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I have used both. Here are the difference I have seen 1. Nutribullet is BPA free 2. Nutribullet has a stronger motor. 3. Nutribullet has wider containers. 4. The Nutribullet cost two to three times as much.
While I don't know that the Magic Bullet (MB) has BPA containing plastic, I have noticed that the Nutri-bullet (… see more
I have used both. Here are the difference I have seen 1. Nutribullet is BPA free 2. Nutribullet has a stronger motor. 3. Nutribullet has wider containers. 4. The Nutribullet cost two to three times as much.
While I don't know that the Magic Bullet (MB) has BPA containing plastic, I have noticed that the Nutri-bullet (NB) specifies BPA free and the MB does not specifically say this. The NB comes in two different motor strengths 600 watt and 900 watt. The MB comes in 300 watts. Also the MB instructions specifically says do not run it for more than 60 seconds continuously or you may damage the motor. I did not see that warning in the NB instructions. The seemly most minor (but actually most important) difference is the width of the containers. The wider container in the NB means that you don't have to shake adjust or manually stir frozen fruit in the blender to get it to fully blend. Because it is a little wider you just leave it on the counter and let it go. In 15-40 seconds, your drink or shake is fully blended. You almost never have it stir it manually. The Nutribullet does cost significantly more. You will have to determine if the difference it worth it. If you use it daily like I do, you will wish you had bought the NB. If you don't use it more than once or twice a week, a regular blender may work better for you.
I like using frozen fruit because this make the drink thick like a shake or malt instead of like a drink. (Use a wide straw with mine!!) see less

By K. Brown on August 17, 2014
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I had my Magic Bullet for 4 years..... And EVERY morning during those 4 years, I made a smoothie with frozen fruit and 9 ice cubes. I never had to sharpen the blades... The motor finally gave out after 4 years and I replaced the unit... I LOVE my Magic Bullet and hope, with the constant use I give the machine, that my … see more I had my Magic Bullet for 4 years..... And EVERY morning during those 4 years, I made a smoothie with frozen fruit and 9 ice cubes. I never had to sharpen the blades... The motor finally gave out after 4 years and I replaced the unit... I LOVE my Magic Bullet and hope, with the constant use I give the machine, that my new one will last as long as the 1st one lasted. see less
By MK on October 31, 2013
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All raw veggies like Kale (include stems), broccoli stems, summer squash, celery, parsley, beet greens, spinach, cukes.
Rather than raw carrots, I put some carrot juice in, along with the water.

By finnfinn on August 28, 2013
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Yes, and coffee beans too.
By Online shopper on December 26, 2013
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Get a Nutribullet, don't get a Magic Bullet...not powerful enough motor.
By Magic Bullet Bust! on November 22, 2013
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Yes, and very good ones. Never had an issue. I made spinach, apple, pineapple, nectarines, peach, strawberry, banana, and any combination with protein powder. You put the soft ingredients in first, and the hardest last, topped with a few ice cubes and a couple tablespoons of juice or water or milk. While it is blending… see more Yes, and very good ones. Never had an issue. I made spinach, apple, pineapple, nectarines, peach, strawberry, banana, and any combination with protein powder. You put the soft ingredients in first, and the hardest last, topped with a few ice cubes and a couple tablespoons of juice or water or milk. While it is blending, you may need to shake the entire unit like a martini shaker once or twice to be sure all the ingredients drop to the blade. I love this thing! I use it to grind coffee and scramble eggs, as well as other small tasks. see less
By Brian A Frank on March 4, 2013
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It runs on 110V-120V 250 W at 60HZ...
By Sarah H. on January 12, 2014
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I am not sure about that.. I guess you could use it but I am not that familiar with how juicers work... FYI, I had a problem with my Magic Bullet and Their customer service policy sucks. My M.B. is still under warranty, as I have only had it about 4 months but they will not honor the warranty because it was purchased t… see more I am not sure about that.. I guess you could use it but I am not that familiar with how juicers work... FYI, I had a problem with my Magic Bullet and Their customer service policy sucks. My M.B. is still under warranty, as I have only had it about 4 months but they will not honor the warranty because it was purchased though amazon and not directly through their web site. They want me to pay for the parts that I need replaced. This is absurd since it supposedly has a 1 year warranty. see less
By Felicia Wilson on September 21, 2013
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He's I do. I would need a zip code for an accurate price. Have a great day.
By Gift 4 Less on September 14, 2015 SELLER
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Yes but I would putting boiling liquids in it but I have blended hot soups etc
By pj on January 10, 2014