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How does a Magic Bullet juicer compare to a blender?

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A Magic Bullet juicer is rated below average in comparison to other blenders, getting a B rating from Good Housekeeping. Among more than 70 blenders rated by Good Housekeeping, it comes in at number 54.

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How does a Magic Bullet juicer compare to a blender?
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Both the Magic Bullet Original and NutriBullet blenders are given B ratings for their quiet and easy operation. The original Magic Bullet is dishwasher-safe and has convenient single-serving jars with handles. It can puree, chop and blend as well as grind coffee beans. Although the NutriBullet isn't dishwasher safe, it is easy to use and assemble. One downside to Magic Bullet blenders is the tendency of the jars to stain from tomato sauce. Another issue is that the blenders and all the extra attachments and accessories take up a lot of room.

The top-rated Oster Beehive blender gets an A-plus for its dishwasher-safe parts that are easy to use and assemble and its great blending skills. Its only con is the noise it produces.

Another top-rated blender is the Vitamix Professional blender. This blender grinds coffee beans, purees frozen fruit into smoothies and makes margaritas. There is little assembly required, and the parts can be washed in a dishwasher. The controls contain a pulse function to grind hard foods, such as ice and leafy greens.

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