German discounter supermarket Aldi has announced the launch of a budgetary own brand choice to the Nutribullet, one of the top selling fruit blenders in the World. One can buy the Aldi blender for as low as £29.99, which is exactly £30 less than the premium brand. The Aldi’s variant is named Nutrient Blender, which sounds identical to the original Nutribullet. What more, the looks are also very similar to the original product.
It has a 700w motor – comparable to the Nutribullet – and comes with a large blending cup, two smaller blending cups, two travel lids, handles and different blades for milling and blending. There’s a choice of three colours – red, champagne or grey – so you can coordinate your blender with your kitchen.
Aldi is not the only budget choice when it comes to Nutribullet. Kenwood Smoothie 2 Go Sport (£23), Russell Hobbs Mix and Go (£25), Breville Blend Active VBL096 (£29), The Magic Bullet (£40), Salter Nutri Pro (£49) and Cooks Professional Nutriblend (£49) are some of the popular other budgetary choices for the health concussions.