Juice Fountain Plus (2.5-L.) by Breville
This 850-watt professional juice extractor with a powerful 13,000 rpm motor juices both whole fruits and vegetables - no chopping or cutting required. The patented 3-in. extra large centrifugal feed chute provides maximum juice extraction, and the two-speed electronic control juices soft and hard fr... See complete description »
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This 850-watt professional juice extractor with a powerful 13,000 rpm motor juices both whole fruits and vegetables - no chopping or cutting required. The patented 3-in. extra large centrifugal feed chute provides maximum juice extraction, and the two-speed electronic control juices soft and hard fruits in just five seconds. It has a large, 2.5-liter capacity pulp container which is removable for easy cleaning and non-stop operation. Also includes a 1-liter juice pitcher with froth separator, instructions and recipes.
We have found our juicer to be very easy to use and it works like a charm. It's easy to clean and take apart, as well as put back together. We're very happy with our choice.
I never thought I would buy a juicer. Our garden is producing well, and I thought juicing would be a nice alternative than our usual uses of our garden veggies. We love this juicer! So far we've only juiced fruit, but the difference between what you get from this juicer and store bought is significant. If you have counter space - buy it!
As this is the first juicer I've owned or even used, I don't have anything to compare it to. I've been using it almost two weeks now, usually juicing twice a day. I'm happy with it for the most part. It makes quick work of the vegetables, the juice just shoots right out. There are a few quirks, but no dealbreakers. On the higher speed, it's a little loud. If you put in too big of a hard vegetable (like a big fat beet), the machine looks like it's having a spasm, but it has suction cups on/as feet, so it shouldn't go anywhere. The whole juicing process can be messy. When the vegetables hit the blade, little bits can and will fly out if you don't have the chute covered. To prevent/minimize this, cut vegetables so that they don't stick out of the top of the chute. You want to have the chute covered as much as possible. Washing it is a chore at first, but it's pretty simple. Scrubbing the stainless steel filter is the hardest part. This thing takes up a good chunk of counter space. The last quibble is of the design. The spout sits in a cutout on the side of the container that holds the juice; the cutout prevents you from being able to fill the cup to its full height. And inevitably, the spout will dribble juice onto the counter as soon as you remove the juice container. These things aren't a big deal, but the designers should have anticipated these issues. Oh that silver bar thingy that goes over the top is NOT a handle!
It took the raspberry seeds out of the jelly we made in august we'll tackle grape juice a++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Overall, this is an outstanding juice processor. It is quite larger than I expected so it is a countertop hog. It is a wide and tall unit and may not fit in the space between the cabinets and countertop. Definitely consider the smaller unit if your counter space is limited. Another option is to store it inside a cabinet when it is not in use but this can become a drag as you really want to have the unit conveniently available for use anytime. You can store the juice jug separately and save some space. The setup is easy. Use is simple. And cleanup is a breeze. All plastic parts clean perfectly by simply placing them under warm running water. The metal filter unit requires more cleaning effort but is readily done with a nylon brush (provided). The key here is to clean up immediately after each use when the food product is still soft and easily removable. Do not wait as cleaning effort will become tedious. The unit operates very safely. The noise from the unit during operation is lower than I expected and not bothersome at all. In my first test run I made a mixed juice of apples and carrots. It worked excellent. Outstanding pulp separation and the juice jug has a froth separator. I squeezed some lemon into it to zest it up a bit and voila it was outstanding. Cost wise, on the low side I used about $1 of apples/carrots to generate a full 8-10oz glass. That is an excellent value for fresh unadulterated juice product. On the high side, cost can jump to $2 to $3 per glass when using higher cost fruits/vegetables (brocolli, blueberries, raspberries, etc.). Still a good value. Overall, excellent product for the serious folks who want real juice, fresh and delicious. II expect many years of use.
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