Ninja Qb900B Master Prep Revolutionary Food And Drink Maker, Gray

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Posted on: January 18, 2016
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Rule the kitchen with the Ninja Master Prep. Designed to combat even the toughest culinary challenges, this revolutionary food and drink maker combines the best features of a traditional blender, a food processor, and a stick blender all in one device. The Ninja Master Prep puts the power in your hands with an ergonomic power pod. This interchangeable pod lets you move quickly from the blending pitcher to the food processing bowl for fast and easy prep work. Feel like a fiesta? Just fill the processing bowl with ingredients for salsa and the pitcher with ice and margarita mix. Then move down the line with the power pod and you’ve got an instant party. Forget mushy, soggy, half-chopped fruits and veggies. Ninja blade technology-with four uniquely stacked, cutting planes for all over contact-offers unique processing power for uniform cutting, blending, and ice crushing whatever you’re preparing. One-touch pulsing lets you mince, dice, chop, or puree with ease-just pulse your way to perfectly prepped ingredients. For added convenience, custom fit storage lids are for both the pitcher and bowl are included and all removable parts are dishwasher-safe.

Product Features

  • 48-Ounce blender and 16-Ounce food processor bowl with interchangeable power pod


  • William Morris
    Posted on January 18, 2016 at 5:15 PM
    Very satisfied 0
  • xxx
    Posted on January 18, 2016 at 5:34 PM
    weak plastic material used for pitcher I bought this item 5 months ago, used smaller pitch, and for only 2 purposes - making smoothies and mixing powdered almond with icing sugar to create consistency before using the mixture to bake macarons. Used it less than 3 times a week, all usage is within designed capacity.Small cracks appeared first at bottom of the pitcher. Soon more cracks, one is so big it runs from one side to the other right across the center. Obviously Ninja did not use quality plastic to make the pitcher, or the wall is too thin. It is not strong enough to endure the pressure and vibration the blades when rotating produce through the metal stud that is molded into the centre of the pitcher's bottom. That is the point where the pitcher holds the blade rod.I read the warranty and eventually decided to forget about claiming my right of replacement: customer needs to pay $19.95 of return shipping cost before the replacement is shipped. Should I pay that much to replace a cracked...
  • pat schwartz
    Posted on January 18, 2016 at 5:37 PM
    Great for Smoothies 0
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