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Ninja Mega Kitchen System (Blender, Processor, Nutri Ninja Cups) BL770
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- 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.
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Ninja MEGA Kitchen System 1500 (BL770)
The Ninja MEGA Kitchen System provides PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE and POWER in XL 72oz. Pitcher, XL 8 cup Processor Bowl, and Nutri Ninja Cups! This professional-quality powerhouse comes packed with a 2+ HP motor that handles limitless tasks in seconds, freeing you to focus on cooking, serving and savoring. The MEGA Kitchen System is perfect for frozen blending, food processing and Nutrient and Vitamin extraction.
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!
XL 8 Cup Food Processing Bowl
With a generous 8 cup capacity this food processor handles all of your chopping and dough making needs. With the high-quality stainless steel blades, experience perfect, even chopping every time! The dough blade allows you to effortlessly mix 2 lbs. of dough in 30 seconds!
Nutri Ninja Nutrient and Vitamin Extraction
Nutrient and Vitamin Extraction provides a better tasting, more nutritious kind of beverage. Get a silky smooth cool cup of goodness made entirely from whole fruits, vegetables, and ice cubes. Nutri Ninja technology provides smooth, nutrient-rich beverages filled with vitamins and fiber.
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|1500 Watt Motor Base||✓||✓||✓|
|72oz. Professional Blender Pitcher||✓||✓||✓|
|Total Crushing Technology||✓||✓||✓|
|64oz. Food Processing Bowl||✓||✓||✓|
|3 Cup Bowl-in-Bowl with Chopping Blade||✓||✓|
|(2) 16oz. Nutri Ninja Cups with To Go Lids||✓||✓|
|(3) 16oz. Nutri Ninja Cups with To Go Lids||✓|
|Recipe Inspiration Guide||✓||✓||✓|
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|Item Dimensions||8.25 x 9.5 x 17.75 in||12 x 9.25 x 16.38 in||8.19 x 10.63 x 15.75 in||8.25 x 17.25 x 7.5 in||7 x 9.8 x 17.6 in||11.7 x 17 x 17.5 in|
|Item Weight||9.2 lbs||9.96 lbs||9.51 lbs||8.3 lbs||10.4 lbs||21.6 lbs|
The Ninja Mega Kitchen System comes packed with 1500 watts of power to handle all of your drink and meal-making needs. The XL 72 oz*. blender pitcher features Total Crushing technology to blast through ice and frozen fruit. Two 16 oz. Nutri Ninja cups with To-Go Lids are perfect for creating personalized, nutrient-rich drinks to take on the go. The 8-cup food processor bowl comes equipped with a chopping blade for perfect, even results and a dough blade that can mix up to 2 lbs. of dough in 30 seconds!
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First of all, some of the reviewer dinged the reviews because they got cut on the blades. Are the blades sharp - you-bet-cha. Can you get cut on them? Of course, they are sharp, and they need to be. Heck, I have cut myself on the Cuisinart mini chopper blades when I was in a hurry to clean them, and I also sometimes cut myself with some of the sharp knives that I have. Is this the fault of the product? Of course not. When you are handling any sharp objects you need to be careful so you don't cut yourself, but sometimes it happens.
As for any clittety-clack reported by one reviewer, I haven't heard any of that. Is it loud? - It is, but then so are any of my other high powered mixers and choppers. Even my Kitchen Aid mixer is loud, and the Nutri Bullet can be deafening. Any appliance with a lot of power is going to be noisy, and the volume often depends on what you are processing. Even the Magic Bullet can be noisy if you are pulverizing something hard like cinnamon sticks. If you are sensitive to noise, you might be better off mixing and chopping by hand.
So, on to the review for the Ninja Mega Kitchen System 1500. I did have the Ninja 1100 system, and sold it on Ebay. It didn't have the power that I needed or expected. I bought this system, and I really to like it and use it. It has the power of my Vitamix, but is more useful for many jobs and is easier to clean. On this system, the blades come out. So the blades and the container can be cleaned easily. On the Vitamix, the blades do not come out. So you have to put a soap solution in it and run it to get the underside of the blades cleaned. The Vitamix will pull food down into the blades as long as you have enough liquid and the food pieces are small. Otherwise, you have to use the plunger to push food into the blades. The Ninja System does a better job a chopping without liquefying the food at the bottom and leaving larger pieces at the top. The Ninja definitely wins at doing a better job of evenly chopping. I really don't find the locking mechanism on the Ninja to be an inconvenience. It's just a matter of placing the cover on and clicking down the handle.
I have used my Vitamix in the past to make a Caesar Dressing that uses whole garlic cloves and it does a good job mixing and creaming everything, but the dressing sticks under the blades and it's difficult to clean. Now I use the single serve cups on the Ninja. It does just as good on the dressing, but it's easier to clean. To make the dressing creamy, I just hold the pulse button down for a couple of minutes. The longer you hold it, the smoother the mixture. I haven't tried smoothies in this machine yet, but I imagine the pulse button would just need to be held down for a couple of minutes to make a liquefied drink. I don't think the blades of the larger jars would make a completely smooth drink, but the blade for the smallest jar is similar to the Nutribullet, and with the more powerful motor would likely make a very smooth smoothie.
I often use chopped onions, green peppers, and garlic in my recipes, and the Ninja has be great for this. I throw all of them into the medium container, and everything gets chopped with a few pulses. The chopping can be more or less fine depending on the number of pulses. What I like about the chopping this system does is that everything is evenly chopped. I don't get liquefied food at the bottom and larger pieces on the top as is the case with most choppers. At this point in time, I have disposed of all of my other choppers.
I haven't tried this machine for dough mixing, but I have my Kitchen Aid mixer for that. I generally make bread batches much too large for this machine. All-in-all, I am very happy with this purchase, and have used it often. With it's versatility and ease in cleaning, it has replaced my Vitamix on my countertop. Although I wouldn't get rid of my Vitamix because of the longer warranty and proven dependability, for now it has been put away in favor of this Ninja system. I have found this Ninja system to be much more useful and versatile.
The only reason I can't give it 5 full stars is bc I know now that it's not the best out there. After buying this one, I found the newer one with the smart functions for smoothies and all. That's my only regret.
This machine itself though, for what it is, and what it's supposed to do, it excellent. The thing has more wattage than my professional Italian hairdryer (that's a lot). It Juuust fits underneath my cabinet so the size is perfect. I love all the little clever bits, like the bottom handles that release the suction cups, and the lock that holds open the pour spout lid. Attention to details like these are what make for excellent products.
I use it so often that I nearly always just hand wash it right away. I've found a water bottle brush to be perfect for getting down walls quickly and maneuvering safely around cleaning the blade. The only thing I've encountered any difficulty cleaning so far is after I made nut butter, getting inside the blade.
Speaking of, the food processor portion has proven invaluable. It is the perfect size for the majority of those types of jobs I need done and unlike my large dedicated food processor, there's no hole in the middle! Hallelujah!
So recommendation? If you absolutely cannot get the newer one, or you loathe smoothies... then yes, absolutely. In and of itself it's great.
Would I buy this one again? No- knowing what I know now, I'd spend the $50 more for the new one (at least that was the price difference when I was shopping). I make too many smoothies not have as many advantages working in my favor as possible.
I'd like to say something in regards to the melted/fire/etc. reviews & pics. This is a reflection of my own experience and not meant to demean or diminish anyone else's situation in any way.
1) the Ninja is Covered in neon safety warnings as you unbox it detailing exactly how to use it. 2) it has built in emergency shut off procedures and when that happens there are things you're supposed to do as well. 3) never walk away from a kitchen appliance while it's running (or the stove top) no matter how secure you may think it is. 4) be mindful of the environment you're working in- there's a reason we've been putting stone in kitchens for centuries.
This being said: I have not had any issues remotely resembling overheating at all. I operate my machine in a well ventilated area on my granite countertop. While the machine runs, I do a fair amount of pulsing, I don't just put it on high & leave it going for 10 min, while it runs I'm touching the machine (as I would my stand mixer). I feel where the motor is in the base, and monitor the heat output. I'm turning it off frequently to scrape down anyway, but I'm aware of how hot it is and maintain control of the situation.
That's just what I do. If it's beneficial for anyone else, then great.