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Jack La Lanne Power Juicer - £33.99 inc delivery

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The Power Juicer lets you make vitamin-packed, freshly squeezed juice in seconds. The motor and steel blade provide maximum performance, allowing you to juice every part of your fruits and vegetables. With other juicers valuable juice is wasted in the pulp. What a waste! But with the Amazing Power Juicer the pulp is dry, no waste, and more nutrients.

Less MESS and EASY CLEAN UP with the drip free spout and large transparent pulp collector. It is more compact and takes up less counter space than traditional juicers. The heavy duty 3600 RPM motor and surgical steel quality blade deliver up to 30% more juice than other juicers. Best of all, the durable Power Juicer is whisper quiet. Drink yourself healthy and start enjoying the benefits of juicing. As seen on TV worldwide!

Box Contents: Main Ultra Quiet Juicer unit | Juicing Recipe Guide | Operating Manual | Juice jug and drip tray | Cleaning Brushes | Presentation box

Health Benefits: Detoxify the body | Prevent Disease | Lower Cholesterol
Weight Loss | Improves Overall health and Fitness | Improves Skin Condition | Increases energy levels | Provides essential vitamins & minerals

With Power Juicing you can easily make delicious: Fruit Juices, Vegetable Juices, Frozen Treats, Sauces and dressings, cocktails and Salsa. It is the Ultimate Juicing Machine! The original Jack LaLanne Power Juicer! The unique Power Juicer was designed in cooperation with US-sportsman of the century, Jack La Lanne.
As far as efficiency and result are concerned, it is enormously powerful. Jack LaLannes Power Juicer is based on a patented centrifugal system and extracts 30 per cent more juice out of the fruits and vegetables than conventional juicers. And this within seconds! Moreover, the high output motor is extremely quiet. You can fill whole apples into the big chute, you do not have to chop them up before. The juice goes directly from the squezzer into the glass, you will not spill anything while you pour it out.
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#1
Here's another picture for you..................

http://www.rossfitness.co.uk/images/products/1156148711-61754900.jpg
#2
[SIZE=2]nice one, a proper juicer at a decent price.[/SIZE]
#3
Some rob dog is selling the link to this item on ebay for £4.99, nice find centurion^
#4
Excellent spot Centurion, that's an amazing price for a really nice item. My sis has one of these and I can tell you they are really handy.

@ jase - I would take a few seconds to report that user on eBay - it's against the rules to sell links to items there.
#5
Thanks emmajk42 have just done as you suggested, ebay dont make it easy to report anything you really have to dig deep. Information should be free as it is on here.
#6
Great find Centurion.

It looks like a bargain that'll be used once, faffed about with trying to clean, put in a cupboard, then the loft, later the garage, followed by the Charity Shop.

Obviously I've gone for it, as per usual!
#7
Excellent find...been waiting for this at a decent price.
Ebayer reported as well.
#8
neilc
Great find Centurion.

It looks like a bargain that'll be used once, faffed about with trying to clean, put in a cupboard, then the loft, later the garage, followed by the Charity Shop.

Obviously I've gone for it, as per usual!


lol. Ive managed to resist, just.

cool site though, its got lots of things I see on the shopping channels (im not a sad as that sounds, Im really quite a catch:oops: :-D )

The inversion table interests me, but its out of stock. :-(
#9
voted hot....nearly bought one of these for over £100 glad I didnt now......GREAT DEAL
#10
this does seem an amazing price - top spot :)

anyone used these before ?
#11
driver8
this does seem an amazing price - top spot :)

anyone used these before ?


Got one used it about twice, missus moans at me for buying it (£119 when I got it !) They are good but a pain to clean etc. Gotta buy LOADS of friut and veg and use it 3/4 times a day to justify it's cost even at £34.

Anyone want an as new one for £25 :giggle:
#12
driver8
this does seem an amazing price - top spot :)

anyone used these before ?


As I mentioned above, my sis has one. I lived with her for ages and used this almost every single day. Well sometimes I made a massive jug of juice which was kept in the fridge and lasted two days. The cleaning is a wee bit of a pain, but not difficult, as all the bit come apart easily.

I think it's a great bargain at this price :)
#13
ive been wanting something like this for ages, in fact i think one of my fist posts was about a juicer, but a proper one that does everything and not leave out citrus fruits. i asked for onefor xmas last year but the misses bought a frickin blender.

its a nice blender though. dont use it but its nice.
#14
landofdan
its a nice blender though. dont use it but its nice.


LMAO

i too have been looking at juicers, need to be careful as some (the cheap ones) dont work with citrus fruits and they sometimes provide a hand juicer for citrus fruits.

i want something that i can whack a load of fruit in it in the morning and drink it quick with out having to mess around with cutting it up and peeling things.

does putting whole fruit like apples with pips work when you put it in a smoothie maker or do you have to peel and de-pip it all first?


^^^ Your fifth ever post on here, last December. I think it's time you took the plunge and bought yourself a juicer...!
#15
this is definately worth purchasing, obviously the cleaning side will most probably be a bit of a pain but the different types of juices you can make with this justify spending £34 on it. Once you have tasted the juice this gives you by mixing two or more fruits, you won't want to waste your money on the rubbish you get at the supermarket. i had been thinking about purchasing one for some time but couldn't quite bring myself to do so, until now

More information here at the official site
#16
centurion^
this is definately worth purchasing, obviously the cleaning side will most probably be a bit of a pain but the different types of juices you can make with this justify spending £34 on it. Once you have tasted the juice this gives you by mixing two or more fruits, you won't want to waste your money on the rubbish you get at the supermarket. i had been thinking about purchasing one for some time but couldn't quite bring myself to do so, until now



Before anyone buys one of these I suggest they read some reviews on the web - some complaints say

1 - breaks easily
2 - not easy to clean

Cat
#17
Gone for it - thanks OP. Now I just need to decide what to do with the unused smoothie maker that's sitting on the kitchen worktop .....!
#18
hehe same website has some exercise bikes @£9... shame they're out of stock!
#19
Lol, I remember watching the advert for the Jack La Lanne Power Juicer after the horrendous Price Drop TV went off the air for the evening. I think it was the 'Ultimate' model and I balked at the price - Something like £200... for a juicer. I was mildly amused though watching Jack's antics.
#20
D'oh!

was going to get it at lunch but the price has shot up to £60!!

i guess the early bird does catch the worm.
i'm not missing anything am i?
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#21
Offer expired :-(
#22
emmajk42
Offer expired :-(


Such are the woes of limited time re'juiced' prices :giggle:
#23
Somebody should tell the guy on Ebay who's selling the link to buy for £33.99 :p
#24
Ebay should remove it he has been reported.
#25
Hi, i'm not exaxtly sure what is going on with this, but the price keeps changing, last night it was £59.95, lunch time today it was £49.95 and now it's back on for £33.99.

I have just ordered one at £33.99 inc delivery.

Nice find.

gem
#26
have also ordered...i hope they dont send out a
refurb one.:-(

has anyone had stuff from these guys before,

and can confirm that they are ok to deal with e.g CS, returns etc..
#27
The price is now £44.99p.
#28
ginluvva
The price is now £44.99p.


Hi ginluvva, welcome to HotUKDeals. Even at that slightly higher price, it's still a very good price, admittedly not quite as good as it was before though :)
#29
I've come across an alternatve source, £37.98 inc postage.

http://www.tvshopping-solutions.co.uk/detail.asp?pid=191
#30
weehawken
I've come across an alternatve source, £37.98 inc postage.

http://www.tvshopping-solutions.co.uk/detail.asp?pid=191



Is this a safe company/site to use, I notice when you get through to giving card
details there's no little padlock symbol?
#31
steve1905
Is this a safe company/site to use, I notice when you get through to giving card
details there's no little padlock symbol?

Seems ok, at least from a security point of view. Whilst the name & address is given over an unsecure site, once you progress to the page that asks what type of credit card you want to use and the card details/numbers that is over a secure WorldPay site.
The page begins https, there is a padlock on the bottom right of the screen and right clicking the screen & clicking properties shows that it has a certificate that belongs to WorldPay.

I don't know anything about the site itself, but the owner gives his own name, address, geographical telephone number...all looks legit.

However, the product advertised there does not say it is a genuine Jack La Lanne product although the picture suggests it is similar.
#32
Opening offer up/down to £37.99 now
#33
i just voted it over the 100% mark, this is a really good find ive seen this on tele on sky
#34
i ordered one on the 16th Oct, the money has been taken but nothing delivered as yet, it says 2 weeks delivery, so 1 week left.

I've just logged into my account on ross-fitness and its got the order as dispatched so it should be here soon.
#35
im getting abit worried about this one.

says my order has been dispatched.

order recieved on the 16th,
dispatched on the 17th,

but there was a 2 week wait for delivery?

i have emailed them yesterday but not got anything back yet.
#36
im getting abit worried about this one.

says my order has been dispatched.

order recieved on the 16th,
dispatched on the 17th,

but there was a 2 week wait for delivery?

i have emailed them yesterday but not got anything back yet.


had an email off them on the 19th after I queried it and it said:

Hi,
Unfortunately we were experiencing a delay in the shipment of the new
batch of the juicers which you have ordered. These should be with us
anytime in the next few days, so we should be able to send you that out by
the middle of next week.
We apologise for the delay and thank you for your patience in what has
been an unavoidable delay on our part.
Kind Regards
Ross Fitness

So in theory, Mine should arrive soon but as it did point out a two week wait, I would not be too concerned if I had to wait until next week. It's just a matter of being a little patient on this one although I did request some information on what courier they use and they didn't say.
#37
Now at £37.99 ?
#38
Im getting a bit nervous too.
I ordered an inversion table from ross on the 20th, it also says distpatched, but nothing here.
Also I got an order confirmation email with price on £84.98, but when I look at my account on the ross fitness site its invoiced £97.64

Looks like they put the tax on twice or something. Not confidence inspiring tbh!

And when I ring, it sounds like someone picking phone up and hanging up instantly :roll: . Waiting for email reply too.

Can only wait now, and hope all works out.
#39
i have phoned and got through to someone, (i assume its Ross or Mr Ross!)

and he said they have been promised delivery next week, so hopefully should be deliveryed sometime next week.

at least someone spoke to me, which reassues me a little.

i also told him about his website saying that they have been dispatched and said he should change it.

hope that reasures anyone with a order waiting...
#40
Has anyone received their juicer yet? I havent, just rang them and was told would take 7 days???

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