Nutri Ninja Pro BL450NZ (900W) $71.20, Logitech H800 Headset $79.20 @ JB Hi-Fi

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Nutri Ninja Pro BL450NZ (900W) $71.20

Very good price, $8 less than the last deal - see there for discussion/useful comments. Cheaper than the current TGG special for $79 and still $149 on their eBay store. Not quite the cheapest yet but close to it.

Free Pick Up or $6.95 Delivery.

900W motor
2 Sip & Seal™ Lids - to enjoy your Nutri Shots on the go
Nutri Ninja® Cup Sizes: 500ml, 650ml
Dishwasher safe
Pro Extractor Blades
3-Day Jump-Start to Health Guide
BPA-Free containers


Logitech H800 Wireless Headset $79.20 (Was $168)

Previous deals. $106.39 staticICE.


LG GF-5D712BSL 712L Door-in-Door French Door Fridge (Black S/Steel) $3134 (Was $3,688.00

Previous $3436 deal. $3498 TGG, $3396 Billy G.

Comments

  • +2 votes

    This one was voted the best on Americas Test Kitchen. I'm very happy with ours.

  • +1 vote

    Can this be used to chop vegetables like onions etc or would it just turn it into slush?

    • +1 vote

      it will make em juice mmmmm onion juice

      it just has the blending blades at the bottom, there is no slicer that would be needed for veggies

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      Buy a Julienne slicer for under 20 bucks. Amazing product.

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      the fact that you can just tap it and with a bit of finger feeling choose the result.
      It requires the right amount of water and after a bit of practice you choose how thick your health drink will be.

  • +3 votes

    I just got the 1000w version elsewhere. Holy mother of juices.

    It's bloody impressive, however it sounds like hurricane Irma is in my kitchen.

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    Yeah it's loud, but makes smoothies like at Boost in seconds. Pays for itself in a few weeks and you can always do the green smoothie thing too which is better for your health. Just be careful with Kale my system does not agree with it…

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      Pays for itself in a few weeks

      Are you setting up a shop or something?

      Are you OK?

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    Seems a good price

  • +1 vote

    I have one of these and the tabs at the bottom get worn on the cups, and it does the auto locking feature so they dont work. 2/3 cups now toast and i used it maybe 70 times each cup :D

    not sure if others have similar experience. However, i would buy one again.

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      missus used the 2/3rd over 500 times still like new. I had mistakenly screwed up the big one but it survived. Spares are available.

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    Been using a set of H800s for 4 years now and very surprised that the sale price is now more expensive than it was back then.

    Bit sad that Logitech haven't superceeded them with something that has better ear cups (the foam ones don't last too long, but very cheap to get replacements on eBay) and the battery capacity really could use a boost. 6 hours isn't enough these days, they can't even last a work shift.

    Does anyone know of a set that has both Bluetooth and wireless USB like the H800s have? It's been very convienent for me to be able to switch between devices and don't know of another set that can do this.

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    Thanks OP. I've been eyeing the Nutri Ninja Blender System with Auto iQ 682 for a while now and I just rechecked JB Hi Fi for price. It's $223.20. It doesn't have the sale tag, but I'm pretty sure they have it for about $279 normally. The Good Guys has it for $278. Could get Good Guys to price beat too :) Bit of late night shopping spend tonight! :D

  • +1 vote

    Great price on the Nutri Ninja Blender

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    Wow good price. I got one of these a while back and its awesome. Makes amazing smoothies. Is great on carrot/beetroot/seeds/nuts, not gritty at all :)

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    This is a good price but you're better off getting the Ninja auto IQ 1000w off gumtree because there are people that purchase this or get it as a gift and don't use it. I bought one (almost new) with 3 cups for $65. you could find a few around this price range and don't forget to negotiate. Always negotiate!

  • +3 votes

    Love mine - miles better than my Kogan 1400w Blender which are pretty popular. Blends much better, doesn't aerate the drink as much, and most importantly no heat transfers from the base into the drink as it uses a plastic/rubber base, and not metal. Only downside is it has to be constantly held down to operate, unlike the Nutribullet. Bit tingly on the hands, but not a deal breaker, for me anyway.

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      That's why you get the ninja IQ 1000w. I use it almost every night after gym for protein shake and sometimes in the mornings. Put it on the machine and press the pulse button which rotates and stops automatically for around 40s. Very handy if you're busy. Got mine for $65 off gumtree second hand but was almost new. You can find plenty of them on gumtree.

      • -1 vote

        Yeah, you undoubtedly need 1000W of input energy applied for 40 seconds to mix a protein shake, that is not overkill at all.

        Are you OK?

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          Yeah I work at Transport for NSW and value safety. I make sure to stand behind the yellow line on the platform and I mind the gap when boarding/alighting the train so therefore I am OK.

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    Auto-iQ settings produce unique blending patterns for the smoothest result

    What a load of rubbish.

    Are you OK?

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    we bought one not only for its power but it's thick and sharp blades. Had to pay a fortune as an early adopter. Love it!

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    Anyone make hummus in there's?

    I have a Kmart cheapie but it ends up bleeding up the bottom and leaving chickpeas at the top - if that makes sense.

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