Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Compare what is it? Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – The Veggie Bullet is a 3-in-1 food preparation system designed to automatically slice, shred, and spiralize foods with just a push of a button. The Veggie Bullet lets you quickly prepare for a wide range of culinary applications. It also takes the work load off food preparation, eliminating the additional effort that often comes between you and a healthy, homemade meal.

Kitchenaid SpiralizerKitchenaid Spiralizer lets you reinvent classic meals and inspire your culinary creativity with the versatile Kitchenaid Spiralizer with Peel, Core and Slice Stand Mixer Attachment. Spiralizer with Peel, Core and Slice lets you make fresh fruit and vegetable recipe options, from zucchini noodles to sweet and savory dishes.


Compare what does it do? Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet is designed with settings for shredding, slicing, and spiralizing allowing you to prep large quantities of vegetables, fruits, cooked meats, and more in just seconds. With the Veggie Bullet you can prepare and serve an array of healthy foods in fun, exciting ways.

Kitchenaid Spiralizer lets you reinvent classic meals and stir your culinary creativity with fresh fruits and vegetables. The versatile Kitchenaid Spiralizer Plus with Peel, Core and Slice Stand Mixer Attachment comes with 4 Spiralizing/Slicing Blades and a Peeling Blade, perfect for fresh fruit and vegetable recipes. From zucchini noodles to sweet and savory dishes you have endless options.


Compare Features: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet
• Patented Cyclonic Spiralizer
• Spaghetti Spiralizer Blade
• Shredder/Slice Accelerator & Blade
• Cookbook with 70+ recipes
• Stainless steel blades
• Easy assembly
• Dishwasher-safe attachments & accessories
• FREE one-year warranty


Kitchenaid Spiralizer
Versatile Blade System – Features 4 quick-change blades and an optional peeling blade to prepare healthy meals of classic recipes and tap your culinary potential.

Spiralizing Blades
– Medium and Fine

Slicing Blades – Slicing (Large Core) and Slicing (Small Core)

Peeling Blade – attaches to power hub of your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to run the attachment. Blades fit all household KitchenAid Stand Mixers.

Premium Metal Construction – Provides durable long lasting performance, and when attached to the stand mixer, provides stability and ease of use.

Convenient StorageKitchenaid Spiralizer is packed and organized inside its own storage case. It is designed for easy access and simple storage.

Dishwasher Safe – All Blades are dishwasher safe on the top rack. The body can be wiped clean with a warm damp cloth.
Model KSM1APC includes fine spiralizing blade, medium spiralizing blade, spiral slicing blade with 12 mm corer, spiral slicing blade with 23 mm corer, peeling blade, and fruit and vegetable skewer.

Compatibility: Fits all KitchenAid stand mixer models


Compare Wattage: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – 350 watts

Kitchenaid Spiralizer – 250W


Compare Motor Speed (RPM): Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – Operate for one minute at a time, and then it will shut off to avoid overheating the motor. If that happens, you should wait 30 seconds to turn it back on.
Kitchenaid Spiralizer – No information available.


Compare Blades: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – The Slicing and Shredding system operates like a traditional food processor, cutting your food either in thin consistent slices or finely shredded strips, and pushing it out of a chute. This assembly operates with a double sided blade – one side is used for shredding, and the other for slicing.
Spiralizer Blade Bundle – With this special value pack you get all 3 Spiralizer Blades for a special reduced price. You will receive the Angel Hair Blade, Curly Fry Blade, and the Ribbon Blade, so the possibilities are endless!
Angel Hair Blade – The Angel Hair Blade makes amazing, delicate strands of the toughest of vegetables, providing faster cooking and a lighter touch to delicious recipes.
Curly Fry Blade – The Curly Fry Blade makes thicker noodles, perfect for Udon Soups, Fruit Tarts–and Curly Fries your family will love.
Ribbon Blade – The Ribbon Blade turns vegetables into light, billowing ribbons for the most amazing home-cooked recipes!


Kitchenaid Spiralizer
Medium & Fine Spiral, Small & Large Core Slice & Peel Blades Included
4 Quick Change Blades and Peeling Blade to prepare healthy versions of classic recipes
Spiralizer Thin Blade Set – Take your Spiralizer (model KSM1APC) a step further with the Thin Blade Accessory Kit. Two thinner blades create angel hair noodles and thin slices give even more creativity when preparing fresh fruits and vegetables.


Compare Bowl Capacity: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – The Veggie Bullet Custom Fit Bowl is perfectly shaped to cradle right up against your Veggie Bullet saving you both time and effort! The bowl is made with built-to-last plastic and a handy lid allowing you to make and store plenty of spirals, shreds and slices in seconds.
Kitchenaid Spiralizer – No bowl


Compare Speed Settings: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – Simple push button control with a single setting speed
Kitchenaid Spiralizer – No information available.


Compare Material: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – ABS plastic and stainless steel construction
Kitchenaid Spiralizer – Premium Metal Construction for durable long lasting performance.


Compare Cleaning: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – Cleaning the unit (besides the base) is simple and easy. You can use warm soapy water, or place everything in the top rack of the dishwasher. There is a special brush included to help you scrub some of the smaller areas of Veggie Bullet. The Power Base should simply be wiped with a damp cloth.

Kitchenaid Spiralizer – Wash the blades in the top rack of a dishwasher. Wipe body clean with a warm damp cloth.


Compare Price: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – $149.00

Kitchenaid Spiralizer – $129.99


Compare Warranty: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet – 1 year warranty
Kitchenaid Spiralizer – 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty


Compare Reviews: Veggie Bullet vs Kitchenaid Spiralizer

Veggie Bullet REVIEWS

Miriam Estrada says in her review of the Veggie Bullet– “Used it twice and the bottoms cracked”.
Beth May who purchased the Veggie Bullet is disappointed with it and says-“The vegetables get stuck in the shoot and the few that do come out fly all over the counter. There is no control for speed either. It is either on or off”.

Yolanda Craig states in her Veggie Bullet review that the Veggie Bullet is 100% unusable! She says that it is very dangerous and that there are so many flaws to the design.

Another user Roxanne Manning who purchased the Veggie Bullet says in her review-“The “red light” coming on is supposed to indicate everything is locked into place and you can push start; however the lid almost flew off and the machine started shaking! The shredding portion is useless- the 1 inch gap between the blade and the lid causes all the food to get trapped in between and just stay there- don’t waste your money”.

In her review of the Veggie Bullet Grace Mack states-“It can’t be used in Europe or atleast in France. Not the same plug. I used a plug adaptor and it was a very bad idea. Not the same power. It must have burnt the engine. It doesn’t work properly, there is a clear thing around the changeable blade that I have not figured out how to remove to clean it without slicing my hand off. Brush cannot fit under that thing. Bacteria will build up and my family might get sick from me using this dirty machine to prepare their food”.

Kate Armstrong mentions in her review of the Veggie Bullet that there is no way to adjust the thickness of the slices. She says she tried adjusting how to push down on the plunger, hoping that if she pushed slower she might get a thinner slice but that didn’t work because the blades spin so quickly that it sucks the veggies right down the chute. She adds that’s the force that causes the food to get trapped under that clear thing.

Sheila Lloyd says in her Veggie Bullet that it works well – just a bit of a mess to clean up. She adds that there are a lot of parts to put together and it takes up a lot of space.

Another user Candace Howard who tried the Veggie Bullet says-“Box shows you get 12 items and we got 11. No recipe book as shown on the box. There is no user manual unless it is part of the missing recipe box”.
Jacqueline Tate, in her Veggie Bullet review says-“There is a hard back cookbook, a paperback (same), and some quick instructions. There are a lot of pieces, so it will need quite a bit of storage space”.


Kitchenaid Spiralizer REVIEWS

Gloria Holloway, a Kitchenaid Spiralizer user says in her review of it-“The blade does not stay secure. The spiral attachment jams and does not push through the core”.

Della Munoz is not very happy with the Kitchenaid Spiralizer and says in her review-“Not pleased with this attachment and disappointed with the peeler. It does not work at all on smaller potatoes. The design should accommodate smaller ones.

Poor design of the fruit attachment. The fruit attachment is made of plastic and the prongs are too short so when you turn it on it gouges out the center of the fruit rather than turning it for the peeler and slicer”.

Melissa Curtis mentions in her Kitchenaid Spiralizer review-“The first apple processed quickly and perfectly but the blade to peel the apple broke when I tried to do the second apple. The blade is now loose and does not click into its housing to hold it secured. I expected much better quality”.

In her Kitchenaid Spiralizer review Jane Walker says-“It’s not made of spring quality stainless. The peeling attachment didn’t stay on. It fell off when it touched the apple. It also took half of the apple with it when I held it together”.

Another person Mercedes Burns who purchased the Kitchenaid Spiralizer says in her review of it-“Most of the parts are very weak and break after the first use. The parts are lightweight and bend and the peeler doesn’t work well. Veggies turn into mess and it is just not Kitchen Aid High standard that they always produce.
Arlene Valdez says in her review of the Kitchenaid Spiralizer-“ It is really hard to get slices if the veggie is not straight. Also I tired during the zucchini noodles with it and ended up smashing the zucchini”.

Cassandra Bowers states in her Kitchenaid Spiralizer review-“Terrible directions on how to use it.
Spiralizer works much better and is cheaper. I have the most trouble with potatoes – the cut is inconsistent”.

In her review of the Kitchenaid Spiralizer, Claire Coleman says-“The attachments bend when using harder veggies. I’ve been using a plastic spiralizer and decided to try this when the zucchini started coming in. The first time I tried to use it, the steel rod separated from the plastic. There is no way to reattach it”.

Pearl Bishop purchased the Kitchenaid Spiralizer and says she had to watch the “how to” video 7 times because it went so fast. She says it should have a better explanation and close up video of proper installation says that the video should be slowed down. She further adds that there is no explanation of how to disassemble to clean and she annot remove the peeler without breaking it.

Lydia Stewart complains in her Kitchenaid Spiralizer review that that the blades aren’t sharp at all – the vegetables turn to mush and it was not able to peel or slice the apples. She says it is completely useless and a waste of money.

Terri Cooper claims in her review of the Kitchenaid Spiralizer that there is no cookbook and limited instructions. This leaves you having to purchase spiralizing cookbooks online and trying to decipher which of the KitchenAid tips corresponds to the one in the instructions she adds.

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