Ninja Kitchen System 1200 (BL700)

December 23, 2014 - Comment

Ninja Kitchen System 1200 The Ninja Kitchen System 1200 is equipped with 1100 watts of professional power for all of your dough making, food processing and blending needs. This professional kitchen system offers a wide range of versatility, allowing you to KNEAD dough into creative pizzas, pretzels, breads and cookies, CRUSH ice into snow in

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  Ninja Kitchen System 1200

The Ninja Kitchen System 1200 is equipped with 1100 watts of professional power for all of your dough making, food processing and blending needs. This professional kitchen system offers a wide range of versatility, allowing you to KNEAD dough into creative pizzas, pretzels, breads and cookies, CRUSH ice into snow in seconds, BLEND whole fruits & veggies into delicious smoothies or use the PULSE button for controlled processing.

Total Crushing Technology

Total Crushing Technology delivers unbeatable professional power with blades that pulverize and crush through ice, whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. Blast ice into snow in seconds and blend your favorite ingredients into delicious sauces, dips and smoothies!

40 oz. Food Processing Bowl

This Ninja food processor handles all of your chopping and dough making needs. With the high-quality stainless steel blades, experience perfect, even chopping every time! The dough blade allows you to effortlessly mix pizza and bread dough, while the dough paddle is perfect for making delicious cookie doughs!

Ninja Kitchen System 1200 Model – BL700Power – 1100 WattsSpeeds – 3 Speeds + PulseBlender Pitcher Capacity – 72 oz. (9 cups)Blade Technology – Total Crushing TechnologyFood Processor Bowl Capacity – 40 oz. (5 cups)Food Processor Blade Attachments – Chopping Blade, Dough Blade, Dough PaddleWarranty – 1 YearBPA FreeDishwasher Safe

Product Features

  • 1100 Watts of Professional Performance Power
  • 72 Ounce XL Pitcher with Pour Spout
  • 40 Ounce Processing Bowl
  • Smart Speed Technology
  • Dishwasher Safe/ BPA Free

Comments

R. Taylor "R. Taylor" says:

Best of the Best Blender’s Updated 02-02-2012 * Sugar free version added to recipeI got this for my birthday from my husband and son, they are good boys! It was something we had looked at on the TV ads and kept thinking on and surprise, I did get one! I was so happily surprised with the way this contraption did absolutely everything they claimed on the TV ad, although we’re not normally the infomercial buying kind of people, we wait for them to hit the stores to trek the “As Seen on TV Isle”.I always start off with a warning when needed, so WARNING, THE BLADES ARE FREAKING SHARP, My husbands already cut himself at least three times just barely touching them, always-always-always keep the blade locked inside the containers, the other pieces can float around your drawers or wherever you keep them, but the blades, keep them locked inside the pitcher/blender units. The Pitchers are also plastic, they don’t mar or cut easily, but the blades can and will scar them up, so careful keeping your…

Richard Patterson says:

Almost a Vitamix for $500 less I have had the Ninja 1100 for two weeks, and am very happy with my purchase. I bought the Ninja because my Oster blender doesn’t have the power to do a good job crushing ice for frozen drinks or blend frozen fruit and ice into sorbets or smoothies. My brother bought a Vitamix, which does an excellent job, but at over $600 is WAY outside my price range.Overall, the Ninja does a great job. The blender is powerful enough to turn a full carafe of ice into fine snow. I take frozen fruit (peaches, mixed berries) add a little fruit juice, ice, Splenda and yogurt to make awesome fruit sorbet for dessert – it comes out the consistency of soft-serve ice cream. It also makes some of the best frozen margaritas ever – smooth and icy, but you can use less ice because it is so powerful.If you read some other reviews, you will see that there are complaints that the blender doesn’t always blend everything perfectly smooth. The important word here is “perfectly” – it does…

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