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KRUPS ZB500E Infinity Slow Juice Extractor with 2 Stainless Steel Baskets for Juices and Sauces/Smoothies, Silver

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  • Breakthrough design
  • Continuous slow juice extraction (80 rounds per minute)
  • Super silent motor (70 decibels)
  • 3-compartment feeding tube (1,5-ounce diameter each); external jug to collect compacted pulp
  • Anti-drip pouring spout; includes: 2 stainless steel baskets, cleaning brush, 2 plastic jugs, 1 foam separator and recipe book; made in France; 2-year worldwide warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 14.5 x 9.9 inches ; 10.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00DWITU4O
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  • Item model number: 1500866735
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,344 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Inspired by professionals and designed for connoisseurs, KRUPS products have been built with three key attributes in mind: Passion, Precision and Perfection. Prepare a large variety of fresh, tasty and healthy juices with the KRUPS ZB500E52 Slow Juice Extractor. Thanks to its breakthrough juice press technology (with 7 patents) the KRUPS ZB500E52 Slow Juicer extracts more juice and gives a very dry pulp. The KRUPS ZB500E52 Slow Juice Extractor comes with 2 different stainless steel baskets: a finer grid basket (for juices and cocktails) and a coarser grid basket (for sauces, smoothies and coulis). You can vary your tastes infinitely: the only limit is your imagination. This Slow Juicer is easy to use, easy to clean (all removable parts are dishwasher safe) and easy to store (compact design). The KRUPS ZB500E52 Slow Juicer is made in France and has a 2-year worldwide warranty.

Customer Reviews

The pulp that comes out is pretty dry.
RathiMani
Not as hard to clean as the other two Centrifugal Juicers but it does take work.
Scott Bright
Overall, I am fairly pleased with the juicer.
J. E. Nelson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Adam Wood TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 18, 2013
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(The video is long at about nine minutes, but there's an outline at the very beginning that tells when different topics are discussed. The video shows off this Krups and then compares it against the Breville/Kuvings juicer design that I recommend below.)

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I'll say up front that I'm not a juicing expert. I have, however, owned a centrifugal juicer since 2007 and two other masticating juicers since 2012. So, hopefully I can help you as you make your decision on what to buy. The juicers that I've used are:
* Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain centrifugal juicer, bought in 2007, currently $100
* Breville BJS600XL Fountain Crush Masticating Slow Juicer masticating juicer, from Vine in 2012, currently $216 (but was under $200 recently)
* Kuvings NS-850 Silent Upright Masticating Juicer masticating juicer, from Vine in 2012, currently $299
* This model, from Vine in 2013, currently $252

Personally, I greatly prefer the three masticating juicers (including this one) that I've used over the Breville BJE200XL centrifugal model that I bought in 2007. They are quieter, yield (from my experience) a bit more juice, and they don't have sharp blades that you need to worry about while assembling and cleaning them (I really didn't like cleaning that juicer).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Nelson VINE VOICE on December 19, 2013
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Having a small garden in the backyard, we always seem to end up with more vegetables than we know what to do with. While I had always considered buy a juicer, the idea had always been put on the back burner along with taking out the trash and restaining the deck. I had always thought that juicing the veggies we grew might be a great way to minimize wasting what we grew.

I had the privilege to try and test the KRUPS ZB500E52 Infinity Slow Juice Extractor. This was the first juicer I tried. While I would not say going from the box to juicing was a difficult process, being a newbie in the world of juicing, I definitely had to read the directions on how to assemble all of the components. Once I assembled and disassembled it a few times, then it was really easy.

The KRUPS Infinity comes with two screens, one that filters out most particles, and the other that lets larger particles through. The operation of the juicer is a quite simple. Simply chop the foods to be juiced up into sizes small enough to fit through the 3 holes on the top of the extractor. Turning on the extractor turns on a metal auger that feeds and crushes the food through the screen. The juicer comes with two plastic pictures, one to catch the juice and the other to catch the pulp coming out about 90 degrees to the left of the juice spout. Keep feeding your foods through the juicer until their gone and viola, you have juice.

Not having had a juicer before, I really have no basis for comparison. However, the KRUPS Infinity was much quieter than I expected. While I would not say it is quiet enough to have a normal conversation over while using, you don’t have to raise your voice much.

Being an Engineer, I wanted to know how well this unit worked.
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Breakfast in my home has not been the same since my family has taken to making smoothies. They juice fresh carrots, spinach, celery, apples; blend in frozen blueberries, mango and cherries; and add wheat germ, flaxseeds, nut butters and yogurt.

So, it should come as no surprise that the KRUPS Infinity Slow Juice Extractor sits on our kitchen counter like a stainless-steel Buddha, treasured and revered by the breakfast crowd. To be fair, the Krupps juicer isn't much larger than other juicing models (perhaps, a tad taller). Although, the stainless-steel finish is attractive enough to justify leaving it out on your counter if you have the space to spare.

As for the juicer's performance, it does what it claims and it does it well. Clean up is still about five minutes, standard for counter-top juicers, to disassemble, wash and brush out the last bits of pulp from the basket. The Krupps juicer comes with two stainless steel baskets, a fine and coarser grid to accommodate everything from juice to sauces and smoothies.

TIPS:

* Read the manual. Additional instructions are on the company's website. This juicer uses an auger to compress the ingredients instead of chopping them up with blades.

* Practice assembling and disassembling the juicer a couple times before you embark on your first adventure.

* Cut your ingredients into smaller pieces. The feeder holes are smaller than what you'll find on other juicer models. Also, the auger handles some foods (e.g. spinach) differently than blade models. The results are better but you need to make some adjustments in your prep work.

Finally, The parts are dishwasher safe, a feature that my wife greatly appreciated. The juicer comes with a two-year warranty, a feature that I greatly appreciated.

Rating: Five stars
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