72 oz. Total Crushing Pitcher pulverizes ice to snow in seconds for creamy frozen drinks and smoothies. 8-Cup Food Processor Bowl provides perfect, even chopping and makes up to 2 lbs. of dough in 30 seconds. Two 16 oz. Nutri Ninja cups with To-Go lids are perfect for creating personalized, nutrient-rich drinks to take on the go. Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free parts..Includes one 1500-watt base, a Food Processor Bowl, 72 oz. Total Crushing Pitcher, two 16 oz. Nutri Ninja Cups with To-Go Lids, and a 30-recipe inspiration guide. For best results, try the Nutri Ninja cup or XL Pitcher for frozen drinks For ice crushing, blending, food processing and complete juicing. Total Crushing technology crushes ice and frozen fruit in seconds for creamy frozen drinks and smoothies. Use pitcher to create drinks, dips, sauces and more. Processor bowl evenly chop vegetables or make up to 2lbs of dough. BPA free. Dishwasher safe. 1500 Watts. Equipped with XL 72 oz Total Crushing blender, 8 cup food processor bowl and two 16 Nutri Ninja cups.
This Ninja BL 770 blender is an absolute dream come true for us! $199, stylish, contemporary look, 1500 Watts, 2HP, 4 speeds, 72 oz. BPA free pitcher (most high end blenders only come with a 64 oz. pitcher). I did a LOT of research on blenders before this purchase, because I wanted mine to be able to make super-smooth smoothies, nut butters and also grind organic rye berries for my homemade breads, as well as grate raw potatoes for my homemade German potato dumplings. I knew I..
First of all, I have to admit that I am a bit of a kitchen appliance junky. I am always looking for the perfect appliance or cooking implements that will perform multiple jobs. I have a number of cutting, chopping, liquefying for drinks type appliance, including Nutri Bullet, a Vitamix, a Ninja Master Prep Pro, and a Magic Bullet 17 pc. system in addition to a few other choppers by Cuisinart and Black and Decker.First of all, some of the reviewer dinged the reviews because the..
The Ninja seemed to be a great product. We purchased one 6/27/13 and it quickly became integral to food preparation in our household. Its 1500 watt motor performed admirably. Alas, this story does not end well. On 11/20/13 the rotor of the base unit broke during use. Since it had been less than 5 months since we bought the Ninja customer support was contacted regarding warranty service. The company basically gave us the kiss-off. We were informed by customer suppor..