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Nutribullet £102.95 (£72.95 inc. p&p with credit account) @ Very

£102.95 @ Very
I'm sure a few will have already clocked on to this, if you're a new customer at Very and open a credit account you can get £30 off your first order over £60 using code 4KMY4 With the Nutribullet bei… Read More
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I'm sure a few will have already clocked on to this, if you're a new customer at Very and open a credit account you can get £30 off your first order over £60 using code 4KMY4
With the Nutribullet being listed at £99 that brings it to £69 or £72.95 including p&p
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#1
not sure why this is being voted cold, its a superb price for a quality appliance that actually works. heat added
#2
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD
#3
NYLONZ
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD

They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them
#4
seen a better offer this morning on hukd for about 80quid
#5
This costs £72.95..."about 80 quid" is about £7 more expensive? :\
#6
Stick to a juicer. This just makes a thick sludge
#7
Nutribullet £79.95 @ Argos
#8
This is the best thing ever invented hot from me
#9
Waterboy8535
NYLONZ
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD
They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them

Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!

We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.

Both do exactly the same job.

They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine.

Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!
#10
NYLONZ
Waterboy8535
NYLONZ
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD
They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them

Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!

We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.

Both do exactly the same job.

They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine.

Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!


You don't know what your talking about pal.
#11
ikskwizituk
NYLONZ
Waterboy8535
NYLONZ
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD
They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them

Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!

We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.

Both do exactly the same job.

They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine.

Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!

You don't know what your talking about pal.

& you do?
#12
NYLONZ
ikskwizituk
NYLONZ
Waterboy8535
NYLONZ
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD
They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them

Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!

We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.

Both do exactly the same job.

They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine.

Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!

You don't know what your talking about pal.

& you do?

Yes, now move along.
#13
ikskwizituk
NYLONZ
ikskwizituk
NYLONZ
Waterboy8535
NYLONZ
The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD
They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them

Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!

We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.

Both do exactly the same job.

They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine.

Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!

You don't know what your talking about pal.

& you do?

Yes, now move along.

You're not the Boss of Me - Chump!
#14
Heat. Don't understand the cold voting.

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