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Norpro Stainless-Steel Citrus Juice Press

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  • Extracts every last drop of juice from lemons, limes, and oranges
  • Made from beautifully-finished, 18/10 stainless steel; professional weight
  • Extra-long handles for extra leverage
  • Dishwasher-safe
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 3 x 3 inches ; 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002IBOAK
  • Item model number: 523
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (636 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,503 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Whether you're whipping up a batch of fresh cocktails or exploring ethnic cuisine, citrus is an essential ingredient for every home kitchen. Much easier to operate than the traditional hand-held juicer, this compact citrus press is the ideal tool for squeezing lemons, limes, and oranges. Made from gleaming 18/10 stainless steel in a professional weight, it extracts more juice in less time thanks to extra-long handles. Small holes allow juice to flow while filtering out pulp and seeds. When you're done squeezing, the Nor Pro Citrus Press cleans up easily in the dishwasher. --Mary Park

Product Description

Nor Pro Stainless Steel Citrus Press Juicer. 18/10 Stainless steel. Beautiful finish and professional weight. Extra long handles give you more leverage. Maximum juice extraction with minimal effort. Squeeze every last drop effortlessly.


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Customer Reviews

It is very sturdy and feels well made.
P. Dao
The pin that holds the hinge broke after only three months of use.
John Safranek
Squeezes every last drop of juice out of lemons and limes.
B. Dunne

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

963 of 969 people found the following review helpful By Gary C. Johansen on August 26, 2005
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I had bought one of the cast aluminum citrus press a week before and broke it after one day. As I use it mostly for limes and lemons I didn't want a stand type press because it took up too much kitchen counter real estate. So I did a search on the net and came across this one.

First it's stainless steel and built tough,very heavy duty. second it's got a 3" bowl, large enough for the large limes and lemons, but I'm afraid that it's too small for most oranges sold in supermarkets.

I feel that the design could be improved with another roll of holes in the bottom of the press, but other than that it's the best I've come across. Since I've received it, I've had a chance to look in several specialty cooking stores and haven't found one comparable.

**** Update, it's now 8/15/07. I use the press almost every day (my favorite drink is 2 packets of splenda, one fresh lime and a quart of carbonated water over ice). The press is in the same shape it when I bought it. No deformation of the handles (I'm a big guy 6'6" and 325 lbs and I've really squeezed the handles hard), after a pass through the dishwasher it shines like new.

**** Update it's now 11/18/2009. Still using it just about every day and it still looks and works like new.

**** Update 1/12/2012. Still works fine, I now have a small amount of deflection in the handles(hey after 6.5 years of hard use that's not too bad), my solution is to squeeze one half of the lime, take it out, put the other half in and then put the first half on top and squeeze them both. This is working for me, but if it gets any worse I'll consider getting a new one - I still love this device.

To quantify the deflection in the handle, the gap is less than ¼" in the pressing area. Arrived at by measuring the distance between the bottom of the top bowl and the bottom of the lower bowl (through a hole in the lower bowl) and deducting the thickness of the metal of the lower bowl.
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663 of 667 people found the following review helpful By Bob Tobias #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on March 23, 2006
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I bought one of the less expensive green aluminum juicers and it broke in the middle of the first lime. This is solidly built and I expect it to last for a very long time. Also, it's longer handle means it's easier to use.

UPDATE: It's been about 4.5 years since I bought this and it still works (and looks) like new. We go through about a dozen lemons and limes each week which comes out to over 5,000 uses without any problems. For me, in hindsight, spending a little extra for the Norpro was a good choice.

UPDATE: (3/2013) Had this for seven years now. We still use a lot of citrus, especially since there is one more of us, and the Norpro still doesn't show any signs of wear. I'm even embarrassed to admit it goes through the dishwasher four or five times a week.

BTW, I feel that honest, effective reviews can take the place of first-hand experiences that are lacking in online shopping. I've always appreciated the help I've received from other reviewers and work hard to return the favor as best as I can. I hope you found this review helpful and if there was anything you thought was lacking or unclear leave a comment and I'll do what I can to fix it.
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482 of 498 people found the following review helpful By Ilya Tsymbal on August 17, 2006
This isn't immediately obvious, and indeed somewhat counter-intuitive, so I thought I would share. To prevent the juice from squirting up into your eyes, and to achieve proper extraction, you need to place the lemon or lime half with the cut side pointed down into the press, not up facing you, which would seem to fit better. The squeezer will get every last drop out, and in the process invert the skin of the citrus inside out, leaving you with only the skin and no juice.
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95 of 99 people found the following review helpful By David R. Beaudry on October 18, 2012
This Norpro citrus press is controvertial. Reviews from the period before about 2010 say it's very strongly made. Those reviews from 2010 and later say its poorly made, weak and prone to breakage and bending! It appears Norpro is using less steel in this press and for this reason it's no longer is a safe purchase.
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62 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Driv3r on March 3, 2006
I ordered two lime squeezers, one from some place in Utah and this one. The one from Utah was a piece of junk. It had metal flakes coming off the squeezer (in case you wanted to add some toxicity to your juice) and when you tried to squeeze with it, the skin from your hand gets pinched between the two handles ... OUCH! It costed $9.99 but was worthless.

This one costed $19.99 and was well worth it. The smooth handles don't pinch your skin at all. In fact I let my kid use all the time. It works great on those medium sized limes. You see the juice flow out nice and uniformly. I do recommend microwaving refrigerated limes for 30-sec before cutting in half and squeezing. This lime-squeezer juices about 8 to 10 times faster than by just squeezing the lime with your hands.

I've tried it on key-limes (they're real small like 1-inch in diameter). It works well, except that after you squeeze the key-lime once, you have to pop it back into shape and squeeze the same half again to get more juice. I usually do this three times per key-lime.

I have not tried lemons, though I'm sure it will work fine. I would not try to do oranges (maybe clementines). This squeezer was clearly built for the smaller, more potent fruits.

Cleaning is a cinch. Just run it under warm water and some soap and you're done. This is one of the best buys I've ever made.

Oh I forgot to mention that I'm a man. Why does this matter? Cause you need a little strength to squeeze with this thing. It's strong, sturdy and safe, but you'll need some forearm power. My kid definitely has trouble squeezing without help. Perhaps after microwaving the limes, if you roll them firmly on a cutting board or counter-top that might make it easier.

If you're a lime-aholic, this is a must-buy!!!

I initially wrote this review about 2 years ago. I can't believe the price has gone up by 300%.
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