Are you looking for a new blender? If so, then you have many options, including the Ninja Fit and Nutribullet. As with all blenders, there are features, pros, and cons for each unit, so it’s a matter of doing a side-by-side comparison to figure out which one is right for your needs.
First in this Ninja Fit vs Nutribullet review, we will be taking a close up look at the traditional Nutribullet Pro. The NutriBullet Pro 900 is a blender and mixer system. It contains a 900-watt motor. This is 2x as powerful as the first Nutribullet model. This makes the NutriBullet a better option when you want to process fruits and veggies for smoothies.
The Bullet Pro model also includes 2 Extractor blades made of stainless steel that can blend, chop, grind, and chop. This helps to turn just about any fruit or vegetable into a smooth beverage. In fact, the unit’s blades are even powerful enough to chop up stems seeds, and the outside rind of vegetables, fruits, and green leafy veggies.
This is a plus so you won’t have to do the work outside the blender before you make your smoothie. The blender can also mill seeds, nuts, and coffee beans.
The unit’s cups are constructed from a sturdy/non-toxic plastic that is free of BPA and shatter-resistant. The capacities of the cups are 32 ounces and 24 ounces. Flip-top lids allow you to take your smoothie on the road.
The blender is also available in several colors. That ranges from a smooth gray to bright hues.
The motor of this unit is powerful, but you might have to stop it sometimes so it can cool down a bit. It’s recommended that you stop the blender every 30 seconds or so to boost the unit’s lifespan and also make it easier to chop up tougher fruits and veggies.
Another issue is the odd shapes of some of the parts can make it tough to clean and thus might have to be hand-washed. This step could actually lengthen the lifespan of the blender.
The 1-year product warranty doesn’t cover shipping/handling so it might actually be cheaper to buy replacement parts for the blender instead of shipping it to the manufacturer for repairs.
The Nutri Nina Pro is a blender that also includes a 900-watt motor. That basically allows you to blend the same ingredients as the NutriBullet Pro 900. The Ninja unit is also effective in handling frozen fruit and ice, which is a plus if you like ice-cold and creamy desserts besides smoothies. This can be a great feature for hot and humid days.
The Ninja Pro includes three 2-purpose blending/travel cups equipped with “sip and seal” tops. The sizes are 12 ounces, 18 ounces, and 24 ounces. This provides versatility when you want your blended smoothies or desserts on the go.
The Nutri Ninja Pro is also dishwasher safe, but it might be more practical to hand-wash the unit to extend its life.
Another possible drawback is if you put in big pieces of ice in the blender you could end up with small chunks of ice in your icy desserts. This requires you to check before blending to make sure big pieces of ice aren’t blocking the blades.