Best Nutribullet 600 W Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals & Sales 2020:

The Nutribullet 600 W, launched at 120 €, is trying to find a place among the other Mix & Go blenders on the market. It has all the characteristics of these very simple devices, a control panel for absent subscribers and a mixing bowl which also serves as a tasting cup.


If it is not the red color (it also exists in gray), the Nutribullet 600 W resembles to be mistaken there with Russell Hobbs NutriBoost 23180-56 . The engine blocks of the two devices share the same simplicity and their bowls adopt a very similar shape. In self-respecting Mix & Go blenders, both also allow you to take a smoothie with you, directly after mixing, without having to change the container. Technically, only their powers differ since Russell Hobbs announces 700 watts while the Nutribullet 600 W, as its name suggests, reaches 600 watts. Will the newcomer succeed in supplanting his predecessor?

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Convenience of use

The Nutribullet 600 W seduces right out of the box thanks to its exemplary finish. The engine block entirely covered with brushed red aluminum, hardly subject to fingerprints, exudes quality and its significant weight (1.6 kg) gives an excellent first impression.

Only the lower part is in imitation metal plastic. It accommodates four very effective non-slip feet which prevent the blender from moving during use. There is no cord storage under the engine block and you therefore have to wrap the electric cable around the device, a solution that affects the overall appearance.

The Nutribullet 600 W control panel is conspicuous by its absence since the motor unit does not have a wheel to adjust the power or any program button: only one mixing speed is available. The blades begin to rotate as soon as the user exerts pressure on the bowl fitted with the knife. By printing a slight rotation to the container to the right, it is clipped onto the engine block and mixing continues as long as the whole is thus maintained.

The two containers supplied by the manufacturer are made of plastic and have a different volume: 600 ml and 300 ml (useful volume). They are not equipped with any other graduation scale than the maximum capacity of ingredients that can be placed there.

Mixing efficiency

The mixing of the Nutribullet 600 W is not without all reproaches, and the overall high power of this model is not synonymous with a perfect mixing.

After ten brief pulses at maximum speed (our test protocol in the absence of a crushed ice program), there are still 65 grams of intact ice in the container (on 300 grams): ice accumulates around blade block and prevents other ice cubes from reaching the knife. The Russell Hobbs NutriBoost 23180-56 has the same defect, which prevents it from crushing all the ice cubes during our tests, but it does better since it saves only 30 grams of ice cubes.

The smoothie could have been mixed more efficiently. One of the large pieces of the quartered apple was not ground after one minute of preparation. It is therefore advisable to prepare the ingredients carefully so as not to suffer this inconvenience. In addition, we still clearly feel pieces of apple skin – which we do not peel to judge the finesse of the mix. 


The sound level of the Nutribullet 600 W reaches 80 dB for 580 watts of power, which places it in the middle compared to the other blenders in the comparison. It is a little more discreet than the Russell Hobbs NutriBoost 23180-56 which is certainly more powerful (660 watts). But whose noise peaks at 83 dB. 


Maintenance of the Nutribullet 600 W is not a problem. The blade block is easily removed for cleaning and the opening of the containers is wide enough not to complicate their maintenance. In addition, all components (except the engine block) are dishwasher safe.


The main shortcoming of the Nutribullet 600 W lies in the few accessories supplied with the device. The manufacturer was a bit stingy and this dearth only highlights the lack of versatility of this model. Nevertheless, the Nutribullet 600 W is a blender with exemplary manufacturing quality, which fulfills its mission in an honorable way, provided that the ingredients are sufficiently well prepared.


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