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Champion juicer - masticating juicers

The Champion juicer operates on the mastication process, thoroughly chewing the fibers and breaking up the cells of vegetables and fruits, and thus, giving you more fibre, enzymes, vitamins, and trace minerals. As more value is extracted from fruits or vegetables, more color pigments are also extracted. This is why Champion prepared juice is darker and richer in color, when compared to that of a conventional centrifugal type juicer. Whatever the Champion juicer produced juice is, whether it is carrot juice, mixed vegetable juice or straight chlorophyll juice such as parsley juice or turnip leaf juice, it will be dark, whereas the champion extracted pulp is quite pale in color.


The Champion juicer household model, the G5-NG-853-S is powered by a industrial strength, heavy duty electric motor. A full 1/3-horsepower General Electric motor with stainless steel motor shaft, front and rear ball bearings for smoother running and cooler operation gives a high starting torque, delivering plenty of power for an improved masticating process, that chews the fibers to break loose high volumes of cells saturated with important healthy values. A floating cutter effectively separates the juice from the pulp in one quiet, continuous operation. A large, 1.75" diameter feeding chamber reduces preparation time by eliminating the need to cut vegetables into smaller pieces. In addition to fresh juices, these Champion juicers can also make fruit sauces, baby foods, nut butters, ice cream, sherbets and fruit smoothies. Changing just one part instantaneously transforms this juicer into a homogenizer. A grain mill attachment extends your healthier eating choices to include grains and flours.

Easy to assemble, use and clean, these masticating juicers are made from long-lasting stainless steel to resist both wear and food odor. A stainless steel shaft is complemented by the tempered stainless steel blades, cast directly into the cutter for added strength. This way, the blades will never separate, twist, tarnish or rust. Designed to produce the best and most nutritious juices, the masticating Champion juicer is available in white, black, silver and almond. The price is $250.

Posted January 10, 2008 3:52 PM

Amadana electric citrus juicer - electric citrus juicers


Amadana electric citrus juicer allows for easy extraction of nutritious citrus juices in style. Just slice an orange or your other favorite citrus fruit in half and set it to the protrusion cone. The electric powered citrus juicer then extracts your juice with the minimal effort. The reverse turn function rotates the other way around to extract maximum amount of juice. Each time you set the fruit to the cone of the Amadana electric citrus juicer, you will not miss a single drop of juice. The clean and compact design takes little space, so you can get your citrus juice anywhere you need it. The electric juicer comes with a transparent container so the amount of extracted citrus juice can be seen at a glance. The price is ¥8,400 or $75 USD. Previously, automatic citrus juicer, and Breville citrus press.


Posted December 30, 2007 12:36 AM

Alessi electric juice squeezer


Designed by Stefano Giovannoni and made of mirror polished stainless steel and thermoplastic resin, this Alessi electric juice squeezer retails for $150. See more Alessi products.

Posted December 2, 2007 9:58 AM

Die-cast citrus press - active arm Breville juicer


The die-cast Breville citrus press, 800CPXL is the world first active-arm citrus juicer featuring patented Quadra-Fin juicing cone with four strategically positioned multi-level fins. This Breville juicer easily squeezes every last drop of juice from any size citrus fruit. The durable, corrosion resistant die-cast stainless steel cone and metal body guarantee the lifetime of juicing. It is also quite safe with a patented dual switch, which doesn't allow the cone to spin until both, the arm is lowered and sufficient pressure is applied to the top of the cone. Technologically, this citrus press is very sound, featuring built-in sensors to monitor the arm position and safely activate the spinning cone, stainless steel juice spout which can be flipped upward to prevent dripping and built-in rubber seal. You can also choose from finely or coarsely pored basket to filter pulp to your individual taste. The high grade stainless steel baskets are dishwasher safe. The price for this Breville citrus press is $170 USD.

Posted November 15, 2007 5:08 PM

Sunbeam juice extractors


Australians appreciate a glass of cold, refreshing juice in a midst of their normally hot weather. The Sunbeam juice extractors are designed to produce the best juice quality with a styling and performance worthy of a commercial juice bar or modern kitchen. These high-grade and elegantly designed extractors feature brushed die-cast aluminum and stainless steel bases and provide a stunning visual impact, adding a sense of value uncommon in domestic appliances. Extra large 75mm diameter feed chute takes whole fruit and vegetables, reducing the amount of preparation. Because the chute is off-centre, these juice extractors take advantage of the fastest parts of the blade. The powerful motor with sealed ball bearings and power of up to 1250 watt, has speed of only 7,600 rpm on high, reducing noise and producing minimal aeration while maintaining a high juice yield. Heavy duty twins blades are centrifugally balanced. Stainless steel photo etched mesh, 3 litre pulp collection container. The extractors are dishwasher safe. A patented chute lever prevents small fruits from spinning wildly in the chute and holds large fruit off the blade until the plunger pushes them. For safety, the juicer series is fitted with a four-second brake on the motor that prevents the unit from functioning until the arms are locked down. The prices start from $180 AUD. Sunbeam.


Posted August 29, 2007 8:29 AM

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