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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John Lewis plc, registered office: 171 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5NN. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Register no. 724309) for the purpose of introducing the credit provided by Creation Consumer Finance Ltd, registered office: Wellington Buildings, 2-4 Wellington Street, Belfast BT1 6HT.
A multi-serve blender and personal blender in one, make enough to share in the 2.1L jug or blend straight into the 700ml cup to enjoy a drink on-the-go. 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. 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.Simple one-touch controls make it easy to either select automatic programs or manual settings – all designed to deliver the perfect result, exactly as you like it. Attach the jug or cup and the available programs will illuminate on the control panel. There’s a travel cup in the box, so you can tip in your ingredients, blend up a drink, screw on the travel cup and you’re good to go.
To finish the drink, I added a handful of ice, a tablespoon of mint leaves, half-a-cup of coconut milk, quarter-of-a-cup of plain yoghurt and a cup of chopped pineapple including the tough core. Using Max Blend, everything was crushed down into a fine smoothie. Ideal for tougher ingredients including skins, seeds and stems or when you want an even smoother result.
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.