Ninja Kitchen System 1100 - Model NJ602 with Free Cookbook
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- 72 oz. Pitcher with Lid
- 40 oz. Processing Bowl with Lid
- 5 Attachments to Make Everything from Cookies to Salsa to Margaritas
- Knead dough for pizzas, breads, pretzels and cookies!
- Grind seeds such as flax seeds, or nuts to make nut butter
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So I just got off the phone with the manufacturer and they will replace both pitchers in about 10 business day. That's after the $18 shipping charge.
I really did not want to write a negative review because I LOVE THIS BLENDER. I've recommended it to family, friends and co-workers. I'm constantly going on about how great this thing is and everybody should get one. Now I feel like an idiot because I know the people who I recommended this to will think I'm a dick. I'm so disappointed that the pitchers are so cheaply made that I didn't even get 12 months use out of them.
I know some people will say "why give it 1 STAR if you love it so much?" I paid $143 for this thing. When I was shopping around for a blender I told myself "spend a little more and it will last longer". I have never been so wrong in my life. I should just keep buying cheap s*** so that when it breaks I'll just get another one.
Being very mechanically inclined, I took the blender base apart. The grey star nut on the top of the blender base that connects with the blender bottle blades is a unique design. It is rubber molded over a metal nut. This metal nut is made from cheap metal and is reverse threaded, so instead of righty tightey, lefty loosey, it is righty loosey, lefty tighty. This ensures that when the motor is spinning, it tightens the nut on instead of just spinning it of. This is all good in theory, until they skimped out on the metal. The metel is so soft, the continual tightening of that star nut has stripped out the threads. Which is why when the motor spins, the blades don't do anything. I have added some JB Weld, screwed the grey star nut back onto the motor shaft (remember, righty loosey, lefty tighty) and reassembled the blender base. With any luck (and that I used enough JB Weld), the JB Weld will create new threads and will adhere the grey star nut to the motor shaft. This might get us by for a few more months, but I am not confident it is a permanent solution. Once it breaks again, we plan to toss it and buy a new blender, but not a Ninja. Sorry, but after spending $200 on a blender, I expected it to last longer than just 2yrs. My old blender lasted nearly 10yrs until it melted down in a blaze of lightning and fiery sparks!
For the record, I called Ninja Kitchen to see if I could get a replacement grey star nut (probably only a $2-$5 part to produce). They don't sell replacement parts and their only solution was to sell me a new blender base for close to $80.
Here's some juicing tips I found on another site which works well if you want to "green" juice: "The secret is to freeze some cut up fruit first. Once the cubes of fruit are frozen, simply throw them into the blender along with the greens and any other fruits you wish to add to the smoothie. The way that it works is that the frozen cubes of fruit are hard and their edges become sharp while they whizz around in your blender, thus helping to break down the greens into a smooth texture. If you use a regular blender and unfrozen fruit in a green smoothie, you’ll tend to get an emulsion of fruity water and flecky stringy green bits (from your greens). But freeze the fruit and voila! your smoothie will blend well and the greens will be evenly blended and distributed throughout the drink.
◾Make sure you cut the fruit to be frozen into small cubes. Big cubes might damage your blender.
◾Always put the greens in with the fruit cubes and water all at once.
◾If you don’t have any frozen fruit ready and you want to make a green smoothie right now, you can always use some ice cubes, but of course this will water down your smoothie, especially if you normally use fruit juice instead of water.
◾When you add the water, be sure it is cold or at least room temperature – not warm or hot.
◾Pulse the smoothie using the pulse button on your blender at few times before turning it up to full blend – this will help chop the fruit cubes up into smaller pieces first.
◾Make sure you add enough liquid. If you don’t, the blender won’t be able to swish everything around in there properly and the chunks won’t break up and the greens won’t blend. Always start with a cup of water, adding more if the smoothie isn’t blending well."
Hope this helps.
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