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NUTRIBULLET 600 Starter Kit - Graphite down to £30.97​ at Currys
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NUTRIBULLET 600 Starter Kit - Graphite down to £30.97​ at Currys

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Posted 16th Jul 2018

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NUTRIBULLET 600 Starter Kit - Graphite down to £30.97, save £19.02 at Currys

click and collect (pay in store) and stock still available in many stores.

I was in currys on Sunday Caerphilly store and these were in the clearance section marked at £39, but scanned through at £30.97 and available on their website

google review has this with 4.5 star over 24,727 reviews - wouldn't believe all of them, but most will have paid full or higher prices. Lots of nutribullet variations but this one is a good starter set at rock bottom pricing, others have more accessories but less power, or more than twice the price.

argos has these currently for £49.99

Product details
Brand: NutriBullet
Type: Blender
Design: Countertop Blender
Feature: Variable Speed

Easy to use, this blender features a unique Extractor Blade that spins at 20,000 RPM directly into the NutriBullet cups, letting turn your favourite vegetables, fruits, nut and seeds into nutrient-rich liquids to fuel your body and busy lifestyle. This blender comes with two dishwasher-safe cups that act as both extraction and drinking vessel.
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No stock anywhere. Really good price want one
Look onAmazon. They have 20% off warehouse deals. I picked up a ‘Like New’ 8 piece set for £32
Bl1ng16th Jul 2018

Look onAmazon. They have 20% off warehouse deals. I picked up a ‘Like New’ …Look onAmazon. They have 20% off warehouse deals. I picked up a ‘Like New’ 8 piece set for £32


Thanks will have a look. Do you know if the nutri ninja is better than this?
Don’t know for sure. I have read that the Nutri Ninja is good but this may be better. At the end of the day, I would imagine both would do a good job of smoothies. You may want to compare size though as that could be a key differentiator
Especially some stock left in Wakefield just got to be lucky

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Edited by: "squelchyl" 17th Jul 2018
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