Centrifugal Juicer Reviews

Quick, versatile and moderately efficient, a centrifugal juicer is also the most commonly available type of juicer in retail stores. They work by pushing fruits and veggies down a feed chute, pulverizing it using cutting blades spinning at high speeds against a metal strainer. The name centrifugal juicer comes from the force that is generated by the blade’s spinning motion, which separates juice from the pulp.

These juicers are quick, easy to use, inexpensive and helps cut down preparation time. However, they are not the best for processing grasses, herbs, sprouts, leafy greens since they yield less juice. Moreover, the high RPM destroys some of the beneficial enzymes, which causes foaming. Nevertheless, these juicers are quite popular as they provide homemakers a chance to enjoy fresh juice at anytime.


Majority of centrifugal juicers provide only two speeds. The low speed works well with greens and soft fruits while the high speed is meant for hard fruits. If you want more control over the juicing process then get a juicer with variable speed.

Centrifugal juicers can process an entire fruit at once provided it fits into the feed chute. High quality centrifugal juicers usually come with a feed chute of 5 inches in diameter. Basically, more the size of the feed chute, less will be the preparation time. However, you may need to use a pusher to get things flowing smoothly through the juicer.

Because of the high RPM operation, a centrifugal juicer is prone to making a lot of noise. While not the most important thing to consider, noise can be a major deciding factor, especially if you like juicing early in the morning when everyone is asleep.

Most centrifugal juicers are made entirely from plastic. It reduces the cost and maintains the durability but plastic detracts from longevity. The base must be die cast and heavy to avoid excess vibrations while the feed cute, other components must be durable hard plastic that can withstand shearing or bending forces. The best way to test this is to try and bend it by hand. If bending it is difficult then the juicer is designed to last.
Centrifugal juicers involve many moving components. The warranty may not cover everything such as the feed chute, pusher, blades or sieves. Before purchasing a centrifugal juicer do your research by contacting the company’s customer service about the warranty coverage and any special clauses under which warranty is void.

Reviews on some of the market’s BEST Centrifugal Juicers

Breville 800JEXL

Breville 800JEXL Review

badge-5Graced with a stainless steel exterior, the Breville 800JEXL is in a class of its own. Yes, it won’t preserve the nutritional value like a masticating juicer but it sure makes juicing easy. Graced with a wide 3 inch feed chute, super fast and silent operations, chic stainless steel exterior, there is a lot going in favor of this Breville masterpiece. This centrifugal juicer is designed to last really long and I definitely recommend it to all.

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Breville BJE820XL

Breville BJE820XL Review

badge-5When nothing but the best will suffice, the Breville BJE820XL is what you ideally want. With metal and chrome finishing, easy operations, dual discs to perform both juicing and straining – great to handle leafy veggies and hard fruits separately or together and awesome performance, the Breville BJE820XL is a juicer designed for the quality savvy consumer who don’t mind paying a bit more.

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Breville BJE200XL

Breville BJE200XL Review

badge-4-5Designed for an average user who isn’t a fanatic about preserving enzymes and getting the most out of their juicers, the Breville BJE200XL produces a decent yield, maintains a good level of nutrition and less foam than any other centrifugal juicer in its price range. This Breville isn’t as advanced or well constructed as the BJE510XL or the 800JEXL but it is still quite capable of delivering quality results.

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Breville BJE510XL

Breville BJE510XL Review

badge-4-3The moment you unravel the Breville BJE510XL, you know you are looking at a magnificent piece of juicing equipment. Made from stainless steel, heavy and sturdy, with quality construction, it performs like a pro. Don’t expect masticating juicer like results but you will be mildly surprised by the efficiency of this juicer. It is super silent and super easy to maintain too with a decent warranty cover.

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Breville JE98XL

Breville JE98XL Review

badge-4-3For those totally limited by their budget, the Breville JE98XL gives an impressive performance and dependable design to keep anyone happy. It produces a lot of juice, very dry pulp and is one of the easiest juicers to clean. Slightly under-powered with a single speed operation means that it won’t juice soft veggies that well. But don’t expect miracles with this juicer considering the price.

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Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro

Jack Lalanne Pro Review

badge-4-3Plenty of power, loads of potential – the Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro is ideal for an average household where quantity of juice matters more than pristine quality. Nevertheless, this juicer produces less froth and foam regardless of what you juice in it. Get reading on the manual, the moment you receive this juicer, it can really help maximize your return on investment.

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Jack LaLanne Express

Jack LaLanne Express Review

badge-4-3Among centrifugal juicers, the trend really is to pump out as much power and speed as possible but speed doesn’t cut it when it comes to yield and quality. This is why the Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Express comes with just 3,600 RPM and gradually works through your ingredient list to deliver the highest yield at the best quality. Did we mention that its under $100?

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Cuisinart CJE-1000

Cuisinart CJE-1000 Review

badge-4-2Mighty easy to clean and blessed with a super silent motor, the Cuisinart CJE-1000 has got a lot more umph factor than the closest Breville centrifugal juicer. Powered by a 1000 Watt motor that helps it achieve 5 different speeds, this juicer is great for soft, hard and medium consistency veggies and fruits. Besides it is an inexpensive alternative to Breville juicers.

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Jack Lalanne Deluxe

Jack Lalanne Deluxe Review

badge-4-2Do you want a juicer that is capable of juicing all ingredients and yet manages to produce the best quality and highest yield? If price is a problem for you then go for this centrifugal juicer. The Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Deluxe features basic stuff with dependability and a lifetime motor warranty, reducing any woes you may have of the motor giving out over time.

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Hamilton Beach 67601-A

Hamilton Beach 67601-A Review

badge-4-2The Hamilton Beach 67601-A juice extractor offers the perfect solution for fitness and health enthusiasts who wish to start a diet regimen. The juice extractor is efficient and extracts the last drop of juice from fruits, nuts; and leafy vegetables like broccoli and spinach, as well as wheatgrass, and ejects the pulp separately in the pulp-collector bin.

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Omega BMJ330

Omega BMJ330 Review

badge-4-0Cutting down on the preparation time, the Omega BMJ330 can handle an entire apple, gradually dragging it down through the wide feed chute and crushing the juice out through a centrifugal process. Uncommon for an Omega juicer to work with blades and discs, the BMJ330 nevertheless maintains the same quality of its previous devices.

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Hamilton Beach 67608

Hamilton Beach 67608 Review

badge-4-0A juicer at great price with great features isn’t a dream any more. The Hamilton Beach 67608 is a reality worth enjoying and it comes really dirt cheap! Accorded with 1.1HP strong motor, dishwasher proof removable parts, wide inlet to fit in whole ingredients and a really dry pulp output, this juicer is packed with features and simply outstanding.

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