Both blenders are styled similarly and come with the same accessories, except the Magic Bullet comes with four party mugs and a recipe book. The price difference between the products is considerable, as the Magic Bullet is sold two for $99, while the Cooks Power Blender is $20.
Both blenders come with a single base that contains the unit's motor. Both models simply require pressing the blending cup and blade into the base to blend foods. Both models come with two different blades for grinding and blending of foods. The Cooks Power Blender has a single 6-ounce grinding cup and two 13.5-ounce blending cups. The Magic Bullet has two unspecified sizes of cups, and also comes with four party mugs for serving drinks directly from the blender.
These blenders come along with shaker tops for their cups, which allow for dispensing of ground spices, as well as lids for preserving ground foods. Comfort rings are provided that screw to the grinding cups and allow for direct consumption of drinks. However, the Magic Bullet comes with an additional four comfort rings for the four party mugs. A recipe book is included with the Magic Bullet and gives instructions on how to make "10 second" meals. The Cooks Power Blender has a four out of five star rating on JCPenny, and may be a good alternative for those who do not care for the extra features of the Magic Bullet.