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Nutri Ninja Slim QB3001 Blender £39 at Currys online reduced from £99.99
Nutri Ninja Slim QB3001 Blender £39 at Currys online reduced from £99.99

Nutri Ninja Slim QB3001 Blender £39 at Currys online reduced from £99.99

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Nutri Ninja QB3001 Blender - Black/Red/Silver all reduced from £99.99 down to £39.99

Dubious about original price but a very good price for the slim version.

Online at the moment, will check tomorrow if instore as well.

Create delicious and nutritious smoothies and soups in just moments with the Ninja Nutri QB3001 Blender in black.

This 700 W blender will cut through large chunks of food easily and will even crush ice, thanks to a powerful Pro Extractor blade.

This double action blade rotates with speed and precision to ensure your creations will come out as smooth as you like, and packed full of goodness.

The QB3001 Blender comes with two cups with sip and seal lids, so you can take your beverage with you on the go, and even make one for your other half. Once finished, just pop the cups in the dishwasher.

Simple to assemble and use, the Ninja Nutri QB3001 Blender takes all the hard work out of eating healthily.

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Original price is genuine at launch though generally available for £60-75 these days but at £39, super bargain....(if you want one obviously)

Gave it a go.....Thanks

Thanks

this looks like a really good price but i bought the breville active 2 days ago for £20

Thanks OP - just reserved... Actually only £39.00

Having managed to snag one of the Nutri Ninja BL450 900W when they were on offer for just over £50 I'm not sure I could live with anything less powerful or with lower capacity than the 0.65 litres cup.

If you're looking at this as a first blender I'd carefully consider it only being 700W and 0.47 litres.

My old 300W pretty much didn't put a dent in berry seeds and the linseeds (flaxseed) I was putting in were broken up but hardly ground down into something drinkable. I learned my lesson that if you buy cheap you buy twice and the move to a 900W unit is much better. But it still doesn't work miracles. It'll happily mulch through a 200g bag of linseeds leaving it very finely ground but without a milling blade does leave some chunkier bits. Same with berry seeds, most get blended but a few bits remain.

0.47 litres would be absolutely useless for my needs but your mileage may vary. 250ml milk, 100g Greek yoghurt, 160g fruits, 40g peanut butter, 25g linseed and 25g oats is pretty much at capacity for the 0.65 litres cup on mine.

Depending how seriously you want to start making smoothies my advice is to take the hit on something more expensive, if you want seeds and fibrous greens taken care of I really think you need 900W or more and don't bother with anything in the 300W range unless the most your asking of it is bananas.

BigYoSpeck

Having managed to snag one of the Nutri Ninja BL450 900W when they were … Having managed to snag one of the Nutri Ninja BL450 900W when they were on offer for just over £50 I'm not sure I could live with anything less powerful or with lower capacity than the 0.65 litres cup.If you're looking at this as a first blender I'd carefully consider it only being 700W and 0.47 litres.My old 300W pretty much didn't put a dent in berry seeds and the linseeds (flaxseed) I was putting in were broken up but hardly ground down into something drinkable. I learned my lesson that if you buy cheap you buy twice and the move to a 900W unit is much better. But it still doesn't work miracles. It'll happily mulch through a 200g bag of linseeds leaving it very finely ground but without a milling blade does leave some chunkier bits. Same with berry seeds, most get blended but a few bits remain.0.47 litres would be absolutely useless for my needs but your mileage may vary. 250ml milk, 100g Greek yoghurt, 160g fruits, 40g peanut butter, 25g linseed and 25g oats is pretty much at capacity for the 0.65 litres cup on mine.Depending how seriously you want to start making smoothies my advice is to take the hit on something more expensive, if you want seeds and fibrous greens taken care of I really think you need 900W or more and don't bother with anything in the 300W range unless the most your asking of it is bananas.


You sound like a blender connoisseur:-)

Just but the brevelle for a lot cheaper and does the same job. Done.

HomeBase Tower VitaBlend 1200 watt for £35 homebase.co.uk/en/…003 is an option. Amazon sell it for the same price, but it`s OOS & they currently sell it through 3rd party for £61.64

sprite127594

Just but the brevelle for a lot cheaper and does the same job. Done.



If you can get up that early you don't need green smoothies

BigYoSpeck

Having managed to snag one of the Nutri Ninja BL450 900W when they were … Having managed to snag one of the Nutri Ninja BL450 900W when they were on offer for just over £50 I'm not sure I could live with anything less powerful or with lower capacity than the 0.65 litres cup.If you're looking at this as a first blender I'd carefully consider it only being 700W and 0.47 litres.My old 300W pretty much didn't put a dent in berry seeds and the linseeds (flaxseed) I was putting in were broken up but hardly ground down into something drinkable. I learned my lesson that if you buy cheap you buy twice and the move to a 900W unit is much better. But it still doesn't work miracles. It'll happily mulch through a 200g bag of linseeds leaving it very finely ground but without a milling blade does leave some chunkier bits. Same with berry seeds, most get blended but a few bits remain.0.47 litres would be absolutely useless for my needs but your mileage may vary. 250ml milk, 100g Greek yoghurt, 160g fruits, 40g peanut butter, 25g linseed and 25g oats is pretty much at capacity for the 0.65 litres cup on mine.Depending how seriously you want to start making smoothies my advice is to take the hit on something more expensive, if you want seeds and fibrous greens taken care of I really think you need 900W or more and don't bother with anything in the 300W range unless the most your asking of it is bananas.



Highly informative, doubting my reservation now but a bit unsure about the capacity.
...But I'm going to ignore good advice anyway, wouldn't be the first time

smelladeal

HomeBase Tower VitaBlend 1200 watt for £35 … HomeBase Tower VitaBlend 1200 watt for £35 http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/tower-vitablend-pro-t12020r-450003 is an option. Amazon sell it for the same price, but it`s OOS & they currently sell it through 3rd party for £61.64



This looks a good deal and on Amazon still if go to option from £34.99 plus includes 3 year warranty. Just reserved at local Homebase, cheers.

jackjones69

This looks a good deal and on Amazon still if go to option from £34.99 … This looks a good deal and on Amazon still if go to option from £34.99 plus includes 3 year warranty. Just reserved at local Homebase, cheers.



can't see anything about 3 year warranty, who's giving this warranty homebase or amazon ?

batista

can't see anything about 3 year warranty, who's giving this warranty … can't see anything about 3 year warranty, who's giving this warranty homebase or amazon ?




see it now it's on the pic of the box, btw it is only 1000w, not 1200

jackjones69

This looks a good deal and on Amazon still if go to option from £34.99 … This looks a good deal and on Amazon still if go to option from £34.99 plus includes 3 year warranty. Just reserved at local Homebase, cheers.


none in my local, was gonna go with amazon, but thats only 1000w

none in my local, was gonna go with amazon, but thats only 1000w

I think the Amazon one IS the same, there just seems to be confusion whether it`s 1200w or 1000w. Also, Homebase probably have it available for delivery, but will charge.

Are there any 1000w + blenders that are configures like an older style jug blender? I like the extra capacity but can't afford to go for a vitamix / blendtec

Cheers

I'm waiting for a 3kW version, such are my pro-level kitchen credentials...

I require one that is powered by a 21.1 Giggawatts motor. GREAT SCOTT!

Original Poster

Lol, i really think people are missing the point on this deal.

I know it's a lower capacity and watts than its bigger brothers, but it's slimness will suit small kitchens and workplaces. You can buy a bigger bottle.

Can someone confirm if the offer is instore as well ?

Mighty -Mo

Lol, i really think people are missing the point on this deal. I know … Lol, i really think people are missing the point on this deal. I know it's a lower capacity and watts than its bigger brothers, but it's slimness will suit small kitchens and workplaces. You can buy a bigger bottle. Can someone confirm if the offer is instore as well ?



You can reserve online and collect instore.

Just collected mine.
Extremely compact.
No way is £99 a genuine RRP, that is to say I would feel thoroughly shafted if paid such a price.
However at £39 it's a bargain and exactly what I was after, wouldn't feel too out of sorts paying £60 if was actually searching for one.
Takes hardly any space at all on counter, all parts dishwasher safe that come into contact with food.
It's not exactly a premium finish item but has a distinctly above bargain basement feel if you get me. Think Russell hobbs kind of thing.

Tried on a load of stuff, seems to work as expected with no bits...never tried a nutribullet though, or similar so I'm not sure if I'm supposed to get some kind of miracle smoothie or just the contents of the fruit in smoothie form...

Best I can do, would buy again.

Looking at all the comments here, just can any of the blender experts recommend the best one to get which will make approx 1 lire of smoothie in one go (ie so two people can have 0.5 of a smoothie each), and which can also be used for cocktails and even soups. Was going to get a nutribullet but have seen they are only 600W. Any advice gratefully received.

optiplex

Looking at all the comments here, just can any of the blender experts … Looking at all the comments here, just can any of the blender experts recommend the best one to get which will make approx 1 lire of smoothie in one go (ie so two people can have 0.5 of a smoothie each), and which can also be used for cocktails and even soups. Was going to get a nutribullet but have seen they are only 600W. Any advice gratefully received.



I've first hand experience with the Nutri Ninja BL450. I'm not going to say it's the best because I've no experience with others but before I bought it almost every comparison with the nutribullet came out in favour of the ninja for both how it blends and build quality.

Only comes with a 500ml and 650ml cups though I think you can buy a 900ml for it, but honestly doing 2 smoothies one after the other isn't a hassle as it takes like 10-20 seconds each to blend.

They're out of stock at currys at the moment and not as cheap as they were when currys were clearing stock a couple of weeks back elsewhere. Tesco have them for £80 but I reckon leading up to black Friday you'll find them on offer.

Had a bit more of use out of this now.

1. Smoothies are fine
2. Does great hot chocolate.
3. Mixes protein shake/powder.

Maybe the above is obvious, but the good bit is cleaning up after takes less than 10 seconds, which means it's practical to get those 2/3 things done for just one portion.

Many thanks for the helpful comments - I think I will hold out until (Black ) Friday and try my luck with the slightly more powerful one. Slightly off topic, I noticed Morrisons were selling a Nutri Bullet for £79 in store on Friday.

Excellent deal, my young daughter HATES vegetables and fruit, but we got one yesterday and she was so excited about it and said she will have a fruit/vegetable drink with her 5 a day ingredients each day so she can have something good and suggested that she has this instead of the cardboard breakfasts she has every morning. hopefully the enthusiasm will continue.
Also compared to the full size nutri ninja and nutri bullet, this wont overtake your kitchen top space, very compact design, but powerful.
Thanks OP
Edited by: "haggisheid" 23rd Nov 2015

Yes great product at a great price. I use it every day and is fantastic way to increase fresh veg intake. The speed makes it quite busy though so you may want to keep earplugs nearby.

Just ordered mine :). Have been after a health blender/extractor for a while but was put off by the price and if I'm going to actually continue using it once the novelty has worn off.

This is such a good price even if it is a lower spec to some of the other models. Some of the comments from people who have bought this model have helped though!:D

robo989

Had a bit more of use out of this now.1. Smoothies are fine2. Does great … Had a bit more of use out of this now.1. Smoothies are fine2. Does great hot chocolate.3. Mixes protein shake/powder.Maybe the above is obvious, but the good bit is cleaning up after takes less than 10 seconds, which means it's practical to get those 2/3 things done for just one portion.



​excuse my igorance but how have you made hot chocolate?

Does this blend cale and spinach well? Also what about seeds? Thanks
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