Louis Laszlo: I thought the purpose of a juicing machine is to break open the pulp and release the nutrients from the plant cells. I'm not old enough to need *that* much fiber ;-)
Alex Mosby: Go to multiple regions of any English Speaking country and people pronounce things differently and sometimes completely wrong. As long as everyone can understand what your trying to say then don't worry about it. Your English is very good!!!!
Jay Traylor: so what, you can't spell, it's your accent not you accent. Take the rock from your eye before you complain about the piece of sand in hers.
Reny Cat: Thank you very much for making this video! It was very helpful. Your English is good! Keep on rocking ;) XXX
Ky Cigni: I recently bought the NB and I'm regretting it. It does a well enough job (for now) but doesn't do it as good as VM. Plus you can put more in the VM and not have to worry about quantity restrictions when you want to make a big smoothie.
missmaymay77: lol love the video very cute!
tazman292: nutribullet gives you the needed pulp and the pulp has 70 percent of the needed nutrients
Chilsonmon370: It would be a shame if you did not burn fat when other people are able to shed pounds so easily with "Fat Blast Formula" (check it out on Google).
Shamik Mamurov: Sorry , hate you accent !!!
Lauren Johnson: you need to do up the blade lid base very tightly to avoid leakage as its very powerful; when i do it up tight, no leaks occur; mine runs great, wd never be without it!
HealthNutGuyCa: Nothing wrong with her accent, she speaks perfect English! Her comparison is not a true comparison as she admits that she doesn't even know how to use the VM. And you can't go by time alone: the VM manual says you should blend 45-60 seconds (sometimes less), so just because the NB may only need up to 30 seconds, it is a different *design*, so you have to go by the individual manufacturer. For me, hands down, I chose the VM. The Blentec is supposed to be fairly good too BTW.
honeyhotsauce: It's depends on the consistency of veggie. More veggie thicker it gets
russinhesperia: I understood every word you said with no problem. Your English in my opinion is pretty darn good.
7archangels2: thank you for your time & effort,,,,this video did help...by the way..your english is just fine.(^_^) God bless!
raffpants618: please put in some fruit, honey and lemon to cut back on the taste
Mochalatteswirl1: Lmfao @ gagging from it
Mochalatteswirl1: Agreed! Vitamix is the Cadillac of blenders! Lol
LessWeightFeelsGreat: I love how you talk lol "smoozie" you made me smile!!
Babieisis: I had my nutribullet for 3 month's, now its acting up (leakage & burn smell) I use my nutribullet very properly. Im going to purchase the vitamix. I dont recommend the nutribullet to nobody. The nutribullet only lasted me 3 months.
Sfking Alpha: LOL
tillallareoneluv: You didn't clean the filter between pouring each drink. You need to use two filers (strainers) or wash it out completely. If not, you are adding some of the pulp leftover from the vitamix into the pulp of the nutribullet.
tillallareoneluv: You speak better English than most native speaker, so don't feel bad.
noah hilliker: the health master is 1300 wa
lemurian chick: LOL...This is weird. From NB people: "Because of this commitment to quality, we warrant the NutriBullet to be free of defects for one full year (you may at your option extend this limited warranty for an additional 4 or 25 years by purchasing an additional limited warranty which shall commence at the end of the one year term)." 4 or 25 years?! Wassupwitdat? In any case, you have to buy additional warranties AFTER the first year. Something seems off about that. I'll stick with my VM.
neecee401100: Actually the NB has a 20 year warranty. But I'll check prices for VM.
lemurian chick: I seriously doubt that I am "mad" at having the Cadillac of blenders. Enjoy your NB!
lemurian chick: Lame. I have had my VM for almost two years and it cleans up in a snap. Plus it really breaks stuff down and has a 7 year warranty, which I bet the NB doesn't have!
lemurian chick: I saw a VM 5200 (the model I bought refurbished for $425) for about $325 so check around.
lemurian chick: Hey, it's David Wolfe! Hi Dave!
lemurian chick: Got meds?
lemurian chick: YOU'RE.
M Pantlitz: Thanks for sharing! : ) your awesome
Mocha Licous: You let the nutri bullet run Way longer than the Vitamix so how is this a fair test. And neither one of them are juices they are supposed to have the pulp in their it's the fiber of the fruit and veggies.
patricia house.anubis: Fat freaker you need to juice. Get off your fat ass and exercise too. Blubber checker and whale ass.
Dana Allen: I'm not sure what you did different. When I saw the commercial of the originator demonstrating the Nutri bullet, I saw no clumps at all when he poured into the strainer.
ayumim827: Somehow NB vs VM became "blender" vs "brender" lol. "L" and "R" is a hard pronounciation and also "B" and "V". I guess I said "B" correctly at least? Anyway, whoever made comments on my English, thank you. All of my friends are VERY NICE, OPEN MINDED, OPEN TO THE WORLD who accept my BAD English as is, and don't point it out. So it is good to know I am not saying "L", "R" correctly and realize that I need to be careful when I say "blender". Also VERY Thanks to ppl who said ok to my English :)
SchoolofSoul: To everyone making snotty comments about this young lady's English skills - let's hear YOUR video demo where you compare the two blenders in fluent Japanese, with no discernible accent.
ayumim827, you did a very nice job. Not perfect, but a good comparison of the two. And your English is just fine. Ignore these yabanjin.
MaiasMomma: I thought the point of these extractors and blenders was to actually drink the pulp, which is essentially the fiber of the fruits and vegetables?
Ejak777: Good video, thanks. Not many comparisons of these two. I wish you had been a little more scientific about it but that's okay.
I have the NB and have used the VM. The NB works fine for the basics but if you are serious about raw blending, it will be to small and not durable enough. I've had mine 3 months and it has broken already. It also doesn't break down really small seeds. While it works, it does a fairly good job, though.
essencerudolph: I think it would be best for you to get a juicer bc juicers separate the pulp from the juice while these two blends it all together to make a "smoothie". I had the jack lalanne juicer and its just that...juice. Maybe that will be a better choice for you. I think I will try the Nutribullet thanks for your review.
laualmarie: Helpful review, thanks. To those who made the unnecessary and stupid comments, especially you Drew, shame on you, how many languages are you fluent in?
Todd Erwin: nutribullet is better and u didnt give both a chance, do it again and run both at the same time for 1 full min! thats 60 secs if u didnt know, and WASH out the strainer b4 using it on the nutribullet!!!, not a fair TEST !!! LEARN ENGLISH!!!!
Drew Larison: brenders.
captain757747: I would like to know more about the health master unit from some one like your self who has had experience with the product. I was not impressed with the nutra barbie blender.. How many watts is the H Mstr and how many rps does it spin? Thanks for sharing your info.
captain757747: thank's for the info. I had the same feeling. The Vitamix seems to be very heavy duty and made of real metal not recycled plastic bottles. There are a bunch of negitive reviews on the nutra bullet saying the plastic parts break and the motor labors when loaded.. I agree she didn't use the machine for the same amount of time and really didn't know how to turn the vitamix on.. Hope she doesn't quit her day job at Taco Bell to demo blenders!!
Darcey DeRosa: If you are only using Nutribullet for simple smoothies, it is all you need. If you want more to use more vegetables and seeds, the Vitamix is the way to go.
neecee401100: That's the only reason I don't want Vitamix. $500! That's a down payment! And it does seem huge.
communicashun: jk. you have a pretty voice and accent
communicashun: wtf is a "brender"?