I love that more and more of my family and friends are geeking out on the NutriBullet like me. Because it’s so easy and convenient to use, people do actually tend to make it part of their daily routine—more than they would a juicer, for example. The two hot NutriBullet products on the market right now are the NutriBullet Pro 900 Series Blender and the NutriBullet Rx. If you can’t decide which one to buy, check out my top three pros and cons for each product below.
NutriBullet Pro 900 Series
- Takes up less counter space (I like to leave mine on the counter so I’m more likely to use it)
- Sleek, slim 24 oz. cup better designed to quickly blend individual portions
- Easier to control blending time & pulsing
- Cup tabs tend to chip & break with heavy use over time
- Powerful, but not as powerful as the Rx (900 watt motor vs. 1700 watt motor)
- More for individual use than for large portions
- Powerful & smooth blending
- Heating capabilities allow for warm soups & sauces
- Comes with pitcher that is good for making large batches & family-size portions
- Clunky; takes up more counter space
- Auto-blending function makes it harder to control blending time/pulsing
- Comes with varied cup sizes vs. two of a single cup size (my husband & I like the 900 Series’ twin 24 oz. cups so we can each make our own blend)
If you still can’t decide, I would say if you’re using it for yourself or as a couple, go with the 900 Series. If you’re using it for your family, go with the Rx (larger portions). For my needs, I personally prefer the NutriBullet Pro 900 Series Blender. Either way you’re purchasing a fantastic product that will empower a healthier lifestyle! Check out my lip smackin’ NutriBullet smoothie and juice recipes here.