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Nutribullet 1200 Series review

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Key features
  • Mini blender / travel cup
Expert review

The Nutribullet 1200 series personal blender has a powerful 1,200W motor that the manufacturer claims can pulverise the toughest of ingredients into a delicious, nutritious drink, and has a hands-free feature that automatically controls the speed. But can this blender produce the perfect smoothie, or will you find lumps lingering in your cup? Read our full review to find out.

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First reviewed by Which?

June 2017

Released

January 2017

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