Nutri Bullet vs Magic Bullet: The Ultimate Comparison

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘The Magic Bullet vs The Nutribullet’ by Aaron’s Rapid Reviews

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The video compares Magic Bullet and NutriBullet; NutriBullet outperforms significantly.

Key Insights

  • The video compares the Magic Bullet to the NutriBullet.
  • The Magic Bullet has three cups, lids, and a motor base, while the NutriBullet has a single blender bottle, lids, and a motor base.
  • The build quality of the Magic Bullet is decent but not top of the line. The blades spin freely, and the mixing cup is sturdy with an o-ring for sealing.
  • The NutriBullet feels more like a full-size blender and has a thick and sturdy mixing cup. The blades feel high quality and turn smoothly.
  • When tested with berries, water, and protein, the Magic Bullet left some remnants and whole berries in the mixture. It performed satisfactorily but not exceptional.
  • The NutriBullet completely liquefied the berries in the test. It performed exceptionally well.
  • In terms of build quality and blend quality, the NutriBullet outperformed the Magic Bullet significantly.

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Transcript

Hello everyone, in this video, we’re going to be comparing the Magic Bullet to the NutriBullet.

Opening up the Magic Bullet, we’ve got three cups, each with lids and lips for a more open drinking experience, and of course, the motor base. First impressions on build quality here on the Magic Bullet are a bit of a mixed bag. It feels decently made but doesn’t feel like top of the line or anything. The blades are coupled to a little nut down there and spin pretty freely. The actual mixing cup is decently sturdy. We do have an o-ring in here to seal it up. This twists on there, and when you press it on, you get it to line up. It basically just acts as a switch as you press it down.

Opening up the NutriBullet, we’ve got a single blender bottle with a couple of lids and the motor base. First impressions on the NutriBullet is that it almost feels more like a full-size blender than sort of a personal blender. The mixing cup is pretty thick and sturdy. The blades themselves feel pretty high quality. They have a metal mount in here, and they turn really smoothly. This twists on there, and then the cup itself acts as a switch. When you line it up with these three tabs right here, that turns it on as you press down.

The Magic Bullet, when subjected to our standard blend test of berries, water, and protein, and then ran for about 10 seconds, got strained to reveal a few more remnants than usual, with even a few whole berries being present. On the slushy drink test, the Magic Bullet performed satisfactorily, creating an iced drink that’s more or less equal to other bullet-style blenders.

Subjecting the NutriBullet to our standard test of berries, water, protein, and a 10-second blend, and then straining, revealed an exceptional performance. It’s actually the only bullet-style blender I’ve seen completely liquefy the berries. On the slushy drink test, the NutriBullet performed satisfactorily, creating an iced drink that’s more or less equal to other bullet-style blenders.

You might think the NutriBullet would be a slightly more powerful, larger Magic Bullet, but no, it’s actually massively better. Don’t get me wrong, the Magic Bullet works fine, but the NutriBullet simply beats it hands down in terms of build quality and, more importantly, blend quality.

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘The Magic Bullet vs The Nutribullet’ by Aaron’s Rapid Reviews