June 10, 2015

What To Look For In A Juicer

So you want to get into juicing? and you are wondering what to look for in a Juicer! Juicing is the best way to get the recommended amounts of fruit and vegetables into your diet. But purchasing a juicer can be difficult. How much should you spend? What kind of juicer are you looking for? Is there really a difference between masticating and centrifugal juicers? This article will explain everything you need to know about juicers in order to make an informed decision.

The prices of juicers can range from anywhere between just under $100 to just under $1,000 (and some can even cost more). We have two recommendations for you: first, never spend less than $100 on a juicer. It’s likely that you’ll get a low-quality juicer, and juicers are not the kind of item that you want to lowball on. It’s very likely that you’ll end up with a terrible juicer and have to buy a whole new one, thus costing you more money in the end than if you just bought a decent juicer from the start. Is there ever any reason to buy an expensive juicer, one around $1,000? Yes – depending on your needs. Some expensive juicers, such as the Super Angel Juice Extractor Machine, have special features that make them worth purchasing. As always, it all depends on what you’re looking for with a juicer. Are you going to be using the juicer ten or more times a day, such as in a restaurant setting, or are you just juicing for yourself once or twice a day? Some juicers are made for minor use such as a few times a week, while others are ready for the long-haul, fifty-uses or more daily for ten-plus years. These are the kinds of considerations you want to have in mind when purchasing a juicer. In certain cases it is legitimate to spend a thousand dollars or more for a high-quality juicer.

Also, are you going to be using primarily fruits and other bulky items or leafy greens such as kale, parsley, and spinach? This is a huge point to clarify before buying a juicer, since centrifugal juicers are better for the bulkier items, while masticating juicers work best with leafy greens. If you haven’t used a juicer before and don’t have anyone from whom to get advice, we’d recommend purchasing a little $100 juicer that will last you a few months. In this time, track your juicing habits. You’ll likely get a feel from using this juicer as to where you want to proceed next – which features worked, which didn’t? There’s nothing more personal than juicing, and ultimately no one can be the judge except you.

Always do some research into customer reviews for any juicer you’re thinking of buying. Is this juicer easy to clean? Many customers have been frustrated with juicers that take nearly half-an-hour to clean, so make sure you don’t end up in this mess. Does the juicer come with more than a 1-year warranty? Most problems associated with juicers occur afteryear one, so a 1-year warranty only helps if there is an initial problem with the machine, such as a bad motor.

When looking for a good juicer, just use your head. Stay calm, assess the situation, and consider your personal lifestyle. Look past all the bells and whistles. Juicing can save lives, and it just might save yours.

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