Magic Bullet Deluxe 17 Piece Kit. was £49.99 now £34.99 @ Argos
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Magic Bullet Deluxe 17 Piece Kit. was £49.99 now £34.99 @ Argos

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Found 4th Jul 2016
Great deal this, I can't believe I payed £140 for the Nutri bullet delux a couple of years a go.

The Magic Bullet is the incredibly versatile Countertop Food Processor, that does the job of multiple kitchen appliances all in one, with no mess and no fuss. It's the perfect kitchen appliance for people who want to eat fresh, delicious and wholesome food. The Magic Bullet creates fast, easy, nutritious food preparation. It chops, blends, grates, grinds, purees, whips, mixes and more so you can prepare virtually endless, delicious and nutritious meals and snacks in a flash.
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not the same as the Magic Bullet from Ann Summers.
nutribullet is a more powerful unit than the standard magic bullet.
Anyone who pays £140 for a blender needs psychiatric care
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oldguy

Anyone who pays £140 for a blender needs psychiatric care



That was the standard price when I bought it.
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Sid Harper

nutribullet is a more powerful unit than the standard magic bullet.



OMG. Is it the same price ?????????????????
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oldguy

Anyone who pays £140 for a blender needs psychiatric care



LIKE ALL THINGS PRICE COMES DOWN IN TIME.
belfastgeoff

OMG. Is it the same price ?????????????????


Depends which magic bullet you're comparing to! However, as a food processor the thing is 200w compared to the 600 or the nutribullet. So if you're after a creamy smoothie then you want the nutribullet, though the former will keep some people satisfied for their desires.
200 watts will do little. Good enough (i suppose) for banana milkshakes or the like. (_;)
smelladeal

200 watts will do little. Good enough (i suppose) for banana milkshakes … 200 watts will do little. Good enough (i suppose) for banana milkshakes or the like. (_;)


Why does that come across as a euphimism
200 watts is weak!
hinari do similar set for around £30 in asda often on sale for £20
add "magic" & "deluxe" = +£20
belfastgeoff

LIKE ALL THINGS PRICE COMES DOWN IN TIME.



​Apart from helium. That goes up in time.
these are awful. Had two and both burnt out within weeks and the plastic mugs cracked but got a refund in the end.
The best bang for your buck blender I have came across so far is the Salter Nutripro 1000.
Can anyone confirm, does these bullet type blenders handle hot drinks okay?
Just reserved one thinking it was the nutribullet lucky i checked trying to trick us with the bullet in the name 200w not powerful enough. Thought it was to good to be true.
Regularly this price and not worth it. Might seem like a lot of kit but it's ultimately a weak blender with loads of futile accessories. If you want smooth but don't want to go too expensive the 700w Nutri Ninja Lite would be better for the extra £10. Much better at crushing ice and reducing those gritty textures, but if you want max performance the 900w Ninja would be better than the 600w Nutribullet nearer the £60 mark. I'm particularly fussy so I have the higher power one but I have lots of friends who own the Ninja lite and are more satisfied with it than those who own the magic bullet/nutribullet.
Thanks for this
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