Juiceman JM1000M Juiceman Express Junior Silver Metallic Juice Extractor and Food Processor
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- Combination juice extractor and food processor with 9 cup workbowl and 3-inch wide mouth feed chute minimizes precutting
- High and low speed control plus perfect prep pulse control with 450 watts of power
- Stainless steel cutting assemblies with titanium coating for added performance and durability
- Dishwasher-safe accessories plus cleaning brush and over 50 recipes included in bonus recipe book
- Measures 18 by 18 by 9 inches; 2-year limited warranty
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My husband and I just took out of the box (it was mostly assembled in the box- it comes with the base plus about four additional parts that snap into place), quickly cleaned the machine, plugged it in, and away we went.
We threw in a handful of grapes, a whole apple, four carrots, two pieces of celery, and a small handful of spinach (what we had in the fridge at the moment). Everything was put into the juicer whole (except for the apple, which was the size of a softball and had to be cut in half) and fit fine. Within a flip of a switch and an instant to work, my husband had a HUGE tumbler of a frothy, cold, creamy fruit and veggie smoothie. And it actually tastes really good. I've never been a big fan of juicing, (I drink a lot of tea) but I do have to admit, there's a serious refreshing and crisp quality to a fresh glass of juice. It's definitely better than the stuff you get from the store. And as long as you have more glasses to put under the spout, you can continue juicing as long as you like.
Just a few small complaints- food can pop up from the shoot when the machine is running, and it's a little messy when disassembling for cleanup. But that's to be expected.
This is NOT a machine that grinds up seeds and pits and the typically "unedible" bits of fruit and veggies, just so you know. Most of the pulp from the fruits and veggies were in the receptacle (the long black piece on the side of the unit) but a few bits ended up in the bowl, easily cleaned out with a quick rinse.Read more ›
Making fresh juice is an absolute snap. One of the things I wanted to try was apple juice from my preferred variety of apples - Braeburn. The apples did require minimal prep as the large apple was too big for the chute. I had to quarter them in order for them to fit. That was the extent of the prep. I recommend reading the instructions because the booklet gives the instruction of starting the Juiceman for 10 seconds on low speed before adding fruit and/or vegetables. For juicing there are two speeds, and the instruction booklet lists most common fruits with the recommended setting. There is also a perfect prep option, but this is for use in "processor" mode. Apples being a harder fruit required the high speed. Once I loaded the pieces in, I only needed to apply slight pressure to move the apples through. It dispensed through the spout into my glass, and that's it. I would advise users to either be patient or put a small dish under the spout as the juice continues to drip longer than you might expect. The juice itself was very smooth. I found it interesting that it had a head much like a freshly poured beer. I stirred the juice to make sure that it was mixed, but the head endured. However, it did not affect that taste at all.Read more ›
First point: The juicer does a good job. It makes juice and is relatively problem free. As someone new to juicing, the cost and level of work involved was a bit of a surprise to me. Having said that:
*Seems solidly constructed
*Works as advertised
*Doubles as a food processor, but we didn't try that functionality
*Juice spout is diagonal instead of directed downward, so some juice "spray" can miss your receptacle
*It's a lot of effort and requires a lot of cleaning
If you grow your own fruits and vegetables and enjoy juice, then a juicer like this may well be a good investment. But be prepared to put some effort into the process!
The Juiceman Express Junior does an adequate job of extracting juice from most fruits. We've made and mixed apple, pear, watermelon and grape (both red and green) juices. Oranges didn't fare so well and the output was less than satisfactory.
As a food processor this is, again, adequate at the job but no great standout. It is good for making pesto, grinding toppings for frying and baking. We've also made slightly lumpy peanut butter (it just would not grind smooth) and less than stellar mayonnaise. The bowel has decent capacity for most small jobs.
Juicing does however make an amazing amount of mess but cleanup wasn't too bad. All removable parts are dishwasher safe and clean up by hand fairly well. The only part I found hard to clean was the juicing basket. After running around a dozen apples through the juicer it took quite a while to get the extractor basket clean and required much poking and scrubbing with a stiff brush to accomplish.
In conclusion, as an occasional use appliance and for people with limited storage space this is an acceptable product. If you plan on heavy usage or large jobs you might want to look elsewhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this for a couple of years now and although it's not sold new, this review may be of help to someone considering a refurbished or second hand model. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kindle Customer
I cook a lot and prefer to make things from scratch whenever possible. The fresher the ingredients, the better the food tastes – and it is often healthier, too. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jennifer A. Ray
This juiceman makes a heck of a mess. Juice all over the counter and a real pain in the neck to clean up. I gave it away.Published 20 months ago by AFAHOF
I recommend you do not put it in the dishwasher. I did and it started leaking right away. I bought a better Breville and am very happy with it.Published 23 months ago by Jo Stephens
This was my third juicer this year. We juiced daily but seem to keep burning out juicers. The first juicer I purchased was a Juiceman and it lasted for years so I decided to try... Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I use it daily, great product. Easy to clean. Makes a great juice out of just about all vegetables I can throw at it.Published on February 2, 2013 by Nick M
I found this product very good,the price it's great for the quality of the Juicer,i got it today and honestly i can't wait to use it tomorrow.
I highly recommended.
The juicer part of this works fine for us... we use once a week or every other week. But the food processor is another story! WORST EVER... so UNBELIEVABLY frustrating! Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Kvaker
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