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Hurom Premium Masticating Slow Juicer and Smoothie Maker (HH Series)
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- Hurom's patented Slow Squeezing Technology™ (SST) gently squeezes ingredients, preserving natural taste & nutrients lost by high-speed juicers that grind and crush. Slow juicing technology also retains heat-sensitive nutrients such as Vitamins A and C, and live enzymes.
- The new Pulp Control Lever and Juice Cap allow users to determine the level of pulp they want in their juices or allow users to make smoothies and blended beverages quickly and easily.
- Masticating juicers from Hurom can easily process fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, wheatgrass, nuts, and soy to make a variety of juices, milks, sauces, marinades, even baby food.
- Hurom's durable motor has a 10-year warranty, uses only 150 watts of energy and is practically silent. The cold-press juicer features a heavy-duty Ultem® strainer and auger, which is eight times stronger than traditional plastics and handles both coarse and fine foods easily.
- By choosing between juicing and smoothies, as well as pulp level in their juices, users have the ability to decide how much solid fiber they consume in their juices.
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The HUROM® Premium Masticating Slow Juicer & Smoothie Maker, with its brand new patented Pulp Control Lever and Juice Cap, allows users to easily make delicious juices in addition to nutritious smoothies made with frozen fruit, mixed drinks, and purees. Control the amount of pulp in your juice with the Pulp Control Lever, mix ingredients inside the juicer bowl and clean up easily with the Juice Cap. Using the included Fine and Coarse strainers, it’s now possible to juice anything from bananas and avocados to kale, wheatgrass, even nuts and soybeans.
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This is my second juicer, my first was a Breville Juice Fountain at half the cost. I gave the Breville to my parents tto try this Hurom slow juicer after seeing side by side comparison videos from the manufacturer. Let me just point out that I was satisfied with the Breville but the video made me think it was inferior.
Top reasons why I bought the Hurom and gave up the Breville, based on claims I thought to be made by the manufacturer/style of juicer:
1. Nutritionally superior juice & somehow it would last longer
2. Greater volume of juice with same amount of food
3. Quiet motor
4. Easier to clean
5. The ability to make milks and smoothies and control the amount of pulp.
I paid $400 to replace a working juicer thinking that these things were going to be worth the upgrade, greater nutrition and lifespan of the juice being the main one. After a few months (sometimes juicing multiple times a day) Here are my conclusions:
1. In regards to the juice being nutritionally superior, I might believe it has to do with the fact that it does not produce "clear" juice. There is always pulp even when you slide the control to closed. Meaning ingesting more nutrients notably fiber. However, I am a juicer who juices because I don't eat enough veggies and it must be said that I never enjoy a juice, I just get it down like medicine. Having pulp in it makes it even more difficult and for a texture person, disgusting. So that one is out.
2. If I strain the juice after juicing it creating that "clear" juice I was used to there goes all the volume and I guess additional nutrients. Not to mention an additional step and thing to wash out. So, that one is out too.
3. The motor is much quieter than the Breville Juice fountain. Plus one Hurom.
4. Cleaning this from the video and instruction manual supplied said cleanup was just pour an amount of water in the chute, close all the spouts and turn it on. Self cleaning right.? Well I did this and I thought that was easy, except when I disassembled the components there was so much food left over on each of the pieces. I have repeated the washout technique several times and it is never sufficient to call it clean. I ALWAYS have to rinse off all the pieces, and sometimes even scrub the basket. (The breville I have to scrub for a long time to get it clean so this was the one I was looking most forward to.) This one is out as well.
5. Pulp control seems needless because there is either pulpy or more pulpy. I am not a pulp person. As far as milks and smoothies go, I did try to make a smoothie and it seemed to work the machine too hard. Perhaps my bananas were to frozen? Maybe not enough milk? I don't know. I have a ninja and a vitamix so making smoothies out of this isn't really a priority... for me.
A few additional concerns is the gear that turns the rubber blades to push down the extracted juice is plastic. I had no problem with mine but for the investment I paid could imagine that this part (as well as the pulp control mechanism) would break. That worried me. The lever to close the pulp control was such a tight plastic on plastic rub the I was scared to move it thinking the handle itself was about to break. This is a $400 piece of equipment. These daily use pieces should be a bit better quality, but what do I know, they may be sufficient for the task in the long run. I just didn't want to break my new expensive juicer.
Also the task of cutting up things was a disappointment that I understood at the start, but after the other selling points failed to deliver this became burdensome as well.
The dry pulp spout seems to come out at a weird angle that it always gets jammed up. The first bits of pulp come out then it gets stuffed to the side of the chute getting backed up. The pulp is easier to take and put back into the juicer, something that is much more difficult with the Breville.
The Hurom has a beautiful white paint job and is very sturdy, quiet and easy to assemble and use. However it turned out not to be the juicer for me.
And a very tiny thing that the Breville had was a loop on the plug-in so when I had wet or gross hands I could easily unplug it. I miss my Breville
It juices carrots, apples, pears etc wonderfully. The pulp is dry, it moves everything quickly through and put little pulp in the juice. I recommend juicing your juice to remove all pulp. If you are planning on juicing greens it is horrible!! Kale, spinach, celery, even ginger. Anything stringy or leafy gets caught up in the exit shoot immediately. I follow the directions precisely. Cut everything into 2inch pieces or smaller, go super slow and have even tried to throw in a couple of carrots to push everything through. NOTHING WORKS!! When I put in a few small pieces of kale first I hear a loud or squeaky noise and may get a little but out outtake in the exit shoot, but by the next few pieces nothing is exiting. I can't even make a tablespoon of juice before I have to take the whole thing apart unclog, clean and try again. I am so fed up with it and trying all the failed suggestions on how to avoid this issue that I don't even use it anymore and I have only owned it for two months. Worst investment of my life and I can't return it because I threw away the box immediately.
Do yourself a favor, if you want to juice greens do not buy this machine. If you want to make carrot apple juice then this is the machine for you.
I was using this juicer to make green juice. I usually juice kale, cabbage, cucumber, apple green apple and such.
It makes weird noises at first when I put cabbages and kale leaves but the noise does not bother me since I understand the mechanism of this machine.
It makes nice juice but you don't get 100% juice without pulp.
There is some issue with pulp I think.
I don't mind little bit of pulp in my juice but when I don't want, I just use extra strainer for it.
Before someone ask me that I can juice wheat grass, and it does work for wheat grass I just tried.
If you mind pulp but you want to get this juicer, William Sonoma has this juicer with extra strainer. I saw that right after I purchase this.
I think every machine should have it.
I still like this juicer cuz I wanted for a long time and I don't mind extra fiber.