1x 1500w Base with Auto-iQ
1x XL Blender Pitcher
1x Stacked Blade Assembly
1x 18 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
1x 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
1x 32 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
3x Nutri Ninja Sip & Seal Lids
1x Nutri Ninja Pro Extractor Blades Assembly
1x Instruction Book
I have the 3 speed, I don’t know about all this auto-iq nonsense, but this is a very good blender. if you have a few bucks to splash out, buy the individual serving smoothie cup and the broad, flat food processor thing for making mashed potatoes and sauce, they’re definitely worth the investment
Payed $145 almost 2 years ago. New with 72 oz. blending pitcher 64 oz. food processing bowl
Extractor blade for use with single serve cups
Stacked blade for use with 72 oz. pitcher
Metal food processor/chopping blade
Plastic Dough blade
Regular 24 oz. Nutri Ninja cup
Small 18 oz. Nutri Ninja cup
Two Sip and Seal lids
Pro Extractor Blade
Almost perfect timing, Meh! I was looking at the various Ninja blenders (which seems weird, because they’re Ninjas and I shouldn’t have been able to see them) just a couple weeks ago and waffling on whether to buy one or not. I thought to myself “Ah, these show up on Meh every once in a while, maybe I’ll get lucky!” And then I didn’t get lucky for two weeks (but that’s a whole other personal story I don’t need to get into) and I didn’t see any blenders on Meh until now!
I bought one!
I wish I’d had it this past week because I’ve been craving smoothies and my current blender is a piece of crap.
I’m skeptical that these so-called “Ninja” blenders are either made by or made of Ninjas. In fact, it seems pretty obvious they’re not made of ninjas because ninjas typically aren’t made of plastic. They’re made of ninja meat. And these things clearly aren’t made from meat of any kind. They seem to be made of plastic. As for the blenders being made by ninjas, that’s pretty far-fetched as well. I mean, do you think a ninja is going to spend years and years training to be a ninja, then throw all that specialized training away to stand in a factory making blenders? It strains credulity to think that even a single ninja would do that. But a whole factory full of ninjas? That’s utterly absurd! This leads me to a most disturbing conclusion: these blenders aren’t made from ninjas and they’re not made by ninjas because… they’re made for blending ninjas. Disgusting! After all, when you blend ninjas, not only do you ruin their mouthfeel entirely, you risk heating the ninjas, potentially destroying many of the antioxidants they contain which is the whole reason most people make ninjas part of their diet in the first place. If you really insist on getting all the benefits of ninja in drinkable form, at least use a slow-speed masticating ninja juicer. Although even with that option, you’ll be leaving all that nice ninja pulp behind which is really a waste.
@rv617 Just freeze the ninjas first, then you won’t have to worry about the heating. Freezing won’t damage the anti-oxidents. This puppy has plenty of power to handle frozen ninjas. Ahhh, there’s nothing like a frosty ninja smoothy.
@Felicianomiko I had one too, but it kicked the bucket after about a year (once or twice a week use). It replaced a Vitamix that lasted about 5 years. Now I have a Ninja (3 years, so far), and although not as powerful as the other two, the price is much more reasonable, and, it’s adequate for me.
I gulped and purchased it; please be kind to my smoothies (and fingers). I’ve been blending for ten years, and have been through a many Osters, and horrible experiences with Nutribullets. Cleaning has been my mine gripe. This Ninja may resolve that. I have chanted my “do not spill, do not spill” mantra, on the regular when using blenders… I hope, in time, that mantra is banished from my memory.
I have one of these. It is awesome. I bought one from Meh for my mom. Half of it doesn’t work. The large pitcher won’t turn on the blender, and the smoothie button doesn’t work for the small “smoothie” cups.
The power light flashes red when I hookup the large blender pitcher with the stacked blade assembly. I think I am following the directions to the T, locking the pitcher in place and lining up the triangle on Blender lid with the pitcher