NutriBullet vs Nutri Ninja Pro Review Green Smoothie Test

NutriBullet vs Nutri Ninja Pro Review Green Smoothie Test


Have you been researching blenders and
still can’t decide which one to get? Then you are gonna love this video! Hi, I’m
Tarashaun and for those of you that don’t know me, I’m the founder of
BlenderBabes.com. Your number one resource for blending smoothies and healthy living and we are back for one of our famous blend off competitions where we put two blenders against each other to see which one performs better. Today we have the nutribullet Pro and the Nutri ninja Pro. For this contest
we’ll be using a healthy greens recipe that I love and you can find it on
BlenderBabes.com. It’s the almond kale green smoothie. Now
almonds and kale are extremely nutritious powerhouses, but they can be
really hard for most blenders to handle so you will really be able to see which
one of these blenders can handle these challenging ingredients. Today we’ll be
joined by two members of our community and blender babes that are going to help
with the blender testing. We have Jamae. “hi how are you?” I’m good, thank you, and Kim, “hello”. Thank you ladies so much for joining me today. So, let’s get to know
them a little bit. So, Jemae do you drink smoothies? “Not often, occasionally”. Do you have a blender at home? “I do have a blender, but my lifestyle is so active
that I really just don’t have the time, but that’s why I’m here. I’m so excited
to try. Because I want to get into a more healthier lifestyle
especially for myself and my son.” Does he drink smoothies? “He does, he does, yes
and he loves them.” Awesome, so you need something that’s quick and healthy and
on the go. “Yes, yes. Very much on the go”. And what about you Kim are you a smoothie lover? “I love
smoothies. I do I make them almost every day. It’s a great replacement meal. I
sometimes can’t get a full meal in, so when I can’t, I definitely will
make a smoothie. And so do you buy them too when you’re out or you always make them at home. “If I’m not gonna get a chance to make it home I will definitely
grab one, but more than often I make them at home. Yeah especially here in LA, they’re like ten bucks.. (chuckles) “Exactly, at least, right” Awesome! So
we’re gonna get started! The Nutribullet Pro is a single serve blender with a 1.2
horsepower at 900 watt motor. It comes with one extractor blade, a
large 32 ounce cup, and a 24 ounce cup as well as an interchangeable lip ring
handled lip ring and flip top lid. It also includes their life changing recipe
book and pocket nutritionist guide. The Nutri Ninja Pro, is also a single serve
blender with a 900 watt motor. It comes with one extractor blade, a 24
ounce cup, an 18 ounce cup, and two sip and seal lids. You will also receive a
recipe book and wellness guide. Jamae will be testing the Nutribullet Pro. This is a single serve style blender that retails brand-new for $99.99.
There’s no knobs or dials; there’s just one setting which is on. The way it works
is by locking it into place and it’s also hands-free. But with the Nutri Ninja,
you twist it and lock it into place you must hold it down to operate. So, it’s not
hands-free. Alright are you guys ready to blend? “Let’s do it.” All right so now we’re ready to load up our ingredients and we’re gonna do it in the suggested way from each
blender company. So, with the Nutribullet Pro you’re gonna want to start out with
your leafy greens. Next you’re gonna do your soft fruits and veggies. Then you’re
gonna do your liquids. Next are your boost. So, your nuts, your seeds, protein
powders, goji berries, and finally your frozen fruit and ice. Kim is gonna have the Nutri Ninja and that one is very similar. It’s just
that you start with your soft fruits and veggies. Then your been nuts and seeds.
Your liquids and finally your frozen fruit and ice. All righty guys, ready to
blend? “Yes” Okay so we’re gonna blend for 60 seconds. ready, set, blend! Alright! Alright, so first we’re gonna
start with our taste test. What do you think Jamae? “This is delicious! It’s nice
and smooth and silky. I love it!” Do you think it’s something you could drink more often? “Most definitely, I could do this every
day. It will really help with my busy schedule and help with my son and just
make my life way more convenient.” You would take that on the go? “I would!” “For dance class, all those things, everything” And Kim what about you? How was yours? “So it tastes delicious but I can taste or I can sense the grits on my
teeth and in the back of my throat and I hate that, so…” So, it’s a little bit
gritty? “Yes, definitely” Okay So, it sounds like the Nutribullet Pro did a little
bit better, but we’re gonna really see and feel with the smear test. So, you guys
are gonna pour a little bit of your smoothie onto this flat surface. Alright. So, you guys can kind of see if
there’s any like little pieces or, or anything that maybe didn’t get blended
completely and you can also feel the consistency. You can even feel each
other’s if you want us to feel a difference. So, now we’re going to
take it a step further with the sieve test and that’s gonna really, really, show
you what is left over in this smoothie. So, with the sieve test you’re gonna pour
the smoothie through this mesh sieve and it’s basically gonna separate the fibers
from the liquid. “That’s cool, let’s do it!” So, you kind of have to help it out a
little bit. So, you’re gonna kind of use your fingers and just push it through. This is a professional-grade sieve so it’s a very fine mesh sieve. “All
sorts of chunks in mine. Yeah you can definitely see it already. “I see
the kale, yeah almonds…” Like I said, Kale and almonds are two of like the top
hardest ingredients to blend. So a really good blender it’s a good way to
test it. Especially because kale is so good for
you, it’s one of the you know top cancer fighting foods everybody wants to have
kale. You know it’s like the superfood of the year, so if you can’t blend kale well…
“It’s all about being Kalelicious” Kale Yeah! (chuckles) If you want to feel the difference
of each other’s. So you can get an idea of what the difference is. So, I’m just going to kind of show… So,
what do you guys think? “I think that was very smooth. I like that the nuts weren’t so choppy and big and I like that you could drink through the small straw.” Give me the Jumbo straw. “So, it worked, it was fabulous.” mm-hmm And what about you, Kim? “Yeah I’m disappointed with mine. I didn’t like the chunks in it, you
can obviously see the pieces of kale and almonds in there and hers is much more
smoother.” Yes I you like pushing that thing down. “oh, I had a struggle, yeah” We were gonna help you but you know, it is a competition. It looked like you were tired at the end. I mean is that a blender that you would use? “No, not the Ninja, of course not.” So, would you buy this blender Jamae? “Most definitely buy for myself and for some friends.” All right, well I would say the Nutribullet Pro won
this blend off. So, these are both similarly designed blenders and they’re also both
900 watts so it’s really interesting to see which would actually performed
better with our kale and almond green smoothie. So, I want to thank you ladies
for joining me today. Thank you so much Jamae. “Thank you for having me. This was a really great time, thank you so much”. You’re welcome, and Kim thanks I really appreciate it. “Thank you.” All right if you want to see these two blenders blend
ice cream and nut butter and grind flax seeds and all kinds of things you can
see our full Nutribullet versus Nutri ninja pro at blenderbabes.com or by
clicking the link below. Give us a big thumbs up if you liked this video and be
sure to subscribe to our Channel. Thanks so much for watching and remember, live healthier, get a blender!

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Comments

  1. I love the way you show the difference in texture Espeically the seive test. It makes me get my answers on what I would want to buy and what I expect out of a blender I want to own. Pls do a seive test for carrot smoothies . which blender would give a smoother carrot smoothie. Thanks.

  2. NutriBullet Pro is absolutely the Blender for me thanks for the comparison, this makes my mind up for a few Christmas presents, love healthy living for sure

  3. Thanks for this video. You did a good job of comparing the two blenders, it was clear and professional. I'll be looking at your other videos too.

  4. I think the sieve test really proved the point. The Nutri Bullet made a smoother blend, no grit, easier to drink and enjoy.

  5. The NutriBullet looks like a winner to me but they both seem to do a good job. Does it only do smoothies or can it make Almond milk for example?

  6. Idk, Vitamix is still my go to and I think I have one of the oldest models out there! I thought about downgrading since my Vitamix jumps when it runs and scares the crap out of me, but it just did such a great job. IDK.

  7. I really enjoyed the blend off. I appreciate the extent you went to compare the blenders' features, ease of use and results. I would rely on your blend offs and tests to aid me in making a purchase decision. The NutriBullet Pro is a win!

  8. I am looking to purchase a blender for making smoothies and this video was very useful for that purpose.

  9. LOVE the winner!!! Very thorough & persuasive comparison – LOVE how it's portable & efficient & now I need the NutriBullet PRO!

  10. Wow i didnt realise the nutri gets the smoothie so smooth I would love to try one thank you from New Zealand you beautiful ladies

  11. Thanks for doing the review, it was very educational! The difference in performance versus a regular blender is amazing. Would love to have one to make smoothies and juices

  12. Can you compare https://www.shopkuvings.com/collections/blenders/products/vacuum Kuvings Vacuum Blender SV500B – BLACK $649.99 Thank you.

  13. I have the NutriBullet and every time i make a smoothie in it the liquid runs out from the lid and all over the base.EVERY TIME i use it!!

  14. You can soak the almonds before, and I sold my Vitamix to a juice bar as it was too big for a single person. Check out the new vaccum blenders as they save 90% of the nutrients as they suck out the air from the carafe. Regular blenders oxidate the nutrients. I have the Nutribullet pro 900. Most raw foodists prefer blenders over cold press juicers. Your skin just glows in the video.

  15. It appears that you didn’t read the directions for the Ninja. The recommendation is to “pulse” when blending (probably the reason why needs to be manually pressed?), so I’m not totally sold in the nutribullet.

  16. Came here from other videos on blenders as I am researching on buying one. I don't wish to bring the tone down and please don't flame me, but here in the UK when you say "smear test" that is a term given to what I think you call in the US a pap test? Again different terms mean different things across the "pond" I know, but I felt I should mention it. Thanks. PS excellent videos by the way.

  17. when I twist my ninja it doesn't seem to work and I can't get it to come on do you have any suggestions YouTube

  18. "I'm too busy to make smoothies"…. Just wow. I hear that too much from my friends who just don't want to give up their eggs and bacon…. It literally takes a minute and a half.

  19. See all 7 test results in the the FULL Nutri Ninja vs Nutribullet PRO review here: http://www.blenderbabes.com/blender-babes-101/blender-reviews/nutribullet-reviews/nutribullet-vs-nutri-ninja-pro-review/

  20. Thanks for the video. I like Ninja because it’s called Ninja! Coolest appliance name ever. It works well but I am tired of chewing my smoothies. I may switch to the nutribullet or vitamix when my ninja stops working.

  21. Well I’m baffled. I just watched several video comparisons of these two and in all the other ones the Nutri Ninja Pro won as being the smoother result. Maybe you weren’t using it properly. Apparently they suggest pulsing rather than just blending. It may not have been a fair comparison.

  22. Omgee I saw a review of Ninja and was on my way to but after this Hell no plus its like blending it yourself you never know if you blend it right by pressing down on the Ninja

  23. I have both. And I think the ninja worls better. However both are not good with carrots so I use the jack lalane for carrots and the ninja for the rest

  24. 60 seconds??? I stuff my nutribullet to the top and only run it for 10-15 seconds and I never have an issue with the consistancy. Though I have to hold it down or it'll explode

  25. Which vitamix model is the quietest? Is it the G Series? I have heard that the Nutribullet has leak issues.

  26. Thank you for this review, It helped me decide to purchase the NutriBullet Pro.  Curious, can you make smoothies the night before?  I don't to wake the whole house at 6am.  TIA!

  27. Why not use Almond butter instead of the nuts? and the Ninja Pro Lady did not put the ingredients in the correct order the greens should have been put in first.

  28. I bought both of these. After using them daily for about 2 months, the Nutribullet started leaking. Am still using my Nutri Ninja. No complaints and they both worked the same as far as being smooth with no grit.

  29. i'm glad i watched this video before i buy a blender i see nutribullet makes better smoothies then nutri ninja pro i decided to start making smoothies for healthy diet thanks for review.

  30. Thank you so much blender babes! I had the nutribullet then my mother in law loved it so i gave it to her and i started hearing about the ninja and i was thinking about buying it. Im so glad i didn't buy it yesterday. Definitely buying myself the nutribullet pro. I miss my baby.

  31. I don’t understand why you wouldn’t just eat the almonds. Or if you know you’re going to blend them, leave them soaking the night before.

  32. The question is.. Why on the ninja they wanted to put the heavy fruit first and then the greens ?? That is harder for the blades to crush the rest

  33. I sensed this is an ad for NutriBullet when the specs come up for each, NutriBullet subtly notes LifeChanging Recipe Book & Manual and NutriNinja just says 75 Recipe Book. Subtle marketing. I have had a NutriBullet and now have a Nutri Ninja Pro and love it! But we all have our preferences.

  34. There are natural chemicals in kale that will keep you from really digesting it unless the veins are removed, the leaves steamed, the juice squeezed out (to squeeze out as much of those bad chemicals as possible) and butter (or other medium to long chain fat) added. Raw kale in a smoothie once in a great while won't kill you, but drinking them all of the time will keep you from absorbing the wonderful nutrients in it as well as any other similar nutrients in the food you eat with it.

  35. "none of the customers knew the nutribullet was going to explode until it happened" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiy4kju0ubs  86 pending lawsuits and counting???!!  WOW.

  36. Really because I watched a few other reviews and they all said the nutri ninja did great with blending I just bought one today I intend to sticking with it and find out for myself

  37. Lovely video. Can you please devise a smoothie to help with male pattern baldness? I need to reduce dht.

  38. Why not use a spatula to press the liquid thru the sieve? Enjoyed the comparison but was put off by use of bare hands. Thanks! 🙂

  39. I have used my ninja blender every day for the last 4 years. I use it for sauces, dressings, soups, salsa and pico de gallo, smoothies, pesto, grinding coffee beans, and homemade hummus. I have found the smaller blending cups do make things smoother. I love my ninja!

  40. Original Links you can get more information:
    http://www.shinehomepro.com/top-5-best-blenders-for-smoothies-2019/

    How to Choose an Ideal Blenders for Smoothies

    Things to Consider
    Following is the list of features you should consider when buying or ordering a blender.

    Power

    Blades

    Container size

    Speed Setting

    Price

    Warranty

    Original Links you can get more information:
    http://www.shinehomepro.com/top-5-best-blenders-for-smoothies-2019/

  41. It seems there was a larger quantity of kale placed in the ninja which lead to more in the strainer. Also very scripted. I noted the obvious “struggle” to run the ninja. Obviously a paid advertisement for nutribullet pro. Honest reviews please.

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