Nutri Ninja BL450UK Nutrient Extractor Blender Pulse Technology £59.99 @ Homebase
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Nutri Ninja BL450UK Nutrient Extractor Blender Pulse Technology £59.99 @ Homebase

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Found 27th Aug 2015
Probably all may not like this, but if you are after one of these than I think this is good price to pay for compared to what some of the other retailers are selling it for.
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Some product details for you to read in case you like it reading here instead of visiting the retailer's website:

Versatile and incredibly powerful, the Nutri Ninja cuts through large chunks of food with consummate ease - creating a range of tasty treats in just a few seconds. The Ninja’s Pro Extractor blades rotate with speed and precision to create smoothies and soups packed with goodness – taking all the hard out of eating healthily
Features: Pulse Blending and ice crushing.
Colour: Black.
Wattage: 900W.
Cord length: 90cm.
Includes: 1 power base, 1 500ml cup, 1 650ml cup, 1 Pro Extractor blade set, 2 Sip n Seal to Go lids, 1 inspiration guide.
Industry standard: Yes.
Guarantee: 1 year.
Additional information: Dishwasher safe cups, blades, and lids.

59 Comments

Heat added very good price

Think its similar in Costco? Would prefer to get it from there

woah gotten cheaper

We have this model from Costco... Ours has a 1000W engine, 4 buttons on the front and cost £69.00 from them direct so you cannot take to the store... The model we have does NOT require you holding the flask down when smoothie-ing - So if the picture is wrong and it matches ours then its a good deal other wise spend 10 pounds more! Cannot vote hot or cold till clarified. Double checked the web site - it IS unfortunately the inferior one... so COLD
Edited by: "TiscaliSurvivor" 27th Aug 2015

Cold for the struggle to read the first paragraph.

Nutrient extractor.....
OMG get a life and just eat a Banana...........

It's a bloody food bender £9.99 at Argos...!!!!!

verysleepy

It's a bloody food bender £9.99 at Argos...!!!!!



​awesome! i have a stack of fruit that needs bending

verysleepy

It's a bloody food bender £9.99 at Argos...!!!!!


Why even bother with a blender? Just get a hammer.

verysleepy

It's a bloody food bender £9.99 at Argos...!!!!!



I have some straight carrots, can you get me a food bender from Argos and I will pay you for it to be shipped to me. We need some bendy carrots for my happy horse.
Edited by: "NEtech" 28th Aug 2015

I presume these more expensive blenders have a stronger blade that will crush ice and any veg or fruit you throw at it , while cheap blenders the blade will be destroyed?

Proveright

I presume these more expensive blenders have a stronger blade that will … I presume these more expensive blenders have a stronger blade that will crush ice and any veg or fruit you throw at it , while cheap blenders the blade will be destroyed?



Yup exactly. Not sure I believe in the nutrition extraction system they speak off but it is a high quality blender and does increase fruit and veg intake so it is a good buy (obviously not in the leagues of vitamix but good enough to do ice and all veg i have tried so far!!)

If this is still a bit too pricey then might be worth considering the Magic Bullet. Selling for £45 from John Lewis. The motor is less powerful but the selection of dishwasher safe cups and pots that you get with it means we can use it a few times for each load which makes it convenient for us, rather than washing up every time.

Voted hot though as this is a good price for this one.

Alternatively... eat the fruit, let stomach blend fruit.

got one of these after my bullet died. Much better. The 1000w one is surely awesome but this will do. A little noisy, but they all are.

RCUK

Alternatively... eat the fruit, let stomach blend fruit.


Yes - the whole point is not to "extract the nutrients" before eating - it just means you get a sugar rush and consume far more than you need to.

I just use my cheap one I got from Lidl for £12. Mainly for soft fruit but it does crush frozen forest fruits so does the job for me. I use it every morning, a glass of milk, 2 bananas and a spoonful of coffee. Awesome coffee and banana breakfast drink.

bloody love this machine. use is everyday. i paid £70 in JL but this is a great price. heat added.

I've used the cheapy £10-£20 blenders you can buy from argos.

I have also bought 2 nutri ninjas £60-£80 (auto iq 1000w, and 900w).

I have also used a vitamix £400 at a friends house.


The best bang for your buck is the nutri ninja. The smoothest smoothies come from the vitamix. Overall it depends on how much you value quality.

I hope to in future buy a vitamix.

I blend almond butter, sunflower seeds, flaxseed, frozen fruit, ice, nuts , etc in the ninja and it does a good job. it can however struggle to break down some seeds even on the strongest 60 second programme.

as for having to hold down the 900w ninja that is wrong you simply lock it in place and then unlock it when you want to stop blending.

therefore it's simply preference whether you go for the 900w or 1000w version i own both and i can see advantages and cons for both but both make the same quality of smoothie.


the vitamix is in a league of it's own though you could throw any number of seeds in there and you won't get any bits in your smoothie. you can even make peanut butter in it.

a lot of people on here don't understand quality. e.g. they will post up headphones for £12 as a great deal when spending more would get you a truly great product.

i'm not saying you need to buy a vitamix but the ninja @ £60 is a much better deal than those £10-£20 systems as they simply aren't powerful enough for a real smoothie. I've used them and they struggle and then the motor eventually gives out.

The trouble is a lot of other people don't understand the law of diminishing returns, nor the placebo effect, and think that if something costs four times as much it must be four times "better".

Voted hot, in life, you get what you pay for.

nnenne

Voted hot, in life, you get what you pay for.


Which means there's no such thing as a bargain, which means you shouldn't be bothering with this site.

pibpob

The trouble is a lot of other people don't understand the law of … The trouble is a lot of other people don't understand the law of diminishing returns, nor the placebo effect, and think that if something costs four times as much it must be four times "better".


Thanks for taking HUKD to a better level - Yes please do explain the law of diminishing returns and also the general equilibrium theory - perhaps compare and contrast them to the rational expectations hypothesis too.

TiscaliSurvivor

Thanks for taking HUKD to a better level - Yes please do explain the law … Thanks for taking HUKD to a better level - Yes please do explain the law of diminishing returns and also the general equilibrium theory - perhaps compare and contrast them to the rational expectations hypothesis too.


Your point being?

pibpob

The trouble is a lot of other people don't understand the law of … The trouble is a lot of other people don't understand the law of diminishing returns, nor the placebo effect, and think that if something costs four times as much it must be four times "better".



​i truly believe that the ninja is 4 times better. the motor for instance is more than 4 times as powerful. so the law of diminishing returns doesn't kick in until you start looking at blenders at £150+

PsychoSonny

​i truly believe that the ninja is 4 times better. the motor for i … ​i truly believe that the ninja is 4 times better. the motor for instance is more than 4 times as powerful. so the law of diminishing returns doesn't kick in until you start looking at blenders at £150+


Yes, I was particularly referring to the even more eye-wateringly expensive products mentioned, but even so, I'm not convinced that four times the power consumption (which, by the way, does not necessarily translate into four times the output power) somehow makes the result four times better.

pibpob

Yes, I was particularly referring to the even more eye-wateringly … Yes, I was particularly referring to the even more eye-wateringly expensive products mentioned, but even so, I'm not convinced that four times the power consumption (which, by the way, does not necessarily translate into four times the output power) somehow makes the result four times better.




you could say that about anything though it's all subjective.

how do you quantify 4 times better?

the ninja will last more than 4 times as long (if your blending tough ingredients).

so yeah it is more than 4 times better. I've also bought cheap £6.50 choppers from asda in the past. lasted less than 20 uses before the motor died. should of spent more on a quality chopper. i'm sure though someone has had one of those choppers last but it depends on your usage.

i blend seeds, frozen fruit and ice therefore I need a quality motor. even with the ninja i still have very small bits in it if i put too many seeds in. so i stick to 1-2 teaspoons. it obliterates nuts though you don't get any bits so i throw in as many almonds as i want.

Will it blend ice cubes for my alternative juices......cocktails?

PsychoSonny

you could say that about anything though it's all subjective.how do you … you could say that about anything though it's all subjective.how do you quantify 4 times better?


Indeed

the ninja will last more than 4 times as long (if your blending tough … the ninja will last more than 4 times as long (if your blending tough ingredients).so yeah it is more than 4 times better.


Now that's an objective figure, so how do you back it up?

I've also bought cheap £6.50 choppers from asda in the past. lasted less … I've also bought cheap £6.50 choppers from asda in the past. lasted less than 20 uses before the motor died. should of spent more on a quality chopper. i'm sure though someone has had one of those choppers last but it depends on your usage.


This one costs ten times as much though.

Edited by: "pibpob" 29th Aug 2015

pibpob

Your point being?


You clearly have a great deal of wisdom to share with us ignorant consumers - so please outline them so we can all make balanced decisions

Reserved one and had the confirmation email but went to the store today to collect and was told it had been cancelled and that customer services had called me to offer an alternative product but haven't received any calls.

Reserved and collected from market harborough, a good price

TiscaliSurvivor

You clearly have a great deal of wisdom to share with us ignorant … You clearly have a great deal of wisdom to share with us ignorant consumers - so please outline them so we can all make balanced decisions



You are not doing yourself any favours belittling pibpob.

He made a coherent point.

JamesSmith

You are not doing yourself any favours belittling pibpob.He made a … You are not doing yourself any favours belittling pibpob.He made a coherent point.


Not belittling pibob at all - If someone uses phrases like "diminishing returns" on a site that gets hundreds of likes whenever the word "melons" gets posted, he should explain what diminishing returns is otherwise it is not a coherent point.

This is the 900W so not as good as costco offer.

PsychoSonny

I've used the cheapy £10-£20 blenders you can buy from argos.I have also b … I've used the cheapy £10-£20 blenders you can buy from argos.I have also bought 2 nutri ninjas £60-£80 (auto iq 1000w, and 900w).I have also used a vitamix £400 at a friends house.The best bang for your buck is the nutri ninja. The smoothest smoothies come from the vitamix. Overall it depends on how much you value quality.I hope to in future buy a vitamix.I blend almond butter, sunflower seeds, flaxseed, frozen fruit, ice, nuts , etc in the ninja and it does a good job. it can however struggle to break down some seeds even on the strongest 60 second programme.as for having to hold down the 900w ninja that is wrong you simply lock it in place and then unlock it when you want to stop blending.therefore it's simply preference whether you go for the 900w or 1000w version i own both and i can see advantages and cons for both but both make the same quality of smoothie.the vitamix is in a league of it's own though you could throw any number of seeds in there and you won't get any bits in your smoothie. you can even make peanut butter in it.a lot of people on here don't understand quality. e.g. they will post up headphones for £12 as a great deal when spending more would get you a truly great product.i'm not saying you need to buy a vitamix but the ninja @ £60 is a much better deal than those £10-£20 systems as they simply aren't powerful enough for a real smoothie. I've used them and they struggle and then the motor eventually gives out.


what some people don't understand is that everyone has a different perception of 'quality', those that pay a high price for their perceived quality (£400 for a smoothie maker??) then seem to get annoyed when others don't share their values

PsychoSonny

I've used the cheapy £10-£20 blenders you can buy from argos.I have also b … I've used the cheapy £10-£20 blenders you can buy from argos.I have also bought 2 nutri ninjas £60-£80 (auto iq 1000w, and 900w).I have also used a vitamix £400 at a friends house.The best bang for your buck is the nutri ninja. The smoothest smoothies come from the vitamix. Overall it depends on how much you value quality.I hope to in future buy a vitamix.I blend almond butter, sunflower seeds, flaxseed, frozen fruit, ice, nuts , etc in the ninja and it does a good job. it can however struggle to break down some seeds even on the strongest 60 second programme.as for having to hold down the 900w ninja that is wrong you simply lock it in place and then unlock it when you want to stop blending.therefore it's simply preference whether you go for the 900w or 1000w version i own both and i can see advantages and cons for both but both make the same quality of smoothie.the vitamix is in a league of it's own though you could throw any number of seeds in there and you won't get any bits in your smoothie. you can even make peanut butter in it.a lot of people on here don't understand quality. e.g. they will post up headphones for £12 as a great deal when spending more would get you a truly great product.i'm not saying you need to buy a vitamix but the ninja @ £60 is a much better deal than those £10-£20 systems as they simply aren't powerful enough for a real smoothie. I've used them and they struggle and then the motor eventually gives out.




have you tried a 2200W Commercial Blender 2.0L Food Processor Mixer Smoothie Juicer Ice Crusher

cruisecars

This is the 900W so not as good as costco offer.



Costco deal : hotukdeals.com/dea…596

Original Poster

wow deal revived, you guys are great

JamesSmith

Costco deal : … Costco deal : http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nutri-ninja-professional-iq-nutrition-extractor-bl480uk-69-99-delivered-costco-2275596



Yes i know i ordered that one
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