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1. Juiceman II Elite 1/2 HP Dual
$59.99 $49.75 list($79.95)
2. Juiceman Jr. Automatic Juice Extractor
$89.99 list($229.99)
3. The Juiceman Electronic Professional
$99.99 $64.99 list($199.99)
4. Juiceman Smoothies
$46.95 list($99.99)
5. Juiceman Jr. Elite Pro JM211 Juice

1. Juiceman II Elite 1/2 HP Dual Speed W/Cutting Board & Cleaning Brush
list price: $169.99
our price: $120.10
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Asin: B0002J5FP4
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Juiceman
Sales Rank: 18362
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Features

  • Easy clean up - large, detached pulp basket.
  • 2 speed, 1/2 horse power motor
  • Patented built-in speed control for optimum juice extraction.
  • Large feed tube allows for faster juicing. Micro mesh screed design.
  • Automatic pulp extraction.

2. Juiceman Jr. Automatic Juice Extractor
list price: $79.95
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00005OTY9
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Juiceman
Sales Rank: 1989
Average Customer Review: 2.85 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

For the diehard health nut looking to vary fruit and vegetable intake or a family seeking the perfect orange juice to accompany Sunday brunch, the Juiceman Jr. automatic juice extractor provides an easy way to bring freshness to the table. This 410-watt household model supports frequent use and can hold its own with a .25 horsepower motor. Two-speed capability targets soft and hard foods respectively. Roughly cut fruits and vegetables to fit in the tube-like opening and evenly compress with accompanying pusher. An 18/10 stainless steel blade pulverizes the produce while a wire-mesh basket neatly separates pulp, seeds, and skin from liquid.

A large capacity pulp receptacle permits continuous juicing and can be lined with a plastic grocery bag for easy cleaning. Spraying is prevented with a protective plastic shield and washing is simplified with easily extractable parts. Safety features include a double interlock system to ensure lid is secure before juicing begins and an accompanying pusher to guide oversized produce while keeping fingers at a safe distance. At 11-1/2 by 13 by 6 inches this appliance won’t dominate your countertop and comes with a one-year warranty. Fresh juice recipes, nutritional information, and a menu planner are included. --Amy Arnold ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 11-1/2 by 13 by 6 inches (height by width by depth); 1-year warranty
  • Automatic fruit and vegetable juicer for frequent users and families
  • 18/10 stainless steel blade; wire-mesh basket to filter out pulp, seeds, and skin
  • Durable .25 horsepower motor; 2-speed capability to adjust for soft and hard produce
  • Fresh juice recipes, nutritional information, and menu planner included

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product for the money!
I've been using my Juiceman Jr. for about 3 years and I am quite pleased with its performance. I usually make one to two quarts of juice at a time using beets, carrots, apples, ginger cucumbers, parsley etc. I have to empty the basket once, sometimes twice. I agree with the writer who suggested saving softer stuff for last since it does tend to clog up the works. If you want to make juice for more than one or two people then this is not the juicer for you, but it serves the two of us quite satisfactorily. There are heavier-duty and much more expensive machines if you need to meet a heavier work load. But for those who just want to give juicing a try without breaking the bank, this is an excellent choice. As for cleanup, I do NOT recommend putting it in the dishwasher. It's quick and easy to wash by hand, although the basket does need a light scrubbing with a dishwashing brush or, as some folks suggested, a toothbrush. But hey, what do you expect? It's a metal mesh basket that grinds and separates the fiber from the juice. Buy a scrub brush and don't be so lazy! Just remember to line the debris bin with a plastic bag before juicing and cleanup will be a snap.

4-0 out of 5 stars A pretty good juicer in my experience!
I have owned my juiceman junior for about 10 years and have been very happy with it. Mine hasn't received much use in the last two years because another newer juiceman junior was available to me. At this point, the blades on mine are quite dull and I will probably upgrade to a larger more powerful juicer. This juicer is the first and only juicer I have owned, and thus it's possible that I'm simply not aware of how much better a juicer can be. That aside, the juiceman has served me well for making single servings of juice; multiple servings of juice would likely require pauses to empty the basket. Carrots juice very quickly; greens seem to juice a little slower; oranges and grapefruits (with the pith) also seem to take a little more time.

I have recommended the juiceman to others, and there has seemed to be some variance in quality between them. Two people I have recommended the juicer to have gotten the version with the white cover (as opposed to the clear one), and for some reason, they are much much louder. I can't definitively say that the cover is the reason, but the two clear-covered ones that I have used do not have this problem.

1-0 out of 5 stars messy with juicy produce
I was satisfied with the ease of use and 5-minute cleanup of the machine, but the juicier the fruit, the bigger the mess made around the juicer.
The dribble spout from the juicer splatters small amounts of juice and pulp. This can be stopped by placing a plastic lid on the juice receptacle and leaning it over the spout.
However, the bigger problem is the pulp ejection spout which causes a large mess when juicing something very wet like watermelon. I tried using a damp towel, but this was ineffective. I had a medium puddle of juice after processing 1/2 of a small melon.

Easy to clean and easy to assemble/take apart, but I would only recommend this if you don't plan on processing watermelon or other juicy produce.

5-0 out of 5 stars juiceman
I love the juiceman because it is a very way to make juice.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well enough for my needs...
I've had the Juiceman Jr. for almost 8 years now, and it's never failed or broken on me. While I don't use it every day any more (I did for almost a full year). I mostly juiced hard vegetables and fruits (carrots, apples, beets, melons) and the occasional leafy green. It's terrible at juicing greens and melons, but handles the other stuff marvelously. I've since replaced this juicer with a single-auger style that's better at doing wheatgrass, dandilion greens, and the like. It served me well, and I'd recommend it as a first juicer. ... Read more


3. The Juiceman Electronic Professional Series 410 Elite Edition
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B00004R93V
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Juiceman
Sales Rank: 22700
Average Customer Review: 3.34 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Whether you're into nutrition-laden wheatgrass tonics or really superb fresh orange juice, a juicer is a great way to go. Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet, and additive-free fresh juice is a convenient and quick alternative to eating all of them whole. This professional-quality Juiceman makes the process very quick for the serious juice enthusiast. A few simple twists attach and detach the juice bowl, blade basket, and cover to and from the base unit, which has a footprint comparable to the average blender. Produce cut to the appropriate size goes in the feed tube, then is gently pressed into the blade basket with a plunger. Juice pours out one spout and the pulp--including seeds and skin--shoots out into a separate pulp basket. It has two speed settings, low for softer produce such as oranges and apples and high for harder fruits and vegetables such as carrots and pineapples--in practice this unit is plenty powerful enough to almost instantly go through baby carrots at low speed. Enjoy the juice and use the pulp in recipes such as those for carrot cake. A basic cookbook and audiotape of juicing tips are included. --Dale Steinke ... Read more

Features

  • Two-speed control for soft or hard produce
  • Powerful 1/2-horsepower motor quickly juices most fruits and vegetables
  • Makes tasty, nutritious, and additive-free juice blends
  • Stainless-steel blade, basket with micro-mesh strainer screens out pulp
  • High-capacity pulp receptacle for continuous juicing

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars I'd never buy anything else
This juicer is a very high quality juicer at an extremely low price. I've used juicers that were $400 and more, and this one blows them all away, for several reasons.

The main reason I love this blender so much is the ease of cleaning it. It takes a mere minute or two to clean this sucker, when I've spent 5 minutes cleaning other juicers. The Juiceman II also juices basically any vegetable you throw at it, unlike other juicers. I've had no problem juicing the toughest of greens like kale, and even wheatgrass, which some say you need to buy a seperate juicer for. Hogwash! The Juiceman II does it just fine.

I'm on my second model, because the first one died after about 2 or 3 years of use. So it's pretty durable from my experience. The reason it died was I tried to juice a frozen banana, which is not recommended. Anyway, great model, and I'm glad I own one.

2-0 out of 5 stars An affordable juicer that is expensive
The Juiceman II juiced well as demonstrated in the informercial in its first year of use - easy to juice and clean. However, even though I didn't use the juicer regularly during the first year and would say I hardly used it in its first year, it was making too loud of noise and 'walked' on the tabletop in its 2nd/3rd year for safe operation. I probably used it less than 10 times, and I bought it for about [money] years ago...an expensive experiment.

Also, with each use, the pulp is transformed from moist to wet pulp. I stopped using the juicer because I was wasting produce and not getting much juice. In addition, no one mentioned that the shredder/filter basket needed to be replaced. Replacing the filter basket periodically is a hidden cost to the juicer in addition to the low juice yield.

Juice quality and yield are worth considering since juicing requires time, effort, and large quantities of produce, and all of them translate into - cost & money. For me, if I can't get at least 60% of nutrition from juicing, the juicing effort is futile because I am not getting enough nutritional benefits. Most online juicer distributors claim that high-speed continuous centrifugal juicers like Juiceman II produce lower quality juice that is oxidized due to greater surface exposure to oxygen and recommend buyers to consider slower masticating or twin-gear juicers for better juice quality. I have only come across one independent scientific study done on juicer and/or juice quality beyond copies of the same online advertising literature on vitamin and enzyme retention claims after several days of online research, so it's hard to know what type of juicer is an quality and cost-effective purchase. There is at least one scientific study that indicates that 'Peeling and juicing resulting in substantial losses of provitamin A, often surpassing those of heat treatment. The author also indicates that the stability of carotenoids differs in different foods, even if same storage or processing conditions are used, and that more studies need to be done on home vegetable/fruit processing.

The added maintenance cost of a cheaper juicer may afford me a more 'expensive' juicer that will provide me the health benefits, if any, that is comparable in cost in the long-term. I am willing to pay for a juicer that will give me the nutritional benefits and not one that will send my produce to the compost and that requires added maintenance costs. I am not going to fix my Juiceman II, and I am investigating the value of buying a vegetable/fruit extractor.

1-0 out of 5 stars Just say "NO"!
This product's design is defective. After one month of use, the juicebowl/basket blade on my Juiceman 410 became impossible to remove from the base (which is essential if you want to clean it). I called customer service and had a VERY difficult time getting a replacement. The rep first told me to run warm water through the juicebowl and apply "A LOT" of pressure, both of which I did to no avail. Her response was "Well, that's all I can really think of". I had to really press about the warranty before she agreed to authorize my return. PLEASE save yourself some agony and don't purchase this juicer!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away From This Piece of JUNK!
I bought this item as a Christmas gift, and the motor didn't last a week.
Don't let the price fool you. You get what you pay for, and what you get in this deal is a piece of JUNK.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware
I had high expectations from this unit being called "professional series"

I had a JR Juicer for a few years which did well. I use my juicer about 5 times a week. I bought this one a few months ago and it is now broken. The top three parts are removable by twisting two of the components -- the top clear plastic part has a small lid which secures it - this is what broke. The lower white plastic lip unscrews for removal and cleaning all the while juice drips on the motor part and penetrates around the screw making it very difficult to cleam -- try taking the whole engine part under the tap. ... Read more


4. Juiceman Smoothies
list price: $199.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005ULQT
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Juiceman
Sales Rank: 9940
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Exceptionally powerful (900 watts) and equipped with a variable infinite-speed control and pulse button, this big blender is similar to those found in professional smoothie shops. It blends, chops, purees, grinds, liquefies, emulsifies, whips, and crushes ice. It will make peanut butter, chop meat, create pancake batter, chop salsa, whip up a milkshake, emulsify a salad dressing, or quickly blend a thick smoothie--in seconds. The infinite-speed control buttons add or subtract 5 percent, and the LCD screen displays the speed and the elapsed time the blender has been performing the operation. The 64-ounce jar is made of rugged, impact-resistant polycarbonate and requires hand washing. To eliminate clutter, there's a cord-wrap under the base. A recipe booklet is included. The blender carries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 13-2/5 by 8-2/5 by 11 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 900-watts of power equals speed and thorough blending
  • Blends, chops, purees, grinds, liquefies, emulsifies, whips, and crushes ice
  • Variable infinite speed and pulse; LCD display of speed and elapsed time
  • Rugged, impact-resistant, 64-ounce polycarbonate jar; cord-wrap under base

Reviews (29)

1-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't last
This blender has great features and when you first buy it you'll think it's a super product. Unfortunately it doesn't hold up and getting replacement parts is a nightmare. In less than a year I've had to replace the blender container twice because the bearing wears out. This time I've been waiting for over 1 month for the backordered replacement to arrive and the factory says it could still be 4-5 more weeks! What good is the blender when it's grinding it's bearing parts into my smoothie???

1-0 out of 5 stars Starts out fine, breaks down quickly, again and again...
The list of features and some of the customer reviews sounded great so I picked one of these blenders up. What wasn't mentioned in any review that I read is that it may be the loudest appliance on earth. The first thing I noticed, is that gunk gets caught under the rubber seal on the lid when you're blending - making the clean-up process a pain. That problem went away though, when the rubber seal split and broke off the lid. Then the little center lid in the middle of the main lid started to crack and soon it had dropped off the little notches that hold it in place. Customer service at Salton sent me replacements for the seal and center lid and they both lasted about another week once they arrived. The biggest problem, though, was that the blender top itself started shedding its graphite lube and shooting little black chunks into the rotary area. Again, Salton sent me a new one, and again the problem repeated itself within weeks. Just last night, probably due to the graphite storm in the blade assembly, the motor siezed up and seems to have blown out the computer. The shower of sparks from beneath the motor was exciting, but not worth the pain this blender has wrought upon my kitchen. Oh, and I just passed my one-year warranty, so I'm out to shop for a new, non-Salton blender tonight. SAVE YOUR MONEY - DO NOT BUY THIS BLENDER. IT IS POORLY MADE ON EVERY LEVEL.

5-0 out of 5 stars FINALLY A GREAT PRODUCT FOR MY HEALTH PROBLEMS!
I've owned one of these machines for over a year now- and both Hubby and I use it frequently. I have a chronic health problem that touches nearly every aspect of my life- and this smoothie maker has made it much easier for me to be able to get the nutrients I need in a way my body can easily handle.

The fiber in regular raw fruit is often times too much for my system, while fruit juice doesn't provide the pulp/fiber I need to slow the absorption of the natural sugars (I have reactive hyperinsulinism, which means I must avoid a sudden intake of sugar of any kind)- The smoothie maker processes the raw fruit and berries so that I can enjoy the tast and nutrition without overtaxing my digestive system- which doesn't handle raw fruits or veggies or dairy very well at all.

A big part of the success I've seen with the smoothies is likely due to the increased soy milk I've started taking in, since I use this high protein liquid in place of dairy milk or ice in my smoothies. The protein is am important part of keeping the blood sugar regulated, but I had never enjoyed plain soy milk. Add a little piece of banana, a small scoop of frozen yogurt, and a variety of berries and I have a great breakfast to start my day- or a healthy treat for the kids (and adults) for any time!

This machine has NEVER given me any trouble at all. It is a rugged, generously proportioned machine that has exceeded my expectations in performance and the way it has helped me with my health problems. I bought it for smoothies and that is all we have used it for- we are very well pleased with this machine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not reliable.
I'm sending my 2nd one back, both quit working the first month I used them.

2-0 out of 5 stars motor burns out
I am now on my 3rd smoothie maker. They work great for a while and then the motor burns out. My first one lasted 11 months, the second one lasted 15 seconds! We'll see how long the 3rd one lasts. I use this mostly for smoothies during the hot summer and have lost about 6 weeks this summer while waiting for replacements in the mail! It's a good product otherwise, but I'd recommend buying something more reliable. ... Read more


5. Juiceman Jr. Elite Pro JM211 Juice Extractor
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00004R93U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Juiceman
Sales Rank: 13968
Average Customer Review: 3.92 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Whether you're into nutrition-laden wheatgrass tonics or really superb fresh orange juice, a juicer is a great way to go. Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet, and additive-free fresh juice is a convenient and quick alternative to eating all of them whole. This Juiceman Junior is best for the more casual juice enthusiast, but is still plenty powerful and quick. Two latches hold the juice bowl, blade basket, and cover on the base unit, which has a footprint comparable to the average blender. Produce cut to the appropriate size goes in the feed tube, then is gently pressed into the blade basket with a plunger. Juice pours out one spout, while the pulp--including seeds and skin--shoots out into a separate pulp basket. The low speed setting is for softer produce such as oranges and apples, while the high speed setting takes care of harder fruits and vegetables such as carrots and pineapples. Enjoy the juice and use the pulp in recipes such as those for carrot cake. A basic cookbook and audiotape of juicing tips are included. --Dale Steinke ... Read more

Features

  • Two-speed control for soft or hard produce
  • Peppy 1/4-horsepower motor quickly juices most fruits and vegetables
  • Makes tasty, nutritious, and additive-free juice blends
  • Stainless steel blade, basket with micro-mesh strainer to screen out pulp
  • Medium-capacity pulp receptacle for continuous juicing

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars shake, rattle & roll
Be aware that this juicer will really shake (will rise off counter) when juicing more dense veges like carrots, beets etc. It's a bit scary if you are not prepared for that. Yes, it is easy to use, easy to clean but after having this for a year (gift) I am going to move up to a move heavy duty (non shaking) juicer. Buy a juice combination book to get started. Fresh juice IS wonderful - even vegetable juice!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good way to start a healthy lifestyle
This product is easy to assemble and easy to use. It provides you with the nutrients fruits and vegetables have to offer in one easy glass of juice.

My only complaints are the clean up and the fact that you have to cut the fruits and vegetables in small pieces (small enough to hopefully fit into the juicer opening). Clean up is tedious. You really have to try and get all the pulp out of the parts while you disassemble it because if you're not careful, the pulp can clog up your kitchen sink.

Other than that, it's a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Need Parts
I dropped the Juiceman Jr. on the floor and a piece of the top broke off. I can't find any place that sells replacement parts.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not built to last...
If Amazon[.com] had a zero star rating, that's what I would give this product. I have had my machine for about three months and enjoyed it while it worked. I have meticulously maintained and cleaned it after each use. I recently detected a burning odor from the machine and it got really loud. I realized what was going on when I closely examined the parts. The blade basket is really cheap (gotta cut cost somewhere). The teeth on the blade that are used to grind and liquify eventually start to bend upward and actually start eating into the plastic food chute. Perhaps I just have a defective blade, but I doubt it since it worked fine when I got it. In any event, unbeknownst to me, I probably ingested small particles of plastic with my yummy fruit drink. Needless to say, I am extremely unhappy with this product. Perhaps they just want you to buy a new basket every three months. My advice, save your money and get one of the heavy duty machines, or you can find mine on ebay!...;-)

5-0 out of 5 stars The strong motor makes all difference
I've experienced several juicers over the past 10 years, and have come to realize that the motor represents its most vital part. Moreover, the 1/4 hp motor used in the Juiceman Jr. Elite Pro JM211 makes it a superior product that should last one for many years. I estimate that I've made over 500 gallons of juice with mine in its lifetime and the motor does not seem to be showing any signs of let down.

A few tips:
1) Always clean the basket with a brush so that fibers will not dry and clog the meshing.
2) Rinse with hot water daily and thoroughly clean weekly. Better to clean less frequently than to have another excuse for not making the juice!
3) Avoid things like cantaloupe rinds and parsley when the blade begins to dull. Although buying a new blade is usually not necessary, it will help to do so every year if you plan to juice things with tough fibers.
4) Always unplug the juicer before taking it apart for cleaning. ... Read more


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