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Nutribullet 600-Series 5 Piece Starter Set - £39.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Nutribullet 600-Series 5 Piece Starter Set - £39.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Aug

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Cheapest this specific set has been on Amazon according to Keepa, and £10 than it was spotted in Lidl previously.

  • HIGH SPEED BLENDER - the original and best-selling NutriBullet, loved by millions around the world.
  • POWERFUL NUTRIENT EXTRACTOR - Nutribullet's powerful 600W motor and cyclonic technology creates delicious NutriBlasts by breaking down whole vegetables, fruits and nuts for maximum nutrition extraction.
  • THE ORIGINAL AND BEST SELLING - your first step towards a healthy lifestyle, the 5-piece set includes: high torque power base, extractor blade, tall cup (680ml), pocket nutritionist and quick Start Guide with recipes.
  • QUICK AND EASY - quick, easy to use and simple to clean - just rinse under warm water.
  • HEALTHY WHOLE FOODS - great for fresh, healthy breakfasts to kick-start your morning and whole-food nutrition throughout the day.
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To call 2 leaflets/books/instruction manual part of the kit is a bit misleading.
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Wow. Amazing price. Just get one if you haven’t got one. Use my all the time.
Heat! Bought thanks
Are these much better than the breville blender that I bought for £20
Edited by: "jezzery" 17th Aug
jezzery17/08/2019 08:53

Are these much better than the breville blender that I bought for £20



I was thinking about buying the breville one too. This nutribullet has a stronger motor (600w) whereas the breville is only 300w. I decided to spend the extra - especially as I blend more than just fruits
Cheapest this specific set has been on Amazon according to Keepa, and £10 than it was spotted in Lidl previously.

What is keepa
This pic doesn't reflect the 5 piece starter set
Any other suggestions for similar blenders that are a bit cheaper? I want something with a similar design, not the ones with the sports drink bottle.
madina_amina17/08/2019 10:02

This pic doesn't reflect the 5 piece starter set


The picture on this post is for a different model. Perhaps op or a mod could change it.
Hot deal though. Ordered, thanks OP
madina_amina17/08/2019 10:02

This pic doesn't reflect the 5 piece starter set



ccw7117/08/2019 10:13

The picture on this post is for a different model. Perhaps op or a mod …The picture on this post is for a different model. Perhaps op or a mod could change it.Hot deal though. Ordered, thanks OP


My bad, just picked what pulled in automatically. Have updated now
To call 2 leaflets/books/instruction manual part of the kit is a bit misleading.
I've just looked, to me this is only 3 pieces-how can ferry include booklets haha?
Great bit of kit, best option at this price imo
Great price!
We went through 2 of the cheaper brands before getting this, and it's lasting well after 3 years of regular use.
I've got one of these. Used everyday without issue so far. Paid same price for it. Worth every penny.
jezzery17/08/2019 10:25

To call 2 leaflets/books/instruction manual part of the kit is a bit …To call 2 leaflets/books/instruction manual part of the kit is a bit misleading.


I know! They forgot the box and receipt, that's 7 pieces.

Blatantly manipulative marketing aside, what do specialist blenders like this do that general blenders don't?
I remember seeing these on shopping channels

Only £99.99.
Another appliance for the back of the kitchen cupboard.
Edited by: "davidridge1" 17th Aug
Thanks for posting OP, been after one for ages and was gong to wait until Black Friday but it's never been cheaper than this price
realised17/08/2019 09:07

I was thinking about buying the breville one too. This nutribullet has a …I was thinking about buying the breville one too. This nutribullet has a stronger motor (600w) whereas the breville is only 300w. I decided to spend the extra - especially as I blend more than just fruits


I have had the Breville for a while. Can anyone tell me the advantages of getting this one over the Breville.
jezzery17/08/2019 08:53

Are these much better than the breville blender that I bought for £20


We have both, the difference is the Nutribullet gets things close to the smoothness of a shop smoothie. The Breville you get something much less fine, especially if you are using tougher things like Kale, oats etc.

Also because the Breville bottles have a slighty hour glass shape I tend to find things stick at the top and you have to shake it or stir with a spoon.

However, the Breville is a much cleverer design what with being able to put the sports lid straight on top.

Personally I prefer the Nutribullet but if you only want to use soft fruits, spinach etc or you don't mind more lumps the Breville is fine.
EndemicAlarm17/08/2019 14:20

what do specialist blenders like this do that general blenders don't?


Refuse to come apart, in the case of my son's example. Infuriating thing!
I have both too. Now much prefer the Breville as you don't get bits into the gasket. With the nutribullet I had to remove the rubber seal after every single use, as the liquid seeps in under it! An absolute nightmare to remove and replace every single time! Have read this is normal for the nutribullet and the nutri ninja.
I have the £20 Breville. Very pleased with it. We make fruit smoothies with ice cubes and it blends the ice to smooth. Also do protein and out blends for pre gym drinks and the oats blend perfectly. If it wasn’t so easy to use and clean I think it would become a cupboard gadget but the breville stays put. Oh and a ice blended coffee is also lovely.
jezzery17/08/2019 08:53

Are these much better than the breville blender that I bought for £20


The main difference is its power so their capabilities of braking up food / nutrients extraction, slower less powerful motor will not be able to make your smoothies as smooth and it will also take much longer so more heat therefore perhaps less nutritious?
“Firstly, don’t call it a blender. Call it a “superfood nutrition extractor”. The Nutribullet claims to do what less powerful blenders cannot: break down food at the molecular level. The blades, which rotate at an impressive 10,000rpm under a powerful 600-watt motor, liquefy what other blenders cannot. The only popular blender (apologies: superfood nutrition extractor) that is more powerful is the Vitamix, which can blend an iPhone into dust with ease. At €600 this would seem like a reasonable expectation for a kitchen appliance.”;)
dominikamisia17/08/2019 15:42

The main difference is its power so their capabilities of braking up food …The main difference is its power so their capabilities of braking up food / nutrients extraction, slower less powerful motor will not be able to make your smoothies as smooth and it will also take much longer so more heat therefore perhaps less nutritious? “Firstly, don’t call it a blender. Call it a “superfood nutrition extractor”. The Nutribullet claims to do what less powerful blenders cannot: break down food at the molecular level. The blades, which rotate at an impressive 10,000rpm under a powerful 600-watt motor, liquefy what other blenders cannot. The only popular blender (apologies: superfood nutrition extractor) that is more powerful is the Vitamix, which can blend an iPhone into dust with ease. At €600 this would seem like a reasonable expectation for a kitchen appliance.”;)


Yikes, someone took the marketing blurb on the back a bit seriously, didn't they? "Superfood nutrition extractor", really, now.

@kevinyork - Some research funded by the blender industry suggests that there may be some benefit in blending fruit and veg. Independent researchers suggest there may be some benefits, and also some downsides. On balance, it really appears that blenders are a matter of personal preference over the method of consumption, and are not a "superfood nutrition extractor" which magically and finally, after some 3.5bn years of evolution, enables your body to enjoy the nutrients that are in fruit and veg. The difference between each blender, in terms of the nutrients your body will absorb from the food you feed into it at least, is approximately nil.
Thanks, ordered one, not sure why it is called a five piece set as it looks like stuff you would need anyway for it to work.
Ignore me.
Edited by: "psybear" 17th Aug
the breville one is £17.99 on amazon
Note that it's virtually impossible to procure genuine replacement blades in the UK, and blades are supposed to be replaced every 6 months as per the manufacturer instructions (ball bearings leaking oil into the food, or becoming noisy after that, or the seal gets damaged and leaks).

My Nutribullet 600 became really noisy after 7-8 months.

Official version of the blade has been OOS for 6 months: highstreettv.com/nut…tml

A lot of fake and dangerous versions of the blades sold on Amazon or eBay, but the genuine one cannot be bought anywhere in the UK...

For that reason, I moved from Nutrilbullet to Ninja, as the blade is supposed to last a long longer...
Edited by: "tomtomato" 17th Aug
Can someone post a link to the Breville one - thanks!

I had the Silver Crest one from Lidl but it leaked so we took it back, after a replacement as the kids make ice cream smoothies every day.
Get a 1000W one at Morrisons for £30. Two 600ml cups, one 300ml cup, drinking lid, blade and a powerful blender.
woldranger17/08/2019 10:12

Any other suggestions for similar blenders that are a bit cheaper? I want …Any other suggestions for similar blenders that are a bit cheaper? I want something with a similar design, not the ones with the sports drink bottle.


I love my VonShef one and it's 100v motor.
My favourite recipe is strawberries + ice + vodka = great cocktail
Has it expired? Showing as 60 unless I’m doing something wrong
Great price.Love mine best thing I've ever bought.Hot from me
chip238817/08/2019 19:43

Has it expired? Showing as 60 unless I’m doing something wrong


Yes, the lower price expired now.
dope drop and managed to pick one up
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