Breville VBL075 Active Blender £14.99 @ Argos
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Breville VBL075 Active Blender £14.99 @ Argos

£14.99£19.9925%Argos Deals
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Found 26th Jan
With the Breville® Blend Active®, making healthy & delicious smoothies, shakes, slushies and protein drinks couldn’t be easier - Just Blend & Go! Perfect for the gym, work, school or days out. The durable 600ml BPA-free bottle fits most car and bike cup holders and with a dishwasher-safe bottle, lid and blades, cleaning is a breeze too.

With a one-touch operation, the breville blend active is easy to use and super-fast too - smoothies in seconds! the tough blades can even cope with ice, nuts, seeds & frozen fruit for a variety of delicious drinks.

For protein powder drinks, the clever bottle design gives smooth results with no powder residue. Some recipe ideas are included to get you started but for more inspiration, visit www. Turnonyourcreativity. Com.
Power output 300 watts.
Plastic jug.
0.6 litre capacity.
1 speed setting and pulse function.
Ice crushing function.
Removable stainless steel blades.
Dishwasher safe parts.
Size H37, W12.8, D12.4cm.
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Is this on par with the nutri bullet?
No, this one is better
This would be as opposed to an "inactive" blender which just sits there going "brumm brumm" but can't be bothered to stir itself.
Great price for a starter blender which blends milkshakes (and soft fruit smoothies).........HOT from me

Moved on from this to a Nutri Ninja which was a step up, now using the Vitamix which is in a league of its own.
Same price on amazon for prime members. Alternatively you can get Breville VBL062 which is the same but with an extra bottle for 18.50
I've got the 2 bullet version. Works perfectly fine. I've been using it almost daily for 18 months and it's still fine. Not sure why I'd spend the extra on a nuti bullet
Ps I use it with frozen fruit no problems
Try to avoid putting the lids through the dishwasher as it makes them brittle and eventually break.
Im on my second one now as it was cheaper to buy a whole new unit than order replacement lids.
Well worth it for the price. I've got one of these in work and the NutriNinja 900 at home, and it's almost as good as that I'd say. Handles ice no problem.
I have 2 of these. I strongly recomend buying one with 2 bottles, like this: amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1


The bottles on their own are about 10 quid on Amazon and difficult to find below this. So paying the extra £4.50 now, is much better IMO, unless you absolutely know you'll only ever need one bottle. Even though it's only 15 quid, it seems like false economy.
We love ours - great for smoothies - blend and go. So simple kids can do themselves (obvs age appropriate). May get one for my mum.
I just bought one today in Asda for £29:98
Same price at Sainsbury’s
If you're looking for a smoothie maker. This is an absolute steal
Same price at amazon(if you have prime that is) amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "matwalaboy" 26th Jan
This is not on par with the nutribullet but its good enough to use whilst you get yourself in a routine with it. Voted cold because this is always around £15 so not exactly a new find- sorryyyy
Buy from Debenhams and you get 1 spare bottle.
I have one of these and they are reliable good quality gadget.
It's worth considering above with two bottles.

Breville VBL062 Blend Active Personal Blender, 300 W, 50Hz - White/Green: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home
nomnomnomnom16 h, 16 m ago

I have 2 of these. I strongly recomend buying one with 2 bottles, like …I have 2 of these. I strongly recomend buying one with 2 bottles, like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00DGLUW4E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1The bottles on their own are about 10 quid on Amazon and difficult to find below this. So paying the extra £4.50 now, is much better IMO, unless you absolutely know you'll only ever need one bottle. Even though it's only 15 quid, it seems like false economy.


And it's free delivery
Hi any help please. At checkout it's still £19.99 and not £14.99
Hi any help. At checkout it's still £19.99 and not £14.99
I use this to make my Huel, with a bit of banana and peanut butter.

Bargain at this price.
Shows £20 for me.
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