Ninja Mega Kitchen System (BL771)
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- 2 Horsepower – 1500 Watts Professional Kitchen System
- XL 72oz. Professional Blender with Total Crushing Technology
- XL 8 Cup Food Processing Bowl for Chopping and Dough Making
- 2 Professional Nutri Ninja Cups for Nutrient and Vitamin Extraction
- 1 Cup Bowl in Bowl Chopping Blade for Everything from Meal Prep to Final Touches
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Ninja MEGA Kitchen System 1500 (BL771)
The Ninja MEGA Kitchen System provides PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE and POWER in XL 72oz. Pitcher, XL 8 cup Processor Bowl, 3 cup Bowl in 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, meal prep, 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 Bowl in 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! The 3 cup bowl in bowl is specially designed to nest perfectly in the larger bowl during use with a tight seal trim to prevent leakage and is ideal for anything from meal prep to final touches.
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.
Ninja MEGA Kitchen System 1500 (BL771)
- Model - BL771
- Power - 1500 Watts/2+ HP
- Speeds - 3 Speeds + Pulse
- Blender Pitcher Capacity - 72 oz. (9 cups)
- Blade Technology - Total Crushing Technology
- Food Processor Bowl Capacity - 64 oz. (8 cups)
- Food Processor Blade Attachments - Chopping Blade and Dough Blade
- Bowl in Bowl Capacity - 24 oz. (3 cups)
- Bowl in Bowl Attachment - Chopping Blade
- Nutri Ninja Cup Capacity - 16 oz. (2 cups)
- Warranty - 1 Year
- BPA Free
- Dishwasher Safe
What's in the box?
1500 Watt Motor Base, 72oz. Blender Pitcher, Blender Pitcher Lid, Total Crushing Blades, 64oz. Food Processor Bowl, Food Processor Lid, Chopping Blade, Dough Blade, 24oz. Bowl in Bowl, Bowl in Bowl Chopping Blade with Blade Adaptor, (2) Nutri Ninja Cups, Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blade, (2) Nutri Ninja To Go Lids, Instruction Book, Quick Start Guide, Inspiration Guide
Ninja Mega Kitchen System Family
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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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Confession: I was after a Nutri-Bullet, but I was disappointed by its small capacity. I was looking for something with a greater capacity, and I was willing to invest a little more money in something that could hold more. This was the next best option, or so it seemed.
Backstory: I knew two or three people that were very happy with their Nutri-bullet, although most of them only used it one or two times a week. I intended to use such a machine perhaps two or three times a day. I was not confident that the small, and kind of cheap-looking machine could handle that much use over a long period of time. Plastic items do not last long compared with glass and stainless products. The warranty the company is willing to give ought to confirm that for you. Both the Ninja and the Bullet have less-than-desirable warranties. That tells me, as a consumer, that the company does not stand by its product because they aren't dumb, and they know that these products aren't built to last. Avoid products with a one-year warranty or less as rule.
Despite my suspicions, I allowed the BBB rep try to sell me the Ninja. He told me first the he is SUPPOSED to sell the Nutribullet as much as he can, but that in good conscience he did not recommend it. I was mostly after a machine that would liquefy nuts, seeds, and fibrous items like coconut. I also wanted a machine that would minimize the taste of greens and algae that I wanted to incorporate into my smoothies since my young daughter will not eat any vegetables on her own accord. Come hell or high water, this child WILL eat something good for her even if I have to go broke trying to make that happen. The salesperson told me that the ninja obliterates anything he puts in it, and that he purchased several for himself being a personal trainer that frequently makes smoothies. OK, fine. I have an open mind. I am not too proud to take something back.
So, after attempting to make several different smoothies, I was confident that the machine could not handle coconut flesh and other very fibrous items. It barely broke down chocolate nibs and did very little to liquefy the seeds and greens. And that's what I purchased it for. I gave my daughter a glass of a smoothie that should of been delicious and at 3.5 years, she told me it was "too crunchy." Definitely a fail.
- The machine does pulverize things, but not finely enough.
- The motor of the machine smells funny when you press the button.
- If you make your smoothies in the morning, you should make sure you are all set up the night before if you aren't a morning person. You have to line everything up and make sure the arrows match or the machine will not work. I am not a morning person so I resent all of this after paying 200 dollars for it.
- The machine is made by Euro-Pro. If I had known that before I bought it, I wouldn't be writing the review. Their products have failed on me many times and the company shunned every effort I made to find a solution. They make products that are great for a month or two then short out. You know the Shark vacuums? Same people. If you are a fan of replacing appliances every year, you'll be alright!
- If you are just blending fruits, berries, yogurt and protein shakes, you will probably like the machine.
- If you are a tree-hugger like me that puts chia and hemp seeds, kale and cacao nibs in your smoothies, or any berries with seeds, this machine is NOT going to cut it, unless you carry floss with you everywhere and don't mind your smoothie tasting like there is sand in it.
- Don't let well-meaning sales people deter you from your plan. After watching several videos on YouTube, I have to say I had exactly the same results shown in the comparisons between Ninja & Nutri-Bullet. If you need a better machine than the Nutri-bullet, it's gonna cost hundreds more. I made the investment on a vita-mix since I am still somewhat young and have many years to reap the full benefit of it, and I eat many health foods. I encourage you to watch the vita-mix comparisons with the Nutri-bullet and the Ninja. After you watch those videos, you will be able to buy with confidence.
Oh, and the vita-mix is made in Ohio, not China, and the company offers a seven year warranty on its appliances. I don't mind spending more knowing that the company will back me up if something happens to the machine. Also, I like knowing that child laborers did not put my machine together.
FINAL NOTE: The vita-mix is a whopping 400-549 dollar investment. If you are making single servings, try the Nutri-bullet first, unless, like I said, you're making simple fruit smoothies and protein shakes. The Ninja is fine for that. But if you are trying to incorporate more super foods and greens into your diet, Nutri-bullet is the better choice, and the vita-mix is best if you can stomach the cost. I will review that when I have enough experience with it to offer a fair review. Hope this helped somebody, it took long enough to write.
UPDATE 11/26/13: After posting the review Amazon was contacted and they replaced the unit. The new replacement was received 11/25/13. The comments regarding the product and the manufacturer and warranty are still valid.
I have two minor and I mean minor cons:
1) It's big, expect all the parts to take up cabinet space. Singel Serve cups, lids, large food processor, dough mixers, inserts, etc. The parts don't fit nicely together to compact the space it takes up.
2) Usually when you buy blenders and juicers it comes with a cookbook. It does come with a small book of about 60ish receipes and over half are smoothies. There is a cookbook available running about 20-30 bucks, but if you pay over 200.00 for a blender the cookbook should have been a freebie.
If you are looking for a powerful blender I'd highly suggest it, It's in a higher price range, but you get a quality product.
I had to get six stiches at the ER on Christmas morning. We have kids who like to use the blender but after the two adults in the house got cut, we decided this was just too dangerous to have around.
So we see that the blade cuts well but didn't really get to try any of the other claims before we decided to send it back. Amazon return is excellent and our money was promptly refunded.