shakers

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  1. goldgranny

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    Those Shaking Beakers?? Help please.

    Just reading some past messages. I would love a shaking beaker ! Going to work with my blender and then making it up in the staff kitchen when its full is a real pain. I saw some on e-bay but then when I read the feed-back it said it wasn't any good with lipotrim, left lots of lumps. I get my mixes sent directly to my dr's. Any idea how I would get one ??
    Anne-marie
     
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    You might be able to get one from your local chemist, It doesnt have to be a lipotrim one. Im wondering if maybe slim fast does a shaker??
    Good luck getting one Granny x:)
     
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    I got mine in the chemist it has a mesh insert to help break up the lumps and it works well and you get a good work out for your arms:D

    You would probably find them in the kitchen department of stores.

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  6. goldgranny

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    Thank you girls, my manager in work is a herbalife whatsit, I'll ask her about that shaker.
    Anne-marie
     
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    Hi there - I'm stunned by the prices of the two shakers mentioned so far.....

    See if you can find the Lock & Lock Shaker (with lump-sieve thingummy) - I buy lots of them from Lakeland in Bluewater for my clients and they were £1.85 last time I bought them....

    Just don't try to use them with either hot or fizzy water....(oooh - horrible memories!!)
     
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    Thanks for that information Lesley as that is a good price alright.

    They are very expensive here as well to buy.

    Love Mini xxx
     
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    Hi.

    The herbalife shaker is so expensive. :(

    Get the Lock&Lock one, I have those and they have changed my life and experience of Cambridge DIet. The one I have costs £1.50, you can buy them at Lakeland Limited, Debenhams etc.....

    If you don't have any near you, PM me and I'll see what I can do to help.
     
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    Hi Cah-Ching - that's even better! Could you let me know where I can get them at £1.50? Thanks.
     
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    was just reading the tread about the lady wanting a shaker for her shakes looked on lakeland limited website on page 22/23 in catalogue selling for 1.99+ 3.95 p&p

    sorry couldnt find original thread xxxx
     
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    I got mine from Holland and Barrett for £3.95 - slightly more expensive, but works a treat :D
     
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    not really more exp if you take into consideration the p&p
     
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    Hey Kitty, I found the original thread!! :D
     
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    wondered where mine was !!! lol
    just found some in argos under health suppliment bit £5.99
     
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    Yeah bit pricey, but nice to know you can grab them from there if needed ;)
     
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    Well to tell you the truth any shaker can work very well! I actually put some water in my 750ml water bottle, approx 300ml or a bit less and then I just pour the Cambridge diet powder in! Then I shake well and there are no lumps. The only bad thing is that a water bottle doesn't have a big opening, so it takes me 2 minutes trying to pour the powder in! I really need to get a shaker soon! A cheap one!
     
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