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Ninja CT670UKV Blender Smart Screen Kitchen System with FreshVac Technology, Plastic and Metal, 1100 W, 2.1 Litres, Black £162.11 Amazon
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Ninja CT670UKV Blender Smart Screen Kitchen System with FreshVac Technology, Plastic and Metal, 1100 W, 2.1 Litres, Black £162.11 Amazon

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Posted 21st Nov 2019

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This 3-in-1 food processor, jug blender and Nutri Ninja is the first ninja kitchen system to feature brand fresh Vac vacuum blending technology. Chop, slice, shred and mix your way to doughs, snacks and full meals, from fishcakes and burgers to homemade pizza bases and cake mixes, with the food processing bowl and interchangeable blades. Quickly blend sauces, dips, desserts and drinks to share in the large jug, or make single-serve smoothies to take on-the-go. Discover new Fresh Vac Technology. Oxygen can cause the discolouration and separation of fruits and vegetables when blended. Ninja’s Fresh Vac pump draws out oxygen before you blend, so you can enjoy visibly brighter drinks with a smoother texture, less foam and less separation than traditional blending, compatible with both the blending jug and Ninja cups. Multiple pre-set programmes and Auto-iQ blending patterns promise consistent results every time. A powerful 1100-watt motor drives the interchangeable blending, chopping, dough blades and slicing/shredding discs to blitz even the toughest ingredients, including fibrous fruit and veg, nuts, seeds and ice.

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3 appliances in 1 - touchscreen food processor, jug blender and personal blender
Mix, chop, grate, slice/shred and blend your way to tasty snacks, drinks and full meals
Draw oxygen out and lock vitamins in with vacuum pump, compatible with jug and cups
Enjoy visibly brighter drinks with a smooth texture, less foam and separation than traditional blending
Includes 1.1 Litre food processor bowl, chopping blade (slicing/shredding disc), dough blade
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Is there a discernable difference between brands? There was a Vonshef food processor on ebay last week that did way more than this one for a 3rd of the price.

Asking because I want one.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 21st Nov 2019
steve_bezerker21/11/2019 08:17

Is there a discernable difference between brands? There was a Vonshef food …Is there a discernable difference between brands? There was a Vonshef food processor on ebay last week that did way more than this one for a 3rd of the price.Asking because I want one.


Yes.

I've had cheap food processors and they just don't work very well. it's partially about build quality and partially about power consumption. what is it you want to use for food processor for? If it's mostly chopping vegetables then they say something cheap probably do fine, but if you want to make things like plant milks or nut butters then you need to invest more.
Ms_Derious21/11/2019 08:40

Yes.I've had cheap food processors and they just don't work very well. …Yes.I've had cheap food processors and they just don't work very well. it's partially about build quality and partially about power consumption. what is it you want to use for food processor for? If it's mostly chopping vegetables then they say something cheap probably do fine, but if you want to make things like plant milks or nut butters then you need to invest more.


I'm not really sure I've not really kept up with tech in the kitchen and it seems to have advanced a lot. The idea of taking most of the hassle for cutting, grating, slicing and blending is the one that appeals most.

I'd love the ability to make my own smoothies as well as having something that makes chopping the carrots quick and easy. I don't necessarily care about the build quality as long as the job is done.

That vonshef one had a ton of 5 star reviews when I looked at it so I was a little confused what the difference would be between a 1 star and a 5 star review
steve_bezerker21/11/2019 08:45

I'm not really sure I've not really kept up with tech in the kitchen and …I'm not really sure I've not really kept up with tech in the kitchen and it seems to have advanced a lot. The idea of taking most of the hassle for cutting, grating, slicing and blending is the one that appeals most.I'd love the ability to make my own smoothies as well as having something that makes chopping the carrots quick and easy. I don't necessarily care about the build quality as long as the job is done.That vonshef one had a ton of 5 star reviews when I looked at it so I was a little confused what the difference would be between a 1 star and a 5 star review


Do you have a link to the vonshef one?
steve_bezerker21/11/2019 16:30

https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/VonShef-1000W-Food-Processor-Blender-Chopper-Juicer-Dough-Blade-Shredder/282546962956?ul_ref=https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53481-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574894536&toolid=10001&campid=5336549684&customid=1858300418&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fitm%2F282546962956&srcrot=710-53481-19255-0&rvr_id=2190737706080&rvr_ts=8ecbe82e16e0a4d0bb53ea9effa8b739&_mwBanner=1&_rdt=1&ul_noapp=true&pageci=84926e1a-3d67-4686-b13e-711162f49bcc&epid=24034681398Worth noting I know nothing about these but a lot of 5 star reviews on it so maybe its decent?


Seems pretty good from what the reviews suggest. The main thing to note is that it is quite bulky so will take up a bit of space if you have a small kitchen - certainly not suitable for me.
What's the difference between this and the 3in1 solution sold directly through Ninja for £111? Many thanks
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