Rated 5 out of 5Â by pamanddan EXCELLENT AND THEN SOME
I am an avid juicer for over a year now. Every morning I start my day by juicing. Always heard about the NutriBullet but never thought it could be as good as my juicer. I finally gave in and I wish I had listened to my friends sooner because this is an amazing product. It couldn't be any easier to assemble and make your "meal" and it is ridiculously easy to clean up. OMG. The finished product is so different than a juicer, more substance and no waste of what you put into it. I am totally sold on NutriBullet and the only thing I regret is not getting one sooner.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by H2osunrise A wonder for green smoothies
I purchased the Nutribullet for making green smoothies and am amazed at how well it emulisifies the kale and spinach. It even liquifies celery! I used to make my smoothies using a blender but now I am able to make them in the Nutribullet in much less time and the clean up is so much quicker. It is a lot quieter than I thought it would be, too. The only issue I have is that sometimes I have a hard time getting the top off after it has finished blending since it is so wide. But I just put on a pair of rubber gloves and am able to get a good grip and it comes off.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by flautist57 Love it!
This it a great machine--blends fruits, vegetables, greens, nuts and seeds into smoothies like a dream. It also comes with a milling blade so you can make seeds into flour. It's easy to use, easy to clean up, comes with lots of great recipes. Just follow the directions and don't overfill it. I've read the reviews where people complained about it leaking, but evidently they didn't believe that "max" means exactly that. I have heeded that warning (also written at the bottom of every page) and have had no trouble with it whatsoever. It's great value for the money, and it's portable enough that I'm taking it with me on vacation.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by NCTexan2015 Depends what you're using it for
I used to have the Magic Bullet and it finally had issues with the blade piece. I was generally frustrated with it leaking though, so I read the reviews on the NutriBullet and thought it would be a good step up. I make protein smoothies to take to work and usually don't put a ton of liquid in them (until now), which the Nutribullet doesn't like. If there is enough liquid in the container, it works great, although I still have the same leaking as I did with the Magic Bullet. If you're trying to make a thicker smoothie though with ice, and you need a blade that will agitate the ingredients until they start blending, this doesn't work as well.