salter nutri pro-1000 silver £46.44, with code + delivery, half price free delivery over £50 spend using code @ robert dyas
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salter nutri pro-1000 silver £46.44, with code + delivery, half price free delivery over £50 spend using code @ robert dyas

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Found 10th Oct 2015
yet again another 'bullet' type blender/ juicer/ nutrition extracted deal... bit this one is 1000w and comes with 1litre and 2x 800ml cups! larger cups from both the nutri bullet and the ninja cost extra and they're not so cheap

half price from £99.99 to £49.99 and free delivery for £50+ spend. I searched the clearance section and added a pack of kitchen scourers for a quid for free delivery.

code FREEDEL50

product information to follow in first post.

edit: use code GFOOD15 for %15 off, plus 7.8% quidco too :-)- credit dcousins2010

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Salter Nutri Pro 1000 – Silver

Whether you’re always on the go or want to give your family an easy way to get their five a day, let this powerful, nutrition extracting blender help you live a healthier lifestyle.

1000W motor – More powerful than most blenders on the market, which means your drinks are blended quicker and taste smoother.

Nutrition extracting blades – Rotating at an incredible 25000 RPM, these super speedy blades blend fast enough that nutrition and vitamins are extracted from the food, so you reap the benefits.

Beaker choices – The Nutri Pro 1000 gives you the choice of 1L or 0.8L cups, and storage or drink through lids, so you can store your drinks or enjoy smoothies on the go.

Recipe booklet – Included with the instruction manual is a list of 50 delicious and healthy recipes to spark your ideas and get your juices flowing.

Safety lock – The blade won’t begin until securely and safely clipped on, so you have peace of mind in the kitchen.

Power: 1000WCapacity: 1 x 1L cup / 2 x 0.8L cupsSpeed settings: 1Pulse function: noneDishwasher safe parts: YesDimensions: H21 x W15 x D15cmWeight: 4.27kgColour: Silver
1000W motor, what yu doing breaking the food down into its chemical constituents?
theyre probably mainly for ice and frozen fruit. my blender is stating to struggle with ice now.
I have one and i would recommend it, especially at this price.
use GFOOD15 for 15% off still pay del but £46.44 is a deal
also quidco 7.8%
Thanks op and thanks dcous
dcousins2010

also quidco 7.8%


thanks for that.. gutted i missed out on that, but ive updated the title and OP. :-)
FREEDEL50 doesn't work but the GFOOD one seems to be more valuable anyway.
dark warrior you literally have to spend a penny more for the free del, but as you said, the other code has better value :-)
Thanks for this and heat from me !

I just ordered through Quidco and it has tracked OK ( for £2.12).

The GFOOD15 reduction worked fine too.
Don't forget everyone these are not made by Salter Homedics ltd. Instead Salter Homedics Ltd license their name out to another company called Ultimate Products Limited who make and design the product (more than likely buy it off the shelf in the Far East). I have never thought of Ultimate Products Limited as being a quality supplier plus as with most cheap electricals there will be a reasonable return rate.So don't jump and down if your item goes faulty in a matter of days, this is par for the course and you have been warned LOL. So rather than think because its a Salter brand and it must be good quality rely on your eyes and other reviews to work out if the product is any good and ignore the Salter brand. Robert Dyas are heavy into using the Salter brand so I would consider it more of an own-label for them.
Edited by: "merikiito" 12th Oct 2015
Also I am not against the Salter brand in Robert Dyas as I have just brought a Halogen Cooker from them at £35.
Thanks ordered one, was going to get a nutri-ninja but the difference in price and our history of shoving kitchen equipment in a cupboard after a month or two of frantic use makes this a better option. Thanks for the codes as well
Agree with Bilk - have ordered for the price and I do wonder if it will be used!
Does anyone know if the containers that come with it are BPA free?
This may sound like a silly question but if the nutri bullet is 900w and this is 1000w, does this mean this is a more powerful blender?

There seems to be little difference in price nowadays between this, the bullet and the ninja but which is the best?

I have a Breville Blend Active but it's not powerful enough to blend harder veg and cut up fruit skin. Can anyone recommend which they think is best?
It says on Quidco that it's 7.8% for orders over £70 and 6.95% for orders £60-£69.99. Can't see any rate for below these.
Edited by: "smithybhoy" 12th Oct 2015
sleepycoyote

This may sound like a silly question but if the nutri bullet is 900w and … This may sound like a silly question but if the nutri bullet is 900w and this is 1000w, does this mean this is a more powerful blender?There seems to be little difference in price nowadays between this, the bullet and the ninja but which is the best? I have a Breville Blend Active but it's not powerful enough to blend harder veg and cut up fruit skin. Can anyone recommend which they think is best?



​in short yes the power is more on this unit. it also has bigger cups, which for me is a major benefit. its about 15quid cheaper than the cheapest/ less powerful ninja and 25 cheaper than the cheapest and less powerful bullet. :-)
Gosh darn it! Just bought a Nutribullet from previous HUKD post! Wonder how they compare in reality?
Has anyone got one of these and also used a Nutribullet/Nutri Ninja? How does it compare in terms of smoothness of the smoothie? Thanks
zebandit

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Bad reviews seem to be about the company rather than the product itself.
Great reviews on Amazon for this product. Thanks ordered. Decided to get 100 heavy duty bin liners as well for a £5 so didn't pay postage
ordered, excellent deal, thanks
had my dispatch email today :-)
Would be grateful if those that have ordered could post their opinion once they have used theirs, especially if they have used a Nutribullet or Nutri Ninja before and can advise if this is as good or better? Thanks
mine arrived today, just used it. I'm used to a normal blender so this whole upside down thing is a bit new to me... anyhoo, using the 1litre cup I made a 700ml smoothie, chewed through the Ice and other stuffs no problem. build quality feels great. you can pulse it by just pressing it down, or by locking it in gives a continual blend. the noise wasn't too bad either. I had to take it out a couple of times to shake the cup to move around the foodstuffs, but it produced a really good textured drink :-) I'm happy. its a lot less hassle than the blender due to sheer power and awesome blades.

I just searched online for the best deal and found it on Wilko.com for £40 and free collect from store - got to be worth a try so have orders one!

FTOdude170

yet again another 'bullet' type blender/ juicer/ nutrition … yet again another 'bullet' type blender/ juicer/ nutrition extracted deal... bit this one is 1000w and comes with 1litre and 2x 800ml cups! larger cups from both the nutri bullet and the ninja cost extra and they're not so cheaphalf price from £99.99 to £49.99 and free delivery for £50+ spend. I searched the clearance section and added a pack of kitchen scourers for a quid for free delivery.code FREEDEL50 product information to follow in first post.edit: use code GFOOD15 for %15 off, plus 7.8% quidco too :-)- credit dcousins2010Dave

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