|Capacity||25 Fluid Ounces|
|Power / Wattage||700 watts|
|Item Weight||4.4 kg|
|Product Dimensions||18.8 x 26.42 x 32.26 cm|
Breville BJE200SIL the Juice Fountain™ Compact
|Price:||& FREE Delivery|
- Extraction System: Stainless steel cutting disc surrounded by Italian made micro mesh filter to extract up to 20% more vitamins and minerals than other juicers (ref. National Measurement Institute, Australia (2003, 2011)
- Feed Chute: 75mm circular feed chute juices whole fruits and vegetables
- Safety Feature: Safety lock mechanism prevents unsafe operation
- Settings: On and Off
- Voltage: 220-240 Volts
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It may be small, but it still delivers all the power and performance you’d expect from a Breville juicer. And, it conveniently collects pulp within the footprint of the unit to conserve counter space. Extraction System: Stainless steel cutting disc surrounded by Italian made micro mesh filter to extract up to 20% more vitamins and minerals than other juicers (ref. National Measurement Institute, Australia (2003, 2011) Feed Chute: 75mm circular feed chute juices whole fruits and vegetables Safety Feature: Safety lock mechanism prevents unsafe operation Settings: On and Off Voltage: 220-240 Volts Power: 900 Watts Warranty: 1 Year Limited Product Warranty
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Would definitely not recommend!
I read alot of people hated having to empty pulp when juicing, but I can only see that would be an issue if juicing alot of high fibre greens or especially 'pulpy' produce. I usually have a mostly veg mix with some leafy greens, and a little fruit. Makes 2 jars without emptying - no problem.
Bit noisy, but just close the windows. Not much louder than a hairdryer as far as i'm concerned. Cleaning the mesh takes a little while but finish with a paper towel and you know you haven't missed and little bits. I've streamlined my cleanup, takes 5 - 10 mins tops.
One thing that isn't great is the 'splat effect' of limes and juicy beetroot - wish the tube was a little tighter fit to avoid the spray catching in the tube and the air blowing it up when you go to put more veg in (really not a major though, just worth mentioning).
All round pretty great, I love it! Even getting my husband into green juice. Wish I had bought it sooner. I would recommend it to anyone!
Ça reste bruyant, oui, mais étant donné que ce n'est pas un appareil qu'on va faire fonctionner des heures, ce n’est franchement pas gênant. Je trouve le tube assez large, malgré les autres commentaires (et puis, est-ce si compliqué de couper un fruit en deux ?).
Ça fait de la mousse, oui, mais justement le pichet contient un couvercle qui la sépare du jus lorsqu'on verse ce dernier dans un verre.
On voit qu'il fonctionne très bien car la pulpe n'est pas très humide au final.
Je n'ai vraiment rien de négatif à dire... Le nettoyage (à la main) est un peu long (6 pièces à nettoyer), comme pour tous les extracteurs de jus, mais pas fastidieux. Et par rapport à la taille, je le trouve correct, pas trop grand et ne prend pas tant de place que ça pour un compact.
It takes me less than 5 minutes to clean the whole thing up and so far I am very happy with the result.
The only concern I have is the remainder from juicing that I feel would be a huge waste to throw it all in the garbage. Most of it are useful fiber that your body needs and the fruits pulps should have nutritional value as well. So I'm trying to find a way to re-use them. One solution would be to make smoothie/milkshake with them using a strong blender (I also happen to have Breville's blender which is quite good). I have also heard from someone that if you juice vegetables you can then use the remainder to make pattie with it!