Norpro Orange Juicer
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- Measures 9 inches/23cm
- Made of durable die cast aluminum.
- Baked on coating won't rust or react to citrus juices.
- Powder coat paint contains no lead
- Hand washing recommended
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Top Customer Reviews
I just bought this juicer. I was worried about a few things:
1. I saw a Good Eats episode on oranges the very next day after I'd purchased this. Alton Brown held up this exact juicer, said it was junk, threw it away, and recommend using a more sophisticated press.
2. I read the reviews here that said there was lots of orange and juice left behind, because the orange folds up around the edges trapping fruit and juice.
3. Some people said the lemon and lime presses (I have a really cool one with a swiveling plate that lets you choose smaller for limes or larger for lemons) worked great, but the orange one didn't. That made me even more worried since my lemon/lime juicer works great and that's why I went for the orange one.
4. Finally: some people said the broke in a few months.
Here's my review:
I juiced my 1st orange. It worked great.
A. I searched online to see just how much juice an orange should produce. From what I saw, you get 2-3 oz per medium sized orange. My medium sized orange produced exactly 3 oz. So that seems pretty darned good.
B. It didn't take a lot of force to make it work, however once the orange is almost done, some squirted back up again. I am confident that was user error, but we'll see after I go buy some more oranges and experiment. I will update my review with any new facts. Some juice was above the peel. If I just opened up the squeezer and turned it over, that poured into the glass instead of flying up into my eye.
C. About the fold up, fruit left behind comments. Yup. It folded up. Yup, there was fruit in the fold. I unfolded that lip and ate what was left. It was juicy and delicious!Read more ›
This is one of my favorite kitchen gadgets, I use it all the time. It is especially great for making the tastiest, freshest OJ the likes of which you can't buy in stores. Every once in a while we get 25 cent/lb oranges, one of my favorite produce times of year!
I have used this style juicer for years since I had seen a Martha Stewart episode where this style juicer was recommended. I have been hooked ever since due to the ease of use and amount of juice that is rendered compared to other styles of juicers. Until I found this one and bought it had no clue that they made them big enough for oranges!!!
This style of juicer gets the most juice in the quickest amount of time that I have experienced (over 85%), without the translucent bitter white pulp that you get from "grinding" your orange on an old fashion style juicer or using many electric style juicers.
...HINT, you must use it correctly though! Some very SMART people writing reviews here insist that it "Doesn't work well with Navel oranges" or it does not get all of the juice out with the "remaining 1/3rd [juice] is left inside juicy pulp". I will assure you right now, this juicer will juice ALL oranges (even those elusive and un-juiceable Navels) that will fit in it, hahaha!!!
(The following may seem obvious to most of us but "Peter H. Kosel" and "KM" from Las Vegas pay close attention...Read more ›
I juiced the first bagful using my old fashioned twist juicer, with its ridged egg-shape top screwed into a 12 oz. glass container. This yielded four liters of juice, but my right arm was sore after all that twisting. So I ordered the Norpro juicer, and when it arrived two days later I decided to do an experiment.
For the second bagful I squeezed one half of each orange in the twist juicer, and the other half in the Norpro. I got pretty good at dividing the oranges into two equal halves. I randomly selected which half went to each juicer.
The result of this test was that the twist juicer yielded 1330 cc (45 oz) of juice. The Norpro yielded 991 cc (33.5 oz).
I conclude that if oranges are free (or price is no object), the Norpro is good value. It greatly facilitates squeezing lots of oranges.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These Norpro Orange Juicer (orange) plus the Norpro Lime Juicer (yellow) LOOK so CUTE in my drawer! I can't help it: despite their useless fact - well enough said after giving them... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peace Love Light
I like this juicer but I am a bit worried about how long it will last. I have another Norpro juicer than is lime sized with a polished finish and it seems much more stout than this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Burns
Works like a charm! Super heavy duty metal construction with durable outer coating.Published 4 months ago by Kmbp15
Fast shipping. Works great with oranges and big limes and lemons. Thank you.Published 6 months ago by loquesea
Junk used it once and the powder coating is coming off. Only uses small oranges. Do not buy this crapPublished 9 months ago by Donald J.