I use a blender regularly to prepare dog food. But unfortunately, my NutriBullet broke down. Now I read various reviews and I find it difficult to choose a new one. Does anyone have any experience using a Ninja blender? Is it worth it? Advice on other models is also accepted. ThanksBrian MParticipant
I have a Ninja blender and I am happy with it. But I have a simpler model that does not grind bones. The brand itself is good, but choose according to your needs. Some models are described here https://devices4home.com/best-ninja-blender Hope it will help you.Joe DParticipant
Thanks, Brianhuge HParticipant
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