Ninja 4-in-1 Blender and Food Processor System Review

Hi Guys, today I’m reviewing the Ninja 4-in-1 Blender and Food Processor System. LINK to Ninja: https://amzn.to/2Od0fFC It comes with the base, 72 oz blender, 24 oz compact cup, food processor, spiralizer bowl, collecting bowl, feed chute lid, food pusher and 3 blade discs. All containers, blade assemblies, discs and lids are bpa free.
Washing – containers, lids, blade discs and blade assemblies are dishwasher safe
Lids, blade discs and blade assemblies are top rack dishwasher safe
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Comments

Bypass to a Leaner Lynn says:

On every ninja blender I’ve had, the individual cup is always better than the pitcher for smoothies.I wonder if they added the blades they use for the individual cup to the 72 oz. if that wouldn’t do a better job. Got a vitamix now and it is awesome. I did purchase the spiralizer/food chopper portion of the ninja and it works really well.

dsb188 says:

Im surprised you can’t blend hot or dry items. I had a ninja but the blade got dull quickly. Trying to save up for a Vitamix. Great review as always.

MyWhitelye says:

Every Ninja blender that I have owned has always cracked after a few uses. I really want to get this just for the spiralizer but I’m hesitant if it’s going to crack as well.

Doroteo Arango says:

great thank’s

YASSER M says:

You can manufacture peanut butter in this machine ???

Carol Binnie says:

I’m beginning to think you’re a mind reader Anita. I was going to ask you to review this , & lo & behold you do review it, before I could ask you.Please stop reading my mind Anita lol 😀 :p. Enjoy your favourite vegetable Kale lmao 😛 😀

Curiosity says:

Interesting. The IQ function; you need to want that as exercising your finger at this point might do a better job as you can see what is happening and adjust. I personally; even though this unit looked pretty decent; I’m done with all in one units. More space but tool for the job. I’m not knocking this unit as it looks well made and will fit some peoples budgets. I’m into tools that get one job done well. How many multi tools on the market are really usable for everything consistently. Zero space in the home this is probably the go to tool. My book buy a quality tool for each job at hand.

Sophie Lucas says:

Thank you for the video! I recently saw on qvc a new kitchenaid7 cup Ez store food processor. It has an unusual lid for a food processor where it just snaps on and the attachments store inside altogether. I would love to have your opinion on that sometime. If that’s possible. I always appreciate your unbiased insights.

nayomi311 says:

I’ve been looking at your review for mini food processors but still can’t decide. Can you recommend which one you prefer: Cuisinart 3 or 4 cup, Cuisinart Elite or Element, Kitchenaid 3.5 cup or another one?

Ramona DeLaney says:

What about showing the dough, frozen drink, and mix functions? I saw a review on this product that compared it to 2 other spiralizers and I believe it came in second.

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