Nutribullet (12 piece set with recipe book) £84.99 (RRP £100) delivered @ Robert Dyas
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Nutribullet (12 piece set with recipe book) £84.99 (RRP £100) delivered @ Robert Dyas

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Found 4th Jul 2014
The website has this for £99.99, use code FREENEXTDAY first for free next delivery or FREEDEL50 for standard. Then enter JULY15 for 15% off, thanks to Lisagrosvenor for posting this in vouchers It says only one code accepted but I managed to stack both and went through fine. Just make sure you do the delivery code first. It's not often you can get a deal on a nutribullet, so if you are after one grab it before they realise about the code stack.

I know this is expensive for a blender but hopefully this deal will help out some who have been after one of these but not wanting to part with £100.

I have this and the normal magic bullet (the cheapy £20 one) plus various other blenders and the difference is quite considerable. The nutribullet makes something pleasurable to drink whilst the magicbullet leaves pulp and an unpleasant texture. The nutribullet blends ice and frozen fruit with ease.

The nutribullet has a 600w motor if that helps people gauge the power

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Aldi do the same item badged up for them for £24.99 I got one when they were reduced to £12.99 with 3 year warranty. The aldi one is really good.

£20 hinari from asda

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damo1972

Aldi do the same item badged up for them for £24.99 I got one when they … Aldi do the same item badged up for them for £24.99 I got one when they were reduced to £12.99 with 3 year warranty. The aldi one is really good.



My friend has this one and it's not the same as the Nutribullet but it is the same as the Hinari magic bullet.

Whilst it is good for sauces etc it definitely does not do the same job with frozen fruit and ice to the same texture as the Nutribullet The price tag is heavy but the juices taste like juices and not like a gunky juice.

I know it's not for everyone but it's a good price for the actual Nutribullet. Not a lesser 300w version.

Have owned one of these for a year, its not in the same league as the £25< ones, much more powerful and better build quality! wont break/leak after a few months!

Great price

The Nutribullet is far better than the Hinari and this is a great deal.

Love my nutribullet! Great price

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Mujibear

My friend has this one and it's not the same as the Nutribullet but it is … My friend has this one and it's not the same as the Nutribullet but it is the same as the Hinari magic bullet. Whilst it is good for sauces etc it definitely does not do the same job with frozen fruit and ice to the same texture as the Nutribullet The price tag is heavy but the juices taste like juices and not like a gunky juice. I know it's not for everyone but it's a good price for the actual Nutribullet. Not a lesser 300w version.

my aldi one is 600w

Surprised this is cold!!!

Are we not voting whether this "Nutribullet" is a deal? Not whether it is a Hinari or Aldi? Voted hot as for this product it is a good price.

Nice bit for kit, buying a 2nd as a spare or a pressy for someone. Highly recommended.

Err. Apparently you can only use one voucher at a time. So delivery is £4.99 minimum!

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mailmikey

Err. Apparently you can only use one voucher at a time. So delivery is … Err. Apparently you can only use one voucher at a time. So delivery is £4.99 minimum!



Enter in the free delivery code first, followed by the 15% discount I just tried and it is still letting me add the 2 codes.

I have 1 of these, best blender I have bought

these are great for making potato smoothies

july 15 doesn't work but afw10 does

Thanks, AFW10 worked and Free delivery code so £89.99 delivered.

Both are working for me too

Possible 5% Quidco too?
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