Nutribullet £69.95 @ John Lewis
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Nutribullet £69.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 28th Nov 2014
Was £85 but now down to £69.95.

Includes 2 year guarantee.

Free delivery or click and collect.


Offer ends midnight Black Friday (28 November 2014), More than 10 in stock as of 04:12 PM GMT
- FlexR

147 Comments

Good deal, heat added.

Been looking for this for the last few days and didn't want to spend more than £70 on a blender so very happy you have found this deal, thank you!

Best price I've seen it.

great find! Shame it isn't in red, but still awesome find.

Solid Deal.. I've never seen this item that cheap.

Wow that is the best price this is going to be for a very long time! Hot Hot Hot!!!

Best price it's ever been!

5nowman

Solid Deal.. I've never seen this item that cheap.



snap! never seen it this cheap before, was about to pay £99. hot deal

Damn, I'm biting the bullet at this price.

Sorry, it had to be said.

I've heard a lot about these, but what exactly makes them so special compared to, say, the Breville one on Amazon for £20-£30?

Brilliant deal, iv been watching this item for months now!! Thanks

herrbz

I've heard a lot about these, but what exactly makes them so special … I've heard a lot about these, but what exactly makes them so special compared to, say, the Breville one on Amazon for £20-£30?



Marketing.

nublets2k

Marketing.



I thought it might be. My friend kept going on about it and telling me to buy it, then I saw the price. So I just got the Breville one on Amazon, seems to do the job fine for me. Unless you need all the different attachments, I'm not seeing the appeal. Maybe better blades/motor? It's probably more reliable than others too...

Been waiting for this at a decent price, just ordered thanks.

5starslfc

Good deal, heat added.

it is? blender does same job

Bargain, best price on-line that I've found, free delivery too, thank you very much!

herrbz

I've heard a lot about these, but what exactly makes them so special … I've heard a lot about these, but what exactly makes them so special compared to, say, the Breville one on Amazon for £20-£30?



Dont hesitate on buying this, especially at this price. Nothing to do with marketing just fantastic machines. I would really love a vitamix though!

amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_3?qid=1417142209&sr=1-3π=AC_SX200_QL40

Isn't this the same product just re-branded

minus222

Dont hesitate on buying this, especially at this price. Nothing to do … Dont hesitate on buying this, especially at this price. Nothing to do with marketing just fantastic machines. I would really love a vitamix though!



But what exactly makes them so special? Just curious, would be good to hear from someone who owns one so I can decide

it can grind down nuts and seeds to a fine powder, and you can put things like kale straight in and it's very smooth to drink. highly recommended at this price.

Another gadget to find its way to the back of the cupboard within weeks

herrbz

But what exactly makes them so special? Just curious, would be good to … But what exactly makes them so special? Just curious, would be good to hear from someone who owns one so I can decide



They do an infomercial every night on tv late on. As has already been said, it macerates even seeds and very fibrous vegetables completely. I don't know of a blender that would blitz up flax seeds for example, but the nutribullet does. It has a much more powerful motor than the drinks blenders and better blades. My sister got one last christmas and the difference with the drinks produced from a nutribullet or from a blender or smoothie maker is night and day. There is just NO wasted roughage or fibre with the nutribullet. I found this video on youtube from one of those healthy gym guy types and you can see quite well the difference, though he's not testing it with seeds, nuts, kale etc. But even so you can see how much faster and more effective the nutribullet is.

youtube.com/wat…9Xc
Edited by: "therealslimkaty" 28th Nov 2014

ordered, loads of demos on Ideal World, 4.7/5 on over 600 reviews

idealworld.tv/Nut…spx?fh_location=//idealworld/en_gb/categories@lt;{1001}/categories@lt;{8010}/brand_iw@gt;{nutri20bullet}

Thanks. Ordered and heat

Great deal. Another order and heat added

steel of a deal, I thought the previous Curry's one was cheap - ordered thanks!

Can this grind grains?

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chopspops

it can grind down nuts and seeds to a fine powder, and you can put things … it can grind down nuts and seeds to a fine powder, and you can put things like kale straight in and it's very smooth to drink. highly recommended at this price.



Now that is totally wrong information. You need either a Blendtec or a Vitamix to do those.

mattkeane82Nov 28, 2014
amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_3?qid=1417142209&sr=1-3π=AC_SX200_QL40

Isn't this the same product just re-branded


The one you posted has a 240W motor and the nutribullet has 600W.
Your paying for the power which in a blender is quite important.

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scottyjim

it is? blender does same job

a Hyundai does the same job as a bmw, but why does everyone not all drive a hyundai ?

Bought one a couple of months ago - one of my life's best buys. I have a healthy smoothie at least once a day and my skin is so much better, I don't need junk food (used to eat loads), have more energy and no bloating! I would recommend this to everyone. So quick and easy to use and clean. No longer to use and clean than it takes to boil a kettle. Excellent price for this gadget.

Anyone having trouble at the website checkout pages?

JarrodWRX

Comment a Hyundai does the same job as a bmw, but why does everyone not … Comment a Hyundai does the same job as a bmw, but why does everyone not all drive a hyundai ?



They've got more money than sense?


(Actually, a car is a little mre complicated than a blender! )

stradle

Anyone having trouble at the website checkout pages?



Yes me

If I knew what it was I may take a shot at it.

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ellzo

mattkeane82Nov 28, … mattkeane82Nov 28, 2014http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B000GG4MCU/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?qid=1417142209&sr=1-3&pi=AC_SX200_QL40Isn't this the same product just re-brandedThe one you posted has a 240W motor and the nutribullet has 600W.Your paying for the power which in a blender is quite important.



Where did you get the info it was 240w motor? Just curious

I finally called and ordered. It's still in stock

Our intestines have millions of years of evolution behind them to break down and absorb food, why do we need to pay for a premium blender to do it?

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rootbeer

CommentNow that is totally wrong information. You need either a Blendtec … CommentNow that is totally wrong information. You need either a Blendtec or a Vitamix to do those.



It is not wrong information. There is a mill blade which turns nuts and seeds, oats etc into a ultra fine powder.

quartpint

Bought one a couple of months ago - one of my life's best buys. I have a … Bought one a couple of months ago - one of my life's best buys. I have a healthy smoothie at least once a day and my skin is so much better, I don't need junk food (used to eat loads), have more energy and no bloating! I would recommend this to everyone. So quick and easy to use and clean. No longer to use and clean than it takes to boil a kettle. Excellent price for this gadget.



what kinda smoothies do you make? I need to stop junk food lol.. some inspiration would be cool!
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