Michael loffredo: great video. I wanted to get something specifically for veggie smoothies so I did alot of research and I ended up buying the nutribullet and I am so unbelievably satisfied! it does exactly what I wanted it to do. I went threw so many blenders and they jjst dont give you that smooth texture, but the bullet does every time no matterwhat u put in it.
J. Leslie Booth: Good demo. Definitely showed the differences. Very clearly, if you want smoothie quality, you want the 'Bullet'. Thanks. That's just what we enter to know.
Jose(Joe) Salas: This was an unfair comparison. The Ninja vessel is much larger and one does not have to run the experiment to know the bullet would win. For a true comparison, run the small Ninja against the Nutribullet.
terry strand: Also....
I would add that the instructions say to fill up the NutriBullet only to the 'Max' line on the cup. You are packing it to the top, but it still worked fine.
The NutriBullet is much easier to clean, just rinse and put out to dry.
I don't know of any other blender/processor/mixer besides NutriBullet that gives you a 'smoothie' with ALL of the veggies totally ground up, and not just little chunks like the video rightly shows. Nothing wrong with chunks...unless you don't want that drink.
terry strand: Great comparison...thanx! I ♥ my NutriBullet.
I've used blenders and food processors for years, and the Nutribullet is a totally different process. Here's why: It is for liquefying veggies/fruits/nuts. The Ninja and other blenders just sort of chop them up into smaller pieces without liquefying. It's also better than the VitaMaster and juicers which are designed to separate out the pulp....I WANT the pulp, not only the juice. I bought the seven dollar maintenance agreement, too.
rick grubb: I love my nutribullet and my ninja. They both work great and together can handle any task. check out my squidoo lens to get a full comparison squidoo dot com/compare-nutribullet-and-ninja-blender
tay cummings: That was a no fuss straight forward video, very helpful.
I was literally just about to order the ninja but i thought i would check it out on here first.
thanks for that.
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Yasmeen Welton: this was really helpful thanks
MrChillFLL: Thanks for doing this comparison, Good job and well done! I appreciate the information you've shared!
Loren Rajender: Excellent review!
Michael Karika: I have the ninja 1500 and it works just fine and better than the nutribullet and beats it by leaps and bounds.
Michael Karika: Ur not supposed to add water to ur Smoothies fyi... ur supposed to put ice into it... that's what brings the juices together... perhaps u should try no water and use ice in both and see wut happens and see which works better
Bobsk871: They are both cheap and won't blend well or last. Look at the Omniblender, a bit more money, but will last forever. I brought my Nutribullet back to the store, after I noticed that oil was leaking from the blade into my smoothies. Yuck, and it was only 2 months old.
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barepantrytalk: Really appreciate you commenting. We did try the small Ninja attachment like everyone is suggesting, but it still didn't perform. We put the Ninja away in a cabinet and we use the Nutribullet everyday.
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As-Salāmu Alaykum: One Flaw I found that might be comparable with the Nutribullet would be how you have to push and turn the cup into the stand. Its structure is really similar to the Magic Bullet where I found after going through 2 Magic Bullets that either the little plastic pieces would break off that presses on the motor or the piece that receives the plastic inside would eventually get stuck. I tried to solve it by pushing it down manually with a chopstick but after a bit it just gave out.
gamerchickboss: Thank you so much for taking the time to do this video.
IRVINEOCCA: My experience with NutriBullet's customer service representative was really strange. I called the company's numbers, and a guy named Ryan answered the phone. I asked him if he knew where the product's shipped from, and he said no. So I asked for his name and said thank you, and he was silent. It was so creepy. I wasn't really sure how I would continue the conversation. So I awkwardly hung up. I called again, and another representative answered and gave me the answer.
Quenton Pittard: #nutribullet I have one its worth 120.00!!
Stajhe123: This was a fantastic comparison. The Ninja advertises that it can do a job, and it can't I tried doing triple loads and it STILL didn't perfor. Got the Nutribullet and won't ever go back!
04crossfire: The Nutri Bullet has a 600 watt motor.
Magic Bullet has 3 models ranging in watts - 250, 350, and 500 watts
letmesing6868: I do everything. Carrots, apples, kale, ginger, even strawberries. Which model are you using? I have the 1500 which I believe is the most powerful model. Initially I found that it didn't do well with strawberry seeds but I found that if you let it blend it bit longer it did away with them. I have never had a problem with chunks when I let it run a bit longer.
letmesing6868: I do everything. Carrots, apples, kale, ginger, even strawberries. Which model are you using? I have the 1500 which I believe is the most powerful model. Initially I found that it didn't do well with strawberry seeds but I found that if you let it blend it bit longer it did away with them. I have never had a problem with chunks.
SonicArchives: No Nutri Bullet grinds up smaller, I have both, but Ninja is bigger. Ninja does better with ice.
Mark Bush: Use the nutribullet for juicing (veggies, seeds, heavy ice), use the magic bullet for smoothies that don't need to be pulverized to super fine nothingness (fruits, ice cream, juices, light ice)
Mark Bush: My gf bought me a NutriBullet for christmas last year and that thing is AMAZING! It's 99% as good as a VitaMix and 1/5th the price! TOTALLY WORTH IT! And yes I still use my magic bullet, too. Reason being is the magic bullet is best for smaller sizes and multiple people (4 cups), the NutriBullet is just one large cup and one smaller cup for travel. WORTH IT!!!!
Ilea Martinez: I own both the Ninja and the Nutribullet and I believe both products are awesome. I use the the Ninja for a lot of things that Nutribullet is really not good at, like frozen banana ice cream and almond butter, among other stuff. Smoothies definitely come out better with the Nutribullet. So, I would just say that both are good, just not for everything.
metaspherz: I agree but she overfilled the jar. It didn't allow the proper vortex action that is necessary to emulsify well. The instructions clearly say not to fill over the line but she did it anyway. I'm certain that the blending would have been much smoother had she followed that rule.
I own both of these products. I bought the Nutribullet because the Ninja 1200 was terrible at making smoothies. I mostly used the Ninja to make juice. I squeezed the wet pulp through a nutmilk bag. It was just too messy.
David Robles: nutribullet and regular old magic bullet is the same personal blender! don't be fooled...there's no difference!
Dave Lopez: This is not a fair comparison, its a trick your pulling on us and that isn't cool. you are using two different containers ,a personal cup against a food processor container (closed volume vs. open volume). And you are using two different blades that cut differently. Of course there will be a difference.Ninja has three personal cups with a comparable blade in their 1200 watt blender kit. And the ninja cups fit in your car when your on the go, the bullet doesn't.
lisa gianotti: I have the nutra bullet and I love it, I use it every day, BUT I like to make banana ice cream using frozen bananas and almond milk... the nutra bullet doesn't seem to be able to handle that kind of blending. I was considering getting the most powerful ninja when the NB wears out but maybe I will just invest in a VITAMIX~ ?
TheCrashdawg: i though the exact same thing
Mary Wooding: I bought my nutribullet today. i. love it. I have a juicer as well. l love the bullet
cjnarvaez: Which type of Ninja are you using? Is it the Mega Kitchen System? The one with 1500 watt/2HP? I hope it isn't, I just order mine today... damn you blonde infomercial hosts!! In case it isn't the one I order... I always believed you sexy blonde host!
yamine2515: So you have the ninja? That's cool. How does it work for you? But, when my family and I got the nutribullet... We all felt better and it helps. :)
EI: ur just mad cus it sucks
chisaoboy: hahah. The Ninja's blades are steel and are RAZOR sharp. But this is an unfair comparison, You can't compare a personal size blender with a large-container blender. The Ninja system comes with the personal blenders and they're great!
jackkoo1234: thanks for making this---- the nutribullet advertises BPA free as well as only using 600 watts of power.
signmanbob2: Very good video. Thank you for making it for us. I just became a vegan about a month ago and now I want to start drinking vegetable smoothies every day. I'm going to go and buy my NutriBullet tomorrow.
laruedae: Of course, the fact that the nutri bullet is much smaller, it forces the food to be blended as opposed to the ninja which is a larger container. You can't compare a smoothie maker to a blender... even if the nutri bullet is labeled as a blender it's more a food processor.
laruedae: You should make a video comparing the NutriBullet to the Ninja Master Prep, so you are comparing applies to applies.
Nateman08: I watched this video because we have a Ninja and I think the results are chunky and gross. My husband puts in all the veggies and fruits and uses yogurt. He even preblends ingredients in a smaller grinder to help. They aren't watery, but they are chunky and gross. I said I don't want to chew my smoothie so he went ahead and added ingredients I'm allergic to, because I just can't stand the feel of drinking chunky veggies in a "smoothie". I'm looking at the Nutribullet - so I can make my own.
Ryan Auker: Clearly you put way too much water in the ninja. They also have a personal blender (duh) that fits on the same ninja base lol.
UniqueQ94: Thank you for this video! I was debating between the two for along time and was going to get the Ninja because of the bigger capacity. You saved me from disappointments, trial and error and constantly retuning products for not living up to the hype. Nutribullet hear I come!
Jhonathan Rivera: I normally dont comment on youtube however I have to say that you are comparing apples and oranges. The Ninja has a personal cup that will give you the same results as the nutribullet. The container you used is for larger jobs... If you would have used the Personal cup of the ninja and compared with the Nutribullet that would have been a more accurate test. Try that and update your video. THANKS
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