William Ramos: single serving containers do come with the NINJA and it have the same blade
design on them as the Nutribullet
VanityVain1: great video!!!
Tyler Johnson: if your going to compare blenders than why not use the single serving
containers on the ninja???? I'm curious if you've done that.
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.
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.
geneva1999: umm, she put the thick end of the carrot in the Ninja and the skinny end in
Sky0fLov3: I had the original ninja before it got popular and upgrades came out. I
never got a good smooth drink out of it - always had left over chunks. I
bought the original magic bullet and gave my ninja away. Years later I
needed an upgrade and almost got the upgraded ninja vs the nutribullet
900... so glad I went with my instinct and got the nutribullet! Thanks for
confirming my gut feeling :)
GuitarSlinger2112: You have at least three times the amount of water in the Ninja than you do
in the Nutra Bullet.
I haven't tried any carrots in my Ninja yet, but so far I am happy with it.
What was your husband's complaint(s) with the Ninja if you don't mind my
Ivette Tomas: Im glad i have the nutribullet!!!! 😁
Lugubriousdescent: this is not a fair test, the ninja now comes w a smaller cup compatible to
the nutribullet, the trick might be on the restricted space the nutribullet
has so the contents get processed instead of move around in a bigger cup.
Jeff Hoskins: Dumb review!! Who is she trying to fool!!
Ms Merry: Thank you so so much. I was sitting here asking the exact question. It
was like you read my mind LOL. They have the Nutribullet on sale at
Target this week, plus you get a $20. give card. You helped me decide it's
what I want ;-)
ANALYZ GOMEZ: I HAVE THE NINJA TOO, AND I HATE TO USE IT FOR EVEN SIMPLE BANANA SHAKES.
IT LEAVES IT SORT OF CHUNKY AND FOAMY..
shakeyabooty369: i have a ninja the exact model shown and i juice with it. granted the ninja
does not emulsify or extract like the nutribullet . when i juice i just end
up straining the juice thru a nut bag. ive made my own almond milk with the
ninja and everything. I love it. its a little extra work having to strain
out the pulp but it not bad. nurtibullet is single serving with my ninja i
only have to juice 2x a week,
leah judith: I have the newest version 600 watts, grey cups. My little plastic nibs are
not worn or broke off, none of the cups work. I was happy when I only used
it twice, no over spills, ran it for no more then holding it down for 8
seconds release 8 seconds if it needed to run more. Wiped it down, pulled
it out 6 months later to begin a healthy diet. I bought tons of fruits and
veggies to make drinks out of and now won't be able to eat the all with not
being able to juice them up. It won't even power up. Tried it in 3 other
outlets , still won't work. I have never banged it for a wire to loosen
inside. I have used a damp cloth and never put it in water, just the cups
and thoroughly dried I only filled the cups half full the 2 times I used
it. It was defective on it's way out when I got it I suppose. As it has
been away for 6 months in my dry/clean storage closet in my
room, untouched. I say they are risky to own one, I am not going to be able
to return warranty long up. I just did what sticksbass said below with the
clear rubber tabs, still don't work, still clean and new looking but dead.
thelittleleprechaun: Why did you test the nutribullet single serve but did not use the ninja
single serve as a a true comparison Nor did you advise that the ninja had a
single serve accessory on it
Patricia Cringle: well done nutra for me Now Where do I purchase the item?
gingermavy: No way I want that huge thing on my counter.
Renee Washington: Thats the single serve Ninja im talking about getting 600 watt.
Tekka579: The ninja is getting a bad rep because people arent using the accessories.
It comes with a smoothie cup and it does just as good of a job as the NB if
Terr0rMKD: Lol its all about the space get a ninja wit same cup as nutribullet and u
ll see the difference,the ninja is way more powerful
jgsafari1: Great video!
MAKAB36: I have a magic bullet which works well for smoothies but the main problem I
have with it is that they don't tell you on the infomercial that it easily
overheats if used for 1 minute (Of cause they didn't) which is useless if
you use the juice extractor attachment so my question is does the
NuriBullet overheat so easily?
Dee Gee: I'm going to get a nutribullet today!
Jose chemita: I have nutri is awesome
Zac Rogers: Ok lady, the reason why the bullet blended the ingredients faster is
because the container is smaller and the ingredients had no room to bounce
around in the bullet. That's why for drinks like that, ninja suggests the
single serve cups. Secondly putting water in an open space creates
buoyance, so the ninja ingredients floated around the blade instead of in
it until the centripetal force pulled it into the blades.
I have used my ninja to make smoothies, Frappuccino's, and juice and had no
problem. Have fun making large amounts of processed recipe's in that bullet
Then again people like you will claim that your $1000 Vitamix will do
Elijah Lobato: You people need a vitamix to be truly satisfied
Tagert Southerland: You prob should have used the single serve option of the Ninja for this
review. You would then have a fair comparison.
juan rubio: My sister gave me the nutribullet as a birthday present So that for me is
the best birthday present ever ......thumps up for nutribullet
Senatar Phatdad: nutri-bullet is better but wears out in time just wanted to be as big as
the ninja, 2nd test iv'e seen ninja sucks thank you i'm going to try health
master by montell willams or go back to the nutri-bullet, thanks,
Lili Monje: Great example and yes that Ninja sucks! I bought it for my mom and no
matter how long I blended it, it never broke down the food. I have a
Vitamix and its the absolute best investment ever!!! Worth every penny and
has a 7yr warranty but never breaks down. It will blend so smooth you'll
never see a seed or blueberry skins etc... But the Nutri Bullet seems good
if you can't afford the Vitamix.
dodong56: I have the Ninja and have been happily using it a lot to make my homemade
frappuccino and daily fruit smoothies which my daughter-in-law and
granddaughters love when they come to visit. However, I tried making the
vegetable drinks with the Ninja and it just won't liquefy it enough. I will
keep using my Ninja, but your review helped me decide to add the
Nutribullet to my kitchen gadgets. Thank you!
aquanet2: She is over filling the Nutra Bullet- If you buy one dont over fill it-
the internal pressure will cause it to leak, and burn out the motor. I've
had the Nutra Bullet for a few months and I love it! Flack seeds, chia
seeds, almonds, kale stems, etc all are completely pulverized. Does what
the ads say. I totally eat way more fruits and veggies every week than I
ever had. No cooking, easy cleaning and good for on the go.
Andres Valdes: +Vijay Ganesh Subramanian Yes, you are absolutely right. But Ninja's
commercial makes it a point that their juicer capabilities are just above
the top others. So it is very good to see an external party do a comparison
test against something that only claims to be a good juicer.
Monica Bainum: This video is helping me pick out the right juicer.
I need something very small since I have small counter space.
Great combo's put together.
The Nutra Bullet is on Sale at Target for 49.00.
I don't want price to be the only reason why I purchase a juicer/Blender.
I want a juicer that works best.
Mark Burgess: please consider doing another review this time using the serve size cup
with the Ninja, I would be happy to buy the Nutribullet based on the
results you show but if I needed to blend something bigger I wonder if the
Ninja would be a better choice in the long run, I would mostly be using one
of these devices for drinks but from time to time I would use it for baking
Loren Thomas: I want one of thosse soooooooooo bad, I was in the process of getting one
when I lost my wallet on last week.. waiting for everything to be
restored.. meanwhile I try and eat healthy.. until I can afford one... be
Philip Hughes: Not a valid comparison at all. 1st of all you dont say which Ninja you are
using. if it is one of the low wattage units of course it wont work as
well. 3rd you are using a 20oz container vs a 72 oz one with the same
amount of vegies in each...not gonna work the same. I have a 1500watt Ninja
Mega that does a fine job of processing greens, apples, carrots, seeds, etc
into a great tasting smooth, juice. Yes it does have some pulp in it but it
is supposed to. If you want a pulp free drink buy a juicer.
One other advantage of my Ninja over the Nutri Bullet. I can make up a
large batch in the morning and have green drinks all day long. with the NB,
I have to measure, prepare and cut up vegies every time.
54321peace: Thank you for this
Kirsten Kellogg: I see many comments that say this isn't a fair comparison, but I don't see
any of these comments responding with a video showing that the Ninja
(smaller version) doing the same job as the Nutribullet ... I think that
no matter the size of the container and quantity, the blender should do the
same job ... my friend has a Vitamix and that machine does an impeccable
blending job with any portion size put into it, but I don't want to spend
$400 on a blender.
Christina Banas: Thank you
Xu Pong: Quit wasting your money on junk and get a Vitamix! You’re already into the
garbage blenders for over 200 bucks. If you had saved another $100 you
could have bought a Remanufactured Vitamix and it will last you practically
forever and by far be the best blender you’ve ever had.
Angela Hillary Hillary: Nut rivulet
R Carter: Thanks for the review. I have the original magic bullet and it's not
performing as it used to. I've been debating on whether to get a nutra
bullet or ninja. This helps a lot.
La Impostora: You need put ice for smoothie 👎
j.d. thompson: I just found a Nutribullet on Ebay. I haven't got it yet but this video is
Manuel Gonzalez: Thats a nasty looking smoothie
TrollFaceTheMan: Whoa A MINUTE!! I don't think your supposed to run the Nutribullet for more
then 30 seconds at a time because it can over heat... Besides like what
others said the single serve cups work way better then the pitcher for the
Ninja... Seeing as their kinda more designed for that...
violian5: Recently purchased the Nutribullet ($65 at Wal-Mart) and I'm confident this
will be my best purchase for 2014. My blender essentially just mixed stuff
up but the Nutribullet actually turns it into a delicious smoothie.
Considering that smoothies are so darn expensive everywhere ($6-7 at Jamba
Juice), the Nutribullet easily pays off for itself in a short amount of
time. I'm eating a lot healthier now (smoothies for dessert instead of that
chocolate cake) and feeling a lot healthier too.
Michael Dellamonaca: Did you use the ninja's single cup attachment to make it a true comparison?
Of course you didn't.