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    Is it worth the buy or can I get something similar that does the job?
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    I have one. They're basically a glorified blender but are super easy to wash up (I hate washing up) and really powerful.

    I absolutely love mine and I think they're worth it if you're going to blend icy stuff or tough vegetables. Otherwise there are cheaper alternatives
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    (Original post by secretheartpanda)
    Is it worth the buy or can I get something similar that does the job?
    No I used it for 6 months before it started breaking apart.

    I would advise you buy a Ninjabullet instead more reliable and lasts a lot longer.
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    (Original post by Professor Oak)
    I have one. They're basically a glorified blender but are super easy to wash up (I hate washing up) and really powerful.

    I absolutely love mine and I think they're worth it if you're going to blend icy stuff or tough vegetables. Otherwise there are cheaper alternatives
    I am planning on buying one next week from John Lewis. I am trying to lose weight and would like to use something to blend frozen veg, fruit, ice etc.
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    (Original post by Ya Dunno)
    No I used it for 6 months before it started breaking apart.

    I would advise you buy a Ninjabullet instead more reliable and lasts a lot longer.
    Really, I will check it out. Didn't you get the guarantee?

    Check it out: http://www.johnlewis.com/nutribullet...abinfo-ratings
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    (Original post by secretheartpanda)
    Really, I will check it out. Didn't you get the guarantee?

    Check it out: http://www.johnlewis.com/nutribullet...abinfo-ratings
    Yeah check it out, it's called Nutri Ninja Bullet, it blends just about anything even ice.

    With the Nutribullet you can only blend at 600 watts, but the Ninja blends at 1500 watts, plus you change the speed at which you want to go, but the Nutri has only one speed.

    So go with the Nutri Ninja rather than Nutribullet.

    Yeah I got 1 years warranty on mine, but best to go with quality to be on the safe side.
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    What you need is a Blendtec. They blend practically anything, even magnets.

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