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Ninja NN100UK Auto-iQ 1200W Ultimate Chopper, Blender & Mini Food Processor ; down from £149.99 to £49.99 @ Ninja Kitchen. Topcashback & Quidco 5%+ and ninja 10 gives 10% off if you spend £70 +
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Been looking at nutri blenders for over a week now and was going to get one of the offers I found here, but happened on this one by chance. Also Ninja Kitchen offer free delivery … Read more

Ordered this from ebay store but..due a technical error product was shown in stock but it wasn't physical! So they will send me Bl490uk instead


Ninja informed me they have no stock and offered BL490 as an "upgrade". Doesn't include a 900ml cup but does have larger bowl.



Back in stock on ebay


Woohoo got 2 at 45quid each! Now to convince my sister to buy the second one from me (lol)

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Nutribullet Magic Bullet Blender Food processor In 17 Piece Set Stainless Steel £35 @ Tesco / Ebay
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Nutribullet Magic Bullet Blender Food processor In 17 Piece Set Stainless Steel

Good but only a few left hope this helps the folks gunna pay 80 for 2 extra cups n some coloured rings xxxx


Thanks Man! £36.99 on Amazon. That will do nicely :)


Amazon mate!


Thanks Op. I'll give you heat even though I missed the deal :( I've been after one of these for ages but don't want to pay £80.


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Kenwood CH180 Mini Chopper Food Processor, £16.50, 2 years' guarantee included instore at John Lewis
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
A Delia Cheat Gadget The Kenwood CH180 is neat and compact, a good choice of chopper if you're working in a compact kitchen. This machine is brilliant for making baby food and chop… Read more
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Asda's own-brand product?


Quite expensive . I bought for £10 from ASDA to give as present.

The Original Magic Bullet Blender, Mixer & Food Processor 11-Piece Set (Green) £24.99 Dispatched from and sold by High Street TV - Amaazon
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Might only be a 11 piece set but seems a good price. You can also claim a £3 voucher code off vouchercodes which will cover the deliver of £2.99… Read more
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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

Sainsbury’s 70g Wafer Thin Ham priced 13p (Leicester city centre)
LocalLocalFound 24th AprFound 24th Apr
13p 70g British Wafer Thin Ham Slices (Expires 9th May) Priced on the shelf for 13p instead of the non smoked hamslices being 50p! Not bad for a lunch snack! Found in Leiceste… Read more
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Is this suitable for vegetarians? Royle Family - Best Quotes When Anthony brought Emma home Nana - Would you like a ham sandwich Emma? Emma - No thanks, I'm vegetarian Nana - Oh that's a shame for you Emma... Barbara can she have some wafer thin ham?

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Delonghi ICM15240 Filter Coffee Maker £24.99 / Hotpoint 24L 750W Microwave & Grill £64 @ Co-op Electrical (Prices include del / see OP for more)
LocalLocalFound 19th AprFound 19th Apr
£24.99 on the coffee machine seems really good, especially looking at the price history on it. I quite like a good old filter coffee and at this price, it seems a bit of a barg. Pr… Read more

I cant comment on the microwave but that coffee machine is a steal at that price. Note: this is coffee maker gets great reviews and is the best that Which? has reviewed.


The title is misleading as there is no delonghi microwave on their website


Can't find the microwave. Do you have a link?


Seems like so-so prices to me (skeptical)

Kenwood Multipro Sense Food Processor, FPM810 - COSTCO online deal - £149.89
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
I have an earlier version of this which has been in use for several years. I must admit that I don't use all of the attachments but the included blender is very useful as it means … Read more

Showing OOS for me


I have this. Th weighing balance is a bit of a waste of time and most of the accessories are just clutter but it has lasted well. Still not worked out how to make dough in it though.

Kenwood Food Processor - £36 @ Sainsbury's instore
LocalLocalFound 27th FebFound 27th Feb
FP190. Instore at Colchester store. Admit this is a huge Sainsbury’s so less likely in smaller stores. Were a few on the shelf.
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Negative. Very weak motor. Normal price.


Super deal! Thanks for sharing!

Russell Hobbs Desire food processor 18511 £24.70 @ Asda - Bromsgrove
LocalLocalFound 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Food processor Desire- Russell Hobbs - 18511 found at Asda Bromsgrove. Gets good reviews on Amazon

Had this for years, great little thing - a note though: the dishwasher will fade the red bottom rim.


Seems to be about half the price of other retailers good find (y) @mgregory0


Kenwood FDP301WH Food Processor 800 watt £37.50 @ Debenhams - Free c&c
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
50% off! Find me a better deal for a 800 watt food processor elsewhere. Go for it! 5% Topcashback and + £2.50 bonus for next 48 hours from them too. Total cost after cashback (inc… Read more

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Thanks same price on Amazon, other sellers, who are also Amazon :D Heat added, but bought one yesterday with promo code, since my order was over £50

Kenwood FPM810 Multi-Pro Sense Food Processor with Scales, 3.5 L, 1000 W - Brushed Metal - £179 Amazon Prime
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Cheapest price for this model. Of course you can buy cheaper ones but here we have a professional grade product. This will have will have no problems slicing the toughest of root v… Read more
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It is a great blender. We got this before Xmas and very impressed. We actually got the same model but was below £100 as it didn't have the caddy for the discs and only had 2 discs but has everything else. Worth it if you need one. But I'd get the more basic version unless you need all the chopping wheels...

Mini food processor - £12 @ Tesco eBay Store
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Product Information The Kenwood CH185A mini chopper is powerful, compact and makes a stylish addition to your kitchen. Ideal for a small kitchen, it has a 350ml bowl with a 150g c… Read more
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Thx OP (y) ordere


Ordered. Thanks op. This model is a Which Best Buy. Great price.


Thanks for posting - can't really go wrong for £12, if you're looking for a basic food processor (y)

KitchenAid 3.1l  Food Processor £49.75 *in store* Tesco Middlesbrough
LocalLocalFound 6th JanFound 6th Jan
*LINK FOR INFO ONLY, IN STORE DEAL* Whilst walking around zapping for bargains I noticed the £179 normal white shelf label on this item had a "*" on it so give it a zap and it cam… Read more

They should be on a rack at store entrance, scan you club card and pick one up


So I'm guessing you just ask for one at the customer service desk? I did see a woman the other week walking around my local Tesco with a scanner. Might check it out. Thanks.


Some big Tesco have the self scan things so you scan shopping as you go, you can randomly scan stuff with a "*" on ticket as they are due to be reduced and often already have been, or stuff in the reduced section with no price on. It's not always right as I've been scanning a Minky rotary airer with a star on price ticket for weeks but it's still full price! But I have had many bargains doing this. If the item is full price you simply press the remove from basket button and it come off your shopping again. I have noticed if you keep scanning and removing stuff I always get pulled for a "random" check at checkout!


I believe he took handheld scanner and was scanning random items hoping for lower than sticker price.


what do you mean when you say you was zapping for bargains and what did you use to zap '*'?

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