Veggie Bullet VBR-1007

Veggie Bullet VBR-1007

MPN:VBR-1007
4.0

8 reviews · Statistics

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Build Quality
5.0 (1)
Ease of Use
5.0 (1)
Cleaning & Maintenance
5.0 (1)
Noise Level
5.0 (1)
Safety
5.0 (1)
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Reviews

8 reviews
Jono
JonoSAMetropolitan Adelaide, SA13 posts
 

Great for cooking healthy food

The Veggie Bullet is great for spirolising vegetable, shredding vegetables making it far easier to prepare healthy meals , good alternative to pasta. Easy to clean, rinse under the tap and put aside to dry. Great machine Show details
Aimee
AimeeNSWSydney, NSW109 posts
 

Only suitable for large kitchen

I did not expect it to be so bulky and having separate parts for spiralising and shredding/slicing. I have trouble finding a place for it in my cupboard. So far I only used slicing and shredding functions. It is fast, but tends to make a mess as what it spits out may end on the floor. It is also not easy to clean as vegetable tends to stuck in the chute. Show details
Annieg
AnniegNew South Wales3 posts
 

So good!

I love this little food processor. It handles slicing and grating in a flash. I haven’t found it any harder to put together or clean than any previous food processors I’ve used. The great thing I like is it doesn’t come with attachments I personally never use such as a blender. I did find that the Spiralizer attachment works well if you don’t push the food in too quickly otherwise you end up with curls instead of spirals. I did get mine on sale so at the price I paid I think it’s fantastic value.

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dougdougy
dougdougyVICGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC5 posts
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Shreds, slices & spiralizes - the only 3 things I need

I bought the veggie bullet for $69 from the good guys. It Shreds, slices & spiralizes very well. I am very happy with my purchase. Especially for the great low price. I have used a NutriBullet for years so was expecting another good product & I got one. 4 out of 5 stars. I would have given 5 stars but the veggie bullet is very loud when in use. Plenty of pros but that is my only con. The noise. It is easy to clean under the tap too.

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Lea Burton
Lea BurtonMandurah6 posts
 

Its a rocket

Extremely satisfied with this purchase

I started with a hand held spiraliser

Progressed to a bench mounted spiraliser

And neither were satisfactory - too slow, too wobbly.

the Vegie bullet is robust, super fast - super fast,

it spiralises perfectly - only one choice of size but that doesn't bother me.

It slices for recipes such as potato back

It grates/shreds for coleslaw, cheese etc

I can't say how happy I am with this machine.

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Sharren
SharrenMelbourne4 posts
 

Multi purpose unit

This unit was given to me as a Christmas gift, Works ok, spiral zucchini noodles are great, easier than using a manual handle unit. The shred/slicer attachment works well, slices veggies easily, better than hand held slicer, no more cuts on my hands. Good for doing cheese. Can be a chore to clean after use.

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New user
New userMelbourne2 posts
 

Too expensive for what it does

Given this as a gift. Spiral noddles from veggies are great however only zucchini really works well, other veg seem to break into small pieces

The second attachment shreds and slices. The sliced veg is pretty precision perfect but not much different to a standard food processor

Around $250 to buy - do your research can get for 150

Too expensive big bulky and heavy for what it does

Additional blade attachments are not available in stores and also too expensive to buy. A lot cheaper in America.

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Rjw
Rjw11 posts
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Grater is great, spiralizer is fertilizer

Grater works great on veggies and cheese.

On the other hand if you enjoy forcing a vegetable through the eye of a needle this product is for you.

If you force hard enough you can get zucchini to spiral but harder vegetables like carrots turn into little "c" shapes.

For it's price it just doesn't deliver.

Returned to store.

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Questions & Answers

Martina J.
Martina J.

Is the veggie bullet available if so what is the cost please

Martina J.
Martina J.  

Is the veggie bullet stay available, if so please what is cost please

Jono
Jono  

Hi these Veggie Bullets seem to becoming hard to buy and from memory I payed 80 or $90.00 for it. Good luck

Amizo l.
Amizo l.

Do you have Veggie Bullet VBR-1007

Jono
Jono  

I am note dire about the model number, but still going fine, my daughter spiralized some zucchini and commented how easy is was.

Martina J.
Martina J.

Do you sale veggie bullet

Jono
Jono  

No Marina I don’t sell , Veggie Bullets and if your asking would I sell my Veggie Bullet , no way. Someone must be selling them, you just need to keep looking , there was one for sale in QLD this week on Gumtree best wishes Jono

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Details

CategoryFood Processors
Capacity.21L
  • MPN: VBR-1007

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