Best Juicer Reviews – Centrifugal Juice Extractors

Of all the juice extractors available on the market there are basically just two different kinds to choose from – masticating juice extractors and centrifugal juice extractors. Masticating juicers are generally the more expensive juice extractors that extract more nutrition from fruits and vegetables. They run very slowly and therefore take longer to make a juice than centrifugal juice extractor. They also require more muscle on the users behalf. Centrifugal juicers, run at very high speeds that juice fruits and vegetables quickly and with ease. Here are two juicer reviews of the two best selling centrifugal juice extractors – the Jack LaLanne power juicer and the Breville Juice fountain elite.

Breville 8ooJexl Juice Fountain Elite Juicer Review
The Breville 800JEXL juice fountain elite knocked the socks off all other centrifugal juice extractors when it was released a few years back. It features a 13,000RPM 1000 Watt Italian motor. 13,000RPm is extremely fast with the second fastest centrifugal juice extractor on the market only delivering 7000RPM. This sheer display of power makes this the fastest household juicer available. In fact it would also hold up to industrial use, no problem!

There is actually nothing that can slow it down. Tough vegetables like beets and potatoes are juiced in literally seconds with out any sign of murmur or stress upon the motor. Breville prides themselves on the fact that you can make an 8oz apple juice in 5 seconds. Having used this juicer I can attest that this claim is true.

Of course, all that speed and power doesn’t come without the according price. It is more expensive than any other centrifugal juicer and you can pick one up at the official Breville site for $300. If you can afford this and you are looking for a juicer that can do the job fast, then the Breville 800JEXL juice fountain elite truly is the ‘elite’ juicer.

Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Review
The Jack LaLanne power juicer machines are cheaper than the Breville juice fountain elite, with the entry level power juicer classic retailing for $100 with the high end model costing $150. The great price of the Jack LaLanne power juicers are a fundamental selling point and you really do get a great juicer for what you spend.

Delivering 3,600RPM the Jack LaLanne power juicers provide about one quarter of the power of a Breville juice fountain elite. However, don’t let that deter you, that is still a lot of power! The power juicers can still break down tough vegetables like potatoes and beets into juice, it just takes a little longer and requires a little more work for the user, but nothing drastic! On the whole it is still a fairly easy to use juice extractor. For more information about juice extractors visit juicer reviews.

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