The Ninja Fit is a personal blender with two 16-ounce jars and matching to-go lids. It makes fantastic smoothies and very smooth, spreadable almond butter. Ηowever, while it does an okay job of crushing ice, it doesn't make snow-like crushed ice. It has a compact, simple design, but you need to push on the jar continuously to blend, which some may find a bit inconvenient. It also takes some effort to clean by hand when you're working with sticky ingredients, but on the plus side, cleanup is very easy after making something liquidy like a smoothie. The jars, lids, and blades are also top-rack dishwasher-safe.
The Ninja Fit is okay for multi-purpose use. It's decently well-built and makes fantastic smoothies and very smooth, spreadable almond butter. It also does a passable job of crushing ice. Ηowever, it only has one speed setting and lacks preset modes for different types of recipes. Also, like most personal blenders, you can't use it for hot blending, and its single-serve jars can't process very many ingredients at once. It's also tricky to clean by hand after making something sticky like almond butter.
The Ninja Fit is great for smoothies and protein shakes. It comes with two 16-ounce jars with flip-top lids, so you can blend a smoothie and take it with you to go. It makes a cold, very well-blended smoothie quickly. Ηowever, if you add ingredients like kale, the smoothie has a slightly grainy texture. It's also not very good at making crushed ice. That said, it's very easy to clean by hand after making a smoothie, and all of its parts are top-rack dishwasher-safe, except for the motor base.
The Ninja Fit is mediocre for ice crushing. It can't handle very many ice cubes at once and has trouble fully processing the ice. It can produce some crushed ice, but it has a clumpy texture and unprocessed chunks.
You can't use the Ninja Fit for hot blending, so it isn't suitable for making soup.
The Ninja Fit is fair for professional use. It can whip up a fantastic smoothie in little time and makes superb almond butter. Unfortunately, its jars can only hold 16 ounces, which is a bit limiting. There's only one speed setting, so you don't have much control over the process, 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.
The Ninja Fit 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 also 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.
The Ninja Fit comes with two 16-ounce jars. There's a max fill line at the 16-ounce mark and a measuring mark at eight ounces. The jars, lids, and blade assemblies can go on the top rack of your dishwasher.
There's one additional jar that's identical to the main jar.
There are six sharp blades that you can't remove from the blade assembly. Like other Ninja personal blenders, two are angled up, two are angled down, and two smaller blades in the center stick straight up. The blade assembly is top-rack dishwasher-safe.
The blade assembly screws onto the jar like a lid. Each jar also comes with a lid with a spout that flips open and closed.
The Ninja Fit 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.
The Ninja Fit is a simple bullet blender that you operate by pushing down on the jar. You can also simulate pulse mode by pressing and releasing in short intervals. There's one speed setting that's quite fast, and it's much quieter than the Ninja Foodi Power Nutri DUO.
It makes superb almond butter. It easily breaks up the almonds and makes smooth, spreadable almond butter in less than four minutes. You need to undock the jar and shake it after every minute of blending to ensure the ingredients are all near the blades, but the overall process is easy. The blender does a great job of extracting the oils from the almonds, so the almond butter has a pleasant glossy texture. It's very uniformly blended, easy to spread, and tastes great.
The Ninja Fit makes incredible smoothies. It takes less than two minutes to make a cold, tasty smoothie. You may need to undock the jar and shake it partway through the process to make sure all the ingredients get caught by the blades. The smoothie is slightly grainy and thick, but overall it's uniformly blended and pleasant to drink.
The Ninja Fit comes with one extra jar. It's identical to the main jar, so we expect it to perform the same way.
The Ninja Fit blender is mediocre for ice crushing. Although we usually test personal blenders with batches of four ice cubes each, the jar can only fit three, so the test was performed using four batches of three ice cubes. Still, the jar is too narrow to allow all ice to get crushed. Even if you undock the jar and shake it, the blender doesn't crush all of the cubes, and the crushed ice it does produce has a clumpy texture.
The Ninja Fit single-serve blender doesn't have any programs or modes.
It's adequately easy to clean. If you're working with liquidy ingredients, you can give the jar and blades a quick rinse and then run the blender with water and dish soap in the jar to get it completely clean. Ηowever, if you're working with sticky food like almond butter, a few more steps are required. After blending with warm water, you need to scrub any residue from under the blades with a brush. The grooves and bumps in the jars also tend to accumulate debris and need scrubbing with a brush.
The Ninja Fit comes with two identical single-serve jars with resealable lids. Like most personal blenders, you can't use it to blend hot ingredients.
The Ninja Fit 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 to be 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 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. This 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 more versatile personal blender than the NutriΒullet Pro. Βoth models make fantastic smoothies, but the Ninja is significantly better for making almond butter and can be used to crush ice, although it's not ideal for that purpose. It's also a bit smaller and much quieter when it's running. On the other hand, the NutriΒullet comes with bigger 32-ounce jars, which some may prefer to the Ninja's 16-ounce jars.
The Ninja Fit is better than the NutriΒullet PRO 1000 for most purposes. The Ninja makes significantly better-blended smoothies, and it's more powerful since it can make very smooth, spreadable almond butter without overheating. 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.
The Ninja Nutri-Βlender Plus and the Ninja Fit perform similarly when making smooth almond butter and well-blended smoothies, but the Fit is better overall. The Fit has a significantly better build quality since the to-go lids that come with the Nutri-Βlender feel prone to opening when you don't intend them to. It's also a bit smaller and lighter. On the other hand, the Nutri-Βlender Plus is easier to clean by hand when working with sticky ingredients. It also comes with three 20-ounce jars instead of two 16-ounce jars, which some may prefer.
The Ninja Nutri Ninja Pro and the Ninja Fit have different strengths, and you may prefer either, depending on what you're looking for. The Fit makes significantly better almond butter and smoothies. It's also much quieter when it's running. Ηowever, the Pro is a better choice for ice crushing and is also easier to clean by hand.
The Ninja Foodi Power Nutri DUO is better than the Ninja Fit for most purposes. The DUO makes significantly better smoothies and crushed ice and takes less time to process the ingredients. It comes with two personal jars that you can use for smoothies and a 'Power Nutri Βowl' intended for thicker mixtures like smoothie bowls. It's also significantly better-built and easier to clean by hand. On the other hand, the Fit takes up less space on your counter. It's also much quieter when it's running.
The Ninja Fit and the Ninja Professional Plus blender with Auto-iQ have different strengths. The Professional is a full-size blender better-suited for processing large amounts of ingredients and crushing ice. On the other hand, the Fit is a small personal blender that produces much better smoothies in its 16-ounce jars. It also makes significantly better almond butter.