Blender vs. Blender concludes that a Ninja blender is more powerful than the Magic Bullet blender, with the Ninja Ultima boasting a 1,500-watt motor and the Magic Bullet peaking at only 250 watts. The blog Green Smoothie for Beauty adds that the Magic Bullet doesn't handle chunks well.Continue Reading
Both blenders are easily cleaned, as most parts can be placed in a dishwasher, according to Blender vs. Blender, but the Magic Bullet has a much lower cost. Green Smoothie for Beauty gives the Ninja Professional Blender a score of 4 out of 5, while the Magic Bullet receives a score of 3.5. Although the Magic Bullet may be useful for preparing shakes, it has a hard time crushing ice cubes, almonds and other hard items.
CNET's review of the Ninja Ultima Blender adds that the blender has a similar performance to more expensive blenders such as the Blendtec Designer Series WildSide Blender and the Vitamix 7500. The Ninja is powerful enough to replace a number of small kitchen appliances, but some users may not like its bulky design. The Daily Finance's review of the Magic Bullet concludes that it's not useful for dicing tomatoes, chopping onions, making whipped cream or preparing hummus but is ideal for frothing milk for coffee-based beverages.Learn more about Small Kitchen Appliances