And that’s it for our NutriBullet reviews. These are all excellent products from a great company.
However, we suggest you still read our ranking system.
Through it, we explain how and why we ranked the products the way we did. Some of these have been explicitly mentioned in our reviews, while others weren’t (positively or negatively) significant enough to make note of.
What We Took Into Account for our Reviews on the NutriBullet Products
Bang for Your Buck
This is perhaps the most important feature, the one that we believe should trump all others. To put in another way, we put you, the consumer, first.
Instead of just ranking them by pure power, or by price, we went with what would interest the average American consumer the most. All of the above NutriBullet models have many added features, different power levels, and similar (but still different) designs.
So even though our fourth entry might be more powerful, number one still has a great balance of price, features, and general quality of workmanship that makes it stand out.
On the other hand, while number seven is a great product, it simply doesn’t have enough distinguishing features to move it higher up on our list. And though NutriBullet consumer reviews are overwhelmingly high for this product, when compared to the rest it ranked lower.
Size and Power
Certainly, you want something powerful. You want a blender that can deal with anything you throw at it, that can make nice, smooth shakes and drinks.
What’s the point of a blender if all it does is give you mashed fruit?
Then again, the different NutriBullet sizes matter too.
Maybe you prefer something compact that can fit into your kitchen or that’s easy to carry around to the office or on vacation. While compactness isn’t that highly rated, it still has great utility (maybe much more to some people than others).
Juicers and blenders are all about getting something healthy and delicious with minimal fuss and bother.
If you were to compare NutriBullet products, you’d notice that most of them are relatively easy to clean. Still, most of the time, larger models are easier to take care of than smaller ones. You can handwash pretty much every part with dish soap.
Note that only the cups, lids, and lip rings are safe to put in the dishwasher. Other parts can be damaged.
For example, the blades should be either unscrewed or carefully cleaned with a rag or sponge. If you put them in the dishwasher, you might end up with a lost or loose gasket.
Most importantly, one of the reasons we chose to do our review of the NutriBullet product line is due to its ease in maintenance and cleaning.
Of course, products such as these shouldn’t sacrifice durability for the sake of, well, anything else really. Fortunately, they’re very durable. NutriBullet uses high-quality metal parts and BPA-free plastics.
Consumers report having these blenders last for years, no matter whether it’s a big or small NutriBullet model. However, the blades, which you can change easily and for a low price, last for about six months of relatively regular usage.
As a quick note, according to the official website, you shouldn’t microwave or freeze NutriBullet cups, since this can make them brittle.
Extra Features and Accessories
Our final category is pretty broad. It takes into account the added and interesting features that might be included as part of certain models and versions. Things like heating features, baby-food making options, or, quite simply, added compactness all fall under this category.
For example, if we’re making a Magic Bullet vs. NutriBullet comparison, Magic Bullets are great as compact, small blenders that you can bring just about everywhere you want, but simply can’t beat NutriBullet’s power.
This might be a deciding factor for many consumers, no matter where the relevant products are on the list.
Finally, some models come with extra cups, blades, and replacement parts that can prove useful down the line.