Nutribullet Milling Blade Flat Blade Repacement Parts

March 6, 2015 - Comment

The Flat Blade is ideal for milling grains, grinding fresh herbs and chopping nuts. The blade is made of stainless steel and never needs sharpening. Product Features Nutribullet is unlike everyday juicers and blenders, it completely breaks down ingredients into their most nutritious, most absorptive state. The Milling Flat Blade is ideal for milling grains,

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The Flat Blade is ideal for milling grains, grinding fresh herbs and chopping nuts. The blade is made of stainless steel and never needs sharpening.

Product Features

  • Nutribullet is unlike everyday juicers and blenders, it completely breaks down ingredients into their most nutritious, most absorptive state.
  • The Milling Flat Blade is ideal for milling grains, grinding fresh herbs and chopping nuts.
  • The blade is made of stainless steel and never needs sharpening!
  • BRAND NEW AND SHIPS IN 24 HOURS!!

Comments

Joanna Daneman says:

Replacement for failed milling blade in the Nutribullet This is an inexpensive replacement for the milling blade (which also doesn’t come with some Nutribullet sets anymore) It’s the single blade, the one you use for grinding coffee and spices. I use it to grind my whole bean coffee and it works really well. However, over time the original blade that came with my unit failed. The bushing that holds the axle of the blade failed and coffee sifted down into the motor portion of the Nutribullet. I bought this…

Jotaluke says:

Works GREAT! 0

leslie gilbert says:

A GREAT buy! I’ve been using the NutriBullet everyday for over two years. I use the machine with the milling blade for use in making a smoothy of frozen vegetables and frozen strawberries. The old cutting blade that came with the machine broke within a year of daily use, so I turned to the milling blade, and found it did an excellent job of grinding everything…. But— it also started to leak and wobble, and finally after about 20 months of constant, daily use, was no longer any good. The new milling…

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