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Metrokane L-Press Citrus Juicer is crafted from hardened steel combined with lightweight cast aluminium, representing a quite new design, not seen in citrus or other juicers. Using the unique soft-touch handle that operates interlocking rack and pinion system that is capable of turning 540 degrees to generate astonishing 990 lbs of pressure, the sleek L-Press Citrus Juicer produces more juice with the least effort and outperforms all other manual juicers. Metrokane will effortlessly squeeze oranges, grapefruits, limes and lemons providing you with fresh and delicious citrus juice into 25-ounce stainless pouring pitcher. Easy to clean citrus juicer with price of $100. Metrokane.
Posted July 18, 2007 10:21 AM
L'Equip citrus juice maker was created with the one purpose, to provide you with best tasting, freshest citrus juice possible. This design juicer comes with computer-controlled induction motor that constantly monitors the speed of the reamer cone and automatically adjusts power as needed making a perfect glass of juice every time. Possibly the most uniquely looking citrus juice maker in the world is perfect for oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, clementines, lemons and limes. The parts of the juicer that are in contact with the fruits and juice, made from highest quality stainless steel. Easy to clean, 2-cup simultaneous
serve capability, auto Off/On system, very unique design and 12 year warranty are among other impressive features of this L'Equip juice maker. Price is $100. Previously, L'Equip VISOR - natural food processor.
Posted May 9, 2007 10:50 PM
The Healthy Kitchen juice extractor is created by Dr. Andrew Weil, renown medical doctor in the areas of aging, nutrition and alternative medicine. This juice extractor follows other fine Healthy Kitchen appliances with that performance and attention to details that can directly benefit your health. The extractor features 15% more juice extraction, with staggering, up to 82% increase for apples. Other attributes are 2 speeds with stainless steel blades, auto feed to extract additional juice a second time around, extra-wide feeding chute and auto pulp ejection. Safe and easy to clean, this juice extractor is priced for $300 at Bloomingdale. See more appliances for health cooking and eating.
Posted May 7, 2007 2:16 PM
The latest Krups juicer, the new professional ZX7000 juice maker is made of die-cast and brushed stainless steel. This Krups juicer has universal cone that lets you juice oranges, limes, lemons, and grapefruits, ergonomic handle, metal grid filters and removable drip tray. The pouring spout pours juice directly into glass and interrupts juice flow to prevent spillage. With all that, the juice maker looks sleek and high-tech, and dishwasher safe. Have a healthy glass of your favorite juice every morning with this professional Krups juicer. More Krups juicers.
Posted February 10, 2007 11:20 AM
The new Breville juicer brings the power of a commercial quality juice extractor and the simple operations of a home juicer together. Breville packs this juicer with the power to produce a fresh glass of juice in just a few seconds, using any of your favorite fruits and vegetables. This Breville juicer comes with the extra-wide feeding tube that allows for whole fruits and large vegetable pieces to be juiced with ease, minimizing the amount of chopping you will need to do before hand. The juicer powerful motor uses 1,000 watts of power and spins at 13,000 rpm which allows you to extract 30% more juice than traditional home models. Measuring 17"D x 8"W x 16"H, the Breville juicer is compact enough to fit into most kitchen configurations. The stainless steel pulp container and juice pitcher are not only sleek and stylish, but both dishwasher safe which makes for easy cleanup. Whether you are juicing crunchy vegetables or delicate fruits, this Breville juicer has the speed and power to make juicing a snap. It will cost you $300 USD.
Posted November 22, 2006 2:42 PM