NUTRI NINJA JUST £39! WAS £99.99 @ currys
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NUTRI NINJA JUST £39! WAS £99.99 @ currys

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Found 14th Dec 2015
Brilliant deal, if I'm not mistaken this was posted at £50 yesterday via John Lewis (I bought one of those haha) but this is even better

(!) This is not the same as the John Lewis post yesterday. This apparently has a lower watt (power) rating and is the 'slim' version.
If that affects your needs or decisions with regards this product please read up on it and/or browse the comments in the thread.
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Yesterdays deal was for the 900w I believe, whereas this is for the 700w. Still a decent price though

Edited by: "Spammed" 14th Dec 2015
You're mistaken. Was the 900w yesterday. OK though.
bought yesterday's one purely because it was too hot. had no idea about this thing....
Yeah, this isn't the same product as yesterdays deal. This product is apparently exclusive to Currys
Why are blenders suddenly all the rage? Have I missed something? blenders have been around for decades, yet suddenly it's become fashionable again to buy a branded, fancy one
2 yr gtee at JL
buckfast67uk

Why are blenders suddenly all the rage? Have I missed something? blenders … Why are blenders suddenly all the rage? Have I missed something? blenders have been around for decades, yet suddenly it's become fashionable again to buy a branded, fancy one



They stuck a sports bottle instead of a jug on top of one and voila, all the new rage!
buckfast67uk

Why are blenders suddenly all the rage? Have I missed something? blenders … Why are blenders suddenly all the rage? Have I missed something? blenders have been around for decades, yet suddenly it's become fashionable again to buy a branded, fancy one



Half baked ideas of getting more fruit and veg intake, worked for me, I bought yesterday's deal, even I know it'll be in the cupboard by February...
Jollyhoho

Half baked ideas of getting more fruit and veg intake, worked for me, I … Half baked ideas of getting more fruit and veg intake, worked for me, I bought yesterday's deal, even I know it'll be in the cupboard by February...




Lol! Same here!
Possibly a placebo effect but the Vitamix 'green' smoothie recipe (pineapple, grapes, banana and spinach) did make me slightly more energetic, especially during bleak winter mornings.
this one cant handle ice very well, the one in John Lewis is far better
Its just a blender, such a con
Thanks buddy. My 600W Nutribullet handles ice fine so don't see why this would have too many problems. Will make a great Xmas present
Apparently the Argos one has better blades for the same money (fast forward the Video to 5.40)

youtube.com/wat…aC0

argos.co.uk/sta…htm
Edited by: "flopstocks" 14th Dec 2015
Costco had the Nutri Ninja IQ for £79+ even better deal I think a week or 2 ago
My 600w Nutribullet has big ice cubes in every time and manages perfectly.
I'm pretty sure this will too if that is what might be putting anyone off.
ju1cee1

Costco had the Nutri Ninja IQ for £79+ even better deal I think a week … Costco had the Nutri Ninja IQ for £79+ even better deal I think a week or 2 ago



​Yeah that was good deal
this is for the slim. I got this about 3/4 weeks ago for the same price when it was previously on offer at currys
l_i_s_a

My 600w Nutribullet has big ice cubes in every time and manages … My 600w Nutribullet has big ice cubes in every time and manages perfectly. I'm pretty sure this will too if that is what might be putting anyone off.


Really? I Wouldn't have thought the motor would be able to handle that without getting overheated
Just shows what good marketing can do - whoever thought that there could be a fashionable blender? Hats off to them!
Edited by: "loop" 15th Dec 2015
naj2

Brilliant deal, if I'm not mistaken this was posted at £50 … Brilliant deal, if I'm not mistaken this was posted at £50 yesterday via John Lewis (I bought one of those haha) but this is even better



cold from me. This is the slim version and less power.Will struggle with ice
Cold not 900w posted couple of days ago from JL
in fairness I've used my nutribullet everyday for over a month and ate a lot more healthy foods I wouldn't of before. I don't feel any better for it really though! maybe my skin is clearer now and I have more enjoy on some days but it's hard to say if that's because of the blender or not. still easy to make for breakfasts so why not
in fairness I've used my nutribullet everyday for over a month and ate a lot more healthy foods I wouldn't of before. I don't feel any better for it really though! maybe my skin is clearer now and I have more enjoy on some days but it's hard to say if that's because of the blender or not. still easy to make for breakfasts so why not
Wow, this deal kicks a$$
richard1390

cold from me. This is the slim version and less power.Will struggle with … cold from me. This is the slim version and less power.Will struggle with ice



I have the 600 and it handles ice and frozen fruit amazingly!
Really need to change the description as this could easily mislead folks - as per the OP's question, you are mistaken this is not the same model as the JL deal. Good deal though it may be, it is not like-for-like.
Nutri Ninja, Nutri Bullet - or as I like to call it; a blender.
Hot deal but blenders are for hippies.
ju1cee1

Costco had the Nutri Ninja IQ for £79+ even better deal I think a week … Costco had the Nutri Ninja IQ for £79+ even better deal I think a week or 2 ago



Thant was good deal but this is not bad at this price.
Brewer

Really need to change the description as this could easily mislead folks … Really need to change the description as this could easily mislead folks - as per the OP's question, you are mistaken this is not the same model as the JL deal. Good deal though it may be, it is not like-for-like.



Yes this is a false deal, people thinking it is BL450 900W. It is a cut down cheaper version with smaller blades, apparently the £39 Ninja in argos has the same blades as the BL450.
Edited by: "flopstocks" 15th Dec 2015
Bought my Blender that will be in the cupboard within a week or 2 from Tesco's for £6.50 hasn't got a fancy name tho or recipes with fancy names but luckily I have got Google....
Edited by: "jez794" 15th Dec 2015
great deal
juice me up
Are these any good?
I bought the 1000w AutoIQ version for £69.99.

Can't take the RRP of £99.99 for this one seriously.
Great for mixing protein shakes
Most People i Know Who Have Had One. Have Used it For a Couple of Weeks then Ends up Stashed in a Cupboard Till The End of Time..lol
I also use mind to make great Chocolate and Horlicks, mix it cold and then a quick heat in microwave, best I've had since a kid at Bournmouth 50 years ago! #ItsFrothyMan
Most people I know who have one still use it!
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