MagicBullet® 3-Cup NutriBullet
This high-speed blender/juicer system allows you to chop, shred and dice. The Nutribullet is designed to break down nutrients of the whole foods you place in it so there are more nutrients that are released to allow your body to easily absorb them. Unit also has everything you need to start creating delicious drinks and dishes. Includes high-torque power base, one 24-oz. tall cup, one short cup with handheld comfort lip ring, one handled short cup with one comfort lip ring, flat blade, emulsifying blade, two stay-fresh resealable lids, one pocket nutritionist and one user manual/cookbook. 600 watts.
MagicBullet® 3-Cup NutriBullet™ 163 173
Best "Juicer" Ever!!!!! I can't say enough about this product. While technically not a juicer, it is phenomenal! Easy to use and VERY easy to clean - like in seconds. My husband and I wanted to start juicing and started with a traditional juicer which was a nightmare mess. The Nutribullet has allowed us to juice every day and there is no wasted pulp - everything is pulverized in the cup into a nice smooth shake. I would buy this again. I recommend on nuts and seeds that you grind those separately and add them to your shake so they blend well. June 18, 2013
Good buy I replaced my magic bullet (when the motor gave out) with the Nutribullet . The motor is more powerful and does a great job with all my recipes. June 12, 2013
VERY DISAPPOINTED This was a great smoothie maker for the first couple of months and then I had leakage problems and when I tightened it a little more, I couldn't get the blade off at all. I had to wait for my weight-lifting neighbor to get it off. Today, 3 months later, it just stopped all together. No warning, no burning motor smells - just stopped. Because this worked so well as a smoothie maker for veggie drinks I became very dependent on it, but at this price every 3 months, I might as well buy a quality machine. June 12, 2013
Disappointed I just ADORED it when I first got it, and I convinced several other people to get one too. But here it is a couple of months later (and, admittedly, I used it a lot- sometimes twice a day) and the blades seem to have completely dulled. It no longer makes a "smoothie" - more like a "chunky." I mean you can still kinda get it down, but I put kale and ginger and lemon and flax seeds and other dense ingredients in it, and you wind up with a rather chewy beverage. I have also had problems with leakage. I would probably exchange it if I could find my reciept! I don't know if they all do this, or if I just got a bad model! June 10, 2013