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Waring Pro JEX328 Health Juice Extractor

by Waring

List Price: $100.00
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  • Juicer provides healthful way to eat fruits and vegetables
  • High-speed 400-watt motor
  • Brushed stainless-steel housing eliminates stains
  • Compact strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Size: 32-oz.
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  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 12.5 x 10.8 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000050FB5
  • Item model number: JEX328
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (500 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,433 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 32-oz.


Juicing is a healthful way to eat fruits and veggies, and the Waring Juice Extractor takes juicing to the next level. A high-speed 400-watt motor makes the extraction process efficient, and makers of carrot juice will especially appreciate the brushed stainless-steel housing--the extractor won't turn orange with age.

Everyone who's ever owned a juicer knows that cleanup is the biggest downfall of home juicing. With the Waring, that won't be an issue--the compact strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe, and the stainless-steel body wipes clean with a sponge. The extractor's die-cast base stays steady on the countertop, and its cushioned feet will minimize vibration, protecting the countertop from scratches. The extractor comes with an instruction book, a five-year limited warranty on the motor, and a one-year limited appliance warranty. --Ariel Meadow Stallings

Product Description

Fresh juice is an important part of a healthy diet. This Waring juice extractor lets you create your own special blends. The commercial-quality stainless steel blade and powerful 550-watt motor mean quick and efficient juicing of fruits and vegetables. Unit is easy to disassemble and is dishwasher safe. Comes with a recipe book for new ideas. Available in white or stainless steel. Be sure to keep an extra supply of juice filters on hand. Sold separately.

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Customer Reviews

Very easy clean up.
Getting your money's worth with this juicer will be easy to do.
The pulp it leaves is not just wet, it is soaking with juice.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

493 of 512 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 20, 2002
Size Name: 32-oz. Verified Purchase
Smart shopper that I am, I checked out all the reviews of various juicing products that I could find before zeroing in on this one. After all my research, I decided that this one seemed to be the best value and most useful version on the market, and--crossing my fingers--I ordered it. WHAT A GREAT BUY.
Things I was worried about before purchasing included noise (I have 2 small children, and I don't relish the notion of waking and/or frightening them every time I get a hankering for fresh juice), size (our family of 4 shares a compact 1-bedroom apartment with limited kitchen space), and ease of cleaning (we have no dishwasher and a microscopic sink--just large enough to wash up the dinner dishes, one plate at a time!)
Having been exposed to various models and types of juicers in the past while working for families that practically considered juicing a religious pursuit, I knew how complex and cumbersome these beauties can be. Therefore, I was prepared to be disappointed by a loud, messy, difficult-to-operate monstrosity, if that turned out to be the case. I am QUITE pleasantly surprised by this product, for the aforementioned and similar reasons. Unlike other juicers I have seen, it is compact, relatively easy to disassemble/clean/reassemble, and makes remarkably little noise for the work it does. I made today's batch of apple-celery-carrot juice while my 7-month-old was napping in the next room and had the juicer cleaned, dried, and ready to go again before the juice had all been drunk. That's a considerable compliment, since the juice was DELICIOUS and disappeared in a heartbeat!
So far, I can come up with nothing negative to say about the Waring Health Juice Extractor, but if I think of something, I'll be sure to share the news. In the meantime, I'll be busy dreaming up new concoctions to make in my cool new juicer and admiring the statement this silver-and-onyx treasure makes on my kitchen counter! Two thumbs up!
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331 of 356 people found the following review helpful By Vito Giurlanda on November 15, 2001
Size Name: 32-oz.
This juicer has performed very well. I like the stainless steel cup (no juice stains). The motor very powerful (400 amps) and is holding up well; I've juiced lot's of fruits and veggies so far. The strainer is a snap to clean (I recommend you use an old tooth-brush instead of the brush they give you). Cleaning the pulp after use is also a snap.
Cucumbers, apples, and pears go through very easily. Red beets take a little work. Carrots are easy, but make up the majority of the pulp. Also, too many carrots will clog up the pores in the strainer (so be careful) Romain lettuce and parsley are a little tricky. I recommend folding and juicing it first, then any fruits later. I tried cabbage; big mistake (it stinks). And, do not mix grapefruit with any veggie juice (the high acid with veggie juice tastes aweful after a few days in the fridge and is just bearable fresh).
Overall, and excellent addition to my lifestyle.
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313 of 337 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer X on May 14, 2006
Size Name: 32-oz.
This is my first juicer and I am not completely disappointed in it, but there are some problems. First the good parts:

1) Easy to clean for a juicer.

2) does a decent job with fruits or vegetables.

3) very good value for the money.

4) not exceptionally loud.

The problems:

1) it froths the juice too much and that much oxygen can remove important nutrients.

2) it is loud, not overly loud, but a little too loud.

3) it does not cut up all of the fruit or veggies and you can find decent size chunks in the juicer that should have been ground up.

4) it leaks from the bottom of the juicer sometimes for no obvious reason.

5) the inside of the juicer easily clogs and the juice stops coming out so there can be a lot of loss.

6) the pulp is still very wet and with fruit you can see a lot of lost juice.

This is not a bad machine, but i firmly believe it would be better to spend the extra money and get a better juicer. Adequate for a beginner, but if you plan on being serious about juicing spend the extra money!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Donald A. Fogt on December 18, 2004
Size Name: 32-oz.
I recently purchased the Waring Pro several months ago along with the "juiceman's book of Juicing" and "Everything that You need to know about Juicing" from amazon.com (not the juicer - this was purchased elsewhere)

I have been relatively pleased with it's performance, product asthetics, and what it delivers. First, I like the design with the stainless steel housing and cup. It won't stain and looks classy. More important, however, is what it delivers and that is great juicing with less produce expense then other juicers, some costing much more.

I have no problem with the noise, as another reviewer wrote, it isn't on that long. It is easy to clean with the strainer basket being the hardest. A sturdy nylon or bottle brush works best here. I use less produce then that recommended in "Jay the Juiceman's book of complete Juiceing". So i guess it is more efficient. There is no pulp in drinks and it can juice whole carrorts and quarter apples. For juicing parsely or other greens take a cue from the juiceman book "roll it and use a carrot to push through with the plunger. You will get your green juice.

Prior to this I used and still use a vitamix for using total juice (pulp included) and i still love it, but it has limitations when it comes to veggies. I prefer the waring pro for this.

I have looked at more expensive and powerful juicers. Someday, maybe I will go this way, but as for now, I don't see the advantage of a pulp ejector. I juice two times per day.

Overall, this is a good juicer that you will not have to return after a weeks use.

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