Champion Juicer Black Com... has been added to your Cart

Other Sellers on Amazon
Add to Cart
& FREE Shipping. Details
Sold by: Richmond Home Center
Add to Cart
+ Free Shipping
Sold by: Living Whole Foods
Add to Cart
+ Free Shipping
Sold by: Harvest Essentials
Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
  • Champion Juicer Black Commercial Juicer
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
  • To view this video download Flash Player

Champion Juicer Black Commercial Juicer

| 35 answered questions

Price: $295.00 & FREE Shipping. Details
In Stock.
Sold by Etailz and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.
  • Powered by a full 1/3 horsepower, heavy-duty General Electric motor.
  • Use as a homogenizer to make veggie loaves, Frozen Sorbets, Sherbets, Baby Foods, Fruit Sauces and Nut Butters.
  • Large 1.75" Diameter Feed Tube, 1725 RPMs, 540 Watt Motor, 110V 50HZ
  • 10 Year Limited Manufacturers Warranty (1 Year on cutter blade and screens) / 5 year limited warranty on all juicing parts and a 3 year warranty on its motor. All parts 100 % FDA nylon, stainless steel shaft.
14 new from $295.00 3 used from $210.00

The Amazon.com Juicing Guide
Learn more about juicing, juicers, and even juice recipes in our Juicing Guide.

Frequently Bought Together

Champion Juicer Black Commercial Juicer + Champion Juicer Greens Attachment
Price for both: $369.96

Buy the selected items together

Special Offers and Product Promotions

Color: Black
  • Buy Used and Save: Buy a Used "Champion Juicer Black Commercial Juicer" and save 28% off the $295.00 list price. Buy with confidence as the condition of this item and its timely delivery are guaranteed under the "Amazon A-to-z Guarantee". See all Used offers.
  • Get a $100 Amazon.com Gift Card: Get the Discover it card and get a $100.00 Amazon.com Gift Card* after your first purchase within 3 months. Learn more.

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 7.8 x 12 inches ; 23 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000E4C53M
  • Item model number: G5-PG-710
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (233 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,384 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  •  Would you like to give feedback on images?

Product Description

Color: Black

Heavy duty front and rear ball bearing installation for smoother running, maximum R.P.M.'S. Added winding capacity which increases starting torque and allows the motor to run cooler increasing the durability factor and performance under heavy use conditions. Blades are made of tempered stainless steel. They never separate and rust. Versatile machine and can juice all types of fruits and vegetables. Cannot juice wheatgrass. Makes nut butters, frozen fruit sorbets, baby foods, ice creams, sherbets, purees, salsa, muesli and more. All parts are FDA approved. Versatile design can also make fruit sauces, baby foods, nut butters, ice cream, sherbets and fruit smoothies. -No intermittent cleaning required - a floating cutter effectively separates the juice from the pulp in one quiet, continuous - and seemingly effortless - operation. Made in the USA. 1725 RPM's and will max out at 616 watts. Assembly Instructions: -Designed with simplicity in mind - no nuts, bolts, screws or clamps. Assembly can be completed in seconds. Variable 110/220 volt 50/60 hertz. Can be converted for domestic or overseas use.

WHATS IN THE BOX: Body, Cutter (Ivory), Screen Holder, Screen (Standard), Blank, Tamper (Black), Funnel (Smoke), Bowl (Standard), Sieve and Book

Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and easy to clean up.
Juicers are not cheap so get one that works for you to start out with and it will be with you a very long time.
The machine is very heavy, and the plastics used seem durable.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

982 of 1,005 people found the following review helpful By JK on August 16, 2008
Color Name: Black
Before considering reviews of juicers, the first thing the reader needs to examine is the experience of the reviewer. I've noticed that dozens of these reviews are by those new to juicing, often assessing their first juicer purchase. They then are making arbitrary statements about equipment of which they know little. Rather like assessing a sewing machine, a camera, any piece of technology without sufficient perspective.

I began juicing back in the 70's when I became vegetarian. At that time juicers were not considered fashionable as now, and certainly there were no infomercials or cable! There was a fairly inexpensive line of centrifugal juicers made by Braun, Krups, Oster, etc. There was the Norwalk, still the Rolls-Royce of juicers (at $2000+). There was the excellent Acme centrifugal (now sold as Omega). And there was the Champion, then selling for $250-300. After chopping through a nice little Braun in a year or so I spent hard-earned college earnings on a Champion; they only came in white then. Much of of the hoopla about oxidation of juice hadn't come up yet. We had no health food stores in Texas that I knew about that carried the Champion, so I ordered mine over the phone.

I was shocked when it arrived at the weight. This is no lightweight! Unlike the department store juicers, it has a very large motor, a GE, with tons of torque. This is because this is a masticating juicer with a slow-turning cutting cone. Without the cone assembly on the front it is actually not large at all.

The 'plastic' parts on the Champion were/are nylon rather than just molded plastic. This means they are also quite flexible and are of course shatterproof.
Read more ›
101 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
102 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Anne-Marie Borbely-Bartis on March 27, 2008
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I remember seeing Champion juicers in organic co-ops I entered with my mother when I was young (Santa Cruz, CA, early 70s). Thus I guessed them to be durable machines, if the same basic style is still in service today. So when I noticed how many customers complained about other juicers breaking down quickly, I bought the Champion. I couldn't have made a better choice.

It probably takes twice as long to juice an orange as it would in a Breville--but 2x isn't minutes here, it's seconds. And because it juices by mastication, the final product probably has a higher nutrient content (via cell wall destruction) than a centrifuge-based juicer.

All components slip together easily and logically; an attachable funnel comes with the machine for feeding berries and nuts.

I had a Jack La Lane juicer 7-8 years ago; I found cleaning to be difficult (at the time JLL machines used a flimsy plastic strip for the centrifuge). With the Champion, I can dissasemble and clean everything (high-end polymers and stainless steel) in about 45 seconds.

It's a heavy machine, due to the GE-manufactured 1/3 hp motor. But that's also the final reason why I chose it. As an energy tech analyst, I know that GE motors last forever in small appliances, and the Champion is manufactured in Lodi, CA. That means I'm assured of excellent customer service (I'm now in Washington, D.C) if the need should ever arise.

Update: It has now been almost two years since I first bought this juicer, and it still works perfectly. Sometimes I juice large quantities of greens and other fruit/veggies on the weekend, and freeze them for breakfast throughout the week. I do have to clean out the armature for every, oh, four cups of juice I make.
Read more ›
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
220 of 233 people found the following review helpful By Robert W. Bardwell on December 26, 2006
Color Name: Black
A friend's parents fell in love with frozen banana & pineapple smoothies that they had in Hawaii, and noted that the Champion juicer was all that was used in making this favored treat.

I recently was fortunate enough to try out the frozen creations. The frozen banana is delicious - add nothing else but a frozen banana to the juicer, and you have a perfect creamy dessert! Same with pineapples and other fruits.

Yesterday, I opened up a Champion Juicer under the Christmas tree. Found a few apples that were lying around, and the juicer in seconds had a jarful of tasty foamy juice. We took some grapes that were not going to get eaten, and threw those in the juicer as well, and had a perfect glass of grape juice.

I highly recommend this juicer - cleans in about 2 minutes, and is very easy to operate.

EDIT: 2/28/2011: Five years later and the Champion is still going strong! This thing stands up to the test of time. Still churning out frozen concoctions and juices of all kinds.
3 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
179 of 190 people found the following review helpful By JK on August 20, 2008
Color Name: White
Whoever the reviewer named Joyce Evans is, she has a real problem, and it isn't Champion. This reviewer has gone on Amazon and other review sites with the same misrepresentation: that Champion doesn't support its older juicers with parts.

The Plastaket company, owned by the same family from the beginning, introduced the Champion in 1955. It was the same, now classic, design, using a large and very powerful GE motor turning at ~1700rpm, as opposed to 3500-16,000 rpm on a centrifugal juicer. Looking at the juicer, the feed/chute part, the cutting cone and the screen are made of high-grade nylon as opposed to the cheaper and easier molded plastic on today's juicers. With use over the years, the molds for these parts simply wore out and new, visually identical parts were made. However, this is a precision machine and the new parts were different enough that they don't fit the very oldest juicers.

My Champion was purchased nearly 30 years ago. After reading this woman's entries here and elsewhere, I called up Plastaket. As with any juicer heavily used, the cutting mechanism will dull over time and should be replaced every few years. The entire assembly was still available for my juicer, as I expected. I spoke at some length with the company and brought up this woman's work online. The change in the parts was explained to me; they readily stated that their very oldest juicers don't have an inventory of parts.

I ask other readers: how many small appliance manufacturers keep parts past a very few years? What do readers think of the probability of getting new cutting baskets for all these Juiceman and LaLanne labeled juicers 10 years from now, much less 30 years from now?
Read more ›
16 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Most Recent Customer Reviews

See the Top Rated juicers in our Juicer Reviews.