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Ninja Ultima Blender has the "Wow" factor

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Ninja (noun)

A person skilled in ninjutsu, a Japanese martial art characterized by stealthy movement; the most powerful blender in the world

The one word I used to describe the Ninja when I took it out of the box was, "Wow."

Ok, I had another word, "Impressive."

Once set up, the Ninja Ultima will become the centerpiece of your kitchen. It's not very often a blender will be the showcase appliance in your kitchen, but here is your chance.

While my typical product reviews (especially when it comes to household appliances) are more than 600 or 700 words, I'm going to be a little more brief with this one because the Ninja Ultima has to be seen and tried to be appreciated.

Yes you get the patent pending Dual-Stage Blending Technology that you expect from a Ninja. It's backed by that 1500 watts and 2.5 peak horsepower and stealthy movement you would expect from an actual ninja.

Try it.

What I noticed is the Ninja Ultima works so quietly and easily for a blender.

At about one third the cost of the Vitamix® 750, it's an easy sell and an easy decision when looking for a quality blender that lets you live healthy.

Whether you are chopping, grinding, blending, pulverizing, or any other adjective you can think of, the Ninja Ultima can handle it with ease.

Try it.

I've haven't even mentioned the variable speeds of 3,700 to 24,000 RPM and the extras that came with my Ninja Ultima: the extra-large, 72 ounce multi-tasking pitcher, and two 16 ounce single serving cups with Sip & Seal lids.

Try it.

I did try it and the results back up everything you have read or heard about the Ninja Ultima Blender.

There are various configurations of the Ultima, with pricing starting at $199.99. The one I have retails at $249.99.

All detachable parts are dishwasher-safe and crafted of 100 percent BPA-free plastic, so this blender is not harming the environment.

The Ninja Ultima is available at many retail outlets and online. Please go to www.ninjaultimablender.com for all the particulars and to see why the Ultima is very "ninja-like" and what all the "Wow" is about.

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