All Nutribullet Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
And the award for the most random conversation on a post about fridges goes to...
I didn't learn about the unchristian amorality of their parents at first. I played occasionally with their children ( the only other similarly aged children in our housing complex - there were no black families resident, only staff). As I said earlier, I far preferred being with the children and elders in the local village whenever I had the opportunity. Several months into our life in Accra I was given free-reign by my parents to come and go as I saw fit. I was in awe of everything I discovered living under rocks or in the bush; often closely triggering a breakdown in my mother as I brought quite a range of deadly wildlife into my bedroom. The American kids were not very nice, constantly bragging about the quality of life they enjoyed compared to the locals. I tried several times to get them to visit the villagers with me to see for themselves how much enjoyment the local kids got from life but their parents refused ever to let them out of the compound. Just 7 it took me a while to catch on to their mission in Africa.
AAHHHHH, I think i get it now, so your friends parents Fridge put you off ALL Amercan people for life, and not the fact that they where Christian Fundamentalists or believed all Africans where Uncivilised Heathens, yet you don't like the population of one of the largest countries in the world because of a kitchen appliance! Makes total Sense!......... :/
Their fridge, like everything else in their apartment, had been shipped over from the USA as no other countries made such obscene refrigerators in the early 1960's. The entire family were also Christian Fundamentalists opined African's were uncivilised heathens. My parents loathed them and it was that morning on seeing the contents of their fridge that it dawned on me why my father and mother took such a disliking to them.
That’s a great story, you should sell that to Steven Spielberg, and he could most certainly made milk a Trilogy out of it! Oh no wait, he’s an American, and you hate them all because of a fridge, that was more than likely made in Asia, which you seen in a house in Ghana, Africa!...........🤪😳🤭
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?
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.
This should be smoking hot by now
I can't read the barcode does anyone have it please
I want (mad)
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?
1200 watts . (lol) . I have 1000 watts from Kenwood but this one seems even more powerful
Has anyone worked out where we register this for the 1 year warranty? The warranty leaflet that the blender OOPS! *Nutrient Extractor* (embarrassed) comes with directs us to registerbullet.co.uk, but that page automatically redirects me to another page that tries to sell me an extended warranty, but which offers no option that I can see to register for the standard 1 year warranty :(
Maybe and odd question but how does the plactic cup hold up? Do they do a glass one?
Not really. I train fasted. I train for fat burn and muscle gain - not performance - so don't want sugar fuel or any fuel (other than the fat on my body). I'll deplete my glycogen reserves instead and promote ketosis. Sugar isn't filling. Protein and fat are. Sugar typically creates an insulin response which mops the fat from your bloodstream and makes you hungry again. A smoothie would be more filling without sugar, and with protein and fat instead. So if I wanted to make a "training" smoothie - which I don't currently do - I'd be more inclined to put some coconut oil or coconut milk in there for some MCTs and perhaps some whey protein. Maybe make a thai green curry smoothie (green veg, coconut milk, chili and whey protein) Fruit contains glucose, fructose and sucrose in varying quantities. Cherries have more glucose than fructose. You can make smoothies without fruit - my point is I don't think you need fruit to make it palatable as you put it. What's wrong with a vegetable smoothie? You drink it quickly anyway. V8 is basically cold vegetable/tomato soup. Just treat it like a savoury thing, embrace it - that was my point. Or don't. But I think the suggestion that fruit is necessary is wrong. Also, if I'm going to be active I don't need carb fuel. "You can always load up more on vegetables, nuts and seeds if you're not going to be active" - seems to based on a very incorrect assumption. You can drink smoothies all day when not exercising if they don't contain fruit :P But eating food is better for controlling hunger. Also better for digestion. And I do wonder about the availability of the nutrients if certain veg isn't cooked. Although when blending something a lot it's similar to cooking it. But you can destroy some of the nutrients too. Anyway
So... you like soup, great. Smoothies are great for a pre-workout/pre-game boost, but ofcourse you should generally not exceed 3 portions of fruit in there. It's a filling sugar-hit for when you need some quick energy. You generally shouldn't be sitting drinking smoothies all day when you're not exercising. As an aside, fructose isn't a good sugar for your body, neither is sucrose. It's glucose your body wants, and the conversion of the other two to glucose has a negative affect on your body (regarding fat-storage hormones). Regularly taking more sugar (glucose/fructose/sucrose) than you need at any given time trains your body to more readily convert the sugar to fat. You can always load up more on vegetables, nuts and seeds if you're not going to be active, but you're always going to want about 2 portions of fruit to make it palatable. If it helps you get more vegetables then job done. Or just eat soup.
Great find! Heat from me
It’s actually less online and in stock too £34.99 tesco.com/direct/nutribullet-600-juicer-blender-blue-exclusive-to-tesco/714-2903.prd?skuId=714-2903
Had one for years. Great, hubby lost weight as part of his diet using it. Go for it. Blends all sorts. (cheeky)
Thanks OP. Ordered before the 20% code expired. Hope it is worth it.
Great find. Been looking for one for ages..
Use code PAY20LESS
I own this, very good blender, frozen fruit and ice is simple work for it.
Great price for a decent blender, so voted HOT. Just be aware that you may need a pair of ear plugs as this machine can be very LOUD............
Yes you can blend every type of veg & frozen fruits, make everything with its powerful motor 90.... I used a less powerful one 600w for my soups etc
This is no comparison to a Nutri Ninja. It's a very basic, budget machine with a 1200w motor. Invest a bit more for a much better machine.
I've had one for nearly two years (only 1000w version though) and providing it's used as specified, it works great. Just as well as a nutri ninja.if you spill liquid inside it I wouldn't expect it to survive! It warns against this too. Comes with plenty of accessories too.
I really believed in this one and got it twice and unfortunately both have lasted exactly a year each. Works great but have a huge problem. These have motors which are not sealed so if a little liquid or water goes in the motor becomes very noisy and then unusable. So finally i am moving to the nutribullet even though its 600w it does everything that this one does and hopefully it will last longer than this which hardly lasts a year :D Even though its a great price, its just not worth it in the long run :D
1200w vs 600w, I know which one for me. If you want brand then maybe ninja 1000w for £50?
which is better this one, or below posted few days ago... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nutribullet-600-series-set-34-amazon-on-back-order-2892348
The version I had came with a 650ml and a 500ml. The 500ml is too small and don't use it much The 650ml cup has got pretty tatty over time. I'll be honest the feature to make a load of cocktails at once swung it (embarrassed)
Just out of interest, how come you need a replacement cup? I was just thinking that it has 1 cup too many, I either use a smaller of the cups or the jug, the other cup sits in my cupboard.
How come it's dropped in price so much on Amazon? Other retailers seem to note £80/£90 as a normal RRP
Man! Missed it again and this has been the best price! Price gone up now. Think it needs to be expired! Unless someone magically tells me I've missed something
Cheers Niobe. I have an older version that has been great. Replacement cups are £20, so I thought for another£50 why not.
Thanks commandante1 - updated the post
Why pay 49.99 for a 900w when you can get a 1000w for the same price
The Nutri Ninja 1000 is £49.99 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nutri-Ninja-1000W-Blender-Auto-iQ/dp/B01JAGMF8O
8-piece juicer blender comes complete with a high torque power base, 1x extractor blade, 1x tall cup (680ml), 1x short cup (511ml), 1x handled comfort lip ring, 1x stay-fresh lid, a user manual with recipes and a Pocket Nutritionist.
Yes and if people don't read and obey the instructions for use how is the product defective. e.g. one person got burnt using hot liquids when the instruction clearly stat never use hot liquids, people putting ice in when the instructions say never use ice cubes and the item being left unattended when it clearly states never leave unattended and not to run for more than 60 seconds.
For goodness sake! Are you incapable of using the internet yourself? Try using this webpage called 'google' and then typing in nutribullet and class action to see for yourself instead of wasting everyones time with snide comments !
Stop talking bollo cks. I already said you can get more powerful blenders at a cheaper price than the Nutribullet. You're just paying for the brand name.
Yes it's a high powered blender but that is what you need for smoothie making, a cheaper lower lower powered blender will not give good results just like a road sweeper will not move the snow. Show us the proof of this statement, or did you make it up?
Thanks for this! My last one finally ceased after 3 years as I used it at least 5 times a week excellent value for money. I use it to make soups as well, although it struggles a little with frozen fruit ( just leave to thaw a little now) I could get the 900w reduced to £45 from Debenhams but prefer this size overall...