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Hey guys, I'm looking at buying my wife the nutribullet has anyone got any experience with this ??? Would love some personal experience. Reviews on Amazon is great

Many thanks
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I really like mine and use it to make fruit, veggie, fruit and veggie smoothies.  The unit also includes another type of blade used for milling spices and other "large" things.  I got mine at Wally's.

 

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Edited by kokopuffs - 3/11/14 at 11:51am

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post #3 of 5
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Sorry for the late reply, ordered it yesterday hopefully should be here within a week got it for a good price so pretty happy thanks for your reccomendation mate
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you're a culinary student and you want a nutribullet????????
One speed only. Limited capacity, cheap motor. cheap blades.
If you're a smoothie drinker and don't want anything except for smoothies, this might be a good choice.


I would get a kitchenaid diamond, oster versa, breville hemisphere. Something that will last and better than mediocre quality. A company that has stood the test of time. Or better yet, an Omega, Vitamix or a Blendtec if you can afford one.

Good reviews on Amazon don't mean too much. ANYONE can write a review. That does not mean it is an informed opinion or that their impression is based on long term use.

Why  would anyone who is interested in cooking get a nutribullet.? I could possibly see getting a magicbullet or a tribest to travel with, because they are cheap and they are small. They would pack nicely in a suitcase. I have a stewardess friend that travels with a magicbullet. That I understand. I'm even thinking about getting a tribest for when I travel.
 A nutribullet is almost the size and cost of a real blender and can only make smoothies and not much else. A kitchenaid diamond, oster versa, breville hemisphere will give you at least as good results for a smoothie, last longer and can be used for many things.


Edited by harrisonh - 8/19/14 at 12:01am
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My Nutribullet does a great job at grinding some spices like peppercorns and toasted seeds that are added to bread dough.

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