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  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, For blending, For smoothies
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Just get it--A+ for usability, power & versatility

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    I was surprised by how much we ended up liking this blender; to the point where we actually said, "Okay, this one actually IS worth the asking price." Obviously designed to compete with other "bullet" styled, smoothie-themed, single-serve/mini blenders, the NutriBullet ups the game by adding a cavernous 64 oz traditional blender pitcher to its on-the-go-friendly duo of smoothie-sized drink cups, one 24oz cup with a handle, and one 32 oz tumbler-sized cup without, making this a legitimately multi-purpose unit that likely could replace multiple blenders in a well-appointed kitchen. The package includes smoothie cup lids with nifty gasket-ringed spout covers that allow you to blend your smoothie in the cup, cap off the same container, and then drink directly/periodically from it while you're on the move without worrying about spillage. Just be aware that the lid adds a bit more 1.5 inches of extra height to an already generously sized smoothie cup; a standard 9" plastic smoothie straw stores fully beneath the sealed lid of the 32 oz cup--you'll need at least a 10-inch straw to extend beyond the opening of the spout while still reaching the good stuff at the bottom (if you prefer to sip your smoothies rather than gulp them down soda-can style). As for performance, make no bones about it, they aren't lying when they say that the 1200W motor will liquefy pretty much anything you throw into the blades. Blending, chopping, pulverizing--whatever--this blender seemed to do it all, and we saw whole frozen fruits gobbled up and converted into mall-worthy smoothies without distracting lumps or chunks left in the mix. Now, I'm not sure how much I buy into the claim featured in the item description that the motor is quiet enough for you to "engage in conversations while blending fruits and vegetables." We still found the blender plenty loud, especially on the higher setting and during the "Extract" spin-up; but truthfully, this blender proved so powerful that it's not like we spent a long time waiting for a job to finish just so we could get back to chatting in the kitchen. For those of you familiar with kitchen blenders, there's little here that's new other than maybe the totally awesome "Extract" program setting. Unlike the simple "Pulse" setting, "Extract" spins up the blades for high-speed blending, then stops them entirely long enough to let the ingredients settle a bit before spinning back up again to high speed. The unit rinses-and-repeats this cycle on its own before stopping after 1 minute to avoid excess heat and pressure build-up (that's not me being a smarty-pants--it's in the manual!). This is a seriously awesome feature for unattended blending, and thanks to this one little brilliant bit of functionality and product design, not ONCE did we have to remove the cup, open it up, slosh around the ingredients with a spatula and then re-seat the container to restart the blend--NICE! Now, once you take away "Pulse" and "Extract," there are really only three steady blending speeds left. Those of you with experience using blenders with constantly variable speeds, or an array of 7 to 10 or more graduated speed/program buttons might wonder if you'll miss the extra settings...well, my sense is that it's doubtful given how each blender/manufacturer likely has a different capacity to create the subtle differences between puree and frappe or grind and mash anyway...but do be aware that your speed choices here DO have their limits. There are a few other neat/inspired bits of usability worth noting, some especially for those unfamiliar with kitchen blenders in general: - The blender lets you know if everything is seated properly so it's very unlikely that anyone might accidentally or absentmindedly start up the motor without the blending collar and cup/pitcher properly seated in place. First, the whole blade assembly snaps into the base with an audible click. But better still, the blender won't even start if the base isn't seated and clicked into place properly, AND the power LED flashes at you to let you know there's a problem - There are suction cups on the feet! Sure, it's just a little detail, but none of the blenders we've used in the past had them (and we've had a LOT of blenders over the years); but they really made a difference on our tile countertop because once we got the blender settled in where we wanted it, we didn't have to constantly re-jigger it back into place, even after use or man-handling the blending base removing or seating the blender cup - The NutriBullet won't let you run any blending program longer than 1 minute at a time while using the smoothie cups to avoid potential heat and pressure build-up. Honestly, I didn't really know/think about this until I read the manual because I haven't really made smoothies in anything but a standard blender pitcher before, but for anyone who simply throws out the manual with the packaging, this unit is designed to minimize the possibility that you'll inadvertently heat your ingredients or shatter the cup during operation - There's a tamper (think "smooshing stick," for those of you not familiar with this item) that fits through the vent cover of the 64oz pitcher lid; you can open the cover to add ingredients and then push/stomp them down towards the blender blades WHILE THEY'RE STILL RUNNING--it feels a bit like tempting fate by putting your hand down a garbage disposal at first, but the tamper is JUST long enough to get you very close to the top of the spinning blades without really running the risk of getting black-flavored plastic bits in your food or drink. This gives you maximum smooshing power to get those ingredients off the sides of the pitcher, or folded in on themselves, and all the way down to their doom at the hands of the powerful spinning blades Although our uses for any blender are typically limited to smoothies, milkshakes and salsas, the NutriBullet also comes with a handy recipe guide for smoothies, soups, sauces, dips, and drinks just for good measure. All in all, this is a well-appointed, single-serve blender that can EASILY shoulder some pretty demanding double-duty as a standard kitchen blender. For a house-warming gift; to serve in a smallish kitchen; or for someone's first, kind-of-serious, mid-tier blender, this would be a great fit. It's very solidly/reassuringly built, is quite user-friendly (maybe even a bit idiot-proof?), it has some neat design features and functionality, and grinds through foods, liquids and ice seemingly without breaking a sweat. Maybe it's not sophisticated enough to replace a true multi-stage, ultra-high capacity blender capable of achieving professional chef or even serious kitchen hobbyist-level results; but for just about anyone else, it would be hard to think of a reason not to grab one if you're in the market for a great smoothie maker that also happens to be a great/capable blender in its own right--HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, Ease of use, For blending
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Powerful blender, easy to use, super smooth purees

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    This is my second NutriBullet product as I’ve already owned the NutriBullet Pro 900 for a number of years. While I love my NutriBullet Pro, it just couldn’t handle some things that required a traditional blender like blending down hot foods or making large quantities like a pitcher of slushies. This NutriBullet Blender Combo helps fill in that gap. Not only does it come with a 32 oz blender cup and a 24 oz one with a handle for smoothies and individual/small sized servings, but you get the benefit of having a full 64 oz blender pitcher for when you need to blend up a large quantity of ingredients for soups and frozen drinks. I liked that two "to-go" drink caps are included with the set, one for each blender cup so you can make up a smoothie, cap the cup, and take it with you, but still drink out of it easily without having to pour it into a separate glass or make a mess trying to drink from its wide rim. The design of the easy-twist off blades, which feature ergonomic finger holds for grip and twisting, make installing and removing the blades far easier than getting the lid off a jam jar. The twist-to-lock feature on the base allows the cups and pitcher to slide into place quickly and securely before you blend. I thought the suction cup feet on the bottom of the motor base do a good job of keeping the unit in place on my granite countertop while operating. My favorite feature is the 'extract' button for fruits and veggies. When used for making smoothies, it automatically runs through a cycle of timed pulses, with increasing speed, each time drawing your ingredients down into the blades without requiring you to remove the cup to shake, scrape down, or stir the ingredients manually. It even shuts itself off when it’s done making your drink. The results are smooth, creamy, and finely pureed smoothies that don’t have large chunks floating around in them, even if you add ice to the mix. One thing I learned from my older NutriBullet unit is that you don’t want to blend hot liquids in the blender cups, because with the seal, as the liquid cools, it creates a vacuum which makes it hard and sometimes impossible to open and remove the blades from the cups. With the blender pitcher, you don’t have to worry about that because it has a vented top which allows any built up pressure to escape, so this makes the pitcher ideal for both pureeing hot foods, for example tomato or pumpkin soup, and making shaved ice drinks like margaritas and pina coladas. With the pulse feature you can also do short bursts of chopping and dicing which works great for making chunky sauces like salsa verde and chutneys without having to pull out the food processor. I appreciate that the blender has three speeds so you can better control how fine you want your puree, though if run it long enough in any mode and you'll end up with a super smooth final product. That said, the blender cups have automatic shutoffs of 60 seconds per blend. This is to prevent the contents from heating up and building up pressure in the sealed cups. The pitcher has no such time restriction. I did try out a few of the recipes in the included recipe book, and I can recommend the green smoothie and tomato soup thickened with cashews instead of cream or flour! The custom tamper is well thought out too because you can insert it through the vent hole in the lid, and it stops just short of the blade so you can be sure that it won’t interfere with them for safe operation. The one thing I did notice was that if the rubber gasket of the pitcher lid gets oily, it’s literally impossible to get it seated in the pitcher and create a seal; it will simply slide up and pop out on its own. I found this out when one of my soups called for olive oil and some got up under the gasket and when I popped the lid off to add more ingredients, I couldn’t get the lid back on the pitcher again until I washed and rinsed the gasket off with soap and water. Aside from that small issue, I’ve really been enjoying using the blender and the smoothie cups to help me make quick and healthy smoothies, soups, and frozen drinks. The motor is powerful and not super duper loud, though about what you’d expect from a high-powered blender.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, For blending, For smoothies

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Professional, Quality Blender

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    I would see commercials and wouldn't understand the hype for Nutribullet and similar blenders. After making smoothies, salsa, vegetable puree, I now know why people recommend the Nutribullet. When using blenders of lower quality, there would be larger pieces of fruit or vegetables that wouldn't be in puree or liquid form. There would be times as well when you wanted a certain smoothie or drink to be at a certain consistency (chunky salsa or smoothie) yet it would come out more liquidy or too thick. What I have liked about the nutribullet is that it has been much easier and quicker to get drinks and salsas to the thickness you like when compared to other blenders. I decided to try it out on the first day and made an oatmeal apple smoothie. I was impressed by the easiness by which it blended the apple and how quickly the smoothie was done. The settings low, med, and high are truly remarkable. I did my smoothie on low so it could be a little thick and the speed/force was pretty strong. I tried the medium speed and felt like it was the high. This is just to say the speed of the blender is pretty powerful, in my opinion. The set came with a large blender, 2 large cups in which you can blend your drinks and attach accompanying lids, and also a masher, which I thought was interesting. The large blender comes with its own blades and there is also another blade you can use for blending with the individual cups. Overall, I thought this Nutribullet set was definitely different from others I've seen and also tried. I like the large blender and also using the same large mount to blend smaller proportions with the cups, the powerful blending, and delicious drinks/food that can be made. I give this blender 5 stars and highly recommend it to people who like juicing or are simply looking for a powerful blender for their foods.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, For blending, For smoothies
    Cons mentioned:
    Loud

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Very Versatile Blender Combo

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    The Nutribullet Blender Combo comes with the 1200 watt motor base, user guide, recipe book, 24 ounce cup with a handle, 32 ounce cup, 2 to go lids for the previous items, a tamper, and 64 ounce large pitcher with lid and lid cap. With 1200 watts this is plenty strong enough to deal with various ingredients and blend them to a smooth substance. Both blade housings lock distinctly in place. You can easily tell when it is locked in place. You cannot start blending if it is not properly locked into place. This blender is mostly used for the morning healthy smoothie. For a smoothie it is recommended to use the EXTRACT setting. Using the 24 or 32 oz. cup, add your ingredients and screw the extractor blade onto the cup. Screw the unit into the 1200 watt base and turn clockwise until you get the CLICK. It is now engaged properly. Press EXTRACT and wait for the unit to stop. This will take approximately 60 seconds. Unscrew the extractor blade and cup from the base and turn it over. Unscrew the extractor blade from the base. Screw the To Go Lid onto the cup. The To Go lid has an O-ring to seal the opening. I set the full container on its side and it did not leak. I have used this daily for about a week and it has performed perfectly. As we all know, blenders are loud. I find this unit less loud than other blenders I have used. I noticed the blender seems to build up to top speed quickly after you select a button. Using the pitcher, we made a frozen drink to share. All the ingredients were added along with the ice. Blending on high for 60 seconds got the ice all crushed and the frozen drink was a perfect consistency. Everyone enjoyed the drink. From the manual, this is a description of the different speed settings: - EXTRACT: Used to break down fruits, vegetables and ice into smoothies. This setting shuts off automatically after 60 seconds. - LOW: Use to mix items that do not need to be blended strongly like eggs and batters. - MEDIUM: Used for dips, grinding nuts, sauces and milkshakes. - HIGH: Used for thick mixtures and blend frozen fruits. - Pulse: Used for controlled chopping and processing. The Nutribullet Blender Combo is now a fixture in our kitchen. The cups are used daily. The pitcher is stored away for when a larger container is needed. All of the cups and lids are dishwasher safe so clean up is a breeze. This is a very versatile unit that will cover any blending need you throw at it. I have recommended this to my friends.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Flexible, affordable, and quality

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    When it comes to my cooking implements, I like to minimize how much I am stacking in my pantry and consolidate and improve efficiency wherever possible. This blender has helped me do it. If you are wondering, the "combo" that this blender's title is referring to is the fact that it not only comes with a 64oz blender pitcher but also with a 24oz handled cup and a 32oz cup complete with travel lids to take your healthy (or not) brew on the go! I like this a lot. It means that if I want to make just a single serving shake for breakfast to get me out the door, I can do that. If I need the larger pitcher for making multiple shakes for a day, friends, or a recipe, I can do that as well. Altogether, I think that this blender simply smacks of quality from pouring the contents of the its box out onto the counter to pouring the contents of the blender pitcher or cups into your mouth! All silliness aside, I think this is a great buy and you are bound to be pleased with it. 5 stars!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, Ease of use, For blending
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Smoothie Operator?

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    I decided it was high time I started drinking and eating better. All of us could probably stand to lose a few pounds, and I could stand to lose a few more than most people. Enter the NutriBullet Blender combo! In addition to the 32oz and 24oz bullet cups, you get a full blender pitcher. The pitcher and the cups are made of hard plastic and the pieces all snap together well. Set up is incredibly simple. So far, usage has been okay. I like the amount of accessories I get for the money. The various cups are nice and the blade for the cup cleans up pretty easily under warm, soapy water. My biggest challenge to date has been finding a smoothie that I liked. I've tried a few of the recipes in the included manual, and, let me tell ya, anything with spinach in it will probably be green or brown by the time the blending is done. I don't see how you could combine red and green colors and achieve anything else. The NutriBullet system worked okay, but I did have some struggles. It usually would blend things eventually, and once blended, things were smooth. But.. it would take a few tries with the extract or higher settings for most of the smoothies I was making. The extract button runs for a minute and the blender shuts off to keep from burning up the motor. According to the manual, you're supposed to then wait a minute before running again. So, I found myself waiting and cycling the machine more than I expected. Some ingredients didn't incorporate or blend into the mixture well. Yogurt gave me fits; you can see an unincorporated vein of yogurt that never did want to blend into the mixture. I'm learning there is a system to knowing what speeds and which options to run and that is taking me a bit to figure out. The pitcher is good size, but the blade is integrated into the base of the pitcher. I couldn't find any instructions to remove the blade. So, when that blade gets worn down (six months from now?), it's likely you'll have to replace the entire pitcher, too. I've owned blenders in the past, but this is my first blender system specifically designed around making individual smoothies. I think it will work better the more I get used to it. Right now, there's a dual learning curve of finding recipes I like and recipes that work well with the machine. If you make a lot of smoothies and the convenience of having both a blender and bullet cups appeals to you, then I think you will probably like it. I have some concerns about long term usage, but for the moment, I am enjoying the machine. I look forward to trying my hand at the various soups, sauces ... and did someone say frozen cocktails?

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, Ease of use, For blending
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding blender

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    A great blender that fixes an actual problem of having too many kitchen appliances! Unboxing: Inside there was the blender base, the blender jar with blades, lid, two NutriBullet cups (one with a handle and one without), a tamper, instructions and a small booklet of blender recipes. The product feels premium. The base is heavy and made of high quality plastic (it seems) with a great stying in a gunmetal color. Best of all, there are suction on the bottom! I found these to be the most fun part of this blender, though they do serve a practical purpose. Set up: Pretty straight forward here, simply attach things that you want to use and put the extra parts away. Normally I discuss pairing, installation, assembly here but this was as simple as it gets. Use: Our first smoothie was a strawberry banana just to try it out. Using a medium setting, it worked flawlessly easily grinding up the ice and the results came out as expected. This was using the blender attachment but like other NutriBullet, you can change it out with the included cups and blend it directly into that to take you drink to work with minimal mess. Using it like a traditional NutriBullet is great because you can use the “Extract” while blending to ensure you get a great blend. My only complaint of this unit was in blender mode, you have to take off or lift up the cap in order to pour out drink, it is a minor issue but a little annoying as other blenders let you pour with the cap on to reduce messes. Summary: It was hard to write this review because it just worked as intended, there was nothing really bad to talk about and nothing really amazing. It simply worked as intended and saved space as it replaced my old blender and my old NutriBullet. As a result I can only give it 5 out of 5 stars due to its great construction, convenience, design, and durability. Great job here!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Veratile blender

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    Used my unit to make spaghetti sauce for the first trial run. Whole tomatoes, fresh tomatoes, green peppers, onions, spices, and garlic. Ground it all up to a milky slurry and cooked it on slower simmer for one hour. Delicious. Also used this to chop left over nuts for banana nut bread.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For blending, Power
    Cons mentioned:
    Loud

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Powerful but Loud, easy to use.

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    Review NutriBullet Blender Combo Best Buy Tech Insider Network Review Program Summary: Powerful but Loud, easy to use. Unboxing Impression: Lots to unpack in this box- The combo comes with a substantial base, 2 Nutribullet cups with vented lids, a full size pitcher with pour lid , a tamper and a recipe guide. All the pieces are very sturdy and well made, with the exception of the tamper. The tamper is fine, and up to the task its designed for, but feels a little less substantial than the rest of the pieces. Overall Performance / Usage: I was able to use this quickly to make smoothies and margaritas with ease. The large base easily has room for just about anything. There were no issues with clogging or overloading. The results were a consistently smooth blend each time. Ease of Use: The suction cups on the bottom helped keep the blender in place, and the buttons we clear and easy to understand. I skimmed the included manual before using, but it was pretty intuitive. Price: A mid range price, but overall solid performance. Certain a step up from a basic blender. I think it will last a good long time. Conclusion: Overall it does a great job, it is not the cheapest but far from the most expensive. It is very loud well over 110db. It seems to sound louder than my table saw (but I have not measured my saw) . Don’t expect to quietly make smoothies in the morning without waking up your family, (and maybe your neighbors). SEE VIDEO I would recommend it for its functionality and performance, but not the noise or aesthetics.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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  • Pros mentioned:
    Cups, For blending, For smoothies
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Best smoothies I've had but blender is just so so

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    I recently received the Nutribullet Blender Combo. I have mixed feeling about it. (No pun intended.) First off, the contents. Included in the box are the 1200watt motor base, 64oz pitcher blender with lid and cap, tamper, 32oz cup with lid, 24oz handled cup with lid, easy-twist extractor blade, recipe book and user guide. There are another set of blades built into the pitcher. The motor base has buttons for “Extract” mode, 3 speeds and a pulse button as well as a power button. Simply twist the pitcher or the extractor blade and a cup on to the motor base. Turn it on and you are ready to go. First thing I did with the unit was try to make of pitcher of smoothies. My 1st attempt didn’t go very smoothly. Unlike some other blenders on the market, this bender only has 1 set of blades, which are located at the bottom of the pitcher. They are not removable, which complicates the cleaning process a little bit. It also necessitates the need for the tamper. When the blades aren’t blending anything because it is too thick, you remove the lid cap and insert the tamper. The tamper moves around the contents of the blender and is designed to not be able to touch the blade. It does a fairly decent job, moving the contents around, but with another set of blades higher up, it might not be necessary. To use a tamper. I had a difficult time blending in enough liquid to make it thin enough to9 keep blending. By then, there was so much liquid that it really diluted the fruit. After a few tries, I stopped using ice in the smoothie and slightly defrosted the fruit before blending things to make it thinner without diluting it. It wasn’t quite as tough to make a smoothie in the 32oz or 24oz cup. I just put the fruit and liquid into the glass, attached the easy-twist base and attached it to the motor base. Turn it on and hit the “Extract” button. The unit will then go through a preprogrammed series of modes, speeds and delays to blend a perfect smoothie. I think this unit does a much better job of blending and cutting the ingredients than my old unit. I always had an issue with feeling the seeds from strawberries in the smoothie but with this one, you don’t feel them unless you actually chew the smoothie. I like that a lot. The Nutribullet blender combo works great as a bullet, but not as well using the pitcher. For a nice smooth individual smoothie, I highly recommend it. If you’re going to use it strictly as a blender you might prefer something with a second level of blades.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    You won’t regret it

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I LOVE THIS BLENDER!!! Automatically stops when blending smoothies in about 60 seconds. Love the extract setting. I used it a few times daily. Easy to clean

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Best Buy sold me a used blender

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    Purchased the blender back in Oct 21, 2021. I was moving + was out of the country for a few months and didn't get around opening the box. Finally opened it today when I realized that Best Buy sold me a USED product. There are streaks of whatever the previous owner blended on the main unit. I called Best Buy and explained the situation, they refused the exchange I requested and told me the best they could do was a $15 gift card.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For smoothies, Power
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy use and joy to use blender

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    Ease to use, made sturdy. This makes super easy to make smoothy, slush for hot days and kids running back form school. Then it can do what ever needed or create as powerful 1200 watt motor base. Then washing the pitcher and blade is very seamless as upon use then rising them does clean easily (based on rising after making smoothie and juice). Probably the result has to do for first time or new and need to see over time and multiple usages, but the first few usage has been nothing to observe negatively Its accessories "easy-twist extractor blade, 24 oz handled cup, 2 to-go lids, 32 oz cup, pitcher lid with lid cap, tamper, 64 oz pitcher" make practical for quickly serve or use during cooking process. Maybe the motor sound could be bit more smoother or lower pitch, and MSRP could be bit lower, but apart of it in overall does what meant to and does adds up to the need.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    For smoothies, Power

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Big upgrade!

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    After years of owning the original magic bullet, I decided to upgrade to this. Big upgrade! Large cup. Very powerful. And it really breaks down fruits and veggies. Great for smoothies.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For smoothies

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality full-size blender; compact footprint

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    My wife and I practice a healthy lifestyle, so a quality nutrient-rich diet is very important to us. Preparing fruit and vegetables meals couldn’t be any easier or more convenient than dumping ingredients in the NutriBullet blender for 10-20 seconds, creating a well-blended smoothie. We bought a competing brand previously that looks nice in our kitchen, but it’s too tall with the full size pitcher, and looks disproportionate using the individual (or dual) size container. This NutriBullet 1200 combo is better suited for our needs, more compact with balanced aesthetics. Comparatively we’ve also noticed it does a much better job pulverizing seeds and mixed nuts to create a fantastic healthy smoothie. Pros —— + Full-size blender yet convenient footprint + Multi-speed blend controls (extract, low, medium, high, pulse) + Requires minimal maintenance to maintain clean appearance (other model glossy smart screen display panel easily smudged) + 1200-watt seems quite powerful, can blend in super fast bursts, no need for 1700-watt model. + Tamper insert for vented lid to scrape the pitcher sides + Suction cup feet securely affix base unit to counter + Well thought out design, clean lines, solid build + Promotes healthy active lifestyles Cons —— - not as quiet as hoped (yet audible dB quieter than comp on Low) - Faint smell of electronic motor first few blends, gone on day 2 - Two-handed operation, though unattended blending works I don’t recommend it - Requirement of liquids before blending (per user manual) - Hot ingredients and soups only in full-size pitcher Overall we are beyond satisfied with this NutriBullet Combo.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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  • Pros mentioned:
    For smoothies
    Cons mentioned:
    Blades

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Powerhouse

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    First impression is the box is very well packed. Super secure, nothing getting damaged during shipping in this box. Unpacking the box I was amazed at the quality that went into each piece. The main pitcher is very large, thick walled and the lid fits very snug and secure so no spillage. I poured a medium sized bag of frozen fruit in with some yogurt and milk and started pulsing the unit. Its got power, 1200 watts of it. It shreds the frozen fruit and blends it until there is nothing left. The included tamper easily allowed me to get the fruit that was not cycling to the bottom to get it blended. The kids enjoyed the first batch of smoothies. Next I used the 32oz cup to blend me a personal smoothie. I realized that I filled it up to much with the frozen fruit and a few other choice ingredients and had to do a shake shake while it was blending to get the pieces to the blades since there was not a way to use a tamper. Once I got it blended you remove the blade portion from the base and unscrew it from the cup. You are kind of left with a mess as the blades become external and anything not still in the cup melts onto the counter. So I suggest you be near a sink to rinse the blades off once you remove them. I love the personal cups and the lids that come with them. You don't have to use the large pitcher if you want to make one personal smoothie. I love this thing. There are a couple safety features I like. One of which are the buttons are not instant one when pressed. There is a delay and I like that in case they are accidentally pressed. Also the power button, The last blender I owned was plug and play, no power button. So with this unit, you know its off even when its plugged in. I know my wife plans on pureeing tomatoes and many other items she uses for soups and canning. She was thrilled about receiving the unit.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Cups, For smoothies

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Nutribullet Combo -Great Blender/Juicer

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    This is really a great product from Nutribullet. The thing that is really great is not only is an awesome smoothie maker as always but the blender is 1200 watts has the larger pitcher so you can make smoothies, margarita's and other great frozen drinks in larger than a single portion. It also comes with the two single serving blender cups with great drinkable lids. Also comes with an "Extractor" button which is great for crushing ice but really made to perform a better pulverize of fruits and vegetables. We pitted some cherries and ran them with some frozen raspberries and unsweetened chocolate almond milk and it was amazing, smooth as can be! Motor speeds of Low, Med, High as well as a Pulse feature in addition to extract. This Combo Nutribullet is a great option if you want a high quality blender/juicer along with the ability to use the single serve "take with you" cups. Easy clean too!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Ease of use, Power

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Powerful & Easy

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    I know some people would dismiss this as just another blender, but the included accessories and powerful motor make this a very useful appliance. The two 24oz cups are a great size, but they are thin enough to fit nicely in a cup holder (this is a big issue with my old smoothie maker). The included lids let you make a smoothie or shake and go. They also rinse out easily. I also like the large 64oz pitcher. It works well for making large batches of salsa or soup. You can throw in raw vegetables and don’t have to smash them in. It has a hole in the lid and tamper, which is very useful. It is also easy to clean if you rinse it out with some warm water right after you use it. I would recommend this blender. It easily meets my needs, has features standard blenders don’t offer, and makes my life easier with the perfect size containers.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Cups, For smoothies

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Smoothies & Blender

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    This item is perfect if you need a blender and Nutribullet for smoothies, it has a powerful motor with a full size blender and two Nutribullet cup attachments. The base seems to be very sturdy with weight and suction cups, plus a very compact design. I was making smoothies in no time with a press of the extract button that does everything automatically by following recipes in the included recipe book. Chops through ice, nuts etc with ease and easy to clean. I’m very happy with the Nutribullet blender combo.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    For smoothies

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great fun blending smoothies, cocktails, and more!

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    The NutriBullet Blender Combo does everything you expect a blender to do thanks to a strong 1200 Watts motor: from nutrient-rich smoothies, soups, dips and sauces, hummus, dressings, pesto, even cocktails, such as martinis, (frozen) margaritas, (frozen) daiquiris, to frappes, ice cream, dairy-free milk, such as almond milk, to almond butter, thanks to a various programs, extract, low, medium, high speed, and pulse, and rich collection of containers: 1 x 64-oz pitcher, 1 x 24-oz handled cup, and 1 x 32-oz cup. A recipe guide is included, but many more recipes can be retrieved from their web site, https://www.nutribullet.com/recipes/. We tried many recipes very successfully simply by following the easy-to-follow instructions in the included recipes booklet. We also tried our own creations such as the one seen in provided pictures: Blueberries, Banana, Avocados, Pine Apple, vanilla-flavored Wallaby Aussie Kefir, and raw honey. Blended 2 minutes on the "High" setting, et voila, what a super-awesome thick smoothie. Also created Almond Milk using dates as "sweetener" --> super-delicious. Last but not least we grinded hazelnuts to use for baking using one of the cups. And then also: coffee beans. The NutriBullet Blender though not heavy still stands firm on the kitchen counter thanks to the suction cup feet. The motor base is quite intelligent: It detects whether containers are fully locked in place and would not turn on until done so. Overall handling and operating the blender is easy as pie. I am giving this blender well-deserved 5 stars because you get a lot of blender for the money and how easy and fun it is to use it. My next adventures will take me to trying our frozen mango margaritas as soon as I can find Ataúlfo mangos (also known as champagne mangos) in the store. In short: Can't go wrong with this blender!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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