Juicer Reviews Plus – Best Juicers in 2017

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Types of Juicers We Review

Masticating Juicers

 

Omega J8006Masticating juicers are known for the high-quality juice and the high juice yield. They are also very quiet so no one in the house will be bothered if you are juicing, even at 6am. Their high efficiency and almost dry pulp output doesn’t come cheap so be prepared to spend a few bucks extra. Their high performance with leafy green vegetables makes them the first choice for people juicing mainly that kind of foods.

Centrifugal Juicers

Breville BJE510XL

Centrifugal juicers operate faster than the masticating ones. The perform best with soft and hard foods but are not so good with leafy green vegetables. Often the juice from a centrifugal juicer is more pulp free. Although they have some disadvantages, they are valuable gadget to have in your kitchen.

Omega Juicers

 

Omega VRT350Omega is the only brand that makes all types of juicers. However, they are famous with their masticating lines. Omega products come with the longest warranty on the market and are considered as top-quality products. The price range varies but they are typically more expensive than the other brands.

Breville Juicers

Breville 800JEXL

Breville is one of the most recognizable brands on the market. They produce affordable juicers with good value-for-money that are easy to use. Most of the products have modern design and are joy to watch. If you are looking for a fast centrifugal juicer, then Breville is your choice. Check out our reviews to see which is the best one for you.

What You Need to Know When Buying a Juicer

The best juicer is the one that your enjoy using every day and one that suits your needs on a regular basis. Yet there are several factors that you should keep in mind when choosing a juicer. They will help you to narrow down your alternatives and buy the one that fits best your needs. The factors you should be looking at are price, ease of use, how easy it is to clean the machine, juicing speed, price and the quality, and yield of the produced juice. Of course, each of the factors can have a different weight depending on your needs.

Before buying a juicer it is a good idea to determine what kind of foods you are going to juice the most. Some of them perform better with green leafy vegetables, while others with soft or hard foods.

As a rule of thumb, the masticating juicers perform better with leafy vegetables like wheatgrass, spinach, cabbage, etc. and produce higher juice yield.

If you are going to juice mainly fruits then centrifugal juicer will give you a better experience.

Before even start looking for a juicer, determine what your budget is. Think of the brand you want to buy as well. It might be tempting to overspend on the machine if you haven’t thought this through.

Centrifugal juicers usually are less expensive than the masticating ones. They are priced in the $100 – $400 price range.

Masticating machines tend to be pricier. Horizontal ones range between $200 and $400, while the vertical juicers are a bit more expensive – between $300 and $450.

Don’t be mingy about your juicer. Most of the premium juicers last for years and you don’t have to bother with replacements, repairs, etc. If you choose a juicer that is good for what you’re going to use it, then it can serve you for years. If you buy something for $100 you will get what you pay for.

How much time do you spend daily juicing?

If you’re always in a rush and don’t mind sacrificing a little bit of juice quality and juice yield, then centrifugal juicers are the ones you are looking for. They’re really efficient and fast machines.

However, in case you got some free time to spare and want to have high-quality juice and high juice yield, then you will probably make good use of a masticating juicer. They have some benefits that centrifugal juicers do not provide. There is less air in the juice which protects it from oxidation, therefore, you can store it longer without it getting spoiled.

The more easy the juicer is to clean the less you’ll mess up in the kitchen. At first glance it may not seem very important but believe me, you don’t want a machine that takes you more than 5 minutes to clean.

There isn’t any distinct advantage for masticating or centrifugal juicers. This factor depends mainly on the model.

Generally, centrifugal machines produce higher noise levels because of the high RPM they operate at. This is the small compromise you need to make if you really value speed and ease of use. The good thing is that they’re very fast and you won’t have to listen to it for long.

On the other hand, masticating juicers are relatively quiet since they operate at very low speed. You won’t wake up the entire house with these ones. Yet if you’re looking for a very low noise level then vertical masticating juicers are your best options.

New in Juicing? See the Benefits

Juicing offers faster, more efficient way to absorb nutrients found in fruits and vegetables. For those who are not used to consume many fruits and vegetables or don’t like eating them at all, juicing machines is a way to integrate healthy habits in their life. Research have proved that juicing facilitates weight loss, increases energy levels, strengthens immunity and reduces chances of diseases. The fresh juice contains more vitamins and minerals because it is not heated or processed, unlike bottled juice.

Best Juicers for 2017

Image JuicerTypeFeaturesWarrantyRatingPrice
Editor choice
Omega J8006 Review
Omega J8006
Masticating
  • Slow Speed
  • Dual-Stage Processing
  • High Juice Quality
15 Years
Editor choice
Breville 800JEXL Review
Breville 800JEXL
Centrifugal
  • 1000Watt Motor
  • Wide Feed Chute
  • Stainless Steel Parts
  • Safety Features
  • Easy to Clean
1 Year
Editor choice
Omega NC800 Review
Omega NC800
Masticating
  • Slow Speed
  • Dual-Stage Processing
  • Wide Feed Chute
  • Adjustable End Cap
15 Years
Omega VRT350 Review
Omega VRT350
Masticating
  • Slow Speed
  • Dual-Stage Processing
  • Space Saver
  • Beautiful Design
10 Years
Omega J8004 Review
Omega J8004
Masticating
  • Slow Speed
  • Dual-Stage Processing
  • 6 Different Nozzles
15 Years
Editor choice
Breville BJE820XL Review
Breville BJE820XL
Centrifugal
  • 1200Watt Motor
  • Dual-Disk System
  • Wide Feed Chute
  • Safety Locking Arm
  • Overheat Protection
1 Year
Breville JE98XL Review
Breville JE98XL
Centrifugal
  • 850Watt Motor
  • Wide Feed Chute
  • Safety Locking Arm
  • Overheat Protection
1 Year
Breville BJE510XL Review
Breville BJE510XL
Centrifugal
  • 900Watt Motor
  • Wide Feed Chute
  • LCD Display
  • Quality Materials
  • Safety Features
1 Year
Omega J8003 Review
Omega J8003
Masticating
  • Slow Speed
  • Dual-Stage Processing
  • Multi-purpose
10 Year