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Vitamix Pro 300 Blender £358.18 Amazon

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Vitamix Pro 300 blender, pretty sure this is the cheapest it's ever been in the U.K. Yes I know it's a lot of a blender, but if you're in the market for one it might help you out. These are better … Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Vitamix Pro 300 blender, pretty sure this is the cheapest it's ever been in the U.K.

Yes I know it's a lot of a blender, but if you're in the market for one it might help you out. These are better than any nutribullet or other standard blender.

RRP is £499
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Showing at £499 for me.
#2
me too
#3
Ah, me three! Didn't last long!
1 Like #4
May be a daft question but why would you pay £500 for one of these when you can get a nutri bullet or ninja for £90?
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indianajon
May be a daft question but why would you pay £500 for one of these when you can get a nutri bullet or ninja for £90?

The same reason you would spend £60 on a Nutribullet and not £15 on a Brevil or Kenwood blender... X)
#6
These are what are used in da cafe... ;)
#7
And you can make soups in these , it's great it just spins it that fast that it cooks it as well.
#8
Would have bought a Vitamix if money was no object, so bought this instead. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/6040751916/?tag=ho01f-21

Have used it for past 10 months or so, and still use regularly. Great bit of kit, and would say comparable to the Vitamix. Imho.
1 Like #9
vegasbaby
Would have bought a Vitamix if money was no object, so bought this instead. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/6040751916/?tag=ho01f-21
Have used it for past 10 months or so, and still use regularly. Great bit of kit, and would say comparable to the Vitamix. Imho.

Food for thought! Thanks :{
#10
AWESOME!
#11
for people that have more money than sense
#12
mrvot
vegasbaby
Would have bought a Vitamix if money was no object, so bought this instead. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/6040751916/?tag=ho01f-21
Have used it for past 10 months or so, and still use regularly. Great bit of kit, and would say comparable to the Vitamix. Imho.
Food for thought! Thanks :{
I bought one of those brands which have a design identical to the Vitamix TNC. The brand I bought was Klarstein, which is also claimed to be made in Germany. I was happy with it for about 6 months until the base of the jug started leaking. Manufacturer was very nice, got a replacement for free but the same problem appeared after some months. Got money back and then bought a Vitamix. Yes, it was 3x more (£300 refurbished in John Lewis) but after having it for nearly two years headache free I would happily pay the same again! I am not sure why it is do difficult to reverse engineer the design properly, which appears to be what those companies do, but something is not quite exactly the same!
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AT1
mrvot
vegasbaby
Would have bought a Vitamix if money was no object, so bought this instead. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/6040751916/?tag=ho01f-21
Have used it for past 10 months or so, and still use regularly. Great bit of kit, and would say comparable to the Vitamix. Imho.
Food for thought! Thanks :{
I bought one of those brands which have a design identical to the Vitamix TNC. The brand I bought was Klarstein, which is also claimed to be made in Germany. I was happy with it for about 6 months until the base of the jug started leaking. Manufacturer was very nice, got a replacement for free but the same problem appeared after some months. Got money back and then bought a Vitamix. Yes, it was 3x more (£300 refurbished in John Lewis) but after having it for nearly two years headache free I would happily pay the same again! I am not sure why it is do difficult to reverse engineer the design properly, which appears to be what those companies do, but something is not quite exactly the same!

Thank you... yes I gave this some thought and am sticking by my guns - I've worked my way up over the years from £13 kenwood blender to Nutribullet and most 'smoothie makers/blenders' are absolute tosh! I'm very happy with a nutribullet but slowly saving with a goal to get a vitamix in the next 12 months. <3
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mrvot
AT1
mrvot
vegasbaby
Would have bought a Vitamix if money was no object, so bought this instead. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/6040751916/?tag=ho01f-21
Have used it for past 10 months or so, and still use regularly. Great bit of kit, and would say comparable to the Vitamix. Imho.
Food for thought! Thanks :{
I bought one of those brands which have a design identical to the Vitamix TNC. The brand I bought was Klarstein, which is also claimed to be made in Germany. I was happy with it for about 6 months until the base of the jug started leaking. Manufacturer was very nice, got a replacement for free but the same problem appeared after some months. Got money back and then bought a Vitamix. Yes, it was 3x more (£300 refurbished in John Lewis) but after having it for nearly two years headache free I would happily pay the same again! I am not sure why it is do difficult to reverse engineer the design properly, which appears to be what those companies do, but something is not quite exactly the same!
Thank you... yes I gave this some thought and am sticking by my guns - I've worked my way up over the years from £13 kenwood blender to Nutribullet and most 'smoothie makers/blenders' are absolute tosh! I'm very happy with a nutribullet but slowly saving with a goal to get a vitamix in the next 12 months. <3

You won't be disappointed!! Great buy despite what the HUKD community thinks!
#15
its full price now but good catch. I think i will go for the 750
#16
ookitnow
its full price now but good catch. I think i will go for the 750
750 is fantastic. Still find it funny how this was voted cold.... it's now on sale at £450
#17
marmaluke
ookitnow
its full price now but good catch. I think i will go for the 750
750 is fantastic. Still find it funny how this was voted cold.... it's now on sale at £450

Hot uk deal community like things cheaper. They do not understand the quality of products they cannot afford so mark it as cold.

The pro range of these blenders are extremely good and the 750 is one of the best out there. the standard blenders however are pretty much on parr with other blenders out there hence why people go for 300 or 750.

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