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Jack LaLanne JLPJB Power Juicer Juicing Machine
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- Special patented juice extraction technology with extra-large round feeder and super sized detachable pulp collector
- 3,600 rpm motor has lifetime guarantee and whisper quiet operation
- Commercial quality with good housekeeping seal of approval
- Bonus power juicing recipe guide
- Built-in safety features
- Countertop juicing machine with an extra-large feeder chute
- Powerful 3,600-RPM motor offers whisper-quiet operation
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*Now for my explanation on the pulp. Apples for example, frequently result in very thin slices being discarded into the pulp collector. That doesn't thrill me. Also in general, despite the pulp being dry, I discover on dismantling the juicer there's a good amount of wet juicy pulp that's stuck to the inside (think: apple sauce). The TV demonstration's somewhat misleading on their claim of this juicer's superiority in extracting juice completely from fruits and vegies.
As mentioned by others, the parts are plastic, so take care in washing well. For me the green side (scour pad) of the sponge will remove a great deal of the staining, especially if you clean it right after using, but be gentle, because you don't want to scratch it up and create more crevices for stains to seep.
By the way, you do still need to cut the fruit, like large apples and oranges which cannot be fed into the chute. But of course, the preparation process is lessened as peeling and de-seeding is an optional step. Be careful when you use this juicer on harder veggies like beets, though. The way I get around this is by cutting them down and alternating with another type of veg/fruit. Fortunately I haven't had any problems by following the suggestions outlined by the LaLannes, but I can definitely sense there's a limit.Read more ›
To new juicers who haven't ever juiced before: Yes, there is clean-up involved. Yes, there will be organic particulate matter in the juice-machine made juice (this is actually a good thing), much more so than heavily strained 'store bought' juices. If you're looking for a magic machine where you can throw fruits and veggies into a chute and out pops a bottle of Welches, sorry. That's Star Trek, not juicing... and even if that's what the juicer accomplished, if that's what you want, then why buy a juicer in the first place?
The reason we juice is because we want our juices to be totally natural, without additives and preservatives, and with all of the nutrients inherent to the fruit or veggie left intact. You do not get this when you buy a bottle of crystal clear juice at the supermarket. The sacrifice we make for the superior juice is effort and higher cost. The reward is juice that is hugely superior to anything you can buy in a bottle.
Anyway, on to the machine.
This is an exceptional entry level machine. If you buy one and find yourself so enamored by juicing that you want to totally incorporate it into your life, you can eventually consider moving on to a Greenstar or a Breville. For everyone else, this machine is a great starting point and for most of us, is the ending point as well.
I own 4 juicers, running the spectrum of quality from $19.95 to $300. The Lalanne has become the workhorse of the lot.Read more ›
Fast forward to about 2 weeks ago. I hadn't used The Power Juicer for some time & when I started assembling it I heard a crack when I started screwing the blade in - you guessed it, that very same screw had completely cracked off.
After considering the effort in contacting the Power Juice people, packing up & mailing said juicer along w/ $30.00 for the return, I made a bold move. I went online & purchased a used juicer for $10.50 + 15.00 shipping. The pictures looked good & it was missing the pulp basket. WHAT A BARGAIN! When the juicer arrived I unpacked it & immediately inspected this screw. It was cracked.
I have to say I was more angry at "The Power Juice company then the person I purchaed this juicer from. I've seen this in other products as well & it absolutely drives me bonkers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered it thinking it was a new juicer, but it turnout to be used in uses it twice and the midland piece where the knife part lock on place broke. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ana Flores
This Juicer is very good. Compared to the other juicers I've tried, it extracts more juice from the fruit and vegetables. It is well made. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen F
The knife was not sharp enough, to cut the fruits...which was very disappointing, but i replaced it with my older juicer's.Published 2 months ago by Liliana Predoaica
This is my favorite juicer of all time. I have tried others but I absolutely love this model!Published 3 months ago by Brenda Ryals-Burnett
had to sell this and buy a new one motor wasn't strong enough for what we needed it forPublished 4 months ago by Vicky
This is a good machine for home use. Works well and cleans up easily.Published 4 months ago by Robert Ellis
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