VonShef Premium Electric Citrus Fruit Juicer
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- The latest addition to our Juicing range
- the VonShef Electric Citrus Juicer will help you effortlessly squeeze & juice citrus fruits for a healthy start to the day^With 2 interchangeable squeezer attachments
- the VonShef Citrus Juicer lets you juice different sized fruits unlike other juicers^Stainless steel cylinder design which has a pouring lip with a drip stop for freshly squeezed juice straight into your cup^Easy clean. Non slip rubber feet & cable storage^BPA Free
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Enjoy a healthy start to your mornings in 2017 with the VonShef Citrus Juicer.
The VonShef Citrus Juicer
The latest addition to our Juicing range, the VonShef Electric Citrus Juicer will effortlessly squeeze & juice citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruits to lemons, & limes to make perfect juice every time.
Just leave all the hard work to the Citrus Juicer, no more aching arms or wasted juice in the morning!
There is also the option of either collecting the juice in the inbuilt container or via the spout.
Why not kick start your morning with a delicious glass of Orange and Grapefruit Juice.
Sweet yet bold, this orange and grapefruit juice drink is unbelievably quick and easy.
Just grab a grapefruit, some oranges and you’re good to go.
You’ll feel like the sun is shining all day.
The VonShef Citrus Juicer has a stainless steel cylinder design, spout, and works via a motorised juicing cone and strainer.
Powerful but quiet 85W motor power means the job gets done quickly and without wasting energy or making excessive noise.
Also with non-slip rubber feet to stop slipping and a cable coiling facility for tidy storage.
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- Motor is relatively quiet and powerful.
- Strainer strains seeds and large pulps while letting very small pulps through, prevents spout from clogging.
- Fresh OJ
- Inferior materials. Acrylic parts will be permanently stained by citrus oil.
- Strainer is not adjustable.
- Spout clogs occasionally. Easily unclog w/ small spoon or pointy stick (e.g. chopstick)
- Juices about 5 cups at a time; otherwise, the motor overheats and stops. Have a cup of fresh OJ and wait till it cools before continuing.
-be sure to take the cap off of the spout before using! (I won't mention how I discovered that....)
-the 'juicer' part comes out easier if you take a table knife and insert it under the rim to lift it up. It doesn't screw on or off...just pops off and pops on--push it down until it's fully in
-Only fat carrots have strained the machine--I found that the carrots will juice just fine, though, if cut into thinner strips
I would highly reccomend this to anyone!
give it a break after a few minutes of juicing or the thermal safety switch will shut you down. The strainer system works well keeping the seeds
and the larger pump from the juice. If you are doing only a small amout of juicing it will do the job fine. If you are planning on doing a lot of juicing you may want to cosider the much more expensive commercial juicer.
Top reviews from other countries
One thing I have noticed was that I need to clean the mesh filter job after a short while to extract maximum juice - a minor niggle - and I wondered if this is just the price paid for a budget juicer - but no, not so: I was just watching Joe Cross' film "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead 2" and wondering what he used and he uses the Breville machines - sold here in the UK as Sage / Heston Blumenthal @ a tidy £149 - £279 - and so I watched some of the videos on using those to see what the advantages are. Well the guy demonstrating them also recommends cleaning the mesh during juicing, for the same reason. The only advantage I can see in spending that amount of money is that it's a more powerful motor - and it has their unique "Froojie" disk, for pulping soft fruits like bananas (you can't juice these in any centrifugal juicer including the Brevilles). Their top of the range ones also have all metal bodies. But really, for an extra £110 - £240 do you mind? I am in the fortunate position of being able to afford to upgrade if I felt I ought - but I don't: this machine works well, produces good results, is easy to clean, is stable in use and has been reliable - of and it comes with a two year guarantee, which I just noticed I have to register for (and haven't yet - damn!).
As a footnote: It is quite noisy - I have not used another juicer and so have nothing to compare it with, but it is equivalent to the noise of using a food processor or vacuum cleaner; this may be the same for all, just thought I'd mention it.
This does leave the pulp moister than I’d like and I had planned to put it through a second time but as much ends up in the lid as in the waste container and it was just too fiddly so I don’t bother. One other occasional problem is getting the plunger in quickly enough – certain fruit/veg can end up sprayed over your kitchen if you are not careful as I obviously haven’t been more than once!
Cleaning is easy. I found a Lidl’s medium freezer bag fits over the waste container (with the top of the bag’s handles/ties cut open) so that’s one item I don’t have to worry about. The brush for cleaning the mesh was not good – it kept getting stuck in the mesh – so I use a denture brush and it’s so much better. I just dump it face down in the sink, brush the outer mesh and rim and, after a quick rinse, any residue is quickly cleared with another quick brush. Every home should have a denture brush whether you have dentures or not – brilliant for cleaning awkward corners etc.
Sadly I have felt no benefit from juicing – but I have got an autoimmune condition so my body doesn’t work properly! I had planned to do a two month fast (per Joe Cross) but only managed six days. The last three days of feeling cold, tired and weak I could cope with but the queasiness was too much. I shall continue having a juice each day in the hope that it is benefiting me on some level.
One other thing – a few strawberries can transform your juice if you need a bit of extra sweetness.