A maker of small kitchen appliances, this company is Australian by birth. Established in 1932, the brand at some point in the future sold its European initiative to another company based out of UK. Hence, the brand itself operates under two identities, one for Europe and another for “Rest Of The World”. Best known for their quality juicers, coffee makers and bread toasters, this brand actually holds some interesting juicer stats but what makes it a trend setter is the brand’s propensity towards excellence.
Juicer Fountain Series is the trademark of Breville and unlike many other brands there are a few models available, each catering to a specific segment of the market, providing a definite set of features at a particular price bracket.
“Food For Thought” and “We’re Food Thinkers” – the taglines used by Breville aptly describes their thoroughness with blenders in particular with well thought out features and a compact yet ergonomic design.
Top-of-the-line 800JEXL from Breville comes with a sleek stainless steel outer casing and an equally impressive hardware on the inside. While it is a centrifugal juicer, it lacks the nutritional disadvantage by preserving nutrients usually found in masticating juicers. Quick, efficient, silent with a 3 inch large chute, this cute yet impressive Breville appliance is designed for longevity and a must-have in any modern kitchen.
Breville doesn’t make anything better or more expensive than the BJE820XL. Chrome on top of metal finishing, dual discs for varying use, ability to juice just about anything with ease, long warranty cover and simply easy to maintain. This juicer is a little pricey, but buyer’s definitely get what they pay for. We believe this is the dream juicer for folks who don’t mind paying a slight premium for superior quality and performance.
Deviating from the long line of centrifugal juicers Breville is best known for the BJS600XL Fountain Crush Masticating Slow Juicer is more capable in terms of yield and juice quality while costing less than competing masticating juicer brands. Compact in size and loaded with plenty of safety features, it is an ideal solution for folks new to the world of masticating juicers. Did we mention that it also has a detailed instruction booklet for novices?
Made for the quickies, the Breville BJE200XL does only what it is meant to do – juice! This juicer is the fastest we have come across and as long as you aren’t a stickler for nutrition, it will keep your juicing appetite satiated. One of its major advantages is the lack of foaming and the affordable nature does make it a decent acquisition. Just don’t expect it to match up to the 800JEXL or the 510XL in terms of efficiency or construction.
Affordable and yet packed with cutting edge features, the Breville BJE510XL doesn’t fail to impress from the moment you unwrap it. Heavy, sturdy and made from top quality stainless steel, its construction boasts of dependability and durability. While it isn’t adamant at squeezing the last drop of juice out, it is silent and easy to use. The long warranty also helps give it credibility as does the service Breville offers.
For budget conscious folks, the Breville JE98XL brings only a handful of features to the table but does enough to get our vote of confidence. Lots of juice, a decent pulp dryness and an easy juicer to maintain – what more can we ask from an affordable juicer? Once you try it out, you really won’t mind its lack of power or the single speed mode although veggie lovers might find its inability to tackle soft squishy vegetables a bit of a drag.