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Waring Pro JEX328 Health Juice Extractor
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- Juicer provides healthful way to eat fruits and vegetables
- High-speed 400-watt motor
- Brushed stainless-steel housing eliminates stains
- Compact strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Everyone who's ever owned a juicer knows that cleanup is the biggest downfall of home juicing. With the Waring, that won't be an issue--the compact strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe, and the stainless-steel body wipes clean with a sponge. The extractor's die-cast base stays steady on the countertop, and its cushioned feet will minimize vibration, protecting the countertop from scratches. The extractor comes with an instruction book, a five-year limited warranty on the motor, and a one-year limited appliance warranty. --Ariel Meadow Stallings
Top Customer Reviews
Things I was worried about before purchasing included noise (I have 2 small children, and I don't relish the notion of waking and/or frightening them every time I get a hankering for fresh juice), size (our family of 4 shares a compact 1-bedroom apartment with limited kitchen space), and ease of cleaning (we have no dishwasher and a microscopic sink--just large enough to wash up the dinner dishes, one plate at a time!)
Having been exposed to various models and types of juicers in the past while working for families that practically considered juicing a religious pursuit, I knew how complex and cumbersome these beauties can be. Therefore, I was prepared to be disappointed by a loud, messy, difficult-to-operate monstrosity, if that turned out to be the case. I am QUITE pleasantly surprised by this product, for the aforementioned and similar reasons. Unlike other juicers I have seen, it is compact, relatively easy to disassemble/clean/reassemble, and makes remarkably little noise for the work it does. I made today's batch of apple-celery-carrot juice while my 7-month-old was napping in the next room and had the juicer cleaned, dried, and ready to go again before the juice had all been drunk. That's a considerable compliment, since the juice was DELICIOUS and disappeared in a heartbeat!
So far, I can come up with nothing negative to say about the Waring Health Juice Extractor, but if I think of something, I'll be sure to share the news. In the meantime, I'll be busy dreaming up new concoctions to make in my cool new juicer and admiring the statement this silver-and-onyx treasure makes on my kitchen counter! Two thumbs up!
1) Easy to clean for a juicer.
2) does a decent job with fruits or vegetables.
3) very good value for the money.
4) not exceptionally loud.
1) it froths the juice too much and that much oxygen can remove important nutrients.
2) it is loud, not overly loud, but a little too loud.
3) it does not cut up all of the fruit or veggies and you can find decent size chunks in the juicer that should have been ground up.
4) it leaks from the bottom of the juicer sometimes for no obvious reason.
5) the inside of the juicer easily clogs and the juice stops coming out so there can be a lot of loss.
6) the pulp is still very wet and with fruit you can see a lot of lost juice.
This is not a bad machine, but i firmly believe it would be better to spend the extra money and get a better juicer. Adequate for a beginner, but if you plan on being serious about juicing spend the extra money!
Cucumbers, apples, and pears go through very easily. Red beets take a little work. Carrots are easy, but make up the majority of the pulp. Also, too many carrots will clog up the pores in the strainer (so be careful) Romain lettuce and parsley are a little tricky. I recommend folding and juicing it first, then any fruits later. I tried cabbage; big mistake (it stinks). And, do not mix grapefruit with any veggie juice (the high acid with veggie juice tastes aweful after a few days in the fridge and is just bearable fresh).
Overall, and excellent addition to my lifestyle.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
certain vegetables I have to squeeze out after juicing so it gives you extra work other from that it works perfectelyPublished 14 days ago by Darcey C.
This juicer is great when I extracted juice from a carrot the first day I received it.
Now, when Im juicing greens, apples, ginger, lemon, cucumbers theres chunks of fruits... Read more
I have had this juice for 3 years still strong and makes my juice deliciously. It does have small storage so you need to dump it out if you are juicing a lot.Published 27 days ago by Sky
It juices good but the design is poor...it crams all the pulp into a very tight space and is difficult to clean...I sent it back.Published 29 days ago by Woof
I've had several juicers and this one is best. Lasted years!! Fewer, smaller, pieces to clean, and doesn't take up a lot of counter space.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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