Rated 5 out of 5 by BDPXXX Life changing.......!
I baught this product just over a month ago. I myself had lap band surgery 10 years ago and getting my required protein vitamin's and other life sustaining nutrients have honestly been a struggle. Since my surgery I have purchased several similar products, used them as directed and each time I have been left unsadisfied and downright discussed with myself for being sucked in by there hollow promises made with regards to there products ability to perform and there lackluster lackadaisical approach to resolving performance issues. They just did not care and we're not willing to do anything to make good on there promises.., Sorry got a bit off track., it's construction is bare none, it works better then described, clean up and storage is a snap and its overall design with its brushed nickel appearance has earned itselfe a permanent spot on kitchen countertop between my kitchen aid mixer and Cutco knife collection.
Thank you, Thank you very much....
July 13, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tegan Does the job
I am pleased with the power of this product. It really makes great smoothies. However, the containers can crack easily.
July 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Diesel Dually Love it
This is my 3rd nutri bullet.
My original had a 4 year life span, then i replaced it with another (red) 600 watt bullet, but that one only lived a few months.
The newer 900 watt model is much nicer.
I do like that there are 2 extractor blades.
I also noticed that you have improved the extractor blade seals.
That was an issue on my original nutribullet.
I make a shake everyday to take in my lunch box to drink as my day rolls on.
I used and use everything from spinach, banana, apple, blue berries, strawberries, flak seed, pine apple, water, orange juice, ice, grapes, razz berries, kale, broccoli, carrot, a coconut/flak/ chia seed mix, frozen fruit, apricots, and cali flower.
I have a magic bullet as well, that i started with over 10 years ago, that still works. I use it primarily for protien shakes.
Yes, I am a fan, and I do still watch the informercials from time to time to see what's new.
July 14, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by wifey removing the blade attachment
I bought this about 3 months ago from HSN after their demonstration looked fantastic. One of the blade attachments leaked no matter how much I tightened it. HSN immediately sent me a new one which didn't leak. It blends very well but I am having difficulty with removing the blade attachment after blending. The problem is you must tighten it so much so it doesn't leak that I am unable to open it. I was forced to purchase a jar opener from Craftsman. I tried completely drying the top of the jar first or wetting the top of the jar before attaching the blade, neither worked. I wish there was another way to remove the blade attachment without having to drag out the jar opener which is a large rubber strapping device. Too much work! I do let people know of this when they ask how I like it. I regret my purchase because I don't use it as much as I had hoped to.
July 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pamthebarber I love my Nutribullet!
This is my second Nutribullet Pro. I bought the first one 1yr and4 months ago. I use it 2 times a day at least, and I have never felt or looked healthier.
However, as stated, my last one lasted 16 months and the warranty ran out 15 months ago. This is unfortunate for such a costly appliance.
Also there are some issues that still have not been resolved with this unit in the 16 months, those being:
1, the rubber o ring is constantly disloging, an issue other users have as well.
2. Liquid occasionally escapes during grinding for no apparent reason, making a big mess, also a common issue.
Obviously, I am willing to overlook these issues in exchange for the ease of use and fantastic consistency achieved by this product.
It would be nice if they could work out those issues, and make it last longer this would be the perfect product.
July 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Judywl Great results!
After having received insufficient informaton in the user manual on operating my new nutribullet and inaccurate information from customer support, I figured it out myself by turning it to the right instead of the left (as I had been told). I also learned that I had to press down hard enough for the motor to be fully running before I would be easily able to turn it to the right. I am totally impressed by the speed and quality of its operation and the lack of food particles in my smoothies. I'm disappointed that your so-called "oversized" less than 32 oz cup for the 900 model is not larger, as I'm not able to fit as many ingredients as I used to in my 48+ oz Blender. I know I could get a larger cup in your 1500 model but I can't afford it and don't need the soup feature. I live alone and also have no use for all the exra cups, covers and blade, the cost of which undoubtedly were factored into the price I paid. Don't get me wrong, I just wanted to vent my few discontents. I am thrilled with my purchase and really enjoying using it and consuming my delicious and healthy creations. I'm also OK with the smaller quantity.
July 12, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by KidCareTDC Third Times a Charm!
I received my first NutriBullet as a gift. Unfortunately, the gasket came off. I had read that it is not to be removed, so I figured something was wrong. I took it back to Bed, Bath and Beyond (LOVE THAT PLACE!) and exchanged it for a new one. AGAIN, the gasket came off! Well, I just kept putting it back in and eventually I noticed it was not cleaning up well. Finally, the gasket came off while mixing, so the blades cut it in 1/2. Again I returned it to BB&B and am on my third one now. So far, it's working. I think I must have gotten a better model or maybe the problem was finally fixed? It's also quieter when it mixes, so I hope I finally have a keeper! I do love how well it blends frozen fruit! No chunks that won't fit up the straw like my blender used to do.
July 14, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by dicarter Unfair warranty start/ knownblade defect
This is an easy way to get your fruits and vegetables. And the result is delicious.
But be aware that this model has a defect. The blades will leak, causing a mess in the top of the unit. I just learned that although the blades are covered by warranty, I need to pay the shipping. Even though I paid good money for an extended warranty which is good to year 2020. The issues is that it was a gift. so if you have received this as a gift, you must do the very rude thing of asking for the receipt if you want your warranty to be complete. AND when I registered my warranty, because I didn't have a receipt they used the manufacture date as the start date of the warranty. I appealed strenuously, and was granted a couple of extra months, but I was not allowed to start my warranty on the day I received the gift or the day I started using it.
Given that the blade issue is a known defect (you can read about this in many places) I feel that this policy is so unfair. Looks like I'll need to be getting a new blade every 30 days, based on the lifespan of the first one. We do not use this to grind hard things - just leafy veggies, cauliflower and soft fruit.
If I were shopping for this (not a gift) I would look at the Ninja or the Vitamix options.
July 15, 2015