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While I’m a big fan of Nutribullet blenders, I’m not really impressed with the Nutribullet Juicer Pro nor its 800-watt sibling. An internal pulp collection system is a no-go for me, nor would I recommend it to anyone.
Except for Juice Fountain Compact, most modern centrifugal juice extractors that I have reviewed comes with a massive pulp bin. It’s quite handy for juicing large quantities of juice, and it won’t give you a huge headache during cleanup.
The only reason that I’m going to recommend this product is if you’re thinking of getting the Juice Fountain Compact. If that’s your case, then the Nutribullet Juicer has the upper hand. You won’t have to buy any consumables with it as it doesn’t need a filter bag.
I’m really hoping that the brand will release a new juicer with a better design.
In the meantime, here are the two variants of the Nutribullet Juicer.
As you can tell, the Nutribullet Juicer Pro is bigger, more powerful and comes with extra accessories. However, if you already have a juice container at home, I believe getting the Nutribullet Juicer variant is a more practical choice.
Moving on, let’s take a look at its pros and cons.
- Affordable product
- Contemporary design
- 3-inch feeding chute
- 27oz easy pour airtight pitcher
- Multiple speed levels
- The pro variant comes with a pair of to-go bottles and freezer trays
- Dishwasher safe
- 1-year warranty
- A bit loud
- When the pulp basin is full, you need to disassemble the whole thing before you can continue juicing
- 24-hour juice shelf life
Is Nutribullet Juicer easy to use?
Having that feature will make your juicing routine way easier. You can juice as much as you can without pausing to discard the pulp. Plus, if your juicer has an external bin, you can place a compostable bag in it to collect all the pulp. That’s supposedly one less part to wash.
Anyhow, at least it doesn’t have a consumable filter cloth like the Juice Fountain Compact or Acme Juicerator.
Is it easy to clean?
This section is also dependent on Nutribullet Juicer’s usability. So, it’s proper to give it an average rating in terms of aftercare. On top of the filter basket, which accumulates fiber and residue, the pulp basin is where you’ll spend the most time cleaning.
I don’t really understand why they designed it to be like that. The only way you could remove the pulp is to scoop it with your hands. It’s something that they need to improve on in the next release of their flagship juicer.
As a redeeming factor, most of its detachable parts are dishwasher safe. The only components that you have to deal with manually are the motor base and food pusher.
See the Nutribullet Juicer Pro in action:
Don’t take my word for it, here’s a video demo of the Nutribullet Juicer Pro from Angela.
Nutribullet Juicer is a centrifugal juice extractor with multiple speed levels. It’s an excellent machine for extracting juice from dense fruits and vegetables, and as well as citruses. The pro variant comes with a 27oz (30 ml) sealable pitcher and freezer trays. Nutribullet Juicer is one of the most affordable juicing machines on the market.
Centrifugal juicers like the Nutribullet Juicer Pro fall behind when it comes to juice extraction efficiency and nutrient retention. If you have the budget, I would highly recommend getting any of these cold-press juicers.
Juice extracted by a high-speed juicer has a shelf life of 24 hours. On the other hand, you can store cold-pressed juice for up to three days. And this is all due to oxidation.
You see, the high revolutions per minute (RPM) of centrifugal juicers introduce a lot of air into your juice. This high-speed process breaks down nutrients that bind with oxygen. It’s similar to how you peel an apple. It will turn brown after a few seconds of being exposed to air.
In theory, the best way to take advantage of a juice’s full nutritional value—as far as centrifugal juicing machines are concerned—is to drink it right away.
What Kinds of Produce can the Nutribullet Juicer Process?
The tri-speed Nutribullet Juicer Pro and the dual-speed Nutribullet Juicer are best for processing dense produce and citruses. You can add a little bit of greens, but it won’t yield as much as a slow juicer.
Watermelon, turmeric, cilantro, pumpkin, pear, cauliflower, cucumber, garlic, bitter gourd, yakon, fennel, asparagus, sweet potato, pepper, celery, broccoli, carrots, ginger, apple, beets and pineapple, are some examples of dense fruits and veggies.
It will also work really well for citruses like lemon, orange, tangerine, mandarin, grapefruit and lime. For best results, you need to remove the rinds and seeds.
|Model #||NBJ50200 (Nutribullet Juicer Pro)|
NBJ50100 (Nutribullet Juicer)
|Rating||4.1 out of 5|
|Juice Shelf Life||24 Hours|
|Motor||3-Speed (Low, High, Turbo)|
|Chute Size||3 inches (7.62 cm)|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.3 x 10.3 x 16 inches (23.6 x 16.16 x 40.64 cm)|
|Best for Juicing||Dense Produce & Citruses|
|Application||Home & Personal Use|
|Related Products||Breville BJE200XL, Acme 6001, Omega X-Large Chute, Power XL Juicer, Mueller Austria Juicer, Black and Decker Juicer|
Is Nutribullet Juicer worth it?
At this time, I’m not giving my seal of approval for the Nutribullet Juicer. It’s a promising product, but it’s missing a pulp bin. As an alternative, here are some excellent centrifugal juicers with an external pulp ejection system.
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