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Nutri Ninja Ninja Blender Duo with Auto-iQ (BL642)
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- XL 72 oz. Total Crushing blender pulverizes ice to snow in seconds for creamy frozen drinks and smoothies (64 oz. Max Liquid Only Capacity)
- Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blades break down whole fruits, vegetables, ice and seeds for nutrient & vitamin extraction*
- Auto-iQ technology features timed, intelligent blending programs that do the work for you, no guesswork required
- Includes Three Nutri Ninja cups (18oz, 24oz and 32oz) with Sip & Seal Lids and a 75 Recipe Cookbook
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What's In the Box?
- 1500 Watt/2 HP Motor Base with Auto-iQ Technology.
- 72 oz. ** Pitcher with Lid and Pour Spout.
- Total Crushing Blades.
- (1) Small 18 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup.
- (1) Regular 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup.
- (1) Jumbo Multi-Serve 32 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup.
- (3) Sip & Seal Lids.
- (1) Pro Extractor Blade.
- Instruction Book.
- Auto-iQ Program Guide.
- 75 Recipe Cookbook.
Nutri Ninja| Ninja Blender Duo with Auto-iQ
The Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender Duo with Auto-iQ offers many unique benefits that take the guesswork out of drink making! Auto-iQ technology provides intelligent processing that combines timed pulsing, blending, and pausing functions that do the work for you. Our Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blades break down whole fruits, vegetables, ice and seeds for nutrient and vitamin extraction*. Our XL 72 ounce** blender’s Total Crushing Blades pulverize ice to snow in seconds.
It also helps you determine the correct time needed when blending. Its digital countdown timer displays how much time remains on the one of five Auto-iQ Intelligent settings you choose, or counts up to track blending time when using one of its three manual speeds.
Its multi-serve Nutri Ninja Cups with Sip and Seal Lids in three sizes allow you to make nutrient-rich super juices, creamy frozen drinks, and smoothies for the entire family to take on the go.
All jars, blades, and lids are BPA free and dishwasher safe.
*extract a drink containing vitamins and nutrients from fruits and vegetables.
**64 ounce Max Liquid Only Capacity.
- Auto-iQ technology features timed, intelligent blending programs that do the work for you, no guesswork required.
- XL 72 oz. Total Crushing blender pulverizes ice to snow in seconds for creamy frozen drinks and smoothies (64 oz. Max Liquid Only Capacity).
- Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blades break down whole fruits, vegetables, ice and seeds for nutrient & vitamin extraction*.
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 7 x 17.5 in||12 x 9.25 x 16.38 in||8.19 x 10.63 x 15.75 in||10 x 7 x 17.5 in|
|Item Weight||10.1 lbs||9.96 lbs||9.45 lbs||10.1 lbs|
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The Nutri Ninja with Auto-iQ takes the guesswork out of drink making. Auto-iQ Technology features intelligent programs that combine unique timed pulsing, blending and pausing patterns that do the work for you.
Top Customer Reviews
2/27/15 I've been making/drinking green smoothies now for 3 months. I use kale or collard greens (I lightly steam & store in freezer...supposedly too much raw can give you too much oxilate, I really don't know, so sometimes I eat raw, sometimes steamed, sometimes the powdered kale), an apple, green vegetable powder (various companies make these superfood powders), blueberries, protein powder, lemon juice, carrot juice (purchased from a store), and occasionally a banana & or goat mineral whey. Anyway, I thought I had hair loss from my hashimotos, but after drinking these for 3 mos. my hair has grown back. So my previous hair loss may have been due to lack of vitamins and minerals the way nature intended and not from a pill. Had I known what these types of foods could do for me, I would've started drinking these green smoothies a long time ago. I never ate kale or collard greens before, but when you mix them in your smoothie you hardly know its there. I read it's good to change things up, so I change up my smoothies every week w/a variety of ingredients. I never would've started to eat this healthy if it wasn't for the convenience of the Ninja Duo. It makes eating healthy more doable. Unfortunately, I haven't lost any weight :( I still like cookies, ice cream, etc.!
So far I have used the cups to make fruit smoothies and herbal tinctures. For herbal tinctures I think a mortar & pestle to grind dried herbs then adding vodka is a better method than trying to use a blender, but it doesn't do a _bad_ job.
For fruit smoothies - this is by far the best I've tried. I've tried conventional blenders, the magic bullet (which for all its shortcomings I like, but it seems like it is designed to eat gears to foster frequent replacement - after buying a replacement after wearing out the motor in the first, and replacement gears for the second, I'm done with it!), and a couple of other higher-end blenders. The cup blade is great (that small center blade makes all the difference) - I can stuff the cup full of fruit, ice, flax seeds, whey powder, and so much kale and spinach to the point where I have to push down on the base to close it, and the ninja handles it fine; it makes sure everything gets mixed by periodically "pulsing" full power and then using gravity to let everything fall, then goes to town at high speed for a bit, pulses a couple more times then runs at full speed until the cycle has run a full minute, resulting in what is by far the smoothest smoothies I've ever had. I have also used the ninja cups to make marinade.
Food processor - I've used it so far to make batter, whipped potatoes, and cat food and it does a very good job. I was surprised at how quickly it will process raw chicken. I've yet to use it to make bread dough or otherwise use the mixing blade.
Cleaning - I just rinse, refill with water and dish detergent and run the unit on high for a few seconds. Unlike with other blenders and food processors, this will run fast enough to fully clean the containers and blades. Very easy cleanup!
Blender - I don't use full-size blenders very often but I did try it full of ice and it turned it into snow, just as advertised. I do not drink often at all but I do enjoy a mudslide or margarita now and then so I will try making frozen margaritas this weekend and post an update.
Very powerful. I think it compares well against the almighty Blendtec, without sacrificing versatility.
Blades are SHARP - every blender and food processor maker will claim it but how many are sharp enough to cut you and not feel the pain until later? Be careful! These blades really are sharp!
Very high speed - the cups will make the best smoothies, and the food processor the smoothest, fluffiest whipped potatoes you've had!
It is LOUD!
The mechanism makes a grinding sound - which makes me wonder if the warranty is long enough
Did I mention it is LOUD?
I cannot find additional blades and cups in retail stores and additional cups and blades are a bit pricey.
Note on Youtube Nutri Ninja Auto-IQ model comparisons vs. Blendtec - I've watched one where this woman compared the Blendtec BLENDER against the Ninja FOOD PROCESSOR and pronounced the Ninja a failure because it wasn't nearly as smooth and it didn't get all the kale. What she fails to acknowledge is that a) the correct attachment was visible in the video - she had the blender right there and she chose the food processor, which runs at a lower speed and b) has a blade designed for cutting not blending, and c) she had the kale wedged between the lid and the food processor bowl so it was impossible for the ninja to pull it through the blade. The Ninja was set up for failure. I would like to see real comparisons because I think that the Ninja might be up to Blendtec's "Will it blend" challenges.
I am still VERY happy with this blender; it still gets daily use. I have used the food processor, full-size blender as well as the small blender and all work wonderfully. The food processor works well, but not as well as a dedicated food processor. I kind of expected that, but I am still happy with the results.
The cup blade: this was the weak point of the Magic Bullet it replaced. I have since had the unpleasant experience of using a Nutri-Bullet and found the same bad experience I had with the Magic Bullet; the bearing in the blade eats itself, as does the rubber gear on the bottom.
Blender: Also, since then I have had the unfortunate experience to have to use a Blendtec while traveling. I was expecting even better results than my Ninja given all the hype, and the impressive "Will it blend" videos. Well, I found that the blendtec leaked out of the blade bearing (same problem I found with the Magic Bullet!), and it left large chunks of strawberry in my... smoothie, er, um, lumpy? With the blendtec I had to stir everything up by hand and then try blending again, and even then it could not match the consistency of the Ninja.
The blade's rubberized is starting to show signs of wear - not unexpected after over a year of daily use - but I have not had to seek a replacement yet as there is no leakage through the bearing, and I am not hearing the dreaded grinding sound that skipping gears make in the Magic Bullet.
The worst I've had is when I cram stuff into the cup and start blending, if I put oatmeal and whey powder in first it can get stuck to the bottom (top while blending); no blender will fix this. However all I need to do is take the cup off the base, shake it a bit and tap the side, and put it through another smoothie cycle and it completes the job. The fix is to not put anything that will make "glue" in first, but put it in the middle or near the top, which will make it reach the blade sooner.
I especially love the included the dishwasher-safe plastic cups (small, medium and large) that use a small blade that fits onto the blender. This is ideal for individual portions and it does a fantastic job of turning any kind of fruit into a great-tasting smoothy (just add a bit of ice). The digital timer will do all the work. Once it's complete you can drink right from the cup or enjoy it later by using one of the three included sip-n-seal lids.
My short video review has more details. I hope it helps and feel free to leave any questions in the comments section. I give the Nutri Ninja Blender 5 stars and two thumbs up!
I bought it and received it just today; but I've used it so far to mill oatmeal to flower (and make oatmeal pancakes), as well as a few smoothies. I am very pleased. I've used a Bullet in the past, and was happy with it; but the Nutri Ninja Duo takes the cake hands down.
Although I did have to run the blender a little longer to get the oatmeal to the consistency I desired, the machine handled the job. As for the smoothies - they were as smooth as silk (and tasty, too). Besides a little almond milk, everything else I put in was well frozen; the Ninja made short work of it. I am very pleased with my purchase and will recommend the Ninja to friends and family.