Nutribullet - Grey (20% off in Argos) - £79.99
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Nutribullet - Grey (20% off in Argos) - £79.99

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Found 1st Jan 2015
Almost reserved this last night and glad I waitied until thismorning.

Down 20% to £79.99

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I've been procrastinating over one of these for a while. still a lot of money but I think I'll bite the bullet. cheers.

Top deal - reserved. Massive thanks OP :-)

i paid 99 couple of months back and well worth the money

Well worth the purchase.

Definitely worth it, I got it on a Black Friday deal for £70, so this is the closest price to that seen. I would not hesitate buying another one instantly if it needed replacing at any point

same price at costco

Great price
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Are these really worth that sort of money?

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scallygally

Are these really worth that sort of money?



I'll find out when I pick mine up later however the more I read the more I am convinced they are.

I eat almost no fruit or veg and I'm hoping this is going to give my health a kick start. I can now have 'breakfast' whilst on the move.

scallygally

Are these really worth that sort of money?


Yes.
I was sceptical to begin because of the cost but now having used it every day I am really pleased with it.
Much better than cheaper ones.

100x better than the breville one. Really happy with it. Worth the extra money.

scallygally

Are these really worth that sort of money?



That's what's prevented me from buying one. Not saying they're not worth it (never tried one) but to me, my money could be better spent elsewhere.

Same price in home base

scallygally

Are these really worth that sort of money?



Yes - if you wnt all your nutrients and vitamins without gagging then this is for you. You can chuck in pretty much any fruit and/or veg and it will come out nice.

Oooo a gadget I am interested but am I right in thinking as I have a magimix I don't need this?

Very pleased with mine too. So easy to clean in comparison to smoothie makers etc and do the same job. I feel much healthier for it too

rugbymike

Very pleased with mine too. So easy to clean in comparison to smoothie … Very pleased with mine too. So easy to clean in comparison to smoothie makers etc and do the same job. I feel much healthier for it too



make sure u clean under the rubber seal people. a bit fiddly to remove but it does get food particles under it

I spent £150 on the one with a bit more power and use it at least once a day, don't regret it at all

wackojacko99

Same price in home base


In this instore only?

I have the nutri ninja and my mum has the nutri bullet - they are both worth the money 100%!

I got one last week. Amazing thing. I can't eat fruit, but as a smoothie I don't mind it. Does a great job and there is NO cleaning of the machine, just the cup you make it in

lovefannywang

I got one last week. Amazing thing. I can't eat fruit, but as a smoothie … I got one last week. Amazing thing. I can't eat fruit, but as a smoothie I don't mind it. Does a great job and there is NO cleaning of the machine, just the cup you make it in



Does the cup go in a dishwasher?

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ministrymason

100x better than the breville one. Really happy with it. Worth the extra … 100x better than the breville one. Really happy with it. Worth the extra money.



Which breville one? The blend active?

For anyone who hasn't bought one, it might be worth checking out Sainsburys as they had a generic version on sale for £19.99. It looked extremely similar to the nutribullet...

I was very wary due to price but I have to say this is one of the best gadgets I have bought and I actually use it. I find that a daily blast of healthy fruit and veg actually improves my concentration and feeling of well being.

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yorkshireboy

I'll find out when I pick mine up later however the more I read the more … I'll find out when I pick mine up later however the more I read the more I am convinced they are.I eat almost no fruit or veg and I'm hoping this is going to give my health a kick start. I can now have 'breakfast' whilst on the move.



"good luck"

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blehpunk

I spent £150 on the one with a bit more power and use it at least once a … I spent £150 on the one with a bit more power and use it at least once a day, don't regret it at all



does it crush ice?

Or....................
Use the £79.99 to buy fruit and veg over the next year, and eat it as nature intended.
Works wonders!
Edited by: "herby247" 1st Jan 2015

Was the homebase one priced at 79.99 or is that the price after their 20% off everything. As to the Sainsbury's and others that look like the nutribullet (600w) they are based on the less powerful magicbullett (250w).

can anyone recommend a decent site or book for recipes for the nutribullet? I ordered one from homebase for delivery tomorrow and am itching to try it out!

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herby247

Or....................Use the £79.99 to buy fruit and veg over the next … Or....................Use the £79.99 to buy fruit and veg over the next year, and eat it as nature intended.Works wonders!



But I dont enjoy eating most fruit & veg (beleive me I wish I did) This is a way to get it into my system and still get the benefits.

I'm going to be using 80% frozen fruit in mine. So I wont get the hit and miss qaulity of the frsh produce I experience when I do venture into eating a bit. It will also make it easier and provide a fresh cool drink.



Reserved thanks.

This is ridiculously over priced for what it is - for people with the mindset that if they spend more money it will do you more good
Buy an active blender, save £65 and be less of a mug
hotukdeals.com/dea…752

I have tried both and have to say the active blender does the same job, sure the motor is half the power but it blends everything I throw at it

mascot99

CommentWhich breville one? The blend active?



Yes. I bought that first in case I didn't use it. The breville one doesn't blend as good as the nutri bullet. isn't as smooth. it's worth the extra money.

kahool

can anyone recommend a decent site or book for recipes for the … can anyone recommend a decent site or book for recipes for the nutribullet? I ordered one from homebase for delivery tomorrow and am itching to try it out!


It comes with a recipe booklet. The are always good free books on Amazon too

yorkshireboy

I'll find out when I pick mine up later however the more I read the more … I'll find out when I pick mine up later however the more I read the more I am convinced they are.I eat almost no fruit or veg and I'm hoping this is going to give my health a kick start. I can now have 'breakfast' whilst on the move.


It is much easier to just eat a banana/apple/carrot etc ,no chopping/cleaning. You can even do it ''On the move''. I think fruit and veg are over rated anyways, I eat hardly any besides bananas and potato chips/crisps. Just take a cheap multi-vitamin(£2 for 3 months supply) I am fit and healthy and have never had a sick day in my working life.

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kahool

can anyone recommend a decent site or book for recipes for the … can anyone recommend a decent site or book for recipes for the nutribullet? I ordered one from homebase for delivery tomorrow and am itching to try it out!



Try their website nutriliving.com

DellB0y

This is ridiculously over priced for what it is - for people with the … This is ridiculously over priced for what it is - for people with the mindset that if they spend more money it will do you more goodBuy an active blender, save £65 and be less of a mughttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/breville-vbl075-blend-active-blender-15-50-tesco-direct-2104752


That's a great smoothie maker but not the same as a nutribullet which is a Nutrition extractor and allows for the inclusion of seeds etc with 300w more power. It depends on what you want to use it for.

Just watched the video of how this miraculous product work. Got to say it might be bit better from typical blender. But when I started doing mine I noticed that all you have to do is to shake your old cheapo £15 blender a bit to get exact result.

This combines exercise and healthy drink...what else do you want .....oh and you still got your £60 in pocket to spend on fish and chips

....oh the wonders of a good marketing and some catchy marketing terms....
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