One of the perks of being a Froothie ambassador is that I get the chance to review their new kitchen gadgets. Their latest gadget – the Optimum Vac 2 Air Vacuum Blender – has been creating quite a buzz on social media so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on one and see what all the fuss was about. A shiny, new Vac 2 landed on my doorstep just over a week ago and I’ve already used it multiple times to make smoothies, juices, sauces, soups and chia puddings.
In today’s post, I thought I’d share the lowdown on this new blender and what sets it apart from other blenders. I’ll also share what I’m loving about the blender as well as any first impression niggles.
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For the past three years, I’ve been using a Froothie Optimum 9400 blender at home. It’s by far the best blender that I’ve owned and since I was so impressed with it, I became a Froothie Ambassador. You can check out my review of the 9400 blender and my special reader offers here.
This Summer, I was contacted by Froothie and asked whether I would like to test their newest blender – the Optimum Nutri Force Extractor. The timing couldn’t have been more perfect. My family was about to embark on a road trip to France for a three-week self-catering vacation. I’d been contemplating taking a blender so that we could make our own daily smoothies, rather than buying them in cafes like we usually do (thus saving us about 15 euros a day!) My 9400 is a bit big and heavy for travel, but the Nutri Force Extractor sounded just perfect. It’s smaller, much lighter (3.4kg), yet has a powerful 1000W motor. It comes with 450ml and 1 litre size cups, so perfect for single and two-person smoothies.
In terms of specification, the Nutri Force Extractor is probably most similar to the Nutribullet 1000, though it has a few additional features. Continue reading “Optimum Nutri Force Extractor Review and Reader Offer”