Breville JE95XL Two-Speed Juice Fountain Plus
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Professional juice extractor adjusts to juicing load, maximizing juice extraction
- 850-watts of power; juices an 8-ounce glass of juice in 5 seconds; patented micro-mesh filter
- 2-speed electronic control; extra-large feed chute for juicing whole fruit and vegetables
- All parts dishwasher safe except for motor; 1-liter juice jug and 2-1/2-liter pulp container included
- 1-year warranty
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
Top Customer Reviews
Now onto the Breville series. Quick and easy cleanup, fine mesh screen so the juice is much more smoother, and more power! What makes the JE95XL better than the JE900 is mainly the two speed control. With the JE900, it was so powerful and fast all the time that when I juiced soft fruits like grapes and strawberries, the fruit wouldn't be juiced all the way. Sometimes, I find half-juiced grapes in the pulp container. So I got a lot less juice with the softer fruits. Also, once you turn it on, it goes full blast! So the juicer would move around on my counter.
With the JE95XL, the speed control allows me to use lower speeds for the softer fruits, and also they changed the motor so that once you turn it on, it starts slow than ramps up. This way the juicer doesn't move around when you turn it on. Also, the pitcher has a better lid, that allows you to keep the lid on while you're juicing. By far, this unit is the best juicer I've used.
~easy to clean, (do it sooner rather than let stuff dry on)
~smartly designed electrical plug
~motor cannot run if parts are not locked together (for safety reasons)
~product has few angles and many curves, which makes cleaning easier since pulp/juice can be hard to reach where there are corners
~two speeds: fast for power, slow for soft items
~it really can make 8oz juice in 5 seconds!
~huge food chute can accomodate an entire apple... you save time not needing to cut many things pre-juicing.
~tomatoes - even on slow setting, the juicer doesn't effeciently grab all the juice of a tomato. perhaps do tomatoes first, then recycle the 'pulp' back through juicer to get more juice
~even though the plastic is durable and dark colored (to distract against discoloration) carrots do tend to stain it immediately.
The con's are really quite trivial but I thought I should mention them since I was expecting pure perfection based on the reviews I read. I love the product and I would not swap it for anything. Besides, it is extremely affordable for what you get out of it!
After a couple of weeks, she called to say that the unit simply stopped working. (Recently she visited again and brought the unit to me.)
The first thing I did was a web search to see if there might be some helpful hints posted somewhere. I found nothing.
So, I read a number of the low ratings on Amazon for this make and model and found many stories that matched my daughter's experience.
Breville does not make it easy to service this, but it is servicable with a little bit of effort... here's how.
Poor Design, Inexcusable.
For an appliance like a juicer, a manufacturer should expect that users might overtax the motor from time to time. So, the solution they should have employed is a simple "reset" button on the bottom of the unit that will reset the circuit breaker, just like you might have in a garbage disposal.
But no, Breville decides to solder a fuse (the circuit breaker) onto the main board... so, once that fuse is overtaxed and is "blown," the unit, for most owners is useless, and having read some of the reviews here on Amazon, it also seems that Breville's customer service is virtually non-existent.
If you are moderately handy, you can do what I did:
Cut out the old fuse from the circuit board, and onto the wire leads of the old fuse, simply solder the wire leads to a fuse holder.
After that is done, when, and if, the fuse blows again, you can simply open the fuse holder, and replace the fuse after simply removing the bottom of the unit. It's not as good as a "reset" switch on the bottom of the unit, but it works just fine.
All this trouble and customer disappointment for a 35¢ part.
I wanted little to no food prep time; and I wanted the machine to be as easy as possible to clean. Thirdly, I wanted a machine that was built well enough to at least last several years with daily use. I settled on this machine because Breville has won several design awards with their various products; and this juicer has a 3" round opening to feed the fruits and vegetables through (larger carrots are close to 2 inches in diameter). I was disappointed that this juicer only has a one year warranty; but I figured that was long enough for it to break through daily use if it was going to break. (Heck, I broke a Jack LaLane juicer in under a month.) I was expecting to just "like" this juicer and figured I would probably want something better in a year or two.
Well, Amazon got this to me in just three days during the holiday season. I immediately unpacked the unit and gave the four parts that touch the juice a quick wash. I lined the pulp catcher with a 4-gallon trash bag and I was ready to go. As I went to plug this juicer in I received my first pleasant surprise. My electrical outlets in the kitchen are so tight they are a pain to use and are the reason I never unplug anything if I can help it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was so excited to get this juicer! I got all my veggies ready and then plugged it in and it didn't work. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Love to Read
Was very excited upon receiving this juicer. Used it several times with no problems. Then the motor just stopped for no reason, (only had it for a few weeks). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jnet101
Breville motor ceased on me after 13 months, $400 down the drain. There is a reason why they only carry a 1 year limited warranty when other manufacturers carry 5 to 10 year... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
See the Top Rated juicers in our Juicer Reviews.