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Nutribullet Silver £84.50 @ Tesco Direct
Nutribullet Silver £84.50 @ Tesco Direct

Nutribullet Silver £84.50 @ Tesco Direct

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Cheapest I've seen it since the John Lewis Black Friday deal! Brilliant offer.

Also in clubcard boost.

Use code for £20 off £100 spend on Electricals.

Hope this helps!

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Good deal, i want one of these.

Original Poster

Also forgot to mention free home delivery too!
Be quick though, low in stock

Mmmm what else to buy to take it over £100. Good price OP.

Been eyeing one of these up for a while, might have to take the plunge.

Anything cheaper that comes close to this?

I have one of these it is amazing!!!

Great deal, especially if combined with the tesco clubcard boost points.

Its out of stock.

this not just an expensive blender?

Bought the hinari version from Asda a couple of months ago for £15 in the sale. Does everything this does, seems to me if you buy one of these your just paying for the infomercial.

Thanks OP good find!

Asda do one called genie. Same thing but 25 quid

antonywhite37

this not just an expensive blender?



That is exactly what it is, but I still want one

antonywhite37

this not just an expensive blender?



That is exactly what it is, but I still want one

OMG, this is 100 times worse than paying for an Apple logo!

You are much better buying the Pro model , it is fantastic

Ronaldeano

Been eyeing one of these up for a while, might have to take the … Been eyeing one of these up for a while, might have to take the plunge.Anything cheaper that comes close to this?



I've been looking at one of these for a while Breville Blend-Active Personal Blender - 300 Watt - White/Green: amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1 still can't decide if I could make good use of it, but unless I am mistaken it's pretty much the same type of product just not quite as many accessories?
Edited by: "ipswich78" 10th Dec 2014

oos

The cheaper ones are not the same! I bought a Nutribullet at the beginning of the year, and have used it every day without fail. I also bought the Breville blend activer for £20 as couldn't be bothered to lug the nutribullet to the caravan each weekend. Whilst the Breville is very good it really isn't a patch on the nutribullet. The spinach stays a bit lumpy with the breville..
Buy it you won't regret it!
I did see it advertised for £79.99 in Sunday paper so might be worth looking around.

Banned

Can be bought for £89.99 on Amazon; amazon.co.uk/gp/…LM/

A fiver more, but still a good!

dinglebin

Mmmm what else to buy to take it over £100. Good price OP.



If you can find them, these are a tenner in store: tesco.com/dir…prd

If all else fails, stock up on batteries.
Edited by: "bblgoose" 10th Dec 2014

darrencook

Asda do one called genie. Same thing but 25 quid



Not the same thing. The less powerful ones are fine for fruit but can't handle nuts and vegetables very well. The genie for example can't handle wheatgrass, the nutribullet can.

Obviously it depends what you are going to use it for but the nutribullet is twice as powerful than the genie.

good deal.
for anyone who is a costco member their warehouse stocks these cheaper (last time twas 79ish £)
the breville is not in the same league as this.. thus cheaper.. depends on how much load youll impose on the device (veggies vs powders etc).
Edited by: "seattle" 10th Dec 2014

I paid £120 on Amazon not long ago, excellent purchase.
Seen them in Costco recently for £86

Very tempted by one of these , I currently use a juicer my question is this, is this not more Smoothie maker as opposed to Juicer ? If using fruit does it end up quite thick ? I dont mind a bit of pulp but dont want to too thick. would be greatful if anyone could confirm
Cheers

DBO187

Very tempted by one of these , I currently use a juicer my question is … Very tempted by one of these , I currently use a juicer my question is this, is this not more Smoothie maker as opposed to Juicer ? If using fruit does it end up quite thick ? I dont mind a bit of pulp but dont want to too thick. would be greatful if anyone could confirm Cheers



Depends on what your ingredients are. You can top it up with water (how much is down to preference). Banana/avocado can be added to make it creamier. You could use milk/yoghurt to make it thicker.

Can anyone recommend a good book or website for smoothie recipes?

adsham

Not the same thing. The less powerful ones are fine for fruit but can't … Not the same thing. The less powerful ones are fine for fruit but can't handle nuts and vegetables very well. The genie for example can't handle wheatgrass, the nutribullet can. Obviously it depends what you are going to use it for but the nutribullet is twice as powerful than the genie.



I have the ASDA one, it can handle wheatgrass.

For those of you with Costco membership, worth having a look next time your in. They sell them around the £80 mark (can't remember exactly off top of my head) and of course have the best returns policy. so no worries if it breaks anytime within the next few years, they'll replace or give you your money back.

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ministrymason

Can anyone recommend a good book or website for smoothie recipes?



The best / most convenient recipe I've created for everyday use is 50% spinach, hand full of grapes, a sprinkle of Tesco frozen berry mix, a sprinkle of Tesco value frozen fruit and a sprinkle of Goji berries.

Chairman_mo

I have the ASDA one, it can handle wheatgrass.



Then I stand corrected
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