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Nutribullet 600w Blender - £32.49 - Morrisons in Peterborough

£32.49 @ Morrisons
Found in Morrisons in Stanground, Peterborough. 20 or so left and a fantastic price. Read More
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Found in Morrisons in Stanground, Peterborough. 20 or so left and a fantastic price.
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
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heat added
#3
Is this deal national?
#4
pc_tech86
Is this deal national?


it's a reduced sticker, probably means they can't get rid off it
#5
pc_tech86
Is this deal national?

Unsure, imagine store specific just hoping I can help a few local people out.
#6
The 1200w is £38, subject to stock. someone had posted about it.
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This is a good price for a Nutribullet so heat added, it will do a job. We had a 600W and it was good for most things but found we needed to get the 900W Nutribullet Pro after a while to really do the job.
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We bought a NutriBullet 600 on sale as a present last week and are very happy with it.
It's well made, works great, and not that noisy.
This price is even better - Hot.
#10
dawsonz
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#11
Hootwo
We bought a NutriBullet 600 on sale as a present last week and are very happy with it.
It's well made, works great, and not that noisy.
This price is even better - Hot.

I've had mine for over a year and paid three times this price, it's a great product!
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Thanks OP, that's a great :D.
My seed grinder gave up last night, about 30 minutes after you posted this! I picked up one of these this afternoon, they still have about half a dozen at the rear of the store on a roll pallet. They also have a good dozen of the Salter Nutri Pro's down the kitchen isle too.
#13
Ordered from the John Lewis deal but will be returning - the cups are tiny, no good for anything.

On the plus side, it isn't very loud and has a small footprint.
#14
MissyTrouble
Ordered from the John Lewis deal but will be returning - the cups are tiny, no good for anything.
On the plus side, it isn't very loud and has a small footprint.

They are more than big enough for one good shot. What were you expecting?! Or did you buy blindly?!
#15
GazmoX
MissyTrouble
Ordered from the John Lewis deal but will be returning - the cups are tiny, no good for anything.
On the plus side, it isn't very loud and has a small footprint.
They are more than big enough for one good shot. What were you expecting?! Or did you buy blindly?!

Umm I kind of did buy blindly - my own stupid fault, I know. My previous kenwood 2 go had 630ml cups, that's what I was used to, these I can't even jam in all the kale and spinach I want because then there's no room for anything else. I like to take my smoothie with me to work, no point taking 380mls or however much they hold.
Another gripe I have with the cups is that they're so clunky, wide but small at the same time, such an awkard size that won't fit in my car's cup holder.
#16
MissyTrouble

Umm I kind of did buy blindly - my own stupid fault, I know. My previous kenwood 2 go had 630ml cups, that's what I was used to, these I can't even jam in all the kale and spinach I want because then there's no room for anything else. I like to take my smoothie with me to work, no point taking 380mls or however much they hold.
Another gripe I have with the cups is that they're so clunky, wide but small at the same time, such an awkard size that won't fit in my car's cup holder.

The Salter Nutri Pro 1200 should be more down your street. With 1 x 1L cup and 2 x 0.8L cups for use on the go! They still have loads in both my local Morrisions. More power with the same foot print too!
#17
GazmoX
MissyTrouble

Umm I kind of did buy blindly - my own stupid fault, I know. My previous kenwood 2 go had 630ml cups, that's what I was used to, these I can't even jam in all the kale and spinach I want because then there's no room for anything else. I like to take my smoothie with me to work, no point taking 380mls or however much they hold.
Another gripe I have with the cups is that they're so clunky, wide but small at the same time, such an awkard size that won't fit in my car's cup holder.
The Salter Nutri Pro 1200 should be more down your street. With 1 x 1L cup and 2 x 0.8L cups for use on the go! They still have loads in both my local Morrisions. More power with the same foot print too!

Thanks! I ended up ordering the Ninja as it had a few extra features I liked but the deal you linked to looks far superior to the nutribullett considering the price is very similar but double the power.

Edited By: MissyTrouble on Jan 15, 2017 19:37

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