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 Post subject: Re: Dewalt D23650 FAKE??
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I bought a nutri bullet from one of them shopping channels,looked awesome so it did.
It's been used about 3 times and sits proudly in one of my kitchen cupboards along with the George Foreman grill ,the nicer dicer and a steamer..... :lol: :lol:

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Nutri-bullet = hugely expensive blender for the gullible from the looks of it.. :roll: :roll:

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I think I paid 80 quid for it wine-o. It's way more powerful than a blender,it makes nice smoothies and it's supposed to make nice healthy drinks which I've never tried.......
God knows why I bought it,I get hypnotised sometimes when watching qvc or the likes and have made several ridiculous purchases :lol: :lol: :lol:

I did buy some waterless car cleaner made by Williams. Polishes cleans etc,spray on and buff off and it's really good gear,one of my better purchases!

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Healthy drinks?? :dunno:

I try to stick to Cider and Red wine, apples and grapes are 2 of your 5-a-day after all....

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wine~o wrote:

I try to stick to Cider and Red wine, apples and grapes are 2 of your 5-a-day after all....


Malt and Hops are two more, just need a Gherkin with your chips and you're up to six. :wink:

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wine~o wrote:
Nutri-bullet = hugely expensive blender for the gullible from the looks of it.. :roll: :roll:


I thought the same and that's the reason I held off for so long. But the Nutri Bullet has a 600w motor while the cheaper ones have around 200w. My next door neighbour had a cheap one and then bought the NB and told me it's like night and day.

I need to lose some timber anyway so it can only be a good thing.


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