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NutriBullet 600 Nutrient Extractor & Hi-Speed Blender

$19.90

(9 customer reviews)

Take the first step towards transforming your health with the machine that started it all, the original NutriBullet. With 600 watts of power, NutriBullet extracts nutrition from within whole foods, providing an easy, tasty, highly absorbable way to consume superfoods like spinach, berries and beets.

Take the first step towards transforming your health with the machine that started it all, the original NutriBullet. With 600 watts of power, NutriBullet extracts nutrition from within whole foods, providing an easy, tasty, highly absorbable way to consume superfoods like spinach, berries and beets.

9 reviews for NutriBullet 600 Nutrient Extractor & Hi-Speed Blender

  1. Kathleen d. Smith

    Okay, here’s the deal: this thing is the BOMB, and it’s a workhorse.

    As long as you don’t overfill it, it blends basically anything. It even grinds coffee beans!

    The little plastic spinner inside the power base just broke today (after 1.5 yrs of super regular use (like 4x/day style)), and with a little bit of searching, I discovered that it’s actually a part I can replace myself, so I don’t need to buy a new power base. Praise be! Amazon itself sells replacement spinners–you know–that clear plastic housing inside the base, that the blade locks into when it’s blend time.

    Apparently it’s not uncommon for this little plastic piece to break. There are plenty of youtube videos out about how to fix it, and I just ordered a 3-pack of replacement spinners from Amazon, so I can fix this asap.

    Also, this pack–with the multiple cups, blades, lip rings, is great!

  2. Rod C.

    I love the bullet blender. I use this every morning for my breakfast. I blend up some veggies, fruits, and protein powder. I stay full pretty much the whole day. On some days, I will run home for lunch and mix up a quick batch of veggies. What I love most of how easy it is to clean. Clean up takes less than a minute. I bought one for the house and one for my wife’s office. We would definitely buy again.

  3. CraftyAndy

    After years of owning the original magic bullet, I decided to upgrade to this. Big upgrade! Large cup. Very powerful. And it really breaks down fruits and veggies. Great for smoothies. Just beware, don’t add too much water because it will leak while you blend it. I thought I wasn’t tightening the lid enough but figured out that it only happened when I tried making more of a juice vs a smoothie.

  4. Chloe S.t

    This is the best blender i have ever seen!!

  5. AutumnElf

    I have a blender and had a juicer. Blenders don’t do well with nuts and leave chunky stuff in your drinks. The juicer takes all the fiber out of your food and leaves you with sugar water! Not good for the health. I gave my juicer away.

    This Nutribullet leaves all the fiber and blends nuts very well into the drink. Mix some greens, some fruit, some nuts, and some almond milk or coconut water or antioxidant mix juices into this. Add some green powders (I like Kyogreen) and whatever you like! I’ve put pumpkin pie spice in with pears, cardamom and nutmeg with apples (plus your greens and other fruit). And avocado or banana if you like it creamy. Make whatever concoction you like! They all have seemed to come out great for me. Really fabulous.

    My bp has been 140+/90 or more. For a really long time. I drank Nutribullet drinks for a week only and I’ve already lost weight with drinking them once or twice a day (and eating whenever I want) and my bp is also now 122/68…after just a week.

    I do transfer my drink to a very large mug. These cups that that give you to mix in are fine for mixing but they’re top heavy and one day you will spill it! So transfer the drinks out into something that won’t tip.

    Fabulous product. If it seems to intrigue you, get one for your health now! πŸ™‚ You will be so happy you did.

  6. dontaskmequestionsunlessyouwantthetruth

    Well, I’ve put off buying another kitchen gadget for a while until the need was verified, verified, and then verified again. You, know what I mean when I say “What we own……owns us, actually” But after 15 years of using various models of the famous and durable and flexible and capacious Vitamix (one in the RV, one in the main home and one in a vacation home), I finally got fed up with too many bulky, stringy fibers when blending things like garlic cloves and ginger root. So, I took the plunge. This set up has just the right amount of gadgets. And it will make a smooth paste out of fresh ginger root. It won’t completely liquefy because there is so much insoluble fiber in roots like turmeric and ginger and garlic but it mushes things up very well. No more gagging stringy fibers. The mush can be chewed (if you can handle the stringent flavor) and it will add to the intestinal cleansing role of like all of the insoluble fibers. It’s like a soft brush washing everything it comes into contact with.
    The two size cups they give us with this model are large enough for single servings but if you want some more volume the Vitamix or maybe the Nutri-Bullet Pro which has a more powerful motor and I’m supposing that it has larger volume would be the correct tool. We have not had a reason to use the Vitamix since this Bullet came into our kitchen. I’d say, for the price, you cannot go wrong. Just be aware of the recipes and the footnotes they include with the skimpy user manual. Some of their attempts to be “All knowing in nutrition” are now outdated and proven to be more fake news from another decade or from the infamous FDA and the Department of Agriculture, who don’t seem to have their hands on the steering wheel anymore and probably never did in the first place. Just buy organic vegetables, supplement with whole food vitamins, avoid synthetic anything in you body, and make a healthy drink one or two times per day and you’ll live a more healthy life. And BTW….their instruction to avoid meat is wrong for half of us who are blood types who can easily devour meat and do extremely well provided it’s not factory meat. You have to ask the question “Just what kind of meat did those men with cancer eat so much of?” “And how did they cook their meat?” No doubt about one thing….American men love to “grill” and grilling factory raised, hormone-ridden, corn and grain-finished cow meat is a guaranteed health problem waiting to happen. 100% grass-fed is the only way to buy any four-legged critter that you intend to eat. And char-grilling is a no-no!!! If you don’t already know this…..then what in the world are you doing reading this???? YOU should be on your way to to get a burger down the street at one of the ubiquitous burger joints. Oh, but what’s that white paper bag with the logo on it??? Ya’ll be good and try to avoid medicines. Let good nutritious food be your medicine.

  7. C. B. Main

    This little machine really works great

  8. Antionette

    Love this blender! I use it every day for smoothies and have used it to grind coffee beans as well. I have had a magic bullet for years but this has a bigger capacity and better motor to really blend things well.

  9. A. Britton

    It is moderately better than a stick blender, but it’s a pain to use bc the rubber gasket inside the blade keeps coming off every time I use it. I have to fish it out of my shake and stuff it back into the casing. Pretty annoying and seems like a design flaw. Or maybe I just got a lemon. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

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