OXO Good Grips Double-Sided Citrus Juicer
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- Two reamers sized for large and small fruit
- Measurement markings on container
- Disassembles for easy cleaning
- Soft, comfortable grip
- Dishwasher safe
- Recommended by America's Test Kitchen
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|Dimensions||6 inches x 7 inches x 6 inches||4 inches x 4 inches x 4 inches||4.6 inches x 6.7 inches x 5.7 inches||7 inches x 5.5 inches x 2.5 inches|
|Item Weight||Information not provided||0.34 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.23 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Through tear smeared eyes I browsed amazon to find something to fill the void. The OXO Good Grips Citrus Juicer caught my attention as it was both "Good" and perhaps would help me come to "Grips" with my loss. The good price overcame any fears and in no time it was at my door.
My heart was heavy yet ripe with anticipation as I halved a lemon for the test. I chose the smaller of the two reamer sides and started the familiar press and twist. Amazingly the well designed reamer tore through the lemon and in no time I was left holding an empty shell - scraped clean of all its lemony goodness. Seeds and rinds remained on the top and tart juice filled the measuring cup below. As much as I missed the nostalgia and whimsy of my old glass friend, the performance and design of my new partner was exciting! I threw the OXO on the ground to see if I would be betrayed, but it simply bounced and came to a rest with a durable clunk comforting my mind. Since then dozens of lemons, limes, and oranges have met their end. The sadness is gone and my kitchen more efficient than ever thanks to another well designed product from OXO.
"After testing nine models, I found that the better models have a pointed tip, which effectively pierces the core of the lemon and grabs hold. Without the pointed tip, the lemon slips right off the head. The second important feature is the sharpness of the ridges. Those with sharp, pointed ridges "gripped" the lemon well, making it easy to extract maximum juice with minimum effort, while those with rounded ridges caused the lemon to slide around, making for difficult juicing.
The two winners of our tests were the plastic Oxo Good Grips Citrus Juicer ($11.99) and the Fox Run Wood Lemon Reamer ($2.99). They both juiced lemons quickly and efficiently. The Oxo Citrus Juicer features a unique design with two open, ridged heads (for large and small citrus fruit) and a non-skid bowl for juice collection. The Fox Run reamer has a classic design and an especially comfortable handle."
I have found ATK/CI equipment reviews to be reliable and am ordering it on their recommendation!
It takes assembling three sections to use. I would live with one size borer and have it fixed in place instead of fiddling with the reversible bore, and lining up and inserting the little tab in place. The shape is awkward.
The holes below the borer are too big, so you have the seeds falling into the juice which is another step for getting them out.
I like the old fashioned ones with a flat cup and a lid and tiny holes so the juice is filtered.
I would not buy it again, and I am still looking for the easy and practical old style lemon squeezer. If I find it, this one is getting thrown out.
I came across this on in a store, and it was the only one I could find. So I picked it up. While it squeeze well, I have found it hard to clean. Seeds and pulp end up inside the unit, and its really difficult to get to the inside surfaces.
Pouring the juice sometimes had seeds fall out as well. When trying to lift the top portion off the bottom, the reamer part would separate from its hold, leaving me with three things to hold instead of two.
I do like that it has two sizes, and for the small organic lemons I am using, the larger reamer actually worked very well.
Its also going to take more space to store, and won't fit as one piece into a drawer. It will have to go into a cabinet.
Yesterday I found a juicer from Progressive, and I am now giving that a try. I can't find it on Amazon. It has a wide, low profile.
Maybe I can find a used Zyliss one. That one worked really well, and was so easy to clean it was worth it for just one squeeze.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used to use a hand press to juice citrus for margaritas. This juicer does a much better job of extracting larger quantities of juice. It gets it all out. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Gavin Byrne
Easy now to make my warm lemon drink in the morning and pour in into a mug for drinking.Published 15 days ago by Mary Bailly
Juicer really works good, just what I wanted. Easy to hold when squeezing fruit and easy to clean.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I use this juicer almost daily and I couldn't be happier with it. It is simple, sturdy, easy to clean, and dependable.Published 2 months ago by Erik A.
I read the great reviews and was very excited to buy this juicer. I found, however, that it doesn't juice anywhere near as efficiently as other products. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan J. Williams
I use this for lemons and it works great! The pulp and seeds don't fall into the cup and it's easy to clean.Published 3 months ago by Amanda
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