Nutribullet Pro vs Nutribullet
NutriBullet is a blender that is known worldwide for its power to crush vegetable, fruits, seeds, nuts and other plants in a short period and it's also known for its small, unique size that doesn't take any space at all in your cabinet or on your kitchen counter. There are four models for the Nutribullet: Nutribullet 600, Nutribullet Pro, Nutribullet Lean and Nutribullet Rx. In this article, we are going to compare the first two models. The 600, and the Pro.
NutriBullet 600 vs Nutribullet 900
The NutriBullet 600 (The originals and best-selling) is $79.99 while the Nutribullet Pro is $99.99, only $20 apart. They are famous for their sleek and compact design. They barely take any space to store, and they look modern on your kitchen counter.
In the Nutribullet 600 series, you get a two-pronged milling blade and a four-pronged extractor blade. The milling blade is used if you want to churn nuts and seeds, while the Nutribullet 900 has two pronged milling blades and two-pronged extracting blades. The blades are made from stainless steel, and it said that they don't ever need sharpening.
The Nutribullet 600 series comes in a range of colors, silver, red and gray while The Pro 900 comes in a brown color.
As far as the motor power and RPM (Rotations Per Minute) go, the Original Nurtibullet is 600 Watts and does 20,000 Rotations Per Minute. On the other hand, the pro has the motor power of 900 watts and it does 25,000 rotations per minute.
The 600 Watt’s capacity is 24 Oz and contains 5 servings per NutriBullet while the 900 is 32 Oz and contains 7 servings per Nutribullet.
The Nutribullet Pro 900 also comes with two tall cups of 24 Oz and a short cup of 18 Oz, compared to the Nutribullet 600 series which ships with one tall and two short. One point that was a major concern for the users of the 600 is smaller cups; they felt like it was somewhat limited, especially if you wanted to make a big serving.
This problem is solved if you buy the Nutribullet Pro 900 as it ships with a colossus cup which holds 32 Oz, so nearly a liter of smoothie. But you can also get the cup separately and use on it on 600 Watts.
Both of the Nutribullets are dishwasher safe and easy to use. The instructions are clear and simple and they churn, shred, chop and grind fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts to smoothies, dips, and purees. Both of them have one-speed setting and they don’t have an on/off button. All you have to do is connect the cup to the body and it will start automatically.
Since the original Nutribullet is 600 Watts and the pro is 900 Watts, the original won’t be able to give you the smooth consistency when it comes to blending and it can leave some lumps behind. As for the 900 Watt, it can give you a smoothie that is as smooth as butter without leaving any lumps behind.
As far as the noise goes, the original is less noisy than the pro; as seen in this nutribullet pro vs nutribullet review.
With time and usage, the original Nutribullet can leak some of the juice and the blade might wear out and get damaged. As for the pro, the leaking problem is fixed and the blade is stronger and improved.