Ninja 2-in-1 Blender with 3 Automatic Programs; Blend, Max Blend, Crush, and 4 Manual Settings, 2.1L Jug & 700ml Cup, 1200W, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Auto-iQ, Black BN750UK
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Auto-IQ takes the guess work out of common tasks, letting you tap one button to get perfectly crushed ice or the best smoothies. You should not buy it if… You don't have permission to access "http://ninjakitchen.co.uk/product/ninja-2-in-1-blender-with-auto-iq-bn750uk-zidBN750UK" on this server.
With the power on offer, the Ninja 2-in-1 Blender With Auto IQ BN750UK should deliver nothing but the best results and, for the most part, that’s the case. Before I get into that, the first thing you need to know is that this blender is super loud. When crushing ice, I measured it from 15cm at a massive 93.4dB, dropping to 92.7dB on full power with softer ingredients. That’s power tool levels of loudness, and a touch unpleasant to stand next to. I had similar results when using the single-serve cup, too, expertly converting ice cubes into fine snow. There’s a slight tendency for the snow to get pressed against the sides but you can easily break it up.x 2.1 l jug and lid, 1 x 0.7 l single-serve cup and spout lid, 1 x Total Crushing Blade, 1 x Pro Extractor Blades Assembly, Instruction Booklet, Inspiration Guide
No more guesswork with Auto-iQ Technology. Exclusive to Ninja, these intelligent blending programs are tailored to deliver the results you want at the touch of a button. Three unique pulse, pause and blend patterns do all the hard work for you. You can also take control with manual settings. Once done, I had a very good salsa with just the right consistency (the chunks of pineapple are added in at the end).
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Ninja has a very powerful 1200W motor in the base, which is just about as powerful as blenders go in the UK. There are simple controls, too. There are three speed settings that you can use yourself for constant speed (Low, Medium and High) plus a Pulse button that runs at full speed. This blender is loud. Really loud. In fact, it’s not much fun to stand next to when it’s operating at full speed. The results are good but if you want something quieter, look elsewhere. Loud it may be but the Ninja BN750UK is an excellent blender in the right circumstances. I started by testing its ability to crush ice using the large jug. Using the automatic Crush programme, my ice cubes were soon reduced to a fine snow, perfect for frozen desserts.