Nutri Ninja £69.95 John Lewis 2 Year Guarantee!!!
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Nutri Ninja £69.95 John Lewis 2 Year Guarantee!!!

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Found 12th Jun 2015
Great machine, cheapest I've seen it with a 2yr guarantee

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Already posted for same price from argos ealier today. I'm looking for 480 model with 1000w power. Full price everywhere

Yes but this deal has 2 year warranty

I want the one with the iq feature. But this price is nice.

I've got the iq feature ninja, awesome piece of kit, only downfall it's very loud!!

kos1c

I want the one with the iq feature. But this price is nice.




Same here. Costco had it for 79.99 few weeks ago.

Thanks

lucyferror

Same here. Costco had it for 79.99 few weeks ago.



Hopefully that goes back on sale and I see it this time

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kos1c

I want the one with the iq feature. But this price is nice.



That relates to stronger motor only or has additional feature?

Bargain

Oh wow, they were something like £80 at Costco. Apparently better than nutribullet too as it crushes ice cubes as well. Hot!

Guys its just a blender with a marketing name. It blends.

Also at Currys and Argos. As mentioned in the original post.

Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday for £20. Does the job for me. Its slightly cheaper on amazon.

amazon.co.uk/Mor…88/

couldn't agree more its a ruddy blender for heavens sake! They'll be selling these on car boots for a tenner before long.

Ruffuz

CommentThat relates to stronger motor only or has additional feature?




Has a stronger motor (1000w), but has 4 button pre sets.

1 on/off
2 pulse
3 light blend
4 strong blend

3 and 4 blends for 30-60 seconds in a pre set style. Few pulse, few long and sort bursts etc. Most off the time it'll give a smooth, lump free drink/soup.

It's a lazy man's machine.

Then dou aching has a jug glass on top and think a slightly stronger motet with 6 buttons. One for heavy blending (ice and other bits), milk shake pre set etc. But only seen it on usa sites so no idea on that cost.
Edited by: "kos1c" 12th Jun 2015

kl3095

Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday … Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday for £20. Does the job for me. Its slightly cheaper on amazon.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Morphy-Richards-48415-Easy-Blend/dp/B00AW8YK88/



never happy to read reviews which say 'great, for the price' which usually means it's rubbish but, hey i only spent a fiver!' the reviews are 'great, for the money' or 'it smells of gay sex without a lubricant and i had to call out the fire brigade to put out the fire... and it leaks.'

kl3095

Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday … Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday for £20. Does the job for me. Its slightly cheaper on amazon.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Morphy-Richards-48415-Easy-Blend/dp/B00AW8YK88/



Its build quality is what you pay for.
I had a £30 Morphy Richards blender from Tesco and 2 months later it burnt out.

Only downside was, Tesco said they'd replace it but I need receipt. Which my brother threw the box along with manuals and receipt.

marineville

never happy to read reviews which say 'great, for the price' which … never happy to read reviews which say 'great, for the price' which usually means it's rubbish but, hey i only spent a fiver!' the reviews for the morphy richard veer between 'great, for the money' or 'it smells of gay sex without a lubricant and i had to call out the fire brigade to put out the fire... and it leaks.'


marineville


Good product at a good price imho. I use my normal food processor jug and do frozen smoothies with frozen fruit. I have one for breakfast, one for dinner and a "normal" meal for tea. Its tasty and I have lost weight also. Its just a really nice way of boasting your fruit/veg daily intake

kl3095

Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday … Just a heads up. I bought the morphy richards one out of b&m yesterday for £20. Does the job for me. Its slightly cheaper on amazon.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Morphy-Richards-48415-Easy-Blend/dp/B00AW8YK88/


Thx, got one, if it burns before 12 months, nothing to worry, Amazon will replace.

lucyferror

Already posted for same price from argos ealier today. I'm looking for … Already posted for same price from argos ealier today. I'm looking for 480 model with 1000w power. Full price everywhere


the 100w may not make much difference and the IQ function just adds two auto timers 60sec and 45 sec with pulse start and stop. we have the 480 in the household we have been using it every single day since I bought it, never thought smoothie making will be such fun :-)

magicalex9

Guys its just a blender with a marketing name. It blends.


obviously you haven't used one of these proper smoothie makers ;-)

magicalex9

Guys its just a blender with a marketing name. It blends.



exactly right, just goes to show how marketing can brain wash people, they are several blenders that will easily do the same job at less than half the price.

LordLardy

obviously you haven't used one of these proper smoothie makers ;-)



I have used this with 25 pound kenwood smoothie 2 go side by side, and it blended everything including ice. Stop getting brainwashed.

Original Poster

I must admit I have the IQ version and my sister has this version, the differences between the two models are negligible, if I hadn't got the IQ for a similar price (79.99 homebase bank holiday special) I would go for this for the fact you get the 2 year warranty and its about £30 cheaper than the IQ.

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Heat Sink

I have used this with 25 pound kenwood smoothie 2 go side by side, and it … I have used this with 25 pound kenwood smoothie 2 go side by side, and it blended everything including ice. Stop getting brainwashed.



each to their own. in my experience with using the nutri ninja and other similar blenders there is a significant difference in performance and the consistency of the smoothie, so smooth and definitely no "bits" with the ninja

Hot for the price, but it's still an overpriced marketing bling blender.


To those comparing these smoothie makers (with 900-1000w motors) with ordinary blenders (with 300-400w motors), I would suggest that you try one. Just like anything else there are many ways and tools to get things done, some do it better than others and as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.

I have a blender with a 400 w motor and it's not very nice drinking a load of un chopped kale and lumps of banana or strawberry lol

emerald21

I have a blender with a 400 w motor and it's not very nice drinking a … I have a blender with a 400 w motor and it's not very nice drinking a load of un chopped kale and lumps of banana or strawberry lol



try buying a cheap sive... It will get rid of the bigger bits that haven't been broken down.

lol @ people thinking this is overpriced branded blender.

the difference between this and the 300w ones in argos is this one will actually blend hard stuff. it will also last a lot longer and the smoothies will be smoother.

i've used a £30 panasonic hand blender for milkshakes but I would never trust it to make the smoothies i can make in this using frozen fruit, carrots, apples, ice, etc.

there are only 2 smoothie makes worth buying and it's the vitamix (which will make some of you palpitate when you find out the price) and the nutri range.

if i had £300-£500 to drop on a smoothie maker i would buy a vitamix no questions asked and no i wouldn't be paying for the brand name. i would be paying for the best blender on the planet. it would last me a lifetime (30+ years).

so it would work out to be £10-£15 per year over it's life.

i own a nuti ninja auto iq 1000w and got it for £83ish. well worth the money. in fact it's that good i'm going to buy one of these 900w models as a gift for someone today.

mathew2k

try buying a cheap sive... It will get rid of the bigger bits that … try buying a cheap sive... It will get rid of the bigger bits that haven't been broken down.




so then you lose all those ingredients?

your effectively throwing money in the bin by doing that. that money could of been used on buying a superior blender in the first place with less wastage.

Was considering the Argos 69.99 deal but might opt for this with the warrantee.
Blenders are like power tools IMO. You usually get what you pay for.

much difference between this and IQ model was looking to get one of these

whats wrong with just eating the stuff?

This looks to be an excellent product. I have used its competitor in US - a nutribullet - and it was really good. However I decided to splash out on a really powerful machine , an Enpee. The more powerful the motor , the better it can blend , the better ones body can absorb the nutrients.

Now £119.95

tomwenn

Now £119.95



Nope wrong link has been posted

how does it compare to that of breville sport blender for £20.00 ?
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