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Waring JEX328 Pro Juice Extractor

Customer Reviews:

  • Like This Juicer
    I was pleased with this juicer. It is smart looking with the stainless steel and juices won't stain it. Easy to use but by far the huge plus is it is easy to clean. It actually took less than five minutes to clean. Does a good job extracting the juice. I recommend it....more info
  • Wet my appetite(and the pulp) for one that worked well
    This juicer is a centrifugal, non-ejecting kind without bags (unlike the Omega 1000 or 9000 which has bags for the pulp), which I returned for refund after about six months due to its irritating non-efficiency.
    Disadvantages: filled up fast and stopped working, left very wet pulp, was noisy. It was irritating to constantly try and re-run the pulp, and clean it out.... I sure filled up the container fast. I understand that the most efficient centrifugal juicers don't eject... but it is frustrating to stop--and this particular juicer is definately not efficient!
    Advantages: affordable, noisy, if you don't mind wasting produce or re-inserting the incredibly wet pulp. I got mine for $49.95 at big warehouse store..which took the return 6 months later without a receipt.
    Cleanup was not too hard, although it is sad to dispose of carrots not fully used, and I got awfully tired of carrot cake, and do not have goats! And, I had to repeatedly clean. If this is a juicer for just one person, and you do not mind re-running the pulp or the noise, it might work okay compared to flimsy alternatives.
    It is a sturdy machine, and came with a large metallic drink container which was nice, and a great juice catcher with I believe measuring parts. It fit together nicely and easily, without complicated parts or instructions.
    The screen cleans with a quick brush up.
    I gave it better than a 1 because it does produce juice and did not break with constant use. I loaned it to friends with livestock and they got tired of it too, and they had ample use for the extra pulp!
    I did enjoy the juice it made... enough so that I saved up for an Omega 8002/3 (8003 is the latest) and eventually got one. It is carried by Amazon, it is a type of masticating juicer which ejects (and you can easily re-insert pulp, but the pulp is much drier) and also does wheatgrass as well as a large array of vegetables and other fruits. Now, the price differential is tremendous... but $50 tossed frustratingly away is not a good deal, either. I understand L'Equip to have a good alternative to the Waring, for a happy price.
    [I purchased the Omega because it was easy to put together and easy to clean and did leaf vegetables extremely well along with doing everything else, and being able to do wheatgrass, make nut butters, extrude pasta, chop as a bonus. It sure looked less complicated than the Champion, and is supposedly more versatile. I have seen three in action with happy owners, two 8002's and the successor, the 8003.]...more info
    This juicer is super simple to use and best of all VERY easy to clean ! We have a old champion juicer that is complicated and inconvenient for everyday juicing, but the Waring is small enough to leave out for everyday use....more info
  • best juicer in the world
    If you don't like "soupy" juice with sediment and bits of whatevers this is the one for you. It takes a lot of fruit and veg to get a small amount of juice but it produces a pure pith free drink. It's also very very easy to clean. Makes a lot of noise and probably a little vicious with the blades to have in a household with inquisitive children but if you keep it out of harms way and avoid waking your neighbours at 4am this is the best juicer you're going to find....more info
  • Buy at Sam's Club for only $49.95
    You can buy it at Sam's Club for $49.95 with all the same features:

    High-speed 400-watt motor
    Brushed stainless-steel housing eliminates stains
    Compact strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe
    Five-year limited warranty on the motor, one-year limited appliance warranty ...more info
  • Great juicer for the price
    Pros: Easy and fast to clean
    No stains - steel cup
    Looks nice on counter and doesn't take up alot of space
    Don't have to cut up carrots in small pieces
    Doesn't take long to make a cup of juice
    Cons: Get a larger brush to clean the strainer
    I've had juice man juicer and it was so hard to clean and the plastic would stain, so I never wanted to keep it out on the counter because it looked stained.
    This juicer has a 400watt motor. I'm usually in a hurry in the morning. So I don't want to spend hours cutting and cleaning a juicer, yet I like to have fresh juice every morning. I'm happy with juicer for the great price. ...more info
  • Review of the Waring Juicer
    I was a little disappointed with the product. You can't juice 32oz in one shot you have to empty out the pulp a couple of times. Also I found that the juice collected at the bottom of the pulp rather than falling out the spout. I also had 2 large pieces of celery and carrot left after juicing my first time. I realized that in total I spent around $70 and so for that amount of money I figured I would return it and get the $90 juicer that my cousin has and I know that you can wait to empty it when 32oz is done....more info
  • Good product
    This is a very good product and I'm happy with the purchase. Easy to use, easy to clean, and the juice it makes is great. Stainless steel casing gives it a contemporary look. I recommend this extractor....more info
  • Great machine
    I was looking for a good juicer and after reading all the reviews I went to the store and bought it. I'm not disappointed! It's very easy to assemble and to use, it's not long to clean (it took me about 3 minutes top) and it's not wasting any juice (the pulp remaining is very dry). Also the stainless steel design is great, I leave the juicer on my counter. It's true that the machine is noisy but you don't use it very long and i'm sure it's normal for that kind of powerful juicer. It's not bothering me, I was expecting it (never heard a quiet juicer).

    anyway, if you are searching for both a good looking and an efficient juicer, you should buy it, you won't regret it!...more info
  • Good juicer!
    I am pretty happy with this juicer. Its reasonably priced, not very noisy, works for fruits/veggies, easy to clean. The only issue i see is this product cannot be used for citrus fruits. And little bit of fruit juice remains in the pulp though....more info
  • Too weak. Have to cut up fruits and vegies real small
    This juicer is very disappointing. The feed chute is very narrow so I had to cut up my fruits and vegetables real small. I had to use a lot of muscle just to push a carrot down the chute. I hardly got any juice out of my carrots. I had a breville juicer that I gave away to my sister that didn't require too much pushing, plus it squeezed out a lot more juice. This juicer also leaves big junks of fruits in the pulp container, and the pulp is very wet. Not an efficient juicer at all. I gave it 2 stars intead of 0 or 1 because it's not very noisy, plus it does work, if you're willing to spend lots of preparation time to chop up the fruits, or use some muscles to push down the chute, and waste a lot of good juice. I'll be going through the trouble of returning it....more info
  • Price is right. Cleaning is easy.
    I bought this juicer as a Christmas present for my boyfriend and we've used it nearly every day since. Although I have very limited experience with juicers, I absolutely love this one. I guess it doesn't extract as much juice from the veggies and fruits as a higher priced model, but in order to reduce waste, I simply make a broth from the pulp and mix with my three dogs' meals. Great vitamins and minerals for them and I don't have to feel bad about being wasteful.

    Juicing has been a godscend for me. I eat a very healthy diet and have taken various supplements over the years, but there's just something about juicing that really energizes me both physically and mentally. In fact, for one of the first times in my adult life, I've been able to finally get off of antidepressants as a result of the nutrients juicing has provided me.

    In short, I bought this juicer because the price was right and I read that clean up was painless (which it is. takes about 5 minutes to clean the components, including the blade). I'm very pleased with it and juicing in general....more info
  • Affordable, attractive, and oh, it works too!
    I got this bright idea that I would try and get more nutrition into my toddler by getting a juicer, as he's currently only eating limited vegetables.

    I didn't want to spend too much, because who knows if this passing phase will last, and I don't want to get him hooked on juice (even if it's good for you juice) as a source of food. So after doing some research on juicers, I decided that a simple centrifugal fit our needs. Based on what others have said here, it seemed as if this one was a pretty good juicer for the regular home user and also affordable.

    There are a few cons to this and it seems that my cons echo what others have said:

    It's loud - Yes, it's LOUD. It's louder than people even described in their reviews. If you're planning on making juice later at night after your kids have gone to bed, and their room isn't far from the kitchen, I'd wait until everyone's up. Our son's room is on the second floor, but we have a two story family room, that has a half wall in the hallway above, so noise carries. There's no way I'd use this after he went to bed.

    The cup - The cup is 32oz. I only made half of that, and right at about that mark, the juice would splash out a bit. This isn't a huge deal, but it will add to the mess.

    The receptacle - I made apple carrot juice and had to cut the carrot into slices. Again, not a huge deal, but you definitely can't fit a whole apple in here.

    For its maiden voyage, I made apple carrot juice, using two medium sized apples, and three small to medium sized carrots and got about 16 ounces of juice, which isn't bad at all, in my opinion. There wasn't liquid left in the pulp, but there was a TON of pulp. Since I've never had a juicer, I don't have anything to compare it to.

    Clean up is a breeze if you do it right away. I didn't really need much soap, just mostly hot water, and the basket was pretty easy to clean out. I've heard that some of the other brands, like the Breville, had baskets that were a nightmare to clean, but with the little brush and some soap, I was able to get 99% of the pulp out of the container. Any leftover detritus, my husband happily volunteered his air compressor for.

    One of the other reasons, that I picked this juicer is that from what I can tell, I'm about 95% sure the plastic is BPA free. Most of the others looked to have polycarbonate in them, which may not be a concern to you, but it is to me. I'd have preferred something all stainless, but this one is as close as I can get.

    Overall, it's really not a bad juicer for the money. If you can stand a little noise, and a few drops of juice, this is great for the average juicer. ...more info
  • Excellent product
    I have just tried this juicer in comparison with the L'Equip mini. Both produced very good juice amazingly economically and conveniently. Each machine had different qualities though. The stainless steel bodied Waring is very neat and sits very well on the worktop. It is easy to imagine just popping an orange into the hopper each morning, flicking the switch and producing a full glass of really tasty orange juice in about 30 seconds not to mention a huge variety of other fruit and veg to juice- I tried apple, pear, beetroot, ginger, carrots, fennel, papaya and all worked well. Yet to try greens and sprouts (I didn't have any). It also cleaned easily in a few seconds - only the grater/strainer causing any difficulty at all but a quick once over with a washingup brush and a rinse under the tap did it. It's comparable to washing a cafetiere. The only drawback in comparison to the L'Equip was a smaller grater/strainer and slightly wetter pulp (less juice per item?) but this was marginal and although the Waring looks bigger at first glance, it is neater and more 'together'. When I received the L'Equip I was disappointed that the body was plastic and not metal but it does also produce very good juice and is even (slightly) easier to clean. Although I haven't used these juicers for any length of time I would be happy with either and will have to choose one of them very shortly but I am certainly looking forward to some very lovely juice that I can't get any other way...more info
  • Handled my needs like a champ.
    I bought this juicer as it was relatively inexpensive, and I wasn't sure if I'd like juicing enough to invest in a more expensive model. I was very pleased to find that this particular model works like a champ! I use it at least 3 times weekly. There are other more powerful machines, but I've never experienced this motor having any difficulty with any hardroot vegetables I've used. Some other models are reported to be difficult to clean up, but if you wash the 3 easy parts right away, it takes you about 3 minutes. The unit isn't so large that it prohibits one from keeping it on the countertop, unlike larger sizes I've seen. Best of all, the overall process and cleanup is easy enough, that I use it regulary without hesitation. I have an incredibly new healthy lifestyle, thanks to my little juicer!...more info
  • This juicer, I love it.
    I bought this from Amazon and I tried carrots without peeling them and mixed it with store bought orange juice. It really tasted good and I am getting more vitamins from the peelings too. I then clean it out right after that, which was very easy, and did apples. I mixed the apple juice with the carrot juice and added some orange juice. It was really great. This juice works great, does everything very fast and easy to clean, and the price is great with free shipping....more info
  • A Great Juicer
    I don't know what happened with some of the reviewers - every morning since my juicer arrived, I've been preparing a drink with a red beet, a green apple, four carrots and four celery sticks. The juicer handles them all happily, the pulp is quite dry, and the whole thing appears to be efficient and simple to use. I do clean the components completely after each use, but I can't see any sign of the problems some people have reported.

    All in all, I am very happy with this juicer....more info
  • Great product for the price!
    I just got this WARING PRO juice extractor model JEX328. It is everything I had expected. I've use it a few times with carrots and it performed great.

    - quick extraction
    - easy clean-up
    - no stains since it's stainless and black materials

    I'm glad I didn't go for anything that cost more....more info
  • True "mid-level" juicer
    I don't understand people bashing about "inefficinency" of this juicer!! This is a $70 juicer and it should be ttreated as such. It does the best job when compared with any other juicer in this price range. You can not comapre apples to oranges.

    Being said that, this juicer works for us. We juice carrots, apples and celery. Since this juicer does not have "pulp-eject" and/or "external pulp collector", you can juice almost 3/4 container full of juice before you have to empty out the pulp. If you push the fruits slowly then you can go as much as full container of juice without emptying the pulp. The reason is: After container is 3/4 full, the accumulated pulp kind of touches the internal strainer so if you press hard then the excess pressure slows down the motor noticably. So be gental after 3/4 container and you can go all the way till contrainer is full!!

    Cleaning of internal strainer requires bigger stiff brush. Included brush is too small.

    We do not put any part of this juicer in dish washer.

    The juice has slight hint of fine pulp but I personally like it that way.

    Good juicer all around for the price. If you want "the perfact juicer" then be ready to spend upward of $200....more info
  • Excellent Juicer
    This is a great juicer. I would re-buy it again!!! Compared to some of the other larger and more powerful juicers, I rank it comparable! Some of the highlights of this product are the size, ease of use, ease of clean-up. The only thing I wish the juicer had was a larger space for the fruits/vegetables to be juiced. It does require to cut apples in quarters. If you do buy the item, I suggest buying a baby bottle cleaner (Avent is best) to clean the strainer. The one that comes with this juicer is dinky and awkward to use. ...more info
  • Great Inexpensive Juicer
    As someone new to "juicing" I had hoped to find a juicer that was easy to use and easy to clean. This juicer exceeded my expectations for both. It juices items easily, the components seem sturdy, and its easy to disassemble, clean and reassemble. I've used it almost daily since I got it. My only "complaint" is the size of the feed tube. It's a little small, in my opinion, since I sometime need to split the thick end of a carrot to get it into the tube. Overall - I'm very pleased with this juicer....more info
  • Waring Pro Juice Extractor
    I recently purchased the Waring Pro several months ago along with the "juiceman's book of Juicing" and "Everything that You need to know about Juicing" from amazon.com (not the juicer - this was purchased elsewhere)

    I have been relatively pleased with it's performance, product asthetics, and what it delivers. First, I like the design with the stainless steel housing and cup. It won't stain and looks classy. More important, however, is what it delivers and that is great juicing with less produce expense then other juicers, some costing much more.

    I have no problem with the noise, as another reviewer wrote, it isn't on that long. It is easy to clean with the strainer basket being the hardest. A sturdy nylon or bottle brush works best here. I use less produce then that recommended in "Jay the Juiceman's book of complete Juiceing". So i guess it is more efficient. There is no pulp in drinks and it can juice whole carrorts and quarter apples. For juicing parsely or other greens take a cue from the juiceman book "roll it and use a carrot to push through with the plunger. You will get your green juice.

    Prior to this I used and still use a vitamix for using total juice (pulp included) and i still love it, but it has limitations when it comes to veggies. I prefer the waring pro for this.

    I have looked at more expensive and powerful juicers. Someday, maybe I will go this way, but as for now, I don't see the advantage of a pulp ejector. I juice two times per day.

    Overall, this is a good juicer that you will not have to return after a weeks use.

    Don...more info
  • What a great juice machine for the money!
    I purchased this item (refurbished) for my wife, and she just loves it! It turns a few carrots into a glass of juice in seconds! Not just carrots tho' - but lots of other stuff too! (just use your imagination)! The clean-up isn't too bad either. It is a bit noisy, but no worse than any blender I've ever heard. You can use the leftover pulp, which is nicely captured, in soups and sauces, etc. I heartily recommend this item for those of you who want to juice, but can't afford those $199-$300 juicers! Don't be afraid of buying refurbished either - as you will save quite a few dollars and will end up with a really excellent product, backed with a limited warranty! ...more info
  • Good Product
    I bought this juicer two weeks ago. I've used it several times. In general it works quite well. However, it is not very quiet but not horrible either. For the most part it is designed well. All of the pieces are big and cleaning is fairly simple. Its not a chore like my last juicer was.

    My only complaint with this juicer is the cup that catches the juice is too short. Once the juice starts filling the cup over half way it splatters the juice all over your counter top. So you have to stop juicing and dump the juice from the reservoir cup into a container or glass. Otherwise, this is a great product....more info
  • Good juicer.
    My wife has been using this for about 3 months and it's working great.

    As the previous review said, cleanup is simple, but you need to get a larger brush for the cutter (I picked up a cheap dish brush at WalMart that works fine). It's loud, but it isn't as if you're running it all the time, so it isn't that much of a problem. Still, if you're in an apartment with thin walls, you may want to consider some other unit.

    I'm slightly concerned about the lifetime of the cutter unit, which looks a little lightweight. But no problems with it so far....more info
  • Great product for the price
    This product is perfect for the price. Very powerful motor and you can make juice in a minute. I only used once so far and I love it already....more info
  • Durable and does great job!
    Have been using this juice machine for 5 years now. Love it. Very durable as I juice a lot. Cleaning brush takes all the leftovers from the fruits and vegetables away nicely. I would strongly recommend this juicer to you....more info
  • Great Extractor
    Oh, this extractor is great, have no fear because it's doing an excellent job....more info
    Motor sounds great, but juices are kinda pulpy.
    Plus the accumulated pulps have plenty of juice in them.
    The pulp should be somewhat dry with no juice comming out when squeezed, hence 1 star rating.

    ...more info
  • Decent for a first juicer
    This is my first juicer and I am not completely disappointed in it, but there are some problems. First the good parts:

    1) Easy to clean for a juicer.
    2) does a decent job with fruits or vegetables.
    3) very good value for the money.
    4) not exceptionally loud.

    The problems:

    1) it froths the juice too much and that much oxygen can remove important nutrients.
    2) it is loud, not overly loud, but a little too loud.
    3) it does not cut up all of the fruit or veggies and you can find decent size chunks in the juicer that should have been ground up.
    4) it leaks from the bottom of the juicer sometimes for no obvious reason.
    5) the inside of the juicer easily clogs and the juice stops coming out so there can be a lot of loss.
    6) the pulp is still very wet and with fruit you can see a lot of lost juice.

    This is not a bad machine, but i firmly believe it would be better to spend the extra money and get a better juicer. Adequate for a beginner, but if you plan on being serious about juicing spend the extra money!...more info
  • great juicer
    i'm so happy that i got this juicer.Just awsome.I red all the reviews befor to buy it but no doubt that's the juicer wich i want....more info
  • Poor extraction of Juice...lots of pulp
    Bought the Jex328 Waring Pro. This machine works well except that the juice is full of pulp. I have to use a strainer to remove the excess pulp before I can enjoy the juice. I am now looking for another juicer...and as this is the first time I am using a Waring, should I stick with the brand or search somewhere else....more info
  • Love it.
    I've had this juicer for about a year now and I love it. I'm not a very picky juicer, so it works for me. Never had any problems, except it does NOT juice bananas at all, and the manual says you can't juice grass. You can juice most everything else, though, including spinach. A great deal if you're starting....more info
  • Good Juicer
    I've juiced carrots and star fruit with this unit. Very easy to clean. The pulp is a little moist, maybe some more juice in there. Over all a good juicer....more info
  • luv this product!!
    This is my first juicer and I love it ! I use it every evening, finding it very easy to clean. The chute (where the produce is put) is smaller than other juicers, so you have to cut up your ingredients. That is part of the fun - even my kids get involved....more info
  • Ok for its price
    I bought this product because I needed a simple juice extractor and the first time I saw it was in Jamba Juice. I was going to buy it there but luckily I got it for a much cheaper price online. I wouldn't recommend it for constant and continuous use because the blade does seem to get dull easily. However, it does the job and it does the job well. I use it mostly for carrots and beets and the results are very satisfying. It's also farily easy to clean (except for the blade of course). But if you take care of the blade it should be fine. Other than that, its totally worth it but not for the price that Jamba sells it for (hint hint). ...more info
  • great juicer.
    Received this today, refurbished,and enjoyed making the juice. I have a Breville, expensive, loud, hard to put together and clean and took up so much counter space. I used it maybe two times as I felt like it wasn't worth the effort. but this compact little machine is so inviting. it sits there just waiting for me to pop in some fruit an veggies and I'll probably use it daily. I keep all the fruits and veggies I'm going to juice in a big plastic bowl so when I'm finished I just put the bowl with the unused veggies back in the fridge, ready for the next session. so go for it, you won't be sorry. just drink it, not analyze it....more info
  • First Experience with a Juicer
    This is my first juicer ever, and I'm rather happy with it. I won't lie and say that I have great experience when it comes to juicer, but I think this one is a pretty decent juicer. It juiced my apples, carrots, greens (collard and kale) and oranges with little problem. The pulp was still a little juicy, but unless I buy a masticating juicer (which is way too expensive for my part time salary) I expected this.

    Clean up isn't too difficult. It takes about 5-10 minutes (which is probably longer than average for me because I leave in a dorm, with a teeny tiny kitchen). I bought a bigger brush from the grocery store to to help with clean up, I use wet paper towels to get into the crevices, and the little brush that it comes with is relatively helpful, but I have done cleanup without it. The big thing is to clean right after juicing because the pulp just slides right off. A lot of the parts are easily removed so it can be placed under the faucet, which makes it easier. I haven't tried placing it in a blender because I don't have one, so I cannot give advice in that area.

    It is a bit loud, but again I expected this, so it wasn't a huge deal breaker for me. The noise level is fine enough for me to use in my dorm kitchen without too much fear of waking my suite mate.

    Overall, I'm pretty happy with the juicer, and I'm glad that I purchased it.

    FYI: my juicer is refurbished. I got it from a different website for $26 (shipping was about $18). But I don't think that this is a big factor in its workability (but I could be wrong)....more info
  • great unit
    I just got a refurbished unit here on amazon and it works great! I really like it. For a first time juicer, this is the way to to check out the groovy vibes of juicing. Looks attractive, too. Easy to clean. I've just been doing carrots, but the pulp is dry. It's bigger than I thought it would be....more info
  • Great Juicer!!!!!!
    Enjoying my juice. This is a great product. The clean up is not that difficult. I am juicing everything from carrots, celery you name it. My first juicer was the Hamilton juicer which failed on the very first day of use and the noise.....Oooh my. This is a great juicer and i am satisfied with it....more info
  • Very functional but much more plastic than I'd like.
    The exterior of this juicer is stainless steel. That appearance conceals the fact that inside it is all plastic. Most of that plastic seems to be food grade.

    However the plastic part that the circular blade connects to is especially stinky even after several weeks of almost daily use and washing, so I'd guess it is very toxic and not food grade. Yet food and juice does come in contact with it.

    Waring could have done a better job at protecting the consumer's health....more info
  • 12 years later I'm still pleased
    I've had my Waring Pro for 12 years. It still looks brand new and going strong. It's been used EVERY morning. I usually make beet carrot juice and Dr. Oz's green juice in it. I have had zero problems, cinch to clean (I use a toothbrush for the strainer), juices quickly.
    The only negative would be that it costs LESS now than when I bought it! ...more info
  • Love it! Love it! Love it!
    This is my third juicer -- the first two were very cheap models with only about 140 watts of power. This 400 watt-er quickly and efficiently juices anything you put in it. I got it for a great price at Sams Club. The motor is quieter than my cheaper brands and far more powerful. The pulp is relatively dry and clean up is very easy. The only minor problem is that the juice streams out SO QUICKLY that it does splash out of the stainless steel cup that is provided -- but that's a minor inconvenience I can live with. I'd highly recommend this one....more info
  • very good juicer for the price
    i'm very happy with this juicer. it's handled all the fruits and veggies i've tried to juice. simple to operate, easy clean-up. gets the job done-very well, for a reasonable price. i would recommend this to a friend....more info
  • Great price and taste!
    Got this product on Amazon new for around $45.00 -

    I've very satisified with this purchase. This is my first juicer. I've used it for carrots and just about every other veggie, and it juices them well. The pulp comes out dry which basically means it's doing it's job well. The fruits and veggies taste delicious and the cleanup is easy. The juicer parts come out for easy for cleaning. It looks great on my countertop and I recommend this product to everyone.

    To make 2 full glasses of carrot juice it takes about 2.5 pounds of carrots... takes about 10 mins to make the juice and clean it all up. It's fun and easy.

    I rate this product a 5 of 5....more info
  • Great juicer
    I love this product. It's easy to clean and more over I like the design. I juice carrots and celery a lot. It's been over a month and I don't see any problems. But as many reviews mentioned that we need to clean the pulp container for juicing more than 32oz, I think it's the case for many juicers. Best juicer for the price. I paid 70$ excluding the 10$ rebate. ...more info
  • Get an older model...
    I really can't understand why usually newer products aren't as good as older ones.
    What's wrong with the older design of an aextractor that will eject the pulp to a removable container?

    Why do I have to open the unit and take it apart just to clear the pulp?

    Buttom line: If you plan to juice more than a few carrots for you morning juice - forget about this usit....more info

  • Easy to Use, Easy to Clean Up
    I purchased this product refurbished because I'm a first time owner of a juice extractor. I wanted to make sure it would be something I used before laying out a lot of $$. This juicer looks nice on the counter and because it is on the counter, it's used every day. The stainless steel doesn't get discolored by carrots or other fruits/veggie juices like plastic would. It's a snap to clean up, maybe three minutes...tops. The pulp isn't wasted either because it can be composted or even saved for other recipies that are going to be made that day (i.e. carrots and pineapple for a carrot cake.) ...more info
  • my first juicer, does the job in a snap
    The drawbacks are very very minor --

    the basket needs to be cleaned right away lest you not be able to get the mesh screen clean. a good kicthen brush will do once you've worn through the one that comes w/.

    the noise. it's a loud machine. but who cares? I mean, ok, show of hands, how many closet juicers do we have here? SEE! no one. And no worries.

    Clean up is a SNAP. I use mine every day for both fruits and vegetables. haven't made this good a buy in years!...more info
  • Satisfied Customer
    I was pleased with this juicer. It extracts alot of juice from the fruit. It is not difficult to clean. Clean it immediately after use for best results. It only takes a few minutes. It is alittle noisy but it works so quickly. The kids love to help. ...more info