PRODUCT - THE
IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE EVEN MORE POWERFUL FOR CREATING
BUT AS MICHELLE LI REPORTS IT COULD POSE A SAFETY
Even the toughest ingredients don't
ordinary food into super food." NutriBullet Pro 900
But Consumer Reports is calling the NutriBullet Pro
900 a "Don't Buy.
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While we're not aware of any
injuries, a broken blade fragment
could easily go undetected in a
blended beverage and accidentally
be consumed, especially since this
product is designed so you can drink
misuse of the product
But nowhere does the company caution users they must
add liquid when using ice.
And some major retailers like Target and Best Buy
even say the NutriBullet Pro 900 can be used for crushing
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Also understand the purpose of our
durability test isn't to see how well
a blender crushes ice.
It's a stress
test to see if blenders will hold up
Plenty of other blenders
we tested didn't have a problem
with this test, including the original
If you own the NutriBullet Pro 900, Consumer Reports
recommends you stop using it.
MICHELLE LI REPORTING.
IF YOU'RE IN THE MARKET FOR A PERSONAL BLENDER, CONSUMER
REPORTS RECOMMENDS THE 90-DOLLAR NUTRI NINJA.
IT PERFORMED WELL IN ALL OF CONSUMER REPORTS' TESTS,
INCLUDING THE DURABILITY TEST.