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NutriBullet Pro 900

NutriBullet Pro 900 Questions & Answers

MPN: NB9-0507
4.2 from 966 reviews

12 questions from our users

Stevie B

Stevie Basked

Pro 900

Is this product suitable to simply grind a handful of almonds as well as 2 tablespoons of sunflower seeds and 2 teaspoons of linseeds or is the large cup too large to do this effectively? This is all i need it for.

1 answer
TraceyT
TraceyT

Hi
I would just buy a small chopper like a mini tiny food processor that you only use for this sort of thing. They are not expensive and with all the sales on I’m sure you’d get a bargain!


Latinlady

Latinladyasked

Pro 900

When screwing the blade section onto the jar, it doesn't quite screw all the way and because of that gap the whole thing doesn't go down far enough to slide the clear tabs so the motor is engaged.
It would seem the rubber seal is stopping it from screwing it all the way, if I take the rubber seal out it works, but then the liquid could potentially leak everywhere.
Any ideas of how to solve this?
I tried putting the rubber seal in hot water so that it is softer and blades could be tighten onto the jar but that didn't work.
Help please!!!

2 answers
Mary Ellul
Mary Ellul

That’s no good, I’ve never had that problem maybe you should return it coz that doesn’t sound right. I have taken my rubber out and cleaned it with any problems! Not sure why you experienceing this maybe Call up NutriBullet or return it. Sorry can’t help!

Mishka
Mishka

If you haven’t had it long take it back, I never had this issue. Otherwise go to bumming warehouse and look for a smaller thinner seal?


Abbey  The Ponds

Abbey The Pondsasked

Pro 900

Hi, just wondering if it’s normal for a nutribullet to flash light from the back? Kind of light a lightening light? I was mixing a smoothie at night and it did this. I thought, strange, didn’t know there was lightening out. Realised it was the bullet! This is my third time using it

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Sue Russell
Sue Russell

I have had 2 Nutribullets and neither have ever done this. This does not sound normal, it sounds to me like some sort of electrical fault.

Abbey  The Ponds
Abbey The Ponds

Thank you! I might bring it back then


theresa

theresaasked

Pro 900

every nutri bullet i have bought and i have bought 5 seems to start ejecting juice as its been blended which leaks down to motor and stuffs it this happens every time over months of use??? Any help?

2 answers
Rob
Rob

Hi Theresa.

This has only happened to me once and it was because I hadn't screwed the lid on properly. Otherwise this has never been an issue with mine.

Ash
Ash

I have had the same problem mine leaks through the blade somehow and it's getting worse it's definitely not leaking through the seal of the lid. I never over fill it either. Only had it for a year


Noorix

Noorixasked

Pro 900

Is it okay to put carrots in nutribullet? is it going to damage the blades or overload the motor?

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Karina H
Karina H

Usually you can, but you still need to cut them up a bit. I also try not to run the Nutribullet for more than 5 seconds at the time. I am gentle with it, I guess:-)
The motor is too small for a continuous blending > 5sec, like industrial versions.
Hoping it helps.


Suzanne

Suzanneasked

Pro 900

Can I use frozen fruit and yogurt in the Nutribullet 900?

2 answers
Jean
Jean

Hi Suzanne,

Yes you can use frozen fruit and yoghurt in the Nutribullet, we've done this with our Nutribullet (but we don't put ice in our Nutribullet). The reason for this is because ice might be crushed the first few times, but it probably puts a lot of strain on the machine. If you want to blend frozen fruit/ice etc. I'd say look for a 1200W blender.

Good luck!

Suzanne
Suzanne

thanks!


Emmaf85

Emmaf85asked

Pro 900

Just purchased my first Nutribullet. Took it out the box to make a breakfast smoothie and the blades are blunt.....I mean I can press my finger against it and run it up and down the blade. To me it looks like a factory error. Is this some new blade technology I don't know about? I just want to check before I drive the 90kms back to the store I bought it from to exchange!

1 answer
julielu
julielu

Blenders can have sharp blades or blunt blades or a mixture. Blunt blades are the ones that pulverise ice and seeds etc that sharp blade cannot handle as well.


Deanie waite

Deanie waiteasked

Pro 900

Will the nutra bullet pro 900 chop dates up? I note it only has the 1 blade?

3 answers
bigalgeorge
bigalgeorge

Hi Im not sure where you got the 1 blade idea from. They have 2 sets of blades.
Yes, it will do dates and thats what we use every morning for our smoothies but the dates are not completely smoothed they have tiny pieces left after a 30 second blend. I like the texture though.
My only complaint which continues is the leaking cutter base, and Nutra Bullet refusal to replace it unless we jump through some hurdles as described.

Deanie waite
Deanie waite

Thanks ! Sorry , yes I was getting confused the 900w pro only has 1 blade so unsure whether that would suffice think it's called the extractor blade ?

Cupcakes
Cupcakes

There are two blades, however in my experience they become blunt fairly quickly, especailly if you are blending nuts and dates.


Ellavee

Ellaveeasked

Pro 900

My NutriBullet is only a couple months old but I notice a stale smell. Sort of like old spinach or green vege, I have only used the former on two occasions and always clean well. Today I used a small brush for quite some time but couldn't entirely get rid of this odour. Also noticed that between the blades and around the blade connection could potentially trap food. Any advice would be appreciated .

3 answers
Steve K
Steve K

dab in vinegar wait 10 mins then wipe clean with damp cloth the vinegar will kill bateria thatcauses smell

Y.H
Y.H

Vinegar does work. Try to put one part vinegar, 2 parts water and blend for 10 minutes and then let it sit, and wash with warm soapy water.

Ellavee
Ellavee

Thank you, I have tried putting a lemon through and it has helped but not entirely. I think gunk must get around the gasket or something.


MichC

MichCasked

Pro 900

Can I put a handful of dry nuts into the Nutriblast NB9-0907M model (without any liquid) and mill them using the pulse method?

3 answers
Y.H
Y.H

I haven't tried that myself yet. I think it would work. This would help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6w8bMuQz6w4

Steve K
Steve K

might not be good foe the blades in the long term with dry food

MichC
MichC

Can you buy a separate milling blade? Mine just had one blade set included which is for blending.


Rachel H

Rachel Hasked

Pro 900

I have been using my NutriBullet for a week and love it. I just noticed that there are three rubber "dames" in the base of the machine of which I have lost one. The fit into the little holes. Are these something that I need? If so, how do I replace the one that is missing? I didn't see these until a few days ago.

3 answers
The Auto
The Auto

I don't think the 3 rubber pieces have any function. I would not worry about the missing piece. If you want to be sure then why not contact Nutribullet directly .

Lish
Lish

I have this exact same problem and it won't work with the missing one. I'm not sure if they're required or not. Did you find out? I'm going to email nutri bullet directly asap.

somattasay
somattasay

I'm not 100% sure, but I think the three white rubber things act like springs so that when you push down on the beaker to lock it into action and then release after the drink is ready, the beaker will pop up and disengage.


Kimbo12

Kimbo12asked

Pro 900

Can you put ice cubes into the nutria bullet 900? I am presuming that it would not be a problem.

2 answers
paul.e.p
paul.e.p

I didnt have any problem with ice, until mine stopped working properly. I'd recommend not putting just ice in - LOTS of water/fluid with it.

The Auto
The Auto

Yes you can. I always put ice into a cup of water , let it "soften" a little bit before pour water in Nutri bullet.


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