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Magic Bullet £59.99 in argos

£59.99 @ Argos
Iv been looking for a nutri bullet and came across this in argos. Thought it may be of interest to others too.
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Iv been looking for a nutri bullet and came across this in argos.

Thought it may be of interest to others too.
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#1
Thats a magic bullet! Not the same as the nutri
#2
You want a nutribullet or a nutrininja
#3
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rickztp1
Thats a magic bullet! Not the same as the nutri
Yes I know it's called the magic bullet and its a different product but is it not essentially the same thing?

It's even refers to it as the nutribullet in the product description.
#4
No. Far less power and different blade can't handle the stuff you can throw into the nutri.
#5
Sid have you bought one of these? Are they that bad? I mean if anyone does buy one and its rubbish and the blade doesnt cut -take it back as its not 'fit got purpose'
#6
townendmatthew
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rickztp1
Thats a magic bullet! Not the same as the nutri
Yes I know it's called the magic bullet and its a different product but is it not essentially the same thing?

It's even refers to it as the nutribullet in the product description.


it is confusing, but not the same - the nutri is twice as powerful so handles vegetables, you'll see in the pic you posted this is targeted for fruit smoothies rather than vegetables. So it depends on what you will be using it for.
2 Likes #7
Yes, your all correct, Iv looked into it a little deeper now and the nutri bullet is 600w where as this is only 250w.

Cold from me and its my post!
#8
That's 200w, iirc, nutribullet is 600w...
#9
Reminds me when Ghd hair straighteners came out and everyone was trying to look for a cheaper solution.
#10
Best value at the monent is the 1000w Nutri Ninja iQ from Costco at £79.99
#11
it appears to come from the same magic bullet company
#12
I've had this for several years and love it.
It makes perfect smoothies, blends chicken to make baked wraps and so much more. I used it every day to blend whole meals when my son was young so I didn't need to cook separately for him.
I think its worth this as I paid over £100 when it was new out.
#13
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Jacksonsmam
I've had this for several years and love it.
It makes perfect smoothies, blends chicken to make baked wraps and so much more. I used it every day to blend whole meals when my son was young so I didn't need to cook separately for him.
I think its worth this as I paid over £100 when it was new out.
had what?nutri magic or ninja?
#14
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MummyMacca
Sid have you bought one of these? Are they that bad? I mean if anyone does buy one and its rubbish and the blade doesnt cut -take it back as its not 'fit got purpose'
why drive it beyond what it's designed for and have a reasonable chance of premature failure later when you can but the nutri for 79
#15
Bought this when it originally came out. Used it for vegetarians, fruit, ice, cheese and anything else that came to mind. Worked great for years till the rubber grip thing burnt out. Good product.
#16
5Rivers79
Bought this when it originally came out. Used it for vegetarians, fruit, ice, cheese and anything else that came to mind. Worked great for years till the rubber grip thing burnt out. Good product.
How many vegetarians did you do? oO
#17
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Sid Harper
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Jacksonsmam
I've had this for several years and love it.
It makes perfect smoothies, blends chicken to make baked wraps and so much more. I used it every day to blend whole meals when my son was young so I didn't need to cook separately for him.
I think its worth this as I paid over £100 when it was new out.
had what?nutri magic or ninja?

The magic bullet as per the deal. We did get more accessories as well, like the juicer jug and straight in the freezer pots.
I have just used it tonight to make quesadilla filling with no problem, it dedicated the chicken, mushrooms and cheese with ease. Not saying its as good as the others as I haven't compared the two but I feel its great at what it's meant to do for the price.

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