How to Choose the Right Juicer Machine or the Right Juicer Maker?

How to Choose the Right Juicer Machine or the Right Juicer Maker?

My independent advices are based on 10 years of experience in juicer machines sales. 

Hi! You might want to start directly with my juicer machine reviews. Top 5 most popular articles are:

1, Hurom

2, Nama

3, Hamilton Beach

4, Breveille

When it comes to choosing a juicer maker or juicer machine for your home, it’s important to ask yourself ten main questions in order to make a smart buy. In my blog, I will try give a step-by-step guide and make detailed reviews of most popular models.

#1. The first question is do you a need juicer maker or machine in the first place?

As a result, we have first estimates for you to make the right choice:

I’m ok with preparing black coffee manually, spending 5-10 minutes per cup I’m ok with preparing coffee manually, but I want cappuccino/latte also I want automated black coffee I want automated black coffee AND cappuccino/latte

Now let’s go further and ask ourselves the second important question.

#2. how much do you want to cost?

#3. cold press or centrifugal?

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Ok. That’s enough for today. I will continue writing this article later.

How we tested juicers
We put all traditional juicers to the test by making a simple carrot, apple, kale and ginger juice. The chosen ingredients allowed us to see how the juicer tackled four key juicing ingredients.

Carrots to see how sturdy the masticating spindle or centrifugal spinner are.

Apples are classic juicing ingredients, not only did we use them to see how much juice was produced, but also to check whether a whole apple could fit in the feeding chute.

Without the kale, our juice would be totally orange, to ensure that the juicers on test were able to process leafy greens, we looked for a strong green juice to indicate all of the kale had been effectively juiced.

Ginger is hard and fibrous, we wanted to ensure the juicer didn’t get blocked.

For citrus juicers, or traditional juicers with dedicated citrus juicing attachments, we made a classic orange juice.

We also tested the juicers against the following criteria:

Ease of use: Although assembling the machines can be quite time-consuming, we noted how easy the instruction manuals were to use and the simplicity of each machine’s functionality once put together. We also made sure they weren’t too noisy for an everyday kitchen.
Smoothness: As we were looking to juice a variety of fruit and veg, it was important the juicers could handle everything we threw their way. The juice produced needed to be a strong, deep and rich colour to indicate that a high level of vitamins and minerals had been extracted. We looked for smooth, clear and vibrant juice.
Ease of cleaning: We looked for machines with removable components that could be washed in a dishwasher or by hand.
Ease of storage: Although all juicers tend to be big due to the nature of the work they do, we looked for compact appliances that could be stored in a kitchen cupboard.
Sustainability: Juicers come with lots of component parts, so extra points were given to models/brands who offer spare parts. We also looked for transparency around where the juicer was made. And of course, favoured plastic-free, recyclable packaging.
Features: Any added bonuses, like different options for frozen juices or veg prep, were taken into account.

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