Nutrition Mixer - £29.99 - instore @ LIDL (Silvercrest) - 700W - Nine Piece Set - 3 Year Warranty -  Thursday Jan 12th
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Nutrition Mixer - £29.99 - instore @ LIDL (Silvercrest) - 700W - Nine Piece Set - 3 Year Warranty - Thursday Jan 12th

£29.99LIDL Deals
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Found 6th Jan
This Lidl £29.99 blender looks good value compared to other currently available Blender Deals - especially if you want to try blending for the first time
Telegraph review - 5/5 awarded See #2

3 Year Warranty

Blends and crushes ingredients – ideal for quickly preparing smoothies, dips, sauces and desserts

Cross-blade attachment easily blends fruit and vegetables, while the flat-blade attachment is perfect for chopping harder foods, herbs and grains
With 2 removable blending tumblers and 3 different lids, including travel lid for fresh smoothies on the go
Includes a recipe booklet full of delicious, nutritious ideas to help you on your way to 5 a day
Powerful 700W motor capable of up to 19000rpm
Blending tumbler capacity(ml): 350 and 700

Available from Thursday January 12th

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Better than the original in Guardian test.

Original Poster

pet2000

Better than the original in Guardian test.


Also tops in the Telegraph test - Quote:

Price: £29.99 from Lidl (in store only)
Comes with: two beakers, small and large, as against the Nutribullet’s three, but it does have an on-the-go drink through lid, unlike the Nutribullet. Two blades.
Wattage: 700W
Maximum run time: 60 seconds
Guarantee: 3 years
Does it stay on without continually pressing down?: Yes
Pros: Less than half of the price of a Nutribullet. Has a powerful motor which creates an effective vortex with the ingredients, meaning there’s less scraping down to do. Excellent results.
Cons: Hard to think of any – no record to indicate how long it will last, although the three year guarantee is encouraging.

The Scores
· Smoothie – Fairly fine texture and flavour, pulverizing all the seeds and skin 5/5
· Hummus – Super smooth with an airy, almost whipped consistency. Unlike the other blenders, no need to stop the machine and tap the mixture down. 5/5
· Almond milk – creamy milk, with a small amount of very fine almond pulp left in the muslin after straining. 5/5
· Margarita – a good smooth consistency, but a bit runnier than the Nutribullet. 4/5

OVERALL: Even without factoring in the lower price, this one was the best performer of the four.A genuine bargain. 5/5

Edited by: "jimmybo" 6th Jan

good find op, heat added

Looks good, thanks for posting

just bought this last week from Amazon, fantastic blender, very powerful and blends smoothies in a few seconds. would recommend smoothie packs from Iceland (£2 for 4 portions of banana/kale/mango or carrot/Pineapple/papaya) if you're ultra lazy like me

Does anyone know if it's good in grinding nuts, seeds and grains?

Original Poster

anaprag

Does anyone know if it's good in grinding nuts, seeds and grains?


Quote from the Lidl product details:
"Cross-blade attachment easily blends fruit and vegetables, while the flat-blade attachment is perfect for chopping harder foods, herbs and grains"

You can always take it back - It has a 3 Year Warranty - Just keep the receipt

V good blender

anaprag

Does anyone know if it's good in grinding nuts, seeds and grains?


I also want to know this, It doesn't seem to have a milling function.

For an extra £9 John Lewis are selling the actual nutribullet for £39 in white!!!!

sam01792

For an extra £9 John Lewis are selling the actual nutribullet for £39 in w … For an extra £9 John Lewis are selling the actual nutribullet for £39 in white!!!!


This one is more powerful

I maybe wrong, but I'm sure the one Aldi is selling is 1200 watt so more powerful than this.

Salter Nutri pro 1200 watts £38 Morrisons

sam01792

For an extra £9 John Lewis are selling the actual nutribullet for £39 in w … For an extra £9 John Lewis are selling the actual nutribullet for £39 in white!!!!


Not any more. JL prices have gone back up

Nice cheaper bullet, heat added.

Was going to buy this, ended up just buying a blender from argos for £10.
Does the job perfectly. Don't see the point off paying 3 times as much for a different shape blender. Each to there own I suppose

colemanuk

Was going to buy this, ended up just buying a blender from argos for … Was going to buy this, ended up just buying a blender from argos for £10.Does the job perfectly. Don't see the point off paying 3 times as much for a different shape blender. Each to there own I suppose



Link?

the 1000w daewoo ones Poundland had for black Friday are half price down to 17.50 if there is any left in the stores nearest to you

Fury

Link?



http://www.argos.co.uk/product/9014767
Simple jug blender
Works perfectly fine for my needs
Edited by: "colemanuk" 12th Jan

Bought this for convenience over my standard jug blender and have noticed my morning smoothies made with frozen banana and skimmed milk from the fridge are considerably warmer. Smoothies from my Jug blender are nice and cold 20 minutes later but almost warm with this even adding 2 or 3 ice cubes into the mix. Anyone else find this?
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