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Ninja The Warrior NJ200, Immersion Blender plus Processor Bowl

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  • It comes with a storage lid, a splash guard, a 40 ounce processor bowl, and a 32 ounce beaker.
  • Uses a tri-blade system
  • BPA free

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B004NTJL4K
  • Item model number: NJ200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #201,391 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

It may look like a simple immersion blender, but the Ninja® WarriorTM is an indispensable handheld kitchen tool that not only blends, but also chops ... and even crushes frozen foods. In fact, its unique design makes it the first handheld kitchen tool with the ability to crush ice, turning it into snow in seconds. •Comes with a storage lid, a splash guard, a 40 ounce processor bowl, and a 32 ounce beaker ... as well as the freedom to blend or crush ice in any container you choose! By putting the performance of a countertop blender in your hand, Ninja® has transformed this simple handheld product into an essential kitchen tool that gives the cook ease and freedom in the kitchen. • Lightweight, maneuverable, versatile, and amazingly fast Purees soups into velvety goodness, blends creamy vinaigrettes, whips up cream, emulsifies mayonnaise or sauces in seconds, creates yummy milkshakes or smoothies, and even makes a perfect pesto • Easy to clean Simply rinse off the blades and stick in between tasks, and when you're done for the day, just remove the proprietary detachable triple blade system and put in the dishwasher. Plus, there is no need to transfer contents back and forth between sauce pots, bowls, and countertop blenders ... saving a lot of dirty dishes. • Compact Can be easily tucked into a cabinet or drawer without taking up lots of valuable storage space.

Customer Reviews

I'm glad I read the review's and tried it for myself!
TSP
In playing around with the immersion blender, I found that it's possible to make a frothy and creamy frozen coffee drink that has no cream or milk in it at all.
AS Atwood
He was overwhelmed with the gift and I was really pleased with the number of attachments, the power of the blender, and how well designed it is.
Suzie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By AS Atwood on September 30, 2011
I bought this immersion blender/processor set from the proverbial "other vendor" late at night during a moment of low resistance. Color me pleasantly surprised.

The immersion blender is the star of this show. With a 350 watt powerhead, you really can turn ice cubes into snow -- as in ice so fine you can form a ball and throw it if you want -- without ever bogging down or even really slowing down. The whole thing just feels powerful and solid. In that regard, it's what you might expect in a well made serious home version of a professional kitchen tool.

The processor/chopper that comes with the set is also quite well made. The plastics are all well finished, not the least bit flimsy and seem to be of high quality. The top is not just a direct couple between the powerhead and the blades but is instead a gear reduction to slow the blades to a more useful speed with the power to go through most anything you might reasonably expect. The blades in this thing are knife sharp, and they will make quick work of just about any small to medium size chopping task you might think of. I've used it for everything from coarsely chopping 10 to 12 ounces of cubed chuck at a time into gorgeous ground beef for burgers or chili to making quick work of chopping celery, carrot and onion for salsa or soup. Just don't think of this processor/chopper as a blender, at least not in the traditional sense of a bar or counter-top blender. But it is a great chopper/processor/mixer.

In playing around with the immersion blender, I found that it's possible to make a frothy and creamy frozen coffee drink that has no cream or milk in it at all. Basically, I keep frozen cubes of fresh drip coffee on hand for making iced coffee in warm weather.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By gardener97 on October 14, 2011
I make quite a lot of things with this - I was so surprised at how well it works, and how many things it does, that I leave it out on my counter. Actually it is the only appliance - except for a large convection/toaster oven that does live on the counter, everything else gets put away. I like clear counters.

I do this one everyday - put 4-oz of thick Greek yogurt - I usually use with honey kind (80 cal) - and cut up 1/2 cup of frozen strawberries (25 cal) or splurge and use a whole cup (50 cal) Put into the blender container and pump the stick up and down a few times - instant strawberry ice cream. Any frozen fruit will work. It is delicious!

In the big blender - Chop an onion - and I mean fine chop NOT liquify or tear to pieces - in the main blender and it takes just a couple of seconds. Since it has that stack of blades, it all gets chopped instead of only what is on the bottom. Also true of chopping things like squash to sneak into salmon croquets. Or adding fine chopped broccoli to a rice dish, that even a three year old can't pick out.

I wish they had a big cookbook to go with it. They do have some recipes on their website but not enough.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 25, 2011
Well, I just purchased this with skepticism. I have a Cuisinart blender which is loud and does not do a very good job crushing ice. I find my smoothies come our with lumps of ice not crushed. So.... I thought I would give Ninja a try. I am pleasantly surprised! It worked like a charm, within seconds my smoothie was thoroughly mixed, ice crushed, without lumps!! The noise level was significantly less than a blender. I would recommend this to anyone. I think my granddaughter will be receiving one for Christmas!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Erasmo Vela on September 17, 2011
I just got this and have used it twice. Once for snow cones and again for a strawberry shake. This thing is awesome!!! It made snow out of ice in seconds. Took seconds with the shake as well, I'm talking super fast. Pina Coladas are next. I will have to chop some stuff for fresh salsa, update coming soon. I don't think I'll be using my blender ever again. The NJ200 has a powerful motor and is very easy to handle. I wonder what it can't do. One of my better investments. Update per Jake's request. Still love this thing. My wife uses it for smoothies, I need to get in on that. I still stand behind this purchase. It chopped up the salsa like nothing before. If you don't want the salsa blended, take it easy on the controls, it will blend it in no time. I have made many an Oreo shake and the kids really love 'em. I am looking to buy the Kitchen system (that makes ice cream). I have no complaints regarding this item. It actually works! Try it and you'll see. Summer's coming, snow cones.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Jones on October 20, 2011
I love this think. Murders ice and frozen fruit with ease. Variety of uses. Previously owned handhelds and motor would go out after a few uses. This is good for the long haul.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Smith Family on December 1, 2011
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She made pea soup last night and decided to macerate the leftover chunks of onions and celery. I told her to be careful not to macerate the ham that was in it. She ran it for a 5 count, and it ate everything up... lol Well, we had more ham, so we put more in it and it was great.

So, if you buy and use this, keep in mind that it's VERY efficient at its job.

Great tool, and the wife couldn't be happier. My motto is; happy wife, happy life...
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