Save $$ on this Ninja Mega Kitchen System blender and juicer at Best Buy

The Ninja Mega Kitchen System is all the food processor you could ever want, now at a great lower Best Buy price

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There are food processors, and then there are real food processors. If you're after a really comprehensive system with plenty of horsepower and an all-in-one set of tools for different jobs, the Ninja Mega Kitchen System is for you. Whether you're blitzing up some garlic paste, making a pitcher of margaritas or whipping up a post-workout smoothie, the Ninja is equally at home.

The Mega Kitchen System packs a hefty 72oz capacity and 1500 watts of power. It's been discounted again, now available at Best Buy for $159.99, a saving of $40 from the total price. Check out the deal in full below:

Ninja Mega Kitchen System | was $199.99 | now $159.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Mega Kitchen System | was $199.99 | now $159.99 at Best Buy
Save $100 on the Mega Kitchen System. The basic machine is small and easy to store, but it comes with a selection of convenient of attachments designed to cover every task at hand. A crushing pitcher pulverizes ice to snow in seconds, while the smaller food processor jug and smoothie cup attachments allow you to adjust your base unit according to your needs. 

Ninja has been a leader in food processors for years, and this exceptional system is, well, no exception. It comes with two 16 ounce Nutri Ninja cups with to-go lids, ideal for creating personalized, nutrient rich drinks to take to the gym or out in the park to keep your workout fuelled. Just bend the ingredients in the cup itself, snap on the lid and go. 

The extra-large 72 ounce pitcher is for party time. Whether you're making large quantities of soup to pop in the fridge or you're whipping up a batch of frozen margaritas, the crushing function will accommodate. The 8-cup food processor is ideal for almost all other kitchen scenarios, from salsa-style dips to batches of cookie dough. 

Everything is dishwasher-safe, and it all clips easily to the base unit, which is the real star of the show. At 1500 watts, it'll pulverise anything you can throw at it faster than Mike Tyson in his prime, while four different blending speeds puts the power back in your hands. 

Still not convinced? You can always check out our full list of the best blenders, many of which has had their price slashed. If you want to give your shakes an extra bump of protein, check out our guide to the best protein powders for women and best protein powder for weight loss.

Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.