Attention, smoothie lovers: this £60 smoothie maker is going for £15 at Superdrug

A £60 smoothie maker for £15? Yes, at Superdrug Black Friday. We'd be quick if we were you

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Have you been looking into getting a smoothie maker but are put off by the prices? Let's be honest here: as pleasant as smoothies are, the idea of spending north of £50 on one can be enough to make you rethink. The trouble is, cheaper smoothie makers typically can't cope with anything put peeled, de-seeded fruit and veg, which means you're missing out on a lot of highly nutritious fibre (you may as well go for a juicer instead).

Along comes Black Friday, and suddenly, the amazing JML Nutriblitzer Smoothie and Shake Blender (opens in new tab) is on sale...for £15. Yes – fifteen pounds, down from £60. Now that's what we call a deal. Scroll to find out about the deal – and more about this clever gadget.

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JML Nutriblitzer Smoothie and Shake Blender | Was £60, now £15 members only Black Friday deal (opens in new tab)

This is one serious smoothie blender: it's so powerful that it will pulverise seeds, rind, leaves, and stems. Basically, you can put the whole fruit or veg into your smoothie and enjoy the maximum benefit from the vitamins that are often at their highest concentration in the rind/skin. And the price is incredible. Please note that'll you'll need to sign up for Superdrug membership in order to get the smoothie maker at this price.

Why should you consider the Nutriblitzer? This is one powerful device, its steel blades moving at over 19,000 rpm. In practice, this means you can throw just about anything in there and it'll cope. Anyone who's tried adding kale/fennel/apples with seeds to a smoothie will know the challenges of making a fibre-rich smoothie. This gets everything perfectly smooth and tasty in seconds. Try adding some almonds to your smoothie for extra nutrition and flavour.

Anna is Content Editor at Real Homes. She moved to the world of interiors from academic research in the field of English Literature and photography. She is the author of London Writing of the 1930s and has a passion for contemporary home decor and gardening. At Real Homes, she covers a range of topics, from practical advice to interior and garden design.