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OBERLY vs NutriBullet Pro 900 W Personal Blender Side-by-Side Comparison

Comparing the portability of OBERLY with the heavyweight power of NutriBullet Pro 900W personal blender. Which one's for you?

OBERLY vs NutriBullet Pro 900 W Personal Blender


Price at publication
H9.2 x W3.2 inchesH14.7 x W5.4 inches
1 pounds4.6 pounds
Number of speeds
Pulse/Turbo option
Dishwasher-safe wand
Cup Filter2 to-go lids, 2 cup rings, 2 handled cup rings, an extra 32-ounce blending cup
Max noise
65 dB97 dB


Build Quality
Blending Cup
Overall Design Scoring

Our Oberly didn’t score big on quality and design. It's difficult to find a more portable design than this blender’s, which provides extreme blending comfort and convenience. Without this great mobility, however, most shoppers may hardly give it a second glance since there is a lack of sturdiness and overall quality here.

The NutriBullet Pro is not revolutionary, but we love its simplicity and sturdiness. It delivers decent quality at an affordable price so you can blend with peace of mind for years. It also comes with several handy features that may interest you.


Hands-Free Operation
Overall Usability Scoring

We like the straightforward approach of a control panel that consists of a single button, a light indicator, and a . That being said, it doesn’t make the blender more enjoyable to use or easy to maneuver. Due to the weak motor, our OBERLY cannot draw the ingredients toward its blade on its own. To produce a smooth blend, It requires lots of manual interference for shaking and food dislodging. Cleaning and assembling can be bothersome in some cases, too.

The NutriBullet Pro perfectly fits our definition of a blender with good usability. Its straightforward working mechanism is a breeze to learn and use. It is also among the simplest to clean and assemble. So far, we don’t have any complaints about this little workhorse.


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

In our months of testing, this blender has often underperformed relative to our prediction. It struggled a lot to deliver its promises on efficiency, but there wasn’t even a successful effort in the end. None of the testing results it brought to the table was smooth enough. Some of them even came out very chunky, such as the protein shakes. If you were fortunate enough to own a decent personal blender, you may find the OBERLY less likely an alternative you want. Certainly, this blender is not like what is marketed on paper.

The NutriBullet Pro sports a 900-watt motor. It is more powerful than most personal blenders, passing all of our tests with outstanding results. Given its impressive testing performance, we’re confident that hardly anything will offer this blender a challenge. It will be your quick and convenient way to transform any whole foods into nutrient-dense treats.

Overall Scores

Overall Scoring

Pros & Cons

  • Cordless design provides excellent mobility. 
  • Quite convenient for small batches of baby food and fresh fruit smoothies.
  • It’s very easy to charge the battery.
  • It is very easy to assemble and use. 
  • Stainless steel extractor blades are tough enough to power through even solid ingredients like ice cubes.
  • BPA-free plastic cups are durable and dishwasher safe. 
  • Hands-free operation offers superior convenience 
  • Motor base is very stable.
  • The 175-watt motor is too weak to ensure quick, smooth blends.
  • In exchange to its cheap price is a relatively flimsy construction. 
  • For a thorough blending process, it requires cutting the food into tiny particles. 
  • Some may find it annoying to shake the blender while it is blending.
  • It's difficult to clean the blades’ undersides.


The OBERLY’s mobility is its main selling point. Hơever, the limitation in its motor strength and blade precision can make certain recipes challenging. While it breezes through softer fruits and light beverages, it grapples with the likes of almonds, dried berries, and frozen fruits.

In contrast, the NutriBullet Pro 900W anchors itself with raw power. Plugged into a power source, it boasts a muscular motor that can process even the most tenacious ingredients with ease. From turning ice into fine, snowy consistency to effortlessly blending dense foods, it consistently produces top-tier blending performance. 

Overall, If you value blending on-the-go with simpler ingredients, OBERLY might be your match. But for those in pursuit of unmatched blending excellence and versatility, the NutriBullet Pro 900W shines brighter.

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 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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