- Performance (60%)0
- Design (25%)5.9
- Usability (15%)4.9
- Performance (60%)9.4
- Design (25%)9.6
- Usability (15%)9.7
In our test, the Ninja BN401 Nutri Pro confidently carved its niche, outshining most of the rivals including the PopBabies. From icy delights to leafy green concoctions and protein-packed mixtures, this blender delivered unmatched consistency without even a struggle.
Beyond its remarkable blending capabilities, the blender's construction speaks of meticulous attention to quality. Crafted from high-grade materials, it's built to withstand the test of time. Moreover, its blade ensures reliable blending, while the Auto-iQ presets elevate user convenience, streamlining the process and making it almost intuitive.
Meanwhile, the PopBabies seems to have traded off power for portability. It's sufficient for handling the basics, particularly softer ingredients, but falls short of the multifaceted prowess exhibited by corded adversaries like the Ninja BN401 Nutri Pro. Its overall resilience and durability also remain questionable.
In the end, the choice becomes clear: for those seeking a blend of power, longevity, and convenience, the Ninja BN401 Nutri Pro is the undisputed champion.
Pros & Cons
- Cordless design provides excellent mobility.
- Quite convenient for small batches of baby food and fresh fruit smoothies.
- It’s very easy to charge the battery.
- This blender is an all-arounder that works without a fuss.
- Nearly all of its capability is outstanding—it’s very well equipped to crush ice and make smoothies.
- The 1000-watt motor provides heavy-duty blending performance.
- Smart preset programs are designed to deliver excellent consistency.
- There are solid design details throughout the blender.
- The 175-watt motor is too weak to ensure quick, smooth blends.
- In exchange to its cheap price is a relatively flimsy construction.
- For a thorough blending process, it requires cutting the food into tiny particles.
- Some may find it annoying to shake the blender while it is blending.
- The motor base is roughly the same size as a standard full-sized blender.
- It’s relatively noisy.
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Tina Pham is a staff writer and reviewer, with five years of experience in the industry. As a passionate amateur home cook, she loves to discover practical cooking solutions, and has made it her mission to bring her findings to every kitchen. Her ultimate goal is making cooking more of a pleasure for all.
Lap is Head of the Research, Testing, and Review Team (RTR Team) at HealthyKitchen101.com, where he directs and supervises the testing of kitchen gadgets and appliances.