Nutribullet blender combo

First impressions

The Nutribullet Blender Combo is a super-capable, super-flexible blender that makes everything from simple smoothies or very thick smoothies to savory soups. The Nutribullet Blender Combois a blender that makes crushed ice, make shakes, sauces,  nut butter, and beyond.

Nutribullet Blender Combo is a 2-in-1 product. The 1200 watt Nutribullet Blender Combo comes equipped with multiple speeds, a pulse function, and a program called “Extract”.

Nutribullet Blender Combo includes each size container you’d ever need to make hundreds of recipes. It has two single-serving cups – single-serve cup 24 oz Handled cup and single serve cup 24 oz Nutribulled cup, one for 32-ounce single servings(Model # ANBC32) and another 64-ounce pitcher (Model # ANBFP64) – multi-serving pitcher. Consumers in the UK and Australia also get a 17oz/ 500ml smaller cup included with the blender.

The Nutribullet Blender Combo has a small base unit. The base of the model has a small footprint, so won’t take up too much space on your kitchen counter.

It measures 9.6 x 6.9 x 16.9 inches / 24.5 x 17.5 x 42.8cm (w x d x h) so although it’s not wide, it is quite tall. Blending cups attach to the extractor blade with an easy-twist extractor blade. Every cup has a go-to lid, so you can easily blend your drink. You can blend your drink in the cup, then remove the blade and attach the lid so that you can enjoy your drinks on the go.

The BPA-free plastic containers are incredibly durable, but still light enough to lift with one hand. As for keeping it clean, the Combo comes with redesigned personal blender cups that have rivets on the inside of the lid for fewer splatters and drips, and both containers are dishwasher-safe.   

The main blending jug has a 64oz/ 1.8-liter maximum capacity.

Blades, cups, and pitcher are designed to work together for optimal nutrient extraction, turning ordinary food into a superfood. 

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Features and design

This Nutribulled blender combo is modern, heavy, and looks like more expensive ones on the market. Its low-profile buttons are almost flush with the top surface of the base, so spills are easy to clean up.

This blender combo has three precision speeds settings – low, medium, and high, as well as a pulse function. It’s easy to use and intuitive right out of the box. Also included is an auto program called Extract, which is a nutrition extraction cycle designed for good smoothies. So three precision speeds, a pulse function, and the Extract program offer full control at the press of a button and extraction capabilities for endlessly delicious possibilities. 

Also, it has some cool features that make it stand out from the rest.

The Extract button is one of the first features you will notice. With just one touch of this button, smoothie ingredients, including whole fruit and ice cubes, are processed into a smoothie. After it has finished making the smoothie, it automatically turns off.

There is a vented lid on the full-size blender, allowing you to blend hot foods.  BPA Free Vented pitcher lid with vented lid cap on this blender can handle the heat so you can make soups, sauces, and hot meals of all kinds.

It has a heavy-duty 1200 watts motor, so it’s a real countertop blender. It has more ice-crushing power, you can blend hot items in it, and it can make on thicker blends. Positively, the Nutribullet Blender Combo crushes ice better than its smaller siblings. Your smoothies will have a better and more consistent texture.

Performance and use

You won’t need to look at the instruction manual much while using this blender. Blender combo turned ice cubes into finely crushed ice on the medium speed setting with no effort at all, although, with a maximum noise level of 87dB, it was quite loud. The ice was finely chopped.

The extract program makes it really easy to get a well-blended smoothie, and I love the tamper for when I’m making a very thick smoothie or shake.

“I always make protein drinks with fruit and protein powder before or after a jog. I first tried that with mixing in frozen blueberries. The result was great. I later made Gezpacho with some fresh tomatoes and onions,celery etc. This was a good way to test the versatility of the blender by making a nice cold soup. The results was again great. I always update my reviews and will update this when i make more stuff with it. I also ground up some coffe grounds to a medium ground consistency so as to be able to use them in a French press. This was again a success.”

“I have made almond flour by simply placing the almonds in and hitting the high setting. This was then used on a cheesecake crust.”

“We were able to also use the cups it comes with to quickly blend a pizza sauce, since we dont have a food processor. Worked beautifully. I love that it comes with the 2 travel cups – makes life easy for my SO and I.”

The Nutribullet Blender Combo wasn’t able to make emulsified mayo as the blades were too high to blend the small amount of mixture below.

There’s no cleaning program, but the accessories are all dishwasher-safe, which makes cleaning easier – simply place pitcher and cups in the dishwasher and rinse The easy twist Extractor blades with soap and water.

  • Excellent blender for beginners
  • Affordable
  • 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
  • Effortlessly switch between single-serving cups and a large-capacity pitcher.
  • Easy-grip extraction blade
  • nutribullet cups are BPA-free
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • The easy-twist extractor blade is not dishwasher safe
  • It’s kinda’ loud
  • 1 year warranty
  • Disappointing for making nut butter.
  • Oils and sticky foods can be hard to clean.

The 1200 Watts NutriBullet Blender Combo isn’t too weighty for a multifunctional machine—coming in at just under 5.7kg, it can be moved around the kitchen easily. Where it might present an issue is finding somewhere to store the amount of kit that comes with it, especially the handled cup that can’t be stacked into the others.