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Ninja Master Prep Professional Chopper, Blender, Food Processor (QB1004)
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- 48 oz. pitcher for frozen blending and smoothies
- 40 oz. bowl for food processing and meal preparation
- 16 oz. chopper bowl for even chopping
- All jars include convenient storage lids, are dishwasher safe, and are BPA free
- Includes: 450-Watt Power Pod, 16 oz. Chopper Bowl, Chopper Splash Guard, 1 Chopper Storage Lid, 40 oz. Processor Bowl, Stacked 4 Blade Assembly, 48 oz. Pitcher, Pitcher Splash Guard, Stacked 6 Blade Assembly, 1 Storage Lid for the 48/40 oz. Pitchers
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The Ninja Master Prep Professional handles all of your chopping, food processing, and blending needs in 3 conveniently sized jars great for personal servings or for entertaining. Put the power in the palm of your hand with the versatile Master Prep Professional, which crushes ice into snow in seconds, blends frozen fruits into creamy smoothies, and chops fresh ingredients evenly. Mince, dice, chop, blend, and puree in the 16 oz. (2 cup) chopper bowl or larger 40 oz. (5 cup) processor bowl, and blend in the 48 oz. (6 cup) pitcher.
The interchangeable 450-watt power pod quickly switches between the 48 oz. pitcher, 40 oz. processor bowl, and 16 oz. chopper bowl to allow for versatility in the kitchen. Once you are finished blending, processing, or chopping, use the convenient storage lids to keep your food fresh.
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I called the folks at Ninja and their only solution was to sell me a new lid and blade for 34.00. I can get the whole thing brand new for about $50. I understand the warranty is only good for a year through Amazon, but they show lifetime warranty on their site. Catch is you have to buy it directly from Ninja or they won't honor it. This will be my first and last Ninja product.
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Noticeable flaws: Overall, the Ninja Master Prep Professional does everything that it says, but interchangeable bulb was a bit too heavy (roughly 15 pounds) to be used for extended uses. We thought that it makes better sense for the pod to be at the bottom rather than at the top and have the bowls be plugged down into the bulb like other blenders rather than being placed on top. This allows for the bowls to be easily plugged in and adapted for different uses without straining to be picked up and moved around. The bowls themselves were larger than average and it took a lot of the kitchen footprint where most kitchens today (apartments and smaller living) require smaller kitchen appliances with multiple functioning.
Our answers to the frequently asked questions below:
Compared to Nutri Bullet and Cuisinart CPB-300?? Thank you!
It is tough to compare the two to this particular product. We had a Nutribullet and it fell apart after 2 years of use (the reason why we were looking for a new blender). The power of the Ninja Prep is a lot stronger, but if you're looking for a pure blender then we suggest buying the Nutri Ninja Pro Blender, Silver (BL456) instead of this product. The blender on that product is a lot better, but this product system will give you additional flexibility. We also like drinking directly from the bowls after we blend our mix and the Ninja Prep blending bowl is too large to do so (it's like drinking from a keg!).
Will it blend raw carrots,beets and ginger?
Yes, it will blend, but you'll notice debris throughout the blender. The blender will not break it down to a smooth fine grain. We blended carrots and spinach and tasted small chunks throughout the drink. Again, we suggest buying the Nutri Ninja Pro Blender, Silver (BL456) if you're looking for a product to drink from.
Does it chop nuts and dice veggies into perfect little choppy pieces?
The short answer is yes. It will chop nuts and dice veggies into small pieces. You would need to play around with the food processor a bit to get the consistency that you're looking for.
Overall, we like the versatility of the Ninja Prep, but the bulkiness of the bulb and large bowls made it less appealing. We would only recommend this product if you have a large kitchen and like the versatility of having three different blenders and choppers in one simple system.
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It has been durable and highly useful. I use it to chop onions and garlic for spaghetti sauce, and to make pesto with homegrown basil.
There are a few flaws but these are mainly flaws in documentation.
There is an undocumented feature the instructions make no mention of. The splash guards are keyed and must
be twisted/rotated into place to seal and mate properly with the jar. Once you figure this out, the jars seal just fine. Figuring it out is the tricky part. On the small bowl I've found it best to twist the splash guard into place. It then comes off simply by lifting.
Each blade assembly fits only one jar. It is important to size the jar to the job. I use the medium-size jar to chop onions and the small jar to make pesto. The multi-level blade assemblies contribute greatly to its chopping efficiency, so much so that one has to be careful not to overdo it. For example, when chopping onions, be careful not to chop too much or you'll wind up with onion puree instead of a chopped onion.
Make absolutely sure the blade assembly is properly seated on the spindle before using. Also, be careful when handling the blade assemblies. The blades are SHARP and it's easy to cut your finger on them (as I found out the hard way).
That's a problem because these do eventually break. About 2 years is how long the last one survived, so about 750-800 uses. Now, is it reasonable to expect that an electric motor (what usually breaks for me) on a $40 device will live forever? Definitely not. Is it reasonable for it to die after approx 3000 minutes (back of the napkin calculation) of use? Possibly not, but that's a decision for each buyer to make herself. I think they could do with an improvement here and I'd be willing to pay extra for that, hence 4 stars instead of 5 which this product would otherwise have richly deserved.
Nota Bene: I purchased this at full retail price and have no relationship with the manufacturer or the seller. This review was written solely to share my experience with this product for the benefit of the Amazon community. While I do often write up products sent to me as review samples, this is not one of those reviews. *All* of my reviews are frank, straightforward and hopefully helpful, but it is up to the reader to decide whether to trust a review or not. As such, just as I disclose having received a review sample when that is the case, I thought it prudent to state that this is not one of those cases.