15 best juicers — Rating 2022


How to choose a juicer

There are many vari­eties of juicers: mechan­i­cal, which do not have a motor, and squeez­ing juice occurs due to the applied efforts, elec­tric with an elec­tric dri­ve. The sec­ond type is most in demand due to ease of use.

Elec­tric juicers are divid­ed into sev­er­al types:

  1. Cen­trifu­galoper­at­ing on the prin­ci­ple of a cen­trifuge. Fruits or veg­eta­bles are placed in the drum, the struc­ture rotates, pulp rubs against its toothed wall, from which juice is squeezed out under the action of cen­trifu­gal force and flows into the hole — into a tank or into a glass. The rota­tion speed of mod­ern juicers of this type reach­es 20 thou­sand rev­o­lu­tions per minute. The devices are ide­al for pro­cess­ing large vol­umes of fruits and veg­eta­bles, but not for fibrous struc­tures — they clog the grate.
  2. Auger con­tain a screw mech­a­nism, which, as it were, bites off pieces of processed veg­eta­bles or fruits and press­es them against a met­al mesh. A lot of pulp remains in the juice passed through the mesh. The auger (screw) can be locat­ed ver­ti­cal­ly, hor­i­zon­tal­ly, like a meat grinder. The first ones are com­pact, take up a min­i­mum of space, the sec­ond ones are more pro­duc­tive, you can process more fruits with them.
  3. For Cit­rus Juicer — these are devices with a ver­ti­cal­ly locat­ed motor, on which a ribbed noz­zle is installed for squeez­ing juice from halves of lemons, oranges, grape­fruits. The device can be equipped with a fruit hold­er, it may be absent, then you will have to put pres­sure on the fruit with your hands. By the way, it is on such devices that you can squeeze juice from a pome­gran­ate.
  4. Juicer press­es they are not pop­u­lar in pri­vate kitchens, they are less com­mon among pro­fes­sion­als. Demand remains among adher­ents of a healthy diet, who con­sid­er the juice obtained by press­ing the most use­ful, although there is no reli­able evi­dence of this.

Here are a few more options for choos­ing a good juicer.

What product?

It should be deter­mined which prod­uct is most often planned to be processed. Ver­ti­cal auger juicers are more omniv­o­rous — with them you can squeeze juice from any fruit and veg­etable, includ­ing fibrous ones. Such devices are ide­al for every­day use — they take up lit­tle space, are easy to use and main­tain.

For cas­es where the pro­cess­ing of a large amount of raw mate­ri­als is required, for exam­ple, for blanks or a large fam­i­ly, juicers with a hor­i­zon­tal auger should be pre­ferred, they have good per­for­mance, and addi­tion­al noz­zles may also be includ­ed in the kit, for exam­ple, for squeez­ing oil from nuts and seeds. For large vol­umes, but not fibrous struc­tures, cen­trifu­gal juicers are also suit­able, they are rel­a­tive­ly inex­pen­sive, but noisy — this is their main draw­back.

If the juicer is need­ed only for mak­ing fresh juice or oranges and oth­er cit­rus fruits, you should turn to spe­cial­ized devices.

Power

It does not mat­ter what pow­er the juicer will have, if we are talk­ing about small amounts of juice, for exam­ple, for every day. By and large, the pow­er deter­mines how quick­ly the device will sep­a­rate the liq­uid from the pulp. But you don’t need to choose the min­i­mum val­ues ​​\u200b\u200bif you plan to process hard fruits. The more pow­er­ful the device, the faster the juice will be ready.

Uptime

For juicers designed to process large vol­umes of fruits and veg­eta­bles, man­u­fac­tur­ers pro­vide time for con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion, which should not be exceed­ed to save the motor from over­heat­ing and pre­ma­ture wear. Before the first start, be sure to find the con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion para­me­ter in the char­ac­ter­is­tics — in the pass­port or instruc­tions.

Complete set and serviceability

We have already men­tioned addi­tion­al noz­zles for pro­cess­ing indi­vid­ual fruits, seeds or nuts. The body mate­r­i­al of the device itself can be met­al or plas­tic — with the lat­ter, care must be tak­en when assem­bling / dis­as­sem­bling the juicer. By the way, it should be con­ve­nient to get the work­ing com­po­nents of the device, this is espe­cial­ly impor­tant for the dai­ly use of the device. You can find out about the pos­si­bil­i­ty of wash­ing them in the dish­wash­er in the instruc­tions.

In the selec­tion of the best juicers, we have pre­sent­ed the mod­els that users pre­fer and rec­om­mend for pur­chase.

Rating of the best juicers

The best screw juicers

Let’s start the review with the most pop­u­lar and ver­sa­tile auger juicers.

RAWMID Vitamin RVJ-02

Rat­ing: 4.9


RAWMID Vitamin RVJ-02

The RAWMID Vit­a­min RVJ-02 device is right­ful­ly rec­og­nized as one of the best auger ver­ti­cal juicers. It has two load­ing holes for large and small fruits, which allow you to increase the load­ing speed of fruits or veg­eta­bles and make com­bined juices by cold press­ing at only 38 rev­o­lu­tions per minute — the raw mate­ri­als do not have time to heat up and change the struc­ture, the max­i­mum of use­ful sub­stances is retained. Of course, it will not be pos­si­ble to make a lot of juice quick­ly at such a speed, and the pow­er of 150 W con­firms this. The noise lev­el, judg­ing by the man­u­fac­tur­er’s assur­ance, the device is low, and users agree with this.

The juice that is obtained in the juicer flows into the mug through the spout, which has a pro­tec­tive valve against drip­ping in stand­by mode. It is easy to con­trol the device — there is only one but­ton on the case, which is set in 3 posi­tions — off, spin and reverse. Includ­ed with the device is a mesh fil­ter for clean­ing juice from pulp, an ice cream grinder screen, a tofu press, as well as a brush for clean­ing the device, a push­er and instruc­tions in Russ­ian.

Advantages

  • Noz­zles for fil­ter­ing, mash­ing and tofu;
  • Silent oper­a­tion;
  • Fin­ger pro­tec­tion;
  • 2 com­part­ments for fruits of dif­fer­ent sizes.

Flaws

  • Rel­a­tive­ly low spin speed.

Panasonic MJ-L500

Rat­ing: 4.8


Panasonic MJ-L500

The sec­ond most pop­u­lar ver­ti­cal auger juicer Pana­son­ic MJ-L500 also belongs to low-speed ones, it allows you to squeeze juice with­out heat­ing, while main­tain­ing 100% of the ben­e­fits and its struc­ture with­out delam­i­na­tion. The auger rotates at only 45 rpm, but that’s enough to make one or two glass­es of fresh juice.

The device has one receiv­ing hole, but some users note its small diam­e­ter — some fruits will have to be crushed before load­ing so as not to get stuck in the neck. The prob­lem of clog­ging the pulp under the auger was also not­ed. Noz­zles for frozen desserts, cups for juice and pomace com­plete the device, users note the pos­si­bil­i­ty of dou­ble fil­ter­ing the squeezed juice — it can be done with and with­out an abun­dance of pulp. By the way, the drink flows imme­di­ate­ly into a glass, and there is a “drop-stop” sys­tem in the faucet. By the way, every­one eval­u­ates noise dif­fer­ent­ly: for some, the juicer is low, for oth­ers, the engine runs loud­er than allowed. With a high degree of prob­a­bil­i­ty, this is the sub­jec­tive per­cep­tion of each indi­vid­ual user.

Advantages

  • Sav­ing 100% of the ben­e­fits of juice;
  • Drop-stop sys­tem;
  • Glass for pulp and juice;
  • Noz­zle for grind­ing frozen raw mate­ri­als and prepar­ing cold desserts.

Flaws

  • Nar­row fruit receiv­er;
  • The pulp can get stuck under the auger.

Also Read: 7 Best Cen­trifu­gal Juicers

Oursson JM7002

Rat­ing: 4.8


Oursson JM7002

For cold press­ing of juices, we noticed a great inter­est of cus­tomers in the Ours­son JM7002 auger juicer, which, unlike mod­els from more rec­og­niz­able brands, has a three-lev­el fil­ter mesh that allows you to get a drink that is as free of pulp as pos­si­ble. This is also facil­i­tat­ed by the unique design of the press­ing unit, which care­ful­ly process­es raw mate­ri­als, even fruits with stones and hard fibers. The man­u­fac­tur­er has pro­vid­ed a wide load­ing open­ing — you do not need to espe­cial­ly pre­pare fruits and veg­eta­bles, the device copes with large apples, car­rots. By the way, the spin speed of Ours­son JM7002 is high­er than that of its pre­de­ces­sors in terms of rat­ing — 65 rpm.

Juice enters direct­ly into the glass through the spout, which has pro­tec­tion against drip­ping onto the table.

Advantages

  • Silent oper­a­tion;
  • Easy assem­bly and main­te­nance;
  • Triple pulp clean­ing;
  • Increased auger speed up to 65 rpm.

Flaws

  • Incom­plete squeez­ing of raw mate­ri­als — cake most­ly remains wet.

Kitfort KT-1111

Rat­ing: 4.8


Kitfort KT-1111

Inex­pen­sive and qui­et juicer Kit­fort KT-1111 is suit­able for get­ting juice from any fruits and veg­eta­bles, it even crush­es and squeezes greens with­out any prob­lems. It has an ultra-strong auger that spins at up to 80 rpm — even faster than pre­vi­ous mod­els, which means you can get a glass of juice in less time. The pulp does not clog under the auger, but falls into the receiv­ing glass, and this is a big plus of the device. And the man­u­fac­tur­er has pro­vid­ed a brush for clean­ing the fil­ter from the fibers of veg­eta­bles and fruits,

The Kit­fort KT-1111 juicer has a lim­it­ed con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion time — only 15 min­utes, then the 150-watt motor needs to be allowed to rest. An addi­tion­al mea­sure of pro­tec­tion is a built-in fuse that will pre­vent the engine from burn­ing out. By the way, all work­ing parts of the juicer can be washed in the dish­wash­er.

Advantages

  • Spin speed up to 80 rpm;
  • Self-clean­ing from pulp — a sep­a­rate glass;
  • Squeezes juice from any fruits, veg­eta­bles and herbs with­out clog­ging the auger;
  • Can be washed in a dish­wash­er.

Flaws

  • The max­i­mum con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion time is only 15 min­utes.

Mirandi J‑100

Rat­ing: 4.7


Mirandi J-100

The Miran­di J‑100 device is easy to use, it has sev­er­al pro­grams for prepar­ing dif­fer­ent juices, which dif­fer in the speed of rota­tion of the screw and the inten­si­ty of the impact on the raw mate­ri­als. Addi­tion­al acces­sories includ­ed in the kit allow you to pre­pare mul­ti­vi­t­a­min shakes, includ­ing those with nuts, herbs, even desserts from frozen foods, such as sor­bets. The juicer has a large load­ing open­ing — 8 cm in diam­e­ter, fruits and veg­eta­bles can not be cut into small pieces — this saves time. The man­u­fac­tur­er has pro­vid­ed the func­tion of self-clean­ing the auger from the pulp — it enters a sep­a­rate glass. For lovers of sor­bet, the pack­age includes spe­cial noz­zles for its prepa­ra­tion, and the device can also chop veg­eta­bles and fruits, for exam­ple, for sal­ads.

Miran­di J‑100 has touch con­trol, not push-but­ton, but clear and con­ve­nient. In gen­er­al, the device has an inter­est­ing appear­ance, a clas­sic col­or design, but, accord­ing to some users, a bulky design that has to be dis­as­sem­bled and washed after each juic­ing. And fibrous greens can clog the exit for the cake, so that this does not hap­pen, it must first be chopped with a knife.

Advantages

  • Sev­er­al func­tions for juic­ing and chop­ping food;
  • Touch con­trol;
  • Ergonom­ic body;
  • Grinds nuts.

Flaws

  • Lots of parts, takes a long time to disassemble/assemble.

The best centrifugal juicers

Rotary drum juicers are an ide­al solu­tion for large fam­i­lies and for house­wives who har­vest and process large vol­umes of fruits and veg­eta­bles.

Garlyn J‑500

Rat­ing: 4.9


Garlyn J-500

The pow­er­ful and pro­duc­tive Gar­lyn J‑500 juicer does not require the cook to care­ful­ly pre­pare veg­eta­bles and fruits — you can not cut them, even whole fruits are processed by the device, sep­a­rat­ing juice and cake at a pow­er of 1200 W at a drum rota­tion speed of up to 18 thou­sand rpm for four modes. The extend­ed area fil­ter is coat­ed with tita­ni­um, it does not oxi­dize or wear out over time.

The load­ing open­ing of the juicer is wide — 8.5 cm in diam­e­ter, large fruits pass into it with­out effort, but users note that the bones and twigs that remain, for exam­ple, on apples, clog the mesh and com­pli­cate the exit of the liq­uid, so the lack of prepa­ra­tion is still unde­sir­able . The fruits are ground in a drum where the juice is sep­a­rat­ed, it goes into a liter glass, and the cake goes into a 2.5 liter con­tain­er. The juicer can oper­ate at full pow­er, while not over­heat­ing — the man­u­fac­tur­er pro­vides pro­tec­tion for the motor and all work­ing parts, for the safe­ty of fin­gers, a push­er is includ­ed in the kit.

Advantages

  • Big pro­duc­tiv­i­ty, high speed of an extrac­tion of juice;
  • Receiv­ing con­tain­er for pulp;
  • Engine pro­tec­tion against over­heat­ing;
  • Increased fil­ter and feed open­ing area.

Flaws

  • Fruit twigs and pits can clog the fil­ter screen.

Panasonic MJ-M171

Rat­ing: 4.8


Panasonic MJ-M171

The sol­id Pana­son­ic MJ-M171 juicer is a best­seller in the pro­cess­ing of ripe fruits. She has 2 high-speed modes, mak­ing it pos­si­ble to work with dif­fer­ent types of veg­eta­bles and fruits, a sys­tem for direct sup­ply of juice into a liter glass. In gen­er­al, the device is not intend­ed for pro­cess­ing large vol­umes of fruits — a pow­er of 230 W sug­gests, for exam­ple, dai­ly use to get a cou­ple of glass­es of juice, this is not­ed by users. The man­u­fac­tur­er includ­ed a blender in the kit for the juicer, both devices are includ­ed in the kit and you don’t need to pay extra for the sec­ond item.

The juicer, despite its appar­ent mas­sive­ness, takes up lit­tle space, it has a sta­ble design, a con­ve­nient con­trol pan­el with but­tons, drip juice sup­ply, but the catch is in the low posi­tion of the out­let tube and the absence of a com­plete glass. We’ll have to try to find a low con­tain­er in the kitchen to receive juice. This is per­haps the only seri­ous draw­back of the device. The kit includes a brush for clean­ing the mesh, which speeds up the process of clean­ing the fil­ter.

Advantages

  • Blender and juicer in one set;
  • Con­ve­nient mesh clean­ing brush includ­ed;
  • Stur­dy ergonom­ic design;
  • Good juice yield in rela­tion to the amount of cake.

Flaws

  • No juice glass includ­ed
  • Low loca­tion of the out­let faucet.

Kitfort KT-1112

Rat­ing: 4.8


Kitfort KT-1112

The sec­ond in terms of con­sumer demand on a large mar­ket­place is the Kit­fort KT-1112 cen­trifu­gal juicer. It has slight­ly less pow­er com­pared to its pre­de­ces­sor, up to 1100 W and a spin speed of up to 16 thou­sand rev­o­lu­tions. The time of con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion is half an hour, after which the engine requires cool­ing.

Users note the con­ve­nience of using the Kit­fort juicer — the fruits do not need to be crushed much, even with unpeeled apples, the device copes with a bang. Clean­ing is also done with­out prob­lems — the grate is well washed under run­ning water, and the device has a min­i­mum of com­po­nents, no com­plex assem­blies. How­ev­er, the cake must be cleaned often — a very small con­tain­er is pro­vid­ed for it. Sev­er­al modes of juic­ing when pro­cess­ing a large num­ber of fruits can be use­ful.

Advantages

  • Quick extrac­tion of any amount of fruits and veg­eta­bles;
  • Sev­er­al oper­at­ing modes;
  • Easy assem­bly and clean­ing;
  • Juice out­put imme­di­ate­ly into the glass.

Flaws

  • Small con­tain­er for pulp.

Philips HR1922 Avance Collection

Rat­ing: 4.7


Philips HR1922 Avance Collection

The Philips HR1922 Avance Col­lec­tion cen­trifu­gal juicer with a pow­er of 1200 W is suit­able for stream pro­cess­ing of veg­eta­bles and fruits — the max­i­mum liq­uid is squeezed out of them into a liter glass, the cake comes out almost dry in a sep­a­rate two-liter con­tain­er. By the way, the design pro­vides for a sep­a­ra­tor that pre­vents the for­ma­tion of foam at the liq­uid out­let.

The mesh of the cen­trifuge is made of stain­less steel, and the main part of the body is plas­tic. The load­ing neck is wide, its diam­e­ter of 8 cm allows you to bring veg­eta­bles and fruits into the receiv­ing three-liter cham­ber with­out cut­ting — at one of the speeds they will be processed even with small bones and twigs, but they can get into the drink bypass­ing the fil­ter. By the way, the amount of pulp in the fin­ished juice can be adjust­ed. The work­ing com­po­nents of the juicer can be washed in a dish­wash­er. Many users have not­ed the pres­ence of a cord com­part­ment for con­ve­nient stor­age.

A fea­ture of the Philips HR1922 Avance Col­lec­tion and the brand as a whole is the use of recy­cled mate­ri­als in the man­u­fac­ture of the case and oth­er parts for which this is accept­able. Even the instruc­tions are print­ed on recy­cled paper.

Advantages

  • Large receiv­ing cham­ber and neck to it;
  • Sep­a­ra­tor for removal of foam;
  • Two speed modes;
  • Work­ing parts can be washed in a dish­wash­er;
  • The device is made from recy­cled mate­ri­als.

Flaws

  • The mesh can quick­ly become clogged when pro­cess­ing tough fruits.

MAUNFELD MJE.1500S

Rat­ing: 4.7


MAUNFELD MJE.1500S

The MAUNFELD MJE.1500S juicer has proven itself well. She has two speed modes, although the pow­er is large — 1.5 kW, more than some of her pre­de­ces­sors in the rat­ing. But a large receiv­ing cham­ber and a neck into which you can send fruits and veg­eta­bles with­out pre-cut­ting. The case is made of stain­less steel, the motor is pro­tect­ed from over­heat­ing and acci­den­tal start.

Juice after squeez­ing falls into a glass with a vol­ume of 1.1 liters, and the cake into a sep­a­rate con­tain­er for 2.5 lira. The qual­i­ty of the spin could be bet­ter — users note that the cake comes out wet, and it is prob­lem­at­ic to remove it from the stamped strain­er, there is no spe­cial brush for clean­ing it in the kit. Oth­er­wise, there were no prob­lems with the juicer — there are most­ly pos­i­tive reviews about it.

Advantages

  • Large receiv­ing mouth;
  • Process­es any fruits and veg­eta­bles;
  • Large receiv­ing cup for juice and pulp con­tain­er;
  • Big pow­er, 2 speeds.

Flaws

  • The pulp remains moist;
  • The strain­er clogs up quick­ly.

The Best Citrus Juicers

Elec­tric cit­rus juicers are not uni­ver­sal devices, but this is not a prob­lem for lovers of this group of fruits.

Smeg CJF01

Rat­ing: 4.9


Smeg CJF01

The Smeg CJF01 juicer belongs to the cat­e­go­ry of pre­mi­um devices in its class. She has an impec­ca­ble rep­u­ta­tion, per­fect assem­bly, ergonom­ic retro-style appear­ance (for which most users chose this kitchen appli­ance), but the price is appro­pri­ate. At a pow­er of only 70 W, the device squeezes juice from cit­rus halves, and you don’t need to press hard on the cone. The motor has a built-in on/off sen­sor, so the device is reli­ably pro­tect­ed from over­loads. The juice goes into the mug, the spout is equipped with a “drop-stop” sys­tem to pre­vent con­t­a­m­i­na­tion of work sur­faces. By the way, the pro­tec­tive cap of the juicer can be used as an addi­tion­al con­tain­er. Not the most con­ve­nient use of it, but in the case, for exam­ple, of the absence of dish­es at hand, it is a per­fect­ly accept­able option.

Advantages

  • Retro per­for­mance;
  • Durable motor;
  • There is a pro­tec­tive cap from dust;
  • Juice out­put imme­di­ate­ly into a mug.

Flaws

  • No squeeze cap.

Kitfort KT-1115

Rat­ing: 4.8


Kitfort KT-1115

The styl­ish and com­pact Kit­fort KT-1115 juicer is designed to facil­i­tate the process of obtain­ing juice from any cit­rus fruits, the halves of which are enough to be placed on the cone and, after clos­ing the lid, press the but­ton and get a por­tion of deli­cious fresh juice. In gen­er­al, it is designed for 350 ml, so large grape­fruits can also be processed. The device squeezes juice so well that the peel and cake remain almost dry.

The device can be eas­i­ly dis­as­sem­bled for wash­ing, just as easy to put back togeth­er. Even a child can use the juicer — the lid clos­es secure­ly before squeez­ing the juice. But some note the weak plas­tic case, which can break with fre­quent use.

Advantages

  • Com­pact body and sta­ble design;
  • 350 ml pro­tect­ed bowl;
  • Serv­ing juice into a glass;
  • Strong pomace from the pulp, dry pulp.

Flaws

  • Weak plas­tic.

Braun CJ3000

Rat­ing: 4.7


Braun CJ3000

For juic­ing oranges, grape­fruit and limes, the Braun fam­i­ly has the CJ3000 series juicer. It allows you to adjust the amount of pulp in a mug, which is espe­cial­ly impor­tant for lovers of a pure drink with­out impu­ri­ties. The juicer has a 350 ml glass that can take juice from sev­er­al oranges, which is one or two serv­ings of a drink at a time. A cou­ple of min­utes and the fresh is ready. The device is con­ve­nient to use for both chil­dren and peo­ple of respectable age — it has a sim­ple design, clear one-but­ton con­trol and a work­ing area pro­tect­ed by a lid. The spout through which the juice comes out does not splat­ter the liq­uid. Pro­tec­tion against acci­den­tal switch­ing on and over­heat­ing is also pro­vid­ed by the design. The spin speed of 59 rpm is stan­dard for devices of this design.

Advantages

  • Com­pact design;
  • Pro­tec­tion against acci­den­tal switch­ing on and burnout of the engine;
  • The juice flows into the bowl with­out splash­ing;
  • Main­te­nance-friend­ly design.

Caso CP 300

Rat­ing: 4.7


Caso CP 300

The Caso CP 300 cit­rus juicer, unlike its pre­de­ces­sors, is not equipped with a lid — a half of an orange plant­ed on a cone will have to be held and pressed by hand. The result­ing juice flows into the sub­sti­tut­ed dish­es — a mug, glass or cup through a faucet with a “drop-stop” sys­tem, and the drained pulp — into a sieve. To keep the cit­rus safe, the man­u­fac­tur­er has pro­vid­ed a press han­dle with a rub­ber­ized grip so that any user can con­fi­dent­ly use the device. The 160 W motor itself prac­ti­cal­ly does not vibrate dur­ing oper­a­tion, it does not make noise. There are two cone noz­zles in the set, they are eas­i­ly removed and washed, like a mesh with pulp. A juicer is also suit­able for grape­fruits.

Advantages

  • Juice goes straight into the mug;
  • Drop-stop sys­tem;
  • Suit­able for large and small cit­rus fruits;
  • 2 cones includ­ed.

Flaws

  • The cov­er is not removed, com­pli­cates the main­te­nance.

Moulinex PC 302B10 Vitapress 1000

Rat­ing: 4.6


Moulinex PC 302B10 Vitapress 1000

Juicer Moulinex PC 302B10 Vita­press 1000 is mod­est in pow­er — only 25 W, hence the low speed of squeez­ing fruit. But the juice tank is designed for 1 liter of liq­uid, for con­ve­nience it has a lev­el indi­ca­tor. The amount of pulp can be adjust­ed — for this, there are 2 strain­ers in the kit. What is the dis­ad­van­tage of the device is the absence of a lid and even a hold­er for cit­rus halves — you will have to press with your hands, this must be tak­en into account, it can be prob­lem­at­ic for a child or an elder­ly per­son to cope with elas­tic fruits.

The juice extrac­tor is made of plas­tic that caus­es such rea­son­able price. For­tu­nate­ly, the man­u­fac­tur­er used real­ly high-qual­i­ty plas­tic. The case has a com­part­ment for the cord — so it is more con­ve­nient to store the device.

Advantages

  • Large receiv­ing con­tain­er;
  • Com­pact design;
  • Two replace­able strain­ers to adjust the amount of pulp.

Flaws

  • No hold­er for cit­rus halves;
  • Low pow­er, with strong pres­sure by the fruit, the mech­a­nism can slip.

Which brand of juicer to choose

Per­haps the brand of house­hold appli­ances is the cri­te­ri­on that you need to pay atten­tion to in the first place. Now the mar­ket includes both long-estab­lished brands that have been demon­strat­ing the qual­i­ty of their prod­ucts for years, as well as small devel­op­ing com­pa­nies that are just enter­ing the com­pet­i­tive race. Some of them are quite wor­thy of your trust, because in the pur­suit of top posi­tions they try to please con­sumers to the max­i­mum. So, it’s time to intro­duce the com­pa­nies that have done a great job to get their juicers into the rank­ings of the best.

  1. Omega (by Sana) is an Amer­i­can com­pa­ny that spe­cial­izes in the man­u­fac­ture and sale of juicers. Found­ed in 1958, it has proven itself to be reli­able thanks to the use of safe and qual­i­ty mate­ri­als.
  2. kit­fort is a young Russ­ian com­pa­ny that has been oper­at­ing since 2011. Pro­duc­ing “new gen­er­a­tion” house­hold appli­ances, they believe that a sat­is­fied cus­tomer is the best adver­tise­ment, so you will not find their slo­gans on the stands and ban­ners of your city. By reduc­ing the cost of “pro­mo­tion”, this com­pa­ny achieves a reduc­tion in the price of the prod­uct with­out com­pro­mis­ing its qual­i­ty.
  3. Hurom — found­ed in 1974, and the pri­or­i­ty is to pre­serve human health. The patent­ed slow-squeeze tech­nol­o­gy allows their juicers to retain max­i­mum nutri­ents and pre­vent prod­uct oxi­da­tion.
  4. Pana­son­ic is one of the largest and old­est man­u­fac­tur­ers of house­hold appli­ances in the world. The com­pa­ny is Japan­ese, but small appli­ances are assem­bled in Chi­na (how­ev­er, as is the case with all oth­er brands).
  5. Philips — one of the lead­ers in sales of kitchen appli­ances in Rus­sia. The his­to­ry of the con­cern began in the last cen­tu­ry, and dur­ing this time the brand name has become syn­ony­mous with con­sis­tent qual­i­ty and high tech­nol­o­gy.
  6. Ken­wood is an Eng­lish com­pa­ny that has been man­u­fac­tur­ing kitchen appli­ances since 1947. Brand prod­ucts please con­sumers not only with their func­tion­al­i­ty, but also with attrac­tive design.
  7. Bosch is a group of com­pa­nies found­ed in 1886 in Ger­many and today rep­re­sent­ed in 150 coun­tries. The use of advanced tech­nolo­gies and impec­ca­ble Ger­man qual­i­ty have made this name well known to almost every mem­ber of mod­ern soci­ety.
  8. Zauber — met­al appli­ances of this Swedish brand are val­ued for their orig­i­nal design and high qual­i­ty work­man­ship. Large sales growth rates indi­cate an increase in demand for their prod­ucts.
  9. Casa Bugat­ti — This Ital­ian com­pa­ny is an inno­va­tor in the field of kitchen appli­ances. Along with high qual­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty, they pro­vide each prod­uct with a unique appear­ance, pleas­ing the own­er with an unusu­al shape and bright juicy col­ors.
  10. Brown — the prod­ucts of the Ger­man leader in the pro­duc­tion of small house­hold appli­ances, on the con­trary, are dis­tin­guished by the absence of decor, lacon­ic forms and dis­creet col­or schemes.
  11. NOVIS Elec­tron­ics — hav­ing earned an excel­lent rep­u­ta­tion for sell­ing well-known brands of elec­tron­ics and house­hold appli­ances, this young com­pa­ny went fur­ther and began to pro­duce prod­ucts under its own brand.
  12. Moulinex — a dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of the tech­nique of this French brand — ease of use. The cre­ators of these house­hold appli­ances believe that cook­ing should be a game, easy and not bur­den­some.


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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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