"Even the toughest ingredients don't stand a chance," claims an infomercial for the NutriBullet Pro 900 blender, $150. That wasn't our experience in the Consumer Reports labs. Though the machine made an excellent piña colada and soup puree during performance testing, a blade cracked or broke on two separate units during our durability test, a stress test in which we crush seven large ice cubes 45 times to simulate rigorous use. One of the NutriBullet’s second assemblies (each package includes two) also had a visible crack.
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A blade on the NutriBullet Pro 900 can break, causing risk of ingestion