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willdogs 17 22 March 8, 2014 at 11:42 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Last Edited by willdogs March 8, 2014 at 11:55 PM
Hi All
Just picked up a new Nutribullet today at my local Costco. Looks like the manufacturer has added a $15.00 instant coupon this week bringing the original $89.49 price down to $74.49

Buy on-line or in-store
http://www.costco.com/NutriBullet...reId=10301

14-piece Set Includes:

High-torque Power Base
1 Extractor Blade
1 Milling Blade
1 Oversized Cup
1 Tall Cup
2 Short Cups
1 Handled Lip Ring
1 Regular Lip Ring
1 Flip-top To-go Lid
2 Stay-fresh Resealable Lids
User Manual & Cookbook
Pocket Nutritionist
Added value: Natural Healing Foods Book

Features:

Busts open seeds
Cracks through stems
Shreds tough skins
Breaks down even the toughest ingredients to unlock the vital nutrition inside
UL Listed
1-yr limited warranty
Made in China

Specifications:

Wattage Output: 600 Watts
Number of Speeds: 1
Capacity (volume): 3 Cups
Appliance Capabilities: Shredder, Blends, Grinds, Chops
Material: Plastic (BPA-Free)
Care and Cleaning: Dishwasher Safe Parts
Dimensions: 7.4" W x 14.25" H x 17.8" D
Weight: 8.3 lbs


Model: NBR-1401


$15 manufacturer's discount is valid 3/06/14 through 3/30/14. While supplies last.


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These things are great.
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link states "The requested URL /NutriBullet®-Deluxe-14-piece-Blender-Set-with-Extractor-Blade.product.100080669.html was not found on this server."

edit - meh, site is temporarily down
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These things are great.

Really? I bought one and returned it. What do you find attractive about it?

To me it seemed like a cheap blender. It heated up everything i tried putting in there. When the thing's your "nutriblasting" are coming out warm it is killing the nutrients and breaking them down before you get a chance to get to drink them or get any benefit. Maybe im just a juice man but i like my breville juicer. I feel like im getting more nutrition that way because of the way the nutrients are extracted. Rather than getting a fibrous warm drink like i was getting with a nutri bullet im getting cold to room temp (depending how cold the veggies or fruits were before juicing) nice refreshing juice thats not chunky at all. One downside of a juicer is there is a lot of dry fiber waste but that can always be saved and used for stocks or something.

Just didnt seem worth it to me but i think i will stick to my juicer, but to each his own.

Also for those still interested in this costco sells the magic bullet which to me seemed exactly like the nutri bullet (made by the same people) but it came with everything the nutribullet did + more for 44$ so take a look and make that decision for yourself.
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Last edited by Rebel_IR March 9, 2014 at 12:38 AM.
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@Rebel_IR - that was my big problem with juicing exactly. I was getting all the liquid from the fruits and vegetables, but none of the fiber. I couldnt help but feel like my juicing wasnt a close replacement for actually consuming fruits and vegetables. With the Nutri-Bullet, I normally include kale, apples, pineapple, blueberries, and half of a frozen banana. I guess the addition of the frozen banana keeps my drinks cool as I have yet to experience the heat-up you describe. To each his own...but our juicer hasnt come out of the cabinet since the Nutri-bullet arrived.
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Will Kohls price match this? look around
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Rebel_IR I have owned a NutriBullet for over a year now and I have never had anything come out WARM. What exactly are you doing to make that happen? Are you blending the stuff more than 30 seconds? My typical smoothie takes approx 5-10 seconds (if that) to blend thoroughly. If you're adding enough liquid to fill in the tall container, (youre supposed to fill liquid to the MAX fill line AFTER all the veggies and fruit etc. are in there) it is never chunky.

Here is a typical smoothie I would make and probably one I will make right now.

Handful of spinach
2 garlic cloves
1 serrano pepper
5-10 leafs of arugula
teaspoon of raw flawseed
1 banana
1 scoop of Whey Protein powder
cold water from the refrigerator filled to the fill line

blend 5-10 seconds and SERVE.

It is cold and not chunky. If you follow my instructions and you get different results, then you are doing it WRONG!

Also the Magic Bullet is a POS compared to the Nutribullet. This was one of the reasons I was hesitant to buy a Nutribullet in the first place as I assumed it was pure garbage like the Magic Bullet was/is. It took some heavy convincing from a family member that swore by it, and I have been singing the praise of the NutriBullet ever since.

I do juice less now after the NutriBullet as I dreaded the cleanup factor of juicing and the waste of all the fiber. I did recently buy an Omega 8006 juicer for the benefits of it being a masticating type but it takes forever and still has the cleanup factor and the fiber waste. For the convenience factor alone, the Nutribullet has been a God-send!
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Thanks everyone for the reviews. I previously only had 2 reviews: one Breville and one Nutribullet. Daughter has the fist and loves it for everything. Sister-in-law has the NB and she has been making hubbie shakes for 3 years and he has rarely been healthier overall. He has liver cancer and oncologist originally gave him 1-2 years and now he's going for 4 years. Like someone said, use whatever machine you are happy with but get on the extraction bandwagon. I am heading to Costco's to pick one up for myself and one for expectant daughter. It's a no brainer with Costco return policy and AmEx extra year warranty IMO.

Thanks to OP for posting - reps to you.
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is the 12 piece a better buy from kohls ?

http://www.kohls.com/product/prd-...er-set.jsp

with 30% and Kohls cash?
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If you buy it online there is a $4.99 Shipping charge, so its cheaper if you just buy it at the warehouse unless you don't live close to one
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Quote from Rebel_IR View Post :
Really? I bought one and returned it. What do you find attractive about it?

To me it seemed like a cheap blender. It heated up everything i tried putting in there. When the thing's your "nutriblasting" are coming out warm it is killing the nutrients and breaking them down before you get a chance to get to drink them or get any benefit. Maybe im just a juice man but i like my breville juicer. I feel like im getting more nutrition that way because of the way the nutrients are extracted. Rather than getting a fibrous warm drink like i was getting with a nutri bullet im getting cold to room temp (depending how cold the veggies or fruits were before juicing) nice refreshing juice thats not chunky at all. One downside of a juicer is there is a lot of dry fiber waste but that can always be saved and used for stocks or something.

Just didnt seem worth it to me but i think i will stick to my juicer, but to each his own.

Also for those still interested in this costco sells the magic bullet which to me seemed exactly like the nutri bullet (made by the same people) but it came with everything the nutribullet did + more for 44$ so take a look and make that decision for yourself.

I have used the Nutribullet for years and it has never heated up, I believe you didn't used it properly. All you need is 5-7 seconds and everything gets pulverized.

About the magic bullet being cheaper, it is cheaper because the Magic bullet has a 250 watt motor and the Nutribullet has a 600 watt i.e. the magic bullet can't completely pulverize whatever you put inside
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#12
I love my nutribullet! It is totally worth it. Jump on this deal and start your healthier lifestyle
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#13
1 banana + unsweetened almond milk + coconut and some pineapple.. Smilie 10 secs and Yum!
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#14
walmart had this for $65 few weeks back
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Is the Nutribullet 900 (900 watts) a better purchase?
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