Nutri Ninja Auto IQ BL480 - £69.99 Costco
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Nutri Ninja Auto IQ BL480 - £69.99 Costco

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Found 21st Dec 2015
Just seen this offer for the Nutri Ninja Auto IQ BL480 on the Costco website for £69.99 including free delivery. There is a 5% surcharge for non members.

The same blender is currently priced at £119.95 at John Lewis and £99.99 at Argos.

Looks like a great offer to me.
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These are good as it's the 1000W version
great find, OP, heat added
That's a cracking deal
Great price. Use mine daily.
ordered today. Will be delivered tomorrow :-)
Might get this and return the John Lewis one. Decisions.
roadrunner1

Might get this and return the John Lewis one. Decisions.


Have done that. The iq works well and is 1000w vs 900w. So thought it was worth it
Will JL PRICE MATCH?
No they won't price match with Costco
philippo

Have done that. The iq works well and is 1000w vs 900w. So thought it was … Have done that. The iq works well and is 1000w vs 900w. So thought it was worth it



I bought the 900w jl one as well, what do you think justifies the extra cost of this one?
Can’t one merely use a hand blender instead to achieve more or less an equivalent outcome?
u0421793

Can’t one merely use a hand blender instead to achieve more or less an e … Can’t one merely use a hand blender instead to achieve more or less an equivalent outcome?



Hand blenders don't come anywhere near this. These obliterate everything.
£79.99 at Argos if it's easier for people
Still a cracking deal
Just got the Ninja pro 900w from Homebase yesterday for £50 (still available online), not tried yet as today is test driving my wife's soup making kettle looking thing she got yesterday ( she cant see me get anything lol). I did get the Breville Active family pack from Dunhelm posted on HUKD here £17:50 but screws found in bottom of box and one fell out machine when unpacking on Tuesday and didn't work not surprised and gutted, returned for refund. Voted hot for this good price.

Edited by: "frostyclock" 2nd Jan 2015
frostyclock

Just got the Ninja pro 900w from Homebase yesterday for £50 (still … Just got the Ninja pro 900w from Homebase yesterday for £50 (still available online), not tried yet as today is test driving my wife's soup making kettle looking thing she got yesterday ( she cant see me get anything lol). I did get the Breville Active family pack from Dunhelm posted on HUKD here £17:50 but screws found in bottom of box and one fell out machine when unpacking on Tuesday and didn't work not surprised and gutted, returned for refund. Voted hot for this good price.



This is £59.97 on QVC today with extra cups...
The Nutri Ninja on QVC is the a different model (BL450). This model (BL480) is priced at £91.56 on QVC.
Edited by: "jai247" 2nd Jan 2015
Askrulous

I bought the 900w jl one as well, what do you think justifies the extra … I bought the 900w jl one as well, what do you think justifies the extra cost of this one?


I like the fact that you lock in the beaker and then can either select on / pulse / 45 second auto / 60 second auto. Means the kids use it more than having to keep it pressed down constantly. The 450 doesn't have a turn and lock function like the nutribullet. Not sure whether the extra 100w is significant. Have to say this is my first jump into this blitzing malarkey and am impressed. Kids love slush puppie type drinks also.
Costco have excellent customer service so buy with confidence.

This Blender makes fantastic smoothies. Use frozen fruit, Costco stores sell large cheap bags, to make some great tasting smoothies. No need for ice as well.

I find a smoothie keeps me going for longer than a traditional brekkie, including porridge. Healthier too.
Best price around !!
philippo

I like the fact that you lock in the beaker and then can either select on … I like the fact that you lock in the beaker and then can either select on / pulse / 45 second auto / 60 second auto. Means the kids use it more than having to keep it pressed down constantly. The 450 doesn't have a turn and lock function like the nutribullet. Not sure whether the extra 100w is significant. Have to say this is my first jump into this blitzing malarkey and am impressed. Kids love slush puppie type drinks also.


Thanks for your reply. If its just auto blitzing, I'm quite content controlling winding up my neighbours with something that sounds a hovering Chinook!
just wondering if 1200w BL490UK is worth the extra £40 (_;)

Link here costco.co.uk/vie…sel
Edited by: "h-man" 3rd Jan 2015
Cheers Ordered! I've been searching for a better price on this particular model for days and no one will match this.
Askrulous

Thanks for your reply. If its just auto blitzing, I'm quite content … Thanks for your reply. If its just auto blitzing, I'm quite content controlling winding up my neighbours with something that sounds a hovering Chinook!


The auto setting supposedly detects how much resistance it feels and pulses accordingly. It,does certainly stop and start several times to allow the mix to settle so it blends properly. Nothing you can't do yourself, but for me makes it easy for the kids which is worth it. You'll find you end up spending ,ore on fruit than the blasted machine in the first fortnight anyway!
its gone up... £77.89 now
it doesnt show up on the website!
I can't see it
The deal expired a while back, this post should be marked as expired
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