NUTRIBULLET Graphite for £69.99 @ Argos & @ Currys
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NUTRIBULLET Graphite for £69.99 @ Argos & @ Currys

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Found 9th Oct 2015
Excellent value for money! £81 elsewhere.

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

NutriBullet completely breaks down your food, liquefying and mixing together all the essential nutrition. The NutriBullet literally pulverizes fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds, giving you all the nutrition and leaving nothing out to help give you the strength, energy and vitality for a full active life whatever age you are.

Power output 600 watts.
Plastic jug with a 0.68 litre capacity.
1 speed setting .
Ice crushing function.
Removable stainless steel blades.
Dishwasher safe parts.

38 Comments

Aw poo, I was just about to list my barely used one on Ebay.

Thank-you reserved one for my brother. I have one of these and it cost me much more, wouldn't be with-out it. Heat added

I've had mine about 6 months and can honestly say it's very well built and sturdy and blends anything with ease. I paid £100 - have some heat

will3000

Aw poo, I was just about to list my barely used one on Ebay.




How much are you willing to let go? is it really that good?

The newer Nutri Ninja Blender is good with super smooth results

craig44uk

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I thought the same so did a quick google

mirror.co.uk/new…669

We have a vitamix and it will easily make hot soup due to the energy put into the ingredients when blending, but it takes a few minutes and way longer than you would blend for making a cold drink, so this woman should take a lot of blame herself.

mike

The pictures above are probably from users with counterfeit products. By coincidence this product has just been covered on this morning's (Fri 9th Oct) "Rip off Britain". Take a look so you know what to look for.
Also Energy is neither created or destroyed, merely transferred from one form to another. Leave it blending too long and the mixture will heat up!

Edited by: "Martini" 9th Oct 2015

Is the nutrininja better than this? Both the same price

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wackojacko99

Is the nutrininja better than this? Both the same price



Ninja coming in at 59.50 at Tesco Direct (another deal posted on HUKD), I'm wondering which to get also so appreciate any advice.

TygerTyger

Ninja coming in at 59.50 at Tesco Direct (another deal posted on HUKD), … Ninja coming in at 59.50 at Tesco Direct (another deal posted on HUKD), I'm wondering which to get also so appreciate any advice.


ninja apparently

blendercorner.com/nut…ja/

IceRaptor

ninja apparentlyhttp://blendercorner.com/nutribullet-vs-ninja/



I don't think that's a reliable website. It seems to be just a marketing website that's trying to get you to buy through their Amazon links.

For £10.00 cheaper you can get 900w it's made by the same Manufacturer only the name is different and Under Nutribullet name it is sold for £129.99

amazon.co.uk/gp/…OS/
Edited by: "enihat" 9th Oct 2015

TygerTyger

Ninja coming in at 59.50 at Tesco Direct (another deal posted on HUKD), … Ninja coming in at 59.50 at Tesco Direct (another deal posted on HUKD), I'm wondering which to get also so appreciate any advice.


I remember something in the Which? magazine a while back when the ninja 1st came out saying they thought it was better than the bullet although it was cheaper, so I've been keeping an eye out for an offer on the ninja and I've gone for that one.

Bought a Salter Nutripro for only £49.99 reduced 50% from Robert Dyas, still available. It's 1000W more powerful and does the job well. What you pay for nutribullet are all the accessories - extra containers, packets of health stuff etc.

Got the Nijna with the 4 buttons and timer for £60 from Harrogate as of about 3 days ago there was still one left. Also picked up a couple of massive 900ml cups from Curry's though Ninja website also sells them.

I use the Breville blend active I bought for £20 in asda, it has now gone up, the cheapest so far is from curry for £22. I blends everything and comes as 2jugs

amazon.co.uk/Bre…W4E

Martini

Also Energy is neither created or destroyed, merely transferred from one … Also Energy is neither created or destroyed, merely transferred from one form to another. Leave it blending too long and the mixture will heat up!



That's an interesting one... but I would say:

i) The mixture wouldn't actually heat up because the energy/heat would dissipate through the container and hence warm your kitchen

ii) If there is extra resistance in the mixture then the motor would heat up considerably more than any heat generated in the content via mixing process.

choice4

I use the Breville blend active I bought for £20 in asda, it has now gone … I use the Breville blend active I bought for £20 in asda, it has now gone up, the cheapest so far is from curry for £22. I blends everything and comes as 2jugshttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Breville-Blend-Active-Personal-Blender-300/dp/B00DGLUW4E


Thanks for the heads up Choice4. I've just bought one based on your recommendation and the positive reviews. Cheers!

Shard

I thought the same so did a quick … I thought the same so did a quick googlehttp://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mum-fears-left-scarred-life-6022669


Hmmmum well you are NOT supposed to put anything hot in it, she is lying saying she did not.
Edited by: "steve2212" 9th Oct 2015

There is a new one out that can do hot mixes as well, it's not been released in the UK yet though. :-(

Shard

I thought the same so did a quick … I thought the same so did a quick googlehttp://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mum-fears-left-scarred-life-6022669



Sounds like she either put something really hot inside or left it on for an unholy amount of time for whatever inside to heat up enough to explode the jug and give her such burns!

carltonbp

Got the Nijna with the 4 buttons and timer for £60 from Harrogate as of … Got the Nijna with the 4 buttons and timer for £60 from Harrogate as of about 3 days ago there was still one left. Also picked up a couple of massive 900ml cups from Curry's though Ninja website also sells them.


Where did you buy the Ninja from? Currys? Thanks

Tommy86

Where did you buy the Ninja from? Currys? Thanks



Check here : hotukdeals.com/dea…783

I paid £81 at John Lewis a couple of weeks ago. Excellent item, I've even converted my wife

Smoking HOT at this price! Heat OP

Vitamix any day but this is a good price

TygerTyger

Check here : … Check here : http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nutri-ninja-bl450-59-50-tesco-direct-2297492?p=26166783


That's a different model. The model described by carltonbp is the IQ.

Tommy86

Where did you buy the Ninja from? Currys? Thanks


Sainsbury's, the offer was posted on here and I got my Dad to pick one up for me and he got himself one. He was in Sains a couple of days ago and there was still one left.
Edited by: "carltonbp" 9th Oct 2015

Tommy86

That's a different model. The model described by carltonbp is the IQ.


It is thanks, the 480 is mine I looked at reviews before buying, I wouldn't want the 450 as you have to hold the cup down when blending whereas 480 even has a one button programmed 1min cycle. Press, 1 min later done.

arotabi

That's an interesting one... but I would say:i) The mixture wouldn't … That's an interesting one... but I would say:i) The mixture wouldn't actually heat up because the energy/heat would dissipate through the container and hence warm your kitchen :)ii) If there is extra resistance in the mixture then the motor would heat up considerably more than any heat generated in the content via mixing process.


Agreed. The mixture would get a lot more heat from the units motor than from the mixing blades!

Does it just liquify everything or you can you use it to chop up things into smaller pieces like cucumber/tomatoes/etc?

John Lewis have price matched (includes all colours and a 2 year guarantee).
johnlewis.com/nut…rey

antalismy

Bought a Salter Nutripro for only £49.99 reduced 50% from Robert Dyas, … Bought a Salter Nutripro for only £49.99 reduced 50% from Robert Dyas, still available. It's 1000W more powerful and does the job well. What you pay for nutribullet are all the accessories - extra containers, packets of health stuff etc.



Gave that one a shot. Cheers.

Just been and collected mine. Thanks!

hey all.. now today ive been deliberating over all of these. i prefer the ninja over the bullet, but i need in excess of 700ml really and the extra cups cost a fortune (for what they are), so i looked at the robert dyas one, the salter nutripro, and not only is it 1000w, and half price at £50, it comes with 1l and 2x800ml cups as standard.... so im swinging in favour of that one atm...

but one thing that hasnt been addressed in any of the descriptions is 'noise'. at the moment im using a blender.. old skool.. and its REALLY noisy.. so much so that i have to do my blends the afternoon before i want them, because if i miss this window, i wont be able to do them in the morning.. i swear it must be getting on for 70db's!!!!

can anyone that has either the salter, or the ninja give me an indication of the noise of the units, and if you wouldnt mind 'replying' to my comment so that i get notified of it, that would really help :-) thanks folks

Dave

FTOdude170

hey all.. now today ive been deliberating over all of these. i prefer the … hey all.. now today ive been deliberating over all of these. i prefer the ninja over the bullet, but i need in excess of 700ml really and the extra cups cost a fortune (for what they are), so i looked at the robert dyas one, the salter nutripro, and not only is it 1000w, and half price at £50, it comes with 1l and 2x800ml cups as standard.... so im swinging in favour of that one atm... but one thing that hasnt been addressed in any of the descriptions is 'noise'. at the moment im using a blender.. old skool.. and its REALLY noisy.. so much so that i have to do my blends the afternoon before i want them, because if i miss this window, i wont be able to do them in the morning.. i swear it must be getting on for 70db's!!!!can anyone that has either the salter, or the ninja give me an indication of the noise of the units, and if you wouldnt mind 'replying' to my comment so that i get notified of it, that would really help :-) thanks folksDave



Hi Dave

Have the Nijna and have used a few times now. Was worried about the noise but was pleasantly surprised that it's not an issue at all ... either that or I've got cloth ears

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