20% off Vitamix Blenders  and Accessories @ Lakeland (From £319.99)
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20% off Vitamix Blenders and Accessories @ Lakeland (From £319.99)

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Found 24th May 2016
Lakeland has 20% off Vitamix Blenders and Accessories until 31st May 2016.

These blenders don't seem to go on offer that often and 20% is the most I've seen discounted, with the exception of reconditioned machines.
Vitamix S30 (person) - £279.99 save £120
Vitamix® Aspire High Power Blender £319.99 - save £80
Vitamix® 300 Professional High Power Blender £399.99 - save £100
Vitamix® 500 Professional High Power Blender £479.99 - save £120

Manufacturer's website for more details on the blenders: vitamix.co.uk/Why…mix

If you can get JL to price match and buy before 29th you can also take advantage of the free smoothie box offer vitamix.co.uk/nat…der
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Vitamix rock! Been all round the wrekin with juicers and blenders over the years. Wish I had bought a Vitamix first, but didn't want to shell out for it.

Such quality well built machines that make really smooth smoothies. I can get so much kale and spinach into me when it disappears in a Vitamix fruit smoothie.


Thanks OP. Heat added and order placed for a Pro300
Try it. Equally good but a lot cheaper: amazon.co.uk/dp/…TK/

Edited by moderator: "May 25, 2016 20:52" 25th May 2016

Try it. Equally good but a lot cheaper: … Try it. Equally good but a lot cheaper: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00PTXRMTK/


Not as cheap as yours, but we've been using this one for the past 6 months, and can totally recommend it. Awesome bit of kit. Have made numerous different smoothies, thick shakes, soups, ice creams, etc, etc. amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
This is a great deal, have not seen it cheaper anywhere else.
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Not as cheap as yours, but we've been using this one for the past 6 … Not as cheap as yours, but we've been using this one for the past 6 months, and can totally recommend it. Awesome bit of kit. Have made numerous different smoothies, thick shakes, soups, ice creams, etc, etc. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/6040751916/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Yes, there are many cheaper blenders out there. Don't break the bank to get a shiny expensive blender. However if you have the means this is as good a one as I've seen.
Only 47 degrees in the six days this has been on? Should be hot hot hot! People don't know what they're missing.

Only 47 degrees in the six days this has been on? Should be hot hot hot! … Only 47 degrees in the six days this has been on? Should be hot hot hot! People don't know what they're missing.

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Yes, there are many cheaper blenders out there. Don't break the bank to … Yes, there are many cheaper blenders out there. Don't break the bank to get a shiny expensive blender. However if you have the means this is as good a one as I've seen.


I bought one of those brands which have a design identical to the Vitamix TNC. The brand I bought was Klarstein, theoretically a german product. 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, but something is not quite exactly the same with those cheaper products. The blade unit leaking seems to be a common problem with many of those.
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