Ninja® NJ600 Professional Blender
Ninja® 6-blade technology paired with 1000 watts of power gives you a professional, hassle-free blender with outstanding performance and a sleek design. The extra large 72-ounce pitcher is BPA-free and features a lock-in lid with a flip-up pour spout. The electronic control panel offers 3 speeds and pulse action for controlled processing. This powerful unit can effortlessly crush ice into snow and blend whole vegetables and fruits into delicious smoothies in just seconds.. The cord storage helps keep your countertops clear while the sturdy no-slip base offers stand-still performance. The pitcher, lid and blades are dishwasher safe. Measures approximately 17" H x 14 2/5" L x 9 1/4" W.
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Upgrade to Vitamix I purchased this blender about 4 months ago and was impressed with how quick it was to crush ice in a smoothie. This blender gets used about 3 times a week for 2 minutes. Then, it didn't turn on. It was plugged in and no power, no blinking red lights, no red light at all. I unplugged it for about 3 hours as there was a fuse warning on the cord, but to no avail. I contacted the company but no one got back to me. I will be upgrading to the Vitamix. April 19, 2013
Not Good The ninja wasn't capable of grinding the almonds and flax seeds I put in my morning smoothy. The blades sit to hi and the material gets caught in the square corners. Took it back after 3 failed morning breakfast shakes. April 8, 2013
Best Blender Ever! I just want to start by saying I looked high and low for the best blender for a good price. I also read all of the reviews on this blender and others.. I must say I'm SO Happy I went with the Ninja it makes a great smoothie in no time at all. it chops all the ice,Berries you will have no chunks unless you want them. I had read bad reviews about the lid but I have had no problems with it. My family and I Love it! Makes everything from smoothies,salsa,Frozen Adult drinks,ice cream ect. Perfect!!! It's a great blender. March 6, 2013
Going to return for something els My wife and I bought this about 6 months ago. We have tried to like it but are going to take it back. Here's why - The lid/blades. Setting and removing the lid is too labor intensive - sometimes my wife and daughters can't even get it off. If you put something large inside, it can move the blade column to one side so it doesn't center with the bearing in the lid - so you have to cut down your fruit or wiggle the blade to try to get it straight up and down. Green smoothies - just doesn't do a good job. We use a lot of spinach and even with the three blades, you have to run it way too long to try to get it cut into small bits - our smoothies just aren't as smooth as in other blenders in the past (we had Kitchen Aid's before this but have dumped those because all three eventually leaked - but they cut foods like spinach better). I thought the three blades would pull foods like spinach down for easier blending, but you still have to stop, remove the lid (a pain) and spatula down the sides, pushing the greens down from the top. Peanut butter in your smoothies for protein? Another unfortunate pain - you have to put in in with the blade column in place or it gets in under the blades and won't blend. So putting it in after, it sticks to the blades and the sides of the container and again, you're taking the lid off (did I say a pain) and using the spatula to scrape down the sides. Even marguritas aren't great as we still get chunks of ice making them crunchy. The speed is great but it doesn't overcome the painful operation. Don't want to spend the big bucks for a Vitamix or Blendtec but may just have to bit the bullet. February 10, 2013