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Breville 800CPXL Die-Cast Stainless-Steel Motorized Citrus Press
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- Powerful citrus press housed in professional-grade brushed stainless steel
- Industrial strength, whisper-quiet motor; revolutionary active-arm system
- 1-size-fits-all juicing cone provides maximum juice extraction; drip-stop juice spout
- 1 coarse stainless steel filter; cord storage; dishwasher-safe parts
- Measures 7 by 16-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
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The power-assisted arm allows for quick and effortless juicing.
The Citrus Press
Innovative, patented Quadra-Fin cone maximizes extraction of all citrus fruits, from limes to grapefruits. Makes juicing easy with innovative active-arm press – a power-assisted lever that makes it effortless to press fruits.
- Dishwasher safe components
- Simple to use
- Acid-resistant die-cast cone ensures a lifetime of fresh citrus.
- Soft grip handle
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|Item Dimensions||17 x 14 x 10 in||7.5 x 7.5 x 18 in||12.9 x 13.6 x 8.4 in||6 x 9 x 6 in||8 x 12.2 x 9.5 in||8.75 x 9.1 x 17.8 in|
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Professional-Style Juicer for your own Countertop
Breville's commercial-style citrus press is wonderfully functional and excellently designed. It has a die-cast stainless steel juicing cone that will fit all size citrus fruits. It boasts innovative juicing action for maximum juice extraction. It also has two stainless steel filters for variable pulp control. It will enhance any kitchen countertop.
Breville 800CPXL Die-Cast Motorized Citrus Press:
- Powerful citrus press housed in professional-grade brushed stainless steel
- Industrial strength, whisper-quiet motor
- Revolutionary active-arm system
- One-size-fits-all juicing cone provides maximum juice extraction
- Drip-stop juice spout
Dimensions: Measures 14 in. x 17 in. x 10 in.
A Closer Look: It also has 2 filters for variable pulp, a dust cover and cord storage.
Take Care: Dishwasher-safe parts.
Made in the USA
Top Customer Reviews
I liked it a lot while it was working, it's quiet and looks nice and a lot faster than juicing by hand, so I guess I'll just buy the replacement parts while they make them, from looking at the design I don't have much hope that the next one will last longer.
Update: Downgraded to one star after dealing with their customer service some more and trying to get the thing fixed. It's trash after less than a year.
Now the replacement juicer has failed in a similar fashion to the first one -- something inside broke and it won't work any more. This time it's been one year and nine months and Breville simply says it's out of warranty and they won't do anything for me. They suggested I take it to a repair shop (there isn't any within 100 miles of where I live) and I have to pay for parts and labor to have it fixed.
This machine is too fragile to justify its price. It looks heavy duty, but there are weak plastic parts inside.
November 14, 2012: The positive reviews for this product are from people who haven't had it very long. As long as it is still working, this is a decent juicer. However, it is very fragile inside and breaks much too quickly. It's an expensive product designed to fail. as my experience reveals.
Since the second juicer broke after 21 months of light use, and Breville offered nothing but a repair option at my expense nearly the price of a new juicer, I decided to see if I could fix it myself. After all, it was either that or the trash bin so I had nothing to lose but a little bit of time. Thanks to another reviewer I found that at least some of the internal parts could be purchased from eReplacmentParts. So I disassembled my dead unit. This turned out to be a very difficult process due to three extremely tight, deeply recessed screws which hold the unit together. Two of them finally came out with a huge amount of effort, but I had to drill out the third one.
Finally after getting the unit apart, I saw exactly what the issue is with this juicer and why it fails shortly after the waranty expires with only light to moderate use. While the outside case of this unit is metal, and LOOKS heavy duty, the drive mechanism which bears all the force of the motor-driven juicing mechanism is made out of ultra-light-weight cheapo flimsy plastic. The drive mechanism, which consists of several gears, are all made of this extremely light-weight plastic, about what you would expect to find in a children's five dollar toy. The super-thin gear teeth were stripped which is why the unit stopped working. There is no possibility that this unit could stand up to years of even light to moderate use.
I found that the broken "core gear" was available at eReplacementParts and I decided to give it a try at fourteen dollars delivered. After much effort I did succeed at replacing the part and now the unit works "like new" again. So I did revive my old dead juicer, but it's still being driven with designed-to-break parts so it can't possibly last very long. I'm glad I got it fixed to get a little use out of this horrible, terrible product which I paid way too much for. But I will never, ever buy another Breville product. I don't want to support a company that is perpetrating a total scam on its customers with a unit that looks robust but is actually ultra-cheap flimsy plastic designed to fail.
This unit is one of the most flagrant examples of "designed to fail" manufacturing that you'll ever find. Breville should be very ashamed of this product and of their whole approach to making and marketing appliances.
Now I squeeze my own juice almost every morning. It is simple and fast to clean. The pieces that touch the fruit just lift out and are easily rinsed. The spout lifts up and locks in place to stop the flow of juice so you can swap out the glass or container you are filling. You can use this juicer for limes, lemons and grapefruit too.
My only small issue with it is that the pieces that touch the fruit seem to be a little cheaper than on the older one that my sister has, but they are certainly good enough.
Once you have tried this juicer, you will NOT go back to store-bought orange juice. Nothing compares to home-squeezed oranges.
But before you commit, remember, given the current price of oranges, home-juicing will cost you about 2x to 3x the price of mass-produced orange juice. But the taste is easily 5x better. Buying this kind of a juicer is NOT to get a better price on OJ in the long haul. No, you will be paying a lot more for oranges for the amount of juice. (Of course, all depends on your actual location). You buy this kind of juicer for TASTE and freshness.
Is it worth that kind of $$$? Depends on if it is worth that kind of taste.
NOTE: This product does not come with the two grates as mentioned on the website or on the box. Only 1 grate is offered and you have to buy the second from the store. Why wouldn't Breville sell both at the same time? I don't get it. Even the packaging material has room dedicated/intended for the second grate. I don't understand.
Quality: 5 stars
Built: 5 stars
Use: 5 stars
Cost effectiveness for the amount of juice and price of oranges: 2 stars
Taste and quality of juice as the result: 10 stars
Again, if the end-result is what you are paying for (the juice), yes, this juicer is for you. If you are thinking about saving $ on OJ, no, this will not save $ in fact it does cost more on oranges than mass-produced OJ--variable by seasonality, locality, and quality of oranges, of course. At the time of this posting, oranges are $0.68 / LB at the market, California Navel typically, and 3 oranges to make each breakfast serving of juice (1 glass full).
If you are looking for mass-produced alternative, try Simply Orange brand OJ.
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