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Best Juicer Reviews

Updated on January 20, 2011

Best 4 Juicers

Best 4 Juicers

Here's a brief review of the four most popular juicers. They share these common features:

1) Makes juice fast

2) No pulp in the juice

3) Easy clean-up

4) Built strong for long use

The 4 juicers are:

1) Hamilton Beach 67650 Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor

2) Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain

3) Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor

4) Oster 3186 Juice-n-Serve 27-Ounce Automatic Citrus Juicer


Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro

Hamilton Beach 67650 Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor

The juicer has the highest rated horsepower motor at this price. The official designation is the Hamilton Beach 67650 Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor.

Here are the best features of this juice extractor:

1) Low price

2) Big and powerful motor

3) Extra-fine strainer

4) Smooth juice with no pulp

Extra-Fine Strainer Means No Pulp or Seeds

The extra fine strainer assures no fruit or vegetable pieces in your juice. That means no picking seeds from your teeth.

This juicer makes juice fast. It will juice up carrots, apples, pears and grapes and pour a smooth juice. The pulp is fine and dry, meaning there’s not a bit of juice wasted. Although you can feed a whole cucumber into the feed chute, you’ll need to cut your large apples in half. So pretty near any size produce between the size of a cucumber or a small whole apple will slid down the chew chute - the hole where you feed in the fruit or vegetable.

Oh, and slip a plastic bag in the pulp bin for easier clean-up. So don’t throw out that plastic bag from the grocery store. You can give it a second life as a pulp catcher. That makes cleaning the pulp bin a snap. You also get a brush with this juicer to make cleaning the mesh parts easier.

Clean the Juicer Immediately After Use

Make sure you clean this juicer right away so the pulp doesn’t dry. Some of this stuff will dry nearly hard as cement. That means soaking, chipping away, soak more, blah, blah, blah. It’s too much work to think about. So clean after juicing.

The best way to use this juicer is to first process your juice. Then slide it in the fridge to cool. While your juice is cooling, clean out the pulp container, dry everything and then reassemble. It all goes back together easily and only takes a few minutes.

Now fetch your glass from the fridge and sit back and enjoy a tall, cool glass of healthy and nutritious juice.

The juicer is a bit noisy. So is a jet taking off but both get you where you want to go.

Breville 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain

Breville 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain

This Breville juicer is fast. The juice extractor has the centrifugal power to give you a glass of juice in 5 seconds. The official designation is the Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain.

Here are the best features of this juice extractor:

1) Fast. An 8oz. glass of juice in 5 seconds

2) 14,000 RPM cutting blades for maximum extraction

3) Juices 1.5 quarts of apple juice before the pulp collector needs to be emptied.

Takes the Whole Pineapple - No Peeling Needed

The inner workings of this Breville have been highly tuned so that a pineapple can be juiced with the rind on. That means no peeling. That’s less prep work. The 14,000 RPM operating speed insures that everything is pulped.

From preparing the veggies or fruit, making your juice and finally cleaning up the juicer and reassembling it, you’re done in about 15 minutes. Comes with a brush and spatula to make clean-up fast.

Be aware that this is a tall juicer. Find the right space in your kitchen so the Breville is always in view and ready to use. You don’t want to store this juicer in a cupboard. It’s too good to hide away and forget about.

Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite

A Powerful Two Speed Juicer

This Breville juicer has two speeds. One for soft veggies and fruit and the other for harder produce. The official designation is the Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor.

Here are the best features of this juice extractor:

1) Two speeds

2) Gives you an 8 oz. glass of apple juice in less than 5 seconds.

3) 115 knives to cut your produce to tiny pulp

Built in Smart Chip Regulates Power

This Breville juicer is for serious juicing. It’s a two speed machine, with the 6,500 RPM low speed for soft produce like cucumbers, tomatoes, berries and oranges. The 13,000 RPM high speed is for harder produce like carrots and apples.

It has a built-in smart chip that regulates the power to the cutting blades. The more produce you feed in, the more power it delivers. That means you can feed and juice large amounts of produce in literally seconds. There’s a 34 oz. pitcher to catch the juice.

When you’re cleaning it up, you’ll notice the pulp is really dry. That’s because this juicer extracts the juice well. You can run the pulp through again but you’ll only be rewarded with a few extra drops. Hardly worth the cost of the electricity.

The Breville Juice Fountain Elite Comes With a 32 oz Pitcher

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At 6,500 RPM This Breville Juicer Purrs

This rock-solid juice extractor is constructed mostly of stainless steel which means no stained plastic parts. One wipe and it’s clean. It cleans up fast, too. This Breville can be cleaned, dried and reassembled in just a few minutes.

This Breville is like starting up a well-tuned racing engine. (The motor is made in Italy.) At the low 6,500 RPM setting, it purrs. But when needed, it has power galore to juice anything you want to drink. So instead of frustrating yourself by going through two or three cheap juicers that won’t do the job, buy a good one and be done with it. Call it a long-term investment in health and well being.

It stands about 20 inches tall and weighs around 20 pounds, so make sure you have enough counter space to accommodate this juicer.

Margaritaville Straight Ahead

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Oster Juice-N-Serve

This is the only juicer on the market which comes with a free song played inside your head:

Wasted away again in Margaritaville
Searchin’ for my lost shaker of salt...

(Click here to listen to Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville while reading.)

Okay, maybe not everyone hears this song, but this citrus juicer was given the critical mission of juicing limes, lemons and oranges, ingredients for tangy, cool, icy and delicious Margaritas. It’s official name is Oster 3186 Juice-n-Serve 27-Ounce Automatic Citrus Juicer.

Here are the best features of this juice extractor:

1) Low price - less than $20

2) A snap to clean

3) Detachable pitcher for pouring

4) Sings a song in your head while juicing

Easy Enough for Kids to Use

This is a “four glasses of juice” machine. Oster warns not to juice more than four minutes at a time. If you plan to juice crates of citrus for the gang to make Margaritas, buy a workhorse juicer like the one above. Use this juicer the way it’s recommended and it will last.

Your kids can have a ball making their own juice. You cut the orange in half. Then young people can juice the orange by pressing down on the extractor. Lift up and press down again and the juicer reverses, extracting every possible drop of juice.

It’s equipped with a pulp and seed separator and an automatic on and off switch. Has a detachable 27 oz. pitcher for easy pouring and serving around the breakfast table. And you won’t wake up the house with this citrus juicer. It’s quiet. Also small in size. A little running water takes care of cleaning.

Designed for oranges, tangerines, limes, lemons and similar fruits. This citrus juicer is not really made for juicing a large grapefruit unless you’re determined and hear this song in your head:

Wasted away again in Margaritaville
Searchin’ for my lost shaker of salt...


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