To narrow down your search use the options at the left side of your screen (if you’re using a laptop / desktop / tablet). For smart phone users, you can find the filters below.
Googling for juicer reviews will return a lot of results that won’t really help you pick the right juice extractor. This site is different, we are on a mission to help consumers make an informed buying decision. The thing is, manufacturers aren’t always truthful about their products. Significant information are often omitted and sometimes the warranty policy is too vague.
There are juicers with 10 year motor warranty and 2 years on other parts. There are also models with a 10-year warranty on the whole machine. You really have to read the fine print to prevent making a costly mistake.
Say you’re looking for a BPA free juicer, you won’t always find that information in the manufacturer’s site. Sometimes you’ll find it in a third party site. For reputable brands, this information is readily available. However, for unfamiliar ones be prepared to spend hours digging into the technical specifications. You’re lucky if you find what you’re looking for.
Also, we’ve run into some manufacturers with poor after sales support. These are the types of companies that you should avoid.
The good news is you don’t need to worry about all of that. We’ve done in-depth research on each of the juicer we’ve reviewed. We provide all the info we could find. You can check if a juicer is dishwasher safe, BPA free, what type of produce it’s best for and so on.
In each juicer review, you can have a bird’s eye view of the product before going into the whole article. We’ve listed all the necessary features and specifications you need to know at the top of the post. The best part of it is the star rating section. It’s a quick way to gauge the quality of the product. Anything below 4 stars is not worth it.
Now, let’s discuss the filters available to sort our catalogue of juicer reviews.
There are three main types of juicer; centrifugal, masticating and twin gear juicers. These are the most popular type of juicer. Apart from that there’s also a cold press juicer. This type of juicer is a collective term for slow juicers, masticating and twin gear juicers are also cold press juicers. Sorry for making it a little confusing, you can check the links for more details. There are also manual juicers but it doesn’t have much attention as the previous models. Lastly, masticating juicers have two sub-categories, vertical and horizontal. The vertical design is compact, it doesn’t take much counter space while the horizontal one is great for juicing leafy greens.
You can sort / filter the juicer review listing by price. It’s broken down into five price ranges $ (Under $100), $$ (Under $200), $$$ ($200 to $500), $$$$ ($500 to $1000) and $$$$$ ($1000 up). This can be really helpful if you’re on a tight budget.
We’ve aggregated reviews across several online merchants for any given product, it’s not just from one seller. It’s really a powerful way to quickly decide whether a product is good or bad. As I’ve said earlier, anything below 4 stars is not a good product.
You can also sort the juicer reviews by feature, say you only want to check juicers that are BPA free or dishwasher safe. You can also check whether a juicing machine is easy to use or not. Basically, a juicer with lesser parts are easier to use and clean. To add, you can also filter the listing to only show compact juicers.
Juice Shelf Life
Juice extracted by centrifugal juicers last for 24 hours. On the other hand a cold pressed juice have a shelf life of 72 hours. If you like preparing your juice for three days in one go then you can set the filter to 72 hours. This can be a huge time saver and great for preparing juice cleanses. However, if you prefer drinking your juice right away, opting for 24 hours will make perfect sense.
Best for Juicing/Making
Not all juicers are created equal, some juicers can only process hard produce and citrus fruits. This is true for one-speed centrifugal juicers. There are also juicers that can process all types of produce; soft fruits, citrus fruits, hard produce, leafy greens and wheatgrass. These are masticating and twin gear juicers. You can use this filter to check if a juice extractor can process the type of produce you’re planning to juice. As a bonus you can also set the filter to only show juicing machines which can help you make soy and almond milk.
Last but not the least, you can filter the juicer reviews by brand. This will come in handy if you have a favorite juicer manufacturer. You can choose to only display the products of that particular brand but we can’t promise to have all their machines. Older juicer models that are no longer available are moved in a separate section of this website. The review archive.
I also need to mention that you can combine filters, and you can also use the search field on top of the filters if you’re looking for something specific.