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Ninja 4-in-1 Kitchen System, Blending, Processing & Spiralizing (AMZ012BL): Kitchen & Dining

https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Bl...B072F433T5
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Omg the ninja is life-changing
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Is this a good price?
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just bought one - seems like a solid price?
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A quick search shown the next best price is $156 from Ebay. I have never owned a Ninja system so don't know for sure but this has good review on Amazon.
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I have the older model and we love it. Just be careful washing it, the blades are realllllllly sharp. laugh out loud
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This is a great deal! The accessories alone worth this price.
I brought the iQ blender for about $130 last Sep, and I make smoothie few times a week. I think I already got my money back.
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Can anybody chime in on how this does to process (grate or shred) a block of mozzarella cheese?
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This is a great deal! The accessories alone worth this price.
I brought the iQ blender for about $130 last Sep, and I make smoothie few times a week. I think I already got my money back.
Give some recipes pls Wink
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Can anybody chime in on how this does to process (grate or shred) a block of mozzarella cheese?
It brakes ice easily,so it's good
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Been looking for a blender. Thanks!
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Perfect timing, I was just looking at this [amazon.com] lower model for $70 yesterday. I think I'll give this one a shot instead, thanks!
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Is this "better" than the original system?
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Any thoughts on this or the CT680SS from Costco ($130 when on sale)?

The price is sweet and new spiralizer worths more than half value.
Not really need the small on-the-go cup (16-24 oz).
As far as my understanding, this model has the spiralizer and smaller processor cup (4 cup); while the Costco one has slicer/shredding discs and 8-cup processor capacity. Am I missing something important?

Still debating this or the Costco one.

I previously have separate food processor (KA 3.5 cup, too small and not powerful enough for my needs) and blender (under $50 assorted brands, also not powerful enough for us to make *bucks Frapp copycat). We are moving to an apt with smaller kitchen so I want to save space on my countertop.

Only 2 in household, our main purpose would be:
1. chopping veggies and semi-frozen meat for burger/taco [will one onion be too little to chop in 8 cup processor bowl?]
2. making smoothies with ice crushing
3. making dips (salsa, mayonnaise, dressing and pesto) [I think the 4 cup processor bowl will be more effective in making these so if I get the Costco 8 cup FP I will need to double batch]
4. I might make pie crust/biscuits with the processor as well
5. Slicing and shredding would be nice, but not essential. I might need to learn the uses and recipes for spiralizer lol.

Is there other model we should look or avoid if I want a blender+processor system for under $150 ($200 max)?
Any suggestions? Thanks a lot in advance!!
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