Excerpt: We switched over to drinking more juice and vegetable drinks in our diet. Originally, I was trying to puree vegetables and hand squeeze fruit to make our healthy drinks. I decided it was time to get a juice extractor.
Excerpt: During the summer, the Waring Pro Ice Crusher receives the most use of any kitchen appliance that I own. It is a fantastic kitchen gadget to have. The Waring Pro Ice Crusher is all stainless steel so it is easy to clean up.
Summary: I have had this juicer for over 20 years. It still works like it is brand new. I've never had any problems with it. I do not put anything in it that has seeds. When I bought it, I had never heard of filters, so never used them. However, it is easy to clean if you do it soon after juicing. The pulp is mostly dry and easy to remove. I use a toothbrush and running water to clean the screen. Works like a charm. I highly recommend this one.
Summary: Nowadays Waring's quality control needs improvement. This is the first one I bought from Amazon which has pretty severe vibration even before anything is juiced. It was returned for a refund. I bought a second one from Bed Bath & Beyond. This one's vibration is acceptable but the strainer basket has a number of small spots (or dots) on the outside. They were sticky on the touch. After cleaning with gasoline, the sticky thing was gone but the spots remain.
Summary: I like the Waring PJE401 because its pretty simple to use and not to bad on clean up. The only thing I've used it so far for is Lilikoi .(passion fruit). Can make a gallon in nothing flat. Still have to run the extract through a cheese cloth jelly bag due to some seeds and small pieces of seed coating. Used the paper filter but clogged up pretty quick and got small pieces of paper in extract. just strained them out. Not much goes to waste, seems like you get more juice.