Maximuscle Cyclone HALF-PRICE £23.49 @ Sainsbury's
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Maximuscle Cyclone HALF-PRICE £23.49 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 7th Mar 2013
50% off 1.2kgs of Cyclone sports supplement.

This stuff is excellent and normally costs far more than it's worth, but at 50% off it's superb value. Chocolate and Strawberry available. Stock up!

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I got some of these when they where buy one get one free. Great tasting but the weight really comes from the high sugar content.
Would rather go for a lean, low carb protein.

Looks a good price?

Thanks for posting. Good deal!

good price

Andyjbs

I got some of these when they where buy one get one free. Great tasting … I got some of these when they where buy one get one free. Great tasting but the weight really comes from the high sugar content.Would rather go for a lean, low carb protein.



I agree with you .. I prefer to get add my own carbs (dextrose) to a protein only powder ..

far too many carbs for me but cold cos its so pricey even with this discount.

Does this stuff really work (and all the other similar products you see on the shelves of even supermarkets these days)? I mean REALLY?? I see guys at he gym guzzling this sort of thing all the time, talking about 'gains' and what-not but they're not particularly 'ripped' or 'built' (and I wonder whether any bulking-up is from the fact that these sorts of guys tend to be at the gym very regularly anyway). So is it all just a massive marketing con aimed to exploit the increasing body hang-ups and insecurities blokes have these days?

Andyjbs

I got some of these when they where buy one get one free. Great tasting … I got some of these when they where buy one get one free. Great tasting but the weight really comes from the high sugar content.Would rather go for a lean, low carb protein.



Same here. Used to use Reflex Instant Whey but even though it had little carb content still wasn't low enough for me. Using PHD Diet Whey Protein now. Pretty good if you're looking to build lean muscle and lose fat.

Keefy68

Does this stuff really work (and all the other similar products you see … Does this stuff really work (and all the other similar products you see on the shelves of even supermarkets these days)? I mean REALLY?? I see guys at he gym guzzling this sort of thing all the time, talking about 'gains' and what-not but they're not particularly 'ripped' or 'built' (and I wonder whether any bulking-up is from the fact that these sorts of guys tend to be at the gym very regularly anyway). So is it all just a massive marketing con aimed to exploit the increasing body hang-ups and insecurities blokes have these days?



Its a source of protein nothing more. If people are working out to the extent that protein supplements will be a benefit then yes, it is useful.

M0rg0th

Its a source of protein nothing more. If people are working out to the … Its a source of protein nothing more. If people are working out to the extent that protein supplements will be a benefit then yes, it is useful.



True dat. Used to eat tins of tuna back when it was affordable but have you seen the price of tuna these days? Mental. Protein seems to be the more affordable and much more convenient source of protein. It does help me recover from workout sessions. Less muscle pain, quicker recoveries and gains I probably wouldn't have seen if I was on a less protein rich diet. Works but like everything you won't see any results without some effort.

Matrix Whey. eBay. 5kg - £40.00.

sorry the RRP was £46.98 for 1.2kg of protein! you can walk into any independent supplement shop and get a much better product without the b***s**t 50% off sales prices and get proper advice and recommendations to help you reach your goals

Original Poster

Sorry guys, this is my first deal, but I really think some of you are missing the point of me posting it.

I use this product, have done for years, it's good and I know a lot of others which use it. 50% off is a significant saving and for people interested in this product will save them a lot of money.

If you're not interested in Cyclone, buy something else. If you think something else is better, or is cheaper, go ahead and buy it. I didn't come here to argue the merits of the various manufacturers and their respective cost/kg.

However, if you're looking for Cyclone at a good price, there's the link.

This is a really good price for decent branded protein - RRP is pricey but at half price this is great. I like the fact it mixes well and the chocolate is actually really nice. Stocked up today as this is cheaper even than my subscription from Amazon.
Thanks for posting

Pity my local Sainsbury's (Richmond Rd.) only had it reduced to £36.49 or thereabouts. So not half price there. But maybe this is an online deal only.

No offence but all these cheaper protein brands are exactly that. New brands without much history in the market. I voted this deal hot because at least Maximuscle has been around for ages and nearly every gym nut swears by this brand, USN, Reflex, Met-RX and so on. I'd even purchase Holland & Barratts tub of protein before purchasing from places like My Protein/Bulk Protein/Superfit protein who can give you like 5kg of protein for like £40-48. At least Holland & Barratt aren't new to the market, can be held accountable for the ingredients in the protein shake itself unlike some of these new one shot companies that pop up, sell protein shakes for a bargain then a year or so later they're gone. No longer in the market. This deal is hot as the OP has pointed out that it's half the usual RRP and it's a well established brand in the sports nutritions game.

rpg

Pity my local Sainsbury's (Richmond Rd.) only had it reduced to £36.49 or … Pity my local Sainsbury's (Richmond Rd.) only had it reduced to £36.49 or thereabouts. So not half price there. But maybe this is an online deal only.



It was on offer for half price £23.49 at Sainsbury's Dronfield, did you even try to get it scanned?

Sir_Didymus

I'd even purchase Holland & Barratts tub of protein before purchasing … I'd even purchase Holland & Barratts tub of protein before purchasing from places like My Protein/Bulk Protein/Superfit protein



Do you even lift?

Mine delivered tonight:

3 @ £23.49
+ £2.95 delivery
-£10.00 code off hotukdeals
£63.42
= £21.14 each delivered

Ordered chocolate, but delivered strawberry

Good deal I think

DEALofaLifetime

It was on offer for half price £23.49 at Sainsbury's Dronfield, did you … It was on offer for half price £23.49 at Sainsbury's Dronfield, did you even try to get it scanned?

Thanks - you were right. Scanned at £23.49.

Keefy68

Does this stuff really work (and all the other similar products you see … Does this stuff really work (and all the other similar products you see on the shelves of even supermarkets these days)? I mean REALLY?? I see guys at he gym guzzling this sort of thing all the time, talking about 'gains' and what-not but they're not particularly 'ripped' or 'built' (and I wonder whether any bulking-up is from the fact that these sorts of guys tend to be at the gym very regularly anyway). So is it all just a massive marketing con aimed to exploit the increasing body hang-ups and insecurities blokes have these days?


Good point that pal
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