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The Ninja Supra Kitchen System BL780 is the sibling of what used to be the most popular Mega Kitchen System. It’s just as utilitarian as the aforementioned at a cheaper price tag or is it?
For starters, it includes a full-sized pitcher, single-serve cups, and a processor bowl. In this case, more accessories mean more capabilities.
However, is it still “great” nowadays? Let’s find out:
Before anything else, please note that this is an old product. So, depending on where you’re gonna buy it, it can be more expensive than the Mega Kitchen System.
- Classic aesthetics
- 3 manual speed control (with pulse)
- Up to 64-ounce max liquid capacity
- Works as a personal blender, and food processor
- Robust 1200-watt motor that can crush ice quickly
- Tamper free system
- Dishwasher safe
- Mid-price yet an old product
- Hot soups are not possible
- Bulky shape
- Can be a tad complicated to use
- No walk-away blending programs
- 1-year warranty
Ninja Supra Kitchen System Features
When you buy the Ninja supra Kitchen blender, it includes a food processor kit and personal cups. In other words, the Ninja BL780 is capable of more than just blending.
Here’s a list of its potential:
*Kneading dough is only possible with the food processor attachment.
You can also use it to mince, chop, slice fruits and veggies, and grind meat when the Processor Bowl is on.
Here are a few things that it can’t do:
Hot Soups—Any hot liquid is not advisable for this blender. You can use the Ninja to puree the soup and use your cooktop to heat it up. If you want a blender that can cook as well, check out the Ninja Foodi Blender.
Make Flour—Mixing and kneading dough is certainly possible with the processor attachment. However, grinding fine flour is something this blender can’t do. For a blender that can be a grain mill, consider the Vitamix E310.
Moreover, the stacked blade design, total crushing blades, has a not-so-perfect quality for some recipes. As a matter of fact, using the single-serve cups will result in better texture for smoothies.
Overall, it has a lot of capabilities, but it’s not the most versatile.
Now, let’s continue to the usability section.
Ease of Use
For first-timers, total crushing blenders can be a bit complex. In comparison, others may only have one or two steps for assemblage; this, on the other hand, has twice or thrice as many.
Here’s a quick tutorial, it applies to all models with Total Crushing blades and pitcher like the Ninja BL780.
It will only take a few tries to get used to it.
For your safety, don’t open the lid whilst the machine is running. The blades are really sharp and it’s not fixed to the base of the container, so be careful. You can also use the spout when transferring your blends.
Sadly, the single-serve button has a bit of complexity as well. To activate it, you have to press it down in short intervals. It’s not like newer models where the machine automatically detects the container.
To make matters trickier, the speed is quite like a guessing game. It’s not labeled, a simple 1-2-3, or low-medium-high would be a whole lot better.
On the brighter side of things, here’s something to look forward to:
The Ninja Supra Kitchen System is straightforward to clean. First off, all parts (excluding the motor) are dishwasher safe. The control panel is simple to wipe off too. Those are big-time saver right there.
Ninja BL780 Specs
|Type||Countertop & Personal Blender, Food Processor|
|Brand/Series||SharkNinja Kitchen System|
|Ratings||4.0 out of 5|
|Speed||3-speed buttons with pulse|
|Container capacity||Up to 64 oz.|
|Cord length||2 ft.|
|Application||Home & Personal Use|
The Ninja BL780 Supra Kitchen System is an outdated product, yet the price didn’t go down that much. Simply put, I don’t recommend it. Consider checking out the latest Ninja Kitchen System—it’s more powerful and has better features.
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