The "As Seen on TV" type of advertisement may be a little off putting. And the promo video boasts that it purees "organic baby food"...well that is true only if you are using organic produce. It's storage containers are BPA free, and it retails for about $59 on most sites.
Online reviews seemed to be relatively positive with the main complaints being that there is no fill max line printed on the storage cups. Others mentioned that if the base of the blender is not screwed on tightly it leaks making the "push down mechanism" sticky. Pros appeared that it was easy to use and clean and came with 2 blades that made pulverizing grains easy.
Here is what Suzy B. from Scottsdale, AZ had to say about her experience with the Baby Bullet.
Q: Which factors were most important to you when choosing this product?
A: How easy it would be to use and clean, and how well it would work overall.
Q: What features of this product work well for making baby food?
A: The Baby Bullet purees food very quickly and the amounts made seem to be perfect, not too much and not too little. The storage system, which comes with the product, is very easy to use and has a dial system that enables the user to indicate on the jar when the food was made.
Q: What would you change about this product or what improvements could be made to this product?
A: I would like to see ounce measurement lines on the storage jars because I don't always know how much food I am feeding my baby.
Q: Does this product have any special attachments?
A: The product comes with small batch jars and a large batch jar as well as a milling blade for cereals and a regular blade for purees. In addition, it comes with a complete storage system and nutrition information and recipes for the various stages.
Q: Is this item dishwasher safe?
Thanks for your input Suzy!
This product can be purchased online at Babybullet.com, Amazon.com, and HSN.com. It can also be purchased in stores at Bed Bath & Beyond. You can use the Bed Bath & Beyond 25% off coupon.