Kimberly Dumont, supervisor, Dartmouth Reference Lab

The Bullet Blender has made our clinical lab much more efficient; we get consistent results in less time. We cannot imagine going back to hand vortexing for our whole blood extractions.

Wes Edmonds, University of Alabama Birmingham

We use the (Bullet Blender) to homogenize C. elegans tissue, and it has proven to have the ability to homogenize the tissue much better than anything we have used in the past. As a result, the reproducibility of our experiments has increased drastically. We really couldn’t be happier with the functionality. Also, thanks to the […]

Chantry Clark, ARUP Laboratories

We have been getting a lot of use out of our Bullet Blenders, and we still love them! They do a great job homogenizing for us, and save our techs from repetitive motion injuries, and help with time management. We love them!

Josh Sutherland, Simplot

Our throughput doubled because I was able to get twice as many samples prepared with the Bullet Blender than a spice grinder.

Stacy Hubbard, Pharmacology Researcher

I’ve used the Bullet blender several times. It’s a good and consistent product. It’s been really helpful to me in my western blot lysates preparations. I took lungs from 10 normal mice. Using info from the well-detailed website, I figured out how much lysis buffer and beads to add. My first experiment was fantastic, I […]

Dr. Traci Testerman, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Shreveport

… we are very happy with the Bullet Blender. I have already recommended it to a friend who does similar work. We are isolating live Helicobacter pylori from rodent stomachs. H. pylori is a fragile, fastidious organism, so if we can efficiently recover live bacteria then I’m sure it will work for many other bacteria […]

Dr. Joseph Geisberg, Harvard Medical School

What I’ve found is that the instrument works very well, is faster than the Bead Beater, accommodates more samples and is considerably quieter… [I] get consistently uniform cell breakage.