NutriBullet Review: Which NutriBullet is Best?

The short answer, for most people, is that the best model is the NutriBullet Pro 900. It offers the best price-to-performance ratio of any NutriBullet—or any personal blender, for that matter—which is why it’s been our top pick since we first published our review of personal blenders. (If the NutriBullet Pro 900 is out of stock, or you plan to blend ice frequently, we also like the slightly more powerful NutriBullet Pro 1000—especially if you find it on sale.) But in order to give you the long answer, in 2018 we put four NutriBullet models through their paces side by side, and we’ve continued testing newer models since.

From left to right: NutriBullet Pro 900 (our pick), original NutriBullet, NutriBullet Balance (discontinued), and NutriBullet Rx. Photo: Michael Hession

To start, here’s a breakdown of the basic differences between each of the current NutriBullet models, according to the company’s website in May 2022. Different merchants might bundle NutriBullet blenders with different accessories, so make sure to double-check which accessories come with the ’Bullet you’re purchasing. We’ve tested most, but not all, of these models:


NutriBullet (original) NutriBullet Pro 900 (our pick) NutriBullet Pro 1000 NutriBullet Rx NutriBullet Pro+ NutriBullet Select
Price $80 $110 $120 $180 $120 $120
Wattage 600 watts 900 watts 1,000 watts 1,700 watts 1,200 watts 1,000 watts
Blending cup sizes One 18 oz. cup, one 24 oz. cup Two 32 oz. cups One 24 oz. cup, one 32 oz. cup One 30 oz. cup, one 45 oz. “oversized cup” One 24 oz. cup, one 32 oz. cup One 24 oz. handled cup, one 32 oz. pitcher cup
Flip-top travel lids None Two Two None Two One
Blending blades One One One One One One
Other accessories One lip ring (for 24 oz. cup), one handled lip ring (for 18 oz. cup) Two lip rings, two handled lip rings, one recipe book One recipe book One pitcher lid (for 45 oz. cup), one lip ring (for 30 oz. cup), one SuperBlast pitcher with vented lid (for blending hot food), one blade remover, one blade brush Two lip rings, one recipe book One pitcher lid, one tamper, one recipe book
Wirecutter-tested Yes Yes Yes Yes No No

When we first tested personal blenders in 2016, only two of the 10 models we chose were NutriBullets: the original 600-watt NutriBullet and 900-watt NutriBullet Pro. These were the company’s top-selling and perennially available models, which is why we originally chose to test them over others. But we’ve gotten enough questions about the other various NutriBullets over the years that we decided to bring more of them into our test kitchen for comparison. As you’ll see in the results below, specs like wattage don’t tell you everything about how a blender performs. In our testing, the Pro 900 was still a clear winner.

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