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Ninja Master Prep Professional Blender, Chopper and Ice Crusher: More Power & 2 Times Faster

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  • Ninja new & improved blender Includes 2 Extra prep bowls
  • Crush ice into snow in seconds
  • Blend frozen fruits into creamy smoothies
  • Chop fresh ingredients evenly - no more mush
  • New more powerful & 2X faster
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 11 x 8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003O47MKA
  • Item model number: QB1003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (365 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,092 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Ninja the ultimate food & drink maker new and improved design

Customer Reviews

Crushes Ice like snow.
Ardith G.
Ice turns in to snow, onions are chopped perfectly, salsa is a breeze and chicken salad couldn't be easier.
C. Tom
It is very powerful and easy to clean.
Drew's Mommy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

255 of 271 people found the following review helpful By p2burner on June 28, 2010
I've had this little gem only a few days, but have already put it through a few paces. I bought the "professional" model for the extra power (50 watts doesn't seem like much, until you try to crush ice). The unit is easy to set up, store, and clean. I like the fact that the power unit is very small yet powerful. The power "pod" moves from one container to the other without the necessity of cleaning blades if several different items are being chopped or blended. My first smoothie came out without any lumps of either ice or frozen fruit, something that was impossible in my more expensive Krups machine. I've made salsa in the smaller bowl, then blended icy Margaritas in the pitcher in the next moment without having to clean the blades or bowls (each bowl/pitcher comes with a specific blade set just for that container). I find it practical, simple, and sturdy. Great value for the money, because you are getting a blender with 2 sizes of pitchers (40 and 48 oz), plus a food processer with a 16oz bowl. Each comes with a separate lid in case you wish to store in the same bowl...although I don't think this is something I will do. I must still remind myself to PULSE the machine as there are no controls like on a traditional blender or food processor, but I've retired my Krups and the Oster in favor of this model. The parts are dishwasher safe, but very easy to hand wash, also. So far, I love it!
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94 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Phil Rosenbach on October 18, 2012
Recently, I've been working toward eating better, healthier food. The first thing that I bought to help achieve this goal was an Omega 8006 Nutrition Center. (Feel free to read my review on that if you wish.) After using that for almost a month, I began to learn more and more about smoothies, and spent several days reading reviews on a variety of machines, as well as watching a whole lot of YouTube videos. Finally I decided to give the Ninja Master Prep Pro a try. Since I specifically bought this for making smoothies, I cannot comment on too many of the other numerous functions that this machine is claimed to be capable of, but I will be sure to update this review if I have the chance to try some other things.

In spite of the goofy infomercials that promote this product, my practical, hands on use has proved that this is a really great machine. One of the most important aspects of this machine is to FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS. Even though this is marketed as a "professional Blender," this isn't a standard blender, so you will need to see what method of use is most appropriate for what you are preparing. For some things which involve ice and or frozen fruits, you will want to simply pulse the unit a few times, while other concoctions which are already soft and fluid, you can allow the motor to run for 10 to 15 seconds. The manual states that you should not run the motor for more than 15 to 20 seconds, and that's simply the way this was designed. So anyone who complains about it smoking, or stripping gears, may not be using this correctly. Clean up is a breeze, as long as you can squirt some water into all the crevaces. I have to reiterate something which is mentioned repeatedly in the manual, and that is, "The blades are sharp!" REALLY SHARP. So be very careful when cleaning them.
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294 of 330 people found the following review helpful By Dana on January 28, 2011
I got this chopper a couple of months ago. What I intended to buy the Ninja for has been great, so I will rate it on that. I will also review the issues I have with it.

I bought the Ninja to replace my small chopper. I absolutely love the double blade system, because it chops things very consistently; which was the reason I replaced my old chopper. I did not buy this to replace a blender OR a food processor, the `blender' was just an added bonus.

When chopping small things, it has been fabulous! My old chopper, like Ninja's spokesperson claims, turned the bottom food to mush, while the top food is still unchopped. With the Ninja, as long as I `pulse' as the instructions recommend, it works great. I've noticed, though, if I push down the power and leave it down, (usually when I'm in a hurry) I end up with the same results as my old chopper, so the key really is to `pulse'.

When it comes to ease of use, the Ninja is not:

-The motor on top is too big and bulky: My old chopper was a hand held immersion blender/chopper, so the handheld motor was interchangeable with the wand and the chopper bowl. If I needed to add other ingredients or push the contents down with a spoon, I could grab the motor (attached to the lid) with one hand and have the spoon or contents in my other hand to add. With the Ninja, I have to pull the motor off with both hands (because it is so bulky) then pry the lid off with both hands (because of the suction) then I can add the stuff. But then I have to realign the motor back onto the lid, sometimes it goes on easily, sometimes it doesn't (if you get easily frustrated with things, this isn't the system for you).
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486 of 560 people found the following review helpful By george spelvin on September 27, 2010
There are two serious issues with this item which minimizes it's value.

First, the power is only 450 watts, which is about the same as the normal household blender. The people who have been writing these positive reviews - reviews upon which I relied when I bought this thing - seem like they have never heard of a blender or food processor. The bottom line with regards to power is indisputable - this is the same wattage as a weak blender. Regardless of what people are saying, bear this in mind - no more power than a blender. That's the biggest problem.

Second, the position of the blades relative to the size of the containers does not crush ice into snow as stated (unless you are willing to continually remove the motor and lid, and reposition the ice and/or the contents) and does not chop veggies or anything else evenly.

I tried to crush ice into snow. After repositioning the contents 4 times, I still had chunks of ice (the ice I started with was already crushed ice from our freezer dispenser). So yes, you'll get some snow. But you'll also get so many chunks of ice that it makes this thing useless relative to a blender. When I chopped veggies, the size difference was annoying. Any attempt to more finely chop the larger pieces liquified the smaller pieces.

Here's the thing. If you want to truly crush ice into snow, you need a professional blender (as you see in coffee shops or smoothie outlets). Amazon carries them, they operate on 1000 watts, and cost $200. The base motor (with blade) has to be wider than traditional blenders and the container wider throughout. The idea of 2 or 3 tiers of blades does not help in this regard.

If you want to chop veggies, you need a good food processor where the blades are proportionate to the container.
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