Ninja Professional Blender 1000 (BL610)

December 23, 2014 - Comment

The Ninja Professional Blender 1000 features a sleek design and outstanding performance with 1000 watts of professional power. Ninja Total Crushing blades gives you perfect ice crushing, blending, pureeing, and controlled processing. The XL 72 oz. professional blender jar is great for making drinks and smoothies for the whole family. All parts are BPA free

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The Ninja Professional Blender 1000 features a sleek design and outstanding performance with 1000 watts of professional power. Ninja Total Crushing blades gives you perfect ice crushing, blending, pureeing, and controlled processing. The XL 72 oz. professional blender jar is great for making drinks and smoothies for the whole family. All parts are BPA free and dishwasher safe.

Product Features

  • 1000 Watts of Professional Performance Power
  • Total Crushing Technology crushes ice, whole fruits & vegetables in seconds!
  • Frozen Blending for creamy fruit smoothies
  • XL 72 oz. capacity to create drinks for the whole family
  • BPA Free & Dishwasher Safe

Comments

Unity Dienes says:

Rivals the Vitamix, at one-fifth the cost This is a GREAT blender that rivals my much more expensive Vitamix. I’ve taken a break from my Vitamix 5200, which retails for 5 times the cost of this blender, to test this one out for a week. I love it! It gives my Vitamix a run for the money. Here are some observations:For chopping, this blender is impressive. It looks so much like a food processor that I tried chopping an onion, and got acceptable results. I would absolutely use this for that. (The Vitamix can’t do this at all.)For ice crushing, YES! Yes, yes, yes. Snow in blazingly fast time. Sno-cones, margaritas, whatever, this blender has that application covered. Fantastic results, far better than the Vitamix.For pulverizing, I thought it was very good. This was the area that the Vitamix outshone the Ninja, but I think the Ninja did just fine. In my homemade jalapeño-coleslaw dressing, the blender didn’t quite get all the jalapeño pulverized, and there…

Amazon Customer "..." says:

Loving this inexpensive blender. It’s SO powerful and makes great smoothies in seconds. I’ve been a fan of the Ninja blender since it first appeared in infomercials. The crossbreeding of a food processor with a blender made sense for my purposes. I still own and use the original blue top-motor Ninja, but the blades have become chipped from a few too many ice cubes. That’s probably my fault. The beauty of the Ninja’s blades are how well they slice through large foods. For liquids and hard solids like ice or nuts, a traditional blender with the dull blades are the bottom is the preferred tool. Sharp blades like a Ninja’s or food processor, are thinner metal by nature and prone to chipping against hard things. Fresh ice definitely qualified as hard, as the Titanic will attest.My original Ninja, while still functional, is ready to be retired. I’d already been looking at Ninja Pro, Vitamix and Blendtec, but was waiting for the right deal at Costco. So, I was fortunate enough to catch this on Vine. It looks similar to a Vitamix or Blendtec, which I’m sure is not a…

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