Magic Bullet Nutribullet Pro 900 Blender/Mixer Review
NutriBullet Pro 900.
Perhaps you are on the wrong side of thirty and have decided to let the habit of drinking the greens take hold of you, or maybe you are young, and the rigorous demands of life have taken its toll on your delicate constitution, or perhaps you like drinking juice for the heck of it. Who cares honestly? As long as you are drinking them, properly. You, therefore, will need a blender, a proper one, that will not only mitigate the travesty of your blending experience but will also excite you. Any retail shop will tell how bullet blenders are ruling the market and in that context, the NutriBullet Pro 900, assumes great importance. As a part of the NUTRIBULLET series of mixers, the NutriBullet Pro 900, with its 900-watt motor will bring a glass of cold solace faster and with more speed than its contemporaries. Unlike other machines with similar functions, NUTRIBULLET nutrient extractors dilapidate the cell walls of fiber-rich organic foods, releasing essential vitamins and minerals contained within. At the same instant, they bring down a lot of beneficial fiber, the pulp of the grains, seeds, and peel into silky texture, delivering food to your body in an easily digestible, easily absorbable form. More than the process of making good juice, more than assimilating, and more than chewing, nutrient extraction allows for the reception of the highest degree of nutrients your food has the potential to offer you.
NutriBullet Pro 900 Features.
There are many great features the NutriBullet Pro 900 offers to its owners. Quick blending, a powerful motor, and ease of use are a few. These are some of the main features owners will appreciate, upon unboxing their new blender.
Sharp extractor blades
The NutriBullet Pro 900 features new extractor blades. In comparison to the original system, the new system has four edges, not two. The system is also more potent than the original. It features 900-watts of power, in comparison to the 600-watts of the original. With this increased power, the blades can easily blend through ice cubes and frozen ingredients. The small blending cups also create a quick cyclonic action, mixing ingredients quickly; handy if you're in a rush.
Large blending cups
The NutriBullet Pro 900 is furnished with two blending cups both of which has a 32-ounce capacity. This size is perfect for a breakfast smoothie in the morning. It is also large enough to make two energy or protein drinks. It can blend salsas and dips for parties, and the large capacity is more than enough for this use. While still too small for making drinks for a group, it's still quite handy.
Flip lids for travel
For those who want to take their drinks with them, the NutriBullet Pro 900 includes two flip covers. These lids allow owners to sip cocktails, or save them for a later time. When traveling on the go, it's also a nice feature to avoid spilling liquids everywhere.
The lids of the jars are replaceable because the circumference on all of those lids is the same. They fit well, as do the blades. Screw them to the top once you put in your ingredients, flip the whole thing over, and put it on the base. Then, you can push down to pulse or push down and turn it clockwise to lock it in the "on" position.
NutriBullethas the ability to blend continuously. It's one small advantage it has over the Nutri Ninja, which you have to hold down for as long as you want it to run. The other benefit is the larger jar. Thirty-two ounces does your job of rotating of tightly packed ingredients than the most substantial 24-ounce container of its contemporaries like Nutri Ninja. The extra lids and pieces were excellent, too, but they come with the trade-off of taking up that much more storage space. Both make cleaning simple, and both suffer from a few quirks because of the unique focus on blending in travel-ready containers. When working with thick ingredients, you won't be able to scrape the sides to help get everything mixed without flipping it over to unscrew the lid, then reassembling everything once you're ready to blend again. The NutriBulletalso lacks speed choices. Since the machine is bereft of buttons, your only two options include switching the device on and off. It helps with the looks by keeping it sleek and simplistic, but the slow speed is an enabler for bigger machines to grab ingredients in its first chance. Both the NutriBullet and the Nutri Ninja had problems with pesto because of the lack of such features. When preparing foods, you'll also want to put the most significant pieces on top. It's counterintuitive, but because you're flipping the container 180 degrees between prepping to blending, the bulk will hit the blades first once you've upended it into position.
Excluding the natural constituents, the NutriBullet contains plenty of colorful pamphlets singing about the reality of safe and healthy ingestion and contriving so that you that believe that your latest purchase will change your life for the better. The hardcover booklet even carries the title "Life-Changing Recipes." The separate instruction manual goes on for pages about the blight of heart disease in America before emphasizing how much unnecessary work our stomach has to churn out when we don’t chew properly.
In puny prints following all of this comes the advice that you need a proper consultation with your physician for any real healthcare information. The suggestions on how to use are kept to a bare minimum before it delves right back into legit recipes to carve out one of the maker's "NutriBlasts." It is a smoothie made up of greens and berries that you can craft with a variety of options from the helpful chart that's included. It's the basis of the included diet plan.
The much touted "Nutrient Extraction Process" boils down to its ability to break down seeds and stems and mix them into your drink, so you don't miss out on the extra nutrients offered by the pulp of your ingredients. It's a fair claim that the pulp contains lots of healthy ingredients, but most modern blenders are quite good at pulverizing it. The NutriBullet hasn't found some magical or mysterious process.
Thus, the blender itself suffers from a few issues in design, but nothing that adds up to more than an annoyance. Its features leave it somewhat short of labeling it as a machine for all purposes, but they give you a host of options for simplifying your blending operation in the long run. The recipes found in the booklets will turn out be beneficial for some people, and the NutriBullet can indeed enable you to lose weight and get healthier, but only as a part of the standard diet and exercise.
Fortunately, the turnaround time from making a smoothie to cleaning up to be ready to make your next drink is as quick as it gets. You can clean most pieces other than the blades and base in the dishwasher. Apart from that, you can switch on the blender after filling it with liquid soap and hot water. The fact that the blender blades cannot be used in a dishwasher relates to the fact that these blender blades cannot be used in hot liquids. Either might cause its plastic base to melt, pointing to slightly less sturdy materials than some more expensive machines.
The instruction manual also advises against running the blender for more than a minute at a time. When that much power is packed in small machines, there is bound to be an increase in heating of the device. Again, this points to the manufacturer's concern that the product might not hold up under stress and limits its potential to multitask with peace of mind.
You might also run into an oddity when you try to pulse harsh ingredients. The blades will have a propensity to jar clockwise as they work. So when you're pushing down for a quick spin, the container might pull to the on position on its own, and you'll end up with an extremely long pulse by the time you discover the issue and turn it off again. For me, that was another small hindrance, but it will prove relevant if you like to pulse precisely.
Summation of the market report.
When examining for durability, in the long run, reports have found out that the blades of the NutriBulletPro 900 Series tended to collapse under intense high-pressure use. In around 45 tests they blended seven large cubes of ice to simulate long-term wear and tear. The blades collapsed or fragmented on two separate devices. NutriBullet model holds through the same gamut of ice blending, and it held up. The large blending cups and powerful motor, are among the leading features owners of this blender will appreciate. Some additional advantages include:
The company also offers a one-year warranty on the engine, cups, and blades. It doesn't cover against daily wear on the product. However, the warranty covers issues with performance, stemming from problems with the blender's internal configurations. Customers can also purchase additional four-year protection on the product through Nutribullet’s site.
Even after a usual round of necessary blending tests and stress tests, there were no signs of distress. That doesn't mean Consumer Reports is wrong, only that we couldn't replicate their finding on this particular unit. NutriBullet and Consumer Reports have swung back and forth about this issuing in public statements. The user is advised to stay aware if this blender is used for stressful tasks over an extended period. There are some further annoyances for people who are considering or thinking about buying the NutriBullet Pro 900 series blender. It does not have a heating element or vent, meaning it can't make soups or hot liquids. The Nutribullet Rx does feature this element, so it's the only blender in the series which blends hot ingredients. But considering most mixers don't have a heating element, this is less a limitation than merely not having an unusual feature.
Another limitation is the blending capacity. Although the 32-ounce cups are a decent size, they are for single (or at most, double) servings. Unlike traditional blenders, there isn't a sizeable 72-ounce pitcher (or more significant). Most mixers have more giant blending pitchers, allowing owners to make multiple drinks at once. With the NutriBullet Pro 900, owners can only make one or two servings at a time.
It offers a beast of a motor of 900watts, cups of the capacity of up to 32oZ and a couple of extractor blades.
In the market, it is the most recommended blender being dubbed as the smoothie maker. Compared to its earlier models-Nutribullet600, the Nutribullet 900 is expected to perform efficaciously.
The Nutribulletpro’s features include:
• High-torque Power Base -900-watt motor
• Power supply: 120V
• One-Touch Buttons and easy to use
• Recipe Book included
• LxWxH - 14 x 16.3 x 7.9 inches
• Weight - 11.4 pounds
• 1 x 32 OZ Colossal Cup & 2 24 OZ Tall Cup
• 1-year warranty.
According to our tests, the NutriBullet proved itself a steady and powerful single-serving blender. It'll make smoothies for you quickly and easily, and even complete the occasional extracurricular task. It won't give you peace of mind with those tasks, though. You'll need to provide it with breaks frequently and mix up the ingredients. It also can't work with hot liquids.
On the basics, it lands on a level with the Nutri Ninja if not slightly below, and the Nutri Ninja costs $40 less. Even the Hamilton Beach Stay or go keeps up with it well on smoothies, offers the same convenience, and is $90 less. Though our tests didn't encounter a defect as Consumer reports’ did, and even though it proved a pretty capable machine underneath the cloying marketing material, the NutriBullet still lands in a tight spot for itself and us to recommend based on its value.