Waring PCJ201 Citrus Juicer, Quite White
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- Juices all citrus fruits, from limes to grapefruit
- Heavy-duty metal base provides stability while juicing
- Vibration-absorbing rubber feet keep juicer from slipping
- Dishwasher-safe reamer and juice bowl disassemble for easy cleaning
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
Top Customer Reviews
After having used this juicer for over a year (under heavy use - 6 oranges a day) the reamer has started to slip and it makes a grinding noise. The downside of this juicer is that the center post is plastic and not metal. I'm still searching to find out if this post can be replaced. I have loved the juicer and am sorry to say that if you are a heavy juicer then try to get this on sale, if you are the occasional juicer then this will last you a lifetime. Current rating for heavy juicers - 3 stars!
I love everything about this juicer except the cheap plastic gears. The base is sturdy and heavy. The motor is plenty strong. The design of the reamer and basket are effective and easy to clean. I usually just rinse well after use and it's ready to go again. The motor is a bit noisy. The reason for one star is the gears between the motor and the reamer are plastic. They've nearly stripped after less than one year of moderate use. Now the gears keep jumping cogs and the unit is extremely noisy. It is only a matter of time before the gears are completely stripped and the whole unit gets sent to recycling. What a waste. For the price I paid, the unit should be a lot more reliable. Engineers or product planners at Waring get an F for releasing this design. Do I really want to throw good money after bad for another Waring unit??? BTW, I am an engineer, and nothing peeves me more than an expensive product becoming useless for the sake of a $0.15 piece of plastic.
The one, very mild complaint, I have is that the basket that catches the pulp is a bit too small for the largest oranges, making it awkward to do more than a couple of oranges before cleaning out the pulp. Not a big deal, unless you are always using the large oranges.
Other than that, I am very happy with this juicer! It is holding up very well after a couple months of heavy use.
The Waring juicer was just what I wanted. it was actually less money than the citrus press was. It is super simple and yet it works fantastically.
There's no learning curve and the clean up is seconds.
You've got the juice capturing device and the part that actually extracts the juice to clean up and that's it. The rest is the stainless steel housing that is self contained.
It's fast, efficient and sturdy. This is no cheap machine. You don't have to worry about using a little force, if you want, though you really don't have to. I'm a strong guy and I put some serious pressure on mine and it doesn't balk at it.
Try it, you'll love it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Decent quality, the strainer lets small grapefruit/lemon pits through. Making it adjustable would improve this product. Also the materials used are not high qualityPublished 22 days ago by P. Lupo
Excellent performance. Efficient and fast juicing. Much more stable and faster than average juicers.Published 2 months ago by nettie
I have owned many types of citrus juicers and this is the best. The good: extremely easy to clean, durable (every day, 4 years so far), fast, simple. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dazymom
Had one for 20 or so years without incident. On the additional purchase received from Amazon within a few uses the plastic reamer base cracked and the unit had to be returned. Read morePublished 5 months ago by bobg
Received my first one as a gift. Bought this one for our home in the south. Very happy with both of them.Published 7 months ago by Marilyn LaPierre
Very disappointed. Worked well for 2 months, now there's a clicking noise when I juice and if I press too hard it stops. I had faith in waring. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alexandra Mooty
I have used my PCJ218 twice and made about 5 gl each time. Here are my issues 1) the motor has a whine when you press down with an orange, it's a bit irritating. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mark M. McGurl
If I had it to do over, I'd buy the cheap one. I thought I was getting something faster, more powerful, better designed than at the low-end. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Melody A. Roberts
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