Reviews and Problems with Hurom HU-100 (HRM0020 / HRM0021 / HRM0022)
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I just don't get it!!!!
Julie A., Amazon
14 April 2014
Summary: I purchased two of these juicers ...thinking that the first one was defective...but....they just don't juice very well. I juice a lot of celery...and it would clog up a couple of times in one juicing. The pulp does come out very dry...but the juice has soooo much pulp in it that by the time you strain it you've lost juice. This juicer comes with rave reviews...I just don't get it.
Excerpt: This juicer creates a lot of foam and it clogs easily when you're juicing leafy things. So I found the BEST way to make it work is to juice the softest things first and then work your way to the tougher/leafy-er things. So from cucumbers - apples - celery - wheat grass - parsley - and finish with kale, broccoli stalks, beets. The manual tells you to alternate between stringy things and harder produce but that doesn't necessarily work..
I really wanted to like this juicer but it has been a huge disappointment
mrs clare vick, Amazon
18 February 2014
Summary: I have been juicing for 10 years and I have a greenstar masticating juicer so I wanted to buy a quicker easier to clean juicer to use in conjunction with my greenstar. I researched and researched and came up with the Hurom. I have only given it one star because of the following. It's actually harder to clean than my greenstar!! .. The spout where the pulp gets ejected gets clogged up constantly and therefore is extremely difficult to clean.
Summary: This is a great juicer for those looking mainly to juice soft fruits and vegetables. The "slow" masticating juicers are THE BEST for nutritional value. The Hurom definitely extracts almost all of the juice in the vegetables and fruit. The pulp that remains is very dry, great for our compost pile. We do a lot of "green juicing." By "green" I do not mean wheat grass. Juicing anything fibrous is going to clog it.
Summary: I am a beginner juicer and decided that I needed to get the best quality and functional juicer in the marketplace today. I did my research and found out that the slow juicer has its advantages vs the standard fast juicers. I love my juicer! it is so easy to use, to clean and to assemble. It's like a 1, 2, 3 ready set and go machine. I am a very busy person and I am always looking for things that will make my life smooth and not complicated.
Summary: I've used this for a couple of months and it does a pretty good job. It's easy to set up and pretty easy to clean. It juices everything but celery. I've watched the video, I've cut my celery into little tiny chunks and the celery still clogs it up. It's too bad because I really like celery juice.
Summary: I had high expectations & they've all been met in the Hurom Slow Juicer. The juice produced is generous and the pulp is dryer than what I've ever seen from a juicer. There is some prep involved, as the chute is not ginormous, but the drop to juice vs the push to juice produces more juice. It is super easy to clean and I use it every day. Be sure to follow greens with a root veggie to push 'em thru.
Summary: I like the product very easy to clean and to operate even my grandchildren loves it. The only thing is that in between my juicing I had to stop, disassemble so I can removed the fibers that's clogging the spout where the pulp comes out, need to rinse it out in running water for it to come out.Problem solved, found out, for this not to happen; cut everything in small pieces esp.the celery. I love the quality of the juice, perfect!
Excerpt: Love this juicer & it has helped me broaden my diet with endless amounts of fresh juice! Only things I would change is make the mouth a little bigger and cleanup faster. You have to take it completely apart to clean, so making & cleaning up takes about 20-25 mintues. However, I think you have to do this with all juicers and it's just part of the deal.