Nutri Ninja IQ version £94.99 Argos (£115 on Amazon) 1000w motor - HotUKDeals
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Was looking at Nutribullet, etc, but found that the Ninja has much better reviews over in the US (check Amazon.com and youtube comparisons etc).

I got this last week, been impressed.
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#1
£93.09 here + 4% cashback and free delivery makes it £89.99 with cashback

http://www.apollodirect.co.uk/showproduct/NIN-BL480/BL480+Blender+1000W+50Hz+09L+with+AutoiQ.html
use code : stopandsave

Edited By: deanos on Jan 12, 2015 23:10
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£79.99 at Costco online (5% extra surcharge for non members)
#3
This was only 79.99 in costco till last week. now it is 99.99. But the BL450UK version is now on sale in costco for 59.99.
The below review says there is not much difference between the 2 models.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unPSHvwUjOU
#4
Can't find the £70 on Costco. Anyone got a link?
#5
£59.99 one sorry!
#6
It is instore only. Started yesterday and the price is valid till 1st Feb. Check below.
http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/72fc9268#/72fc9268/3
#7
Thank you, can you pay the 5% surcharge in store or do you have to sign up for the membership?
banned#8
Curious.

If I make one that has a 2000w motor can I retail it at 200 quid?
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lolyehright
Curious.

If I make one that has a 2000w motor can I retail it at 200 quid?



Probably more to be honest. Blendtec is generally regarded as the "best" blender in this category and that has a a 1560w motor I think and retails at about £350 :)
#10
lolyehright
Curious.
If I make one that has a 2000w motor can I retail it at 200 quid?

And the blendtec can blend an iPad, so probably no need for 2000w :)
#11
Heat added but I missed out. Does anyone think this will be discounted again??
#12
AppStar
Heat added but I missed out. Does anyone think this will be discounted again??

Ahh, shame, its been very good.

I think Currys are still doing tge non-IQ one for £60 or so, which is pretty good too.
#13
DonkeyKonk
AppStar
Heat added but I missed out. Does anyone think this will be discounted again??

Ahh, shame, its been very good.

I think Currys are still doing tge non-IQ one for £60 or so, which is pretty good too.
I'm after the IQ version for my mother as she has weak wrists. As far as I know the non-IQ version requires you to hold the jug down to activate the blender. She has tried a Nutribullet but found it hard to operate as the spring is quite stiff.

Edited By: AppStar on Feb 08, 2015 18:18
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AppStar
DonkeyKonk
AppStar
Heat added but I missed out. Does anyone think this will be discounted again??

Ahh, shame, its been very good.

I think Currys are still doing tge non-IQ one for £60 or so, which is pretty good too.
I'm after the IQ version for my mother as she has weak wrists. As far as I know the non-IQ version requires you to hold the jug down to activate the blender. She has tried a Nutribullet but found it hard to operate as the spring is quite stiff.

The non IQ one does indeed need to be physically pushed down (vibrates quite a bit too) so the IQ would be better for her for sure, cant see it cheap any where now though, but keep an eye out.
#15
DonkeyKonk
AppStar
DonkeyKonk
AppStar
Heat added but I missed out. Does anyone think this will be discounted again??

Ahh, shame, its been very good.

I think Currys are still doing tge non-IQ one for £60 or so, which is pretty good too.
I'm after the IQ version for my mother as she has weak wrists. As far as I know the non-IQ version requires you to hold the jug down to activate the blender. She has tried a Nutribullet but found it hard to operate as the spring is quite stiff.

The non IQ one does indeed need to be physically pushed down (vibrates quite a bit too) so the IQ would be better for her for sure, cant see it cheap any where now though, but keep an eye out.

It's a real shame that I came across your deal too late. Thanks for sharing it as I'm sure other readers were able to benefit from it. If you do by any chance come across any promotions for the IQ please do let me know via the HUKD messaging system, cheers.

Edited By: AppStar on Feb 09, 2015 22:51
#16
PS: Not sure why some people voted your deal cold as it was one of the best deals around for the IQ. I can only assume they're hardcore Nutribullet supporters, a bit like Apple owners versus Android owners.
#17
Haha, yeah nutribullet sheep.

The Ninja has much better ratings, checkout youtube comparisons and the customer reviews on Amazon US.

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