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This Nutri-bullet 900 is a very durable piece of equipment

Nutribullet Pro 1000 vs 900 Stainless steel is an extremely durable material. Extractor blades employ cyclonic motion to break down tough materials. These BPA-free, high-performance plastic cups are very sturdy and long-lasting. Cleaning is a snap: just twist off the blade, rinse well with soap and water, and then put the cups on the top rack of the dishwasher. A one-year warranty is included with this item. Using a 900-watt engine and upgraded nutrient extraction blades, the toughest whole foods are blended into healthful beverages, smoothies, and nut butters. They should be used for no more than 60 seconds at a time.This particular bundle includes a powerful 1000-watt high torque power base with auto shut-off smart technology. 2 comfort lip rings, 2 flip top lids, and a user instructions with recipe book are included. 28 ounce insulated stainless steel cup with vessel grip, 32 ounce gigantic cup with handle, 32 ounce colossal cup with vessel grip, extractor blade, two comfort lip rings, two flip top lids, and user handbook with recipe book The stainless steel 28oz insulated cup maintains the temperature of your smoothie or shake for up to eight hours. Fruits, vegetables, superfoods, protein drinks, green smoothies, seeds, keto shakes, and morning shakes all pulverise effortlessly. Dishwasher safe and hygienic.I routinely utilise frozen fruit and noticed that heating water in a tea kettle before to brewing produces the best results. I then pour some of this hot water to the frozen fruit to aid in its disintegration and thawing. After a few attempts, you'll see that it's rather easy to add less water than necessary. Then add a little more... and if required, continue adding little amounts until the mixture has the consistency of a milkshake but is a bit thinner. Then you'll have a smoothie that's sure to keep you coming back for more. This Nutri-bullet 900 is a very durable piece of equipment. It's incredible. I grind coffee using the milling blade on my 900W Pro, not the extractor blade. According to a trustworthy review source, the 900W's extractor blade will ground coffee pretty finely. I have no difficulty milling coffee beans into ground coffee for my drip coffee maker. There is no reason to suppose that the 1000W version would vary in any way.


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