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The Most Efficient Juicer Ever!

Updated on October 24, 2014

Why I Love Philips HR Comfort 1843 Juicer/Blender

I’ve been loving my Philips comfort HR1843 Juicer. I never thought a juicer could be as efficient as this brand. My old juicer was not as fast as Philips and could only extract 50 percent of the juice. Philips gives me more juice as it can extract up to 90 percent of the juice which comes out pure and clear. It is not just a juicer but also comes with a blender and a grinder. It was like a jackpot on my part because I purchased this brand new and yet at very cheap price.

Slice of fruits ready for juicing
Slice of fruits ready for juicing

The Efficient Performance of Philips Comfort HR1843

The stainless sieve of Philips Comfort HR1843 is very sharp making the juicing process really easy for me. Even the blender that comes with a filter is just as fast and makes smoothies really pure and smooth. The grinder is also very efficient. I can easily grind nuts for my cooking. Indeed this 3 in one Philips HR1843/55 is a very helpful addition to my kitchen. It is so easy and so simple to assemble and use and even just as easy to disassemble and clean.

Working Very Well

This is the first time I tried Philips brand for a small kitchen appliance. I willingly bought this juicer/blending knowing for a fact that this brand has alreadu created a good name for itself. At the price of onlyPHP3000+ ($67+) which was a very rare 50 percent off deal, I thought it would be so stupid of me if I would not grab this deal. So it was really a wise decision for indeed I was never disappointed. It is working very well. It is now almost 8 months with me and still working like new.

A Rare Good Deal With Philips After Bad Experiences with Imarflex

I bought this Philips Juicer when my Imarflex juicer broke down after only some few months of using it. Imarflex brand has actually disappointed me not just once but thrice. First was with my Imarflex recharge light and then with my Imarflex flat iron. These products broke just as easily as my Imarflex juicer did. So I promised not to buy Imarflex again or any other cheap brands. I came to realize that cheap brands are cheap because they are not durable and could not be better than the more expensive ones. My old Imarflex was only about $25 so I thought it was the reason why it did not last long.

I promised to myself that never would I buy an Imarflex brand again so when I went to shop for a new Juicer I never was interested with Imarflex brand neither was I also interested with Kyowa which is also another cheaper brand. I told the Saleslady that I wanted a good brand even it that would cost me more. Then the Saleslady told me to try Philips brand which according to her is proven and tested to be of high quality. She even told me that they happened to have a monthly sale for few particular products only and during that month, Philips HR1843 Juicer/Blender was at 50% off. What a pleasant chance and I felt so blessed.

Very Satisfied with Philips Comfort HR1843

This Juicer is my first try of Philips brand in small kitchen appliances. Expect for our lights which are all Philips I I had no experience yet with their other products but I willingly bought this juicer knowing for a fact that this brand has already created a good name for itself. At the price of onlyPHP3000+ ($67+) which was a very rare 50 percent off deal, I thought it would be so stupid of me if I would not grab this deal. So I bought and indeed I was never disappointed. It is working very well. It is now almost 8 months with me and still working like new.


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