I have been using Nutri Ninja products of nearly two years now and having used the 1100 watt Ninja Professional Blender (BL660), this time I give the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO with Auto-iq Boost a try.
I. WHAT’S IN THE BOX
Inside you get the following:
– Motor Base
– Pro Extractor Blades Assembly
– Spout Lid
– 32 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
– 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup
– Nutri Bowl Lid
– Nutri Bowl
– Quad Blade Assembly
– Dough Blade Assembly
– Booklet with 75 recipes
– Instruction booklet
II. I HAVE A NUTRI NINJA BUT WHAT MAKES THIS DIFFERENT FROM WHAT I OWN?
With this newer Nutri Ninja product, the new technology featured is the Auto-iq Boost, which gives you the power to control the texture and consistency of your juices, smoothies, dips and dough all at the touch of a button.
Using smoothies as an example, with the Ninja Professional Blender, it was simple as it came with two 16-Ounce Serve Cups. This time around SharkNinja is offering one 24 oz. and one 32 oz. These new cups are an improvement as they have spout lids and one of the biggest troubles I have had in the past with the older Nutri Ninja cups is spillage. They would often spill inside my lunch bag and in order to prevent it, I would have to fill my bag to the point where the cup wouldn’t shake as much. This time around, you have a spout lid that you can easily cover the drinking hole area. So, no more spillage.
Another big difference, in terms of making smoothies, i would have to hold down the button for single serve until the smoothie is done. This time around, the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO counts down for a minute, pausing and then starting the cycle until done. I also like the fact that this is 1200-watt. You can choose Smoothie for smooth results with fresh fruit and you can use Extract for ingredients that are fibrous with skins and seeds.
While part of the thing I did like about the XL 72 oz. of previous Nutri Ninja Bowl’s was the bigger capacity, to be truthful, 99% of the time, I prefer using the Nutri Ninja cups with a Extractor Blade Assembly and this is no different with the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO.
It’s important to note that like previous Nutri Ninja’s, there is a suction cup on the bottom, so it won’t slide while you are creating your smoothies, dips, bread, etc.
With the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO, I like the use of the Nutri Bowl LID because you can easily make chicken salad easily, salsa, salmon or even turkey burgers, flatbreads and cookie.
You can easily select the button Fusion Chop for salad, veggie and protein fusion and chop things into smaller pieces and wanting finer cuts. Fusion Mix for smooth or chunkier textures such as dips and Fusion Dough for cookies, pizza dough and flatbreads and other creative recipes you can utilize the functions for. I have used Fusion Chop to make salsa and Fusion Dough to make the dough for my almond flour pizza. And I plan to experience with the dips using Fusion Mix sometime soon.
Overall, The Nutri Njina Nutri Bowl DUO with Autio-IQ Boost is awesome! It gives the user more creative control if you want smoother or chunkier concoctions. The new Nutri Ninja cups are a HUGE improvement over the previous versions with no lid and I like the boost up to 1200 watts.
In the end, with the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO with Auto-iQ Boost, everything is much better with this latest Nutri Ninja. Sleeker style, more power, more options, better cups and recommended for anyone wanting more from their Nutri Ninja, especially for those who have moved on to a better and healthier lifestyle.
The Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO with Auto-iQ Boost is highly recommended!