1 hour ago, ElsieD said:
Best Buy has some interesting reviews:
24 out of 26 of those positive reviews are provided by people in Best Buy's "Tech Insider Network", which means they all got a free machine for writing some words down. I have owned a couple of Ninja products in the past (a combo slow cooker thing and an indoor grill) and ended up giving them away because they always felt a little cheap and while they did a lot for a little money, I never felt they did one thing particularly well.
Edit: I also have a really hard time believing that all that's missing from the Ninja machine is roughly $10K of durability.