(7 customer reviews)


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Ninja Professional Blender 1000


The Ninja Professional Blender 1000 features a sleek design and outstanding performance with 1000 watts of professional power. Ninja Total Crushing blades gives you perfect ice crushing, blending, pureeing, and controlled processing. The XL 72 oz. professional blender jar is great for making drinks and smoothies for the whole family. All parts are BPA free and dishwasher safe.

Total Crushing Technology

Total Crushing Technology delivers unbeatable professional power with blades that pulverize and crush through ice, whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. Blast ice into snow in seconds and blend your favorite ingredients into delicious sauces, dips and smoothies!

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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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Item Weight

9 pounds

Shipping Weight

9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)





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4.3 out of 5 stars

3,503 customer reviews

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4.3 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#35 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)

#3 in Countertop Blenders

Date first listed on Amazon

September 10, 2014

7 reviews for Blender

  1. girlinpinkwaders

    I’ve had my Ninja for about 18 months. I loved it. Used primarily for smoothies with frozen fruit. The other day it exploded on me and tore a hole through it. I have contacted Ninja. They didn’t seem too concerned about it, and when I pressed them and offered to send them the defective blender jar so they could figure out the defect, they didn’t seem very interested. The email they gave me was incorrect so I have to call them again to try and pursue this. I don’t want another one, I just want them check it out because obviously there is an issue.

  2. Amazon Customer

    Pros: easy to use, cleans easy in dishwasher, blends thoroughly, safe locking/starting mechanismCons: Ninja customer service is a joke if something fails. Weak pitcher latch on ours broke 45 days after purchase & was told a replacement pitcher was $65, Warranty was only valid if purchased directly from them and only covered the motor/base: lid and pitcher are not. No 60 day guarantee or years warranty.

  3. 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!

  4. Jacob Jackson

    My mom had got one of these blenders and it had gotten four symmetrical cracks in all four bottom of the plastic container causing it to leak, thinking we stored it wrong causing the cracks we bought another. Not more than the two weeks we had the new one simply crushing ice had put the same identical four cracks in the new blender. I’m disappointed because because we cant seem to ave the option to return either blenders, which are now useless. its a shame because the blenders worked great other than the cracking feature.file:///C:/Users/Jacob/Downloads/IMG_0742.jpg

  5. Jen B.

    I wanted to really like this product based on all the positive reviews I read. I bought it in August, and now it’s November and the pitcher has cracked. I used it may be once a week to blend smoothies. The pitcher is not covered by their 1 year warranty, which is ridiculous, like it’s an extra part or something. To return the product you have to pay $19.99. Is it worth it? You decide for yourself.

  6. Leila

    I purchased the Ninja last week when I remembered I didn’t have a blender at our vacation home. I needed something in a hurry and didn’t have time to shop. I am using it for my green smoothies (spinach/kale, water, and some frozen fruit). I put the spinach/kale and water in the Ninja then liquify before adding the frozen fruit, ending up with a grainy drink with a shake-like thickness. I can temporarily live with the graininess, though this may be a problem for some. The blender container is large enough that I can make a double serving with no problem. The blade is scary, but I handle it with the utmost care and so far there have been no mishaps. The lid, container, and blade are extremely lightweight plastic and do not seem sturdy. They ARE dishwasher safe, making clean up quick and easy, but I’ve noticed the hollow handle retains internal moisture that does not dry in the course of the day (might lead to bacterial growth!). Overall this does not come anywhere close to the high end blender I have at home. I don’t expect this blender to last very long. It arrived within 48 hours through Amazon Prime, was safely packaged, and as described. I feel I received what I would expect at this price point, but have already decided to purchase a nicer blender before our next visit.

  7. tallslenderguy

    I’m a healthcare professional and bought this after researching the competition (i.e., “Vita-Mix). After reading through a gazillion comments and reviews (including CR who rates the Ninja #2) I opted for the lower priced Ninja. I have used mine twice a day for the 6 weeks I have owned it, I use it for making smoothies. I blend for health, I have a morning fruit and berry smoothie and I have an afternoon veggie smoothie. Blending is a really convenient way to get in all your servings of fruit and veggies each day without removing the (very important) fiber. So far, I love my Ninja. I have had stuff made with a Vita Mix in the past, but have never done a side by side comparison, though I can think of a few differences that are meaningful for me. One, the Vita Mix generates heat. They use it as a selling feature, that you can use it to make soups, but I like my smoothies cold, so it’s not something I look for in a blender. Secondly, Vita Mix seems to win in all the comparisons with Ninja on smoothness, or thoroughness of blending. The only reason I knocked one star off the Ninja is because I have noticed that my smoothies are a bit chewier after several weeks of blender use. I attribute that to the fact that Ninja relies (apparently) on their sharp blades, which naturally dull with use-especially when blending frozen berries or ice (which both of my smoothies contain). I’ve noticed a subtle change in texture, no chunks, but definitely not a fine blend. My understanding is that Vita Mix has dull blades that work for years, they do not rely so much on sharpness as they do on speed? The other thing (in addition to heat) that you get with a Vita Mix is aeration (foam), which I do not notice with the Ninja. My smoothies are full of fruit and veggies, so they are full of fiber. If you are okay with having some noticeable fiber in your blend over time, the Ninja is a great deal at about 1/5 the cost. If that matters to you, expect that you will have it in time (I started to notice it after about 25 blends). The blender cleans very easily and is simple to use. I’ve never had to remove the top to tamp stuff down and I use 3 cups of leafy greens like kale and arugula, as well as whole carrots, celery, apples, and never have chunks. Overall it’s a great machine. I cannot rate longevity since I’ve only had it 6 weeks, but so far I’m very pleased.Update: It’s January 2018, I owned the Ninja about 3 months and ended up getting a Vita Mix. I still stand by my original review, but there is a difference. The Ninja starts out pretty great, but then over time things do no blend as well. I drink 2 smoothies a day (one veggie, one fruit), so I use it a minimum of 2x a day. Over time I started calling my Ninja smoothies: “grainies.” The blades start out very sharp, and the technology depends on that, but they dull with use and it shows in the results. The Vita Mix does not depend on blade sharpness, but power, it pummels everything to pieces (itty bitty pieces). I am amazed at the flour I can make with it. Also, the heat i mentioned is not a factor but a feature. Most things are blended in less than a minute (35 seconds often), so nothing really gets warm unless you leave it on in order to generate heat. The Ninja is a good blender, especially for the cost, but I don’t think one can fairly compare it to a Vita Mix, it’s like comparing apples and oranges.

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