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    Default Nutribullet???

    Hi everyone,

    Is it really worth $289?
    Is there any products on the market that do the same thing as well as the bullet?

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    I got a nutribullet as a gift, I actually didn't realise how much it cost Til I read your post! I love it! We use it at least once a day, usually more. We used to have a blender but it didn't make our green smoothies nearly as smooth as the nutribullet.

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    U can use the regular bullet. Can pick one up for $60

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    I have a Cuisenart one that is similar to the nutribullet. Cost about $125. I use it a lot and it also has a jug that is good for soups and purees as well as 4 individual smoothie cups.

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    We had an older bullet one and when it broke we replaced it with a George Foreman mix n go. Cost us about $30 at Myer. I actually prefer the GF as it has better containers for smoothies etc. Still good for baby food. Target also stock them.

    http://www.georgeforeman.com.au/products/417

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkandSandy View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Is it really worth $289?
    Is there any products on the market that do the same thing as well as the bullet?


 

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