Professional performance power is 1200 watt/2hp. It's powerFUL CRUSHING. The Pro Extractor Blades Assembly powers through frozen ingredients with ease. Food processing includes a bowl, chopping and dough blade assembly. There are three quotient functions. 1200 watt of performance power is used to create a drink-making experience that is unique to you. Take the guess out of drink making with intelligent programs that combine timed pulsing, pausing, and pausing patterns that do the work for you. On-the-go discussions. Attach the spout lid to the 18-oz. cup to take your creations on the go. BLADES FOR ANY TYPE OF ACTIVITY: The pitcher, Dough Blade and Chopping Blade, and Pro Extractor Blades Assembly for single-serve cups are all part of the Stacked Blade Assembly. The dreadful ladle assembly. For pizzas, breads, and more, mix and knead wholesome ingredients.
👤I wanted to see how this unit measured up, I have a vitamix and a nutribullet. I like the fact that you have a small serving cup in this unit, something my vitamix can't do. I don't like that my vitamix doesn't have the blades on. The way the lid snaps makes it much easier to use. There is a The motor is quieter than my nutribullet. There is a I get the consistency of the nutribullet in the smoothie, but it's not close to the juice like consistency I get with the vitamix. I thought pulse/chop did a better job than the vitamix and probably because of the two levels of blades. The IQ function can help if you over chop, but you have to be very careful. There is a Pie dough: This unit did a better job because of the layers of blades. It's much easier to get your food out of the blender with this unit over the vitamix. It's much easier to clean up because you have smaller vessels to blend in, and my vitamix is too tall for my dishwasher to clean properly. There is a If you are looking for a juice like quality blend, this unit will be disappointing. I think it will do a better job than my nutribullet because it has a single serve cup included. It did a good job for smoothie consistency. If you know the limitations of the unit, the price was a good value.
👤This setup is perfect for me. The machine has 2 large bladed pour containers. The big pitcher uses 3 levels of blades to quickly reduce ice cubes and frozen fruit. It has a 64 ounce "max fill" and will make a lot of frozen drinks. The pitcher is 40 ounces and can process food. The controls are easy to use and turn the blender on and off to get the best results. There's also a "pulse" button. The 18 ounce smoothie cup has a bladed base and a cover to put on in place of the open spout. This is shown in the last 3 pictures. It didn't take long for me to finish it. I used fresh halved strawberries and 1/3 frozen blueberries. Cleanup was easy with just a good rinse. The dishwasher safe parts are in this system. The parts are free of the harmful substance. The pitchers are very thick and can be used to lock into the base. The safety measures are well marked because the blades are razor sharp, so don't remove a lid and pour out the contents without carefully removing the stacked blades first. Don't neglect safety, try to catch a falling object, these blades will do you some serious damage, don't neglect safety please! I have experience with this. They don't attach the base inside the 2 bigger pitchers, but on the smaller 18oz. pitcher. There is a This comes with a recipe book and good instructions. The rubber feet that stick by vacuum, the sides at the bottom have built in hand spots that will break the vacuum of the base when I lift it up. A smooth lift, no popping the feet off the counter top. Superb design! I highly recommend this Ninja Store AMZ493BRN Compact Kitchen System with Auto-iQ. It is an excellent product that comes at a very good price. I hope you find the information helpful.
400 watt power Pod, 48 ounce Pitcher, stacked blade assembly, pitcher splash guard, 16 ounce Chopper bowl, chopping blade assembly, chopper splash guard are included. The 450 watt power Pod is interchangeable. The pitcher is 48 ounces. A bowl for food preparation. 16 ounces. chopper bowl for chopping. All jars are dishwasher safe and have convenient storage lids. The Power Pod has 450 watt power. The pitcher is 16 ounces. A bowl and a container. The bowl has a Splash Guard.
👤I ordered this as an "open box" deal. If the blades are not secured at the top and bottom, it will chip the container. All the way to Amazon! Poor shipping and handling caused the chipping to the inside. There is a It's not versatile because it only does the same thing every time, and you can't change it. There are three different sizes of cannisters, but only one setting. There is a It is powerful. If you want to make a margarita, chop nuts, assault cauliflower, or another one, you have to make it before it's too late.
👤I loved this so much that I realized the plastic part in the center of the lid that fits around the stem wore off, meaning the plastic was grinded off by the machine. There is a This is not safe. When they were more expensive, I bought 2 sets. A waste of money. There is a I was going to buy a Ninja bender from the local store, but the one I bought did not have the stem that turned in the center by the power from the top, and a piece of broken plastic fell from it. I returned it. There is a I will never buy a Ninja Food Processor again. Cheap plastic. I have a small food processor that works the same way, with the stem in the center turning while in use, and the power is at the top of the lid, and never had any issues with plastic wearing off. There is a cover underneath the turning part to protect it from falling into the food.
👤I am very sorry that I bought this appliance. I missed the chance to return it. I was misled by the box that said hassle free returns. Why don't I use this? I didn't understand that it didn't have a button to stop or start. You have to put pressure on the lid. It would be distressing to use it for people with compromised arms, like me. I am giving away mine. They might make the operating instructions clearer so people know what they are ordering.
👤When I decided I wanted to make my baby's food myself, I did a lot of research on the best blenders. I was going to buy a Beaba Babycook Pro 2x. There were a lot of bad reviews. I wanted to spend more on a Vitamix for making baby food. That's when I found Ninja. The low price point made me a little skeptical. The Master Prep Professional was given a try. Just wow. There is a The blender is amazing. I've been using this unit for over 3 months. It may not seem like a long time. It is when you use it daily. This bad boy can handle any challenge. There are a lot of vegetables, like carrots, sweet potatoes, bananas, cheese, and tofu. I could go on and on. It can make a puree of everything. It can be raw or cooked. The machine works well for hot food. I remove my food from the steamer and begin to blend in the Ninja. There is a I would add a formula to help the puree blend to a thinner consistency. I blend food without adding liquid. You will get the same results if you blend this way. The only thing I found was to remove the blade and use a spatula to blend the food, then push the blade back in to finish it. I love what I do. All three containers have the same amount of food. The food is moved around the container by the blades. If I'm mixing a lot of food, I'll stir it by hand. The setup comes with 3 different containers. There are one small-2 cup container, one medium-5 cup container and one large 6 cup container. Each container has its own blade. The containers have 2 tiers of blades. The large container has a blade. I usually use the largest container. I make food in large batches. There is a The smallest container is perfect for whipping up a single serving. I can blend just one fruit. The blades won't just push the fruit to the side. Adding liquid to the pitcher with the pouring spout on the medium and large container is very easy. There is no need to remove the lid. I just lift the flap and pour the liquid into the pitcher. This. Ninja is very easy to use. There is only one button that you can use. I put the blade into the pitcher, snap the lid on, attach the motor on top of the pitcher, and press the button. There is a Other reviewers have stated that you don't have to blend your food. I have never had an issue with the button being held down for long periods of time. The rubber on the bottom of the container is non-skid. Two of the containers have spouts. And handles. It's nice to have baby food in my freezer trays. There is a It's easy to clean. The blades are not stuck to the ground. It's much easier to clean than a traditional blender. You have to care for the blades. The bad boys are very sharp. If you're not careful, they will tear up your fingers and dish brush. When mixing, there is no leaks. I have the pitcher to the top. Which leads me to the next thing I love. The food will blend as nicely as it would be half full if you packed these pitchers full of food. The price is amazing. I don't like what I don't like. The berry puree will not be a smooth consistency. It won't crush the seeds. The texture will be grainy no matter how much you blend or how much liquid you add. This issue will be found in almost every blender outside of a Blendtec or Vitamix. There are only two containers with storage lids. I would like each container to have its own lid. There is a The non-skid rubber on the bottom does not stop the blender from moving. It will be on my counter when I blend. The pitchers are made of plastic. I would love to have a glass option. There is a There are many nooks and crannies in the mixing lids. The Ninja Master Prep Professional is the best for the price. It's good for making baby food. I would highly recommend.
The cups and blades are dishwasher safe. There are 10 auto iQ programs that include flour/mill, frozen drink, extract, smoothie, soup, ice cream, puree, dips/salsa, dressing, nut butter. Variable speed control allows for total control and customization. The pitcher capacity is 72 ounces. 2.5 feet is the length of the cord. The 24 ounce double walled to go tumbler has a spout lid.
👤Here is my review of the Ninja Chef blender. The bottom line is first. It is amazing! Purchase decisions are made based on perception of choices. I will address a common theme found in reviews of this product. A lot of reviews say that the Vitamix line of blenders is better than this one. I'm not arguing that. I can't because of one. I don't have a Vitamix to compare it to, and there are some pretty well done comparisons online that show the Vitamix to be the superior machine. If they were the same price point, I would return my Ninja and order a Vitamix. The cheapest Vitamix is $450 and has the same features. The model with the same features weighs in at an alarming $650. That's more than the cost. A $100,000 Mercedes is a better car than a $25,000 Honda, but it costs 4 times as much. There is a reason people don't book flights with Mr. Musk's company, a trip aboard the space shuttle would make for a better vacation than a weekend at the lake. There is a What world do these reviewers live in? I would love to live there. If money is unimportant to you, buy the $650 dollar model. The most expensive model you can buy is the industrial model. I would do that if I could. I am not aware of a line of blenders that have the same features as the Chef at the same price point. Anyway, back to the chef. There are some good things to say about this appliance. There are some bad things to say. I will address them all. It's automatic. You have to tell it what you are doing. And it does it. The timer tells you how long it will take to do it, and it cycles on and off until it's done. The results are very good. All of the guess work is out of the way with a range of automatic blend types. You can do it manually as well. The auto clean function works well, and it is easy to clean. For the bad. It is made of plastic. The gear the pitcher connects to is plastic. The gear is on the pitcher. The pitcher is made of plastic. I was surprised by this one. The cheap Oster blender that this replaced had a glass pitcher. It's obvious that glass is better than plastic, but it's not obvious to Ninja. I would have preferred to have a glass pitcher. It's loud, as to the question of noise. It is 1500 watt, so perhaps it is only fair for Ninja to state that it is loud. It doesn't come quietly. Maybe it does on a machine. It would only be possible with sound-deadening material inside the blender if they are quiet, as electric motor noise can be loud. It doesn't require ear protection, but it lets you know that it is there. I didn't rate noise level in the part of the review process that lets you give stars to different aspects of the product, because it didn't seem fair to dock points for being as loud as it is powerful. Well, that's all. The Ninja Chef has a rating of 5 stars. My review is based on my initial impression, having just received the blender a few days ago, and I will update my review if my experiences with the blender differ from my initial impression. Thank you for reading.
The motor base has a 1400 watt peak watt. The total crushing pitcher, scuplture assembly, lid, recipe inspiration guide, instruction booklet and quick start guide are included. You can easily make smoothie, ice cream, nut butters, nut milk, oat milk, soy milk and rice milk. You can set the cooking temperature for soups, sauces, dips and even baby food. Food can be kept warm for up to 2 hours after a hot blend. You can make frozen treats, shakes, puddings, Frappuccino's, cake and brownie batter, pie dough and more. Tasty Smoothies: Zip through ingredients with this powerhouse 25,000rpm 10-speed countertop blender. The Smart Program can clean the pitcher and blades in 60 seconds. The included cleaning brush can be used to clean any leftover mess. The Crushed Ice program will allow you to make great cocktails at home. The Instant Pot has a hot heating element that makes cooking Tasty Hot Soups even more thorough.
👤The Instant Pot is problematic and can lead to hazardous conditions in the kitchen, so I write this to warn others. There is a Pros: Looks good, smart electronic controls, incredibly well-planned safety features, fast heating, and the promise of another fine Instant Pot product. There is a Constantly boil over whether you use smaller portions or the ones in the joke of a book by America's Test Kitchen. Cold beverages will spin out of the top. When that happens, the double gasketed lid squeegees out your liquid, which causes it to run over the top when you open it. The rubber seal at the bottom of the glass container makes it easy for anything that comes over the top to get sucked into. You can't get to the crevices in time to prevent the liquid from doing so, and there is no way to clean them. I wonder if the designers of Instant Ace have ever heard of Capillary Action. The soy milk, rice milk, and soup that got sucked into these spaces, along with the mold that developed because of this poor design, can be seen in my photos. In the third photo, the blade is pointing at gunk and a black spot between the glass and seal. The glass container does not correspond to any measuring cups I own, so I threw out any recipes I had. This doesn't clean in the cleaning cycle. Even after two or more cycles, it will always leave a mark. You have to use the provided brush to comb the gunk and then use a scrub sponge to clean it. Be careful with the blades. There is a Don't buy this! Wait until the designers address the design flaws that are in the drawing board. Buy it if you are okay with mold. You have been warned. There is a The problems with the Instant Pot Ace Blender have caused it to produce mold in crevices and seals, which has caused me to return the blender. I hope my review saves people from wasting money on a product that doesn't work.
👤I bought this blender for myself as a Black Friday treat after my cheap Ninja Master Prep died. I thought this would be a great investment because I love my Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. It was not. There is a The bottom of the pitcher can't be wet so you have to rinse it out. There is a The pitcher's bottom started leaking into the stand after 5 months of owning it. There are very explicit instructions to not get the base wet because of the electrical system, which is a safety concern. I have made a mistake with this blender. I only used it to make smoothie and never used the heating element. I have made sure that the electrical elements are dry after washing. I was disappointed in this purchase. I was excited to have a professional grade blender. It is technically under warranty, but the cost of shipping it back would be crazy, especially since I may end up with another broken blender in 5 more months.
The programs that do the work for you are timed and intelligent. The total crushing blender can crush ice to snow in seconds. The Nutri Ninja Pro has blades that break down fruits, vegetables, ice and seeds. Small, regular, and jumbo multi serve nutri ninja cups with sip and seal for super juices on the go. Professional performance power is 1200 watt/2hp.
👤This is a good blender. I haven't found anything that it won't handle. I think I could use it as a wood chipper. The vertical blade shaft is better at sucking things into it than any other blender I've had. There is a But. There is a The handle has small openings where water can get in and mold can grow. It's even worse if you wash the jar in the dishwasher because there's a fine amount of ground-up food in the handle. To clean it, you have to take the feet and handle apart with a screwdriver and pry tool. There are videos on YT that show you how to do this. It's easier to take it apart than it is to put it back together. There is a It's very disappointing, because it's obvious that they have to have known about. The previous model had the same issue, but you could detach the handle to clean it out. They've made the problem worse. There is a There is a flood of people reporting this issue on the manufacturers page. They initially responded to each person asking them to get in touch via email, but they don't do that anymore. I love the power of it, but having to clean it with a screwdriver is a deal-breaker for me.
👤The blender was leaking. The warranty had 6 months left and I was relieved. Guess what. The warranty didn't cover the blender. They agreed it was bought to cover my blender, but it wasn't covered by the insurance I bought from Amazon. I bought insurance and didn't get anything. After a year of use, I ended up with a useless blender. The extended warranty recommended by Amazon feels like a scam to me. I'm not going to buy it again. I think I'll steer clear of expensive mechanical items on Amazon because there's no warranty.
👤I have found the use of the blender to be very good. There is a I was not happy with the feet on my countertop. The manufacturer said there were no options. I know that other models of this brand do not have these feet. I was able to pull the cups out, but they left 4 unattractive holes on the bottom and the blender would have to move without feet. The round non-slip pads that I purchased were like rubber and worked great. I solved my problem. I would like to see the Shake cup's lid. We could buy them separately. There is a This is an update. The cups were supposed to be in my box, but they weren't. I am trying to get in touch with the manufacturer to see if they will send them to me. Amazon wants to replace me. There is a The manufacturer is giving me the 3 lids for free.
👤I bought this product on 9/26. I only used it for a few months. I didn't use it for two months and today I plug it in and it's dead. It worked well when it worked. I loved it. I had to pay $20 to return the dead machine because of the warranty cover. I bought the Square Trade warranty to make sure I was covered, but it's useless. I'm paying for a year of warranty and it doesn't do anything other than take my money and start the clock for a year without having to cover anything. I don't have to pay for the shipping on something that was poorly built because I believe it should have been built correctly. I should have stuck with my $30 blender because it lasted for over five years. If the product breaks down, hopefully it will still be covered by Amazon.
The package list includes the Moongiantgo cooking ladle, cleaning brush, and Sieve. The measuring cup and steamer parts are manual. The recipe is X1. Any quality problems can be replaced for free. The power Pod has 700 watt power. 36 Inches is the length of the cord. Whole fruits and veggies have hidden nutrition. Ice and frozen fruit can be used to make a smoothie. 2 16-oz. The 30-recipe inspiration guide includes the Nutri Ninja cups. The QB3001SS is a model with aVoltage 120 and Frequency 60 hertz. The Power Pod has a 700-Watt power. The 50-recipe inspiration guide includes the Nutri Ninja cups.
👤Plastic cups seem thicker and more durable than my last ones. I questioned the shape of the cups until I started Blending. The bottom and sides of it have been shaped to create a large swallower. The blades are scary. dishwasher safe cups/lids/blades As long as they last, there's not much of a problem. After 4 years, I was down to 1 cup. There is a I have to use a different shelf in the fridge at work because the cups are tall. The air hole is too small to allow a smoothie to pour out fast enough and the lid is too big to allow me to drink from it. The smoothie can't get back into the cup because of the bad air, which causes it to spill around the lid. Maybe it's not a big deal, but I don't like it. There is an update. The flow seems to be better if you don't cover your mouth with your teeth. Maybe my smoothie was a bit less thick today, but it doesn't seem to be as bad as before, so I figured out how to drink out of it. There is a There is a second update. thickness matters A thick smoothie requires you to take off the lid.
👤The design flaw that ninja has to address is the huge flaw in the design of bane. It only comes with one rubber gasket. I tried to order a new one after ours got damaged, but I was told they didn't sell replacement gaskets for this blender. You have to buy a new blade assembly for $35.
👤I received this today and was excited to try it out. I gave this baby a test run after I stocked up on smoothie supplies. I can already tell you that this is going to be one of my top ten purchases, and it did not fail to impress. There is a It is dummy proof. It's seriously. There are easy pictures on the inside of the box. This is not large enough to cause you to scratch your head. I have it next to my cart. It is reasonable. I am not a big breakfast person so I am looking forward to using this bad boy for my morning smoothie.
👤I was very disappointed and wary of this product. Black dust comes out of the machine when I blend smoothie or juice.
👤It is small and powerful. It can grind up frozen fruit. It is less messy than breaking out the bigger blenders. There is a The cups are hard to clean. The cups are small and hard to get to. To clean it out, you have to have small hands or use a large bottle brush. It can take a lot to get the top ingredients mixed in. You might have to stop it, take it apart, and stir to make sure everything meshes. I will deal with the drawbacks rather than return it because eventually it will do the job I need it to do. I expected it to be easy, but it wasn't.
The Power Pod has 450 watt power. The pitcher is 16 ounces. A bowl and a container. The bowl has a Splash Guard. Ninja's most powerful system is the one that makes smoothie bowls and dough all in one base. Powerful 1400-peak- watt power-dense motor that powers through heavy loads without stalling or needing to stir or shake. preset Auto-iQ programs for one-touch smoothies, extracts, bowls, spreads, chopping, and dough are included. Take the guess out of drink making with intelligent programs that combine timed pulsing, pausing, and pausing patterns that do the work for you. Variable speed control. Start slow and ramp up as needed. The 72-oz. blade is powerful. The pitcher does everything from crush to chop, to make smoothie bowls and dough, all in one pitcher. 64-oz. max liquid capacity The cup has a better breakdown for smoother extractions, smoothies, and frozen drinks. A drink made from fruits and vegetables has vitamins and minerals.
👤I'm a lazy man. I decided to make my own milkshake maker after I saw his on Amazon. I'm now 10 lbs heavier.
👤The words "but there is more" are used in late-night television advertisements. There is more in this case. Every kitchen needs a Ninja Foodi Power Pitcher System, it's a 1400 watt device and it's a unique blender/food processor/smoothie maker/dough maker. I distinctly remember seeing Ninja on late-night TV with their commercials. The product is more than just a late-night product, it's a quality brand that stands for quality. There is a How does this device hold up to the competition? My old food processor and blender was from a brand that was synonymous with the classic American kitchen appliance. I use my daily use smoothie maker every morning to make my shakes. There is a The Ninja Power Pitcher System is both versatile and powerful. The increased power and technology in the blades make a difference. A perfect blend can be made with even automated computer-controlled options. There is a The Power Pitcher System comes with a 1400 watt motor base which allows one to use a 72 ounce Power Pitcher blender with two different blades - one of them is a stacked blade, meant for chopping, Blending and crushing, and the other being a dough. The box has a power cup and bowl with paddles built-in. The smaller containers have their own blades that allow them to make a variety of food items. There is a The Ninja Foodi Power Pitcher system suggests the use of the Auto iQ mode for most of your food processing needs. There are 6 modes that are available, and depending on which base is connected, certain options are unavailable. The Auto IQ mode allows one to extract, spread, bowl, chop, and dough. There is a I put the carrots in the Power Pitcher with the Stacked Blades after peeling and slicing them. I hit start when I selected thechop mode. Within 5 seconds, my carrots were chopped. Since I was making a stir fry dish, I needed a bigger chop. I was able to chop the carrots into smaller pieces using the pulse button. My favorite was cabbage. I was not sure if it would be chop or not, but I was pleasantly surprised that the Auto IQ did a great job. There were a few leaves that didn't get much attention, but they were far better than the old kitchen equipment I have been using. I tried to make breakfast with the bowl and cup. The Ninja Foodi in Smoothie mode made a quick mixture out of the ingredients. The system will let the food slide down towards the blades before running full speed. I need to buy more of the power cup as it is not enough. The power bowl has a screw on it that helps push food towards the blades. It's good to use when making hummus. There is a The Power Pitcher has a blade. You can use it to bake. I wanted to make pizza and a layer of fillo dough for a chapati, but the recipe booklet didn't have any options. The pizza dough made with raw ingredients did a good job. I let it mix, and ball up, before pulling it out and letting it rest for 20 minutes before rolling it out. The dough had to be pushed towards the blades to allow the blades to act on it. The results were not what I was expecting and more rolling is required in the future. If you are looking to make bread, bagels, pizzas from scratch, the dough mode is a good option. There is a Quiet, easy to operate, and lots of power, Auto iQ works fabulously with different food products. There is a The base suction cups are difficult to remove at times, so you need more power cups and covers. The Power Cup or Power Bowl requires more force than the Power Pitcher, which just slides out, to be inserted.
The Pro Extractor blades break down food. The kit includes a motor base, a cup, Pro Extractor blades, 2 sip and seal lids, and an instruction book. You can take your food on the go with sip and seal lids. The cups and blades are dishwasher safe.
👤He was refurbished, but not at his price. In perfect factory condition, definetly new and in perfect condition. No louder than any other 1000. Ways like at Best Buy. This purchase was very good on Amazon.
👤I regretted ordering it because I didn't know it was refurbished, but I was desperate to replace the one I finally burned out on, even though it was in the description. The little guy is powerful and I dislike having little pieces on the bottom of my cup because I use nuts, vegtables and fruits in all my smoothies. I have used this 3x for 3 days and no pieces have been found in my cup. I saw a review that said it didn't grind up the seeds but it did, so maybe they didn't grind long enough. I make better smoothies by freezing my fresh bananas and spinach in half.
👤I'm not sorry about this product. We've had it for almost a year now and it's getting harder to open and screw on. They are very difficult to open. I was dealing with them for 20 minutes this morning. It's incredibly difficult to fit a blender lid in the right place, so you can't blend because it closes crooked. It's next to impossible to get the lid off after you've spent a lot of time trying to blend. It is not easy to screw off the lid because it is stuck on and you have to use rubberbands and towels. Once you get it off, you end up with the same problem as my partner, who can't get it off because it's too tight. There is a I've had it with the blender. Don't get this product and save your wrists. It will make you angry and6753167531675316753167531675316753167531 We got this to save time, but this takes more time and makes me angry.
👤My old blender had broken and I borrowed this one. I used it once. I bought my own the next day. I will never use a regular blender again. This little thing does everything. It does iced smoothies in about 2 seconds. I've thrown in raw veges and fruit, and it turns everything into the most delicious smoothie with no waste, no unblended chunks, and so far I've not found a single thing it won't blend. It's worth the money.
👤I read reviews for similar items before making a decision. I think I made a good choice. My daughter and I make baby food in it. It chops through the ice. I put apples in it that have been cut into pieces and it takes care of them too. The only downside is that if you blend a small amount of something a bit thicker, the blades throw everything to the sides of the cups. You can either add more volume or liquid. Sometimes it's inconvenient to fix baby food, but it's easy to do. I like that it comes with different size cups and lids.
👤The first ninja I ever purchased burned out a little after a year. I got a burning smell with the first one, but this one is still working after a year and a half. I would expect these to last longer for the price. The outer part of the blade attachment is getting rusty and it drips rusty water. It's not on the inside.
More functions: The Ninja Professional Plus Kitchen System has a new design and more functions than the Ninja's original Kitchen System. Based on the number of available programs. It's powerFUL CRUSHING. The Ninja Total Crushing Blades give you 1400 watt of professional power. Food processing The 8-cup Precision Processor Bowl can be used for chopping and purees. You can create smoothie, frozen drinks, smoothie mixes, and dough at the touch of a button with the preset Auto-iQ programs. A drink made from fruits and vegetables has vitamins and minerals. Take the guess out of drink making with intelligent programs that combine timed pulsing, pausing, and pausing patterns that do the work for you. There's a language called XL caPACITY. The Total Crushing Pitcher is great for making large batches. The max liquid capacity is 64 ounces. On-the-go discussions. It's easy to take a delicious smoothie on the go with two cups.
👤I received my blender a month ago after much research. I like using it for smoothies. The main canister was made of plastic. I was worried about how it would hold up when I used ice, nuts, and frozen fruits. I realized yesterday that the canister has cracks on the bottom. It's pretty upsetting to see how expensive the blender is, and how short of a time I've owned it.
👤It was great while it worked. The base of the bowl broke after 3 months.
👤This place is a scam because missing parts came in a dirty book.
👤I have a second Ninja Blender. The first one lasted 6 years. I was considering buying a more expensive blender. I wanted more than a regular blender. The best smoothie for the price is this one. My wife uses a food processor a lot. You will not regret buying this unit. I am very impressed with this review, I never leave reviews like that.
👤I love it! It crush ice fast. I. You can see and hear the video. The smoothie setting is here. Press that bottom and not do anything else. It is a bit noisy, but for the time you have it on, it is not crazy. If it does an exceptional job, I don't mind it making a bit of noise. I have not tried the processor. I will update the review.
👤I love this appliance. I wanted to use it several times before I left a review. It's quieter than other mixers I've had, but I don't expect to be able to use it to wake a sleeping baby. It's still a machine that makes noise. There is a It's very powerful and easy to use. It's like a 3-in-1 set and I've used it to make a variety of food items. It's very sturdy and easy to use. I didn't want to spend a lot of money so I took a while to decide. I wanted something that was worth something and not just a blender. I got that in this Ninja.
👤I like it very much. I have never heard of a blender that was quiet, but I read that one person said it was too loud. I took the Ninja smoothie maker off too quickly and it was never the same. I use the extract button to make my smoothie and it's the best I have ever had. You can press the app button if you feel like it's blended enough. I suggest that you buy it now. Best Buy doesn't have it in stock yet. You can pick it up next week. You can't go wrong with this set.
👤We bought this one to replace the old one. The old one was still working well, we just wanted the bigger and more interchangeable single serve cups. It is pretty powerful. It's a little loud, but it's a blender, if it didn't make noise, I'd be worried. The whole thing is easy to clean and the blades are sharp. It's easy to use and looks good on the countertop. I would recommend a good all-in-one food processor. It had a dough blade, food processor blade, pitcher and blade, and two cups with lids.
It is compatible with most electronic devices. It can be used to hold magazines, books, and catalogs in place to display recipes. It can be used to prop up tablets and phones in your office. 1000 watt of professional power can crush ice and break tough ingredients. There's a language called XL caPACITY. The professional pitcher is great for making frozen drinks and smoothie for the whole family. 64 ounces. max liquid capacity Total Crushing Technology has blades that can crush ice, fruits and vegetables in seconds. ICE CRUSHING You can blast ice into the snow and make delicious frozen drinks. There is stewardship in presence. The included recipe guide has drink and dish making inspiration. The pitcher is dishwasher safe and is easy to clean, making it just as easy to clean as using the blender. The 1000 Watt Motor Base Professional Blender and 72 oz Total Crushing Pitcher are included.
👤I bought this after researching the competition. I decided to go with the lower priced Ninja after reading reviews and comments. I use mine for making smoothie twice a day, I have owned it for six weeks. I have a morning fruit and berry smoothie and an afternoon veggie smoothie. Blending is a really convenient way to get in all your fruit and veggies each day. I love my Ninja. I have had stuff made with a Vita Mix in the past, but have never done a side by side comparison, though I can think of a few differences that are meaningful for me. The heat is generated by the Vita Mix. They use it as a selling feature, that you can use it to make soups, but I don't like my smoothies cold, so it's not something I look for in a blender. The comparisons with Ninja on smoothness and thoroughness of blend seem to have gone to Vita Mix. I knocked the Ninja off because my smoothies are a bit chewier after a few weeks of using the blender. Ninja relies on their sharp blades, which naturally dull with use, especially when using frozen berries or ice in their smoothies. I've noticed a subtle change in texture, no chunks, but definitely not a fine blend. My understanding is that the dull blades in Vita Mix work for years, they don't rely on sharpness as much as they do on speed. I don't notice the aeration that comes with the Ninja because it's not something I notice with a Vita Mix. My smoothies are full of fruit and veggies. The Ninja is a great deal if you are okay with having some noticeable fiber in your blend over time. Expect that you will have it in time if that matters to you. The blender is easy to use and clean. I have never had to remove the top to get rid of stuff, and I use 3 cups of leafy greens, as well as whole carrots, celery, apples, and never have chunks. It's a great machine. I can't rate longevity since I only had it for 6 weeks, but so far I'm very pleased. There is a There is an update. I got a Vita mix after owning the Ninja for 3 months. There is a difference between my original review and the one I have now. The Ninja starts out well, but then things don't blend as well over time. I drink 2 smoothies a day, so I use it a minimum of 2 times a day. I started calling my smoothies "grainies". " The technology depends on how sharp the blades are, but they dull with use and it shows in the results. The power of the Vita Mix is not dependent on blade sharpness. I can make a lot of flour with it. The heat is not a factor but a feature. Nothing gets warm unless you leave it on in order to generate heat, because most things are blended in less than a minute. I don't think it's fair to compare the Ninja to the Vita Mix, it's like comparing apples and oranges.
What can you get? You can get a one-year warranty for a free replacement. Customer service can be satisfying. The package includes a glass pitcher, main blender base, a cleaning brush, cookbook, and a manual guide. Do not use dishwasher wash. The enhanced processing lid with feed chute and select-cut processing discs allow for precise shredding, slicing, and grating. Never again. The power dense motor and smartTORQUE will power through and never stall. The smoothie bowl maker has a built-in tamper that can power through frozen ingredients using less liquid for smoothie bowls or nuts and seeds for smooth nut butters. The ingredient breakdown cup is designed to deliver better ingredient breakdown for perfectly smooth drinkables. A drink made from fruits and vegetables has vitamins and minerals. Every blend has variable speed and texture control. There are 7 programs. Preset Auto-iQ programs for one-touch smoothies, extracts, bowls, spreads, chopping, food processing, and dough. The hybrid edge blade assembly is better at breakdown of frozen fruit and vegetables.
👤I was in the market for a new food processor. I wanted a blender, but it was lower on my list. The bad boy was found on the Ninja website. I wanted to get both in one go. There is a I tried it out with some plain ice cubes, because I didn't have much to test it out with. It was almost immediately turned to snow. I've tried the device to make shakes and smoothies. The smoothie bowl turning part was used a few times. I used to shred cheese blocks in my food processor. To fit in the feeders, make sure to trim onions quickly. Graham crackers crumbled and cranberry sauce was well sauce. I tried it on some tomato puree for chicken tinga. It worked well across the board. It's not bad but it's loud. I wouldn't run it during quiet hours if my neighbors would complain. Before you turn it on, make sure there's nothing lightweight on either side because a lot of wind comes out the sides. It's very sharp. It is very important to be careful while using or washing it. I recommend using a brush to clean the nooks and crannies.
👤Food particles and condensation are building up in the handle of the product after 4 uses, which makes it difficult to wash or dry. Only hand washed, not a dishwasher. It is not a gift or a purchase because of a design flaw.
👤I always wait a few months before I review this item. I have been using the blender for nearly every day since I got it. The only complaint I have with it is that it doesn't have a lever to release the cups on the base, the older models did. These cups stick. I really liked everything about the blender, so I could overlook the fact that I had to pull them up from the counter. The bottom plate of the base snapped off from the rest of the machine as I tried to lift the blender off the counter. I've never had a product fail like that in my life. Since it was outside of the returns window, I lost my patience. Even though they had me do a live video stream to show how it was broken, they said that it would take them 3-6 business days to process the faulty item. I paid for a blender that was faulty, bad design, and poor customer service, and they didn't take my word that it was broken, so I had to have it for less than two weeks. Even though it's outside of their return window, Amazon is doing the right thing by replacing my product immediately. I want to warn anyone considering buying from Shark/Ninja that I will not be purchasing any more products from them.
👤I was happy when I received my order. I was looking at the features and was happy when I saw the manual in big and bold letters. The owner's guide. It is different from the SS401. Are they the same? Is this an error? They could be different series, so what is the difference?
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