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Tribest Green Star GS-1000 Juice Extractor

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  • 110V Model
  • Automatic pulp ejection for continuous juicing and easier clean-up
  • Easily juices most fruits, herbs & vegetables and grinds nuts & grains
  • Works as a food mill for preparation of baby foods, sorbets and nut butters
  • Easy to clean and assemble
  • Portable with balanced ?sure grip? handle for easy carrying
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 19 x 12.5 inches ; 24 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000ZP3MA
  • Item model number: GS-1000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,792 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The only juicer you’ll ever need! For juicing fruits and vegetables of virtually every description, The Green Star Juice Extractor has no rival. From hard roots (carrots, ginger) to fibrous stalks (celery, rhubarb) to even the toughest leafy greens (kale, wheat grass), nothing is better at unleashing every drop of nutrition from fresh produce to boost your health, energy and overall sense of well-being. All models contain everything you’ll need for easy juicing and food processing. Green Star Juicers feature an exclusive low-speed, quiet and heavy-duty Twin-Gear impeller press system that operates with minimal noise, friction and heat, preserving even the most fragile nutrients. HD Twin-Gear juicing technology produces higher juice yield and enhances the nutritional value of every drop. UL, CE, and TUV certified with 5 year warranty. Set includes fine screen, glass juice pitcher, cleaning brush, plastic and wooden plungers.

From the Manufacturer


Features
  • HD Twin Gears
  • No Heat Build Up
  • Bioceramic Magnetic Technology
  • Low Quiet Speed of 110 RPM
  • Pressure Adjusting Knob
  • Automatic Pulp Ejection
  • Sturdy Modern Design
  • 5 Year Warranty

Tribest Greenstar Original Twin Gear Juicer

Greenstar machines are considered by many to be one of the best twin gear juice extractors out on the market. Unlike most juicers, the Greenstar original juicers uses exclusive twin gears as well as magnetic and bio-ceramic technology to extract the maximum amount of nutrition from your vegetables. Independent laboratory test confirm that the Greenstar’s Twin Gear press extracts a substantially higher quantity of minerals than “leading’ juicers. With the technological advancements of the Greenstar juicers, consumers have been able to juice with this reliable juicer for many years.

What is Complete Mastication?

Masticating is the use of single-auger, horizontal, or vertical that employ an auger or dual gear system to crush produce and press the juice out. In the original Greenstar the machine replicates the features of the human mastication system, utilizing the molar (crushing) function, incisor (slicing) and canine function (cutting). The Greenstar original uses all three of these functions, where other competitors only have one or two of the 3 complete mastication steps.

HD Twin Gears

The Greenstar original juicer includes stainless steel bio-ceramic and magnetic twin gears to extract the maximum nutrition from your fruits and vegetables and reducing the amount of oxidation to affect the juice allowing the nutrients to be preserved for up to 48 hours. The twin gears have special cutting points on the outside of the gears to help handle leafy greens and stringy vegetable like celery without the fibers getting tangled or clogged. Also the gears have pocket recesses to process harder vegetables by reducing overall strain on the motor and extending the Greenstar’s operating life.


Customer Reviews

Plus my body craves the juice!
Tight with Yoda
I have quite the opposite of buyer's remorse here, and I'm very glad I made this purchase.
R. Barney
I've owned the Champion II, L'Equip Mini, and this Greenstar juicer.
Pixie Poet

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

344 of 344 people found the following review helpful By Groovy Vegan VINE VOICE on December 6, 2005
I've been juicing since the early 1990s and more recently, as a certified raw foods associate chef, have been preparing a wider range of juicer recipes including pates and ice cream from frozen bananas. I have experience with Green Star, Champion, Juiceman, and several other juicers, and have read quite a bit about various models of juicers. If you are going to be juicing a lot of greens such as kale and parsley, the Green Star will give you a better and more nutritious yield than any juicer on the market. It far exceeds masticating juicers such as the Champion in this regard, as well as centrifugal juicers such as the Juiceman. A huge benefit of Green Star is that it juices wheat grass, so you will not need a dedicated wheat grass juicer. It's also amazingly quiet, far quieter (and a bit slower) than my Champion. And like the Champion, it does a great job with pates, frozen ice cream, and other recipes requiring a homogenizing blade, also known as a "blank." With a slower speed, the juice does not heat up as much as with a Champion and oxidizes slower.

So is there a catch? Yes. There are far more parts to assemble, disassemble, and clean than with a Champion. I'm reminded of the time when my brother was a child, he asked to borrow my father's watch, and my father said, "sure." A few days later, my father wanted his watch back, and entered my brothers room to find a bazillion little pieces on the floor: gears, springs, etc. My brother explained that he wanted the watch so he could take it apart, but not to worry he said, "I'll put it back together." My father said, "don't worry about it, you can keep the watch." When I take apart a Green Star juicer, I always think of this story because it has so many more parts than a Champion.
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164 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Lund Wolfe on June 25, 2006
I've been juicing for 20 years. My description of the Green Star 1000 is based on my experience with an old Champion, a new Champion, and an old Wheateena grass juicer. The Green Star spits pulp out the end so you can juice continuously just like the other juicers. The pulp discharged is always quite dry and completely shredded and it extracts a maximum amount of very high quality juice from everything it juices well. Exceptions are described below. It leaks a little juice into the pulp at the very start of juicing, like any juicer, which you can feed back through, of course. It has a nice glass pitcher. It didn't leak any juice onto the counter or spray carrot fiber out the discharge all over the counter like my Champion. It runs very quiet, unlike the Champion, and doesn't require any messy greasing before use like the other juicers. It has a convenient handle and storage compartment for the electrical cord. It never bogged down under load like my Champion does when juicing carrots. It has never gotten hot. Cold fruits and vegetables produced cool juice, unlike my other juicers. It is a refined juicer with a nice fit and finish. It has a five year warranty on the expensive motor and gears. It has a good reputation so I assume it will be very reliable like my Champion. They require the warranty to be received within 10 days of purchase, so if you purchase it online, you should use it and register it right away. You can register it online at their website.

I almost exclusively juice only four things (carrots, red bell peppers, cucumbers, and lettuce), so I'll describe those that matter to me first.

I get 2 1/4 cups of juice from 2 lbs of carrots, which is definitely better than my Champion. The juice is very high quality (as good as your carrots).
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By J. Robinson on December 9, 2011
This is a great juicer--simple to use and easy to clean. When I make myself green drinks (e.g., kale, ginger, an apple, and 1/2 lemon), they give me such a "buzz" of energy and feeling of well-being that I'm tempted to consume junk food to bring me back to earth.

TIPS:
(1) There's a trick to using twin-gear juicers like this one without having to use so much muscle. Instead of stuffing in a lot of greens and trying to force them through, let the gears "suck" the greens in one at a time (Yes, it does take time to do this, but there's no muscle required because the gears pull the greens in and grind them up).
(2) Make sure to remove the heavy stems from kale, turnip greens, and beet greens to reduce bitterness;
(3) Vary the greens you juice; according to one author and expert on juicing, greens contain tiny amounts of toxins to keep animals from overgrazing a single plant until they kill it off. To avoid a build-up of these toxins, animals consume a broad and varied diet of greens--and we should do the same. Beet greens, cabbage, kale, lettuce, turnip greens, spinach, dandelion and watercress are some of the greens I use--ALL ORGANIC of course.
(4) Wash your greens (and fruits) before using in a mild solution of vinegar and water. Don't force your body to have to fight extra bacteria--especially if you're ill and juicing to heal yourself.
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59 of 66 people found the following review helpful By hwygirl on September 4, 2011
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This is my first juicer and I did a lot of research. All of my raw food books say Green Star is the best and I bought it mainly for that reason. I heard so many criticisms on the cleaning, but it is not that bad if you have a little tub of soapy water set aside and put the parts in right away. Also, I can tell that once I get the hang of it, assembly/parts are not that bad. The juice is yummy but a little foamy, although I don't care. I was a bit concerned that the remains that come out are still pretty moist. Not sure that matters. By the way, I juice kale, apple, ginger and lemons. The two things that really bothered me was the amount of time it takes to actually juice and the muscle it requires. I spend a LOT of time pushing the ingredients through, even after chopping them up. Pushing too hard with the tools worried me because I feel I'm shredding them a bit. I just visited a friend who had an Omega Vert and I now wish I bought that one. It readily accepted everything you fed it and the remains were really dry. I did not notice a difference in taste and there wasn't much foam if any. Being inexperienced, I don't really know the difference between twin gears and masticating. If there isn't a huge difference, I would go with the Omega Vert.
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