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Black & Decker CJ525 CitrusMate Plus Citrus Juicer


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  • Large 1 liter (34 ounce) pitcher
  • Adjustable pulp control
  • Automatic self-reversing reamer with stirrer
  • Easy-pour spout
  • Small and large cones for lemons / limes and oranges / grapefruits
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Product Details

Product Manual [227kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.9 x 6.9 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SC51
  • Item model number: CJ525
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (333 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,485 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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With a capacity of more than a quart (34 ounces), this electric juicer can prepare family-size portions with little operator effort. Large and small cones fit on the reamer to accommodate different-size fruits. The reamer automatically reverses itself to extract the maximum amount of juice, while a stirrer presses juice from the pulp in the strainer. Finally, there's an adjustable control that regulates how much pulp goes into the juice, a feature margarita fanciers will welcome. For storage, the cord wraps in a slot around the base, and a cover protects against dust. Hand wash this juicer in warm soapy water. --Fred Brack

Editor's Choice:A great first juicer, or a good juicer for someone who doesn't juice every day, Black & Decker's CitrusMate Plus citrus juicer is our choice for best citrus juicer under $50. It will fit into every budget and still deliver lots of fresh juice. This juicer is extremely easy to use, as you just install the cone you want to use (it comes with two cones, making it adaptable for different sizes of fruit), plug it in, and press the fruit down into the cone. Then it goes to work automatically.

Product Description

Great for juicing lemons - limes - tangerines - oranges - grapefruits / Flavorful and nutritious / Tasty, quick and easy to use

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Customer Reviews

It is easy to clean and very easy to use.
B. Webster
I used it at least 6 times/day for 21 days in a row while doing the master cleanse, it worked flawlessly.
Tracy
Motor is very underpowered, quits and just stops working with very little pressure.
Kam

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

124 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Florida Girl on December 22, 2003
This juicer is awesome. It is light and small in size which makes it not only easy to store but makes me willing use it all the time - no dread of lugging out some huge, heavy contraption. I live in South Florida and have a yard full of grapefruit, orange and key lime trees - this juicer does them all like a champ. With the two sizes of the juicing cone, one juicer takes care of all of my citrus. The strainer pops apart very easily and is a snap to clean with running water alone! You do not need to apply much pressure when using the juicer which allows you to juice many fruit in a row since your arm doesn't get tired. I love the adjustable pulp strainer - my husband likes lots of pulp, I like a little, and some friends just like the juice alone - no problem with this little workhorse. I also love that it gets all the juice out of the fruit - the fruit is dry after going on top of this machine! The juice flows right into the pitcher which makes it perfect for pouring right into your glass or into any other container - pitchers, plastic zip top bags, etc. I had looked and looked for a good juicer and most were expensive, bulky, hard to clean, etc. but not this great machine. I was skeptical since it is so cheap, but thought, "Well, what do I have to lose since I'm not spending much on it?" - now I'm in love with it. I'm such a fan that I just bought a second one to take to our vacation house!
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101 of 102 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 20, 2000
most other juicers will tire out your wrists long before you have enough juice for a cup, but not this one. using it couldn't be easier- cut the oranges in half, hold one half over the top, and it spins around, and your juice ends up in the little pitcher on the bottom. when you have enough (it has handy markings on the sides of the pitcher for measuring), twist off the pitcher & pour it out.
because the motor is in the seperate base that doesn't get any juice on it, washing it is super easy- just pop off the juicer piece, the pulp straining top, and the pitcher and wash them in your dishwasher or sink.
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77 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Steve Bailey on November 1, 2005
I was in the appliance section of the store and I was trying to decide between the citrusmate and one that was only 5 dollars cheaper.

And then I saw that the CitrusMate has a separate smaller cone for lemons and lime, and since I was buying this thing to make my life a little bit easier while on the Master Cleanse diet/fast (a lemon and water concoction for 14 days), it was a given.

This is my first juicer, so I don't have a comparison for you, sorry, but I can definitely recommend it as an appliance just by itself. Very efficient in shredding the citrus fruit! It rotates both ways, to get the juice out efficiently. And the clean-up is a breeze.

After this lemonade fast is over, my diet will only be water and juice as far as beverages go, and this thing will be so much easier to use than my Jack la lanne juicing machine, when I just simply want a glass of fresh orange juice!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Dr A VINE VOICE on February 12, 2006
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A nice toy but when you try to make orange or grapefruit juice and push down a little, the engine seizes and stops. You have to be very gentle using this underpowered machine. A little more pressure and it just stops in your hands. I am off to look for something with a bit more power. Nice design but weak delivery!
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Michaela on May 6, 2007
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OK. For two years I used that Cuisinart citrus juicer -- the stainless steel model that looks good on your shelf but turns out to be the Worst Product Ever if you ever actually try to use it. For more details on why that juicer was terrible, feel free to check out my review -- it was a true symphony of atrocious product design. Suffice it to say I was actually very happy when I accidentally dropped the Cuisinart juicer on the floor and it started making a horrible grinding noise, giving me the perfect excuse to buy this one instead.

It made me so very happy to use this one for the first time, because:

* You can use it with one hand and it doesn't try to walk across the counter!

* It doesn't have a spout, so it can't drip juice all over the counter!

* It has a built-in pitcher, so you don't have to waste a glass!

* It has two cones, one for oranges and a smaller one for lemons!

* It has a piece of plastic attached to the bottom cone that moves the pulp around in the pulp tray to get more juice out of it!

Only thing I wish is that they had put cup measurements on the pitcher (they have ounces, though). The pulp strainer is a little gimmicky -- but then I usually strain my juice again with a mesh strainer before I use it in a recipe, so I don't mind. The whole thing is plastic and felt a little lightweight, but it works really well.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Penelope Fritzer on March 23, 2007
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This is a wonderful juicer--I thought it might be too slight since it is very inexpensive, but I bought it because the brand is good so we thought we would try it. It is plenty powerful enough but the wonderful part is that it is so quiet!! That is very hard to find in a juicer. We are so pleased we are buying a second one to have in reserve in case this one goes out of production by the time we wear it out--we live in Florida and use it daily for about 6 months of the year when oranges are in season.
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