Researching the Ninja Pulse Blender

Ninja Kitchen

I’ve been buying kitchen appliances for almost 40 years. I know most of the brand names by reputation, but I’ve also owned appliances from most of them myself. I always research first, to find the best product for my needs that fits in my price range.

When I first heard about the Ninja kitchen products, I was unfamiliar with the name. I prefer to buy appliances from well-known manufacturers with long track records, but the Ninjas sounded like great products so I spent a bit of time on the internet to find out who made them.

Euro-Pro, LLC

Ninja is not the name of the company--Ninja is a brand name. The manufacturer, Euro-Pro Operating LLC, makes household appliances under several brand names. Ninja is their kitchen appliance line. I have seen some of their other products bearing the brand names Shark and Bravetti.

It’s no surprise that a company named Euro-Pro originated in Europe. I have actually lived there and I know firsthand that European manufacturing standards are high. Many fine quality household goods are made there. 

Ninja Kitchen Innovation

Euro-Pro has migrated across the ocean and is now based in Massachusetts. But the company maintains its standards and focus on making high quality appliances as it has for more than a century.

The company’s focus is providing better and more efficient products for today’s busy consumers. Obviously they do their research and market testing, as they hit the mark with their innovative products. They take great pride in developing practical, easy-to-use products that they can offer at competitive price points. 

Ninja Kitchen Systems Pulse Blender set

Ninja Pulse Blender Set
Credit: Euro-Pro, LLC

About the Ninja Pulse

The Ninja Pulse blender is a great example of this innovation.  Euro-Pro has several different Ninja blenders, but the Pulse is their most recent offering and is considered to be one of their best products available. 

The Ninja Pulse is easy to use, easy to clean, and will conquer any task set in front of it.  The extra boost of power gives it that edge that helps it make:

  • Smoothies
  • Whipped cream
  • Shredded cheese
  • Nut flours
  • Bread crumbs
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Hot homemade lattes
  • Tropical drinks
  • Hot sauce
  • Pumpkin puree
  • Frozen coffee drinks
  • Nut Milks
  • Coconut Milk
  • Nut butters
  • Pesto
  • Hummus
  • Snowcones
  • Fruit popsicles
  • Fruit juice
  • Soft serve ice cream
  • Frozen lemonade
  • Powdered drink mixes

... and many many more.

Euro-Pro's pulse blender is often compared to other personal-size blenders such as the Magic Bullet, but the 700 watts of power (compared to the 250 watt Bullet), extra blades, and even the locking sipper lids put it miles ahead of any competition. 

Ninja—and Euro-Pro—passed my background check with flying colors.