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Nutri Ninja BL480UK 1000-Watt Blender With Auto-IQ £50 @ Sainsbury's - Dulwich
Nutri Ninja BL480UK 1000-Watt Blender With Auto-IQ £50 @ Sainsbury's - Dulwich

Nutri Ninja BL480UK 1000-Watt Blender With Auto-IQ £50 @ Sainsbury's - Dulwich

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Nutri Ninja BL480UK 1000-Watt Blender With Auto-IQ
Reduced to clear to £50 at Sainsburys Dog Kennel Hill. Mot available on Website so maybe shop only deal.
£79 in John Lewis, Argos, Currys

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Also available in Swindon Bridgmead Sainsburys.;)

Also available in Swindon Bridgmead Sainsburys.;)

Also spotted in Beeston, Nottingham.

Great price for one of these. I have the slightly cheaper model from last Xmas, and is great for making milkshakes and adding crushed ice to fruit juice. One thing that's not obvious is that the plastic top containing the blade has a silicon O-ring hidden in the recess which needs prying out and cleaning (otherwise there's this constant pong from the top even though it appears to have been washed!

Thanks op, gf picked me one up in the Hamilton store if any Glasgow people are looking

Just to add the blender was showing at full price in my store but when they scanned it the price was £50

£50 in Ipswich

quality item.

Wow. Good spot. Got last one in Wolverhampton Superstore but scanned at £70

alexparx

Great price for one of these. I have the slightly cheaper model from … Great price for one of these. I have the slightly cheaper model from last Xmas, and is great for making milkshakes and adding crushed ice to fruit juice. One thing that's not obvious is that the plastic top containing the blade has a silicon O-ring hidden in the recess which needs prying out and cleaning (otherwise there's this constant pong from the top even though it appears to have been washed!


Well, quite. The trouble is that, over time, doing this will slacken the ring and before you know it you need a new one. Only they don't sell the rings by themselves, you have to buy a whole new extractor blade to go with it or take your chances with non-brand replacements. The lady I spoke to on the phone, when I called the "official" Nutribullet site, was adamant that the ring should not be taken out and said that all the people who have complained about rings having broken were guilty of taking them out. She advised me to buy a new blade unit and to not take out the ring. I said "that's nasty". She said, "no, it's perfectly fine". We agreed to disagree. If any one knows of a good place to get replacement rings that actually fit, please let us know. Cheers.

96quid in darnley
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