NutriBullet 600 BLUE reduced today again - £34 @ Tesco Direct
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NutriBullet 600 BLUE reduced today again - £34 @ Tesco Direct

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The NutriBullet 600 Series 8-piece juicer blender breaks down the toughest of nuts, seeds, ice, fruit and veg for the ultimate health kick. A powerful 600W motor with cutting-edge cyclonic technology extracts only the healthiest nutrients from your selected ingredients. The NutriBullet comes in a unique royal blue finish that’s exclusive to Tesco.

  • NutriBullet 600 Series 8-piece juicer blender in royal blue
  • 600W motor with cyclonic technology
  • 20,000rpm turbo extractor blade speed




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Great price, I paid nearly twice that and I thought I got a bargain back then! Well worth the £34
UltimatePhoenix31 m ago

And that's what you can put into smoothies, fruits, veg, nuts, seeds!!Dont …And that's what you can put into smoothies, fruits, veg, nuts, seeds!!Dont know many people getting fat from eating alot of fruit!!!You chunky monkey



Actually fruit juice is very bad for you.

Consuming fruit in its solid form restricts your intake. You couldn't for example easily eat 15 oranges, but a glass of fruit juice could contain the sugar from that many oranges.

The difference with these "nutri" blenders (or equivalent) is you can leave the fibre and pulp in as well. So it should be akin to consuming the whole orange and restrict your intake. But even still I created a 500ml orange juice from 5 oranges. I only removed the skin and pips as one would if eating the oranges (pips can be dangerous from many fruits, so be careful blending them). I would have found it extremely hard eating those 5 oranges, but could have drunk the resultant smoothie more easily (not as easily as conventional orange juice mind).

Unfortunately the 5 a day message has been completely misunderstood by many and probably should be revised. It should say 4 Veg and 1 Fruit a day.

Where these blenders do come into their own is facilitating the intake of veg which I find unpalatable and very difficult to eat the healthy amount. I make green smoothies with water as a base, add 80% Veg (Kale, Spinach, Stem on Broccoli, etc), then add 20% fruit (A handful of Blueberries, maybe a strawberry, etc and either an Apple or Pear as a base). In this form I have no problem consuming the veg. In fact I can drink a pure green smoothie without any fruit as my palette tolerates bitter/tangy drinks without sweetness. But my rule of thumb is if its healthy for me to eat it without blending, then its healthy for me to eat it blended. And a small amount of varied fruit in your daily diet is universally accepted as healthy (particularly things like blueberries rich in anti-oxidants and apples/pears which have a lower sugar/fibre ratio).

I'm not a health food zealot. I've just reached that age where I need to pay more attention to what I eat and years of poor diet has corrupted my palette/habits. So I use the smoothies to up my veg intake and also to fill me up limiting my intake of other less healthy food. But aside from porridge everyday, I don't worry too much about the rest of my diet.

I got the Sage Boss to Go as in summer I plan to use ice in the mix and the Which reviews gave it the best rating for dealing with ice. As others have said power isn't everything. Quality of the blade makes a difference. As does overall design of container and blade (the ingredients need to evenly pass through the blade, if some are pushed to the extremities of the utensil they may not be blended evenly). But largely this only matters if you intend to blend hard ingredients (ice being the worst) or can only tolerate a very smooth blend.

Hope this helps.
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Great price, I paid nearly twice that and I thought I got a bargain back then! Well worth the £34
great price!!!
Ordered
ordered one, cheers OP.
Ordered. Thanks OP!
Ordered, thanks! Oh and the local fruit and veg place thanks you as well for the extra business
Bigfootpete14 m ago

Ordered, thanks! Oh and the local fruit and veg place thanks you as well …Ordered, thanks! Oh and the local fruit and veg place thanks you as well for the extra business



Impressive - you have a local fruit & veg place!
Ordered thanks!!
Had my eye on it for a while. Worth the wait at this price
Incredible price! Ordered.
My local Fruit and Veg place is called Tesco :-(
C'mon amazon price match don't let me dow
Heat added. Just ordered & it also gave me £1.50 off in club card vouchers Considering I don't even have a club card that's a result & a half
Ordered didn't realise I had £7 vouchers so used that too
Great price! Thanks for sharing!
There is the 1200W Russel hobs one for £17 on Amazon too.... Bought mine a few days ago and that's dope!

Edit: it's Morphy Richards, and £26 now
hotukdeals.com/dea…078
Edited by: "NotTayyeb" 5th Apr
NotTayyeb32 m ago

There is the 1200W Russel hobs one for £17 on Amazon too.... Bought mine a …There is the 1200W Russel hobs one for £17 on Amazon too.... Bought mine a few days ago and that's dope!


link?
not the most neutral of colours but it will do for that price cheers
Southside69140 m ago

link?


Oops, it was Morphy Richards and deals expired now. But still, it's a cheaper unit with twice the power of the nutribullet, and 2 year warranty. It totally annihilated a pineapple and banana when I tried it.

hotukdeals.com/dea…078
Does anyone else find the lids are very hard to get off? Any tips
NotTayyeb2 h, 35 m ago

There is the 1200W Russel hobs one for £17 on Amazon too.... Bought mine a …There is the 1200W Russel hobs one for £17 on Amazon too.... Bought mine a few days ago and that's dope!Edit: it's Morphy Richards, and £26 nowhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-morphy-richards-nutrition-express-blender-403049-1619-for-prime-2094-for-non-prime-2920078


I bought that one too, was delivered today and im very impressed. Can’t understand why everyone’s going crazy for this one when it’s half the power and double the price. People are crazy
howarth38 m ago

I bought that one too, was delivered today and im very impressed. Can’t u …I bought that one too, was delivered today and im very impressed. Can’t understand why everyone’s going crazy for this one when it’s half the power and double the price. People are crazy



Believe it or not... It's not all about wattage, but good to hear the one you have is good
gb199910 m ago

Believe it or not... It's not all about wattage, but good to hear the one …Believe it or not... It's not all about wattage, but good to hear the one you have is good


It's not all about wattage, no, but wattage makes a huge difference.
gb199914 m ago

Believe it or not... It's not all about wattage, but good to hear the one …Believe it or not... It's not all about wattage, but good to hear the one you have is good


It’s a blender. It’s only job is to blend things. The higher the wattage the more power going to the blades. The more power going to the blades the quicker and easier it blends things. Course it’s all about the wattage
Bought mine to make smoothies, but found it makes great sauces for curry etc.
Big handful of spinach leaves, carton of tomatoes, piece of ginger and/or turmeric, an onion, a chilli and spices, and blend.
Edited by: "saltandpepper" 5th Apr
howarth315 m ago

It’s a blender. It’s only job is to blend things. The higher the wattage th …It’s a blender. It’s only job is to blend things. The higher the wattage the more power going to the blades. The more power going to the blades the quicker and easier it blends things. Course it’s all about the wattage



Sheesh... So you'd rather a poorly and cheaply made blender with a higher wattage than a well made one with a lower wattage would you?? I'm not saying this is better than the one you have as I'm in no position to judge, but I do know 600w is plenty for blending fruit and veg, particularly in a well made device like this one
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howarth353 m ago

I bought that one too, was delivered today and im very impressed. Can’t u …I bought that one too, was delivered today and im very impressed. Can’t understand why everyone’s going crazy for this one when it’s half the power and double the price. People are crazy


Half the power and double the price?
Picked one up. Thanks op
deleted13620565th Apr

Half the power and double the price?

That’s correct
Have they fixed the bugs ?
Smooooooooth, what a great deal, available in store near me as well, cheers.
was going to get one for my mum when it was just under 50 but didnt. glad i waited. ordered. thanks. haveth some heateth.
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howarth33 h, 57 m ago

That’s correct


My bad, your right, its been a long day.
Wanted one of these for a while. Great price, great reviews, got £4 off in vouchers. Heat added.
I have one of this. The Deluxe one from Argos. Cost me almost 3 times the price of this. I know

It's ok with very soft stuff or to grind rock salt and peppercorns or make milkshakes. Absolutely rubbish for stuff like carrots or onions. Leaves chunks instead of a uniform puree.
I think it's how the plastic container is shaped and the fact that the blades aren't that sharp. Stuff clogs the blades and they stop moving with certain things and you have to give it a shake to make it start working properly again. The bullet shape is supposed to help, I thought

I guess if you use it just to blend fruit for smoothies it will be fine. I expected a bit more for £80.
Edited by: "hearts22" 6th Apr
hearts225 h, 45 m ago

I have one of this. The Deluxe one from Argos. Cost me almost 3 times the …I have one of this. The Deluxe one from Argos. Cost me almost 3 times the price of this. I know It's ok with very soft stuff or to grind rock salt and peppercorns or make milkshakes. Absolutely rubbish for stuff like carrots or onions. Leaves chunks instead of a uniform puree. I think it's how the plastic container is shaped and the fact that the blades aren't that sharp. Stuff clogs the blades and they stop moving with certain things and you have to give it a shake to make it start working properly again. The bullet shape is supposed to help, I thought I guess if you use it just to blend fruit for smoothies it will be fine. I expected a bit more for £80.


Sounds like you have a defective unit tbh, or you’re using the milling blade. Mine cuts carrots and harder things with ease.
Thanks
NotTayyeb5th Apr

Oops, it was Morphy Richards and deals expired now. But still, it's a …Oops, it was Morphy Richards and deals expired now. But still, it's a cheaper unit with twice the power of the nutribullet, and 2 year warranty. It totally annihilated a pineapple and banana when I tried it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-morphy-richards-nutrition-express-blender-403049-1619-for-prime-2094-for-non-prime-2920078


Can it handle ice?
If anyone's all about the wattage, I can definitely recommend the bl480 nutri ninja.
£49 from nutri ninja website or their eBay site - and have it delivered to an Argos.
1000w, had no issues with my smoothie this morning with a handful of almonds, frozen spinach and various frozen fruits.
saltandpepper5th Apr

Bought mine to make smoothies, but found it makes great sauces for curry …Bought mine to make smoothies, but found it makes great sauces for curry etc.Big handful of spinach leaves, carton of tomatoes, piece of ginger and/or turmeric, an onion, a chilli and spices, and blend.


Do you add water? Any paste? I need to try something like this
snoopy187th Apr

Do you add water? Any paste? I need to try something like this


I add just a little water, I like my sauce reasonably thick. There is juice in the tomatoes, so blend it without extra water, and then add a little if required. As blended fine, doesn't need cooking long, so don't loose much to boiling off.
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