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[Costco] NutriBullet 12-piece Nutrition Extractor - $49.99 IN STORE / $54.99 ONLINE

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[Costco] NutriBullet 12-piece Nutrition Extractor - $49.99 IN STORE / $54.99 ONLINE

NutriBullet 12-piece Nutrition Extractor
Item 3300002
Model NBR1202P


Product $69.99
Less $15.00
ONLINE SALE Price = $54.99


This was on sale around Black Friday time for the same price, I think. In store was $49.99 if I recall so I'll update here if anyone can confirm in store price.

CONFIRMED: $49.99 in store


Includes:
Powerful 600 W motor base
Extractor blade
Milling blade
710 mL (24 oz.) cup
533 mL (18 oz.) cup
533 mL (18 oz.) handled cup
Cup ring
Handled cup ring
Solid lids
User guide
Recipe book
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600w. Just don't expect to blend any ice or frozen fruit
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dotsthewarlock wrote: 600w. Just don't expect to blend any ice or frozen fruit
Works absolutely fine with frozen ice and fruits. I've had the same one since 2012 and it works great still to this day.
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I called my local Costco (Vaughan*) and they said it's on sale for $49.99 in store.
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Is it powerful enough to make cashew cream ? Something like that :

I want to stay away from full size blender, there is so much waste and clean-up.
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dotsthewarlock wrote: 600w. Just don't expect to blend any ice or frozen fruit
Even the less powerful original Magic Bullet blends both fine.
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The 900watt nutribullet pro is what you want to be able to crush seeds for a smoothie. Most blenders ignore seeds like chia seeds completely, and even the good ones will have a lot of trouble with blackberry and strawberry seeds.
When it comes to seeds Vitamix is the best, blendtech and nutribullet are behind but still much better than regular blenders.
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LaurentD88313 wrote: Is it powerful enough to make cashew cream ? Something like that :

I want to stay away from full size blender, there is so much waste and clean-up.
Looking at the video im pretty sure a blender from the dollar store could handle that. You soak the cashews for at least 2 hours so they're likely quite mushy and there's a ton of liquid
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I’ve had the 900 or 9000 (forgot what it’s called) for over 2 years now. Used it daily. Sometimes twice a day. Crushed ice, frozen fruit, nuts, mainly for morning smoothies.

Best purchase of 2017. Got it when Walmart was clearing them out for $50. Would buy again a+++++
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Mine has been working great for frozen fruits and smoothies and still going strong.
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Out of stock online but I was in store and they are $49.99 as confirmed by another poster above. They had plenty at my nearest Costco location so I assume other stores will also have many in stock.
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DarkReaper wrote: Saw about 50 in store for $49.99.
It would help others if you named the location.
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gfnstew wrote: Out of stock online but I was in store and they are $49.99 as confirmed by another poster above. They had plenty at my nearest Costco location so I assume other stores will also have many in stock.
And the location of that store is????
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dotsthewarlock wrote: 600w. Just don't expect to blend any ice or frozen fruit
My $20 Oster blender can blend frozen fruit and ice, it smells like burning plastic, but it does the job.
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leovee1 wrote: And the location of that store is????
Thorncliffe (Toronto)

I assume all the stores have a fairly large amount of stock.
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leovee1 wrote: It would help others if you named the location.
Mississauga Dundas location

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