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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. Try cutting the food into smaller pieces of even size, and processing smaller amounts per batch
- 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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|Color||Black||Black and Silver||Black||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||7.12 x 19 x 11.12 in||8.43 x 10.25 x 15.47 in||7.84 x 9.72 x 15.12 in||12.38 x 7.25 x 11.13 in||8.46 x 9.06 x 16.14 in|
|Item Weight||7.08 lbs||6.2 lbs||7 lbs||5.56 lbs||6.57 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic||Plastic||, ,||Plastic||Plastic|
|Size||48 Ounces||10 Cup||10 Cup||48 Ounce||12 Cup|
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.
First, the power is only 450 watts, which is about the same as the normal household blender. The people who have been writing these positive reviews - reviews upon which I relied when I bought this thing - seem like they have never heard of a blender or food processor. The bottom line with regards to power is indisputable - this is the same wattage as a weak blender. Regardless of what people are saying, bear this in mind - no more power than a blender. That's the biggest problem.
Second, the position of the blades relative to the size of the containers does not crush ice into snow as stated (unless you are willing to continually remove the motor and lid, and reposition the ice and/or the contents) and does not chop veggies or anything else evenly.
I tried to crush ice into snow. After repositioning the contents 4 times, I still had chunks of ice (the ice I started with was already crushed ice from our freezer dispenser). So yes, you'll get some snow. But you'll also get so many chunks of ice that it makes this thing useless relative to a blender. When I chopped veggies, the size difference was annoying. Any attempt to more finely chop the larger pieces liquified the smaller pieces.
Here's the thing. If you want to truly crush ice into snow, you need a professional blender (as you see in coffee shops or smoothie outlets). Amazon carries them, they operate on 1000 watts, and cost $200. The base motor (with blade) has to be wider than traditional blenders and the container wider throughout. The idea of 2 or 3 tiers of blades does not help in this regard.
If you want to chop veggies, you need a good food processor where the blades are proportionate to the container. These blades are far too spread apart to chop evenly.
One more thing. This product comes with 3 separate containers for different purposes. You'll need 2-3x the storage space of an ordinary blender.
The Amazon ad says that this lists for $69.95 (as of today). I paid $59.95 at Kohls and had a 30% off coupon. I also had $10 of Kohls cash that I used. That means my cost was about $32 before tax.
And I'm still taking it back.
Beware of some of these reviews. I mean, I have yet to read reviews that were so hyped up. I have to wonder about the origin. Just use common sense and if you still wat to try it, make sure you save the box and receipt.
However, as a blender it's not so great. I use blenders for two main things: grinding flaxseed, and making smoothies. My old Oster blenders could grind flaxseed to a fine powder, and make perfectly creamy smoothies. So I was more than a little disappointed to discover that my fancy Ninja blender could only barely grind flaxseed, leaving many seeds still whole even after extended blending, and most others only half ground. The smoothies it makes are okay, but I am drinking one right now and I have to chew it. Not quite what I expected from a blender I thought would be better than my $20 Osters.
When I bought this Professional set, I was very excited and within a few weeks I ordered a second set for my daughter to make smoothies. We have been using it once a week for about 4 months. Now it has stopped working completely. It has a one year warranty. Called the company. They said that they would repair it under warranty. The catch: you have to send $14.95 for shipping, though it actually costs only $7.99. They pretend that they pay for one way shipping, but in reality they charge you double. Not that I am worried about the charge, I do not like their deception. I have offered to send it to them at my expense and they return it to me at their expanse. But they do not agree. I have other food processors that have worked so well many years without any problem. I have not decided whether to repair it, maybe I should look for a better one. Being said that, I have to say that it works well when it does.
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