Summary: This juicer works good. The only thing that doesn't work as well as I expected is the automatic reverse when squeezing fruit (but I admit maybe it's how I hold the fruit). All in all, this is a great juicer for the money.
Summary: I received this citrus juicer from the Spark Reviewer Program and it seems to work well but doesn’t hold that much, it only holds up to three cups of juice at a time. Oster is a good name brand that you can trust to work well and that it does!
Summary: I was so disappointed - its an Oster so I really thought it would be great, its not. As far as its name - well it is misleading. It is an orange juicer, larger lemons - that is all. Not fit for grapefruits, & is only so so for limes.
Summary: I absolutely love my Oster Citrus Juicer! I don't have a lot of cupboard space or counter top space and the size of this juicer is just right for my needs. It is easy to use and easy to clean. I love it. I have always wanted a juicer to try to be healthier by drinking more juices.
Summary: The Oster Citrus Juicer is a good, well made appliance. It is also good looking with its bright yellow top and green bottom. It could be left on the kitchen counter and look very nice. It comes apart easily for cleaning and is fairly intuitive putting it together again.
Summary: Oster Citrus Juicer is the perfect addition to my kitchen tools. I had a manual citrus juicer that worked great for a quick bit of lemon juice in a recipe. It had a glass bottom and one day I was pushing hard on the lemon and it slipped out from under my hand and broke on the floor.
Summary: The juicer center is too small. It is the size of a lemon or lime. To be an orange juicer it must be larger. The juicer decides to turn left or right often when you are juicing. The window that shows how much you have juice is a great idea and works well.
Summary: Very useful tool. Juices very quickly and ensures you get the maximum juice out of your citrus fruit. It has an automatic reverse mechanism so it will rotate one way and once you lift the fruit and press again, it will reverse. That's how it gets ALL of the juice.