Nutribullet 600 blender/juicer blue from Tesco (8 piece set) - click and collect £39 @ Tesco
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Nutribullet 600 blender/juicer blue from Tesco (8 piece set) - click and collect £39 @ Tesco

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Found 2nd Feb
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Nutribullet 600 blender blue now down to £39 (graphite back to £59) - free c+c

8-piece juicer blender comes complete with a high torque power base, 1x extractor blade, 1x tall cup (680ml), 1x short cup (511ml), 1x handled comfort lip ring, 1x stay-fresh lid, a user manual with recipes and a Pocket Nutritionist.
Cheapest I've seen these!

I used my clubcard vouchers that have just been added, so i got mine quite a bit cheaper.

Saw quite a few instore in Tesco, Goodmayes for those that don't want to click and collect.
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That's an excellent price @bellotsa . Thanks for posting.
Original Poster
You're very welcome.

There was an offer for £5 off electricals that im sure expired yesterday (over £20 spend). Unfortunately i missed that as i didn't decide to buy one until today.

On the upside, i had £7.50 clubcard vouchers to put towards it, so i mustn't grumble 😊
which is better this Tesco one or below Russel Hobbs 3 in 1. (excluding price difference?)

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Already posted yesterday
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davieshotspurs18 m ago

Already posted yesterday


Hi @davieshotspurs

Yesterdays' was posted at a different price using a voucher code which has now expired. This deal is therefore not a duplicate
Good price!
NutriNinja IQ (in certain colours) is £11 more on Amazon. Much more powerful than this if you need that. Good price for this though.
I bought the Nutri Ninja 1000 off amazon for £50. Much better and way more powerful, brilliant reviews
Wasn't it £35 yesterday?
Norseg39 m ago

Wasn't it £35 yesterday?


Yes it was. Pull the time machine out of the garage and go get it!
commandante19 h, 41 m ago

I bought the Nutri Ninja 1000 off amazon for £50. Much better and way more …I bought the Nutri Ninja 1000 off amazon for £50. Much better and way more powerful, brilliant reviews


You still got ripped off. All these things are, are high powered blenders which can be purchased much cheaper without the brand name on them. There is literally nothing special about them apart from their motors being a bit more powerful.
Just remember the class action against these which require you to push the clear container down for the machine to start. In some cases the container has shattered and the persons hand has ended up in contact with the blades with dreadful consequences.

There are other safer machines around, this one is best avoided.
OOS now
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Its back!
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Save £5 on £35 spend with code TDX-KH7H
bellotsa9th Feb

Its back!.... Save £5 on £35 spend with code TDX-KH7H


Coupon no longer valid
Thoughtful3rd Feb

Just remember the class action against these which require you to push the …Just remember the class action against these which require you to push the clear container down for the machine to start. In some cases the container has shattered and the persons hand has ended up in contact with the blades with dreadful consequences.There are other safer machines around, this one is best avoided.


That sounds like a pretty serious design flaw
Why would you spend 50 quid on something so unnatural

Unless you've no teeth

?
Thanks for this! My last one finally ceased after 3 years as I used it at least 5 times a week excellent value for money. I use it to make soups as well, although it struggles a little with frozen fruit ( just leave to thaw a little now) I could get the 900w reduced to £45 from Debenhams but prefer this size overall...
cossy33rd Feb

You still got ripped off. All these things are, are high powered blenders …You still got ripped off. All these things are, are high powered blenders which can be purchased much cheaper without the brand name on them. There is literally nothing special about them apart from their motors being a bit more powerful.


Yes it's a high powered blender but that is what you need for smoothie making, a cheaper lower lower powered blender will not give good results just like a road sweeper will not move the snow.
Thoughtful3rd Feb

Just remember the class action against these which require you to push the …Just remember the class action against these which require you to push the clear container down for the machine to start. In some cases the container has shattered and the persons hand has ended up in contact with the blades with dreadful consequences.There are other safer machines around, this one is best avoided.


Show us the proof of this statement, or did you make it up?
soldierboy0011 h, 13 m ago

Yes it's a high powered blender but that is what you need for smoothie …Yes it's a high powered blender but that is what you need for smoothie making, a cheaper lower lower powered blender will not give good results just like a road sweeper will not move the snow. Show us the proof of this statement, or did you make it up?


Stop talking bollo cks. I already said you can get more powerful blenders at a cheaper price than the Nutribullet. You're just paying for the brand name.
soldierboy00112 h, 58 m ago

Yes it's a high powered blender but that is what you need for smoothie …Yes it's a high powered blender but that is what you need for smoothie making, a cheaper lower lower powered blender will not give good results just like a road sweeper will not move the snow. Show us the proof of this statement, or did you make it up?


For goodness sake! Are you incapable of using the internet yourself? Try using this webpage called 'google' and then typing in nutribullet and class action to see for yourself instead of wasting everyones time with snide comments !
Thoughtful5 h, 46 m ago

For goodness sake! Are you incapable of using the internet yourself? Try …For goodness sake! Are you incapable of using the internet yourself? Try using this webpage called 'google' and then typing in nutribullet and class action to see for yourself instead of wasting everyones time with snide comments !


Yes and if people don't read and obey the instructions for use how is the product defective. e.g. one person got burnt using hot liquids when the instruction clearly stat never use hot liquids, people putting ice in when the instructions say never use ice cubes and the item being left unattended when it clearly states never leave unattended and not to run for more than 60 seconds.
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