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The Nutribullet Blender Combo is the brand’s contender in the entry-level countertop blender market. It looks pretty decent if you ask me. It’s something that can directly compete with the Nutri Ninja Duo.
Let me state the obvious. Combo simply means a package or a bundle. It comes with two single-serve cups along with the 64 oz container.
If you don’t need the small cups, the brand also sells the Nutri Bullet Combo as a standalone countertop blender. You can opt for the NBF70500 variant if that’s you’re case.
As the brand matures, it’s trying to get a hold of the market in a big way. I wouldn’t be surprised if they start selling air fryers or multicookers in the coming years.
For now, let’s go over its pros and cons.
- Excellent blender for beginners
- Comes with a tamper
- A vented lid means you can blend hot items
- More applications
- More control with 3-speed levels and a pulse button
- Comes with 64 oz pitcher, 32 oz cup, 24 oz cup
- It has labels on the pitcher, both metric and US imperial system
- Easy-grip extraction blade
- Dishwasher safe parts
- The easy-twist extractor blade is not dishwasher safe
- It’s kinda’ loud
- 1 year warranty
Nutribullet Blender Combo Features
Since it’s a proper countertop blender with a heavy-duty motor, it’s a far cry from the Magic Bullet and NutriBullet Pro in terms of functionality. It has more ice crushing power, you can blend hot items in it, and it can take on thicker blends.
Let’s explore the endless possibilities it can offer:
Please note that you can only blend hot ingredients with the large pitcher. It has a vent that prevents any pressure build-up. Unlike Ninja SS101, which can bring soups to a boil, with the Nutribullet 1200-watt blender combo, you need a separate pot to heat your puree.
Sadly, if you’re thinking of blending dry ingredients with it, it’s not designed for grinding whole grains. If you need that option, check out the Vitamix Explorian Series.
On a positive note, the Nutribullet Combo fares well with crushing ice than its smaller siblings. You can expect a better and more consistent texture with your smoothies.
Ease of Use
The Nutri Bullet Blender combo won’t feel right without physical buttons. With a massive container, the twist and push mechanism simply won’t work.
Don’t worry, it’s not that complicated. You only have to fiddle with six buttons in total, including the power switch. There’s a specific button for the single-serve cups (extract), and the rest are meant for the 64 oz pitcher.
It’s pretty similar to a standard countertop blender. I’m quite sure you’ll get the hang of it in no time.
When it comes to maintenance, the only thing you have to wash manually is the small easy-twist extractor blade. All other detachable parts are dishwasher safe.
See the Nutri Bullet Blender Combo in action:
Don’t take my word for it, watch this quick video demo from the brand.
Nutribullet Combo Accessories
With the Combo package, you get more than half of these accessories.
All of the pitchers, cups, and lids are dishwasher safe and BPA-free.
Easy-Twist Extractor Blade (Included)
For an affordable price, you can always get an extra easy twist extractor blade.
56 oz pitcher
I don’t really recommend it as there’s barely any difference between the 64-ounce pitcher. You can use the 64-ounce pitcher to make 56-ounce servings, but it can’t be done the other way around.
|Type||Countertop & Personal Blender|
|Ratings||4.3 out of 5|
|Speed||3-speed with pulse|
|Blade||Easy-twist extractor blade and nutrient extractor blade|
|Container capacity||64 oz, 32 oz, and 24 oz|
|Dishwasher safe||Yes (not the easy-twist blades)|
|Dimensions||12.44 x 10.02 x 6.54 inches|
|Application||Home and Personal Use|
The Nutribullet Blender Combo is an excellent choice whether you’re a long-time Nutribullet user or not. You can never go wrong with a budget-friendly product with a whole lot to offer.
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