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Ninja Kitchen Blender System w/ Auto IQ Boost EXPIRED

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Target.com has Ninja Kitchen Blender System w/ Auto IQ Boost on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Blending Cup With Lid
  • 72 oz. Pitcher
  • Blending Blade
  • Dough Blade
  • Recipe Book

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The ninja blender at best buy is 1500 watts. .This one is 1200 watts. I'm not sure if the Best buy version has IQ. What is IQ you ask. Each IQ button has a preprogrammed pattern of blending. For example, the Smoothie IQ button might go something like this: Pulse for 8 seconds to break up big ice cubes, then blend for 10 sec, then pulse again for 5 seconds to get the remaining piece of ice cubes, then blend 20 seconds.

It's a good thing to have. It basically simulates what you would be doing manually anyway.
It's a freaking blender… it chops up giant chunks of solids and turns it into a slurry all in a plastic container.. they're all loud… lol

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The ninja blender at best buy is 1500 watts. .This one is 1200 watts. I'm not sure if the Best buy version has IQ. What is IQ you ask. Each IQ button has a preprogrammed pattern of blending. For example, the Smoothie IQ button might go something like this: Pulse for 8 seconds to break up big ice cubes, then blend for 10 sec, then pulse again for 5 seconds to get the remaining piece of ice cubes, then blend 20 seconds.

It's a good thing to have. It basically simulates what you would be doing manually anyway.
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I got the Best Buy one the other day, looks like difference is wattage, 2x 16oz cups with the BB versus 1 here, and the IQ, which seems to be a nice to have versus must-have.

Thoughts on worth the return?
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You can find a good deal in kohls similar one with 1400watts

https://m.kohls.com/product/prd-4...=affiliate
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Quote from dealsninjaz401 :
I got the Best Buy one the other day, looks like difference is wattage, 2x 16oz cups with the BB versus 1 here, and the IQ, which seems to be a nice to have versus must-have.

Thoughts on worth the return?
The cup for this one is 24 oz. The 16oz in the other deal are too small (I have it)
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The cup for this one is 24 oz. The 16oz in the other deal are too small (I have it)
Thanks, ordered the target deal and will return the BB.

Edit. Just noticed that the BB package has a 64oz processor bowl versus the 40oz here. Honestly doubt it makes a difference for me.
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You can find a good deal in kohls similar one with 1400watts

https://m.kohls.com/product/prd-4...=affiliate
Yep - bought the BB deal first then returned it for Kohl's deal as the Auto-IQ feature puts it over the top even with slight watt difference (1500 vs 1400).

Kohl's better than this Target deal imo but not much difference there either.
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This or splurge on a Vitamix that comes with like a 7 year warranty but costs 2.5 times as much...
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Sam's has Auto IQ on it and is for $80

https://www.samsclub.com/p/ninja-...5043ab7804
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lol

"My research indicates that this is $100 lower (50% savings) than the listed price of $199.99"

Ya don't say...
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How loud is this one ? I have a BL770 and its super loud. Looking to replace it with something quieter bit still powerful.
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I decided to buy the model from the Best Buy deal at Macy's since there is 10% cash back thru urlhasbeenblocked. The Target and Kohl's models are 1200 watts and I'm replacing another Ninja that was 1500 watts, so the BL770 fits the bill. We never needed the Auto IQ feature in the past.
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Quote from yaswanth234 :
You can find a good deal in kohls similar one with 1400watts

https://m.kohls.com/product/prd-4...=affiliate [kohls.com]
That's peak power... It's 1200 watts.
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That's peak power... It's 1200 watts.
What makes peak power difference? Which one is good?
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