Ana Villegas: Because u have the old ninja the new ninja is 1500 watts the nutra bullet
agi tub: NutriBullet is not a blender, you cannot compare these two. Nutri Bullet is
an extractor which turns normal foods into super foods by extracting the
hidden ingredients which can't be absorbed when we eat these foods in their
natural form. Vitamix is a great blender and Nutri Bullet is the best
nutrient extractor so they are both excellent but totally different kind of
equipment and should not be compared as blenders.
OwGosHh: Guys, which smoothie blender should I buy????? I have absolutely no idea...
I want it to be affordable and handy like the nutribullet, but I've read
everywhere that the nutribullet's quality isn't that good
saxzw: I have a tip for you, stop wasting money with infomercial garbage and buy a
I have one and it's amazing.
Robert Lawrence: quick question, why are they different colours at the end if they had the
Benjamin H: I think you should use same size to do the test
Michael Angel: Here's the deal and it depends on your ingenuity, basically the thing that
separates all these products is their motors...that is why they all claim
the wattage amount as a form of their efficiency. Now as I said, if you got
the brain power and don't care about product packaging...go find yourself a
decent old vacuum cleaner, remove the motor, goto your local hardware store
buy the proper diameter pvc pipe to cover your motor, make your attachment
to the cheapest mixer container you can find...and I promist you, you'll
will have the most powerful blender in your neighborhood..city...hell
probably the state...plus vacuum motor are designed to run for up to 10
minutes plus...that will make anything a smoothie....
Sam Chokshi: you put so much water in the ninja.
bigdaddykurt: do I detect a Caribbean accent?
Dugi Devet: i like it when people put vitamin foods on metal blades and get food with
vince33x: The Ninja has a single serve which I think you should have used for
comparison purposes. You'e comparing apples & oranges here.
hazeleyezluv: Not even the same amount of ingredients!!! Omg! So retarded!
OutaSynch: I have a nutribullet 600 and a 900. I use them for varying speeds. I had a
Blend tech and gave it away because it was too big for my needs. I'm very
satisfied with the Nutribullets. I'll buy an upgrade one when they come out
with a manual variable speed function.I'll skip the Nutribullet Rx 1700
watts. If I want soup, I'll just heat up the juice in a microwave.
Mark R: I have the 1100 watt ninja and tried the single serve cup...SO chunky still
and the serving was a little too small (but I have the Ninja from late 2012
or early 2013, so not sure if earlier models are better). My parents have
a nutribullet and I put in a ridiculous amount of the thinker type of kale,
broccoli and celery and it DESTROYED it.... Pure liquid drink. I went
out and bought the Nutribullet the next day only $90 at Canadian Tire. I
am a lazy piece of crap with eating veggies and kitchen work, but I love
fitness and health equally (at least temporarily until I get a girlfriend),
so I had a real issue. Now I get 10-15 servings of veggies a day
fast...problem solved lazies. Just rinse it immediately after using so
cleaning is easy. Otherwise you have to spend another minute doing
dishes...which sucks BIG TIME when u are a lazy bum. I tried putting hard
boiled eggs in it once due to extreme laziness in the kitchen...FAIL. I
wanted to blend beans for higher protein, gross. Stick to any other
vegetables and fruit. Cook up Bob's red mill veggie bean soup for the
entire week and blend that up for some fancy high protein puree soup
...high protein meals all week. Have a lot of egg whites with one whole
egg omelette and u can get 100+ grams of protein a day fast.
Mark U: I hope this stuff taste better then it looks LOL
kswalters1: Thanks for the demo. I've been trying to get as much info as possible on a
magic & nutribullet and ninja. I'm still deciding, I'd like to get a
blender that also crushes ice and I've seen reviews on the nutribullet and
reviews and consumer reports show that it doesn't crush ice well or at all.
Plus the blade on the nutribullet also has broken off. That's something to
consider. I wouldn't want to have to replace blades. However, the smoothie
on your video is the experience I want.. so for now i still researching.
Robert N Melissa Fayyazi: I make smoothies for breakfast and I use the nutribullet. I love it. I also
have the smaller ninja and it is great for other things. There are certain
things that I wouldn't want to use the nutribullet for because it
absolutely finely purees everything
Jeff Swartout: Looks like Ninja is inverted garbage disposal.....
Box Office Hero: First off people, This video was uploaded in 2012. Second, The
single serve cups where not even available at the time neither was the Mega
Kitchen System. And third, How can she do a fair comparison when the
single serve cups weren't available yet?
Headstrong761: Mahalo Nui for all your videos. You have done me a huge service and in the
end saved me money. between the vitamix, ninja, magic bullet, and
nutribullet that ive studied, The nutribullet and vitamix came out as top
two choices. The nutribullet being the winner for me, being that it costs
80$ versus 300$ for the vitamix, and it's smaller and takes up less space
Ricki Ford: you should have used the signal serving cups that the ninja has not the big
base blender part. the signal severs would have done it just like and
better than the nutribullet
Evolve432: Ninja was pretty bad.
Joe Koltes: Can someone advise to a novice to buy the 600 WATT VS 900 WATT? I want to
buy the Nutri Bullet. Which one to buy?? Thanks!
joevs21001: What about the Nutri Ninja? A similar blender to the Nutribullet made by
Ninja. 900 watts of power, it's supposed to pulverize the other unit. I
think since this video, Ninja stepped up and came out with a competitor to
the Nutribullet. I haven't tried either one so I have no idea which one
works better but I do plan on buying the Nutri Ninja at Bed Bath and Beyond
with my 20% off coupon which should put it around $70 which is about $30
cheaper than the Nutribullet and higher watts.
rahulmaron: It looks disgusting. Ew
Dave L: Great video
V Wade: Thank you. This is very helpful. Also seeing the size of the appliances
side-by-side is a deciding factor. I also watched your comparison of the
Bullet VS Nutribullet and that was very convincing as well -- thanks for
pointing out the little tabs on the cups and mentioning that if they break
off they won't work. I'll know to be extra careful.
One suggestion: when pouring out the blended ingredients for comparison,
maybe using white dinner plates so it spreads out and the chunks are more
Antonio Manche: The ninja container is much more roomier than the bullet thats why
it didnt perform as well. but if you would have used the bullet like
that the Ninja comes with, the results would have favored to the ninja
is much more powerful.
TNT310supralover: I bought the 1200 watt ninja and is wayyyy better then nutribullet .
ma m: my nutri bullet lasted me less than a year , it leaks , its cheap and i got
an omni blender now .....
159yy: I greatly appreciate your video. I just had purchased the NutriBullet at
Costco then saw the Ninja Blender commercial on tv and started to wonder
if that was better. Your side by side test proved to me the NutriBullet is
better for what I want, which is to make healthy smoothies. Thank you so
BunkredWord0: You don't have the same ninja as me
Philip Forest: I like the nutribullet the best it looks more like a smoothy & thats more
of what im looking for. the ninja looks like theres chunks in there & im
not impressed with that...
Fat Bastardo: Not a fair test. The Ninja with a similar jar works better. A Waring or
Hamilton Beach blender with a Ball/Mason Jar works better and you can clean
rahulmaron: It looks disgusting. Ew
youngnutsack17: Man she is over filling that nutribullet, thats why it leaks, she has to
stop at the black line with label MAX next to it.
shades shades: Only an idiot would try comparing these two machines they're totally
different. I don't see how you have to chop up any kind of vegetables or
fruit in the ninja where is with the bullet you must make everything so
small. You're doing half the work for the machine, duh.. If there's a
comparison to be made make your case with a more similar machine. The
bullet doesn't make ice cream nor mix dough. It only makes individual
servings as well therefore, how can the two be compared.
Rafie Raphael: Thanks for the comparison. I love the side by side test. Great work and
BellaLove: I agree with a lot of other commenters, it doesn't make sense to compare
the two when you are using two completely different sizes. Obviously the
nutribullet having.a small cup is going to blend all that stuff better than
the giant Ninja. So silly. I use the Ninja Pulse and use the 16 oz cup and
juices come out perfectly smooth and fine.
Taylah Cullum: good show but the music choice is terrible
Roxy r: Good thing the Ninja has the nutrininja now which is better than the
Kal Park: this lady is a retard.....how is this a fair comparison. It's not like they
are both the same price.
Martial 3231: Ive had both.. the NB was $99.00 when I bought it and Ninja was about the
same. I bought Ninja because I went through 3 NB in under 3 years. Luckily
they broke down within the warranty time... another reason I went to Ninja
was because of the capacity. I can make 4 large shakes in the Ninja.. and
if you want less, you just don't fill it up so much.. but she's right about
the blending. I think the problem is the Ninjas blades are so sharp, they
cut, rather than blend. NB you can pretty well handle the blades with your
hand but Ninja is really sharp.... Ninja is also 1200 watts so it was
double the power of the (original) NB ... 2nd problem I didn't realise till
I got Ninja home was its REALLY NOISY! I mean noisier than a regular
blender! Im going to give the new NB "900" series a try but i WILL be
buying an extended warranty because 99.9% it WILL break down!! Ninja is
much more sturdy long term.. so these are the pros and cons I found. PS, Im
using blenders average lets say 5 days a week.
Jeff Hoskins: Dumb review!! Who is she trying to fool!!
Your nightmare lilith: ^^ I have both. tbh. I love them both. I use the nutribullet just for the
healthy drinks.. but the Ninja.. I pretty much use for everything else.
Just earlier I made Slushies for everyone. AWESOMENESS!
louTube920: Not sure if it's the model I have, but the one I have is the Ninja BL820.
It simply juices everthing I throw at it. It could be because it has a
variable spped dial, so I can turn up the speed as high as I want to. For
example, lastnight I blended kale, apples, grapes, flax seeds, chia seeds,
and it emulsified everything. There were absolutely no chunks or anything
Brooklynn Richards: Thanks for posting the test. I found similar results and am happy with my
Nutribullet to this day.
Paul Mataele: Thanks for the video:) now going to buy the but rivulet today:)
Ben Goodman: I don't really think it was a fair comparison in the video, only because
the container were not of equal size, and the container on the Ninja had me
space for the contents to move around than the the contents of the
Linda Olsen: I have a ninja and I love it...however, I cut my carrots smaller or use
baby carrots, also there was a lot more in the Ninja then the Nutribullet.
I use my NInja every morning and have never had a problem, I do use
coconut or almond milk in my smoothies to get the calcium.
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