Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro Stainless-Steel Electric Juicer
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- Stainless-steel electric juicer produces fresh juice quickly and easily
- Extra-large round chute; stainless-steel blade and mesh filter
- Whisper-quiet 3,600 RPM motor; patented extraction technology
- Large-capacity pulp collector; non-drip spout; dishwasher-safe parts
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Gray||Silver||White||Brushed Stainless||sless/steel|
|Item Dimensions||18 x 12 x 17 in||16.5 x 13.2 x 18.2 in||8.75 x 9.5 x 16 in||9 x 12 x 16 in||11 x 17 x 20 in||13.5 x 8.5 x 17 in|
|Material Type||Metal||plastic||Plastic, Metal||STAINLESS STEEL||Steel||stainless-steel|
|Wattage||—||—||85 watts||—||1,000 watts||1,200 watts|
Lalanne has redesigned its best selling juicer with a new, sleek stainless steel finish and some great new features, such as a non-drip spout and stainless steel mesh filter. The Power Juicer Pro can deliver a powerful 3,600 RPM juicing punch packed with essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients thats sure to please even the pickiest taste buds. A high performance motor with special extraction technology sees to it.
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UPDATE: Jack LaLanne Power Juicer vs. Omega J8006 Juicer. With the Power Juicer, I could get 3 cups of juice and clean all parts within 5 minutes; the Omega Juicer takes 20-plus minutes to get the same 3 cups. The much faster spinning (3,600 rpm) centrifugal disc in the Power Juicer kicks butt compared to the slow turning (80 rpm) auger in the Omega. The Power Juicer has a 3" feeding chute vs. the Omega's is only one and a half inches, so you need a lot of prep time to cut the veggies and greens down to a size that fits the Omega chute. Before, only really long carrots needed to be cut with the Power Juicer. Extracted pulp is actually wetter in the Omega compared to the Power Juicer (so much for claims that masticating juicers extract more juice). The Omega at $300 is three times the price of the Power Juicer at $100. The Omega's only claim to fame is the supposed advantage of producing more healthy juice (more nutrients, etc.) by gradual grinding at the much slower 80 rpm (compared to the 3,600 rpm buzz saw of the Power Juicer).
The juicer is a good starter at a affordable price. Had they shipped the right model, I would continue to enjoy it. It's fast, cleans up quickly and doesn't take up a whole lot of room on the counter.
And it's quiet. Lifetime warranty on the motor. Three stars because the pulp could be drier, Juice left behind results in higher cost for more for produce.
Paramount is cleaning the unit immediately after use. Putting a palstic bag in the pulp collection bucket makes clean up a snap.
My problem is not with the juicer but rather the shipper. Shipping was quick. Opened the box to find a black plastic version, not the model I ordered. Furious. I had a fridge full of produce. Returned the item at my expense. Requested the correct item or a refund including the return postage. Kitchenista's opted to refund including postage very quickly. Seems suspect as to whether they really had the stainless steel one in stock. Perhaps they thought I'd settle or wouldn't notice. Wrong. So, I will not purchase from this company again.
Now that I have researched juicers, I'm opting for a higher yield with better quality juice.
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I do my cleaning as soon as I finish my glass of juice and I typically only make about 16-18 ounces at one time. The clean up is super easy. The assembly is easy. It is a very quiet juicer until you put in something hard like carrots. Then it makes a racket.
I am going to try juicing the oranges and the carrots at the same time instead of seperately because I have heard that if you
have hard produce and soft produce together the machine is less likely to stop and make you wait five minutes before restarting the juicer. I will write an update to my review if that works.