December 8, 2019
nutibullet vs ninja

Nutribullet VS Ninja (Comparison)

nutibullet vs ninjaThere are a lot of factors to consider besides just the way a blender looks or which one your friend tells you to get. You want the one that will suit your needs better. Sometimes, it’s not about the motor speed and design will definitely play a part in the decision. In my opinion the Nutribullet is the better machine even when the motor is less efficient.

I’ve compared the two cheapest models but if the motor factor is important to you then;

Highest ranking motor – Nutri Bullet Pro 900 watts (1.2 horse power)

Highest ranking motor – Ninja Mega Kitchen BL770 1500 watts (2 horse power)

 

NutriBullet

Cheapest is the NutriBullet 12 –Piece

  • 600 watt (.8 horse power)
  • Cyclonic action which is blades at the bottom bent to make a cyclone
  • Biggest cup is 20 Oz
  • 1 tall cup, 2 short cups, 1 flat blade, 1 emulsifying blade, 2 re-sealable lids, recipes and nutrition guide
  • 1 year warranty
  • 1 speed
  • Plastic
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • Pitcher is round
  • Weighs 3.6 lbs

Pros

Cleaning is simple and quick,

The different blades allow for multiple uses. Sauces, herbs and coffee beans are some of the things it will do without the need for liquid in the small-sized cup,

Using the small cup and flat blade, things like onions and peppers can blend to a paste,

If the ice is smaller in size, it blends well.

Cons

The max fill line is hard to gauge until it’s inverted. It leaks if overfilled and the cup is small so you don’t want it under filled. Sometimes it’s better to fill it twice,

It’s a little messy to open once blending is complete,

Small but noisy,

Can be prone to overheat if used for periods longer than 10 minutes.

Ninja

Cheapest is the Ninja BL610 Professional

  • 1000 watt (1.34 horsepower)
  • Plastic
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • 72 oz
  • 5 lbs
  • Recipes
  • 1 year warranty except the pitcher is not covered
  • Pitcher is square
  • Not cyclonic action, the Ninja has 2 horizontal blades

Pros

Pouring spout,

Reported to blend ice well,

Large pitcher.

Cons

The blade design makes it hard to disengage any stuck blending,

It needs a locking lid because blades are removable,

Doesn’t fit under standard counter tops and customers have measured it at 17.5 inches tall when assembled,

Noisy,

Having several blades makes it a little scary to handle, many reviewers on Amazon.com have cut their fingers,

The lid is overly complicated to use.