The Ninja Fit is a personal blender that comes with a pair of 16-ounce jars meant for single-serve smoothies and protein shakes. There's a to-go lid for each jar so you can bring your drink with you on the go. It has a compact, simple design, but you need to push on the jar continuously to blend, which some may find inconvenient. The jars, lids, and blades are top-rack dishwasher-safe.
The Ninja Fit blender is decent for multi-purpose use. It's meant for making single-serve smoothies and works really well for that purpose. It can make a smooth blend with fibrous ingredients like kale and produce small batches of crushed ice. It even makes smooth, spreadable nut butter. Ηowever, the jars' 16-ounce capacity is limiting, and you need to push on the jar to blend, so it's not ideal for multiple batches. Like most personal blenders, it can't hot blend and has only one speed setting.
The Ninja Fit blender is great for making single-serve smoothies. It comes with a pair of 16-ounce jars that are meant for making personal drinks like smoothies and shakes. They come with matching to-go lids. It makes a very smooth blend of fibrous ingredients like kale, so smoothies turn out silky even if you add tough ingredients like kale. The jars and lids are also dishwasher-safe and easy to clean by hand.
The Ninja Fit blender is okay for making multiple servings of smoothies. The 16-ounce jars are meant for making personal-sized smoothies, so it's not ideal for that purpose. However, it makes a silky blend with fibrous ingredients like kale. The jars and lids are easy to clean by hand and dishwasher-safe.
The Ninja Fit blender is mediocre for crushing ice. It can't handle very many ice cubes at once, so if you're making crushed ice for drinks, you need to work in batches. That said, it's decently well-built and makes mostly snow-like ice with some icy, clumpy patches.
Like most personal blenders, the Ninja Fit isn't safe to use for hot blending, so it's not ideal for making soup. The jars' small capacity also means you need to work in batches if you're making soup for more than one person. However, it makes a smooth puree of fibrous ingredients, so you can use it to blend room temperature ingredients into a silky soup or sauce.
The Ninja Fit blender is poor for professional use. It can whip up a fantastic smoothie in little time and makes smooth, spreadable nut butter and nearly snow-like crushed ice. Unfortunately, its jars can only hold 16 ounces, and you need to hold down the jar continuously to blend, which may be a little annoying if you use the blender several times a day. Like most personal blenders, it can't hot blend. Also, while it's decently well-built, the plastic gears on the base and blade assembly don't feel particularly durable.
This blender comes in one variant with a black and silver color scheme. Our unit has the model number QΒ3001SS, and you can see its label here. It's also sometimes sold with the model numbers QΒ3000SS and QΒ3000SSW, but these appear identical, and we expect our results to be valid for those models as well. If you come across another variant, please let us know in the discussions, and we'll update our review.
The Ninja Fit blender is a simple bullet blender that's operated by pushing down on the jar, like the Ninja Nutri Ninja Pro or the Ninja Nutri-Blender Plus. It makes significantly better smoothies and almond butter but isn't nearly as good at crushing ice. It may be because its jars are smaller and have a different shape. Still, you can use it to crush ice without liquid in the jar, unlike some personal blenders, like the NutriΒullet Pro. Unfortunately, unlike most other Ninja blenders, the manufacturer doesn't have replacement jars or other parts for this model available on its website.
The Ninja Fit is a bit better than the Ninja Nutri-Βlender Plus. The Fit is better-built, makes a silkier puree with fibrous ingredients, and it's easier to clean by hand. Its to-go lids have a better design, since the to-go lids that come with the Nutri-Βlender feel prone to opening accidentally. On the other hand, the Nutri-Βlender comes with three 20-ounce jars instead of two 16-ounce jars, which some may prefer.
The Ninja Fit is a bit better than the Ninja Nutri Ninja Pro. They both make fantastic smoothies, but the Fit makes a slightly smoother blend with small batches of fibrous ingredients like kale. It's somewhat quieter and easier to use to process hard ingredients like nuts. On the other hand, the Nutri Ninja Pro comes with an assortment of differently-sized jars. It's better for ice crushing since its 24-ounce jar can fit more ice cubes than the Fit's 16-ounce jars.
The NutriBullet Pro 900 is a better personal blender than the Ninja Fit. It's more convenient to use and faster at processing fibrous ingredients like kale, so it doesn't take as long to make a silky smoothie. It's easier to use for recipes like nut butter, comes with bigger jars, and it's quieter when it's running. Then again, the Ninja can crush ice without liquid in the jar. It's easier to clean by hand and all of its components are dishwasher-safe.
The Ninja Foodi Power Nutri DUO is better than the Ninja Fit for most purposes. The DUO has a better build quality and is easier to use, since you don't need to press down on the jar to blend. Its personal jars for single-serve smoothies have a bigger capacity, and it also comes with a 'Smoothie Βowl Maker' jar that makes it very easy to use for recipes like nut butter. On the other hand, it's very loud, and if you're just looking for a simple smoothie maker, you may prefer the Ninja Fit for that reason.
The Ninja Fit is a better personal blender than the Magic Bullet Essential. The Fit is sturdier and comes with two jars instead of one. There are also to-go lids for the jars. The two blenders are both fantastic at processing fibrous ingredients like kale, but the Fit also performs well for making nut butter and crushed ice.
The Ninja Fit is better than the NutriΒullet PRO 1000 for most purposes. The Ninja makes slightly silkier blends with ingredients like kale, can crush ice, and does a better job with tough ingredients like nuts. On the other hand, the NutriBullet comes with bigger 32-ounce jars that are better for crushing ice. It's also easier to clean by hand.
It has a decent build quality. The motor base gear is similar to the Ninja Nutri-Βlender Plus, but there's a more robust mechanism around it to help hold the jars steady. There's a rubber ring around the bottom of the motor base that helps it grip onto surfaces. Unfortunately, the gears on the motor base and blade assembly are made of cheap-feeling plastic. The jar doesn't screw or lock onto the base either, so you have to hold it down to blend. Overall, it's not as well-built as the Ninja Foodi Power Nutri DUO.
It comes with two jars with a 16-ounce max liquid capacity, which is on the small side even for a personal blender. They have markings that show the maximum fill line.
The plastic jars are top-rack dishwasher-safe, along with the lids and blade assembly.
The blade assembly screws onto the jars like a lid. There are six sharp blades, including two in the middle that point straight up. The assembly is top-rack dishwasher-safe.
Aside from the blade assembly, there's a resealable to-go lid for each jar, meaning you can bring a smoothie on-the-go.
This blender's power cord should be long enough to reach an outlet near your counter. There's no compartment to store it in when it's not in use.
It's fantastic for making small batches of fibrous ingredients. It makes a virtually perfectly smooth puree with ingredients like kale. The only downside is you need to hold the jar down continuously to operate the blender. Blenders like the NutriBullet Pro+ have jars that lock into place for a more hands-free process.
It does a fantastic job of processing fibrous ingredients at full capacity. The jars can only fit 16 ounces at most, so you can't make a big batch of smoothies, but they produce a very smooth puree, even filled to the max. The result has a few more visible grains compared to what you get with a smaller batch, but it's still very smooth.
It's great for crushing ice. Although we usually test personal blenders with batches of four ice cubes, the jar can only fit three, so the test was performed using four batches of three ice cubes. It makes nearly snow-like crushed ice, with some icy and clumpy bits. You need to hold the jar down to blend, so it's a bit annoying to use for ice crushing if you're making multiple batches.
This blender makes very smooth, spreadable nut butter. It doesn't take very long, but it's not the easiest process because you have to hold the jar down to blend. You also have to undock and shake the jar a few times to help all the nuts get processed.
The Ninja Fit single serve blender has one speed setting, so like most personal blenders, it's not ideal if you want to fine-tune the blending speed to suit different recipes.
It's a simple bullet blender you operate by pushing down on the jar. You can also simulate pulse mode by pressing and releasing in short intervals. It doesn't have any automatic blending programs.