Summary: I have been juicing for years and own the Greenstar masticating juice as well as the older Philips juicer. I bought this to upgrade. It is better than the older Philips because it takes up less space and the pulp collection is cleaner and easier and it takes a few seconds less to clean.
Summary: this product is great so far...juices really well and has a powerful motor. never have I been able to get soooo much juice from a couple of fruits and veg. a bit heavy as i like to travel with it.
Summary: It is excellent for hard fruit. The soft fruit pulp is still left too wet but juices better than my old one. The washing of the item is excellent and very fast indeed. The foam separator on the jug is a great idea and works well.
Summary: This juicer looks good, performs well and it is easy to clean. However, I have found that it can be quite stiff to take apart in order to clean. Sometimes, I can be struggling for quite a few minutes and it hurts my hands. My husband has no problem with it, so perhaps I am particularly weak. Much as I love this model, I would probably go for the former version next time.
Summary: The juicer is pretty good at everything except pineapples - in general the pulp is dry and I feel as if I'm getting a good juice which isn't too hot. Pineapples I have to put the pulp in a wetted teatowel and squeeze the rest of the juice out by hand.
Summary: With juicers, as with most things, you tend to get what you pay for. For the ultimate juicing, you need a masticating juicer, but these come with a hefty price tag. This is a centrifugal juicer and these work perfectly well for most household use. In comparing different juicers, the key aspects that affect the price are design and the power of the engine, which in turn will impact on the amount of juice extracted as well as the robustness of the unit (ie how long it will...