Ninja Kitchen System 1100 – Model NJ602 with Free Cookbook

Ninja Kitchen System 1100 - Model NJ602 With Free Cookbook

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Experience Ninja's unmatched versatility. Discover how smart-speed technology and our 5-star rated multiple blade system make it easy to juice, blend, chop, and mix just about everything – from frozen drinks and soups to ice cream and pizza dough. It's more than a food processor. It's more than a blender. It's the Ninja Kitchen System.
Ninja Kitchen System Base and 40 oz. Processing Bowl with Blade and Lid
Get the best result every time thanks to easy-to-use controls and a smart design that automatically adjusts the motor speed to the consistency of the ingredients.
72 oz. Pitcher with Blade and Lid
Use the extra large pitcher for tall orders – whether you have a large family, are a health enthusiast, or like to entertain, you can make all the drinks you need and more!
Whisk Attachment, Dough Hook and Dough Paddle
Make homemade dough, batter, and more – easily! Pizza, biscuits, bread, and desserts at the touch of a button!

Customer Reviews

Excellent product

3 people found this helpful.
 on October 12, 2013
By JLCB
I got this system to replace my blender which had worn out and I’m impressed. I liked that it had multiple blades/paddles and two different sized bowls. Haven’t make cookie dough yet but I have make salsa, pureed soup, and mixed raw pork and beef for meatloaf which was great. I’ve also used it for “juicing” but this is NOT a mastecating juicer which I already knew. These juicers(very expensive) crush the juice out of the fruit/vegetable and remove the dry pulp. Ninja finely blends the pulp within the smoothie but you still taste the bits which is where all the fiber and nutrients are. I have blended kale, celery, carrots with pineapple, oranges, yogurt and water or milk for the nutrients.

Ninja has worked reliably for us

One person found this helpful.
 on August 18, 2012
By JWINK
Included with the Ninja mixer are the instructions, a large mixing container, a small mixing container, a large blade, a smaller blade, a large dough mixer blade, a small dough mixer blade, a small dough hook, and two lids.

Great so far

11 people found this helpful.
 on November 30, 2011
By Foxy Roxy
I had seen the infomercial for this blender months ago and finally decided to try it for myself. I made pizza dough just fine. Every day I have used it to make smoothies and they come out smooth, even with the frozen strawberries I put in it. A few times it seems like it stops on its own about 10 seconds into the blending and I have to unplug it and plug it back in, and that is the reason I give it 4 stars. Other than that it is great.

Love it so far!

 on April 30, 2013
By Richelle Rodriguez
I have had this product for a little over two months now and it gets daily use.

Not bad, a few design errors that make it not great.

 on January 22, 2014
By D. Myerscough
Square is a bad shape when you are trying to blend things. This thing is tough as nails, has plenty of power – seems like it would survive the end of the world with nothing more than a few scratches, but it will never be the best at blending things together. The areas created by the square corners become dead zones. Not a problem with thin viscosity liquids, but the thicker the material being blended, the worse it is. Forget dough! Just forget it! It sticks in the corners so bad you want to throw the thing at the wall. If you are planning to use this for anything but milkshakes and smoothies, get a different brand. This is a mighty expensive piece of equipment to mix a margarita, but it looks cool and impressive, and lets your most obnoxious friends know you have money.

Does the job and then some.

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 8, 2015
By B. Kauffman
Havent used the moxer yet, but the blender is amazing. Truly does turn ice into snow. Seems to grind through just about anything. Only downside is the blades are a bit awkward to clean (and super sharp!) Not sure how it compares to the Vitamix, but since I am unwilling to pay $400 for a blender, this more than does the trick.

What a surprise!!

One person found this helpful.
 on September 17, 2012
By loulou
I ordered the Ninja because I wanted something to make my Smoothies and Protein drinks in and also crush the ice. I have an expensive KitchenAid that I have been using for many years. But this is the first time I have tried crushing ice and making smoothies and the expensive blender could not handle it.I smelled the motor burning as it was straining to crush ice. But Ninja does an excellent job. Does not water down my drink which means it is not overblending the ice and they are uniform in size. The heavy duty motor makes quick work of the drinks without straining. Down the road I plan on using it to make other things. And the 2 different sizes of jars is great too. Gives you more options on how much of something you want to make. I was leery with a name like Ninja. Thought it was a gimmick. But it has lived up to it’s name!

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