NutriBullet is the most recognized name in the world of personal blenders. Its latest blender combo is of a new generation of compact blenders, where the jug or cup serves as a receptacle to consume smoothies on the go or to store them.
The NutriBullet Blender Combo’s wide base occupies the same space as a regular blender, and then some since it has two cups, one for 32-ounce single servings and another 64-ounce pitcher. It offers you the luxury of limited space.
The modern, stainless steel body looks a lot like more expensive blenders on the market and is heavy. The heft is a good feature because lighter bases tend to be unstable and bounce around during heavy-duty jobs. It also has suction cups on the bottom to keep it firmly attached to the counter.
The buttons are low-profile, almost flush with the base’s surface, which means cleaning up spills is a cinch. No need to break out the cotton swabs to coax food bits from the control panel.
The controls are also easy to use right out of the box. Unlike regular blenders that have 100 different speed settings, the Combo only has five. For most people, extract, low, high, medium, and pulse are all you’re going to need anyway.