Blenders: Let Your Ingredients Socialize

What’s the voltage on the Ninja NJ600-FS? Since I live in Germany (DoD), I need 220 or dual voltage. I’m sure it’s probably 110, but I have to ask,hehe.

Here is a link to the Omega site for the Omega 800 juicer:

We have the prior generation 8006. If you are serious about nutrition, the slow masticating juicers are the way to go. They don’t heat the juice so you don’t destroy the nutrients. The clean up is easy.

The 800 sounds wonderful! With a larger input port and additional settings, this is an improvement. There is a little prep in cutting your fruits and vegetables to fit into the chute, but it is so worth it.

Woot!s price is $100 less than Omega’s price and cheaper than you will find it anywhere else. Snap these up before they are gone!

I lost 80 lbs by adding juicing to my diet. That gave me the energy to exercise.

One other cool thing with the Omega’s: You can grind coffee beans with them! They work just like a burr grinder!

Eight years ago I decided to try a vegetarian lifestyle. The first thing I did was to buy an Omega Juicer. One of the best decisions I have made. This juicer is almost indestructible. I use it daily (2-3 times). Recently, I have replaced the part that does the actual grinding. But that was after 8 years. Great product. My favorite drink is my version of V8 juice. Woww. Delicious.

Hey could you share your V8 recipe? I haven’t found one I like.

I’d suggest contacting Ninja for information. My guess is that it’s not dual voltage but I could be wrong.

I agree! I have the 8006. Wanted to add that the 10 year warranty is the best in the biz. My wife and I went on an anti-inflammation diet after we both suffered ruptured spinal discs. During a 3 month checkup, the spinal specialist looked at my wife’s scan and said she had never seen such progress in such a short amount of time. This success will apply to your whole body.

This is a really fine juicer and brand new comes with a 10-year warranty, which should give you an idea of the quality. But if you’re going to buy one, you might be better off checking that web site that’s named after a really big river - the prices on factory refurbished ones are much cheaper and have a one-year warranty vs. 90 days. Good luck and happy Wooting!

Are there missing parts on the QB1005? There should be a different blade set for each container. 6 for the 48oz, 4 for the 40oz and 3 for the 16oz.

What’s the difference between the Ninja Master Prep Pro (QB1005) and the Ninja Master Prep Professional (QB1005-FS)? Do they both have the same operating wattage? It would really help me to know this difference before I place an order. Thanks!

I bought this Ninja from in January 2015 and now, after not being used for a few months, it no longer works. I probably used it a dozen times since January. I certainly did not get my money out of this purchase.