Ninja BL610 Professional 72 Oz Countertop Blender with 1000-Watt Base and Total Crushing Technology for Smoothies, Ice and Frozen Fruit, Black, 9.5 in L x 7.5 in W x 17 in H: Home & Kitchen

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PROFESSIONAL POWER: 1000 watts of professional power can crush ice and breakdown any tough ingredient. XL CAPACITY: The 72 oz professional blender pitcher is excellent for making frozen drinks and creamy smoothies for the entire family. 64 oz. max liquid capacity INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY: Total Crushing Technology delivers unbeatable power with blades that pulverize and crush through ice, whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. ICE CRUSHING: Blast ice into snow in seconds and blend your favorite ingredients into delicious resort-style frozen drinks RECIPE INSPIRATION: The included recipe guide provides drink and dish making inspiration. EASY CLEANUP: Pitcher is BPA free and dishwasher safe, making cleanup just as simple and easy as using the blender. WHAT’S INCLUDED: 1000 Watt Motor Base Professional Blender & 72 oz Total Crushing Pitcher with Lid.

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Frozen Drinks

Crush ice for resort-style frozen drinks like margaritas, daiquiris, and more.

Smoothies

Blend ice, frozen or fresh fruits, and dairy to create delicious breakfast smoothies.

Frozen Treats

Cool off with frozen favorites like ice cream, snow cones, and more.

Sauces, Dips & Sides

Make everything from restaurant-style sauces and purees to salsas and dressings.

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Wattage 1000 Watts 1200 Watts 1100 Watts 1500 Watt 1000 Watts
Automatic Programs 4 3 0 0 2
Manual Programs 4 5 4 5 2
Total Crushing Blades
Nutrient Extraction
Pitcher/Jar (1) 72 oz. Pitcher (1) 72 oz. Pitcher (1) 72 oz. Pitcher (1) 72 oz. Pitcher (1) 8 Cup Food Processor Bowl Not included
# of Cups & Lids Not included (1) 18 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup. (1) 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup. (1) 32 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup (2) 16 oz. Nutri Ninja Cups (2) 16 oz. Nutri Ninja Cups (1) 18 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup. (1) 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
Recipes 25-Recipe Cookbook 75-Recipe Cookbook Inspiration Guide Inspiration Guide 75-Recipe Cookbook
BPA Free
Dishwasher-Safe Parts

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  1. 10

    by George Bullock

    Finally, I have a REAL blender! I purchased two blenders on Amazon over the past few years. I had an Oster which lasted me many years, and I recently (like in the past week) ordered a Comfee which claimed to be able to crush ice and do smoothies. It had a great price and nice design, but it could not do the job. Returned it. This Ninja Pro performed right out of the box and crushed 10 ice cubes plus frozen fruit into powder in less than 10 seconds. I should have gotten this one first.PROS:The design and construction is top notch professional grade. If you are concerned that it uses a plastic pitcher, don’t be. It cleans up perfectly and is definitely up to the task. I think to be safe I will be hand washing it. It comes apart for easy cleaning. The pitcher lid actually locks down so it CAN’T come off. You have to push a “release” button to take the top off. It also has a convenient pour spout which has it’s own flip up cover. The whle unit feels solid and built to last.CONS:This thing is very tall when assembled for blending. That is not really a con if you put it away after using, but if you plan to leave it on the counter set up, it will make a tall presence and will be the tallest thing on your counter by far. It has a nice design, but it’s very tall. Other than that, I cannot find any faults in it.

  2. 10

    by Zorglub

    This model of Ninja wins on price and on not needing a pusher when you are blending thick stuff: the multi-level blades do help blend the stuff at the top.Both are pretty powerful, and rarely stall. Neither will handle super thick stuff.In other ways the Vitamix is better: it’s easier to clean, you don’t need to sharpen the blades, and it’s easier to get thick blends out of the blender. The Ninja instructions tell you to scrub the blade unit by hand: that’s awkward to do, but I’ve not cut myself (yet). In contrast the Vitamix instructions tell you to run the machine with soapy water in it – much easier. Vitamix tells you that you don’t need to sharpen the blades at all, and I’ve not noticed any decrease it its performance. Ninja performance noticeably decreased after a month of daily blending smoothies containing lots of ice cubes. To get your finished blend out of the Ninja, you can either pull the blades (and adhering delicious glop) out of the blender (messy), or hold the blades in place and scoop the glop out (taking pains to avoid the blades) – not really a big problem, but it takes more effort than getting the glop out of the Vitamix.So it’s really a messy trade-off. Personally, I’ve gotten used to the long ago up-front cost of the Vitamix, and easier cleaning more than makes up for needing to use the pusher to coax food from the top down to the blades.

  3. 10

    by Beth

    After years of using and burning out cheap blenders I finally decided to upgrade to this quality blender and I am so, so glad I did. This has a very sturdy base which does not shift while blending. The carafe locks into place with ease and does not shift at all while blending either. The lid also locks into place and does not move while blending or pouring so there is no need to hold the top of the blender while it is going. The carafe holds a ton of stuff as well so fewer batches are needed when pureeing large recipes such as soup.The blades are super sharp and slide into place quickly and easily. They are not mounted to the bottom (similar to a food processor blade) so it is easiest to keep the lid on and pour through the pour hole on the corner and then remove the lid and blade unit for washing afterwards. Contrary to other reviews it does not “pop out” for no reason. It does, however, fall out if you hold the unit upside down with the lid off (due to gravity).This is incredibly powerful as well. I very rarely need to process anything for more than 30 seconds no matter what it is. I puree soups and make smoothies and milkshakes all in under thirty seconds of blending. Ice simply gets eaten up and there are no large chunks as I’ve found with other brands and models. I also use this to puree food scraps for my worm composting unit and it fully purees a full carafe of eggplant peels, pepper insides, and celery ends (along with some water) into a V8 consistency in thirty seconds.Overall, this is one of the best additions to my kitchen this year and worth every single penny. I highly, highly recommend it.

  4. 10

    by eight1178

    2 oz white rum (don q cristal), 1 oz coco lopez coconut cream, 1 oz heavy cream, 6 oz pineapple juice, 1 cup of ice, 1 spoonful of unsweetened coconut shreds. Put aforementioned ingredients ONLY in a NINJA blender on medium blend for 11 seconds. garnish with a cherry, pineapple and cocktail umbrella and BLAAAAM! a perfect pina freakin colada brah

  5. 10

    by RR

    To all the people giving this blender a poor review because they were harmed by blades “popping out.” The blender lid locks in and the lid itself has a pouring spout that you are supposed to open to pour the drink or smoothie out with. Personally I like how easy it is to remove the blades. Makes for easy cleaning if you’re making something more than a smoothie where you have to take the entire lid off, you can reach in, grab the head of the blade attachment and just easily pull the blade out. It’s a fantastic product and you can’t blame the product for a “design flaw” when it’s simply OPERATOR ERROR.

  6. 10

    by The Wheels Go Round

    There are some products that just change your life. I wanted to get in on the smoothie thing, and there simply is no other way to do it than with a blender, and no better blender to do it with.The blender is mostly plastic, but it doesn’t feel cheap. It is very secure. It locks onto the base with a satisfying click. The lid locks down with a similar click. Unless you have heard both clicks, the blender won’t start. And good thing. The blades are very sharp. They are angled to create a vortex that instantly turns any fruits and vegetables inside into viscous liquid.I like that the spout has a lid that locks open so you can pour easily. The blades come out so that they can be cleaned easily, along with the inside of the decanter. I saw that another buyer was cut when the blades “flew out” during cleaning. I have looked carefully and my blade assembly does not appear to be capable of flight or even mild levitation. Nonetheless I lift it out carefully, and if I am going to use the blender again I just rinse the blades; if I want the blades completely clean I use the dishwasher and not my hands.It has been a long time since I used a blender. I stopped because they sucked. Old blenders leaked out the bottom. They were hard to clean. They had a ton of different buttons for blending speed with labels that required a thesaurus next to the cookbook. And however I parsed the gradations of perturbation between “emulsify” and “macerate”, they didn’t actually blend. What was at the bottom of the blender became angry and confused while whatever was in the top two thirds of the decanter remained beatifically serene. This blender has high, medium, and low settings. You can pulse. It is loud, which I take to be a feature and not a drawback. Even more than my espresso machine, this blender is extremely effective at ending unwanted conversations. For particularly persistent interlocutors, use the pulse setting.Neither my kids nor I particularly like fruits and vegetables and as a result we don’t get nearly enough. And yet I can put in 10 bananas, two cartons of strawberries, two of blueberries, a bag of spinach (yes, spinach!), a cup of plain Greek yogurt, one interrupted conversation … and: ambrosia! The decanter is huge, and yet between the three of us we can and do empty it in one meal. Yay!

  7. 10

    by japanvle

    I bought this blender exactly 1 year ago and I am now writing my review on it. I never write reviews but my experience with Ninja’s customer service was so exceptional that I felt compelled to write one.I’ll start by saying the Ninja is an excellent blender for $70. I blend frozen fruit with it every single day. It pulverizes everything into a smooth drink every time.About 1 week ago, for an unknown reason, my blender stopped working; when I went to turn it on the power button just started blinking instead. I wasn’t sure what this meant so I emailed Ninja. The representative was kind, attentive, and replied to my emails extremely promptly (sometimes within minutes). I let him know what happened, and all he asked me for was:1) the blender model number2) where I purchased the blender and the approximate date of purchase3) the warranty number (which happens to be just a 4 digit number engraved on the prongs which plug-in to your electrical outlet)As soon as I gave him that information, he emailed me with a confirmation-of-shipment of a new pitcher along with a tracking number. The new pitcher arrived in 3 business days and my blender is working like new again (I never figured out what was wrong with the old pitcher or why it was preventing my blender from turning on).I love companies that provide exceptional customer service and I will never purchase another blender other than Ninja. Thank you Ninja!

  8. 10

    by KH35

    My old blender was a cheap 350W model that could barely process a smoothie even if left running for a full minute since it would choke even if I started with crushed ice, so I decided to upgrade to this Ninja Blender. Just received it today and put it through a few tests:Dishwasher test: Cleans up really easily, no distorting of the container, blade, or lid. All good here!Ice test: I replicated the test in the demo video and can confirm it really will turn ice into a pile of snow in no time flat. Good!Smoothies: And now the real reason I bought it, smoothies! It made short work of the fruit and ice even when the container was completely full. Not shocking after the ice test but still good to see.Other notes:1. This blender is as loud as it is powerful. Of course you won’t have to run it very long to get your desired results. Definitely worth the trade off of noise to power in my opinion but still a consideration depending on your living situation.2. Make sure you leave the lid on while pouring/open the pouring tab to serve. The blade isn’t locked in place and will come out easily if the lid is off. This is by design and very convenient for cleaning. Alternatively if you must remove the lid for some reason, gently remove the blade by hand before pouring.3. The container/blade/lid are all dishwasher safe, but according to the manual the blade and lid need to go in the top rack. My dishwasher test was based on this and it came out just fine.Would definitely recommend this if you’re looking for an upgrade from cheaper models commonly found at big box stores.

  9. 10

    by RBoz

    I’ve had my Ninja for nearly four years and it’s still going strong. My average use is about 3 times/week. It still blends great, I’ve never had the plastic break, I’ve never been cut by the blades. Handle it with care and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth out of this investment.

  10. 10

    by BLAIRHSE

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     Professional grade, easy to clean, locking system with power light confirmation, extremely sharp blades.You need this for the summer drinks and smoothies!!!

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