If there's one thing we've had our eye on for a while, it's a state-of-the-art blender from none other than NutriBullet — the nation's favourite brand for personal and full-sized blenders. The ultimate tool for making smoothies and more.
Often costing anywhere between £30 and £250, it's not the sort of item you buy on the whim. But don't fret, because one of the world's biggest shopping extravaganza's has finally arrived - Amazon Prime Day - meaning we're in for some serious savings. And this year, it's looking like the e-tailer has reduced the price of a number of NutriBullet favourites.
Here's a few standout deals we've noticed so far:
NUTRiBULLET 900W Blender — reduced to £82.00 (originally £89.99, saving 9%)
NUTRiBULLET 600 Series — reduced to £60.00 (originally £69.99, saving 14%)
NutriBullet 1485 Magic Bullet 4pc Blender — reduced to £27.99 (originally £29.99, saving 7%)
NutriBullet 01515 Centrifugal Juicer — reduced to £80.00 (originally £99.99, saving 20%)
NUTRiBULLET Rx Blender and Food Processor — reduced to £126.00 (originally £139.99, saving 10%)
NutriBullet Magic Kitchen Express, Food Processor & Chopper — reduced to £47.99 (originally £69.99, saving 31%)
The blenders — which are loved by pretty much everyone that uses them — come individually, or in sets.
The starter kit, which is down from £59.99 to £47.99, comes with everything you need to knock together the greatest blended concoctions: a travel cup (tall), extractable blade and of course the smoothie making machine itself.
How does it work? Like most blenders, it uses cyclonic action, designed to burst open seeds, crack through stems, and shred tough skins, to get the most out of your fruit and vegetables. Now, who's for a smoothie?
Amazon Prime Day FAQs
When is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon has confirmed that Prime Day will take place over two days. The first discounts will launch at 00.01 on Tuesday 12 July, with offers running until 23.59 on Wednesday 13 July.
How does Amazon Prime Day work?
You need to be an Amazon Prime Member to get access to the deals. If you're yet to register, you can sign up for Amazon Prime's free 30-day trial. After the free trial runs out, it’s £7.99 a month.
Typically, there are two types of Amazon Prime Day deals:
Lightning fast deals (deals which are activated at a specific time and last until the stock of that particular product runs out completely)
24/48 hour deals (deals that last for a full day, or two)
There's no calling which products will get what type of deal, so you'll have to stay on the lookout for the best price-cuts.
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