Ninja Mega Kitchen System Reviews

Ninja Mega Kitchen System Reviews

Ninja Mega Kitchen System is a 4-way system from Ninja which allows for juicing, dough mixing, frozen blending, and food processing. Read our Ninja Mega Kitchen System reviews from editors and readers.

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About Ninja Mega Kitchen

Ninja Mega Kitchen System 1500 includes a 72-ounce pitcher & blade, 64-ounce processor bowl & blade, a dough blade attachment, healthy living guide, and two single-serve 16-ounce drink cups with lids. The official website is which was registered on December 26, 2008. It has been seen in late night and early weekend infomercials over the past two years.

“1500 ” Name

Originally, the product was marketed without the “1500” suffix, but that was added to the name in 2014, presumably to highlight the 1500-watt motor.

How much does Ninja Mega Kitchen System Cost?

Ninja Mega Kitchen costs $179.80, which can be paid all at once, or broken into four payments of $44.95 Shipping is free and there is a 60-day money back guarantee. It can be found in stores, and the price can go up to $199.99, depending on the location.

This is a screen shot of the Ninja Kitchen website, taken in September 2013.

This is a screen shot of the Ninja Kitchen website, taken in September 2013.

After the screen shot above was taken, the official website began offering a “Ninja Professional Prep System” to the order. This includes 4 discs for different types of cuts, along with a storage box.

Ninja Mega Kitchen System Infomercial

Below is the full 22-minute infomercial for the Ninja Mega Kitchen System:

Below is a transcript for a short television commercial we’ve seen running for this product:

The new Ninja Mega Kitchen System, featuring professional blending, to instantly crush ice and frozen fruit, to create restaurant-quality frozen fruit drinks and smoothies. Professional juicing to instantly pulverize and liquefy ice, entire whole fruits and vegetables, making complete nutrient juices that retain all the nutrients and fiber with no tamping and no extra water. Professional power in chef-certified food processing with an 8-cup processing bowl and professional performance in chef certified dough mixing. Making up to two pounds of bread doe, pizza and pasta dough, cake and cookie batters in less than twenty seconds. Plus, you’ll get all that same professional power and performance in a sixteen ounce single serve cup.  It will change the way you eat, it will change the way you live. If you wanna look and feel your best then you must control what goes into your body!

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Our Ninja Mega Kitchen System Review

We obtained a Ninja Mega Kitchen System in mid-2013. Below are some items of note that  we observed in our evaluation of the product:

  • Blending. The blender is powerful and did not seem to “struggle” against thick or icy concoctions. Fruit smoothies were blended to perfection, and in short order. The blender is 1500W/2HP and the blades are stainless steel. There are several blender speeds: Dough, Blend, Crush, and Single Serve.
  • Food Processing. The processor bowl is designed for food processing, making dough, shredding meat, etc. We found it to be quite capable of handling everything we put into it, including chicken breasts for shredding.
  • Juicing. It should be noted that juices can be made with the Ninja, but it is not a juice extractor such as the Jack LaLanne Power Juicer. The Ninja is, however, capable of blending fruit into smoothies.
  • Lid. Removing the lid was more of a struggle than expected. This, of course, is not necessarily a negative on a powerful blender.
  • Storage. Storing the Ninja Mega Kitchen will consume a large area when stored away, and none of the pieces stack or fit together.
  • Noise. While one expects a blender to be loud, the noise emitted from our Ninja was louder than expected, almost to the point of requiring ear plugs. Blending yourself an early-morning smoothie will likely wake up everyone else in the house.
  • Clean-Up. The Ninja cleans up easily, though care must be taken with the blades, which are quite sharp and can be removed. You can place the components in a dishwasher.
  • Dough. You can create cookie, pizza, or bread dough using the Ninja. We were impressed by the unit’s performance on these tasks.
  • Single-Serve Cups. The ability to drink from the single-serve cups means you don’t have to clean one of the larger bowls each time you blend yourself a drink.

Discussion of the Ninja Mega Kitchen System would not be complete without obvious comparisons to competitors such as Vitamix. While we have not yet evaluated Vitamix, we have evaluated the NutriBullet. In a Ninja vs NutriBullet scenario, we would opt for the Ninja.

Other Ninja Mega Kitchen System Reviews

A look around the internet yields overall positive reviews for this product. It ranks at 4.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon and 4.5 stars on Bed Bath & Beyond‘s website. The few complaints that can be found among the overwhelming positive response include customers who found the product to break easily, customer service complaints, or disappointment with the consistency of smoothies. The general consensus, however, is that the product performs as well or better than expected.

Bottom Line

We found the Ninja Mega Kitchen to be a solid product, living up to most of the hype of the advertising. Minor cons include loud noise emitted while in use, and the fact that it isn’t truly a “complete nutrient juicing” system as stated online. The cons, however, are minor in comparison to our overall positive experience with this product.

The Ninja Mega Kitchen System 1500 performs comparably to much more expensive blending systems.

Your Ninja Mega Kitchen System Reviews

Have you purchased the Ninja Mega Kitchen? Let us hear from you in the comments below.

  • Susan Sakio

    I got my Ninja Mega Kitchen System this weekend and have only one word for it — AWESOME. I do A LOT of baking from scratch and this system makes it so simple and easy, I almost feel like I am cheating by claiming my tasty treats are “homemade.”

  • Viki

    Hi Virginia where did you buy the ninja mega kitchen system from? I phoned the tv phone line and they told me it cost $615. I decided to google reviews and found this. Just wondering if I can get the same thing cheaper would be nice

  • Barbie

    I love my Ninja. I’ve had no trouble crushing ice and I make smoothies everyday with ice and frozen fruit using the single serve. You’re right it isn’t a juice extractor, but in truth juice with fiber is better for you. The dough mixer is wonderful. My daughter burned up three hand mixers before I got the Ninja, so I saved money right there. I use the food processer seldom, but what I have used it for it worked fine. I got rid of a food processor, a blender, and a hand mixer, did keep my juice extractor. The base sits on the counter where the blender was with the single serve on it and the rest fits in the cabinet where the food processor and mixer where. Oh, I also got rid of an expensive mandolin that never worked well. I also love the safety features. The lid lock shutting down the machine when someone tries to open it is great. I live in New Orleans where we live to eat, not eat to live, so we do a lot of cooking. I haven’t had to return anything yet for that experience. It’s been 7 months, I use it almost everyday and I’m one happy camper.

    • Brenda

      Can I only buy the mega kitchen online? All the stores have the prep but I want to mega kitchen… What is the going price also?

      • Ron

        Hi Brenda.
        Purchased a ninja mega kitchen system 10 days ago for my wife unfortunately she does not like it so I am going to sell it for $320.00

  • Inga

    Hi Virginia, I’m in Australia too and was just wondering how much you paid for the ninja kitchen system please?

  • smurfy

    If you have problems getting a refund you can contact the State Ombudsman in your state to assist you in getting resolution. You can also contact the Dept. for Consumer and Business Affairs if in SA or similar dept in other states of Australia. If you feel they should be investigated you may want to contact the ACC, and the organisation who looks into false advertising and complaints eg. Australian Broadcasting tribunal. hope this helps


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