As anyone with a kitchen knows, each tool or appliance has it’s own place in the pecking order, or hierarchy. The stove gets regular duty on a lot of things, but the blender has the job of making sure everything is sliced and diced and makes the shakes and the frostys and all of the good stuff. Like sauces and the components of sauces and chopped onions and on and on. That’s why we will be looking at several blenders and their features to see if any of them are a good fit for you.
The first kitchen blender we preview is the NutriBullet NBR-1201. This is a 12-piece high-speed with an amazing 600-watt motor. Its easy to clean and maintain and includes a recipe book. It can be yours for under $60 and comes with a limited 1-year warranty. This is an ideal entry-level NutriBullet. The 2nd blender we preview is the NutriBullet Pro. It stands out with 900 watts of power and is for those with active lifestyles and are experienced with juicing and using NutriBullet. It also features a 32 oz capacity which is a huge capacity. You can even download a NutriBullet recipe app. The 3rd blender we preview is the Ninja Personal Blender which works well for smoothies and shakes and making juice. This is a good in between blender of the previous 2 NutriBullets with 700 watts. It only comes with 2 16oz. cups instead of the larger capacities of the NutriBullets.
Of all the blenders looked at, its easy to see that the NutriBullets are the best value and power overall. They also come with the biggest capacities. Thank you for coming by the blog and thanks for reading. We hope that you found some useful information about blenders and hope you come back soon. Do you have a favorite recipe or blended drink you use at home that everyone loves? Send us the recipe and the pictures and we may be able to use it in a future blog. Thanks for coming and come back soon.