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BPA free 700ml protein shaker £2.95 delivered by bodybuilding warehouse @ amazon

£2.95 @ Amazon
I use these shakers every day and been meaning to buy some BPA free ones and came across this shaker at a great price.. A fast and easy way to mix your protein shake on the go Comes with a mesh b… Read More
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I use these shakers every day and been meaning to buy some BPA free ones and came across this shaker at a great price..

A fast and easy way to mix your protein shake on the go
Comes with a mesh blenderball to ensure no lumps
Dishwasher friendly and BPA free
Screw top lid prevents any spillage
Ideal size to fit in your gym bag
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#1
If any one can find these cheaper or even near this price please let me know as I'm going to order 4 of them ... just waiting for the experts opinions first....

Edited By: lovernotfighter on Dec 13, 2014 18:15
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#3
I've got one of these, was cheapest I could find. Used it every day, works well. The text washed off pretty quickly, but that didn't really bother me lol.
#4
lovernotfighter
If any one can find these cheaper or even near this price please let me know as I'm going to order 4 of them ... just waiting for the experts opinions first....

Looks ok for the price, good reviews too.

I find that bottles with the mesh grid at the top AND blender ball mix best though, you shouldn't have to pay much more than this for one of those.
Is there a smaller/cheaper one available?
I don't imagine you'll need 700ml!
#5
DexMorgan
lovernotfighter
If any one can find these cheaper or even near this price please let me know as I'm going to order 4 of them ... just waiting for the experts opinions first....

Looks ok for the price, good reviews too.

I find that bottles with the mesh grid at the top AND blender ball mix best though, you shouldn't have to pay much more than this for one of those.
Is there a smaller/cheaper one available?
I don't imagine you'll need 700ml!

I double up on my shake intake and use them when training so need at least 700ml!
#6
I've never seen a shaker sold with the grid AND a ball.. I find mesh is better white powders (bcaa,glutamine,creatine etc) and the metal ball better for protein powders IMO
#7
That's a good price.
My protein often sell them for around £2, but then you have delivery on top.
If they are on offer I add one as an add on item. Have about 7 now.
#8
fonzie2107
That's a good price.
My protein often sell them for around £2, but then you have delivery on top.
If they are on offer I add one as an add on item. Have about 7 now.
2.99 for 1 litre there ATM but need to pay P&P
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lovernotfighter
If any one can find these cheaper or even near this price please let me know as I'm going to order 4 of them ... just waiting for the experts opinions first....


Just had a look around and can't see anything close to this price really, id always choose mixer ball over mesh as I find it's much better but each to their own really. Good price for shaker, but would consider buying the myprotein one, even though you pay the £2.99 delivery, if your buyinh four it'll save you a quid.
#10
not sure if bpa free but sshealthfoods are doing 60 bottles for £9.99

http://www.sshealthfoods.com/pages.php?page=lt.gymequipment&details=3475
#11
Out of stock
#12
lovernotfighter
I've never seen a shaker sold with the grid AND a ball.. I find mesh is better white powders (bcaa,glutamine,creatine etc) and the metal ball better for protein powders IMO

I got sent a free Maximuscle shaker that had both grid and ball when I ordered protein from somewhere (not Maximuscle)
I add glutamine and creatine to my protein so it's good to have both
#13
Buy a protein which uses sunflower lecithin instead of soy and you won't need mesh or ball. Instantises really well!
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lovernotfighter
If any one can find these cheaper or even near this price please let me know as I'm going to order 4 of them ... just waiting for the experts opinions first....


Just found these on eBay, £1.60 each (£8 for 5) made with 'friendly plastics' 700ml each. http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&alt=web&id=331394427283
#15
joemc8
Out of stock

In stock still
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Heat for the photo

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