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  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 8 x 11 inches ; 26 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000HTPICO
  • Item model number: G5-NG853S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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Product Description

STANDARD US AND CANADIAN HOUSEHOLD UNIT Powered by a full 1/3 h.p. heavy duty General Electric motor. An Improved model with more starting torque, stainless steel motor shaft with latest design of front and rear endshield, front and rear ball bearings for smoother running and cooler operation. Manufactured as per CUL requirements.


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135 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Wings42 on July 5, 2005
I've been using my Champion juicer for about four years now. I also have an Acme 5001 juicer. The Acme is excellent, but I've found myself using the Champion and storing the Acme.

The Champion juicer is extremely easy to set up and use.

The continuous feed feature allows making large amounts of juice without intermittent cleaning. The Champion is versatile. With the screen removed, it's a mincer. With the blank instead of the screen it makes sorbets. With the large hole screen, the juice is pulpier, my preference. You can buy a mill attachement to mill small amounts of flour, nuts, or flax seed.

Juicing is messy. The Champion is OK in that regard but not great. It's not as messy as some, more messy than others. Cleanup is quick and easy. Disassembly is a breeze. Unlike other machines with many parts and hard-to-clean screened centrifical baskets, the Champion has a small semi flat filter screen that is easy to clean.

The plastic parts are tough nylon but stain easily from food. The stains go away in the dishwasher. The parts aren't supposed to be dishwasher safe, but we've never had problems.

The residue is usually reasonably dry. If not, it can be run through again to squeeze more juice out of it. The residue can be used as mulch or to thicken and flavor soups and stews.

The home model motor has almost never stalled on me, though it has slowed with carrots or cabbage if I use too much pressure. Just a slightly reduced pressure on the tamper and the motor speeds right back up.

I know somebody who has had the same Champion since the 1950's and still uses it. Parts are reasonably priced and easily available.

It doesn't juice grass, but you can roll the leaves of cabbage or lettuce and juice them.
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88 of 93 people found the following review helpful By C. Harris on September 3, 2004
First off I'd like to say for the price the Champion is an excellent machine for what I imagine most people use it for. However with that being said I must say that for a Raw foodist or a pro-active vegan/vegitarian it is less than ideal. It makes juice GREAT but does not juice greens or wheatgrass well and smokes when you try to homogonize several things such as almond butter and wheat berries. Overall good but defintly has room for improovement.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. CARDINAL on June 18, 2007
I bought it around 18 years ago and have used it off an on ever since. It's definitely the most industrial piece of kitchen equipment I have.

I've recently started using it regularly again and thought to myself there must surely be easier to clean better juicers on the market after all this time. I've pored over reviews and information on all other juicers I could find and was surprised that really there is nothing better out there still. Sure there are easier to clean ones but they do not seem to juice as well and people complain of them breaking down all the time. 18 years is a pretty good track record, I guess I'll just live with the cleanup time.

My juicer works as well as it did the day I got it, however it has become quite stained from all the juicing over the years. The auger has yellowed somewhat. I've never replaced any of the parts.

On the downside I still wish it would do citrus without foaming so heavily but I guess that's just the way it is.

I'm not certain if the newer models use the same motors, this thing weighs easily 20 to 30 pounds, maybe it's more like the commercial type models they have now. Anyway, I thought since I had it so long I should mention that here for anyone who needs this info.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By SWfromCT on May 29, 2005
I am not a raw foodist, but I really like making my own peanut butter, good juices and fruit sorbet. For these sorts of things, the Champion is great. We like putting frozen fruit into it to make yummy, no-sugar-added desserts. and since it has a continuous extraction, it doesn't get clogged. Definitely worth the price.
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55 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Linda R. Hendrex VINE VOICE on June 21, 2008
I got my Champion Juicer about 15 years ago, and LOVED it. It is a well made and versatile workhorse that does everything from grinding grain to making peanut butter. However do not be fooled by the new machines. They look the same, but the interior configuration is different. It does not work the way it is supposed to, and the company doesn't care.

Several years after I got my juicer, my mother-in-law wanted to get a better juicer than the centrifigual one she already had. Upon MY advice, she gave away her old, reliable juicer and bought a Champion. I was shocked that the motor sounded loose and rattly, and the pulp came out wet and drippy. Hardly any juice came out. It was obviously a piece of junk that was either broken, or poor quality, or both.

I called Whole Foods, where it was purchased, and they said that they did not offer any warranties on their juicers. They advised me to contact Champion directly. When I called the Champion company, the person who answered the phone was rude and defensive. She said that they had "upgraded" the unit, and that the noise simply reflected the "better" motor. She flatly denied that the machine could possibly be defective, and she said that the company policy does not allow refunds. She claimed that we must be doing something wrong - it didn't matter that I already owned one and knew how it was supposed to work. My only choice was to ship this extremely heavy machine back to California (AT MY OWN EXPENSE), or accept it as is!

So my unfortunate mother-in-law had given away her good juicer, and was stuck with one that barely worked. It languished in her cupboard for a long time, unused. Now, several years later, she is caring for a sick family member, and desperately needs fresh juice.
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