of Speeds 1(Pulse) 1 (Pulse)
Capacity 18 oz 24 oz
Appliance Capabilities Shredder, Blends, Grinds, Chops Shredder, Blends, Grinds, Chops
RPM 2,000 RPM 20,000 RPM
Warranty 1 year 1 year
BPA (Bisphenol A) Free Free
In the Box 11 Piece set

1 Power Base
1 18-oz Tall Cup
1 12-oz Short Cup
2 Stainless-Steel Blades (Cross & Flat)
2 Stay-Fresh Re-Sealable Lids
2 Shaker-Steamer Tops
4 Party Mugs
4 Colored Lip Rings
1 10-Second Recipe book

8 Piece Set

1 Power base
1 24-oz. pitcher
2 18-oz. cups
1 Milling blade
1 Extractor blade
2 comfort lip rings
2 stay-fresh resealable lids
1 User guide/recipe book/pocket nutritionist

Price £39.99 £69.99

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