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Juiceman Jr. Automatic Juice Extractor

3.6 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

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  • Automatic fruit and vegetable juicer for frequent users and families
  • 18/10 stainless steel blade; wire-mesh basket to filter out pulp, seeds, and skin
  • Durable .25 horsepower motor; 2-speed capability to adjust for soft and hard produce
  • Fresh juice recipes, nutritional information, and menu planner included
  • Measures 11-1/2 by 13 by 6 inches (height by width by depth); 1-year warranty
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Product Description

Getting 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day is a little easier with the Juiceman Jr. juice extractor. Stainless steel blades and a high-tech, micro-mesh basket make pulp-free juice any time of day. Even juices rinds, stems and seeds (yes, some of these are actually good for you and taste good, too). Features a clear, high-impact dome. Snap-apart components for easy cleanup and reassembly. Comes with food plunger, large pulp receptacle, audio cassette with juicing tips, and a fresh juice recipe book and menu planner. Imported. 12Hx16Wx8D".

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For the diehard health nut looking to vary fruit and vegetable intake or a family seeking the perfect orange juice to accompany Sunday brunch, the Juiceman Jr. automatic juice extractor provides an easy way to bring freshness to the table. This 410-watt household model supports frequent use and can hold its own with a .25 horsepower motor. Two-speed capability targets soft and hard foods respectively. Roughly cut fruits and vegetables to fit in the tube-like opening and evenly compress with accompanying pusher. An 18/10 stainless steel blade pulverizes the produce while a wire-mesh basket neatly separates pulp, seeds, and skin from liquid.

A large capacity pulp receptacle permits continuous juicing and can be lined with a plastic grocery bag for easy cleaning. Spraying is prevented with a protective plastic shield and washing is simplified with easily extractable parts. Safety features include a double interlock system to ensure lid is secure before juicing begins and an accompanying pusher to guide oversized produce while keeping fingers at a safe distance. At 11-1/2 by 13 by 6 inches this appliance won’t dominate your countertop and comes with a one-year warranty. Fresh juice recipes, nutritional information, and a menu planner are included. --Amy Arnold


Product Information

Product Dimensions 15.7 x 12 x 8.5 inches
Item Weight 8.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 8.2 pounds
Manufacturer Juiceman
ASIN B00005OTY9
Item model number JM1
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #123,247 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#91 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Juicers > Centrifugal Juicers
Date first available at Amazon.com October 24, 2001

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Listed for household use only.

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This juicer is good for someone who isn't sure if juicing is for them. It gives you the opportunity to try various juice recipes without investing a lot of money in the more expensive juicers. I would recommend you get a juicing book as a companion to the juicer, as some parts of fruits shouldn't be juiced. (apple core/seeds)
It is a chore to clean, however we found that using a toothbrush to clean the strainer was a big help.

When juicing apples in your mixture, it's best to use them as the last ingredient, they tend to clog up the strainer more than other fruits/vegetables. Don't put pineapple rinds through the juicer, they will dull the blades.

We've used this juicer for about 2 years, then bought the juiceman II. It has a more powerful motor, and is a bit larger.
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The mesh clogs easily, causing the machine to vibrate wildly only after a few slices of beet or apple - I had to stop it because it fealt it might desintegrate. This means that for anything than a cup or so of juice it is not the appliance to use.
I used it with carrots, apples, beet, cabbage, celery. For just over 3 cups of juice mixing all of the above, I had to stop and clean the mesh at least 4 times. This is not acceptable, because I prepared the fruits and the veggies more than I should have: peeled the apples, peeled the beet root, removed the apple seeds before juicing.... With my current Juiceman II that I got after returning the Jr, there is no such problem (although there are others - I'll try to write a review for it too).
The motor is OK if you are not in a hurry, but you need to be gentle with it - it slows down quite a bit when juicing hard produce such as carrots...
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I purchased this juicer at a yard sale about 2 years ago and really like it. I wanted to try juicing, and found that in the first year I used it once or twice time a week. The juicer works well with all hard fruit and veggies and does pretty well with kale and spinach - but the Green star or more pro-juicers may be better if your doing mostly greens. The juicer does vibrate when the filter gets full. To remedy this I usually stop the juicer and clean the filter, just wipe it quickly to remove any built up pulp, replace, and continue.

I called the company and they sent me a replacement manual and juice recipe book for free.

Now that I'm juicing daily, the juicer is still performing well, I may upgrade this year, but I'm happy to recommend this anyone starting out on juicing, or who cannot spend $200 and up for a Professional juicer.
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I began experimenting with raw foods about a month ago and have had this juicer for about three years. It sat on my shelf untouched and I couldn't throw it away since it had always worked fine. Needless to say, a month ago I dusted it off and got it down off the top shelf to make daily use of this machine to make great green juices!

The first few initial runs were great, but after a while cleaning the filter became a problem. I found it was best to rinse it by putting the kitchen sink spray nozzle right on the filter. Even then it was still not clean. Putting it in the dishwasher just left caked on "green-parts" on all pieces of the machine. The entire machine is best washed by hand.

After some almost daily use, I found it would suck the last parts of vegetables right through without actually grating and juicing them and I would end up with whole slices of carrot, apple or celery in the pulp container. I also found that juicing a full cup worth of fruits or veggies would lead to excess pulp backing up around the filter--maybe that is what lead to the extra pieces not getting juiced, but it seemed that that pulp, when I would clean it, was still "juicy".

This morning after leaving the juicer alone for about a week, I tried sending some celery through the shoot and it ended up getting stuck, and I smelled smoke - like when a sock gets stuck in the vacuum cleaner roller. I stopped the machine and pulled the celery out. There were celery strings that never got cut/grated and it kept the rest of the stock from going under. The juice tasted fine however.

I have not tried any other juicers at this point but at my nutrition school, the students have been recommending Champion Juicers and Omega juicers as being the best.
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By A Customer on April 9, 2002
It takes me 12-15 minutes to:
1) clean veggies,
2) juice 2 BIG glasses of juice,
3) to clean Juiceman Jr.
I do not understand why other people find it messy to clean this juicer. Nothing messy about it! I like design - only 3 items to clean!
I use normal sponge to clean juicer's blade. This blade always should be perfectly clean, otherwise juicer will give poor performance.
Enjoy!
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The only thing this juicer is good for is to find out if you will really be into juicing. This juicer lasted for 3 months while juicing 3 to 5 times a week (for two people). At 3 months the tray that holds the blade warped and started spitting plastic into the drink. I considered getting another one to have spare parts....then I scraped that idea and got a real juicer. Besides being cheaply made...it should also be priced cheaper. Also the blade takes a while to clean.
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