The NutriBullet has Strong Competition

Versatile Breville to add value

When people consider the life of smoothies, Nutribullet is one of the first blender friends will recommend. It’s a simple blender for a smoothie on the run. Many other blenders will do a great job but they blend in a large jug which needs to be poured into a bottle etc – it’s just all too hard.

This new one from Breville offers both options, jug or bottle.


Versatile and convenient, create drinks, dips, soups and desserts using the 1.5L BPA-free blender jug or blitz fresh nutritious smoothies to take on morning walks or the commute to work using the interchangeable 600ml BPA-Free Tritan sports bottle.

With central blades that crush and chop, and wide sweeping blades that whip and aerate, the contoured MiniKinetix blade and bowl design minimises food traps and maximises fine, smooth textures.

Breville Kinetix to Go hero

This blender is exciting because it isn’t a one trick pony, it’ll make smoothies for three, or one. It’ll be handy even after your smoothie craze has ended.

Best of all, it is priced cheaper than the NutriBullet at $119.95RRP and available now. We’ll get one into the EFTM kitchen and give it a road-test soon.



You may have seen Geoff on YouTube where his tech videos saw millions of views or heard him while he talks tech across the radio waves. In his day job though he is an IT manager, a lover of Formula 1, great food and wine and obviously; technology.
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