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Breville VBL075 Blend-Active blender £15.50 Tesco Direct

£15.50 @ Tesco Direct
Making healthy homemade smoothies, shakes, slushies and protein drinks couldn't be easier, with the Breville Blend-Active: Read More
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meatpie613
wow was desperate for a blender for feacal swopping great for any problems to do with your bowls, blend feacal matter from a healthy person and administer via enema. It introduces healthy bowel flora into the colon


You need to get the one with two bottles and mark yours with a permanent marker.

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#1
You're only saving £2
#2
That's cheap, I paid £20 for mine...
#3
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disney_x
You're only saving £2


Such a moronic comment. Thanks to the OP for the best price for a top product
#4
Great price! - Hot !
#5
Love this product, we use ours all the time. Definitely the best value for money!
3 Likes #6
Looks like this only has one bottle with it. On their own the bottles are £10 each so people might want to consider paying £5 more for the set with 2 bottles HERE.
Good deal if you only want the 1 though...

Edited By: g1bbuk on Dec 31, 2014 16:18
#7
wow was desperate for a blender for feacal swopping great for any problems to do with your bowls, blend feacal matter from a healthy person and administer via enema. It introduces healthy bowel flora into the colon
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meatpie613
wow was desperate for a blender for feacal swopping great for any problems to do with your bowls, blend feacal matter from a healthy person and administer via enema. It introduces healthy bowel flora into the colon


You need to get the one with two bottles and mark yours with a permanent marker.
#9
very good price....<3
#10
they had the one with 2 bottles at £19.50 just before Christmas. Gone back upto £22 again now. I got one :)



Edited By: arcangel111 on Dec 31, 2014 17:29
#11
Is this a juicer?
#12
it's a blender/smoothie maker
#13
put all your stuff in the bottle then screw the blades on top like a lid, put it onto the machine to "blend" then replace with sports cap and then you can take it out with you..
#14
Her indoors got the 2 bottle version from asda earlier in week for £20
#15
g1bbuk
Looks like this only has one bottle with it. On their own the bottles are £10 each so people might want to consider paying £5 more for the set with 2 bottles HERE.
Good deal if you only want the 1 though...

Yes only one bottle.

I bought the VBL062 from tesco for £19.50 as it has two bottles
#16
Noticed this yesterday but didn't go for it as it only had one bottle. Used flubit with the one on amazon yesterday and got the one with 2 bottles for £18
#17
Hi guys, how much fruit do you roughly need to make a bottle of smoothie? I was just wondering if it's more cost effective to buy all the fruit for this little blender, or if you're better off just buying something like innocent smoothies?

Cheers.
#18
Good deal heat added.
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Necrotix
Hi guys, how much fruit do you roughly need to make a bottle of smoothie? I was just wondering if it's more cost effective to buy all the fruit for this little blender, or if you're better off just buying something like innocent smoothies?

Cheers.

A lot cheaper. All the supermarkets have packs of frozen fruits etc. that are handy.
#20
brilliant product great price Thanks op i use mine all the time and bought parents one and inlaws and sister so easy! !!

Cheers
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I think shop bought smoothies aren't as good for you as most of the fruit will be juiced rather than blended meaning a lot of the nutrients will be lost in the pulp. It can work out cheaper and easier to use frozen fruit/veg rather than fresh too.

The smoothie I made this morning had 1 peeled fresh banana, a handful of frozen raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants, a few frozen blueberries, a few frozen pineapple chunks, one block of frozen spinach, 2 dessert spoons of milled goji berries, flax, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Then used coconut water as the liquid. This was done in a large cup in a Nutribullet and not sure how large the bottles are compared to this blender.
#22
How does this compare to the nutribullet does anyone know. I was considering buying one but they are mega expensive.
#23
friendlyfire321
I think shop bought smoothies aren't as good for you as most of the fruit will be juiced rather than blended meaning a lot of the nutrients will be lost in the pulp. It can work out cheaper and easier to use frozen fruit/veg rather than fresh too.

The smoothie I made this morning had 1 peeled fresh banana, a handful of frozen raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants, a few frozen blueberries, a few frozen pineapple chunks, one block of frozen spinach, 2 dessert spoons of milled goji berries, flax, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Then used coconut water as the liquid. This was done in a large cup in a Nutribullet and not sure how large the bottles are compared to this blender.

Crikey. If I had one of these I would probably just throw in a banana and some milk.
#24
OMG i hv paid £18, i wont be able to sleep tonight ,,,, thats it no more smoothie for one week
#25
These are great .so much easier than a juicer ..
Nice one op.
#26
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meatpie613
wow was desperate for a blender for feacal swopping great for any problems to do with your bowls, blend feacal matter from a healthy person and administer via enema. It introduces healthy bowel flora into the colon


You need to get the one with two bottles and mark yours with a permanent marker.


Lol!
#27
The 2 bottle version was £16 in our local Sainsbury's today.
#28
meatpie613
wow was desperate for a blender for feacal swopping great for any problems to do with your bowls, blend feacal matter from a healthy person and administer via enema. It introduces healthy bowel flora into the colon

oO
#29
I bought one of these today, anyone got any good recipes?
#30
In the morning:

Banana
Milk

Small fruit optional
Half a teaspoon of jam or honey optioNal

I cut out bottom of cola bottles to store:
Chopped up fruit +
Yoghurt

In the freezer for ice cream desert or as a little ice with morning smoothie.

Healthier than ice cream or expensive dead smoothie in shops. The nipply bottles bottom shape makes good ice chunks.

Just Google smoothie recipe for thousands more but above is genetic rule.
#31
ooooh cheaper than asda's £20
banned#32
Ordered one, had some tesco vouchers so got it for £12.50 delivered to store.
what type of veg can you use in this?
#33
friendlyfire321
I think shop bought smoothies aren't as good for you as most of the fruit will be juiced rather than blended meaning a lot of the nutrients will be lost in the pulp. It can work out cheaper and easier to use frozen fruit/veg rather than fresh too.
The smoothie I made this morning had 1 peeled fresh banana, a handful of frozen raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants, a few frozen blueberries, a few frozen pineapple chunks, one block of frozen spinach, 2 dessert spoons of milled goji berries, flax, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Then used coconut water as the liquid. This was done in a large cup in a Nutribullet and not sure how large the bottles are compared to this blender.

insideout
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Necrotix
Hi guys, how much fruit do you roughly need to make a bottle of smoothie? I was just wondering if it's more cost effective to buy all the fruit for this little blender, or if you're better off just buying something like innocent smoothies?
Cheers.
A lot cheaper. All the supermarkets have packs of frozen fruits etc. that are handy.

Thank you both for the advice. Think i'll pick one up today. Going to try asda before resorting to this Tesco deal as I would like the 2 bottle version preferably.
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Necrotix
friendlyfire321
I think shop bought smoothies aren't as good for you as most of the fruit will be juiced rather than blended meaning a lot of the nutrients will be lost in the pulp. It can work out cheaper and easier to use frozen fruit/veg rather than fresh too.
The smoothie I made this morning had 1 peeled fresh banana, a handful of frozen raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants, a few frozen blueberries, a few frozen pineapple chunks, one block of frozen spinach, 2 dessert spoons of milled goji berries, flax, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Then used coconut water as the liquid. This was done in a large cup in a Nutribullet and not sure how large the bottles are compared to this blender.

insideout
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Necrotix
Hi guys, how much fruit do you roughly need to make a bottle of smoothie? I was just wondering if it's more cost effective to buy all the fruit for this little blender, or if you're better off just buying something like innocent smoothies?
Cheers.
A lot cheaper. All the supermarkets have packs of frozen fruits etc. that are handy.

Thank you both for the advice. Think i'll pick one up today. Going to try asda before resorting to this Tesco deal as I would like the 2 bottle version preferably.

Use flubit with this amazon link for £18

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Breville-Blend-Active-Personal-Blender-White/dp/B00DGLUW4E/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420108719&sr=8-1&keywords=blend+active
#35
£16.65 in sainsburys
#36
Top product.

Breakfast shake.

300ml skimmed milk
2 scoops of vanilla or chocolate protein powder.
Dollop of peanut butter
1 weetabix crushed

Blend for 1 min.

Perfect to take to work. These are a bargain at £20, imo worth the money at £30
#37
It's probably a better idea to buy the version with 2 bottles instead, since a bottle alone as replacement (should you break one) is £10+ alone, its on Amazon for £20, ordered earlier today
#38
£18 for two bottle version in Asda today.

Going to use it for cycling fuelling. Any good recipes for such?
#39
I went out yesterday to asda, tesco and curries in search of the 2 bottle version.

Asda had none in stock, tesco had them at full price in store (yet its on offer from their website) and curries had none in stock and needed to order from website for store collection.

Seems these are very popular.

Since I have Amazon prime, I opted to get it from there for 20 quid, delivered this Saturday coming.
#40
dunno
friendlyfire321
I think shop bought smoothies aren't as good for you as most of the fruit will be juiced rather than blended meaning a lot of the nutrients will be lost in the pulp. It can work out cheaper and easier to use frozen fruit/veg rather than fresh too.
The smoothie I made this morning had 1 peeled fresh banana, a handful of frozen raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants, a few frozen blueberries, a few frozen pineapple chunks, one block of frozen spinach, 2 dessert spoons of milled goji berries, flax, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds. Then used coconut water as the liquid. This was done in a large cup in a Nutribullet and not sure how large the bottles are compared to this blender.
Crikey. If I had one of these I would probably just throw in a banana and some milk.

Haha well milk isn't really good for you and if you're just going to have a banana you may as well just eat it normally.

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