Is it as good as what people say they really are? Has anyone got a Nutribullet?

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  • Not much better than a traditional blender.

  • I did have until the motor died out, now I have one of the really fancy $1k ones with a 10 year warranty (the brand escapes me) But it is worth it!

  • I have one and would highly recommend investing in one!

  • My daughter in law has one. I just assumed it would be another passing fad, but she’s had it for a few years now and still uses it regularly

  • All the comments seems positive. I think I’ve now seen them sold at supermarkets.

  • No, but would try one since there can be health benefits to having food broken down making nutrients more accessible to digestion. However, also would have to make sure didn’t destroy insoluble fibre by so much mushing, or even over-consume since liquid is so easy to swallow and with no chewing you could eat more than necessary.

  • Yes I love my nutribullet. I use a lot of Costco’s frozen pineapple & berries & tubs of baby spinach

  • Bought one a while ago, worked a treat! Easy to use and easy to clean!

  • I like the idea of using all of the food rather than just squeezing the juice out of it. I haven’t got one but have heard they’re really great.

  • no i don ‘t have one. i would just use the blender lol.

  • Yes, its fantastic! I must admit though…I don’t use mine as much as I had intended to originally hehe

  • No but would love one for Summer!

  • Excellent feedback cherz – I like to haggle too and this machine sounds worthwhile.

  • Can’t wait to eventually get one myself!

  • My husband wants one of these. Definitely looking for answers either way.

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