Top positive review
Ninja Fit, but the cups probably can't fit into any more places than other blender cups
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2018
Plastic Cups seem thicker and more durable compared to my last ones
Blends Very Well: I questioned the strange shape of the cups until I started blending. It has bladed shaping on the bottom and sides to create a vortex that swallows everything you put in it. The blades look scarier than my last blender.
Cups/Lids/Blades are dishwasher safe
Only 2 Cups: Not much of a problem as long as they last. I had 4 cups with the last blender, and after 4 years I was down to 1.
Cups are Tall: Not horribly tall, but enough that I have to use a different shelf in the fridge at work.
Drinkability of Lids is limited: I drink fruit smoothies, and while the lid opening seems big enough, the air hole is too small to allow the smoothie to pour out fast enough and the air hole can easily get clogged by a tiny drop of smoothie. This wouldn't be much of a problem if all you had to do was drink a little slower, but the smoothie can't get back into the cup because of the bad airflow, which causes it to spill around the mouthpiece of the lid. Maybe it's not a big deal, but I don't like it.
UPDATE: If you don't cover the whole mouthpiece with your mouth so that there's room for air, the flow seems to be a lot better. Maybe my smoothie was just a bit less thick today too, but it doesn't seem to be as bad as before, so I guess I just figured out how to drink out of it.
2ND UPDATE: Yeah, thickness matters. A smoothie that’s really thick just requires you to take off the lid to drink it.