Ninja Fit 700 Watt Blender Review – Is It Worth The Money?

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Ninja has been around the blending game for a while and they’re mostly known for their little compact blenders. For a long time they’ve been competing with their main competitor Nutribullet which is another brand known for creating personal blenders.

In this review we’ll be looking at the Ninja Fit 700 Watt blender which comes with 2 single-serve cups that are 16oz each. This is perfect for bringing smoothies with you to the gym or work, so the Ninja Fit can definitely help you get fit!

So let’s dive in to see what it has to offer and whether it’s worth buying.

Ninja Fit 700 Watt Blender Review

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Features / Specifications / Design

The Ninja Fit 700 Watt blender is a good blender to use if you’re making smoothie drinks. The 700 watt motor is powerful enough to pulverize most tough ingredients like frozen fruit and ice, you’ll get silky smooth drinks without lumps.

It looks like this blender is designed for the health conscious person who is looking for a way to blend up a quick healthy breakfast or lunch on the way to somewhere.

Quick Overview of Features

  • 700 watt motor power to turn fruits and vegetables into a silky smooth drink
  • Comes with 2 personal sized 16oz blending cups that are also drinking cups
  • Comes with 2 Sip & Seal lids
  • Powerful 4-prong blades which will yield more consistent results than 2-prong blades
  • Cups and lids are dishwasher safe on the top rack
  • Comes with a 30 recipe inspiration guide
  • Comes with a 1 year warranty

How Powerful Is It?

So how powerful exactly is a 700 watt motor? This blender was designed for making small batches of smoothies so it can handle pretty much any ingredient such as fruits, leafy greens, ice, frozen fruit, nuts and seeds, and other vegetables.

The main issue would be the noise levels, apparently they still haven’t figured out how to make a blender work quietly yet.

Why Aren’t There Any Buttons?

You may have noticed that there aren’t any buttons or any presets on the Ninja Fit. That’s because there’s no need for buttons, there is only one blending speed and using it is very simple.

Just load your ingredients into one of the 16oz cups and then twist on the lid. Put the cup into the base and snap it into place. To start blending you just have to push down and hold and the blades will start running, once you release the blending will stop.

Powerful 4-Prong Blades

The Ninja Fit comes with 4-prong sharp and pointy blades that are designed to crush and pulverize ingredients more effectively. In my own experience of using blenders I really prefer 4-blades since it produces more consistent results. 

Personal Sized Cups

The Ninja Fit comes with 2 blending cups (16oz each) that also serves double purpose as the drinking cups, you get 2 Sip & Seal lids to twist on the top, these lids are airtight and so you can bring it with you on the go without spilling.

The base of the machine is only 7” tall and 4” wide which means it’s small enough to fit on the small countertop. Since the blending cups are small it’s also ideal for using it to make smaller recipes like dip, chopping vegetables, making salsa, etc.

Clean Up Is a Breeze

The fact that the blending cup also double duties as a drinking cup already means one less thing to clean up, but you’ll also be glad to know that this little blender can be cleaned in the dishwasher on the top rack.

Typically whenever I finish a smoothie drink I just rinse it right away under the sink and it’s pretty easy to clean. 

See The Ninja Fit Blender In Action:

Current Pricing

The Ninja Fit is an affordable compact blender that’s not going to cost you an arm and a leg. It comes with a 1 year warranty but if you want you can also purchase up to 4 years of extended warranties for a few bucks more. You can click to see current price on Amazon.

The Ninja Fit – Pros

  • 700 watt motor powerful enough to crush ice and frozen fruit
  • Small size that is both convenient and practical for everyday use
  • Blending cups double as the drinking cup
  • 4-prong design blades produces more even and consistent results
  • Easy to clean in the dishwasher

The Ninja Fit – Cons

  • Many users report the motor burning out after a few months of use
  • Will produce a lot of noise, will wake your neighbor’s dogs probably
  • Warranty is only 1 year which is kind of short

Final Verdict – Is The Ninja Fit Worth Buying?

It’s a very versatile little compact blender that can fit the needs and lifestyles of people from all walks of life. You can easily leave it on your countertop and use it every morning to make fruit smoothies instead of hitting the Mcdonalds drive-thru, and it can really encourage healthier eating habits.

I really like the overall compact design of the blender and I think many people will love having this in their kitchen. Despite a few complaints about the quality of the motor, the majority of users seem to be happy with this machine.

If you’re looking for an affordable compact sized blender for an active and busy lifestyle, the Ninja Fit is definitely worth checking out.



If the Ninja Fit isn’t the right fit for you (no pun intended) then consider checking out it’s competitors such as the NutriBullet Pro 900 and the Oster Pro 1200. These are also compact blenders but they are a bit more powerful.

That’s all for this Ninja Fit review, if you have any questions or comments about anything in this post then leave them down below.

My Final Rating:

  • Features
  • Overall Design
  • Value For Price

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6 thoughts on “Ninja Fit 700 Watt Blender Review – Is It Worth The Money?

  1. iantrader says:

    Hi – a friend has a Ninja but not sure what model it is, and they make me a smoothie every time (well, almost!) I go over. They’re really into healthy food and drinks. I just like the taste 🙂 They say it’s their favorite kitchen gadget. Mine’s my Tassimo :-).

    Anyway,  I’ve thought about getting one of these but I probably wouldn’t use it as much as they do. It does make a heckuva noise when it’s running but it doesn’t last long so really no big deal. They’ve had theirs for ages and had no problems with the motor, so that’s good.

    One thing I noticed when they’re making smoothies is that they put stuff in, blend, put more stuff in, blend a bit more and so on. I’m not sure why they do that. Can you not just put everything in and blend it all at once?

    The other thing I’ve heard is that some blenders are not so good at blending ice. I guess the more powerful the motor, the better it will do it. How does the Fit stand up in this regard?

    Given its small size and ease-of-use I think it would be great for me as I probably wouldn’t use it every day, but I would appreciate your comments on those couple of things.

    Thank you,Ian

    • Kent says:

      Its easier to make sure everything is blended consistently if you put in a little bit at a time. When you put in everything all at once some of the ingredients on the top might not make it down to the blades. Some blenders have tampers that’s designed to solve this problem by letting you stir the ingredients around while it’s blending so that everything can reach the blades.

      As far as crushing ice goes, yeah this is definitely powerful enough to crush ice and even blend up frozen fruit to create frozen desserts like sorbet and ice cream.

  2. Mary Ann says:

    Hi Kent. Thanks for the great in-depth review on the Ninja Fit 700. While it is definitely not the most powerful, it certainly seems to get the job done. My husband and I are avid juicers and have owned a couple of ninja juicers. One was 1200 watts and also made soups as well. I loved it but sold it while in Costa Rica! Our other blender lasted for several years until the seal started leaking on one of the containers.

    All in all, I love the Ninja products and think the Ninja Fit 700 is great if you are looking for fresh juice in the morning. Now if only someone could come up with a small but powerful one that would fit nicely in a suitcase and not weigh a ton, I would be interested. We keep buying Ninja’s and selling them because they weigh down our suitcases!

    Thanks again for a great review!

    • Kent says:

      Hey Mary, the Ninja Fit 700 only weighs about 5lbs so I wouldn’t say it’s too heavy. It’s actually very ideal for traveling because the small blending containers make it easy to put in the suitcases, unlike the full sized blenders that are often too awkwardly shaped for the suitcase.

  3. Marlinda Davis says:

    Hey Kent! Thanks for writing this detailed review on the Ninja Fit 700 Watt Blender. I have been looking for a good personal blender for a while now but haven’t found one I really like yet. Probably because I keep buying cheap ones, lol. As I was reading this one I was wondering if the motor burned out fast because its not meant to crush ice? I know a lot of people use ice in their smoothies but I don’t so I was wondering if that might be why before thinking about buying it.

    I was also wondering if you know of a more powerful personal blender? I like the personal ones because I always make too much if I use a regular sized blender and my family all like different combinations for their smoothies, lol. I don’t mind making them, I just need to find one of these that can stand up to the constant use.

    Hope this makes sense,Marlinda

    • Kent says:

      No I don’t think crushing ice will do any damage to the motor because that’s what the blades of the blenders are designed to do. But I have no idea what causes motors to burn out so I couldn’t tell you.

      If you’re looking for a more powerful personal blender I’d go with either the Nutribullet Pro (900watts) or the even mightier Nutribullet RX (1700watts). The RX has a heating feature that actually lets you heat up and cook soup right in the blending container itself. But if you’re not looking for anything fancy then maybe the Pro would be good enough.

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