Ninja Ultima Blender Plus (BL830)
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- 1500 Watt, 2.5 Horsepower Beyond Professional Blending
- Total Crushing Technology to breakdown ice, whole fruits, and vegetables
- High Speed Cyclonic Technology to puree foods into a smooth and creamy state
- Pro Variable Speed - 10 speeds plus Pulse
- 3 Pro Single Serve Cups with Sip & Seal Lids for drinks on the go
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Ninja Ultima Blender+ (BL830)
The Ninja Ultima Blender+ offers beyond professional blade speed and performance to help create chef-inspired results at home! With the Dual Stage Blending technology you can create endless possibilities. Total Crushing blades breakdown ice, whole fruits and vegetables while the High Speed Cyclonic blades puree foods into a smooth and creamy state! Pro Variable Speed offers everything from gentle blending to total crushing to nutrient and vitamin extraction. With Nutri Ninja cups, create delicious, personalized smoothies for on the go with convenient Sip and Seal lids. All parts are BPA free and dishwasher safe.
Dual Stage Blending Technology
Dual Stage Blending is Ninja’s patent pending gear system which offers high torque Total Crushing technology AND high speed cyclonic blending in one jar to crush down ingredients and then liquefy them. The unique technology allows the two sets of blades to rotate at different speeds in order to first crush the larger ingredients and then quickly liquefy the small chunks. Total Crushing blades pulverize and crush through ice, whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. High speed cyclonic blades then puree the ingredients into a smooth, grit-free consistency.
Pro Variable Speed
Pro Variable Speed features a 10 speed variable dial as well as a powerful pulse up to 24,000 RPMs! This expansive speed range offers everything from gentle blending to total crushing to Nutrient & Vitamin Extraction. You can easily adjust to the correct speed without worry of over mixing or processing.
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 Ultima Blender+ (BL830)
- Model - BL830
- Power - 1500 Watts/2.5 HP
- Speeds - Pro Variable Speed, 10 Speeds + Pulse
- Blender Pitcher Capacity - 72 oz. (9 cups)
- Blade Technology - Dual Stage Blending (Total Crushing and High Speed Cyclonic Technology)
- Blade Material - Stainless Steel
- Nutri Ninja Cup Capacity - 16 oz. (2 cups)
- Nutri Ninja Cups Included - 3
- Cord Length - 3 feet
- Warranty - 2 Years
- BPA Free
- Dishwasher Safe
What's in the Box?
1500 Watt Motor Base, 72oz. Blender Pitcher, Blender Pitcher Lid, Removable Total Crushing Blade Assembly, (3) Nutri Ninja Cups, Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blade, (3) Nutri Ninja Sip & Seal To Go Lids, Instruction Book, Inspiration Guide
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I was a blender virgin when I decided to go out and invest in this baby... and let me tell you, when I was in my 20's a good blender was $20! I happened to get mine on super tale at Target for less than $190.
The good: I LOVE that it come with the smaller travel blender. Great for customizing smoothies, using to whipping cream, etc. I love the option for the huge blender bucket as well. I make smoothies all the time and trick my kid into eating kale, spinach, dates, wheat germ and chia seeds...bwhahahahah! I also freeze the smoothies into popcicles. I WISH I had this years ago to make home made baby food.
Perfect for smoothies, whips cream well, I use it to make crepe batter, soups, etc. I love this thing!!!! Very durable so far, and super easy to clean.
Easy to use, assemble and put together. Never had any problems with the lid, breaking etc... and I bang on mine a lot (why you ask would I need to... see below).
The bad: for ANY of these high performance blenders you need to learn how to use them... not the toggle switch but the rules. I have a bad habit of overfilling the mini blenders which makes for a less smooth smoothie... but still does awesome. Also, if you use all frozen items, you must add enough liquid otherwise you get flavored snow. Pretty cool, but doesn't blend too well since it sticks to the sides of the container...hence my need to bang the whole apparatus... without stopping and scraping down the sides (this is an observation for the small travel blender).
These blades are DANGEROUS!! I sliced off my finger tip when I reached into the larger blender to removed excess frozen blue berries (yes it was unplugged). You have to remember there are blades at the TOP and not just the bottom of the blender, which is what makes it work so well. My understanding is the VitaBlend does not have this top blade system and therefore is likely more safe. The center multilevel blade is very easily removable to easy cleaning and should be removed if you are blending liquids, soft foods, etc (the booklet explains all of this too)
Crazy loud but so are all of the power blenders.
If you want a crazy awesome power blender that make perfect smoothies but don't want to drop $600, THIS IS THE BLENDER TO YOU.
SO, end review: very poweful blender that makes perfect smoothies and so much more! Economical compared to VitaBlend and I say if you find it for $200, you jump on it and buy it!!
I appreciate the variable speed control and I actually like the slight delay before the motor reaches the full power of the speed selected. It's like it has an internal "clutch" similar to a manual shift car. It allows time to adjust if the selected speed is stronger than needed/wanted for the task BEFORE reaching "full" speed.
The pulse feature is quite powerful, almost too much so. I am still experimenting but it would be nice if the variable speed also applied to the pulse feature as to not overly chop something meant to be chunky like pico de gallo. One short pulse can really "go to town" on a tomato, jalapeno, onion etc. This is absolutely NOT a deal breaker!!
I have read others review stating that it doesn't get everything smooth, which makes me question how long than ran the machine. At the smoothie place, it has taken over 5 minutes of blending, shaking, swirling, fast, slow, etc, to get it to the right consistency and they are using the industrial Vmix machines. I have run the Ninja less than that and everything was smooth.
I have not made whipped cream or ice cream or the like but I didn't buy it for that purpose. I do foresee using it for soups in the Fall and Winter though. I saw online somewhere not to blend hot items in the Ninja but I think that if the pour spout is opened at the top and don't over fill it with food, it should be fine as long as the steam is allowed to escape preventing any pressure build up.
All in all, I am very happy with it. It's sleek and cool looking, powerful and does what I want/need it to do and definitely worth my $200!
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