Breville BJS700SIL Big Squeeze Slow Juicer, Silver
- Large 3-inch (81mm) Feed Chute.
- Ultra-Quiet 240 Watt Motor
- Powerful low speed extraction method with minimal heat transfer makes this machine ultra-quiet while operating.
- Smart Cap: Create various mixed juices, Stops dripping, Create various mixed juices
- Conveniently easy for self-rinse; Stainless Steel Mesh Filter
- Easy Assembly: The red dot indications on parts allow the users to easily assemble and disassemble the juicer.
- Direction Control: Features forward and reverse button for easy juicing and unclogging.
- Small footprint
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I’ve found that chopping kale, romaine, et. al into pretty wee pieces and stuffing the chute full before operating yields the most juice, but regardless, it’s significanly more than one would ever get from a centirfugal type.
Every part of the juicing process, from ingredient prep to cleanup, takes much longer than centies, but it’s very, very worth it. I’m happy to juice for an hour if it means I can make a couple gallons and rock it over a few days. Allegedly, nutrients begin degrading within 20 minutes in a centrifugal juicer, due to a combination of increased heat and oxidation. That’s less of a worry here, so I feel comfortable juicing a ton once every few days rather than each time I want to choke down some liquid salad.
It seems a lot of crap gets masticated but never really makes it past the awl to get juiced, but the yield is still better than the opposite so I’ve just moved on with my life and accepted it.
In any case, LOVE IT. Cleaning isn’t really that bad, and I’m not 5% terrified of slicing off a finger like I am with my last setup because there are 0 sharp parts. Highly, highly recommended, but I can’t speak for comparison re: other masticating types!
One little sidebar. It’s cute that they show a literal full apple in the cute, but the instructions make it clear that seeds need to be removed, so that’s a pipe dream/pretty marketing. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
If you want to drink healthy and tasteful juice please use a slow juicer like this one.
A few minor things perturb me about it though. First, when I'm juicing and using the wide mouth opening, the locking mechanism to keep the mouth door closed gets easily locked without me realizing and I have to unlock it at least three or four times during a juicing session. The second thing is cleaning the juicing screen. It can be a bear to clean. The cleaning apparatus that is supposed to clean the screen is not helpful but the grey scrub brush that is included does the trick. This is my first juicer so I don't know if this is common to most juicers.
But the juice! Oh, the juice! It is delicious! And the pulp is very dry. I couldn't squeeze any more juice out of it if I tried. I like that it also has a reverse option just in case it gets stuck but that hasn't happened yet no matter how large of a piece of veggie I put in. This juicer does the job and is worth the small hassle of the locking issue and screen cleaning.
3- very good for juicing greens
4- nice juice consistency
1- stuff get stuck easily
2- somtimes it's very hard to open it after juicing
3- get easily blocked
4- in the end there will be un-juiced fruits remaining inside the container