Review of Ninja Kitchen System Pulse
- 550 Watts of Blending Power
- Blender and Food Processor
- Dough Mixing Components
The Ninja Kitchen System Pulse looks promising, but leaves much to be desired. Versatility is nice, but the lack of power disappoints.
- Versatility of this Blender. Smoothies, dough making, salsa, and food processing are all within the scope of the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse. As a jack of all trades, this blender is definitely a master of none. If you need a compact tool to get a few things done, look into this blender.
- Fruit Smoothies, making simple fruit and icy drinks will be more than possible. Bananas, fruit juices, and ice will all come together to make a rich and creamy smoothie for vegans. Seeds, vegetables, and leafy greens will not blend well.
- Easy to Clean, everything is dishwasher safe. After finishing your blend, just rinse out the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse in the sink, remove the blending blades, and throw the pitcher and blades into the dishwasher.
- Leafy Greens, don’t expect to get perfect green smoothies. With 550 Watts of power, the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse is just not powerful enough to liquify the greens. Small chunks of the leafy greens will be left behind, making for an unappealing drink. I would recommend a green powder like Vitamineral Green if you want a green smoothie.
- On the Go Blending Cups Design Flaw. Unfortunately, it is next to impossible to actually take the blending cups on the go with you. For some reason, the blending cups can’t be fully sealed. If you were to try and take the blending cups with you, liquid will leak out!
- Strength of the Blender. At a price point near $80, the 550 Watts of Power is a bit lacking. You definitely can blend plenty of things, but a blender like the Nutri Ninja could be bought for the same price for a far more powerful blending experience.
Ninja Kitchen System Pulse vs. Nutri Ninja
- Both blenders will cost you less than $90. At a similar price point, I would recommend going with the Nutri Ninja. With the Nutri Ninja, you’ll find find a more powerful and well built blender at no extra cost. If you want a blender that can double as a food processor, go with the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse. Click here to compare with Nutri Ninja Auto iQ.
- 900 Watts versus 550 Watts, which do you prefer? Power is what most separates these blenders, so choose between the more powerful Nutri Ninja or the less powerful Ninja Pulse Blender. As mentioned earlier, the Ninja Pulse has a design flaw with the on the go cups not sealing, but this problem does not exist for the Nutri Ninja cups.
- For smoothie making, the Nutri Ninja wins without a doubt. More power and a better blade design make for smoothies that come out so much smoother. Making things like bread dough or salsa will be far easier in the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse.
- The Nutri Ninja is the superior blender. If you never plan on making smoothies, the choice will be less clear. However, the faults of the Ninja Pulse Blender are too great to overlook since it will end up costing you the same as the Nutri Ninja.
Value for Money?
- As of right now, the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse is just too much for what it offers.More powerful blenders exist on the market at the same price point, so why go with the Ninja Pulse Blender? While it is nice to have a versatile tool in the kitchen, design flaws put the nail in the coffin here. Overall, the Ninja Kitchen System Pulse receives 4.5 out of 5 stars. Check price of this blender here.