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What is the difference between the Magic Bullet and the NutriBullet?

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The Magic Bullet blender has a 250-watt motor and an 18-ounce capacity, whereas the NutriBullet blender has a 600-watt motor and a 24-ounce capacity. Magic Bullet also offers the NutriBullet Pro, which features a 900-watt motor and a 32-ounce capacity as well as the NutriBullet Rx with a 1700-watt motor and a 45-ounce capacity. As of September 2015, the Magic Bullet blender starts at $39.99 on Amazon.com, while the NutriBullet starts at $99.99.

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Both models are manufactured by Magic Bullet and are designed to be simple, dishwasher-safe personal blenders that consumers can use every day to make nutritious drinks and smoothies using any combination of fruits, vegetables, juices and milk. Either model can also blend dips and sauces, such as guacamole, salsa and bean dip.

The more powerful motor on the NutriBullet creates a smoother texture in the blended mixture, and it is more effective at breaking open seeds, pulverizing stems and breaking down tough skins. The NutriBullet Rx also has a heating function that allows users to make hot soup or sauces using only the blender.

All models come with a recipe booklet. Accessories are available, including additional cups, bases and lids. Free shipping on all blenders is available on the NutriBullet website and through online retailers such as Amazon.com.

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