Juicer Buying Guide

Juices made from fruits and vegetables have the most amazing health benefits. They regulate the blood pressure, ease muscle aches and joint pain, give you the energy you need after a busy day at work and even do wonders for your sexual potency. Juicers are incredibly useful devices that make it easy for you to make your own juice from fresh fruits and vegetables. In this Juicer Buying Guide, we discuss the type of juicers, juicer features to look out for and the most popular juicer brands available in the market. Let’s get started!

Types of Juicers

You should choose a type of juicer depending on the type of juice that you prefer to drink and how much time you can afford to spend on preparing the juice. There are two types of juicers.

Auger-style juicers

Auger-style juicers are also called masticating juicers or cold press juicers. They work by crushing and mashing the fruits and vegetables in a slow and deliberate manner. They are quite expensive; a typical auger-style juicer costs $400.  They leave behind more pulp and produce fiber-rich juices.

 Juice extractors

Juice extractors prepare juice in very little time by using a fast whirling disk to cut the fruits and vegetables into small little pieces and then to spin them to separate the juice from the pulp. While the machine doesn’t take long to operate, you will have to put some time into cleaning and preparing the fruits and veggies that you put into the juice extractor.

Juicer Features

Let’s look at some of the features that you will want your juicer to have.

Clear juice container

Your juicer should have a clear, see through container, with visible markings in ounces and milliliters.

Cord storage

The juicer should have some way of hiding the cords when you’re not using it.

Dishwasher safe

It should be easy to clean the removable parts of the juicer using a dishwasher.

Dust cover

The juicer should come with a dust cover to protect the opening of the chute as you insert the fruit and vegetables for the juicing.

Large chute

The juicer should have a large chute capable of accommodating large pieces of the produce with ease.

 Long cord

Longer cords provide greater flexibility, which is why we recommend buying juicers that come with a long cord.

Pulp regulator

Pulp regulator allows you to change the pulpiness of the juice from time to time.

 Top Juicer Brands

Let’s look at some of the most popular juicer brands available in the market.


Bella is a popular juicer brand that offers several varieties of masticating and centrifugal juice extractors at affordable prices.

Black & Decker

Black & Decker is one of the most famous brands in the world. It offers a range of citrus juicers and several types of juice extractors that are easy to operate and clean.


Breville is another popular company that makes some of the best masticating and centrifugal juice extractors in the industry.


Cuisinart makes affordable masticating and citrus juice extractors, and is certainly worth a buy.


Dash is a popular mid-range brand that makes affordable centrifugal, masticating and citrus juice extractors.


Fagot makes centrifugal and masticating juice extractors and sells its products at a reasonable price.


Fusion is a juicer brand owned by Tri-Star Products and has the famous innovator Jason Vale as its celebrity endorser

Hamilton Beach

Hamilton Beach makes cheap and affordable juice extractors and sells them through department stores and big-box retailers.


Hurom sells centrifugal juice extractors that are pricier than most of the other brands in the market, but are of a decent quality.

Jack LaLanne

Jack Lalanne is a juicer made by the famous fitness expert of the same name, Jack LaLanne, who had a popular TV show on health and fitness that lasted over 3 decades.

Juice Bullet

Juice Bullet is a juicer brand from the company Magic Bullet and makes masticating juice extractors at affordable prices.


Juiceman is endorsed by popular tennis player Martina Navratilova. It sells quality juice extractors at a decent price.


Kuvings  sells masticating and centrifugal juice extractors in the mid-priced category.


L’Equip sells mastication juice extractors at specialty retailers and on Amazon.com.


Omega sells masticating, centrifuge, and citrus juice extractors in different price categories.


Oster is a part of Jarden Consumer Solutions and sells citrus juicers and juice extractors.

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