What kind of Ninja Professional 72oz Countertop Blender do you need?
The Ninja professional blender 1000 features a sleek design and outstanding performance with 1000 watts of professional power 64 Ounce maximum liquid capacity Ninja total crushing blades gives you perfect ice crushing, blending, pureeing, and controlled processing crush ice and frozen fruit in seconds The 72 Ounce professional blender jar is perfect for making large batches of creamy, frozen drinks and smoothies for the entire family also perfect for large batches of delicious margaritas and daiquiris Blast ice into snow in seconds and blend your favorite ingredients into delicious sauces, dips and smoothies 6 blade assembly allows you to crush ice faster and blend ingredients smoother than other blenders. To clean the motor base, use a damp cloth to wipe clean
Do you know what is the superiority of this Ninja Professional 72oz Countertop Blender?
Crush ice for resort-style frozen drinks like margaritas, daiquiris, and more.
Blend ice, frozen or fresh fruits, and dairy to create delicious breakfast smoothies.
Cool off with frozen favorites like ice cream, snow cones, and more.
Make everything from restaurant-style sauces and purees to salsas and dressings.
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.
Customer reviewsowned 6 weeks
I m a healthcare professional and bought this after researching the competition i.e., Vita-Mix . After reading through a gazillion comments and reviews including CR who rates the Ninja 2 I opted for the lower priced Ninja. I have used mine twice a day for the 6 weeks I have owned it, I use it for making smoothies. I blend for health, I have a morning fruit and berry smoothie and I have an afternoon veggie smoothie. Blending is a really convenient way to get in all your servings of fruit and veggies each day without removing the very important fiber. So far, I love my Ninja. I have had stuff made with a Vita Mix in the past, but have never done a side by side comparison, though I can think of a few differences that are meaningful for me. One, the Vita Mix generates heat. They use it as a selling feature, that you can use it to make soups, but I like my smoothies cold, so it s not something I look for in a blender. Secondly, Vita Mix seems to win in all the comparisons with Ninja on smoothness, or thoroughness of blending. The only reason I knocked one star off the Ninja is because I have noticed that my smoothies are a bit chewier after several weeks of blender use. I attribute that to the fact that Ninja relies apparently on their sharp blades, which naturally dull with use-especially when blending frozen berries or ice which both of my smoothies contain . I ve noticed a subtle change in texture, no chunks, but definitely not a fine blend. My understanding is that Vita Mix has dull blades that work for years, they do not rely so much on sharpness as they do on speed The other thing in addition to heat that you get with a Vita Mix is aeration foam , which I do not notice with the Ninja. My smoothies are full of fruit and veggies, so they are full of fiber. If you are okay with having some noticeable fiber in your blend over time, the Ninja is a great deal at about 1 5 the cost. If that matters to you, expect that you will have it in time I started to notice it after about 25 blends . The blender cleans very easily and is simple to use. I ve never had to remove the top to tamp stuff down and I use 3 cups of leafy greens like kale and arugula, as well as whole carrots, celery, apples, and never have chunks. Overall it s a great machine. I cannot rate longevity since I ve only had it 6 weeks, but so far I m very pleased.