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Juicers

Juicers, what to know before you buy one. Juicers come in different types and qualities. Read on to find the perfect juicers for you.

Don’t go out and purchase the first juicer you come across at the cheapest price! There are a few things you should know before you start your search for juicers. After all, if you decide on the wrong juicer, it could completely turn you off to juicing all together. Juicers come in a variety of speeds, powers, complexities, parts, and even price. Below I will discuss what separates these juicers from one another and what you should look for when purchasing your very first juicer.

Juicers and Wattage?

In your search for juicers you have probably seen a range of power wattage. This is the first thing you should look for in a juicer. The wattage is the pure power to juice fruits and vegetables. Juicers in the lower range will have a hard time juicing tougher vegetables as juicers with a higher wattage will juice through even the toughest ingredients. I recommend you get a juicer with at least 700 watts and preferably 800 watts or more. After all, what good are juicers if they have a hard time juicing simple stuff like carrots or apples?

Juicers; Assembly and Cleaning!

After you find a few juicers with the correct wattage, the next most important thing to look for is how easy they are to assemble, clean, and put back together. I have seen juicers that are so complicated you might require an engineering degree just to figure out how to assemble them. In your search for a juicer you need to ask yourself this question? Will I be able to clean this and put it back together within 5 minutes? If the juicers you consider are too complicated, you will hesitate to use them and they will probably end up in a cupboard or packed away in the garage. When deciding on juicers, the ability to clean it and reassemble it is so important, especially if you plan on doing a juice cleanse or a 7 day juice fast plan.

Juicers; Other things to consider!

In comparing juicers and deciding on “the juicer” for you, the most important issues are the two above that you just read about. Everything else comes down to personal preference and finding a juicer that not only performs, but looks good sitting on the kitchen counter. Below, I have linked some of the best juicers that fit the criteria and are some of the top choice juicers based on individual reviews and amazon scores. You should click on them to read their reviews on amazon. Some of these juicers if purchased through amazon are between 20-40% off and include free shipping!

The Best Juicers

Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor
JuicerAccording to 552 amazon reviews this is one of the top selling juicers for a reason. It packs 850 watts and has two speeds, 12,000RPM or 6,500RPM, for hard and soft ingredients. Not only is this juicer easy to clean and assemble it comes with a 1 liter jug for making more juice per use. The Breville line of juicers is the most trusted name when it comes to juicers. This Breville also has an overload protection that prevents over-heating by automatically shutting it down if it senses trouble. Get this juicer at a 25% discount and free shipping through Amazon!
Breville Juicer

Hamilton Beach 67650A Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor
JuicerThis juicer was the juicer I originally started with and it was a real life saver. This Hamilton Beach Big Mouth comes with a big 800 watt motor and juices through everything I have thrown at it without any issues. You can fit larger chucks of food down the tube, decreasing the time it takes me to prepare my fruits and vegetables. Some juicers come with normal pulp catchers. The Big Mouth line of juicers from Hamilton Beach come equipped with a large pulp catcher and never get backed up in the juicing process. This juicer is so simple to clean and assemble it usually takes me about ten minutes to make my juice, drink it, clean the juicer, and reassemble it. 1,086 reviews on Amazon can’t be wrong. When it comes to juicers, this one is a true gem for $59 with free shipping when purchased through Amazon.
Hamilton Beach Juicer

Cuisinart JuicerCuisinart Juicer
Cuisinart CJE-1000 1000-Watt 5-Speed Juice Extractor
Cuisinart JuicerOut of all the juicers I have seen, this one from Cuisinart is the best deal going! Good juicers should have 700 watts or more but this superb juicer is packing 1000 watts and has 5 different speeds along with a large 3-inch feeding tube. Most juicers are relatively simple but this juicer has all the bells and whistles while still maintaining the same simplicity. This Cuisinart juicer comes with a 1-liter juice pitcher to allow for more juicing per use. It’s also great if you’re juicing with your partner. Another excellent feature this juicer has that most juicers lack is an anti-drip adjustable flow spout. Not only is this juicer one of the most silent juicers I have heard it also comes with a free recipe book! The best part is that it is on a major sale through Amazon right now. If you want this juicer for a whopping 55% discount at a price of $121 with free shipping you better get it now!
Cuisinart Juicer

I’ve been using my Hamilton Beach since day one and I’m more than happy with it. It’s a very sound juicer and I highly recommend it. Here’s a picture of it on my kitchen counter.

Hamilton Beach Big MouthHamilton Beach Big Mouth

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  1. Hi have read your tips which were great but i am on a buget i have a blender and i am on a buget so shall i not bothetr

  2. Thank you Donnie for the advice here, so very useful for me. I want to buy a juicer to help support me on my monthly cleanses (and to encourage the kids to drink vegetable juice… yup, good luck with that, right?) and have been confused by the sheer number of juicers on the market all promising the same things. Based on what I read here I think I may check out the Breville juicer.

  3. When I bought my very first juicer, I started with the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Juicer, and I have to say for an entry juicer, it worked really well, and it got me hooked on juicing for a very low price tag! When I graduated and got more serious about juicing, and was more interested in juicing leafy greens and getting the most from the leaves, I researched and learned that I needed a slow juicer! That’s when I bought my Omega, which I LOVE LOVE LOVE, but for a first juicer, you should not spend that much because you don’t want your expensive juicer to end up collecting dust in the cupboard. So I tell everyone to start with a less expensive juicer, and see if you even are liking or are going to be committed to juicing! Best of luck!

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