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Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Mon Jan 19, 2015 12:49 pm

Didn't know if this should be here or in Food and Drink.

Anyhow,we have been using a Nutribullet in the UK to juice for a good few months now and Mrs N would like to know if they are available in the shops to buy in Spain.
We won't be in Spain for long next time so mail order is out of the question.
Has anybody bought one in Spain?
If so where and how much?
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby chrissiehope » Mon Jan 19, 2015 2:32 pm

Don't know how big they are, but could you buy in UK and take out to Spain in the suitcase ?
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Mon Jan 19, 2015 2:56 pm

Chrissie,we normally travel with just cabin luggage,Nutribullet is very heavy,it's metal.
It is possible that it isn't sold in spain so may have to get an alternative but this thing works really well.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Sandramay » Mon Jan 19, 2015 3:14 pm

less than 3Kg ............... I agree they are great :thumbup:
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby costakid » Mon Jan 19, 2015 8:50 pm

We use one daily in Uk and looked in Spain for one without success. I have been told El Corte Ingles sell a similar version but we prefer the NutriBullet.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Ama » Mon Jan 19, 2015 11:28 pm

Is this what you are looking for: http://www.latiendaencasa.es/batidora-d ... A11548118/. This online shop belongs to El Corte Inglés.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Tue Jan 20, 2015 12:19 am

Yes,that's the chap Ama,and a very good price too.Thank you very much.
I wonder if I could order and collect from El Corte Ingles?

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby quebin » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:43 am

You can also opt to pick up in a local Supercor supermarket if you have one.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Tue Jan 20, 2015 12:48 pm

That's just the ticket,thank you everyone for your replies,most helpful.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby costakid » Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:18 pm

Interesting. We paid £99 for ours online with no discounts offered. Sounds cheap for Spain.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Tue Jan 20, 2015 4:02 pm

I thnk i paid £89.00 in john Lewis,i previously attempted to buy ty on JL online as a Black Friday special but they were out of stock and I think it was about £75.00 so the spanish price is excellent.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Lyric » Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:55 pm

The Spanish one has no blades :lol:

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Tue Jan 20, 2015 8:52 pm

Yes,you have to cut fruit And veg on the chopping board,put it in the bowl and shake really hard!

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby ninamh » Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:29 pm

Those are brilliant. I brought mine from Norway. Same price. Use it every day.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Devils Advocate » Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:05 pm

Guys, are there different types of Nutribullet? OH's also been told how good these are and fancies one now...........I wonder how much better it'll be than our current blender?

Anyhow we were in town yesterday lunchtime and there was one in a kitchen shop but it was £220.

On the official bullet website it states £99.99 and that's that............so what was this dearer one then, never had time to stop and ask?
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Easy to clean??
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Sandramay » Wed Feb 04, 2015 4:33 pm

mine was £99 on line and included extra recipe book. There is only one genuine Nutribullet that I know of. I've had mine about ten months. excellent, and so easy to clean. Having tried my daughter's I soon gave away my juicer ........... no comparison. It does exactly what it says in the advert ............. and makes amazing gazpacho :D
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Nimrod » Wed Feb 04, 2015 4:44 pm

DA,as far as I know there is only one Nutribullet and the regular price is just under £100.00 although it can be bought cheaper.
i think someone might be trying to make a buck.
Very easy to clean.just a lid with built in cutters and a plastic jar.Easy.No washing out or dismantling of machinery.

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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Devils Advocate » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:19 pm

Thanks for that info. guys, great to know it's easily cleaned. Current machine is a bit of a chore to get spotless.

Anyhow an update, I now see they do a 600w version and a 900w. The latter being £149 on Nutribullets website.

I'm now thinking the one we saw yesterday was the 900w model bundled with a load of extras (which we'd probably never use).

Went to the local supermarkets and all sold out anyway, they seem to be popular. I'll probably order one online now.

What wattage are yours guys please? If 600w and you reckon it's ok then I'll just but the one with the best deal on it.
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Sandramay » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:49 pm

Right just found my receipt :- mine is the 600 series, bought from High Street TV Web www.highstreettv.com Included Nutribullet + Natural healing book and natural healing recipe book £85.18 plus vat = £99.99 with the machine you get the motor, blade, separate milling blade (good for seeds, nuts, spices, herbs etc.) two smaller goblets, larger goblet, lids, handles. No I have no commercial interest with the company but it is seldom I have ever been completely satisfied and non critical of any piece of kitchen equipment. hope this helps DA :thumbup:
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Re: Nutribullet

Postby Devils Advocate » Thu Feb 05, 2015 12:09 pm

Thanks Sandra for that. Finding one turned into an interesting mission.

Phoned all the usual suspects Tesco,Asda,Currys,Argos and the rest as I wanted to pick one up as opposed to ordering online...............no joy, all sold out.

Looked on the Costco website as I was going there this morning but they didn't seem to stock them.
Went to Costco anyway and just got back, the shelves were full of them...........on offer too :?

The lady said for future reference "take no notice of the UK website, It bears no resemblance to what's in the store"..........ah well :mrgreen:

So, I picked up the 600 deluxe 14 piece item. It had 2 free books with it and what they call a "colossal cup" with a flip lid which will store a litre. Deal price was £89 so not bad really.............and Costco are the best shop in the land to buy from, no quibble swaps and money back whenever you may need it.

So off to get some fruit now.............giz a recipe that's good!!!

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