I was briefly tempted, but their Trustpilot reviews are terrible.
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Cr...... I think he's a cracker.
I own the green version and it looks the same as far as I can tell. I'm really impressed. It's blended everything I've thrown in there, but just doesn't touch sultanas or raisins. Still, excellent quality for the price.
@HutchAW No probs! I've been waiting for the price of these to drop for some time 😁
That's a good price @methusan - might be tempted to bite at that price! Thanks for sharing, heat added :)
:3 Great price
Glad you managed in the end
Snatched one. Thanks for the heads up!
Gone :( That's what happens when you leave it for next day
Seems to be back on mate. Not sure how long for.
Very poor quality, lasted only 1 year and it began to rust,the blade base just fell apart. Don't waste your money,
I checked Manchester fort yesterday and they had none.
Which Manchester store? Manchester Fort at Cheetham hill?
Any store as long as its in stock
Even at £15 it's a steal! Not voted... Which store?
Cheaper than a £1 drug from Boots parent company.
Yeah did an impluse buy for uni a few years back. Was only about £5 then too. But still working fine to this date!
Oh and also plastic ones can melt if the food is too hot .....
Good price, can you use it for any blending or is it just for curry?
170W good luck with that wont mash too much. (cheeky) Pay the extra and get a 500W+ to break through ice for smoothies and pulpy vegetables for soap etc.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M8QAWHJ/ Flippin eck!
I got the total nutrition one but was on offer at John Lewis as a reconditioned £199 and they came with a 7yrs warranty they sold out within 24hrs I am pleased to say best purchase of 2017
Cheers OP - rest easy in the knowledge that THIS IS a Hot deal. I am resigned to the fact that this site is now populated by ignorant cretins who wouldn't know a hot deal if it leapt up and bit them on the ass. Post a deal for 5p off a frozen pizza if you want to garner praise. It never used to be like this - i remember when it was all fields!
i'm guessing this isn't the sort of thing hukd folk are into... unless is damaged jammie dodgers for 2p or a half price sex aid from lovehoney they don't like spending actual cash for proper products. so, anyone voting cold, if they'd like to show one cheaper anywhere... be happy to read about it. voted hot...
Well I pleased for you I really am, that explains everything, so you collect them, I just hope you get a return on your collection one day.
Is there a blender with the seperate attachment to deal with spices? I dont think this blender would be able to handle that? Am I right?
As stated, out of stock online currently however if your local store stocks this variety it will be available at the same price
Why would you want to blend your family?!
Looks good to me; thanks for posting @moobert
This is a very basic economical blender with low power though price is quite competitive
Would highly recommend this. Had mine for three years and was mega pleased with it. Note though, it will not crush ice cubes, when it states that ice can be used it means pre-crushed ice! Just pop an ice cube in the finished drink if you prefer it really cold. I always added a couple of spoonfuls of ground nuts (made me feel better after adding a spoonful of ice cream) too. My fruit consumption must have increased ten fold after buying this. Oh - and the best bit - it takes about three seconds to clean!!
Have had mine for over a year now, works fine, blends fruits and etc. Job done
Only 300w that’s low power
Back in stock
Ordered! Thanks :)
Juicing offers around 50% more nutritional value over blending, because of the oxidisation caused by blending.
will try this one, my blender died last week... hope that one will work for some time
A glitch in the Matrix :D Thought id post in both so people are aware not to expect the super smooth smoothies with this amount of power.
Déjà vu (shock)
Agree with all the issues that others had with the blade base. First one lasted 13 months, the blade rusted and expelled rust particles after using it. Robert Dyas sent a replacement, now after 15 months, same problem. RD asked me to contact the Co. - Ultimate. Products Global sourcing. As always they blame customers not following the care & maintenance instructions instead of taking responsibililty for poor quality product. After use, I only rinse the blades not the whole blade base in running water and place it upside down to drip dry. Yet the blade could rise which was an indication that it's poor quality stainless and its manufacturer's defect that the water could seep into the concealed part of the blade base.. Have researched all the reviews, those who continue using it have to replace blade base every year!!! I found that shocking as I had a Braun blender, made in Germany, which is still working after 40 years no sign of any rust! After a few emails with UPGS attaching photos of the problems, they asked me to buy a replacement blade base instead of sending me a replacement.. I''ll be writing to the CEO , attaching all the photos and would be interesting to receive is response. After much research, apparently the original Salter Co. which has a history of more than 250 years has sold the licence to UPGS to market the product as a Salter brand.! So don't expect the blender to be of the same quality as the original Salter products. Theiir online website is not the original Salter website. It's marketed via salter cookshop website. Avoid buying products from UPGS if you want to invest in a reliable appliance which is value for money.
I had lot of faith in these but after 2 years with 2 of them, i get that they wont last more than a year. Makes lot of noise after the year of usage and is nearly impossible to use. But very good while it lasts.
I've been through at least 3 blade bases also. They seize make a horrible noise after a while and the rust as stated. Support just keeps giving me the option to buy replacements .... useless.
Seems a bit odd to me too. Had mine for just over a year no rusting issues, but then the bit with the blade sits on, on the actual unit busted somehow! Shame really, coz it was a fantastic blender and great size too.
Me too. Its a shame because it's a good blender apart from this issue. You can't buy a replacement blade anywhere either.
is this a full blender or a jug only (the top part)? pardon my curiosity...
Ordered. Thank u
Looks stock back
I don't get it, why would you want to blend jugs?
Not sure about veg. Best check on the net to see if it can
How about blending harder veg like carrots? Should I pay the extra? Is everything else pretty much identical other than the stronger motor?
True. I'd say the nutri bullet is slightly better as it's got a stronger motor. But if u just wanted this for blending herbs and spices, this is OK.
Thank you op on your 2nd deal posted ! Heat added !!(highfive) (y)
I prefer the Nutri Bullet deal from Tesco Direct at £34
It's £109 with Prime
I bought one of these a few years ago and it was so good, however recently the blade has been collecting water, rusted inside and siezed up. I could not find any spares/replacments so very nearly bought a whole new unit last week for £35. Neither Dumfries store had one but ive just managed to get one at the Carlisle store! Thank you woodgareth! (Possibly only available at the b&m 'bargins' stores as the ones above and both dumfries stores are all classes as 'home' stores on the website? I didnt even know there was different types)
Can't find in Barking B&M
Not in the Edge Lane Liverpool branch unfortunately but great find though!
Can't you buy another and return it unopened with the old receipt for a refund?
Picked one up today. Many thanks OP.
Thanks for posting @KarthikSarma , nice price
Sainsburys price dropped the price £13.33, but still not as powerful as the Russel Hobb Nobb.
At 700w ???
Same price at John Lewis with 2 year warranty
Sainsburys have their own 'Home' range version. looks and acts exactly the same, for £20
You sure? The one I can see on Amazon for the same price is 400 watts instead of 700 and is 0.5 litres instead of 1. This seems like a good deal, thanks OP