The Bullet is available for purchase from retail stores, online merchants, classified ads, auction websites and the manufacturer’s website. Manufactured by Homeland Housewares, the Bullet comes in many versions, including the original Magic Bullet and the higher-powered NutriBullet.
Choosing a Bullet depends on feature needs and lifestyle.The Magic Bullet is a general appliance that merges the features of a mixer with a food processor. The larger-motored NutriBullet is geared toward the health-conscious consumers seeking to add juices and smoothies to their diet. The NutriBullet website says that the powerful motor breaks down ingredients into their most nutritious, most absorptive state. Other options include the Baby Bullet geared toward mothers who want to make homemade baby food and the Dessert Bullet which makes soft-serve food for those with special dietary concerns.
In addition to lifestyle, buyers consider budget when choosing a Bullet. The Baby Bullet is the lowest-priced Bullet, while the top-grade NutriBullet is the most expensive. Buyers find the most economical choice by comparing prices online and in stores. Retail stores may offer sales or deeply discounted outlet versions. Online retailers sometimes offer free shipping. The manufacturer's website sometimes features deals that are not available at other retailers, such as product add-ons or flexible payment options.