nutribullet NBI50100 Immersion Blender Arm & Whisk Attachment, For Smoothies, Soups & Dips, 350 Watt, Charcoal Black,2″ L X 2″ W X 16″ H

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nutribullet NBI50100 Immersion Blender Arm & Whisk Attachment, For Smoothies, Soups & Dips, 350 Watt, Charcoal Black,2″ L X 2″ W X 16″ H
nutribullet NBI50100 Immersion Blender Arm & Whisk Attachment, For Smoothies, Soups & Dips, 350 Watt, Charcoal Black,2″ L X 2″ W X 16″ H

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Description

  • This compact, 350-watt Immersion blender blends ingredients right in your cup, bowl or pot. Its button control with variable speed dial blends high, low, and every speed in between for ultimate texture control.
  • Use the blade to blend batters, dressings, dips, and hot soups — no cooling or transferring required. Attach the whisk for fluffy whipped cream, eggs, and more!
  • The NutriBullet Immersion Blender comes with (1) 350W Motor Body, (1) Stainless Steel Blending Arm, (1) Whisk Attachment, and User & Recipe Guide
  • Built with longevity in mind, the machine features a durable plastic motor body with soft hand grip, stainless steel blade and whisk attachments, Unit Dims (with blade)– 2″ L X 2″ W X 16″ H
  • Hand-wash the blade and whisk in warm, soapy water.
  • NOTE: Refer to User Manual before use
  • Product built to North American & Canadian Electrical Standards

Additional information

Specification: nutribullet NBI50100 Immersion Blender Arm & Whisk Attachment, For Smoothies, Soups & Dips, 350 Watt, Charcoal Black,2″ L X 2″ W X 16″ H

Brand

NutriBullet

Color

Charcoal Black

Special Feature

Compact, Adjustable Speed Control, Ergonomic Handle, Multiple Attachments, Multiple Speeds, Safety Lock, Removable Blade

Capacity

2 Pounds

Product Dimensions

2"D x 2"W x 16"H

Included Components

(1) 350W Motor Body, (1) Stainless Steel Blending Arm, (1) Whisk Attachment and User & Recipe Guide

Style

Modern

Power Source

Corded Electric

Voltage

120 Volts

Blade Material

Stainless Steel

Item Weight

2 pounds

Manufacturer

NutriBullet

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

NBI50100

Date First Available

February 9, 2021

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  1. R. S. L.

    I bought this product – it was less expensive than the others, and I wasn’t sure that I needed it, but close friends had one, loved theirs, so I thought I would buy one without spending too much money. It is fantastic. I wasn’t expecting much because of the low cost, but the power is great, the controls are figer-tip close with easy response. I am amazed and would recommend this product.

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  2. slotterman901

    My decades old Braun died a while back. Decided on this one. Price point was good and good reviews. It’s easy to clean. The only negative I have is it is quite heavy compared to my old one.

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  3. Joanna Yepez

    To me…this was so worth $40! The immersion blending part purées food so quickly and easily. I can make baby food purée in a quick couple minutes and it’s smooth enough for a 5 month old starting out. I can just easily twist off the immersion blender and rinse it in seconds. It’s SO simple! We’ve done fresh apples, green beans, bananas etc and all have turned out smooth. I’m not using it for soups but I’m sure it could purée soup easily! I’m using the Immersion part for just the baby.
    The other part my husband uses a lot and same easy and simple twist on etc. I have used it once to make an avocado sauce which also turned out smooth and yummy! My husband has made other sauces that also turned out really great too! And he is picky about his sauce. Oh and it’s super easy storage.
    Haven’t used the whisk yet but wouldn’t matter if I loved or hated that part because I love the other parts enough to not care!
    Anyway, we are glad we purchased it and got the warranty just in case, but so far it’s a gem in our home.

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  4. Erb

    Conozco la marca y me precio interesante por el control de velocidades, por el precio es bastante bueno comparando con los de su gama, veremos con el paso del tiempo…

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  5. Gggirlgeek

    Wow! So far I’m impressed. I’ve only used it a couple of times to blend meals soft/small enough to eat through my tight jaw (severe TMJ.) It took me 30 seconds to blend an entire po-boy skillet into a po-baby skillet. Then I spent 2 more minutes cleaning it. Previously, when I tried this with my old blender, I blended for 10 minutes and it still didn’t get all the chunks out because the food stuck to the bottom. The Nutribullet required no stirring. I did, however, pulse it on low, rather than running it hot for the entire 30 seconds. I felt this allowed the food to settle a bit in the center, and prevented the motor from getting too hot.

    Cleaning was easy, but not as straight-forward as I was hoping. I tried putting soapy water in the cutting bowl (or whatever you call it) and blending that with the lid tight. The water pored out of it and made a mess on the counter. So I would either have to re-plug it into the outlet near the sink for this, or place it in a large frying pan to catch the water with this method. On my last run I simply washed the container and blade with my dish brush instead. I suppose I could try putting the lid on and shaking the soapy water over the sink instead….

    I simply wiped the motor handle with a rag sprayed with a little cleaning solution.

    I like that the blade come out of the cutting bowl so easily and you can get all of your food out without a problem. I don’t like that the bowl is made of thin, fragile plastic. I don’t feel it will last long, and I don’t feel it’s sturdy enough to eat from regularly. But I paid $32 for the entire set! I don’t expect Pyrex glass for that price.

    Now, where to store it?

    I will update after I use it more….

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  6. MSGirl62

    This small blending processor is a great way to do tasks quickly and easily. It’s worth the price and I wished I had this tool earlier when I started making smoothies. Always used larger blender, now I grab this t small gadget and enjoy a quick smoothie. This blender will do your soup if it calls for adding thickness.

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  7. Gmrgrm

    Bought it to replace my 900 watt immersion blender that broke after 5 years. I was amazed at how well this worked, better than the one I had before. Don’t know why cuz it’s a much smaller watt but it’s very strong. Very happy with this immersion blender

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  8. janis

    I was skeptical of buying this as it was inexpensive. Today for the first time I made a smoothie with banana, yogurt, strawberries and a protein shake. It mixed it all up within a minute. It is powerful and it works great. Also it is extremely easy to clean. This makes it so much easier for me than using my Vitamix Blender. I can’t wait to make soups with it.

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  9. RC

    For the price a fair/good value. There seems to be a ton of options in this price range, but while many of the other options in the category may come with more accessories, they are by unknown named mfg’s.
    Wish it had more than two speeds, but most of the lower-to-mid end immersion blenders are similar. There is a “speed dial” that sort of fine tune adjusts the speed a bit, but it doesn’t really offer a significant difference in the two available speeds (activated via the two rubber covered momentary speed buttons on the head unit). Even pressing the “Speed 1” button and with the fine speed adjustment dial turned down I feel this over-grinds / blends my canned plum tomatoes (used primarily for pizza sauce) way too fast. So I have to really squeeze out all of the juice before blending or the sauce will end up too watery and leave the pizza dough soggy. The only better alternative I can think of for my purpose would be a food mill, but those aren’t perfect either, and a good one is the same price as a top immersion blender (think Rosle / Roesle). So this will just have to do. I could have used my Nutribullet or old-school Oster blender for my specific purpose, but the extra cleanup would have negated the benefit of perhaps slower speeds and more control. This blender the lower half of the blender wand comes off with a twist, rinse and done. Super fast & convenient.

    Two halves of the blender come apart easily; simple twist to unlock. Blade actually only has two blades, one sided edges each, so I have no idea where in the description they come up with “four blades/edges”. Cord is about 5′ ft long and is hard-wired into the head unit. Haven’t used whisk yet, but would have been nice to get at least a blender cup with this (currently I am blending right in the tomato cans), but again, more dough…

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  10. Gemini2

    Just got this and recently used it twice – once for a butternut squash soup and again for blending caesar dressing. It feels like a high-end product…solid, powerful, and controlled. Highly recommend. Was looking at the models over $100 but don’t see why one would need to pay the extra cost.

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