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Nutri Ninja Pro (BL456)
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- Nutrient & Vitamin Extraction
- BPA Free Nutri Ninja Cups
- Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blades break down whole fruits, vegetables, ice and seeds for nutrient & vitamin extraction*
- (1) Regular 24 oz. and (1) Small 18 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup with Sip & Seal Lids allow you to take nutrient-rich super juices on the go
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Nutri Ninja Pro (BL456)
The Nutri Ninja Pro provides you with powerful Nutrient and Vitamin Extraction* performance to extract hidden nutrition from whole fruits and veggies**. 900 watts of professional power breaks down fruits and vegetables for nutrient-rich juices on the go. Ninja Pro Extractor Blades crush through ice, seeds, skins and stems for a smooth, even consistency. Twist on the Sip and Seal Lids and take your drinks with you. All parts are BPA free and dishwasher safe.
*Extract a drink containing vitamins and nutrients from whole fruits and vegetables.
** By blending whole fruits and vegetables, including portions that are normally discarded.
The Nutri Ninja Pro provides you with powerful Nutrient & Vitamin Extraction* performance to extract hidden nutrition from whole fruits and veggies**. 900 watts of professional power breaks down fruits and vegetables for nutrient-rich juices on the go. Ninja Pro Extractor Blades crush through ice, seeds, skins and stems for a smooth, even consistency. Twist on the Sip & Seal Lids and take your drinks with you. All parts are BPA free and dishwasher safe. (*Extract a drink containing vitamins and nutrients from whole fruits and vegetables ** By blending whole fruits and vegetables, including portions that are normally discarded)
Top Customer Reviews
It never made smoothies smooth, it couldn't chop herbs well at all, and eggs? They became a frothy, runny mess.
Flash forward several years later and I'm now curious about Green Smoothies. I knew I didn't want to spend money on a big expensive blender, so the 2 contenders were the Nutri Ninja and the Nutribullet Pro. I read reviews, watched YouTube demos and thought they both looked pretty good. The Nutribullet has more accessories and 2 blades which initially almost sold me. The blades are flat and my experience with the Magic Bulket flat blade told me that this blade wouldn't work as well as a traditional 4 blade model with 2 different levels of blending (which the Nutri Ninja has). The next bit of info I stumbled upon made my decision very easy. In July of 2014, Consumer Reports cautioned consumers about the Nutribullet Pro stating "Latest NutriBullet poses safety hazard.
A blade on the NutriBullet Pro 900 can break, causing risk of ingestion."
The warning from Consumer Reports along with a $30 cheaper price tag on the Ninja lead me to purchase a Nutri Ninja and I'm so happy I did!
It works exactly how I had hoped. Smooth consistency with absolutely no chunks. I've blended veggies, fruits (fresh and frozen), ice, seeds, nuts, made milkshakes...everything was perfect. Cleanup is easy since you can use the top rack of the dishwasher.
I make green smoothies daily in the large cup using the following recipe and they are smooth, creamy, cold and healthy. They also happen to taste great:
1 cup liquid (water, green tea, whatever you want. Fruit juice would sweeten it up but it also adds a lot of carbs)
1 cup greens (spinach, kale, bok choy, Swiss chard, cilantro, etc. - use in any combination)
1 1/2 cups frozen fruit (you can use fresh, but the smoothie will be much better if at least 1/2 cup is frozen)
3 ice cubes
Optional - add ins such as flax, nuts, ginger, lemons ( minus the peel and seeds)
A recipe for a quick milkshake that blends up perfectly:
2 cups vanilla ice cream
1 cup milk
1 TBSP sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
I would recommend the Nutri Ninja without hesitation.
After 6 months of nearly daily use my opinion remains unchanged - this is a great product. It blends so smoothly and evenly. I do put the container and blade on the top rack of the dishwasher, so cleaning is effortless and the parts appear to be no worse off than if I were to hand wash them. Still easily 5 stars.
Still love my Nutri Ninja Pro 900 watt blender. Not once has it failed to turn out great results.
Yes, I still wash the blending cup and blade in the dishwasher and no problems there.
Just a note about green smoothies. I have found that the recipe I posted earlier is too high in carbs for me daily. I have changed the ratio to 1:1 for fruits and veggies (so I cup of spinach and 1 cup of frozen fruit -- it could be 1 fruit or a combo). This works better if you are carb sensitive.
My favorite meal replacement smoothie from this past year was:
1 cup unsweetened green tea (or water)
1 cup spinach
1/2 cup frozen blueberries
1/2 cup frozen pineapple
3 TBSP toasted coconut greek yogurt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 TBSP natural almond butter
I'm happy to report that my Nutri Ninja Pro is still working just as great as the day I got it. Still using the dishwasher to clean the cup and blade with no ill effects. Love this blender. My current favorite recipe to make is iced coffee.
1 cup milk (I use 1%)
5 coffee ice cubes (I pour left over coffee into ice cube trays and freeze)
1 ice cube
Sweetner (I like low carb, so I add just a splash of almond joy or hazelnut coffee creamer. The kids like it sweet, so they get 1/2 TBSP sugar plus 2 TBSP Torani French Vanilla Syrup).
After using my blender for the better part of 10 months I've come to a conclusion. #1 DON'T OVERFILL #2 CLEAN THE SEAL.
I'm sure all of us at some point have been guilty of over filling a conventional blender and the result is material fit for a comedy.
If you disintegrate a solid object into a billion pieces it's going to take up more space. The blender will become a pressure vessel & hydraulic forces will find a way out. DON'T OVER FILL this or any blender for that matter. I suppose too if the base is cross threaded it won't form a proper seal.
If you look at the reviews of ALL brands of blenders there is a common thread to all the negative comments. Are all blenders poorly designed? Not likely. It more plausible to me that a certain percentage of folks either ignore the directions or are in such a hurry they over fill the container. Of course there is the possibility a individual product is defective but that's going to happen regardless of brand.
The Second big issue seemed to be cleanliness / sanitation.
In my opinion not only is the seal removable on the ninja but it is absolutely imperative that you do so, no amount of soap and water is going to clean around the seal, once you see how it is constructed I'm sure you'll agree. I guess they're fragile if you go digging it out with a buck knife but don't do that , use the correct tool. Again this issue is not unique to the ninja but common with many blenders.
The seal on the ninja is not an O ring or flat gasket style , It's a 8mm wide silicone 1mm thick pcompression seal and with a little care can be removed allowing for proper cleaning of the seal and its seat. AND REPLACEMENT SEALS ARE AVAILABLE if it does get damaged over time, I located scores of sellers online.
Once a week at a minimum I use a dental style pick tool to carefully lift the seal out for a thorough cleaning.
Once you pull that seal out and observe how it's made it all makes sense.
So, don't put too much stuff in it and take 5 minutes a week to clean the seal and you'll be golden.
Now on to the good stuff.
For a personal blender in a pregnant category where many sell for $200.00 to $400.00 this comes in at the low end of the price range but appears to have good quality control using the same materials as higher priced designs. The walls of the blending cups are thick as are the stainless blades.
Another feature I noticed was the where the motor drive mates with the blade cap, the latter is made of a softer material that absorbs shock rather than transmitting it thru the drive assembly reducing the chance of fractures.
No it's not quiet by any stretch of the imagination but the vast majority of the noise seems to be produced by the blending process not the motor itself.
I read a review by one poor soul who's unit belched sparks out the motor ventilation ports, needless to say an isolated issue.
In summary; I've used my ninja for 10 months on average 6 days pre week. I've put every combination of foods in from ginger root to grapes , yogurt to yucca , cucumber to cranberries, peanuts to passion fruit and with the proper ratio of solid to liquid filled to the correct level I can honestly say I've never had a problem . I've concocted some nasty tasting mixtures I'll never do again but the ninja still looks & performs like new.
I'm a very skeptical customer and was in a quandary about which blender to buy. Every brand was on the table, Oster Bruan Vitamix Jamba Juice Blendtec NutriBullet and believe me I have no problem returning a sub par product but this little guy has given me no reason to say anything but good things.
There's literally millions of these out there being used by every variety of person and the odds are some will have a bad experience. Is the vast majority that love these & haven't had an issue wrong? Or is it more likely the few that for whatever reason had a bad experience are upset and vocal? Common sense tells you the answer. Even Rolex has its critics.
One last thing, The 32oz cup is a handy addition to consider. I can easily make drinks for three in one shot & be done with it.
I received nothing in return for my review.
I am in no way associated with this product.
I am a 56-year-old retired truck driver.
I highly recommend this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loud, but buy it. Make all your smoothies taste like you bought it at a health food drive thru (professionally done).
Works ok on green smoothies but very difficult to keep the base clean