Ninja Ultima® Kitchen System
Ninja Ultima® Kitchen System
Ninja Ultima® Kitchen System
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Ninja Ultima® Kitchen System

Model #: BL820

A true asset to any kitchen. Get beyond professional results with the Ninja Ultima® blender's power and specially engineered speeds.

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A true asset to any kitchen. Get beyond professional results, with the Ninja Ultima® blender's power and specially engineered speeds.

PRO Variable Speed - Ninja's expansive speed range offers everything from gentle blending to Total Crushing® to Nutrient & Vitamin Extraction*. You can easily adjust to the correct speed without worry of over mixing or processing. This precision blending is backed by our 2.5 peak horsepower motor.
* Extract a drink containing vitamins and nutrients from fruits and vegetables.

Dual Stage Blending - Only from Ninja®! Ninja® has Total Crushing® Blades that rotate at 5,000 RPM at freeload that CRUSH whole fruits, vegetables, seeds & ice. The bottom High Speed Cyclonic Blades rotate independently at 24,000 RPM at freeload to liquefy ingredients into a silky smooth consistency in a matter of seconds.

Power - The Ninja Ultima® blender is equipped with a 1500 Watt / 2.5 Peak Horsepower Motor to power through the toughest ingredients. The combination of blade speed and power is the ultimate tool that allows you to create chef inspired recipes at home.

Versatility - The Ninja Ultima® blender offers more versatility than a traditional blender due to the power, speed and Dual Stage Blending technology. You can create endless recipes from nutrient-rich juices to dips to purees & so much more. Ninja Ultima® blender offers accessories and attachments for even more versatility!

  • 3 Peak Horsepower Motor/24,000 RPM at freeload
  • Only blender with Dual Stage Blending
  • Total Crushing® & High Speed Cyclonic Blades
  • PRO Variable Speed gives you a wide range of speeds to create anything from sauces to whole juices!
  • 2 Nutri Ninja® Cups with Sip & Seal® lids for personalized drinks on the go
  • Food Processing Bowl and Blade Accessories

Videos

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Introduction to Ninja Ultima Collection

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The Ninja Ultima® System: What's Included

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Dual Stage Blending

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What Is Pro Variable Speed

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What Is Dual Stage Blending

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What Is Nutrient and Vitamin Extraction

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How to Assemble

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Assemble the Single Serve Cup & Blade

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When Do I Use the Top and Bottom Blades

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How to Assemble the Food Processor

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How to Use the Food Processor Discs

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Meat Grinding Showdown | Ninja Ultima™ Beats Single-Blade Alternative

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Making the Ninja 9 Super Smoothie | Ninja Ultima™ Creams the Single-Blade Alternative

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Green Smoothie Recipe by Ninja Ultima™ Blender | Lean Green Ninja

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Coleslaw Recipe

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Dough Recipe

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Hummus Recipe

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Tomato Sauce Recipe

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Green Smoothie Recipe

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Salad Dressing Recipe

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Fruit Smoothie Recipe

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What To Do When Power Light Is Flashing

Tips

  • To snap the pour spout shut, lift up gently on the solid black inner piece and push down on the front of the pour spout to lock. You will hear the pour spout snap shut.
  • For certain recipes it is recommended that only the Bottom Fixed Blades are used. The blender will still run with the Top Blades removed.
  • For tough ingredients like ice, solid fruits and vegetables, attach the Top Blades for additional blending power.
  • For softer ingredients and best puree results, make sure the Top Blades are removed and use only the Bottom Fixed Blades for blending.
  • When using the chopping blade, use the Pulse function to avoid over-processing your food
  • For best chopping performance, use quick, controlled Pulses
  • The blender can be used with or without the top blades inserted - for softer ingredients and best puree results it is recommended to only use the bottom fixed blades
  • For tough ingredients such as ice, solid fruits and vegetables attach the top blades for additional blending power
  • If using the top blades, make sure to insert before adding ingredients to the blender
  • When producing heavy or hard loads, use Pulse to get the mixture started
  • Prepping your ingredients smaller will allow you to fit more into the pitcher
  • Do not use your blender to blend hot liquids
  • When grinding meat use Pulse and do not over process
  • For juices and smoothies, Pulse first and then turn the blender to High once the mixture is started
  • When mixing batters and dips, use the low or medium speed setting to reach the desired consistency and not over process
  • For splatter free blending begin on low and slowly increase to high
  • If food is sticking to the side of the pitcher, shut the unit off and use a rubber spatula to push the food down toward the blades
  • When pouring from pitcher use the pour spout - if the lid is removed make sure to remove the top blade before pouring because the blades are loose and will fall out
  • For best results clean immediately after use
  • If the blender is not turning on, check the alignment of the pitcher and make sure the lid is aligned and locked
  • To easily remove the pitcher lid, open the pour spout to release the pressure within the blender
  • If your smoothie is too thick, add juice, milk, or water to help thin it out
  • The Nutri Ninja® cup can only be used when the speed dial is on the Single Serve setting
  • The Nutri Ninja® cup can be used on Pulse or continuous blend - after one minute of continuous blending the blender will automatically shut off. If additional blending is needed, turn on continuous and let run for another minute
  • If using protein powder in your Nutri Ninja® shakes, make sure the protein powder is the last ingredient added so that it is fully blended
  • For optimal frozen smoothie performance, use no more than six ice cubes in your single serve cup
  • Use the Nutri Ninja® cups for personal smoothies and fruit juices, salad dressings, dips and sauces
  • When using the dough blade or discs, always set the variable speed dial to the dough/discs setting for optimal performance
  • For best handling of the discs, use the finger holes
  • When using the dough blade or chopping blade, make sure to attach the drizzle hole lid
  • The feed chute lid should be used when the discs are inserted into the bowl
  • If using the feed chute lid, make sure to use the two part pusher to move food through the chute
  • The smaller hole on the two part pusher is great for thinner items such as carrots
  • If making dough, add the dry ingredients into the bowl before adding the wet ingredients
  • The slicer/shredder disc is reversible - make sure the disc is inserted with the correct side up depending on the function you wish to perform

Parts and Accessories

16 oz. Nutri Ninja® Cup

$11.95

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Pitcher Lid

$20.95

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Nutri Ninja® Blade Assembly

$35.95

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Nutri Ninja® Sip & Seal® Lid

$5.95

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BL820 Motor Base

$107.95

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72 oz. Pitcher

$81.95

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Removable Quad Blade

$59.95

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64 oz. Food Processor Bowl

$71.95

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Feed Chute Lid

$17.95

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Drizzle Hole Lid

$23.95

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Dough Blade

$23.95

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Chopping Blade

$23.95

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Slicer Disc

$19.95

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Grating Disc

$19.95

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Two Part Food Pusher

$3.95

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Disc Adaptor

$9.95

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FAQs

What is Dual Stage Blending?

What is Total Crushing® technology?

What is high speed cyclonic technology?

How does the Ninja Ultima® blender differ from a traditional blender?

How do I care for my Ninja Ultima® blender?

How do I clean my Ninja Ultima® blender?

Are there microwave safe parts?

What is the container made of?

Are the blades rust proof?

What kind of blades does the Ninja Ultima® blender have?

What is the benefit of the electronic slow start?

How long is the cord?

Where can I purchase parts for my Ninja Ultima® blender?

What is the warranty on the Ninja Ultima® blender?

Are the attachments interchangeable?

What is the max liquid capacity of the pitcher?

What is the capacity of the Nutri Ninja® cup?

Where can I find more recipes to create in my Ninja Ultima® blender?

Will my blender run with the top blades removed?

When do I use only the bottom blades?

Why is the blender so loud?

What is Nutrient & Vitamin Extraction*?

Can I just throw in any whole fruits and vegetables?

Can the Ninja Ultima® blender handle frozen ingredients such as ice, frozen fruits & vegetables?

What if my blender will not turn on?

Can the Ninja Ultima® blender make Ice Cream?

Can I make hot soup in the Ninja Ultima® blender?

What are the different speed settings used for?

Why does my blender shut off after thirty seconds when using the Nutri Ninja® cup?

What are the Nutri Ninja® cups used for?

Can the Nutri Ninja® cups crush ice to snow?

Do the Nutri Ninja® cups fit in car cup holders?

How do I close the pour spout on the 72 oz. pitcher?

Why is the Ninja Ultima® blender base intermittently switching from solid to blinking lights when using my 72oz Jar or Nutri Ninja® cups?

Why does the power light always blink?

My blender turns on, but why doesn’t the blade rotate?

How do I get in contact with Ninja® if I have any questions?

How does the Ninja Ultima® Food Processor differ from a traditional food processor?

How much wattage does the Ninja Ultima® Kitchen System have?

What is the capacity of the food processor bowl?

What is the Dough/Discs setting on speed dial for?

Why are there two lids for the food processor bowl?

My food processor is assembled correctly with the disc attachment and feed shoot lid, but the power light is still blinking.

Reviews

Lisa B.
from Manitowoc, WI
Mar. 7, 2016

Excellent unit

Was thinking of purchasing a more expensive blender, but glad I decided on the Ultima BL820. Has more power than I’d ever need, and having the single serve cups and food processor is perfect. I’m impressed and will use this system at least several times a week. Love having the speed dial so I can personally control the processing.
Diannah
from Houston , MO
Jan. 23, 2016

Ninja Ultima Kitchen System

i love-love my Ninja Ultima Kitchen System, I got it last year for the ”snow” it makes great snow for snow cones! After having snow cones out side in July, the grand-kids decided to have a snowball fight...what fun! And even now they still talk about snowball fights in July! Of course I use it for lots of other stuff, but being grand-kid crazy, we make cookie dough, pizza dough, and the list goes on! I Love it!
Ellie
from Asheville, NC
Jan. 22, 2016

Love my Ninja

I absolutely love my Ninja system! The only complaint I have is that they don’t make a larger cup (bigger than 16 oz) accessory. I would love to have a 24 or 32oz cup!
Janet
from Lansing, Michigan
Jun. 16, 2015

Happy Blender

This is absolutely the best blender ever! I love it better than a juicer because juicers extract but the Ninja pulverizes the pulp also so you get the benefits of the whole fruit and vegetable! I have made cookies several times with the dough blade and it’s perfect! I love love love grating cheese! Block cheese grated in my Ninja tastes so much better than bagged cheese. This Ninja is worth every penny. It’s easy to clean but you do have to be very careful of the sharp blades. I recommend this...more

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Janet
from Lansing, Michigan
Jun. 16, 2015
This is absolutely the best blender ever! I love it better than a juicer because juicers extract but the Ninja pulverizes the pulp also so you get the benefits of the whole fruit and vegetable! I have made cookies several times with the dough blade and it’s perfect! I love love love grating cheese! Block cheese grated in my Ninja tastes so much better than bagged cheese. This Ninja is worth every penny. It’s easy to clean but you do have to be very careful of the sharp blades. I recommend this to anyone looking for a juicer/blender/processor!
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