The Five Best Juicers

#5

Aicock Juicer

WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE IT

This lightweight juicer runs quiet, is easy to use, and can pull juice out of anything. It’s one of the most affordable masticating juicers on the market and weighs only 8.25 pounds. That doesn’t take away from its strength and torque, as it can run for up to 20 minutes before needing to be cleaned.


PROS

Affordable, Two-Year Warranty, Workhorse Production, Easy to Clean/Maintain

CONS

Difficult to Assemble/Breakdown, Lacks Additional Features, Less Attractive Design

Quality

This is a durable machine made of PMMA plastic. The motor is rated at 150-watts and spins at 80 rotations per minute, to avoid heating the juice or disturbing it. It also has a reverse function that helps keep clogs from ruining the machine’s efficiency.

83%
Design

The visual appeal of AMR521 simply isn’t there. It looks like a toy.

78%
Value

At $140 on Amazon, this is an affordable all-purpose masticating juicer.

85%
#4

Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite

WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE IT

This sleek juicer is the cream of the crop among centrifugal juicers.


PROS

BPA free, Large-Mouthed Loading Chute, Easy Clean-Up

CONS

Short One-Year Warranty, Juice Heating

Quality

This 1000-watt motor can do either high speed of 13,000 RPM or low speed of 6,500 RPM. Either way, you’ll get great juice from anything from melons to leafy veggies.

85%
Design

Breville makes strong appliances built to last. Even though they’re plastic, they’re durable and look clean.

80%
Value

Although a great juicer, the price tag makes it unaffordable for most.

80%
#3

Zeny Commercial Hand Press Juicer

WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE IT

This simple citrus juicer makes fresh juice instantly.

PROS

No Power Needed, Ease of Use, Durable

CONS

Manual Usage

Quality

This simple citrus juicer is made of a durable plastic that withstands years of usage.

85%
Design

An easy design means you can quickly juice whatever citrus you want just by slicing in half.

85%
Value

You can buy a lifetime supply for the cost of any other juicer on this list.

85%
#2

Tribest Green Star Elite

WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE IT

This commercial-grade juicer makes juice from anything.


PROS

12-Year Warranty, Stainless Steel Gears

CONS

Large Size, Price, Struggles with Citrus

Quality

This machine is a commercial-grade juicer that can do everything from juice to nut butters.

95%
Design

Stainless steel design looks cool, although it’s a bit large for your kitchen countertops.

90%
Value

At $550, this is the most expensive juicer on the list.

80%
#1

Omega NC900HDC

WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE IT

Although expensive, this stainless steal slow juicer from Omega is a durable beast. The 150-watt motor rotates at 80-rpm for optimal extraction, and there are multiple pulp filter screens to ensure you have the purest, freshest juice possible. It handled everything we threw at it – from bananas and spinach to oranges, pears, melons, and more – with ease. It also has useful accessories to make pasta, grind herbs, and more.

PROS

Variety of Settings, Pulp Level Selection and Ejection, Works with All Fruits and Veggies, Strong Motor with Lots of Torque, Stainless Steel and Black Veneer, 12-Year Warranty

CONS

Pricey, Heavyweight, Juice Bins Look Tacky

Quality

No other juicer we tested could match the NC900HDC in juice quality. Its motor was able to easily handle anything we threw at it. The efficiency of this machine and ability to get rid of pulp are beyond anything else in a consumer model.

95%
Design

Omega’s juicers have a clean look, almost like a high-end toaster. The chrome and black works perfectly in any kitchen’s décor. The variety of accessories that come in the box are great, and put Omega juicers on par with KitchenAid stand mixers as kitchen workhorses.

95%
Value

The downside of this versatile masticating juicer is price. At $380, it’s a bit expensive.

85%

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