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Ninja Professional Blender 1000 (BL610)
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- 1000 Watts of Professional Performance Power
- Total Crushing Technology crushes ice, whole fruits & vegetables in seconds!
- Frozen Blending for creamy fruit smoothies
- XL 72 oz. capacity to create drinks for the whole family
- BPA Free & Dishwasher Safe
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Ninja Professional Blender 1000
Ninja Professional Blender 1000
- 1000 Watts
- 3 Speeds + Pulse
- 72oz. Pitcher Capacity
- Total Crushing Technology
- BPA Free Parts
- Dishwasher Safe Parts
- 1 Year Warranty
What's in the box?
1000 Watt Motor Base, 72oz. Blender Pitcher, Blender Pitcher Lid, Total Crushing Blades, Instruction Book, Inspiration Guide
Professional Blender 1000
The Ninja Professional Blender 1000 features a sleek design and outstanding performance with 1000 watts of professional power. Ninja Total Crushing blades gives you perfect ice crushing, blending, pureeing, and controlled processing. The XL 72 oz. professional blender jar is great for making drinks and smoothies for the whole family. All parts are BPA free and dishwasher safe.
Total Crushing Technology
Total Crushing Technology delivers unbeatable professional power with blades that pulverize and crush through ice, whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. Blast ice into snow in seconds and blend your favorite ingredients into delicious sauces, dips and smoothies!
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Top Customer Reviews
For chopping, this blender is impressive. It looks so much like a food processor that I tried chopping an onion, and got acceptable results. I would absolutely use this for that. (The Vitamix can’t do this at all.)
For ice crushing, YES! Yes, yes, yes. Snow in blazingly fast time. Sno-cones, margaritas, whatever, this blender has that application covered. Fantastic results, far better than the Vitamix.
For pulverizing, I thought it was very good. This was the area that the Vitamix outshone the Ninja, but I think the Ninja did just fine. In my homemade jalapeño-coleslaw dressing, the blender didn’t quite get all the jalapeño pulverized, and there were little chunks still in the dressing. The Ninja had a little trouble pulverizing 2 large bunches of kale, and I had to stop the blender a few times to use a scraper to push the leaves down. I also needed to add some water to aid in the blending. The leaves ended up rather smoothly pulverized, although I don’t think they were quite as fine as in the Vitamix.
I love how the blades remove completely from the pitcher every single time; it not only makes it easier to scrape out all the food from the blender but also to get it perfectly clean. The Vitamix always ends up with food stuck under the blades, and if it’s something like hummus, it’s really hard to get it clean. So the design on the blades in the Ninja is brilliant. Be careful, though: those blades are sharp.Read more ›
My original Ninja, while still functional, is ready to be retired. I'd already been looking at Ninja Pro, Vitamix and Blendtec, but was waiting for the right deal at Costco. So, I was fortunate enough to catch this on Vine. It looks similar to a Vitamix or Blendtec, which I'm sure is not a coincidence, but costs significantly less. I've never used a Vitamix personally, but I've seen plenty of demonstrations and sampled lots of smoothie/ice cream concoctions and will say this Ninja master is just about on-par.
Made a strawberry banana smoothie using frozen strawberries. It was smooth and cold. Made a very refreshing smoothie.
Made what I would call a biscotti frappuccino with coffee, milk, and a biscotti. The biscotti was nearly smooth.
Made a banana milkshake with frozen banana and milk. Smooth as any milkshake I've ever had.
My only concern is longevity. When you pay so much less than the competition, you have to trade-off something, and it's usually at the expense of durability.
So far, this thing is everything I could have hoped for.Read more ›
Ultra smooth purees is quality I was looking for. I like to make Spinach smoothies. I placed my frozen fruits and liquid in and then attempted to add my spinach. Because of the blades being so high up, I struggled to get the spinach down into the machine. Even if you place the spiniach in first, the side blades make it difficult to get them down in the blender. Once the machine running, after several attempts I realized that my smoothie was not going to liquefy completely so it's texture was rather grainy to the taste although it looked smooth.
Additionally I did not find the handle comfortable, and making sure everything was locked and clicked into place was an added nuisance. I also fear these plastic lid parts are going to break off soon. It was easy to clean up, but for heavy (daily) use, I don't think this is going to work out. I liked the product generally but i'm rather underwhelmed by it's lack of power. As a baker I also do a lot of nut and fruit purees and this machine isn't going to cut that. I think calling this a Professional Blender is a marketing name because this machine isn't capable of giving professional results. Yes, it chops ice, but if you are looking to blend your things into ultra smooth purees, this machine falls short.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not used to having a really nice blender. I've been using an antique. I sure do love my Ninja. I bought it because I like salsas, and it's great for that. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Arthur Williams
This blender is *horrible* for green smoothies. The greens never get fully pulverized! I've tried everything, even steaming them first! Read morePublished 1 day ago by L&CR
Stop looking for the "perfect" blender...You have found it! This blender is AMAZING! I had burned up 2 other blenders making smoothies so my husband was researching what... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Heather H.
It's really can make snow out of ice cubes. I just had to try it as soon as I saw the teaser on the side of the box. The lid fits snug and doesn't leak at all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mr. Bullington
I bought this thinking it would make juice and it does not. I guess I got the wrong Ninja blender!Published 3 months ago by Don
Wow! My 3rd blender and second juicer later I found the perfect solution. This machine is awsome, easy to use and easy to clean. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marcia Shott