Overall Best Ninja Blender
This blender does it all, from processing raw almonds into a smooth butter to pulverizing frozen berries for a sweet smoothie - and it does it quickly. It includes several accessories so you can get started blending, chopping, and mixing right away.
It’s really, really loud. Some blender owners joke that it’s loud to the point where neighbors can hear it running.
Capacity: This best-selling Ninja blender boasts a 72-ounce jar, which means you can get 8 or 9 cups of liquified goodness out of each blended batch. That’s enough space to make smoothies for your family (or margaritas for your BFFs) quickly, rather than blending small batches over and over.
The jar is made from resilient plastic, so it won’t shatter or crack during use. It might even survive a fall from the kitchen counter, but try to prevent that from happening.
Performance: We chose the Ninja Mega Kitchen System as the best Ninja blender for numerous reasons, one of which was its impressive performance. This 1500-watt blender does its job - over and over and over again - with no issues. Consumers love it, which is why the Internet is packed with positive reviews about this mid-priced blender.
This versatile blender is a true workhorse in the kitchen. It sits confidently on your counter, ready to crush ice, puree veggies, chop peanuts, mix cookie dough, and liquify frozen fruit with the push of a button.
Speaking of buttons, this blender has a user-friendly touchpad with clearly displayed functions. Choose from 4 different speeds each time you prepare something to eat or drink with this powerful blender.
Accessories: Become a blending superstar thanks to the accessories that come with this Ninja appliance. Here’s what you get in addition to the 1500-watt base and 72-ounce crushing pitcher:
- 30-recipe guide
- Food processor bowl
- Two 16-ounce Nutri Ninja cups with lids
The two Nutri Ninja cups are great if you like drinking smoothies or frozen coffee on the go. We love that the bowl, pitcher, and cups are all dishwasher safe.
Price: Around $160 to $180, which is cheaper than a Vitamix but 2 to 3 times more than an Oster or Hamilton Beach blender. It’s worth the price, though, since it works as promised.