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Ninja QB3001SS Fit vs Magic Bullet 11 Piece Set Side-by-Side Comparison

Ninja QB3001SS Fit vs. Magic Bullet 11-Piece Set comparison. For this comparison, we rigorously put each blender through the four different tests.

Ninja QB3001SS Fit vs Magic Bullet 11-Piece Set: The Comprehensive Comparison Test


Price at publication
H13 x W4.5 inchesH12 x W4.5 inches
3.1 pounds2.0 pounds
Number of speeds
Pulse/Turbo option
Dishwasher-safe wand
2 to-go lids, and an extra 16-ounce blending cupAn extra blending cup, a to-go lid, a party mug, two lip rings, two resealable lids
Max noise
98 dB97 dB


Build Quality
Blending Cup
Overall Design Scoring

The Ninja Fitand its accessoriesare a solid set. It’s not built with the highest-quality materials, but the compact footprint and charming curves give it an oddly appealing look. It’s attractive in its own way, and you may find its user-friendly features hard to resist as well.

The Magic Bullet has a straightforward design, and this is the only praise we can really give it. On paper, the blender is advertised to be made of high-impact plastic, but in fact, it only took us a glance to criticize its poor quality. There are also several other drawbacks and you may consider those acceptable trade-offs given its low price. However, in the end, we are sure you will eventually become uncomfortable with such limitations.


Hands-Free Operation
Overall Usability Scoring

Efficiency aside, we also love the Ninja Fit for its ease of use. Its usability comes from a simple operating system: blending starts once the cup and blade assembly are aligned and pressed down on the motor base. Cleaning and assembly are also very easy. Here’s a quick rundown of each.

We cannot deny the Magic Bullet’s user-friendly design, but after hours of experimenting with it, we realized this blender is actually quite frustrating to use. More often than not, though, cleaning and assembling are effortless.


Protein Shake
Frozen Fruit Smoothie
Fibrous Greens
Crushed Ice Cubes
Overall Performance Scoring

Most kitchen blenders around this price strive for nothing more than basic nutrition-extraction, but the Ninja QB3001SS Fit wants to give you more. A standout in its class, it passed all of our tests — to include crushing ice cubes — with peerless results. It even performed as well as its higher-priced counterparts, such as the Ninja Nutri Auto-iQ. Still, it has a few shortcomings you should know about.

The Magic Bullet sports a 250-watt motor, which we found to be less efficient than higher-priced blenders and this resulted in some limitations on its testing performance. However, it's important to consider that these limitations are a compromise for its affordable price point. On the bright side, the blender can still work adequately for preparing smoothies packed with fresh fruits or soaked nuts.

Overall Scores

Overall Scoring

Pros & Cons

  • A great tool for any quick blend that involves fibrous, frozen food, raw nuts, or even ice cubes. 
  • Compact, straightforward design makes it easy to use, assemble, and clean. 
  • The blending blade is attention to detail with 4 sharp, sophisticatedly-designed prongs.
  • Coming with an affordable price is an above-average quality. 
  • Its final results were consistently smooth in all of our testing. 
  • There are extra blending cups included.
  • Easy to use, assemble, and clean. 
  • Stainless steel extractor blades are pretty solid. 
  • Three extra blending cups are included.
  • It doesn’t allow for hands-free operation 
  • A little shaking is necessary for an even blend.
  • It doesn’t allow for hands-free operation. 
  • It is not suitable for blending frozen fruits or raw nuts. 
  • Motor base jumps around while operating. 
  • Build quality is not good. 
  • Its performance is inconsistent.


The two personal blenders come with different power ratings so their efficiency is definitely unequal, but  we didn’t think this disparity to be that extreme.

 In our tests, the Ninja’s 700-Watt motor was more than enough to power through any solid ingredients, turning 6 oz of ice cubes  snow-like  easily. Not to mention other tasks like making frozen fruit smoothies, preparing protein shakes, or extracting fibrous greens. Alternatively, the Magic Bullet 11-Piece Set was an underperformer in every test making it an acceptable choice for only basic tasks.

The difference between these two blenders also lies in the build quality. At the same price range, there are plenty of low quality plastics in the Magic Bullet 11-Piece Set, while the quality of the Ninja’s parts resemble that of much more expensive units. It also has a better-looking appearance and high-tech design. If you’re looking for an affordable all-around blender,  there’s no better option than the Ninja QB3001SS Fit.

Behind the Comparison

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Tina PhamReviewer

Tina Pham is a staff writer and reviewer, with five years of experience in the industry. As a passionate amateur home cook, she loves to discover practical cooking solutions, and has made it her mission to bring her findings to every kitchen. Her ultimate goal is making cooking more of a pleasure for all.

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Lap VoTest Lead

Lap is Head of the Research, Testing, and Review Team (RTR Team) at HealthyKitchen101.com, where he directs and supervises the testing of kitchen gadgets and appliances.

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