Tower Vitablend Pro 1200 WATT Motor £34.93 @ HomeBase
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Tower Vitablend Pro 1200 WATT Motor £34.93 @ HomeBase

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Found 1st Nov 2015
This seems like a Hot Deal to me! I have been looking for a cheaper alternative to the NutriBullet and this seems to fit the bill plus it has a massive 1200W motor to boot! I have seen these in the shops at £59.99 and elsewhere on the internet for around £49.99 so seems like a steal at this price plus you get 3 years warranty...winner winner smoothie dinner.

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Seems to be advertised as 1000W elsewhere. The manual states it's 1000-1200W, so who knows. In case anyone is wondering, the two cups are 1ltr (800ml capacity) and 800ml (500ml capacity).

Good price, anyway. Appears to be being rebranded to the Xtreme Pro, so maybe this is older stock.
Edited by: "Whitedot" 1st Nov 2015

Looks same model, re badged, as Salter Nutri Pro from Robert Dyas and elsewhere - spec for that also 1000-1200 watts. I've got the Salter one and it's brilliant.

and the Tower has a 3 year guarantee!

This is the same as the Salter 1000 but £5 cheaper than the Salter at The Range. Only difference I can see is 1 cup less.

Original Poster

Just had mine delivered, excellent piece of kit very powerful and comes with a comprehensive recipe book too.

Got mine today, echo the above comment. Seems well made, will have to see how it performs. Regarding my earlier post, the power rating all over the box is indeed 1200W. The containers are BPA free.

Thanks OP.
Edited by: "Whitedot" 4th Nov 2015

Muchos gracias, just after something like this, and this will do lovely.

Can be ordered online now

Whitedot

Seems to be advertised as 1000W elsewhere. The manual states it's … Seems to be advertised as 1000W elsewhere. The manual states it's 1000-1200W, so who knows. In case anyone is wondering, the two cups are 1ltr (800ml capacity) and 800ml (500ml capacity).Good price, anyway. Appears to be being rebranded to the Xtreme Pro, so maybe this is older stock.


The variable power is due to the EU range of voltages (220-240V).

But don't fall into the megapixel trap. 1200W in does not mean 1200W out. You could just be buying yourself a rather noisy fan heater. The restriction on vacuum cleaner power consumption is not just bloody-mindedness.

Missed this initially - bought today 5* reviews on Amazon & around £60 in most places. Belated heat added. Tx

I was thinking about getting a Nutri Ninja but surely this one looks tempting. Does anyone know if it can crush ice and frozen fruit? Cheers.

Great unit. It's 1200w. Just bought it. Upgraded from older unit so new motor is 1200. Best alternative to the bullet and a great price. 32.99 Robert days over Black Friday weekend. Amazing unit. Pulverises competition and tough food too. Sweet.
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