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dread head vegan
03-22-2010, 10:21 PM
does anyone have one?? how well does it work?
03-22-2010, 10:53 PM
My mom was interested in this and the commercial makes it look so good. Reality..I compared the vitamix, health master and blendtec and it failed horribly. Apparently once you get to ordering everything you need for it, the price is actually higher. The quality is clearly visible when you compare both of them and apparently the motor is marketed falsly. I was really disapointed because I was looking for a cheaper option for my mom.. Oh well.
Is this the Montel Williams blender? If so - my friend has one and wishes she never wasted her money. It broke and the customer service she says is very poor. She's saving up for a BT or VM now...
I think there's a thread on this blender, you might like to do a search for it to read what others have posted. *Ü*
03-23-2010, 09:37 AM
I bought one of the Nija prep master combo's. You get a blender and a food processor for about 40 bucks. WOW this works really good. I needed a new food processor and I thought what the heck I will try it out. So if your mom is looking for something not too spendy....she might be pleased with this. I will have to admit I'm not one for making soups so I don't know how great it will work for that. Makes a great GS though.
03-23-2010, 06:31 PM
Stepping in here re the Ninja Master Food Prep, if I may ... I was really, really interested in it but I did run across a couple of comments that I'd like to get to the bottom of and which stopped me looking into buying one. Apparently the base may not be made of as high quality a plastic as is necessary to withstand the heat of the powerful motor. A couple of reviewers had the base around the motor melt enough to make it not work properly, or somesuch.
I don't know how long you've had your Ninja but do you think that might happen? I like what the Ninja can do and, if it works as promised, it might be ideal for many instances of raw food preparation. I know that my FP and Magic Bullet both fail in things that the Ninja seems geared to do well - if I can believe the hype - but I'm curious as to this potential design flaw.
I do know that the Magic Bullet has received negative comments. However, in the, what, 7-9 years that I've had mine, I've been nothing but pleased. I really need a personal blender and would consider the Tribest the only blender I'd substitute it for.
So curious as to what any long-term users of the Ninja have to say about it.
03-23-2010, 08:59 PM
03-23-2010, 09:58 PM
I have only had the Nija for about a week. So far, so good. Havent had any drama with it. It's easy to use and clean up is a breeze. Thats about all I can share with you so far. I can tell you it makes a really nice smooth smoothie. The fp has worked out really great too.
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