Sainsbury's Multi Fit BlenderSave 1/3: was £35.00 now £23.33
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Sainsbury's Multi Fit BlenderSave 1/3: was £35.00 now £23.33

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Found 27th Dec 2016
Got one of these, looks and feels A quality piece of kit, works great and has multi attachments, can't go wrong at this price.

Sainsburys don't have a live stock system, so you have to go in store to collect. you're unlikely to get it by home delivery unless they have loads in at you store.

A versatile blender for your kitchen, the Multi Fit Blender has a powerful motor and comes with four attachments. The jug blender can be used for juices, soups, smoothies and so much more. While the grinder makes quick work of nuts, coffee and spices. You can also enjoy freshly squeezed juice using the juicer attachment, while the two Tritan® plastic smoothie jars come with sealing lids, so you can blend your smoothie first thing in the morning and take it with you to enjoy on the go.

Product features

220-240V AC 50Hz 300W

Single speed motor

Attachments included:

2 Tritan® plastic smoothie jars, with sealing lids (500ml capacity each)

1 jug blender (600ml capacity)

1 small nut and bean grinder (150ml capacity)

1 mini blender with juicer (450ml capacity)

Dimensions: H37.5xW11xD11.5cm (Approximate dimensions with smoothie container attached)

Care and use instructions:

Please read enclosed instructions FULLY before use

For household and indoor use only

Warnings:

Disconnect from supply before cleaning

Not suitable for use with hot liquids

Do not immerse in water

5 Comments

Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to last such as a nutri ninja (900w/1000w) or a nutri bullet (600w/1000w). The nutri ninja slim (700w) is £34.99 at tescos at the moment and the base level nutri bullet (600w) is only £55 at currys, both of these would perform much better than this piece of cheap tat at 200w. People buy stuff like this and wonder why it doesn't work after a couple of months hard use or stop using it because it doesn't actually blender fruit properly.
Edited by: "alistairking89" 27th Dec 2016

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alistairking89

Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to … Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to last such as a nutri ninja (900w/1000w) or a nutri bullet (600w/1000w). The nutri ninja slim (700w) is £34.99 at tescos at the moment and the base level nutri bullet (600w) is only £55 at currys, both of these would perform much better than this piece of cheap tat at 200w. People buy stuff like this and wonder why it doesn't work after a couple of months hard use or stop using it because it doesn't actually blender fruit properly.


I really only wanted a spice grinder, bought one for £20 and it was rubish, so I saw this and the spice & cofffee grinder works excellent and other gadgets are a bonus, if it dosnt work after 2 months, got a 1 year warranty will get it exchanged, Like I mentioned, it seems well built.
Ninja with spice & coffee grinder is expensive and only still 1 year warranty

alistairking89

Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to … Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to last such as a nutri ninja (900w/1000w) or a nutri bullet (600w/1000w). The nutri ninja slim (700w) is £34.99 at tescos at the moment and the base level nutri bullet (600w) is only £55 at currys, both of these would perform much better than this piece of cheap tat at 200w. People buy stuff like this and wonder why it doesn't work after a couple of months hard use or stop using it because it doesn't actually blender fruit properly.



​this would come with a 2 year warrenty. so if it brakes just take it back

alistairking89

Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to … Why don't you spend a bit more money and get something that is going to last such as a nutri ninja (900w/1000w) or a nutri bullet (600w/1000w). The nutri ninja slim (700w) is £34.99 at tescos at the moment and the base level nutri bullet (600w) is only £55 at currys, both of these would perform much better than this piece of cheap tat at 200w. People buy stuff like this and wonder why it doesn't work after a couple of months hard use or stop using it because it doesn't actually blender fruit properly.



Tesco nutri ninja is showing as 39.99. How are you getting it for 34.99?

A hot deal but I've just ordered the £13 mini one from Aldi. Posted on HUKD yesterday.
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