Nutribullet vs. Ninja: Who Win? (Fair Fight Or Nah?)

30. January 2018 Kitchen 0

Ninja and Nutribullet blenders are both personal blenders as they are smaller in size. Due to their ability to blend finely, they are mostly used in making smoothies. They also have the ability to crush nuts and ice.

Comparing these two brands is complicated as both Ninja and Nutribullet have many models. Nutribullet models include Nutribullet 600, Nutribullet 900 and Nutribullet RX; Ninja models include BL450, BL451, BL455, and BL456. All Nutribullet blenders vary in motors, blending quantity and also features. Ninja blenders are divided into two; Nutri Ninja proline which has BL450, BL451, BL455, and BL456. Ninja auto IQ has BL480, BL481, and BL482.

For this review, we will look at Nutri Ninja auto IQ versus Nutribullet pro 900 as their price, speed and motors are the same:

Nutribullet Pro 900

Nutri Ninja IQ Auto

Power

900 watts

100 watts

Blades

Has six blades made of stainless steel and plastic aggregation parts. The blades are weaker and some of the customers who have used it say they leak.

The blades are not sharply pointed and there is, therefore, less risk of getting injured when cleaning.

Has four blades made of stainless steel and plastic aggregation parts. The blades are strong and do not leak.

The blades are pointed and could easily cause injury when cleaning.

Jugs

Either 24oz or 32oz and poor quality cups

Either 18oz, 32oz or 24oz and premium quality cups

Control panel

Has a single speed

Have a pulse function and also two programs that are preset. It also has an on/off button.

Potential

The smoothies produced are not of good quality and one has to add water to blend frozen ingredients.

The quality of the smoothies produced is high and you will not have to add water to blend frozen ingredients

Cost

The average cost is $65

The average cost is $85

Warranty

If you buy from their website, you will get a warranty period of one year and an option for an additional 4 years warranty for a cost of $15

If you buy from their website, you get a 5-year warranty and if you choose selected models, you get a VIP lifetime warranty

Conclusion

Both Nutribullet and Ninja blenders have their wins and the choice will depend on the customer’s preference. However, based on the comparison above, Ninja Blenders win as the user is in more control of the blender since it has preset controls. The blades in Ninja blenders are also much stronger and you will even be able to cut vegetables, prepare salsa or mix dough with the specially made dough blade. This blender also has a 5 years warranty and you, therefore, do not have to worry if it malfunctions after 3 years of use. Though Nutribullet also offers an option of 4 years warranty, you have to pay for it which makes Ninja the winner here. If you need to make some hot soup, then Nutribullet will be perfect as it can make the soup and make it hot.