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What’s the Best Juicer? Our Top 5 Juicers Reviewed

What's the Best Juicer? Our Top 5 Juicers Reviewed

It’s the season of fresh fruit and veggies again and that means juicing season is here too. Made popular by such documentaries as Sick, Fat and Nearly Dead, juicing is a healthy lifestyle choice. Juicing is the extraction of the natural juice of fruits and vegetables by separating them from the fiber, or the pulp of the fruit, giving you just the sweet goodness of nature. We are going to review the 5 best Juicers, to find the best juicer for you.

Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Juicer

This is a masticating style of juicer, meaning that it extracts the juice at a low speed. This allows the juice to last longer and maintain flavor and nutritional value without degradation. This machine can be used to nuts into nut butter, making baby foods and other food processing as well as juicing. It has a two stage pressing system that makes sure you are getting the most out of what you put into it.  Even though it is a low speed juicer, it does not require extra time to make your juice.


  • Best juicer for flavor
  • Double pressing system
  • Multifunction


  • Expensive
  • Hard to get completely clean
  • Will leak if not reassembled properly

Beautyjuicer Bj-215 3 in 1: Slow Juicer, Fruit and Vegetable Face Mask making Machine

This is another low speed juicer, made to squeeze the fruit and vegetables rather than grind them, resulting in a cleaner juice with less particles from the pulp.  It is a quiet model and does not have the high whirling noise that comes with most juicers. It also is designed to be used to make beauty products, such as natural masks and scrubs with its own special function for them.


  • Multifunction
  • Quiet
  • Easy to use


  • Hard to reassemble
  • Not as powerful as others
  • Hard to clean

Omega 1000 Juicer

This is a centrifugal juicer, meaning it spins the juice out of the pulp using high speeds and sharp blades.  This does make this a faster juicer, but also a much messier clean up of the interior. The centrifugal style juicer is the best juicer for getting the most juice out of the least amount of product. The juice however does not last as long as low speed or masticating juicers as the speed of the blade heats up the juice slightly.


  • Large hopper mouth
  • Speedy
  • Lightweight


  • If the basket gets off alignment will be very loud
  • Basket hard to clean
  • Too short to fit a regular glass under

Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor

This centrifugal style machine is the best juicer if you want the pulp in an easy container for later use. Many people who juice find other ways to use the left over pulp besides as fertilizer such as carrot cake and apple pies. Another benefit to this machine is that it comes with its own container for holding the juice that prevents that nasty splatter from getting all over the counter if the cup doesn’t fit just right.


  • Large pulp collector
  • Juice container
  • Dishwasher safe


  • A lot more waste than a low speed juicer
  • Longer clean up
  • Loud

Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain 700-Watt Juice Extractor

This stainless steel machine comes ready for the largest toughest juicing jobs.  With a powerful motor and an extra large feed mouth, this is the best juicer for high volume needs.  It comes complete with its own gathering cup and specialized cleaning brush to make clean up that much easier. It has a titanium cutting disk to make sure you are getting the most juice for your input on this centrifugal design. It is designed to give you a damp pulp left over from your juicing.


  • Easier clean up
  • High volume
  • Powerful


  • Can get clogged
  • Will leak if not reassembled properly
  • Loud

Juicing is a refreshing way to stay healthy in the summer heat and there are so much fresh produce to try. That is what makes it important that you find the best juicer for you and hopefully this helped.

Frances Masters

Frances Masters is a BACP accredited psychotherapist with over 30,000 client hours of experience. Follow her @fusioncoachuk, or visit The Integrated Coaching Academy for details about up coming training.