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Breville BJE430SIL The Juice Fountain Cold
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- Control Style: Features a 3 position switch FAST, OFF, and SLOW
- Speed: Low speed-6500rpm High speed_ 13000rpm; Product dimension:
- Quieter operation. Extra Wide-Whole Fruit Feed Chute. Dimensions: 14.5" x 10.5" x 17.6
- The word ‘cold’ refers to insignificant heat transfer as a comparison to other types of juicers which utilize the same terminology. It is not intended to suggest that the extracted juice is chilled by a chilling mechanism within the juicer.Seal & Store 70 Fluid Ounce Juice Jug.
- Pulp Container Capacity: Extra Large capacity 3.6 qt. (3.4 L) pulp container. Juice Jug Capacity: Seal & Store 70 fl. oz. (2L) Juice Jug with froth separator. Feed Chute Size : Extra large 3" wide (7.6 cm) feed chute maximizes efficiency and cuts down prep time.
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Breville Juice Fountain Cold
Breville Juice Fountain Cold with Cold Spin Technology allows juice to flow up and through the patent pending Elevated Juicing System. So instead of making just a small amount of juice, you can make up to 70 fl. oz. (2 liters) of juice at a time. The Seal and Store Juice jug can be stored directly in the door of your refrigerator and its sealed lid keeps juice fresher for longer. Juice can be kept fresh for up to 3 days++ in the refrigerator either in the juice jug or in small, single serve glass canning jars. When you juice more and store it, you can juice less often. This saves time on prep and cleanup and makes drinking your daily glass of homemade juice exceptionally convenient.
Juice More, Store More, Clean Less
Cold Spin Technology
Allows juice to be filtered through a micro-mesh filter to ensure insignificant temperature transfer.
Elevated Juicing System
Unique elevated nozzle and super size 70oz juice jug allows a greater quantity of juice in the juicer at one time.
Powerful and Efficient Motor
850-watt motor generates up to 13000 rpm processing speed making it easy to process the toughest fruits and vegetables in a fraction of a second
- Extra wide whole feed chute
- Seal and store 70oz juice jug
- Detachable juice nozzle
- Cleaning brush
- 1 year limited product warranty
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|Color||Silver||Gray||Silver||Brushed Stainless||Stainless Steel||sless/steel|
|Item Dimensions||10.5 x 14.5 x 17.6 in||16.5 x 13.2 x 18.2 in||8.75 x 9.5 x 16 in||11 x 17 x 20 in||8.5 x 12.5 x 16.5 in||13.5 x 8.5 x 17 in|
|Material Type||Plastic||plastic||Plastic, Metal||Steel||Stainless Steel||stainless-steel|
|Wattage||—||—||85 watts||1,000 watts||—||1,200 watts|
Get into juicing with this no-nonsense dual-speed juice fountain cold. Ideal for first-time juicers, this juicer runs on 850 watts and has two speeds, 13,000RPM or 6,500RPM, for hard and soft ingredients. Fruit is largely composed of water, but its selling point is its nutritional value. How do you extract the juice from fruit, without leaving the nutrients behind? Breville's Nutria Disc and patented juicing system extract more nutrients than other juicers and transfers less than 1.8F of heat to protect enzymes and maximize nutrient absorption of select nutrients. The uniquely designed juicing system features a feed chute that is centered over the shredding disc. This allows for more efficient juicing than systems that introduce ingredients on the side of the shredding disc. The dual speed, 850 watt motor allows you to juice hard fruits and vegetables like apples and beets on high speed at 13,000 RPM, while the low speed (6,500rpm) is optimal for softer fruits and leafy green vegetables like cantaloupe and spinach. The Juice Fountain Plus cutting disc is so powerful that pineapple can be juiced in large chunks with the rind on. In addition, this juicer features an extra-wide 3-inch feeder chute that accommodates large chunks or entire pieces of fruit or vegetables, eliminating the need for chopping vegetables. The BJE430SIL is not only easy to use, but also easy to clean. It is pulp-ejecting and comes with a large-capacity pulp collector and most parts can be cleaned on the top shelf of the dishwasher.
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"MEH" The Breville replaced a 1988 Waring juicer. I do have the Omega 8006 masticating juicer. I am doing a 60 day juice reboot. With the masticating unit, it seemed like I was spending all day in front of the juicer. I tried this one to save time- which it does. The second day, the plastic chute broke during use. Customer service sent me the part. at no cost. which arrived in a week.
My beef is; the waste when juicing greens, apples and carrots. Wet chunks are left in the pulp container. This is harsh on the wallet, especially when using organic produce. I took the pulp from the container, put it through my masticating juicer which yielded an additional four cups of juice. The enclosed picture shows how much was originally produced plus the juice masticated from the pulp.
easy to clean
fantastic customer service
fast and relatively quiet
does well with melon, pineapple, cucumber, lemons, oranges
does not do well with apples, greens, root vegetables (leaves chunks)
I wanted to make sure that it wasn't a matter of user error, so I tried different sizes and shapes for the fruits and veges I would feed into the chute. I noticed on my first few runs, that inserting smaller pieces would inevitably result in them shooting almost immediately, partially chewed, into the waste bucket. I then start leaving them larger and larger, so they would have direct pressure from the plunger, almost holding them in place against the blade. I would still wind up with pretty large pieces of fruit or vegetable in the basket. I also tried using carrots, celery, apples, cucumbers, beets, cactus fruit, lettuce, kale, cabbage, collard greens, etc. Large portions of my input would just wind up in the waste basket. The pieces that did caught in the blade would consistently end up really wet and in the basket.
The last two times I used the juicer, I squeezed the pulp in a cheesecloth and was able to get a considerable amount of juice out of it. I have included a picture of the last juice output. In an attempt to fill the pitcher, I juiced enough fruits and vegetables to get the pitcher approximately 75 percent full. I then dug into the basket and started squeezing the waste. I was able to squeeze an additional 2 cups of juice out of the pulp. I have included a picture of the juice level in the pitcher and what would have been thrown away had I not gone back for the second squeeze.
I called Breville to see if they had any advice. Their customer service never answered the phone. I placed four phone calls. For two of those calls, I waited on hold for a representative that never answered. For the other two calls, I took the option of getting a call back. I left my phone number and never got a return call.
I had an old centrifugal juicer some years back. I got rid of it because it was too loud and it would shake while it was spinning. It made me feel like it was going to explode or tear my countertop apart.
I soon after bought a masticating juicer. The juice that it produced was great. The pulp was always dry, BUT I hated cutting the pieces up into little bite sized morsels. It felt like such a waste of time.
I moved over to this Breville because I wanted to be able to throw giant pieces into the chute to save time and energy. Truth of the matter is, the time you save not cutting up vegetables, gets spend squeezing out pulp. If you don't squeeze out your pulp with this thing then you are basically throwing money away every time you make a juice. Juicing is already kindof expensive as it is. To know that you are getting maybe 60 percent usage of your produce is too unnerving for me to deal with.
I went back to my masticating juicer.
Don't hesitate. Been using it every single day since I got it. It's just awesome.
One side note, put a plastic bag in the disposal container to cut back on the cleaning time. You're welcome!