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Vitabiotics Wellman Max - 84 Tablets/Capsules now £7.44 (Prime) / £11.93 (non Prime) / £6.32 S&S voucher at Amazon
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Vitabiotics Wellman Max - 84 Tablets/Capsules now £7.44 (Prime) / £11.93 (non Prime) / £6.32 S&S voucher at Amazon

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  • Wellman Max provides maximum support with a convenient 3-in-1 triple pack
  • 28x advanced Wellman micronutrient vitamin and mineral tablets; 28x High purity Omega 3-6-9 capsules; 28x Calcium and vitamin D tablets
  • The comprehensive micronutrient formula helps maintain health and vitality with pantothenic acid which contributes to normal mental performance
  • It also includes B vitamins: thiamine (vit B1), B6 and B12 which contribute to normal energy release while zinc and iron contribute to normal cognitive function
  • The Omega-3 fish oil found in Wellman Max contains a rich source of DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid)
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This seems good, but as someone in the reviews suggests - wouldn’t it be more economical to get the regular Wellman (currently £3.50 for 30), or another multivitamin, and get omega capsules separately? These only have 116mg of fatty acids (assuming that’s EPA/DHA), whereas these from Holland and Barrett, for instance, contain 300mg of the fatty acids (and vitamin D3 as well)and are currently £14.49 for 350, or 4 pence a capsule. (hollandandbarrett.com/sho…955)

These Wellman Max work out at £4.21 per 28-day supply when bought on the 3 for 2 offer with the 15% voucher and standard 5% S&S discount.

Assuming you buy the standard Wellman, also on the 3 for 2 offer, and with a 5% S&S discount (£6.47 for 3 packs = £2.15 per 30 pills), and the H&B Omega 3 at 4 pence a capsule (£1.20 per 30), I make that £3.35 for a 30-day supply of vits + mins and fish oil, with each Omega capsule containing almost three times as much fatty acids as these Wellman Max capsules, for less money.

Just a thought!
Edited by: "finknottle" 9th Jan
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Contains fish oil, which is a shame as this is a great price.
3 for 2 as well
Lord.vader08/01/2020 09:04

Contains fish oil, which is a shame as this is a great price.



Thought that was the main attraction here. Likely the only thing in it that might be any use to most people.
Thank you.
Vanderlust08/01/2020 09:08

Thought that was the main attraction here. Likely the only thing in it …Thought that was the main attraction here. Likely the only thing in it that might be any use to most people.


I'm a veggie so can't have. They probably do a veggie version with veg omega 3 but not at this price .
Lord.vader08/01/2020 09:23

I'm a veggie so can't have. They probably do a veggie version with veg …I'm a veggie so can't have. They probably do a veggie version with veg omega 3 but not at this price .



Ah got ya! Makes total sense now yes. What's the best veggie source of Omega 3?
Nickyleon08/01/2020 09:07

3 for 2 as well


Ace!
3 boxes at S&S for £12
Bloomin' bargain, thank you.
I get a total of £12.64
Vanderlust08/01/2020 09:31

Ah got ya! Makes total sense now yes. What's the best veggie source of …Ah got ya! Makes total sense now yes. What's the best veggie source of Omega 3?


Most pulses and nuts like Kidney beans, walnuts and chia seeds. The supplements are a combination from several sources.

I just want a one does all tablet instead of taking 4 different ones at the moment.
yorkshiretightass08/01/2020 09:59

Ace!3 boxes at S&S for £12Bloomin' bargain, thank you.


how did you do that not coming up for me
rambobambo08/01/2020 10:42

how did you do that not coming up for me


Set quantity to 3 and select S&S (can be cancelled later on if not needed).

Came to £13.50, forgot about 80p remaining from a gift card taking it down to £12.70
Smokin' Hot

3 Boxes for £10.41

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Vanderlust08/01/2020 09:31

Ah got ya! Makes total sense now yes. What's the best veggie source of …Ah got ya! Makes total sense now yes. What's the best veggie source of Omega 3?


Flaxseed oil
Very good price, heat given.

The description on the box can be a bit misleading as it looks like it is 84 days worth of vitamins.

Even though it is 84 tablets, it is only 28 days worth of vitamins, in the pack there are 3 different tablets that need to be taken each day (vitamins, Calcium/Vitamin D, Omega 3-6-9).
Nice find @DealDroid , Heat given.
Great price .. heat added . used the 3 for 2 as well, turned out to be better price than I got at prime day for this .
Watch the Horizon programme, BBC2 waste of time, this company had to change wording on its products to pass EU law
Ordered, thank you!
This seems good, but as someone in the reviews suggests - wouldn’t it be more economical to get the regular Wellman (currently £3.50 for 30), or another multivitamin, and get omega capsules separately? These only have 116mg of fatty acids (assuming that’s EPA/DHA), whereas these from Holland and Barrett, for instance, contain 300mg of the fatty acids (and vitamin D3 as well)and are currently £14.49 for 350, or 4 pence a capsule. (hollandandbarrett.com/sho…955)

These Wellman Max work out at £4.21 per 28-day supply when bought on the 3 for 2 offer with the 15% voucher and standard 5% S&S discount.

Assuming you buy the standard Wellman, also on the 3 for 2 offer, and with a 5% S&S discount (£6.47 for 3 packs = £2.15 per 30 pills), and the H&B Omega 3 at 4 pence a capsule (£1.20 per 30), I make that £3.35 for a 30-day supply of vits + mins and fish oil, with each Omega capsule containing almost three times as much fatty acids as these Wellman Max capsules, for less money.

Just a thought!
Edited by: "finknottle" 9th Jan
Take it along with fish and chips
Thank you Finknottle for your detailed analysis. I was about to purchase the original deal but I'm going to take advantage of the deal you described instead.
whats better to take this or fish oil supplements directly
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