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This is the one recommended by BBC2 what to buy Salter nutri bullet blender £40 Wilko
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This is the one recommended by BBC2 what to buy Salter nutri bullet blender £40 Wilko

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Posted 12th Jan 2016
As featured on BBC2 what to buy and why

alter Nutri Pro 1000 Red features a unique multipurpose blade that chops, crushes ice and extracts! Whether you’re always on the go or want to give your family an easy way to get their five a day, this powerful, nutrition extracting blender will help you live a healthier lifestyle.

The powerful 1000W motor means you can quickly blend your drinks, and they'll taste even smoother. The nutrition extracting blades rotate at 25000 RPM, extracting the nutrition and vitamins fr...
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Masterantman

I got a version of this in Aldi for £15 (not nutri brand) and worked … I got a version of this in Aldi for £15 (not nutri brand) and worked exactly the same! Not worth paying over the odds for one of these when u can get the EXACT same for less without the branded name



I would say one of the main factors is the wattage of the motor with the higher ones handling ice and harder items more easily. Although I find my 300W one ok, it does strain/smell/make noises so I think the 1000W ones will cope much better.
Masterantman

I got a version of this in Aldi for £15 (not nutri brand) and worked … I got a version of this in Aldi for £15 (not nutri brand) and worked exactly the same! Not worth paying over the odds for one of these when u can get the EXACT same for less without the branded name



hmm ok for fleshy fruit but for veg neither the Breville Active or the Aldi Variant can hold a torch to this .I almost exclusively green juice and use both the Aldi & breville versions now from using Kenwood 2Go's from several years ago . I find them a bit lacking in power when shredding veg , and have to shake and invert as I pulse, but the bottle designs are practical for use on the move especially as I do a lot of outdoor physical drills. One of the girls I work with who 's serious about juicing too bought this Salter a few days ago and we tried it ..Amazing.. results!! I find that with the Breville and Aldi units you get a separation ( sedimentation due to the coarser blend) after allowing to sit for about 1/2 hour and therefore have to shake the bottle to stir the mix to consistency . Not so with this Salter , the purees so smooth there is absolutely no separation/sedimentation after 2hrs..I wouldn't recommend leaving the juice that long before finishing it unless you intend to drop in uncrushed ice-cubes to preserve it longer
Yes I think for soft fruit the lower-powered ( 250-350 watt) machines are ok. But for artichoke outerleaves /bitter gooseberries / kale and other hardier greens etc, the 1000 watt power comes in handy for attaining a homogenous mix.
By the way sugar is sugar whether it's palm-sugar or fruit sugar so for folks getting into the juicing scene be careful how much fruit you stuff into your blend not to mention the PH lowering (acidity) effect of so much sugar
I almost exclusively err toward pure green juicing .. having done so daily for the past 7 years ..I add a few drops of Tesco lemon to take the edge off the "green" taste of green juice.Besides the lemon has an alkalising net effect on the body which green juicing is all about
Ok I'll climb down from my soapbox now.
Thanks
p.s.
apparently the Tower Vitablend Pro ( also now remarketed as the Xtreme Pro in B&M stores ) is a rebrand of this Salter Nutri Pro
and as for the 1000 watt/1200 watt debate the discrepancy is likely to be due to the variance in operating voltage 220-240Volts
I could be wrong
Just gutted I missed the £16.** Homebase offer!
Walthamstow Homebase store showing one Tower Vtiablend Pro but won't sell asit's a display model
soldierboy001

I think you were over exaggerating the points, lots of us are quite happy … I think you were over exaggerating the points, lots of us are quite happy the go to all that TROUBLE so why not leave us to do it, then you can go and preach your ethos elsewhere.


Yes, I'm sure you and many other people are.
darklight

hmm ok for fleshy fruit but for veg neither the Breville Active or the … hmm ok for fleshy fruit but for veg neither the Breville Active or the Aldi Variant can hold a torch to this .I almost exclusively green juice and use both the Aldi & breville versions now from using Kenwood 2Go's from several years ago . I find them a bit lacking in power when shredding veg , and have to shake and invert as I pulse, but the bottle designs are practical for use on the move especially as I do a lot of outdoor physical drills. One of the girls I work with who 's serious about juicing too bought this Salter a few days ago and we tried it ..Amazing.. results!! I find that with the Breville and Aldi units you get a separation ( sedimentation due to the coarser blend) after allowing to sit for about 1/2 hour and therefore have to shake the bottle to stir the mix to consistency . Not so with this Salter , the purees so smooth there is absolutely no separation/sedimentation after 2hrs..I wouldn't recommend leaving the juice that long before finishing it unless you intend to drop in uncrushed ice-cubes to preserve it longerYes I think for soft fruit the lower-powered ( 250-350 watt) machines are ok. But for artichoke outerleaves /bitter gooseberries / kale and other hardier greens etc, the 1000 watt power comes in handy for attaining a homogenous mix.By the way sugar is sugar whether it's palm-sugar or fruit sugar so for folks getting into the juicing scene be careful how much fruit you stuff into your blend not to mention the PH lowering (acidity) effect of so much sugarI almost exclusively err toward pure green juicing .. having done so daily for the past 7 years ..I add a few drops of Tesco lemon to take the edge off the "green" taste of green juice.Besides the lemon has an alkalising net effect on the body which green juicing is all aboutOk I'll climb down from my soapbox now.Thanks



Sugar is sugar yes but the pH diet stuff is all nonsense. I don't see how a few drops of lemon juice can alter my body's alkalinity/pH etc.
I can't see it online? Is it out of stock?
yrreb88

Sugar is sugar yes but the pH diet stuff is all nonsense. I don't see how … Sugar is sugar yes but the pH diet stuff is all nonsense. I don't see how a few drops of lemon juice can alter my body's alkalinity/pH etc.






I have no intention of hauling myself up onto my soapbox again but just to point out both lemon and Lime add a tangy flavour taking the edge off MY green juice.
Lemon juice has an alkalising effect on the body while Lime has the opposite (Acidic) effect .

Given a choice I'd rather have tangy tasting alkalising flavours than a tangy tasting acidifying flavour in my juice.
You might of course prefer the full acidic treatment and just juice up on pure fruit. You wouldn't need the lemon then.
To make alkaline water all that is required is a few drops of lemon ( yes lemon ) in a bottle of water which can then be allowed to stand still for equilibrium to be reached before drinking
Apologies if my previous hocus-pocus comment irked you.
Ciao
Edited by: "darklight" 14th Jan 2016
darklight

I have no intention of hauling myself up onto my soapbox again but just … I have no intention of hauling myself up onto my soapbox again but just to point out both lemon and Lime add a tangy flavour taking the edge off MY green juice.Lemon juice has an alkalising effect on the body while Lime has the opposite (Acidic) effect .Given a choice I'd rather have tangy tasting alkalising flavours than a tangy tasting acidifying flavour in my juice.You might of course prefer the full acidic treatment and just juice up on pure fruit. You wouldn't need the lemon then.To make alkaline water all that is required is a few drops of lemon ( yes lemon ) in a bottle of water which can then be allowed to stand still for equilibrium to be reached before drinkingApologies if my previous hocus-pocus comment irked you.Ciao




Leave him alone darklight he is only trying to wind you up , he knows nothing.
Not sure what I'm doing wrong but it keeps leaking when blending.
I make sure it's tight but no matter what I do it seems to work loose!

Tried holding it just pushed down, locking it in and leaving it. After about 10 seconds works its way loose and starts leaking out.

Any tips?
urbanlegend11

You sir are a troll or uneducated



Not really... blending fruits is in no way 'healthy' compared to simply just eating a piece of fruit.
This fad for 'smoothies' has convinced many they're some sort of wonderful, healthy thing... when they're really not.
Hendo9

Not really... blending fruits is in no way 'healthy' compared to simply … Not really... blending fruits is in no way 'healthy' compared to simply just eating a piece of fruit.This fad for 'smoothies' has convinced many they're some sort of wonderful, healthy thing... when they're really not.





So what is wrong with turning fruit and veg into drink form that encourages people to consume fruit and veg that they would otherwise avoid. I personally and it is a personal thing now consume more fruit and veg than I did before I owned one of these blenders which can not be a bad thing. Different people have different views so let us get on with it the way we want to.
Months ago I read a report that stated that taking satins could help to reduce the risk of heart failure, today in my mail box I've just had a mail that tells me that new research disputes this and may contribute. Whose right and who is wrong?
soldierboy001

So what is wrong with turning fruit and veg into drink form that … So what is wrong with turning fruit and veg into drink form that encourages people to consume fruit and veg that they would otherwise avoid. I personally and it is a personal thing now consume more fruit and veg than I did before I owned one of these blenders which can not be a bad thing. Different people have different views so let us get on with it the way we want to.Months ago I read a report that stated that taking satins could help to reduce the risk of heart failure, today in my mail box I've just had a mail that tells me that new research disputes this and may contribute. Whose right and who is wrong?



Out of interest, what research have you read into the benefits and/or detriments of smoothies on ones health?
Hendo9

Not really... blending fruits is in no way 'healthy' compared to simply … Not really... blending fruits is in no way 'healthy' compared to simply just eating a piece of fruit.This fad for 'smoothies' has convinced many they're some sort of wonderful, healthy thing... when they're really not.



These blenders just are not just about blending fruits, they blend a range of fruits, vegetables, nuts, spices, etc a lot of which you simply would not pick up and eat on there own.(see previous post)
blending variations of these raw ingredients can give a good range and high levels of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals that are essential for a healthy body and mind, and at levels you would not get from processed or cooked food or eating the odd banana, orange or apple etc
So you are entitled to your opinion on whether Blending fruit and VEG etc is or isn't a healthy thing to do, but I believe these are an excellent accessory for a healthy life.


Edited by: "Mr_Mustavit" 15th Jan 2016
jeds

Out of interest, what research have you read into the benefits and/or … Out of interest, what research have you read into the benefits and/or detriments of smoothies on ones health?





Just out of interest what business is it of yours?
soldierboy001

Just out of interest what business is it of yours?



Hahahaha! soldierboy001 it was only a question, but you assumed that I meant it offensively. You have no understanding of debate. Go drink a smoothie.


jeds

Hahahaha! soldierboy001 it was only a question, but you assumed that I … Hahahaha! soldierboy001 it was only a question, but you assumed that I meant it offensively. You have no understanding of debate. Go drink a smoothie.





HAHAHA, jeds it was only a question, could you not tell by the way I touched the keys? But you assumed I meant it with venom, you have no understanding of discussion, go chew on a hamburger.
soldierboy001

HAHAHA, jeds it was only a question, could you not tell by the way I … HAHAHA, jeds it was only a question, could you not tell by the way I touched the keys? But you assumed I meant it with venom, you have no understanding of discussion, go chew on a hamburger.



Brilliant, very mature of you. Trolling clearly isn't your strong suite either. I do not condone savagery and the slaughter of animals for human consumption.
Edited by: "jeds" 15th Jan 2016
jeds

Brilliant, very mature of you. Trolling clearly isn't your strong suite … Brilliant, very mature of you. Trolling clearly isn't your strong suite either. I do not condone savagery and the slaughter of animals for human consumption.





Veggie eh? a blender should suite you then.
davewave

Heres the … Heres the link!!!http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06vnjw1/what-to-buy-and-why-episode-1



thanks for that xx
Summary of findings from the members contributing to my thread:

"Salter Nutri Pro 1000 - Shelf Edge £40 - Down to £30.00 at Morrisons"
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Friday 15 January 2016

fanpages: Still two on display in the Gravesend store (Coldharbour Road, Northfleet, Gravesend, Kent DA11 8AB) at 7:30pm.

welshblob: "...I can confirm this deal and there were two left on the shelf at Anchorage Park, Portsmouth at 18.30 this evening."
FNC888: "...It was both labelled and scanned at £30 at the Morrisons in Stratford, London this evening, six left on the shelf after I took mine."
quidditys_shore: "1pm...There was 7 left in redcar store..." (11:30pm)

Saturday 16 January 2016

MICKIEMOO123: "I've just been to Pool, Redruth, managed to pick one up for £30, but shelf said £40. 4 left on the shelf..." (8:10am)
GoonerGetYa: "...Just got one, about 7 left in Nottingham bulwell..." (8:20am)
xjesix: "Got it for £30 this morning. Ayr Store Scotland..." (9:40am)
Damon: "4 left on shelf at Stratford London store at 7am this morning" (9:50am)
zermattbusby: "Wife just picked one up from the Denton (Manchester) store, had about 5 left on the shelf ~ 9am"
julieg15: "...Got one from Rochdale this morning, labelled Reduced to Clear £30, about 6 left on shelf 9am"
senwar: "Just got one from hillsborough store in Sheffield. Two left and 30 quid..." (11am)
kasimraza: "I've just managed to pick one up from Oldham chadderton store. 4 left after I got mine. Label said reduced to clear." (11:29am)
Civichyde: "Got one from the hoddesdon branch still a few left marked up as 30 quid on the shelf..." (12:05pm)
jaxmccoll: "Thank you, just picked one up in Morrison at Hunters Tryst Edinburgh. Still about 4 on the shelf." (12:50pm)
cho: "about 6 in north shields @ 12:30 and had about 6 in byker yesterday when i got mine for £40. went back today and got a £10 refund..." (1:35pm)
darkwarrior: "Got mine from Chadderton, Oldham 2 left after mine. Bought at 12:53" (1:45pm)
Shanks Kop: "Good spot, 3 remaining on the actual shelf at Camden, London. They may have more out the back." (1:50pm)
dizzyheights75: "Still a fair few left at Tamworth Wilnecote around 1230 pm. Shelf edge label says £50, but scanned at £30." (1:55pm)
Southside691: "Just brought myself one from Queensbury. Still a few left on the shelf if anybody is interested." (2:10pm)
salehunt: "I bought one from blackburn morrisons. Still 3 left." (2:15pm)
ollysmum: "Bought one from Newcastle under Lyme store, 2 left on the shelf about an hour ago." (2:40pm)
Twevor: "Just got this in Strood Morrisons. There were about 8 left on the clearance isle." (3:15pm)
Tic174: "Just got back from Halifax Morrisons and they had 4 left." (3:50pm)
quidditys_shore: "6 left in redcar store, stacked near the freezers with the right signage..." (4pm)
itsmeavi: "3 left at Morrisons Livingston" (4pm)
unome4: "Plenty on the shelf in Widnes, in the seasonal aisle" (4:15pm)
meanmoose: "At least 6 left at Peckham store in London when I left. Look at the ' Jan Sales ' aisle as it is not in the usual electronic goods aisle." (4:45pm)
sarwar707: "Picked one of the last two left at Chadderton Oldham around 4.00 pm" (4:45pm)
Kingfisher7: "Just popped out and bought one from Newcastle-under-Lyme,... One left now. It isn't with the regular electrical items, though but in aisle 4 instead" (5:15pm)
CheifLongHorn: "There were about 5 left in the Chorley store after I got mine. They were on the seasonal aisle though and not with the other blenders on the electrical aisle." (5:15pm)
sach1636: "Just purchased from Swindon. They had price marked at £30." (6:30pm)
thejollyboys: "Loads left in Rhyl store. A shelf full when I got mine." (6:40pm)
Bontye31: "I got one in the glenrothes (fife) store for £30 they had another 6 left on shelf" (9:45pm)
muffin359: "Possibly some in Stratford-upon-Avon, we called the store... they had found one. They kept ours at customer services..." (10pm)
joshyjoseph: "6 more left in Crowborough morrisons" (11:10pm)
daymouse

Not sure what I'm doing wrong but it keeps leaking when blending. I make … Not sure what I'm doing wrong but it keeps leaking when blending. I make sure it's tight but no matter what I do it seems to work loose!Tried holding it just pushed down, locking it in and leaving it. After about 10 seconds works its way loose and starts leaking out. Any tips?



Never fill more than two thirds of the beaker (keep below the marker) and always screw the base on tightly. Do not use very warm / hot fluids. Heat up afterwards if needed. If all that fails I would return it as faulty.
JonG

Never fill more than two thirds of the beaker (keep below the marker) and … Never fill more than two thirds of the beaker (keep below the marker) and always screw the base on tightly. Do not use very warm / hot fluids. Heat up afterwards if needed. If all that fails I would return it as faulty.





Or tell the BBC they are the ones that recommend it.
soldierboy001

Or tell the BBC they are the ones that recommend it.



mine works fine love it
Yes the stores that have them are selling at £30 this is a fantastic deal
miles136

Yes the stores that have them are selling at £30 this is a fantastic deal




Post the deal then.
soldierboy001

Post the deal then.



Think they mean this one - hotukdeals.com/dea…347
morgie

Think they mean this one - … Think they mean this one - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/salter-nutri-pro-1000-shelf-edge-40-down-30-morrisons-2375347





Good find and no wild geese!!!!
Just paid £30 at the Manchester store
Grabahotdeal

Just paid £30 at the Manchester store





Is that a Wilko Store?
Yes it is
Tried to buy one from 24 Studio and pay with my debit card, the said i do not meet their minimum membership requirement lol, what they mean is they wanted me to open a credit account.
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