This Ninja smoothie maker is (almost) at its lowest price ever

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The best blenders make blitzing fruit into smoothies and pureeing vegetables into soups an easy task – but they can be a pricey purchase so a good blender deal is always welcome. 

In the UK, Amazon has slashed 23% off the price of the Ninja Blender with Auto-iQ reducing it to £69 from £89.99. A saving that’s just £2.50 less than those we saw on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. (Not in the UK? Scroll down for the smart light bulb deals in your region.)  

Today's best Ninja Blender with Auto-iQ deal in the UK

Ninja Blender with Auto-iQ BN495UK: £89.9

Ninja Blender with Auto-iQ BN495UK: £89.99 £69.00 at Amazon
Amazon has knocked more than £20 off the cost of this smoothie maker, which comes with two presets to ensure making soups and smoothies is as simple as possible. This is almost the lowest price we’ve ever seen for the blender - on Black Friday we saw a saving that was just £2.50 more, but this is still a good offer and it won’t last long - so snap up this blender deal now

The Ninja Blender with Auto-iQ is a personal blender, which is also known as a smoothie maker, although it can be used for soups, sauces and dips just as a full size blender would.  It comes with two 700ml single-serve cups, which can be removed from the blender with the blade still attached. The blade can also be swapped for one of the included to-go lids so you don’t even have to decant the smoothie before you enjoy it.

This Ninja personal blender has a 1,000w motor that, combined with the sharp blade, made light work of blitzing fruits, as well as nuts, seeds and even ice in our tests. We did find the personal blender was noisy, measuring in at 99dB when blending a berry smoothie. However, as you’ll only hear the sound for short bursts at a time, we think this level is acceptable. 

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Carrie-Ann Skinner

Carrie-Ann Skinner was formerly Homes Editor at TechRadar, and has more than two decades of experience in both online and print journalism, with 13 years of that spent covering all-things tech. Carrie specializes in smart home devices such as smart plugs and smart lights, as well as large and small appliances including vacuum cleaners, air fryers, stand mixers, and coffee machines. Carrie is now a copy editor at PWC.