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Hurom HU-100 Slow Juicer Review - Best Juicer For The Money

Updated on April 29, 2019
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Juicing is fun with the Hurom HU-100 Slow Juicer with Cookbook which takes a lot of the hard work out of getting healthy. While not cheap at $330, the motor of this extremely durable and efficient slow-juicer is covered by a 10 year warranty so you can buy with confidence knowing you wont need to replace it any time soon.

Available on Amazon since 2009, the Hurom HU-100 Slow Juicer with Cookbook has an average 4 star rating out of 5 from 207 reviews. Simple to use and clean, with no potentially dangerous sharp blades, it is also very safe.

Anyone who wants to better their diet will really like what this machine has to offer. Operating on just 150 watts of power, this economical to run, environmentally-friendly juicer is far more efficient than a lot of others that use far more power.

Pros And Cons


· Ingredients can be added easily thanks to its self-feeding feature.

· Very efficient, it extracts a lot of juice.


· While pricey, it is worth paying extra for.

Compact at 9 3/4"x 6 3/4" and with a height of 15 3/4", the Hurom HU-100 Slow Juicer with Cookbook, is available in either black, white or silver.

Very quiet during operation, this robust, lightweight juicer offers the outstanding level of performance masticating single auger juice extractors are known for, without taking up the space that most centrifugal juicers do.

Using an updated and improved version of the very popular single auger model, it slowly and efficiently extracts juice from vegetables, fruit, wheat grass and soy as no other single auger design juicer can.

Eight times stronger than a regular auger, the auger in this Hurom Slow Juicer is manufactured from GE Ultem.

Equipped with Dual Stage Juicing, this handy and money-saving feature crushes then squeezes your ingredients before ejecting the pulp, producing a high juice yield. With no separation or froth that is prevalent with many other juice extractors, the juice this extractor produces tastes better.

Its convenient self-cleaning feature saves time and effort. Simply add water to the vessel, allow it to run through, then juice your next ingredient.

Accessories that come with this device include a fine and a coarse screen, a screen holder that self-cleans, pulp ejection plugs, 2 x 50 ounce capacity juicing cups, a cleaning brush, a tamper, an easy to understand instruction manual and a great recipe book entitled "100 Gourmet Recipes for the Slow Juicer".

If you're serious about committing to a healthier diet, the Hurom HU-100 Slow Juicer with Cookbook, is a great place to start. This very durable machine should last you a life-time. Easy to use, the foam-free juice it produces tastes great.

Hurom HU-100 Masticating Juicer Review

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