Magic Bullet vs Nutribullet - Detailed Comparison
Magic Bullet Reviews
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.
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 smoothies recipes come out well. But in green smoothies, the consistency is not so great.
Nutribullet 600 Reviews
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. Other models such as Nutribullet Pro, Nutribullet Rx or Nutri Ninja have high power.
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
|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||17 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
|12 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
|Cost||Check Price||Check Price|
Nutribullet is more powerful and better in every aspect compared to Magic Bullet. However, if you are not into smoothies and want something handy which can quickly grinds, chop the vegetables or spices, then Magic Bullet is good.
Just returned magic bullet as it did not mince ginger as indicated on the box. This was my main reason for buying the appliance as I cook curries nearly every day. Also my salsa did not look like the photo on the box, it was completely pulverised. It tasted fine. For my needs a very small food processor would be fine. Also it would be no good for baby food