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7 of the Best Bullet Blenders of 2019

Bullet blenders are becoming more popular, not just because of healthy eating reasons, but as they reduce the need for plastic. If you make your own smoothies, for instance, you’re not buying them in plastic bottles. But which one should you spend your money on?

Here are 7 of the best bullet blenders, based on customer reviews:

Magic Bullet (11 piece system) – Blender, Mixer & Food Processor – £39.99

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Now, this is made from the manufacturers of the Nutribullet, so you’re getting all their technology and knowledge but for a cheaper price. This bullet blender does everything you’d expect its more expensive version to do, it blends, whizzes, grinds, chops, purees, whisks and more.  And you get a 100-page recipe book for inspiration.

Nutribullet RX – was £149.99 now £114.99

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This is the mother of all bullet blenders. It features smart technology and can make soups and smoothies from scratch, comes with a whopping 1700 watts of power, and with one press of the button makes whatever you want.

Vitamix S30 – was £299 now £199

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If you’re looking for a multi-purpose bullet blender then this one does everything. There are 10-speed settings and a boost function for extra power. You can process anything from softening fruit to crushing ice cubes. It is small and compact yet powerful and comes with a recipe book.

JML Nutri Blitzer – was £99.99 now £89.99

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Recommended by James Cracknell, this bullet blender features stainless steel blades that pulverise anything they come into contact with. Majority of customers give it the full 5 stars and comment that it has ‘changed their lives’. Comes with a recipe book.

Salter EK2002V2 NutriPro – £46.44

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1200 watts of power gives you a decent blender and great value for those who don’t want to spend a fortune but still want something that juices and blends well. Rick Stein uses this so it can’t be bad! And in tests it beat the Nutribullet 900 Pro, NutriNinja BL490 and Vitamix S30. Good option for beginners.

Kenwood BlendXtract Smoothie Maker SB054 – £40.78

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Kenwood has always been associated with making quality kitchen equipment and this is a great example. Practical and powerful, the BlendXtract has 2 speeds including a pulse action and makes soups, smoothies and sauces with ease. You also get a handy beaker to take your prepared drink with you.

Sage BPB550BA the Boss To Go Blender – £109.99

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If you want a finer blend then Sage has incorporated a ‘kinetic’ blending system that blends up to 42% finer than other bullet blenders. It also comes with 2 handy travel cups.

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