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Nutri Bullet - Pearl White £39.95 - John Lewis - free c&c

£39.95 @ John Lewis
Seems like a great offer in limited edition colour . http://www.johnlewis.com/nutribullet-12-piece-600-series-juicer-blender-white/p3083307 Read More
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horsey
Why do people buy these things?
It's just a blender, are you seriously telling me you do not posses a blender in 2017?
Seriously, I do not possess a blender in 2017. Nor have I possessed one in any previous year.
horsey
How about a kettle?
I do possess a kettle.
horsey
would you like this special miniature one that only makes one cup
No, that sounds horrific.
horsey
Personally I just stick a load of fruit and veg in a normal sized blender, drink half then drink the rest later.
Job done.
Good for you.
5 Likes
Proj
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added

Raggo_84
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance

Got mine a couple of days ago from the same deal, honestly the best purchase I've ever made, blends frozen Fruits in a couple of seconds. You get a pair of blades one for milling and one for extracting. In terms of grinding and mincing you will have to get used to it because it requires just a couple of gentle taps because it really is that powerful. You also get a choice of one big and one small cup.
2 years warranty and being from JL makes this a really good deal in my opinion. If you are looking after something even more powerful Amazon sell Salter which is 1000W for £40.

Edited By: iEimis on Jan 05, 2017 16:55

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3 Likes #1
Bargin but can't justify another one
2 Likes #2
The bullet is back in stock heat added ;)
#3
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added
1 Like #4
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance
5 Likes #5
Proj
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added

Raggo_84
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance

Got mine a couple of days ago from the same deal, honestly the best purchase I've ever made, blends frozen Fruits in a couple of seconds. You get a pair of blades one for milling and one for extracting. In terms of grinding and mincing you will have to get used to it because it requires just a couple of gentle taps because it really is that powerful. You also get a choice of one big and one small cup.
2 years warranty and being from JL makes this a really good deal in my opinion. If you are looking after something even more powerful Amazon sell Salter which is 1000W for £40.

Edited By: iEimis on Jan 05, 2017 16:55
1 Like #6
How much better is this than the classic Breville Blend-Active?
1 Like #7
aoe310p
How much better is this than the classic Breville Blend-Active?

Twice as powerful, better materials, Breville appears to be all plastic design. 2 year warranty and some extra accessories.
#8
Nice find, just bought one for my mum after my dad somehow managed to break the one she had!
1 Like #9
Bought. Heated. Many thanks.
#10
iEimis
aoe310p
How much better is this than the classic Breville Blend-Active?

Twice as powerful, better materials, Breville appears to be all plastic design. 2 year warranty and some extra accessories.


what about the Aldi version at £29.99 as very tempted to buy this when i saw it a couple dsys ago?
1 Like #11
Is the extra £20 for the 1000 series worth it over the 600 series?
2 Likes #12
The rare moment you see a deal for something you actually need this minute. My mum phoned me earlier saying her Nutribullet has stopped working after 2 years. Could I try and fix it or find her another one? Sure can!

Thanks OP
1 Like #13
Why do people buy these things?
It's just a blender, are you seriously telling me you do not posses a blender in 2017?
How about a kettle? do you have one of those or would you like this special miniature one that only makes one cup

Personally I just stick a load of fruit and veg in a normal sized blender, drink half then drink the rest later.
Job done.
2 Likes #14
horsey
Why do people buy these things?
It's just a blender, are you seriously telling me you do not posses a blender in 2017?
How about a kettle? do you have one of those or would you like this special miniature one that only makes one cup
Personally I just stick a load of fruit and veg in a normal sized blender, drink half then drink the rest later.
Job done.
This may help you see the difference:
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/sep/14/nutribullet-blenders-juicers-put-to-test
22 Likes #15
horsey
Why do people buy these things?
It's just a blender, are you seriously telling me you do not posses a blender in 2017?
Seriously, I do not possess a blender in 2017. Nor have I possessed one in any previous year.
horsey
How about a kettle?
I do possess a kettle.
horsey
would you like this special miniature one that only makes one cup
No, that sounds horrific.
horsey
Personally I just stick a load of fruit and veg in a normal sized blender, drink half then drink the rest later.
Job done.
Good for you.
#16
iEimis
Proj
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added
Raggo_84
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance
Got mine a couple of days ago from the same deal, honestly the best purchase I've ever made, blends frozen Fruits in a couple of seconds. You get a pair of blades one for milling and one for extracting. In terms of grinding and mincing you will have to get used to it because it requires just a couple of gentle taps because it really is that powerful. You also get a choice of one big and one small cup.
2 years warranty and being from JL makes this a really good deal in my opinion. If you are looking after something even more powerful Amazon sell Salter which is 1000W for £40.
It's actually 35.99 atm :)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Salter-EK2002SILVER-Multi-Purpose-Nutrient-Extractor/dp/B010FE34RQ
#17
I loved my Nutribullet, right up until the point where I tried to get replacement rubber rings for the milling and extractor blades and was told that they are not sold in isolation. I would have to buy entire blade units at ten pounds a piece. It was also implied that it's my fault that they broke because I wasn't supposed to take them out; despite the amount of food that gets trapped underneath them. Err, okay.
#18
visibleman
Is the extra £20 for the 1000 series worth it over the 600 series?


I went for the 1000 series considering the 900 is being sold for upwards of £75
#19
visibleman
Is the extra £20 for the 1000 series worth it over the 600 series?


I'd like to know also? Would anyone that's used both recommend the extra £20 for the 1000 series? Thanks
1 Like #20
benb2k
visibleman
Is the extra £20 for the 1000 series worth it over the 600 series?
I'd like to know also? Would anyone that's used both recommend the extra £20 for the 1000 series? Thanks

It depends on what you will use it for. I would say if you want something more powerful, go for Salter because personally, I wouldn't justify £60 for such device. Then again for what I need 600W is more than powerful enough.
1 Like #21

Nope, that just made me aware of a group of people who can't tolerate vegetable shakes with a hint of vegetable - God knows how they'd cope with soup with a whole pea in it.

"I can see a few telltale dots of blueberry and grape skin but you don’t notice them on the palate"

"disturbing inch-long threads of celery string"


I was getting ready for bed, but now I'm overcome with a desire to mash the unbearable hipster Ms Henrietta, face first into an overpriced blender. It's my fault, I should have never clicked on a link to the Guardian, their insufferable smug idiocy makes me rage, even when they've confined their fatuous witterings to simple kitchen gadgets..
#22
iEimis
Proj
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added

Raggo_84
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance

Got mine a couple of days ago from the same deal, honestly the best purchase I've ever made, blends frozen Fruits in a couple of seconds. You get a pair of blades one for milling and one for extracting. In terms of grinding and mincing you will have to get used to it because it requires just a couple of gentle taps because it really is that powerful. You also get a choice of one big and one small cup.
2 years warranty and being from JL makes this a really good deal in my opinion. If you are looking after something even more powerful Amazon sell Salter which is 1000W for £40.


I think there is a new salter one out with 1200 watts which was on here a few days ago. Sorry too lazy to look for the details myself!!
4 Likes #23
horsey
Nope, that just made me aware of a group of people who can't tolerate vegetable shakes with a hint of vegetable - God knows how they'd cope with soup with a whole pea in it."I can see a few telltale dots of blueberry and grape skin but you don’t notice them on the palate"
"disturbing inch-long threads of celery string"

I was getting ready for bed, but now I'm overcome with a desire to mash the unbearable hipster Ms Henrietta, face first into an overpriced blender. It's my fault, I should have never clicked on a link to the Guardian, their insufferable smug idiocy makes me rage, even when they've confined their fatuous witterings to simple kitchen gadgets..

mate. they are actually really good and work much better than the old style of blender. they are like a different machine. hope you are ok.
#24
They were on offer for £30 regularly last year, so £10 extra just for white?

Unless brexit has hit the food processor industry hard :{
#25
dutch090163
iEimis
Proj
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added
Raggo_84
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance
Got mine a couple of days ago from the same deal, honestly the best purchase I've ever made, blends frozen Fruits in a couple of seconds. You get a pair of blades one for milling and one for extracting. In terms of grinding and mincing you will have to get used to it because it requires just a couple of gentle taps because it really is that powerful. You also get a choice of one big and one small cup.
2 years warranty and being from JL makes this a really good deal in my opinion. If you are looking after something even more powerful Amazon sell Salter which is 1000W for £40.
I think there is a new salter one out with 1200 watts which was on here a few days ago. Sorry too lazy to look for the details myself!!

I believe I saw 1200W one on sale at Morrisons for 38 pounds.
#26
horsey
Nope, that just made me aware of a group of people who can't tolerate vegetable shakes with a hint of vegetable - God knows how they'd cope with soup with a whole pea in it."I can see a few telltale dots of blueberry and grape skin but you don’t notice them on the palate"
"disturbing inch-long threads of celery string"

I was getting ready for bed, but now I'm overcome with a desire to mash the unbearable hipster Ms Henrietta, face first into an overpriced blender. It's my fault, I should have never clicked on a link to the Guardian, their insufferable smug idiocy makes me rage, even when they've confined their fatuous witterings to simple kitchen gadgets..
WELL SAID HORSEY, my thoughts exactly!
1 Like #27
benb2k
visibleman
Is the extra £20 for the 1000 series worth it over the 600 series?
I'd like to know also? Would anyone that's used both recommend the extra £20 for the 1000 series? Thanks

I used to have the 600 and bought the 1000 two weeks ago when it dropped to sub £60. The 1000W is SO much more powerful and creates much better smoothies :)
#28
iEimis
dutch090163
iEimis
Proj
Are the blender cups too big or good enough for wet grinding/mincing? I have recently bought cuisinart mini chopper for £25 using amazon/Amex deal for making sauces and chutneys. It's a cracking deal at this price, but confused should I buy it or not. Help guys....but heat added
Raggo_84
Another question :P I have been eyeing up the nutri ninja 1200. I always assumed the nutri ninja was the more powerful one. Shall I take the plunge on this oO thanks in advance
Got mine a couple of days ago from the same deal, honestly the best purchase I've ever made, blends frozen Fruits in a couple of seconds. You get a pair of blades one for milling and one for extracting. In terms of grinding and mincing you will have to get used to it because it requires just a couple of gentle taps because it really is that powerful. You also get a choice of one big and one small cup.
2 years warranty and being from JL makes this a really good deal in my opinion. If you are looking after something even more powerful Amazon sell Salter which is 1000W for £40.
I think there is a new salter one out with 1200 watts which was on here a few days ago. Sorry too lazy to look for the details myself!!
I believe I saw 1200W one on sale at Morrisons for 38 pounds.

they do it instore at asda for £40
1 Like #29
Brilliant bargain. One of the best purchases I ever made.
#30
visibleman
Is the extra £20 for the 1000 series worth it over the 600 series?
Most people with a 600W Nutribullet likely paid upwards of £60 for it, so yes. Mine was £80 when I bought it and that was after the price dropped by about £20 (if I remember rightly) everywhere.
#31
What would u recommend for baby food?
#32
horsey
Why do people buy these things?
It's just a blender, are you seriously telling me you do not posses a blender in 2017?
How about a kettle? do you have one of those or would you like this special miniature one that only makes one cup
Personally I just stick a load of fruit and veg in a normal sized blender, drink half then drink the rest later.
Job done.

They're much better than a standard blender. Far quicker and do a better job. The biggest advantage however is cleaning it, takes literally 10 seconds to rinse under the tap.
#33
kreames
What would u recommend for baby food?

You could try it although I think the tougher plastics could be difficult to digest. Sorry couldn't resist, I think it will be great to make baby food up.
2 Likes #34
horsey
Nope, that just made me aware of a group of people who can't tolerate vegetable shakes with a hint of vegetable - God knows how they'd cope with soup with a whole pea in it."I can see a few telltale dots of blueberry and grape skin but you don’t notice them on the palate"
"disturbing inch-long threads of celery string"

I was getting ready for bed, but now I'm overcome with a desire to mash the unbearable hipster Ms Henrietta, face first into an overpriced blender. It's my fault, I should have never clicked on a link to the Guardian, their insufferable smug idiocy makes me rage, even when they've confined their fatuous witterings to simple kitchen gadgets..

So you're commenting on this deal thread because of what? Clearly you don't see the need for this blender, but you just felt you'd have to make smug comments on here for what reason? To show off? To impress people with your old fashioned attitude? You just ended up sounding like a tit...
1 Like #35
Out of stock as soon as I start entering payment details. Lovely stuff!
#36
essolfc
Out of stock as soon as I start entering payment details. Lovely stuff!

just went through fine for me?
#37
essolfc
Out of stock as soon as I start entering payment details. Lovely stuff!
Back in stock again...
#38
out of stock again....
#39
Managed to get it this time, thanks for the heads up i would have gave up otherwise.
#40
I paid like £150 for my 900, and I see that the 1000 is £60 way cheaper than on their website, great deals on these, I love it

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