This is a wonderful product. I would recommended it to anyone
Brigitte Benson, Amazon
30 July 2014
Summary: This is a wonderful product. I would recommended it to anyone. It is simple and easy to clean. We'll worth the money. The only draw back is you do have to cut up you food into small pieces or it won't juice completely.
Summary: I was surprised when I discovered that I hadn't written a review on this juicer, as I've owned it for quite some time. To preface: this year marks the 40th year that I've been juicing, basically daily. I bought my first juicer, a department-store Braun, when I was 18 in college. And yep, like cheapie juicers do (even though it cost $75 in 70's Dollars!) it ended up eating itself and dying.
Summary: Easy to assemble and clean. I'm new to juicing and this is what I've learned: The most time-efficient way to juice with this appliance is to commit at least twenty minutes every morning to prep your day's drinks. It's better to do all your drinks at once, bottle them and deal with the cleanup once. Chopping/slicing your ingredients aids things greatly, to prevent jams.
Summary: Did a lot of research on juicers before making a purchase. This one seemed like the best rated (with everything I was looking for), for the price. 2 years later...I am still in love. A bunch of other features/uses as well! Made some fresh spaghetti using this not too long ago. Great device...well worth it!
Summary: We've been using this product for quite sometime now and we have no problem ever since. It is making us fresh juice without killing the enzymes that our body needs. Very easy to assemble and have no hard time cleaning every piece.
Summary: I've gone through two of these units since the middle of July and returned the second one to Amazon today. This would be a great juicer if not for one fatal flaw - the plastic housing for the screen. With the first unit, the screen housing developed a big crack toward the short end in about a week's time. The second unit's screen cracked in multiple areas within four days.
Summary: My 8yr old son and I juice once a week with our Kuvings, which is our first juicer. We love it! We only juice on the weekends because it takes a while to prep all the fruits and veggies and then clean everything up. We regularly juice apples, carrots, beets, cucumbers, limes, melons, chard, and kale with great success and a little foam. It doesn't do as well with berries, cherries, or peaches. You can still juice them, but just watch whether they get backed up.