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Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor

Updated on May 29, 2012

I was searching for a healthy way, to start drinking juice in the morning. The doctor said if I started to use a juicer in the morning I could begin to lose weight. But, finding one was a different story altogether. But, my sister had turned me onto the Hamilton Beach 67650 Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor. It is a large juicer and just what I needed to make some healthy choices in my diet.

So, I ordered it, and when I received it, I wanted to try it right away. But, I needed to go to the grocery store for some fresh fruits and vegetables. On the juicer, I noticed it said it had a 1.1 horsepower motor, WOW! That is like a small dirt bike waiting to go. So, following the directions I cut the fruit and vegetables into fourths and started lowering them in the juicer. It immediately started making juice out of every last part of fruits and vegetables that I put in there. What was even better was that there was no pulp, some people like it, I just do not prefer it. So, I was able to get a terrific juice drink from the fruits and vegetables that I had gotten in there. It even tasted fantastic, much better than the sugar and preservatives from juices at the store.

The system accommodates anything from pineapple, melon, apples, oranges, and grapes to tomatoes, celery stalks, cucumbers, carrots, spinach, and more. So, there is no shortage of the type of juices I am limited to. It has a marvelous 3 inch large mouth on it that can be used to accommodate large produce. Once you slide it in simple push down on the head and allow the juice to start flowing.

It comes with stainless steel blades that are able to cut up almost any produce you are able to put in there. Along with the stainless steel masher it will always bring out the greatest juices available. The pulp form the vegetables get directed to another shoot that provides for easy disposal. Then the machine comes apart quickly and easily, and I can store it in the dishwater for fast and easy cleanup. I highly recommend the Hamilton Beach 67650 Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor who are searching for easier ways to stay, healthy.


1. Stainless steel blades

2. Large 3 inch mouth to accommodate large and small vegetables

3. Dishwasher safe components

4. Stainless steel masher

5. Cast metal locks to secure the produce while chopping

6. Side pulp dispenser

7. 20 ounce juice holder

8. 1 Year guaranteed Warranty


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