Magic Bullet Blender (Small) Review
The Magic Bullet is probably one of the more famous personal blenders out there.
Unlike regular blenders, which tend to be bulky and take up a lot of space, the idea behind the Magic Bullet is that it takes up less space than a regular blender, all while being able to do the same things that any larger blender can.
But, how does the Magic Bullet hold up and is it worth your money? For this review, we will be looking at the small version of the Magic Bullet.
Key Features of the Magic Bullet Blender (Small)
- Comes with 1 base and 1 cross blade attachment.
- 2 regular lids and 1 flip top lid.
- 1 party mug, 1 large cup, and 1 small cup.
- 2 lip rings to cover edges on the cups.
- Additional recipe book, full of recipes you can make under 10 seconds.
Is the Magic Bullet Blender (Small) Worth Buying?
The Magic Bullet does a great job of quickly and efficiently grinding up whatever you put in there. You can use it for a wide variety of kitchen jobs, such as making drinks, smoothies, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, etc.
What really sets it apart from your standard blender is that you can easily keep it on your counter and plugged in because it takes up so little space.
So, whenever you want something chopped or blended, you just need to quickly screw the top off, throw whatever you want in the Magic Bullet, and then quickly use the Magic Bullet to chop, grind, or blend whatever you threw in there.
This is different from a regular blender, where if you want to use it quickly, you have to dig it out of wherever you keep it and then set it up and then you can use it; it is very inconvenient.
The cost of the Magic Bullet is just astounding.
You can choose between the regular or the small size if you are on a tighter budget. You really get a lot of bang for your buck when it comes to the Magic Bullet.
Because of its small size, the Magic Bullet is going to have issues grinding or blending bigger thick pieces of food or thick pieces of ice.
It is great for small things like smoothies, grating small amounts of cheese, and grinding coffee beans. But, it will struggle with bigger jobs, like chopping vegetables for salsa.
So, if you want power, you are better off going for a bigger Magic Bullet model.