Nutri Ninja Professional IQ Nutrition Extractor BL480UK £69.99 delivered @ CostCo
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Nutri Ninja Professional IQ Nutrition Extractor BL480UK £69.99 delivered @ CostCo

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Found 3rd Sep 2015
>>> Non members can order online with 5% surcharge = £73.49

Not to be confused with the cheaper 900w Ninja Pro..

Nearly bought at Argos it's on sale there for £99.. ;D

The Nutri Ninja Professional has automatic IQ technology and a powerful 1000W motor combined with Ninja Blade Technology spinning at 21,000 rpm allowing you to break down whole fruits, vegetables and ice in seconds. Unlike traditional blenders that leave you with chunky, gritty thick liquid, the Nutri Ninja juice extractor leaves you with juice without any of the fibres.

The Nutri Ninja Pro gives you power and versatility in the palm of your hand, it can easily handle frozen blending, chopping, nutrient & vitamin extraction and make instant healthy dressings.

Specifications:

Model: BL480UK
Capacity: 500ml and 600ml
Attachments: 500ml cup, 650ml cup, Ninja Pro extractor blades, sip and seal lids and 30 recipe inspiration guide
Material: ABS plastic
Speeds: 21,000 RPM single pulse
Wattage: 1000W
Dimensions: 14.9 x 14.6 x 19.8cm
Weight: 1.85kg
Warranty: 1 Year
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Hot! Cheapest its been in a while
Great blender. I got it for 84 in the last sale.
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hot!!!
great price just got one its very good, if noisy
I have had the nutribullet and the ninja IQ. I prefer the Nutri ninja IQ as you just press the button and the machine stops itself. Great price for the Ninja IQ.
Not a member have to pay the extra 5%
janlim

Not a member have to pay the extra 5%



5% surcharge is around £3. or would you rather pay the yearly membership fee?

it's £40 cheaper than other retailers.

cannot believe someone would complain about £3 when it's £40 cheaper than elsewhere.
janlim

Not a member have to pay the extra 5%



If you see a Costco stand in town, go and join, they'll put you through as trade for £20 and you can just make up a business name!
Cheaper than my nitru ninja I bought. Going to give that to my sister and buy this instead. I love deals.
Edited by: "nnenne" 3rd Sep 2015
Great, can't wait for it to arrive
nnenne

Cheaper than my nitru ninja I bought. Going to give that to my sister and … Cheaper than my nitru ninja I bought. Going to give that to my sister and buy this instead. I love deals.



are these good ?
Do they have these instore as im popping in soon so could collect ?
cruisecars

Do they have these instore as im popping in soon so could collect ?


Was loads in Watford last weekend

yes

cruisecars

Do they have these instore as im popping in soon so could collect ?


yes I saw this in store for same price about couple of weeks back
Great deal.
Didn't have it in my store near Trafford so ordered online. Any tips anybody?
This is one of those things that I just want without knowing why. Can someone advise why one should go for this over a normal blender?
Remember people: Blending and breaking down fruit into juice is *not* good for your health.
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chieftex

This is one of those things that I just want without knowing why. Can … This is one of those things that I just want without knowing why. Can someone advise why one should go for this over a normal blender?


This type of blender splits cell walls increasing bioavailability of beneficial nutrients. You may feel a health boost fairly quickly.

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Owners rate the machine and the results it can achieve highly. It's also decent value for money (even at full price) being robust, without breaking the bank. The blades are noticeably chunky. They don't break as often as cheaper machines. This will decimate ice, nuts, seeds etc as long as you put in appropriate amounts of liquid. It's proven to blend to give smoother results than popular rivals like the Nutri Bullet. You are less likely to get clumps of matter or broken seed in your drink/soup/smoothie. It's unusually easy to clean.

The two main complains are it's very noisy so be aware of that, and it may take a walk around your counter top.
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gazter

Remember people: Blending and breaking down fruit into juice is *not* … Remember people: Blending and breaking down fruit into juice is *not* good for your health.


This is not a juicer it retains the fibre. Those with a sedentary lifestyle, diabetes, fasting glucose issues etc would be advised not to consume tons of fructose.

This is absolute brilliant for 'green' smoothies containing healthy fats and carbs avocados, spinach, coconut, nuts, lettuce, cucumber etc etc you can do this and just add a little fruit as a sweetener.

Fruit also contains phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that are amazing for you and this exposes those to your intestinal tract for maximum absorbtion.

But yeah if you're a bloater drink veggie stuff and get exercising, in a few weeks as your health is in recovery and your metabolism improves you can chug down a bit more fructose without fear.
these where on offer in tesco too but not sure of the cost. best to just eat the stuff anyway.
Just checked in costco couldnt find in store.
cruisecars

are these good ?


Yes, we use it everyday.
masekwm

Was loads in Watford last weekend


Watford is my nearest store, will pop in, always end up spending way too much in there.
cruisecars

Just checked in costco couldnt find in store.



It's not in store,only online.

On another note, I bought earlier this week at £79. Whinged to customer service and got the difference credited back. Costco customer service is superb!!
JamesSmith

This is not a juicer it retains the fibre. Those with a sedentary … This is not a juicer it retains the fibre. Those with a sedentary lifestyle, diabetes, fasting glucose issues etc would be advised not to consume tons of fructose.This is absolute brilliant for 'green' smoothies containing healthy fats and carbs avocados, spinach, coconut, nuts, lettuce, cucumber etc etc you can do this and just add a little fruit as a sweetener.Fruit also contains phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that are amazing for you and this exposes those to your intestinal tract for maximum absorbtion.But yeah if you're a bloater drink veggie stuff and get exercising, in a few weeks as your health is in recovery and your metabolism improves you can chug down a bit more fructose without fear.



Does this increase your diabetes risk then? Not heard that before? But a worry as close to the target and thought this would help
Hot! I bought the normal one for £59 from Costco. Good machine too
honest_geezer

It's not in store,only online.On another note, I bought earlier this week … It's not in store,only online.On another note, I bought earlier this week at £79. Whinged to customer service and got the difference credited back. Costco customer service is superb!!



Well i checked as i was going there but just ordered online now.
JamesSmith

This type of blender splits cell walls increasing bioavailability of … This type of blender splits cell walls increasing bioavailability of beneficial nutrients. You may feel a health boost fairly quickly.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P0BEmtwnZA&feature=em-uploademailThanks OP this is just what i was looking for !Owners rate the machine and the results it can achieve highly. It's also decent value for money (even at full price) being robust, without breaking the bank. The blades are noticeably chunky. They don't break as often as cheaper machines. This will decimate ice, nuts, seeds etc as long as you put in appropriate amounts of liquid. It's proven to blend to give smoother results than popular rivals like the Nutri Bullet. You are less likely to get clumps of matter or broken seed in your drink/soup/smoothie. It's unusually easy to clean.The two main complains are it's very noisy so be aware of that, and it may take a walk around your counter top.


honest_geezer

Does this increase your diabetes risk then? Not heard that before? But a … Does this increase your diabetes risk then? Not heard that before? But a worry as close to the target and thought this would help



Christ, no dont be using this for fruit if you have diabetes. You might as well be injecting sugar direct into your veins. You would have the same issue with any high carb vegetables.

They will spike your blood sugar. There is about the same amount of sugar in a nutrabullet cucumber pint drink than there is an a pint of regular coke!

Fruits and sweeter veg you can be doubling and tripling that. Dont do it unless you are fully aware about what you are doing.
JamesSmith

This type of blender splits cell walls increasing bioavailability of … This type of blender splits cell walls increasing bioavailability of beneficial nutrients. You may feel a health boost fairly quickly.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P0BEmtwnZA&feature=em-uploademailOwners rate the machine and the results it can achieve highly. It's also decent value for money (even at full price) being robust, without breaking the bank. The blades are noticeably chunky. They don't break as often as cheaper machines. This will decimate ice, nuts, seeds etc as long as you put in appropriate amounts of liquid. It's proven to blend to give smoother results than popular rivals like the Nutri Bullet. You are less likely to get clumps of matter or broken seed in your drink/soup/smoothie. It's unusually easy to clean.The two main complains are it's very noisy so be aware of that, and it may take a walk around your counter top.



Yes, if you are a healthy fit and active person and you are maybe lacking all you need in terms of dietary nutrition this might help you. But as I said in another post, for those who think they can use these 'to eat healthy' be very careful. A couple of avocados, and pound of apples doesnt go far in one of these, and is the equivalent of a big greasy fish and chips.

Use with caution.
gazter

Yes, if you are a healthy fit and active person and you are maybe lacking … Yes, if you are a healthy fit and active person and you are maybe lacking all you need in terms of dietary nutrition this might help you. But as I said in another post, for those who think they can use these 'to eat healthy' be very careful. A couple of avocados, and pound of apples doesnt go far in one of these, and is the equivalent of a big greasy fish and chips. Use with caution.



Im sure its more healthy than a big greasy fish and chips !
gazter

Christ, no dont be using this for fruit if you have diabetes. You might … Christ, no dont be using this for fruit if you have diabetes. You might as well be injecting sugar direct into your veins. You would have the same issue with any high carb vegetables. They will spike your blood sugar. There is about the same amount of sugar in a nutrabullet cucumber pint drink than there is an a pint of regular coke!Fruits and sweeter veg you can be doubling and tripling that. Dont do it unless you are fully aware about what you are doing.




a pint of coke 60.7g of sugar
a pint of cucumber juice at most 16g of sugar with fibre.

Asides from the weird tabloid style outbursts, I do agree if you have diabetes, keep that fruit intake very low, in fact keeping all carb intake low would be a good idea. I wouldn't say don't get one of these if you have diabetes as they are good and do keep the fibres with the fruit but I would also say get yourself a blood sugar monitor so you can learn yourself what food affects you in what way.

On the deal i've voted hot by the way.
I prefer to buy in person, so I called up the Oldham warehouse and they confirmed it's a 'discontinued line'. So I bought online instead
Cheddar

I prefer to buy in person, so I called up the Oldham warehouse and they … I prefer to buy in person, so I called up the Oldham warehouse and they confirmed it's a 'discontinued line'. So I bought online instead



discontinued strange its still being sold all over the place...
DaveNoel

a pint of coke 60.7g of sugara pint of cucumber juice at most 16g of … a pint of coke 60.7g of sugara pint of cucumber juice at most 16g of sugar with fibre.Asides from the weird tabloid style outbursts, I do agree if you have diabetes, keep that fruit intake very low, in fact keeping all carb intake low would be a good idea. I wouldn't say don't get one of these if you have diabetes as they are good and do keep the fibres with the fruit but I would also say get yourself a blood sugar monitor so you can learn yourself what food affects you in what way.On the deal i've voted hot by the way.



you will get about 180/200 calories from a pint of cucumber juice, more or less what you would get from a pint of coke. The calories in the cucumber can only come from sugar/carbs.
cruisecars

Im sure its more healthy than a big greasy fish and chips !



Not really, there's a lot of roughage in fish and chips. These things are the very definition of 'empty calories'. There are a narrow set of circumstances when these things would be good.

If you have particular health problems, for example you are recovering from some kind of illness or surgery. A good way to get what you need even though your appetite is probably suppressed. Or, say you are someone into high intensity exercise, these might be great pick me ups.

It's just the assumption that people make, shoving healthy fruit and veg into these things, allowing me to over consume their nutritional content must be a 'good thing'. It is not.

It is the time it takes to prepare eat and your body process fresh fruit and veg which is as much a part of what makes it healthy as the food itself. By breaking it down, even if this claims to leave some fibre content, it means you drink far more calories and eat far more sugar than you ever would if you eat the contents without the device.

Would you really sit down and eat three to four pounds of apples? Yet thats what it would take for a large glass of apple juice.
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DaveNoel

a pint of coke 60.7g of sugara pint of cucumber juice at most 16g of … a pint of coke 60.7g of sugara pint of cucumber juice at most 16g of sugar with fibre.Asides from the weird tabloid style outbursts, I do agree if you have diabetes, keep that fruit intake very low, in fact keeping all carb intake low would be a good idea. I wouldn't say don't get one of these if you have diabetes as they are good and do keep the fibres with the fruit but I would also say get yourself a blood sugar monitor so you can learn yourself what food affects you in what way.



Sensible comments!

I would refine the advice further, by saying don't think in terms of food class eg fruit (like tomatoes) rather glycemic index. Fruits contain fibre (some more than others) and a blender DOES NOT remove the fibre. So fruits which even a zealot low carb preacher like Lustig would advocate eater, eg. an Apple, are absolutely fine in moderation in a blender like this because the fibre, and complexity of carb, prevents the fructose from hitting your liver hard.

This blender is IDEAL for someone experiencing pre-diabetes and serious about correcting their health issues. No, don't fill it full of grapes, or crisps or doughnuts.. do veer toward complex carbs, cruciferous veg, healthy fats, water heavy fruit and veg, and get moving to drive your metabolism forward. Within a few weeks you should see your insulin resistance results improve.

It is recommend for those with a family history of kidney stones to go easy on oxalate heavy veg like spinach, rocket, kale.. others should rotate them, it's also advisable to rotate goitrogens like broccoli... this encourages a varied diet anyway which is a good thing!

Please ignore any negative posters, sensible smoothie diets have been shown time and time again to improve health including heart health and diabetes.

I'm having bananas in mine.
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