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Nutribullet £102.95 (£72.95 inc. p&p with credit account) @ Very
Nutribullet £102.95 (£72.95 inc. p&p with credit account)  @ Very

Nutribullet £102.95 (£72.95 inc. p&p with credit account) @ Very

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I'm sure a few will have already clocked on to this, if you're a new customer at Very and open a credit account you can get £30 off your first order over £60 using code 4KMY4
With the Nutribullet being listed at £99 that brings it to £69 or £72.95 including p&p

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not sure why this is being voted cold, its a superb price for a quality appliance that actually works. heat added

The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!

Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!

COLD

NYLONZ

The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!Idiots … The Hinari Genie is exactly the same thing but cost £20 in Asda!Idiots are paying an extra £80 for these to cover 'Nutribullett's' marketing spin & TV ads!COLD


They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard.
When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet.
They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for.
If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them

seen a better offer this morning on hukd for about 80quid

Original Poster

This costs £72.95..."about 80 quid" is about £7 more expensive? :\

Stick to a juicer. This just makes a thick sludge

Nutribullet £79.95 @ Argos

This is the best thing ever invented hot from me

Waterboy8535

They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the … They DON'T do exactly the same thing at all. I've got both. I bought the Hinari first to see if making smoothies would just be a passing phase and didn't want to risk lots of money only to use it twice then stick it in a cupboard. When I realised I liked the idea and regularly making at least one a day, I then bought a Nutribullet. They both blend, but the Nutribullet blends quicker, and the results are silky smooth whereas the Hinari would still feel slightly lumpy no matter how long a blended for. If your worried about cost then do what I did and buy a cheap alternative first, then move on to this if you like making them



Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!

We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.

Both do exactly the same job.

They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine.

Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!

NYLONZ

Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!We too have had both - used them side by side for … Sorry but YOU ARE WRONG!We too have had both - used them side by side for a week & then sent the NutriBullett Back.Both do exactly the same job.They are both manufactured by the same Company & the accessories all fit each machine. Looks like you've been taken in by the marketing!



You don't know what your talking about pal.

ikskwizituk

You don't know what your talking about pal.



& you do?

NYLONZ

& you do?



Yes, now move along.

ikskwizituk

Yes, now move along.



You're not the Boss of Me - Chump!

Heat. Don't understand the cold voting.
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