Magic Bullet and NutriBullet are almost two similar blenders offered by the same company, Homeland Housewares, LLC. They have been the top rated blenders currently available in the market. These both blenders are almost similar as they are manufactured by the same brand but they also have some differences.
In this article, we will go in depth and find out which one of them is better based on different prospects.
Both these blenders are designed to be quick, compact and the best at their business. Though, the functions of both the appliances are the same, the difference lies in their price, durability and design.
Now, We will discuss different features of both these blenders to find out the differences between the two.
The Nutribullet has four models and the power range is vast ranging from 600W and upto !700W. On the other side, magic Bullet operates only at a minimal power output of 250W.
We can summarize that the Magic Bullet can be used to blend soft ingredients while the NutriBullet can be used to do all the rough work like grinding nuts, coffee beans.
The Magic Bullet comes at a minimal price and can increase according to the accessories added. The NutriBullet is priced at a higher price range as compared to the Magic Bullet. As you go up in price, the power output and container size increases simultaneously.
The blades of a blender are usually the first part to lose their quality. Though the brand claim to have sharp, durable blades, the parts of
Magic Bullet tends to wear down.
The NutriBullet is known for power and torque, but the issue with it is that their motor stops working after some time. But NutriBullet offers a full one-year warranty.
The design of both the blenders are mostly identical to one another. They’re both bullet shaped, and use cyclonic action. Both have multiple cup sizes, and lids, but the NutriBullet also offers an extra blade and a heating function in their superior versions.
Magic Bullet Pros and Cons
- Convenient to use
- Compact in size
- Low power output
- Durability is not so good
- Poor cutting action
NutriBullet Pros and Cons
- A variety of models are available
- Power output range is wide
- The warranty period is fine
- Easy to use
- Durability is fine but not good enough
Wrapping It All
Both the bullet blenders come from the same company and both are best in their own ways. While there are differences in pricing, accessories, power output, deciding the best blender between the two of them totally depends on your needs and not on accessories or anything. Both have their own pros and cons, you should go with the one which fits you the most.
Hope this article will help you differentiate between them.