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Review updated Feb 09, 2023 at 09:42 am

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By John Panoryios, Theresa Ketterling, and John Peroramas

4.4

Multi-Purpose

6.1

Smoothies (Single Serving)

4.5

Smoothies (Multiple Servings)

1.1

Ice Crushing

3.6

Professional Use

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Blender Type

Personal Blender

Power

60 W

Hot Blending

No

The NutriBullet GO is a battery-powered personal blender meant for blending drinks like smoothies wherever you are, like after a workout or during your lunch break at work. It’s a budget-friendly option, and its design is light and small enough to fit in most bags or backpacks. It comes with a small 13-ounce jar and a lid with a carrying strap. It’s well-built, but none of its components are dishwasher-safe.

Our Verdict

4.4

Multi-Purpose

The NutriBullet GO is bad for multi-purpose use. It makes a disappointing, leafy smoothie and can’t crush almonds into a smooth, spreadable butter. It’s also not intended for crushing ice or blending hot ingredients, but on the plus side, it has a good build quality.

Pros

  • Good build quality.

  • Quiet and portable.

6. 1

Smoothies (Single Serving)

The NutriBullet GO isn’t bad for single-serve smoothies. It’s a battery-powered blender meant for making drinks like smoothies on the go but doesn’t perform as well as many plug-in blenders when blending fibrous ingredients like kale and fruit. Still, it’s easy to use and has a light, compact design.

Pros

  • Good build quality.

  • Quiet and portable.

4.5

Smoothies (Multiple Servings)

The NutriBullet GO isn’t designed for making multiple servings of smoothies since its blending jar has a small 13-ounce capacity, so it can only blend one serving at a time. It also struggles to fully blend fibrous ingredients, so smoothies with kale or pineapple have unprocessed bits left over.

Pros

  • Good build quality.

  • Quiet and portable.

1.1

Ice Crushing

This blender isn’t intended for crushing ice, according to the manufacturer.

Pros

  • Good build quality.

Cons

  • Not very versatile.

  • Can’t crush ice.

2.3

Soups

You can’t use the NutriBullet GO blender to blend hot ingredients, so it’s not really suitable for soup. It has a small capacity and can’t make a smooth blend with fibrous ingredients, so even if you’re working with small batches of cool ingredients, it makes a grainy broccoli or kale soup.

Pros

  • Good build quality.

Cons

  • Not dishwasher-safe.

  • Makes a grainy blend with fibrous ingredients.

  • Can’t crush ice.

3.6

Professional Use

The NutriBullet GO isn’t intended for professional use. It’s battery-powered, limiting how often you can use it, has a small capacity, and isn’t very powerful. It’s not bad at making smoothies with fibrous ingredients but doesn’t completely process fibrous ingredients like kale.

Pros

  • Good build quality.

  • 4.4

    Multi-Purpose

  • 6. 1

    Smoothies (Single Serving)

  • 4.5

    Smoothies (Multiple Servings)

  • 1.1

    Ice Crushing

  • 2.3

    Soups

  • 3. 6

    Professional Use

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Differences Between Sizes And Variants

This blender is available in a few different color variants: ‘Black’, ‘Red’, ‘Silver’, and ‘Gray’. We tested the ‘Black’ variant, but our results will be valid for the other colors. You can see the label for the unit we tested here. If you come across another variant or your blender is different, please let us know in the discussions, and we’ll update our review.

Compared To Other Blenders

The NutriBullet GO cordless blender is a portable, cordless personal blender. It’s very small and light and makes a smoothie a little quicker than the BlendJet 2, a similar battery-powered blender. It’s also very quiet. It comes with a 13-ounce jar that you can only fill to about 10 ounces, which some may find is on the small side for drinks.

If you want to see other blender options, look at our lists of the best personal blenders, the best blenders for smoothies, and the best NutriBullet and Magic Bullet blenders.

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The NutriBullet GO is a bit better than the BlendJet 2. Both models are battery-powered blenders that don’t perform the best when blending fibrous ingredients, but the GO takes less time to blend a smoothie with kale or blueberries. On the other hand, the BlendJet is easier to clean by hand and comes in a huge variety of different colors and patterns.

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The NutriBullet GO is a battery-powered personal blender, and the NutriBullet Pro 900 is a conventional plug-in blender. The Pro 900 is more powerful and versatile since it can easily handle tough tasks like making nut butter and makes a silkier smoothie with fruit or greens. On the other hand, the GO is meant to be portable. It’s small and light, and you can use it to make a fairly well-blended smoothie during your lunch break or when you’re traveling.

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The PopBabies Portable Blender is better than the NutriBullet GO for most purposes. It makes much better almond butter and smoothies and can crush mini ice cubes, while the NutriΒullet shouldn’t be used to make crushed ice at all, according to the manufacturer. It’s also dishwasher-safe. On the other hand, the NutriΒullet has removable blades, making it easier to clean by hand.

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The Magic Bullet Mini is a better blender than the NutriBullet GO for most purposes. It makes a smoother blend with fibrous ingredients like kale, meaning it can produce silkier smoothies. It’s also more capable of processing hard ingredients like nuts. On the other hand, the NutriBullet is a battery-powered blender, so you may prefer it if you’re looking for something portable.

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The BELLA Rocket Blender is a somewhat better blender than the NutriBullet GO. Neither blender can crush ice or make almond butter, and both have a small capacity, but the BELLA produces a much better smoothie. It also comes with two additional jars. However, the NutriBullet is a very lightweight, battery-powered blender, so you may prefer it if you’re looking for something portable. It also has a better build quality.

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The Cuisinart EvolutionX Cordless Rechargeable Personal Blender is better than the NutriBullet GO. The Cuisinart has a better blending performance since it makes a smoother blend with fibrous ingredients. It can handle crushing ice and making nut butter, although it’s not easy or fun to use for that purpose. However, the NutriBullet is smaller, lighter, and quieter, so you may prefer if you want both the jar and the motor base to be very portable.

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The NutriBullet GO is better than the Xibonol Portable Blender. It’s sturdier and blends ingredients more quickly. It can also make a smoother blend with fibrous ingredients like kale and fruit, which is important for well-blended smoothies. It’s marginally quieter. However, it has a smaller 13oz capacity than the Xibonol’s 16oz capacity. The Xibonol is also easier to clean by hand.

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Design

Blender Type

Personal Blender

Height

8.4″ (21.3 cm)

Width

3.2″ (8.2 cm)

Depth

3.2″ (8.2 cm)

Weight

0.9 lbs (0.4 kg)

Shaft Length (Immersion Blenders)

N/A

It’s a small battery-powered blender. It’s a little bit smaller and lighter than the BlendJet 2. It can fit into a purse or a bag, and you can easily store it on your kitchen counter or in a drawer.

It has a good build quality. The plastic it’s made of doesn’t look very premium, but it has anti-slip pads under its motor base, and the blades feel sturdily attached. The rim of the base has a safety feature built-in, ensuring the blender can’t start unless the jar is screwed into place. However, the cover for the USB charging port feels flimsy and as if it could tear after a while.

Main Jar Capacity

13.0 oz (384 ml)

Additional Jar Capacity

N/A

The jar has an overall capacity of 13oz but a ‘Max Fill’ indication at 10 ounces. It’s very small, even compared to other small portable personal blenders like the Fresh Juice Portable Blender, which has a 13oz blending capacity.

Jar/Beaker Material

BPA-Free Plastic

Dishwasher Safe

No

The jar and lid are made of plastic and aren’t dishwasher-safe.

Blade Type

Sharp

Blade Count

4

Removable

No

Dishwasher Safe

No

This blender has four blades. You can’t remove them from the motor base, and they must be hand-washed.

Two-Part Lid

No

Lid Closing Type

Screw-On

This blender comes with a screw-on lid for its jar. There’s a built-in nylon carrying strap. It doesn’t have a drinking spout or come with a straw, unlike the Xibonol Portable Blender.

Stow-Away Compartment

No

Cord Length

1.6 ft (0.5 m)

It comes with a USB-C to USB-A charging cable. According to the manufacturer, it takes less than three hours to fully charge. A full charge provides up to 20 blending cycles that last for 30 seconds each. You can’t use the blender while it’s charging, unlike the PopBabies Portable Blender.

  • NutriBullet GO motor base
  • 13 oz jar
  • To-go lid
  • Blade cover
  • USB-C to USB-A charging cable
  • Manual

Performance

Jar Used

Main Jar

Fibrous Ingredients Processing

Fibrous Ingredients Texture

It’s not bad for small batches of fibrous ingredients. Each blending cycle lasts for 30 seconds, and you need to run multiple cycles for the best results, but it doesn’t overheat as quickly as the BlendJet 2 if you don’t rest between cycles. For the best results, it’s a good idea to shake the blender once or twice to encourage the unprocessed pieces toward the blades. However, even if you blend for several minutes, the result is a grainy, non-uniform puree with some stringy pieces of kale left over.

Jar Used

Main Jar

Fibrous Ingredients Processing

Fibrous Ingredients Texture

Since it has such a small 13-ounce capacity, you’ll probably fill it to make a single-serve smoothie, so the result is the same.

Crushed Ice Preparation

N/A

Crushed Ice Texture

N/A

This blender isn’t intended for crushing ice without liquid in the jar, according to the manual.

Nut Butter Preparation

Nut Butter Texture

It’s not good for making nut butter. It can grind nuts into a paste after about five minutes of blending, and if you frequently and vigorously shake the jar. However, the final result is dry, grainy, and not very spreadable.

Noise @ Max Speed

79.3 dB

Like most battery-powered blenders, it’s very quiet compared to most conventional personal blenders, even relatively quiet ones like the Magic Bullet Mini.

Min Speed

18,000 RPM

Max Speed

18,000 RPM

Power

60 W

Speed Adjustment Based On Jar Type

No

Like most personal blenders, it has only one speed setting, so you can’t fine-tune the speed for certain recipes.

Ease Of Use

On/Off Switch

No

Speed Presets

1

Speed Dial

No

Hot Blending

No

Pulse/Turbo Mode

No

Programs

0

Blending Time Indicator

No

Programmable Timer

No

Double-pressing the button on the motor base starts a 30-second blending cycle. Unlike the BlendJet 2, it doesn’t have a pulse mode, and it’s a bit harder to manually pulse than with most blenders since you need to double-press to turn it on or off. The manufacturer says not to run more than two blending cycles in a row without letting the motor rest in between.

This blender is decently easy to clean. Running it with soap and water in the jar takes care of most residue, but you still need to use a brush to scrub around the blades and the inside of the jar. The jar is small and narrow, so you may need a brush with a handle if you can’t reach the bottom by hand.

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TechRadar Verdict

The Nutribullet Go is a small portable blender whose rechargeable battery can be topped up via a USB cable. It’s designed to offer you the flexibility to blitz up fresh protein shakes or smoothies, no matter where you are. However, it can’t handle frozen ingredients, and is only able to make relatively small 13oz / 385ml drinks. In our tests it wasn’t able to produce ultra-smooth drinks like its full-size siblings; but given its size and portability, we think a slightly pulpy drink is an acceptable compromise.

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Nutribullet is one of the go-to brands for powerful blending appliances and a leading innovator in the rising trend of personal cup blenders. These blenders allow you to blitz up lump-free drinks such as smoothies and protein shakes directly in the cup from which you intend to drink them. And Nutribullet has a worldwide reputation for making super-powerful personal blenders that can pulverize the toughest of ingredients including ice, root vegetables, seeds and nuts, creating smooth and tasty nutritious drinks.

The Nutribullet Go is the brand’s cordless portable device, offering the flexibility to blend your favorite drink from anywhere. It charges via a USB cable, with a full battery delivering enough juice for up to 20 blending cycles. This means you can make fresh smoothies and shakes at work, in a hotel room or even when you’re on a camping trip or at a festival.

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Should I buy?

  • Nutribullet GO Portable Blender at Amazon for $34. 99

But with just a 13oz/ 385ml cup, it can’t make big portions. The other main drawback is that it can’t be used to blend frozen ingredients, so if you’re a fan of ice-cold smoothies, you’ll have to pour it out over ice once your drink is blended. On the upside, though, it’s simple to use, budget friendly, and compact, too, so it won’t take up much storage space – or luggage space, if you’re taking it on a trip.

On test, it proved to be better than we anticipated; but don’t expect super-smooth drinks. Results were slightly pulpy – and, on occasion, we found a lump or two. While it’s not one of our best blenders, for the most part it did the job, and given its size and portability, it would be unfair to expect it to match up to a full-size personal blender. So long as you have realistic expectations, and don’t try to blend any tough ingredients, this is a good option for making blended drinks on-the-go.

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Nutribullet Go: price and availability

  • List price: $34. 99 / £49.99 / AU$79 

You can pick up the Nutribullet Go direct from Nutribullet. It’s one of the least expensive personal blenders you can buy from the brand and has the added advantage of being portable, although with a slightly higher budget you can get the Nutribullet Magic Bullet Kitchen Express, which comes with two cups. However, note that neither of these models have the power or capacity of the slightly pricier, but more versatile corded personal blenders on offer.

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  • 30-second blending cycle
  • Small 13oz / 385ml cup
  • Cordless and portable

This compact little blender measures 8.5 x 3.15 x 3.15 inches/ 21.5 x 8 x 8cm (h x w x d) with the cup on the base, and weighs in at just 1.54lbs/ 700g, which is light enough to tuck into your luggage for a trip. Plus, for added cuteness, it’s available in a choice of red, white, black, or silver colours.

A full charge takes up to five hours using the USB cable provided, but it doesn’t come with a power adapter to allow you to plug it into an electrical outlet. As such, you’ll have to use one you already have, or charge it via another device such as a laptop. Once powered up, the Go can be used for up to 20 blending cycles, which equates to around 10 minutes of blending.

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The cup comes with a lid that includes a handy carry strap, but it doesn’t have a spout from which you can drink; you’ll have to remove it to sip your drink. The base is supplied with a screw-on blade cover so you can throw the blender in your bag without any safety concerns.

Two presses of the power button will start up the automatic blending cycle, which runs for 30 seconds. If your drink isn’t smooth enough at the end of this time, you can switch it straight back on – but the instruction manual advises that it can’t be switched on for more than two consecutive blending cycles.

The cup and lid aren’t dishwasher-safe, so you’ll have to wash them by hand; however, if you’re using it on-the-go then you might not have access to a dishwasher anyway. Either way, it’s so small that cleaning by hand isn’t much of a chore.

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Nutribullet Go: performance

  • Fruit-based drinks weren’t lump-free
  • Mixes powders thoroughly
  • One blending cycle isn’t enough

Using the Nutribullet Go is simple. With the protective cap removed, the base and blade are screwed onto the cup of ingredients. Then simply press the start button twice to initiate the 30-second blending cycle.

The first drink we attempted was from a recipe that features in the instruction manual for a blueberry vanilla smoothie. However, we switched out the blueberries for raspberries; the other ingredients were simply vanilla protein powder and plant-based milk. Following the first 30-second blend, it was visually apparent that there were still some pieces of raspberry that would need further blending. So we immediately set it off on a second blending cycle for a better result. The drink was nicely mixed with no lumps of protein powder; but it wasn’t completely smooth. It had a gritty texture from the raspberry seeds that remained whole, plus there was a slight pulpy texture from the raspberries that you wouldn’t get if using a bigger, more powerful blender.

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Next we made a scaled-down version of the smoothie that we make in all of our blender tests. It includes pineapple, spinach, apple juice, Greek yoghurt and banana. Again, it took two blend cycles to thoroughly whizz up the drink – but, to our surprise, the Go coped better with these more fibrous ingredients. For the most part the drink was smooth, with a similar, slightly pulpy texture to the first drink. In addition, we found a small pea-sized lump of pineapple as well as a slice of banana that remained whole. Nevertheless, we were impressed that despite some visible specs of green leaf, the spinach was almost entirely broken down.

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For our final test, we followed the included recipe for a chocolate banana protein smoothie, made using banana, protein powder, peanut butter and milk. We also added some cocoa powder to see how well it would mix in. Once again, despite two blending cycles, we still discovered a whole slice of banana and, like the previous couple of drinks, this smoothie also had a pulpy rather than smooth texture. Aside from that, everything was well mixed and nicely aerated – not a bad result from a compact cordless blender.

At its loudest, the Nutribullet Go registered 81dB on our decibel meter, but the blender didn’t feel too loud in use. And although the Go couldn’t be cleaned in the dishwasher, it proved easy enough to rinse clean – so long as this is done immediately, rather than after having let the residue of a drink dry onto the cup. Our only complaint is that the carry strap can become a bit soggy if you’re not careful when rinsing the lid.

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Should I buy the Nutribullet Go?

Buy it if…

You travel frequently 

If regular travel means you often have to forego that post-workout protein shake, or you’re forced to buy expensive ready-made alternatives, this blender will allow you to mix up your favorite smoothie or protein shake from the comfort of your hotel room.

You prefer freshly blended drinks

It’s true that most personal cup blenders allow you to blend your smoothie or shake at home, pop it in your bag and then drink it on-the-go. But if you don’t want a drink that’s been sitting around for hours, this blender allows you to whizz up a shake no matter where you are. 

You’re short on space 

This is one of the most compact drinks blenders we’ve seen, so it’s a great compromise if your bijou kitchen simply doesn’t have the space for a full-sized personal blender.

Don’t buy it if…

You like to make big portions 

At just 13oz / 385ml, the Go only has the capacity to make small portions of smoothie or protein shake. If you like to guzzle a big drink, you’ll have to consider less portable options. 

You like to blend frozen fruits or ice  

As mentioned, this portable blender can’t be used to blend frozen ingredients, so if your regular smoothie always includes a handful of frozen fruits and ice, this isn’t the model for you.  

You want a super-powerful blender 

If you like your smoothies super-smooth, without a hint of pulp or seeds, then this isn’t what the Nutribullet Go delivers. You’ll need a more powerful blender, and more than likely, it won’t be a portable model. 

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“Not a Clump”: Nutribullet Pro 900 Blender Review

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NutriBullet makes some of the most famous blenders on the market, and its bullet blenders started the smoothie revolution in the past decade. However, the NutriBullet Pro 900 Series Blender is not the best blender when it comes to high capacity. Unlike a jug blender, this option will only allow you to make smoothies for one or two people at a time.

We tested the NutriBullet Pro 9 blender00 Series for a month making smoothies, soups and even blending cauliflower for a side dish to test its versatility and power. While it won’t do the job of a family blender, the blending quality is impeccable. If you need a blender to make the perfect smoothies, protein shakes, and refreshing drinks, this is a great choice.

Nutribullet 900 W00W, the NutriBullet Pro 900 is a powerful blender capable of handling even the toughest ingredients.

It can often be found on sale for under $100, but it’s still one of the most expensive NutriBullet blenders on the market. This is partly due to the set of attachments that come with the NutriBullet Pro 900.

The box contains the powerful NutriBullet base, 18 oz bowl, 32 oz bowl, flip and sealed lids, and extractor blade. It also has a detachable handle to make it easier to drink smoothies on the go.

The base is heavy, but not heavy enough to be difficult to move around the kitchen. It can stand comfortably on the kitchen table with plenty of clearance for lower cabinets.

One thing I really like about the NutriBullet Pro 900 Series is the wide range of color options. I tried it in silver, but it comes in pink, champagne, black, berry and even cobalt. Even the most whimsical kitchen color scheme will be able to find a suitable option.

USING NUTRIBULLET PRO 900

Setting up the NutriBullet Pro 900 is easy. Like all NutriBullet blenders, the blender is turned on by pressing the base, the lid screwed on and twisted with blades to secure it in place.

Once blocked, the blender will continuously blend until you are happy with the finished drink. You can also open the blender lid and give it a good shake to make a thicker smoothie.

The Bullet Blender is, as the name suggests, a blender with a bullet-shaped mixing bowl. This shape is best for small portions and is great for creating swirling flow for an effective blend. Another benefit is that you can often drink straight from the cup.

While testing the NutriBullet Pro 900 Series, I tested it with some very complex ingredients. Among them were tough cabbage stalks, frozen blueberries and whole strawberries.

Once the blender lid was screwed on tightly, all you had to do was press the bowl into the base of the NutriBullet and twist to lock it in place. I left it to its own devices for exactly one minute, and the result was very soft, with no nasty bits of cabbage stalks or leftover frozen blueberry skins.

When my drink was ready, I was able to turn the handle to take it out to drink. This would be especially useful for morning runs to the gym, with protein shakes or healthy drinks.

The drinking lid snaps on very securely, so you can put the bowl in your bag or carry it around without fear of it leaking.

IS NUTRIBULLET THE BEST BLENDER?

I also tested the NutriBullet Pro 900 Series against the Ninja to see which blender was better, and the NutriBullet was the clear winner.

Although it lacks individual settings and a built-in timer, this can be forgiven for a noticeable difference in the quality of the drink. It was a richer green in color, and its taste was smoother and more pleasant to drink.

I’ve reviewed many of the best portable blenders, and while the NutriBullet Pro 900 isn’t cordless, it’s a great option for portability if you’re looking for high-quality results.

WHAT ELSE CAN HE DO?

While NutriBullet Pro 900 does a great job mixing drinks, it’s not the most versatile. It can’t be used to make hot drinks or soups, so it’s best to wait for soup ingredients to cool before using, and it doesn’t have a large multi-serving capacity to serve drinks for the whole family.

I used NutriBullet Pro 900 to mix cauliflower garnish to eat with curry. I had to take it out of the base and shake it a few times to get all the bits on the blades, so unlike some blenders like the KitchenAid K150 blender, it’s best left for making smoothies. The best food processor will do the job much better anyway.

SHOULD I BUY A NUTRIBULLET PRO 900 SERIES BLENDER?

The NutriBullet Pro 900 Series blender is one of the best blenders I’ve tried when it comes to making drinks like smoothies and shakes. It crushes ice very well and can even work with tough stems and frozen fruit to make perfect fruit drinks.

What it’s less good at is blending and grinding harder ingredients, but for a blender that can do that, you’ll have to spend a lot more money. At this price, you would be hard-pressed to buy a more powerful and efficient blender.

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900 00 Now there is a wireless and cheap Nutribullet portable blender for the gym and office.

Nutribullet GO is the latest addition to the Nutribullet blender stand, as well as the first two. 1) this is the first battery, portable blender from Nutribullet and 2) this is the first portable blender from the brand that I have ever heard of before. Don’t believe me? Check out the portable blenders section on Amazon. Or, for that matter, read our guide to the best portable blenders. I’m sure Sboly, Lahoku and Topesct, for example, are great brands, but it looks like they might be Real Madrid’s current midfielder.

The portable blender is a great way to make a smoothie or protein shake on the go. You’ll primarily be doing this at the gym (protein) or the office (smoothies), though Nutribullet is perhaps optimistic that it could also be “perfect for hill walks.” Mm-hm.

Some cynics might say, “Why not just make a smoothie at home and then take it with you, maybe in a handy thermos?” However, the pulp of fruits and vegetables begins to turn quite quickly. A smoothie taken a few hours after mixing, after spending time in the bottle at room temperature, will lose nutritional value and may even begin to taste bad.

Nutribullet Go Price & Availability

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In the UK, Nutribullet Go is now available in Silver on Amazon for £49.99. Other colors (red, white, black) will appear in August at the same price.

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Nutribullet Go features and specifications

Nutribullet GO is available in four finishes.

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Nutribullet says, “A portable and durable blender means a fresh, delicious smoothie or protein shake can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime, whether I’m picking up the afternoon, pre-workout energy or brunch on the road.”

70W motor spins blades at up to 18,000rpm to “create protein shakes and smoothies instantly”. I don’t think you need to be a power freak to realize that 70W isn’t that much power, but Nutribullet blades are usually excellent, so should be good enough for soft fruit and protein powder. Just don’t expect to make nut butter out of this thing.

The 2200 mAh battery can be fully charged via USB-C in less than 3 hours, enough for “up to 20 mixing cycles”. So, that’s a smoothie a day for almost three weeks before it needs to be recharged!

Nutribullet GO comes with a durable 730ml tritan cup, “ideal for single serving”.