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    Default A Thermomix AND a NutriBullet... Silly?

    I really want a NutriBullet as I absolutely love smoothies. I (well, Mum, but we live with her) also have a Thermomix. I've never made a smoothie in it but I know that they obviously can make them but the thermie is so big, it'd be almost a waste to make up a single serve smoothie.

    Has anyone got both? Or both of something similar? Do you regret it?

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    Just use the thermie. Its really easy to clean, basically just a rinse and wipe after a smoothie

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    I agree with PP

    The thermomix is deceptively easy to clean so I'd just use that.

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    I got a knock off NutriBullet at the Reject Shop 12 months ago. It was $25. It's awesome, still going strong. I use it daily, always with ice cubes in it and it crushes thm easily. I saw them there again just before Christmas. I think it's called the Highlander Rocketblender or something.

    I could justify that price with a thermie.

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    Thanks ladies. I've got a k mart version of a NutriBullet but it just doesn't cut it for me.

    Guess I better make friends with the thermie lol.


 

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