Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

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Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

FEATURED Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

  • 6-quart capacity, Non-stick interior
  • Accommodates a chicken up to 6 lbs or a roast up to 4 lbs
  • 3 cook settings: steam roast, stovetop cooking and slow cook
  • Allows you to simmer, saute and sear
  • Removable roasting rack features easy-grip handles

Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700 The Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System features triple fusion heat that surrounds the meal to cook faster and juicier for more flavorful results. With this cooking system you can steam roast, perform stovetop cooking or use the “searious” slow cook to complete family meals in the large six-quart cooking pot. Use the oven function for steam-infused roasting to cook 30 percent faster with 30 percent less fat than conventional ovens.

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  1. 112 of 130 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Overpriced and Confusing Ad, December 2, 2012
    By 
    RWM (New York, New York) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

    *
    Only one star, based solely upon the high price of this product on Amazon and the deceptive and confusing nature of the ad. When rating a product, I consider price and the integrity of the ad as much a factor as quality.

    There are numerous versions of this product, including, but not limited to, the MC700, the MC701, the MC702, the MC702Q and the MC703. There is no description of the accessories or the warranty that come with the MC700. While different model numbers may signify different accessories and warranties, the base cooking system is the same. The warranty is generally for one year (some stores and credit cards* offer a supplemental warranty) and the accessories may vary slightly from model to model. The ad should have clearly identified the accessories and the warranty that accompany the MC700 and how it differs from the MC701, the MC702, the MC702Q and the MC703.

    The MC700 includes a six quart base cooking system, mounting rack roast/bake, multi-purpose pan, silicon mitts, silicon muffin tray, quick start guide, instruction booklet, 25 recipe cook book, and a one year warranty.

    The MC701 includes a six quart base cooking system, mounting rack roast/bake, multi-purpose pan, inspiration guide, quick start guide, instruction booklet, 25 recipe cook book, and a one year warranty.

    The MC702 includes a six quart base cooking system, mounting rack roast/bake, multi-purpose pan, silicon mitts, silicon muffin tray, quick start guide, instruction booklet, 25 recipe cook book, and a one year warranty.

    The MC702Q includes a six quart base cooking system, mounting rack roast/bake, multi-purpose pan, 25 recipe cook book, and a one year warranty.

    The MC703 includes a six quart base cooking system, mounting rack roast/bake, multi-purpose pan, silicon mitts, silicon muffin tray, roasting lifter set, quick start guide, instruction booklet, 150 recipe cook book, and a one year warranty.

    The Ninja website version includes a six quart base cooking system, mounting rack roast/bake, multi-purpose baking pan, silicon mitts, loaf pan, 150 recipe cook book, and a five year warranty.

    As of July 1, 2013, the following outlets offer the following products: Walmart sells the MC700 for $149.0 with a one year warranty; Sears sells the MC701 for $262.83 with a one year warranty, and the MC702 for $265.97 with a one year warranty; Buy Happier.com sells the MC702Q for $179.99 with a three year warranty; Home Depot sells the MC701 for $159.00 with a one year warranty and the MC702 for $159.99 with a one year warranty; Bed Bath & Beyond sells the MC702 for $159.99 with a one year warranty; Target sells the MC702 for $149.99 with a one year warranty; Macy’s sells the MC702 for $159.99 with a one year warranty; BJs sells the MC703 for $149.99 with a one year warranty; and the Ninja website offers its version of the product for $159.80 with a five year warranty.

    If you have a twenty-percent in-store discount coupon from BB&B, you will pay only $128.00 for the MC702. If BB&B does not have the MC702 in stock, they will ship it to you for no additional cost. If you have received an online 20% discount coupon offer from BB&B via email, the same deal applies, including free shipping. That way, you don’t have to travel to a BB&B store to obtain the benefit of the discount – you can avail yourself of the discount online. This represents a savings of around $70.00 over the current best price for the MC700 of approximately $200.00 through Amazon. That is a substantial price difference for a product that can be bought for $128.00! Although prices on Amazon are starting to come down**, they are still not competitive with prices offered by many stores. There is too much hype and confusion about this product, placing the consumer at a disadvantage and resulting in what I believe to be predatory tactics by some vendors on Amazon.

    While I think this is a decent product (I have the MC702, which I bought from BB&B for $128.00), the quality of the product is over-shadowed by its high price on Amazon. I am aware that some folks do not consider price part of the rating process, but I do. I would never vastly overpay for a product, regardless of how well it performs. I’m certain others will rate this product here, based strictly upon quality.***

    RATING: I rated the Ninja MC700 Multi Cooker 3 in 1 Cooking System three and one-half stars based upon quality but overall, I rated it here only one star. In my opinion, it cooks reasonably well but I have reservations about the quality and shortcomings of the product. I’m not sure how well it will hold up over time. It is also very overpriced from this group of vendors, so I have further lowered my rating accordingly.

    * The credit card you use to make a purchase may have a warranty supplementation feature. Check with your credit card company.

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  2. 22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    UPDATED!! We still love our Ninja Cooking system!! RECIPES HERE!!, January 22, 2013
    By 
    M. Cox (Kentucky) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

    UPDATED Review 3/1/2013!!! Many more recipes have been uploaded to YouTube!! Subscribe to my channel for weekly recipes. Search on YouTube for im14pinball. My videos will come up. Thanks!!

    We bought ours at a local departments store, it was around the $120 range with a coupon. We are very pleased with it so far.

    We saved quite a bit over the TV price and I cant believe we purchased it cheaper than Amazon sells it. Very rarely does that happen!

    Needless to say, we really enjoy our Ninja Cooking System.

    The multiple settings allow this one appliance to be so versatile, so convenient that you will most likely never use another traditional crock pot again.

    This has a StoveTop setting with low, medium, high settings. This can be used for simmering, sauteing, and searing meats. We often sear our meat on Stovetop high prior to cooking it to help seal in the juices.

    It has an oven setting that is adjustable using the digital display. You can adjust the oven temperature from 250 – 425 degrees!! Use this like a traditional oven. Much faster to heat up than a traditional oven and much less energy is used.

    It also has a slow cooker setting with Low, High and Buffet settings. This setting is what you would use to cook like you would using a traditional crock pot. The buffet setting you would use to keep food warm for serving.

    The main pot holds up to 6 quarts!! It also comes with a silicon mini muffin pan, a mini cake style pan and a mesh roasting rack that makes steaming veggies a breeze.

    So far everything has been super easy to clean. I have not had anything stick bad enough that I was scrubbing to get it clean. Most items just rinse right off of it. The main pot is dishwasher safe. The roasting rack and lid is not. However I have never had any issues cleaning either. I have not had any issues with the non stick cooking surface peeling off. I make sure I only use plastic or wooden utensils in it and never scrape metal spoons or forks against the nonstick surface.

    So far, everything we have cooked in this thing has came out great.

    The cupcakes that come out of this thing are super moist and each one is evenly cooked.

    The roast was awesome!! Taco soup is YUMMY! (see youtube for recipes)

    There are just a couple things that I have noticed after using this for several months. Not really complaints but items to mention.

    One annoying item, and this is a complaint. There is no buzzer or DING! to notify you when the cooking timer is done. This seems like an Obvious, simple thing that was just overlooked.

    When Steaming or steam roasting, one cup of water will last approx 9 – 11 minutes. SO if you are steam roasting for longer you need to make sure you check your water level periodically to ensure it doesn’t completely evaporate and add more as needed.

    The unit gets HOT!! So make sure you don’t touch most of it when cooking. the handle on the lid stays cool, that and the controls are the only safe areas when this thing is on and cooking.

    Be careful when removing the lid, the steam is HOT and there will be a lot of condensation on the inside of the lid that will spill on the counter or whatever you hold the lid over when you remove it. Its best to just tilt the lid off and hold it over the food to let the water drain off the lid and back into the pot. You will see what I am talking about once you get it and cook with it. :-)

    The only other problem is the lack of recipes online. They are few and far between. It does come with a mini book to get you started, it contains 25 recipes. Some are practical, others are not, ( I don’t cook scallops often, if ever.) There is an additional cook book available but it is around $25 to $30 extra!!

    SO, to save everyone some money, my wife and I are putting recipes on YouTube for everyone to enjoy.

    We plan on posting a lot more to help others also looking for recipes.

    Feel free to subscribe to my YouTube channel. We plan on adding at least one new recipe each and every week.

    Go to YouTube and search for im14pinball My channel will be the first one to pop up.

    Let me know if there are any recipes you want us to try and I will try to get them online.

    We currently have How To videos for Cupcakes, Chicken Poppers, Taco Soup, Potato Soup, Broccoli Cheese dip, Super Easy Spaghetti (you really won’t believe how easy it is), an awesome THREE INGREDIENT ROAST!!! and many more.

    I really hope this review has helped some people. Please rate this review up if it did.

    Thanks.

    Mitch Cox

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  3. Tamra L. Bowman "tamrabear" says:
    19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    $60 CHEAPER ELSEWHERE….. good product, December 16, 2012
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    Tamra L. Bowman “tamrabear” (kenmore, ny United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System MC700

    I’m basing my review on the product. AMAZING COOKER. Does everything. A dream come true. I use it ALL the time for everything. But I took off 1 star because it is grossly over priced on this site. SHAME ON YOU AMAZON!!!

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