Nuwave Twister at first glance seems to be identical to the Magic Bullet. Since when did Nuwave make the move from convection ovens to food processors? It's yet another in a long line of space saving blenders for the home. Since there's no point in having it save space but not blend, mix and grate properly, Linda Schneider thought she'd give it a whirl.
The big draw with these all-in-one blenders and food processors, is that you can make small quantities of desserts, baby food dips and soups without dirtying too many dishes and making a mess of the kitchen.
The instructions for the NuWave Twister mention that you simply blend until smooth. Well it didn't really work out that way. Linda found chunks of ice in her smoothie. Not just small ones but huge ice cubes that she had to pick out of her smoothie, which, whether you're serving to guests or yourself that aren't going to go down well at all - literally. The second test was a mango salsa in which she attempted to chop the mangoes. Still no luck since the mangoes came out in large chunks. The food ended up just being pushed around in the container and stuck there. So much for the time saving, easy to clean up kitchen gadget.
NuWave Twister doesn't work as advertised. If you call it a chopper and a blender it should do a much better job. The motor is not powerful enough to do either blending or chopping. I think this company should stick to making NuWave Ovens instead. The Magic Bullet on the other hand is not perfect, it's more expensive but better than the Nuwave Twister. You can read the review at the link above.