Nutribullet 600 vs Nutribullet Pro vs Nutribullet Rx
Nutribullet (600-watts, Nutribullet Pro, Nutribullet Rx) belongs to Magic Bullet Umbrella brand. The series contains a compact blender that can shred, grind, blend and chop small quantities. It comes handy when you want to grind spices or make purees or smoothies. There are three models in the Series: Nutribullet 600, Nutribullet Pro and Nutribullet Rx. None of the three models take much shelf space or space on kitchen counter-top. In this article, we are going to compare and contrast all the three models.
Nutribullet 600 Reviews
It make less noise compared to other models. Works very well for grinding and choping small amount of ingredients. Price wise it is cheaper compared to other two models.
Motor Power is only 600-watts, less compared to Nutribullet Pro 900 Series and Nutribullet Rx. Since its motor is not powerful, the consistency of smoothies is not great compared to another model with powerful motor. It comes with 1 extractor blade. Few users complained about leakage issues.
This is the first model in the series. If you already own this machine, and are not happy with the smoothies consistency then Nutribullet Pro or Nutribullet Rx would help. Otherwise, it serves all basic purposes.
Nutribullet Pro 900 Series Reviews
With 900-watts, it churns smoothies with good consistency. With the leakage issues fixed, there is less spilling and leakage to motor. It comes with 1 extractor blade and with “flip-top to go” that eases drinking from the jar.
It does not work with hot beverages. As per the stress test conducted by “ConsumerReports,” it has issues involving crushing of ice. Its capacity is limited, good for single serving only.
If you are thinking to buy a bullet blenders for single serve then this would be a great choice. Good power, good capacity with reasonable price. However, if you want larger jars then you can look for Nutribullet Rx.
Nutribullet Rx Reviews
Very powerful motor with 2.3 horse power/1700-watts that can convert any solid items into digestible form in seconds. Smoothies are completely liquified without any chunks of food. Just to give an idea, “Vitamix 5200”, one of the most popular blender is of 2 horse power/ 1380-watts. It has large size of jars, thus supporting multi-serve. The highlight of this model is 7- minutes hot soup.
It make loud noise. It comes with single extractor blade, thus be prepared to order it separately. Double the cost of other models.
It will make smoothies as smooth as butter. Better than Nutribullet Pro in multi-tasking. If you want more capacity and ability to make hot beverages, then opt for this. Otherwise, Nutribullet Pro is sufficient.
Comparison of Nutribullet 600, Nutribullet Pro and Nutribullet Rx
|Specification||Nutribullet 600||Nutribullet Pro||Nutribullet Rx|
|Wattage Output||600 Watt/0.8 HorsePower||900 Watt/1.2 HorsePower||1700 watt/2.3 HorePower|
|Number of Speeds||1||1||1|
|Capacity||24 oz||32 oz||45 oz|
|Appliance Capabilities||Shreds, Blends, Grinds, Chops||Shreds, Blends, Grinds, Chops||Shreds, Blends, Grinds, Chops|
|Serving Size||Single Serve||Single Serve||Multi Serve|
|RPM||20,000 RPM||25,000 RPM||30,000 RPM|
|Warranty||1 Year||1 Year||1 Year|
|BPA (Bisphenol A)||Free||Free||Free|
|Cost||Check Price||Check Price||Check Price|
Nutribullet 600 is an old model, Nutribullet Pro 900 Series was released in late 2013 and Nutribullet Rx is released in late 2014. The Nutribullet Rx is most powerful of the three models. It has more capacity and horsepower.
If you require very high horsepower, large jars or hot beverages, then go for Nutribullet Rx. Nutribullet 600 is good with respect to cost and does suffice for most of the use-cases. Nutribullet Pro is a good mid point. If you want the good product in reasonable price then, I recommend going for Nutribullet Pro 900 Series.