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Hi, be kind this is the first time I have made a post and I think it's a good deal. I think this is the cheapest this product has been in the UK, as IdealWorld have stated that they are the cheapest at £89.99 plus a £5.99 postage.

Get 15% off a £30+ spend at Ryman using code SCHOOL99

then you can still get 8.4% off using topcashback

And because you have spent over £30 you can also get free next day delivery or pick up in store.

:)
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#1
This is a good deal. I love mine bought for more few months ago. Easy to rinse clean.
#2
Very hot deal. Pic needs to be changed though as that is a u.s pro 900 As i dont think rymans one comes with on the go cap and two 4 type blades.
#3
Great deal
#4
Sorry but how do you get to this price as its showing as 99.99 for me?
1 Like #5
Op has used top cashback for their total cost. Misleading and will need changing.
#6
smashed
Op has used top cashback for their total cost. Misleading and will need changing.


He/she used a code what you can find in the post
#7
Superb, bought one 2 months ago and have used it every day.
#8
Ordered thanks
#9
Ordered thanks.
#10
Been looking to buy one of these for a while, so took the plunge at this price. Thanks for posting :)
#11
Expired - upto 84.99 after code now - thanks for the title edit mod/helper!

Edited By: rozza38 on Jul 20, 2014 10:59: price changed by a mod
#12
I was in to juicing in the 90's then I realised it's actually an unnatural way to eat fruit and vegetables, and can be quite sugar laden too. I'd still have a go now and then but not make it part of my daily diet. That's me though, whatever anyone else does is none of my business.
#13
Juicers leave the good stuff as waste though don't they? - these things include it all.I think that's the difference?
2 Likes #14
What's wrong with just eating?
#15
cold 4m me , evn d cheap knock-offs are long lasting , my missus bought one last yer and its stl going strong ...
#16
pablotatt
What's wrong with just eating?
If you have kids you'd know it can be a bit of a nightmare getting them to eat certain foods. This way I can make them a juicy drink with kale and spinach in and they won't know anything about it. Think I'll leave out the brussels sprouts though!
2 Likes #17
Just to clarify... this is just a blender with a snazzy name right?

For £85?
1 Like #18
Not a juicer.
It eviscerates anything that is fruit or veg.
I don't even bother to core apples - pips stalk 'n all go in.
Kiwi fruit just gets a light scrub to clean - the hairy skin just blends in.
End product does not get heated, so nutrients are not being damaged by heat..
Don't be tempted to over fill - make sure lid is fastened tight.
Good for aerating wine.
Very important to rinse immediately after use - difficult to get at stuck on stuff under the blade.
Hot deal!
#19
I have one of these and they are fantastic!
1 Like #20
smashed
Op has used top cashback for their total cost. Misleading and will need changing.

The only thing that's misleading is your comment. It will need changing.
2 Likes #21
I think comments like 'its just a blender' are a little silly. I have seen cheap blenders in action and they are not in the same league as this kind of blender. And as for voting cold because cheap blenders are long lasting, well that's not what HUKD is all about. Its about whether you can find the said item cheaper anywhere else, not whether you like the product!

Regarding just eating the fruit, yes that is a good choice however I would not sit down and eat the amount of fruit I can squeeze into a smoothie. Also, I can't eat fruit with pips in such as raspberries or blackberries as the pips make me heave, however once they are blitzed in my blender (Vitamix) they are totally gone, just a smooth juice so I enjoy a far more varied fruit diet through using a high powered blender.
#22
dh12g09
smashed
Op has used top cashback for their total cost. Misleading and will need changing.

The only thing that's misleading is your comment. It will need changing.

When they typed that - they were correct.
1 Like #23
snedger
Not a juicer.
It eviscerates anything that is fruit or veg.

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And yes, you are being conned into buying a £30 blender for £85.

Edited By: repouk on Jul 20, 2014 13:13
#24
These are fantastic. Used mine every day over past 9 months. Only the vitamix is better. No comparison to the cheap blenders. Don't hesitate!
#25
Have been reading about this for a while, might get one...does it handle frozen fruit & veg well?
#26
smasha7
Have been reading about this for a while, might get one...does it handle frozen fruit & veg well?

Absolutely. I use a lot of frozen veg, fruit and add Ice. It demolishes everything!
#27
Thanks, heard good things about these - the wife has given me permission to purchase :)

Heat added
1 Like #28
Brilliant machine, bought ours - month ago from Argos at £90.00, worth every penny. son goes to school with a smoothie every morning full of spinach , carrot, almonds , coconut, linseed topped up with frozen fruit, he loves them and this is a boy who does not like veg or nuts. Far healthier than a bowl of cereal.
#29
Seem to be cheaper brand new on eBay.
#30
supertramp7
Brilliant machine, bought ours - month ago from Argos at £90.00, worth every penny. son goes to school with a smoothie every morning full of spinach , carrot, almonds , coconut, linseed topped up with frozen fruit, he loves them and this is a boy who does not like veg or nuts. Far healthier than a bowl of cereal.

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#31
fishmaster
I was in to juicing in the 90's then I realised it's actually an unnatural way to eat fruit and vegetables, and can be quite sugar laden too. I'd still have a go now and then but not make it part of my daily diet. That's me though, whatever anyone else does is none of my business.
...juicing just veg is the best for you...fruit is high in sugar..also it ferments in your gut and can lead to alot of wind ..only fruit that does not do this is apples (read this in my juicing book)
#32
Having just watched a few video reviews of this machine, I don't see how this is significantly different to this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hinari-MB280-Genie-Multi-Attachment-Blender/dp/B000GG4MCU

The Genie Bullet by Hinari.

The NutriBullet is slightly bigger but that's all I can see.
I have a Genie Bullet and based on what I can see the NutriBullet isn't doing some sort of biology or physics breaking voodoo magic to give you 'more nutrients'.
#33
Juicing is not that good for you a quick trip to a real doctor/nutritionist and they will tell you the opposite of what the gimps are trying to tell you on here, sorry juicers its all in your head.

This is a blender , you can fart **** around all you want its still a blender.
1 Like #34
My understanding is that the blade speed and the motor power are rather different (to the cheaper units) - I haven't used other bullet-style units but I did have a rather powerful conventional unit in Australia and it couldn't come close to what this can do. Today I had a banana, a large cube of frozen spinach and a handful of frozen raspberries with water (you can't taste the spinach really); ran it for about 30 seconds, it comes out as a proper liquid consistency without even pulp visible, what the Americans call a "smoothie" I believe, the cheaper units can't do this. I bought this because I was having digestive problems and this makes nutrient intake much easier; you're not bypassing fibre, etc. either. I do agree that it is indeed overpriced but it is extremely useful for purpose; the newer models also have significant improvements in the sealing system which prevents the leakage found in earlier series too.
#35
X10
The Genie Bullet by Hinari.
230W motor. You can get the Breville VBL062 which does the same thing but with a 300W motor for less.

Edited By: bogglesmith2 on Jul 20, 2014 15:43: .
#37
Great post many thanks just ordered awaiting delivery!
#38
Im confused....has anyone seen the documentary 'fat, sick and nearly dieing'?. I just want the same machine the guy uses to make his fruit and veg into a drink.Was wondering if this is the same thing ie leaves all the pulp etc in the drink. If so then the guy that said this has no health benefits is wrong
#39
Great product. Can highly recommend.
I firstly couldnt justify paying such a high price for a juicer but eventually went for it after paying just £75 from Very.co.uk using one of their first time customer discount codes.
Been using it every day for the past 6 months for smoothies, baby food and grinding spices.
Its very powerful. If you are going to compare this with others that look the same but cheaper, compare the the motor wattage. This is 600W !
#40
Is this not the same as a magic bullet. If so you could get them for approximately £20-30 a few years ago. I had one and the plait seal always used to break.

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