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The 4 Best Juicers of 2022

We tested juicers from Kuvings, Breville, Omega, Hamilton Beach, and more to find the very best model for your kitchen
Best Juicers of 2022
The stylish Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite.
Credit: Jenna Ammerman
By Austin Palmer, Aaron Rice, and Genaveve Bradshaw  ⋅  Sep 6, 2022
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Since 2016, we've purchased over 20 of the best juicers on the market to test side-by-side. Our kitchen experts examined 15 of the top models available today for this update. We made juices from a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to judge overall juice quality and assessed each model's ability to juice soft produce like apples and oranges, hard produce like beets and carrots, and even difficult leafy greens. We also rated and scored user-friendliness and ease of cleaning. Our comprehensive review combines in-depth research and objective testing with real-world experience to help you identify the best juicer for your kitchen.

No matter what kind of ools you need for your health or cooking goals, we've seen and tested the best of the best appliances for your kitchen and home. From citrus juicers and the best blenders to hand blenders and the best portable blenders, we have all the details you need on the products you'll want for juicing and smoothies.

Editor's Note: This juicer article received an update on September 6th, 2022. We added three new juicers to the mix, providing a comprehensive look at the contemporary juicer market.

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Pros Cleaning accessories included, easy to set up, awesome leafy greens performance, large feeding chuteMakes phenomenal juice drinks, fantastic at juicing leafy greens, super easy to cleanLarge capacity pitcher, easy to clean, large feeding chuteEasy to clean, good hard produce yield, great juice qualityDecent general performance, simple user interface
Cons Occasionally jams with hard produce, many parts, expensiveSo-so at juicing hard produce, expensivePoor leafy greens performance, hard to remove pitcher lid, noisyExpensive, subpar juice yield with leafy greensDifficult to disassemble, time-consuming to clean, small feeding chute
Bottom Line This juicer delivered a stand-out performance on a variety of fruits and veggies and includes some awesome accessoriesIf you want the best masticating juicer on the market, this should be your go-toThis powerful machine is a great choice for those who want an efficient, large-capacity juicer that is easy to clean but are not focused on leafy greensThis sleek and stylish appliance delivers top-tier results but comes at a bit more of a premium priceThis difficult-to-use juicer is a poor masticator with a high price tag
Rating Categories Kuvings Whole Slow... Omega Nutrition Center Breville the Juice... Breville Juice Foun... Omega VSJ843QS Vert...
Juice Quality (25%)
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Specs Kuvings Whole Slow... Omega Nutrition Center Breville the Juice... Breville Juice Foun... Omega VSJ843QS Vert...
Model # C7000S J8006HDS BJE430SILUSC 800JEXL VSJ843QS
Type Masticating Masticating Centrifugal Centrifugal Masticating
Warranty 10 Year Limited 15 Year 1 Year Limited 1 Year 15 Year
Dimensions 9" x 8" x 17.5" 6.5" x 14.5" x 15.5" 9" x 14.5" x 17" 9" x 16.5" x 16" 7" × 8.5 " × 15.5 "
Reverse? Yes Yes No No Yes
Dishwasher Safe? Yes Yes Yes Yes, most parts Yes


Best Vertical Masticating Juicer


Kuvings Whole Slow C7000S


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OVERALL
SCORE
  • Juice Quality 7.0
  • Soft Produce 9.0
  • Hard Produce 6.0
  • Leafy Greens 10.0
  • Cleaning 7.0
Dishwasher Safe?: Yes | Type: Masticating
REASONS TO BUY
Great with leafy greens
Relatively easy to clean
Easy assembly
REASONS TO AVOID
Struggles with beets
Pricy

The Kuvings Whole Slow C7000S is an amazing masticating juicer that excels in rendering liquids from notoriously difficult ingredients such as kale, wheatgrass, and spinach. That is not to say the Kuvings doesn't do well with other ingredients. On the contrary, it tested well with soft produce as well. However, leafy greens require low RPMs and a high-quality masticator to render a large volume of quality juice, and the Kuvings hits the nail on the head in this regard. Additionally, this juicer is fairly easy to clean and set up — two statements that can't be said for much of the competition.

While the Kuvings does well with leafy greens, it had a bit of trouble with some of the firmer produce items that we tested it with, specifically beets. When we say it had some trouble, we mean that it didn't get top marks, but it was still above average in the assessment. The only other concerns about this device are that it has a lot of parts that can be a little frustrating to get set up, and it's among the most expensive machines in the class. That said, it's worth every penny if you want high-quality juice.

Read more: Kuvings Whole Slow C7000S review

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The Kuvings Whole Slow Elite is a leader in the class and it shows in each and every glass of delicious juice.
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Best Horizontal Masticating Juicer


Omega Nutrition Center


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  • Juice Quality 8.0
  • Soft Produce 7.0
  • Hard Produce 4.0
  • Leafy Greens 8.0
  • Cleaning 9.0
Dishwasher Safe?: Yes, most parts | Type: Masticating
REASONS TO BUY
Easily juices greens
Fantastic blended juice quality
Super easy to clean
REASONS TO AVOID
Lower hard produce juice yield
Expensive

Our favorite masticating juicer is, hands-down, the Omega Nutrition Center. This appliance is second-to-none for juicing leafy greens — even problematic produce that is typically more difficult to juice, such as spinach and wheatgrass. It also excels at juicing soft produce like apples and oranges, outputting well above average juice yields. It can make high-quality blended juice beverages with a velvety-smooth texture and phenomenal taste. The icing on the cake is that the Nutrition Center is supremely easy to clean, saving both time and energy on the back end.

The one caveat is that the Nutrition Center isn't an all-star at juicing hard produce. Many slow juicers struggle with this, but this masticating model struggled more than the others we tested. It tends to generate significantly less juice than average, particularly with vegetables like sweet potatoes and beets. This machine is also one of the most expensive in this review and may exceed many people's budgets. But in this case, price compliments performance, and this is a quality product built to last.

Read more: Omega Nutrition Center review

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The Nutrition Center did exceptionally well at making various blended juice beverages.
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Best Bang for Your Buck


Hamilton Beach Big Mouth


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  • Juice Quality 6.0
  • Soft Produce 5.0
  • Hard Produce 5.0
  • Leafy Greens 5.0
  • Cleaning 6.0
Dishwasher Safe?: Yes, most parts | Type: Centrifugal
REASONS TO BUY
Good juice quality
Easy to clean
Inexpensive
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Lower juice yields
Quick separation

Do you have sticker shock from the price tags attached to some of the top models in this review? The Hamilton Beach Big Mouth retails for a fraction of the price of many other products yet can still produce above-average juices. Across our entire series of tests, this price point model delivered impressive results. It yields an average amount of juice from both soft and hard produce and is even capable of effectively juicing leafy greens — an uncommon feat for most centrifugal models. Best of all, this juicer makes reasonably tasty juice cocktails and is quite easy to clean.

While it may not feature the handsome stainless steel construction of some other top models, this is a durable model that is still likely to stand up to everyday juicing. As a centrifugal model, it can introduce quite a bit of pulp to your drink, which means that juices tend to separate quickly and are best enjoyed fresh rather than stored for later. Although this machine doesn't offer the most impressive juice yields, it does produce a high-quality glass of juice, particularly considering its price point. The Big Mouth is perfect for anyone shopping on a tight budget — but for those able to spend a bit more, the Premium version is well worth the small additional expense.

Read more: Hamilton Beach Big Mouth review

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The Hamilton Beach 67601A Big Mouth is a good bargain option.
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Best Centrifugal Juicer


Breville the Juice Fountain Cold


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  • Juice Quality 7.0
  • Soft Produce 8.0
  • Hard Produce 7.0
  • Leafy Greens 4.0
  • Cleaning 8.0
Dishwasher Safe?: Yes | Type: Centrifugal
REASONS TO BUY
Large pitcher
Easy cleaning
Wide feeding chute
REASONS TO AVOID
Low leafy green yields
Poorly fit lid

The Breville Juice Fountain Cold is a top-shelf centrifugal juicer that rips through the toughest of ingredients, such as beets, carrots, and apples, with gusto. While some high-performance juicers cost an arm and a leg, this one is much more affordable. We like that the juice cup is a pitcher with a lid because it can handle high volumes of liquid and be stored conveniently in the fridge. We also appreciated that the Breville has a wide feeding chute resulting in less food prep and faster rendering times. Finally, the various parts that comprise the juicer are fairly easy to clean.

Whereas the Breville's high RPM centrifugal juicing mechanism distinguishes itself with firmer produce, the trade-off is that it does not do well with high volume, low-mass items like wheatgrass and kale. To be clear, the juice that the Breville renders from these leafy veggies is quite good; it just comes at low volumes compared to the leading masticating machines. Our main critique of the Breville has to do with its juice cup's lid — it is very hard to remove once in place. That said, we like the large pitcher/lid set-up.

Read more: Breville Juice Fountain Cold review

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The Breville Juice Fountain Cold is big but it has a lot to offer not least of all is its pitcher-sized juice cup.
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Compare Products

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Score Product Price
78
Kuvings Whole Slow C7000S
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$450
Editors' Choice Award
72
Omega Nutrition Center
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$370
Editors' Choice Award
68
Breville the Juice Fountain Cold
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$200
Top Pick Award
66
Breville Juice Fountain Elite
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$300
62
Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Square
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$480
59
Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Premium
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$120
58
Hurom Slow Juicer
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$439
54
Mueller Ultra-Juicer
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$70
54
Hamilton Beach Big Mouth
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$78
Best Buy Award
52
Cuisinart Juice Extractor
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$180
51
NutriBullet 800W Juicer
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$110
48
Tribest Slowstar Vertical
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$400

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Most masticating juicers, like the Omega Nutrition Center, struggle a little with harder fruits and veggies.
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Why You Should Trust Us


Before getting down to the job of juicing, our team performs its due diligence of market research, spending dozens — if not hundreds — of combined hours investigating new technologies and comparing and contrasting the most popular products available. To ensure full objectivity, we purchase all products we test at retail cost. Our team of experts then design numerically-based tests, so we can rank these products relative to one another. We conduct close to 60 different tests and assessments to evaluate the performance of every model and update the review whenever a promising new product is released. These components make up the overall score and are weighted based on how they influence the juicing experience.

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Many of these tests require us to use these juicers in our kitchens, providing real-world experience that helps us relate on a personal level. An extended testing period allows us significant time to get acquainted with each product — our reviewers make dozens of drinks with every model, processing lots of produce to better understand the pros and cons of each product. The highest weighted metric is juice quality (25% of the total), broken down into 16 individual tests for three different juice product blends. Our juicing test products include more than 13 different commonly juiced fruits and vegetables across metrics!

We rated these products across 5 metrics:
  • Overall Juice Quality tests (25% of total weighted score)
  • Soft Produce Juicing tests (20% of weighting)
  • Hard Produce Juicing tests (20% weighting)
  • Leafy Greens Juicing tests (20% weighting)
  • Cleaning tests (15% weighting)

Research Analyst Austin Palmer and Senior Review Editor David Wise have reviewed and tested hundreds of different kitchen appliances and tech products between the two of them, and collectively spent more than 150 hours researching, testing, and reviewing these products. Another one of our kitchen experts, Genaveve Bradshaw lends her culinary knowledge, as well as her research and review skills, to round out our team.

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The Hurom Slow Juicer is a stylish, vertical slow juicer, but unfortunately doesn't offer performance befitting of its price tag.
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Analysis and Test Results


Our team developed a set of comprehensive metrics to directly rate and compare these products side-by-side. While all the metrics are related, they are designed to be mutually exclusive to better examine each product's particular strengths and weaknesses, so you can make an informed buying decision for your needs and budget.

Full-Size or Citrus-Only?


If you are mainly interested in juicing limes, lemons, grapefruits, or oranges, you may want to consider a citrus juicer rather than a full-size masticating or centrifugal model. Although a citrus-only model will have fewer features than a full-size kitchen appliance, these little appliances cost significantly less and will occupy a fraction of your precious countertop space.

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Citrus juicers are specifically designed to maximize your yields from citrus fruits, but will not be as versatile as a full-size appliance.
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Value


Juicers are a specialty item, and compared to other kitchen appliances, we find that the top-performing products in this category generally tend to run on the pricey side. Many of the top models available to most home consumers can cost hundreds of dollars — and that's not even considering professional-grade options.

However, if you are shopping for a better deal, then the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth is the best value option, as is the Mueller Ultra-Juicer. Even though these models struggle with some of the more difficult juicing tasks, they cost a fraction of premium models, making them a great middle-of-the-road option if you are trying to balance performance and price. The Breville Juice Fountain costs a little more, but its overall performance is also quite a bit better. If you have a little extra cash to spend but still don't want to break the bank, the Juice Fountain is a fantastic option.

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The Mueller Ultra-Juicer is a great option if you are shopping on a budget for a middle-of-the-road product.
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Juice Quality


Many of us look to making juice at home because we recognize that the economics of buying fresh bottled juices is simply not sustainable. While these products may not afford the same professional-grade results, at-home models will still produce a high-quality glass of juice. We use three different juice cocktails to rank and score the differences in the performance of each product. These three recipes combine various fruits and vegetables — up to six different types of produce in one juice blend — and thus offer a broad spectrum of juices to better gauge aspects of overall juice quality.


We use a panel of testers to taste and score each drink and ask them to comment on things like taste, texture, thickness, temperature, and any other characteristics that they feel contribute to or detract from overall juice quality. The Cuisinart Juice Extractor and Omega Nutrition Center delivered excellent results across the board, earning them top marks in this metric. Juice blends from the Cuisinart have a smooth texture with little foam and a consistency that allows individual flavors to shine through. This is particularly of interest because while the Omega Nutrition Center is our favorite overall, the Cuisinart Juice Extractor falls at the bottom of the barrel. It just goes to show that even some of the lowest-scoring products in this review are still capable of creating delicious juices!

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The Cuisinart Juice Extractor did really well with mixed juices but fell short in other areas.
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The Omega Nutrition Center is particularly versatile because of its ability to effectively juice different types of produce. Our judges all agreed that this appliance makes excellent juice cocktails that are smooth and incredibly rich in flavor, with little to no pulp. The blends from this model are denser, topped with small amounts of foam, are properly saturated, and don't easily separate — all characteristics of an ideal juice.

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For green juice, we used the "RAO" recipe, which combines romaine lettuce, apples and oranges. Green juices tend to separate quickly, so this is a good test for blended quality.
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All Breville models, the Breville Juice Fountain Cold and the more expensive Breville Juice Fountain Elite, produce high-quality juices for centrifugal models. While the Elite tends to blend produce into a smoother cocktail, the juices are not nearly as flavorful as the base model. In general, both models offer juices with a smooth, creamy texture and minimal pulp.

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The Breville the Juice Fountain Cold is one of our favorite centrifugal models.
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Soft Produce Juicing


Although everything ultimately comes down to overall juice quality, each type of produce you include in your juice blends can affect the outcome of the finished product. We consider soft produce to be anything with a high water content — for our tests, we used a variety of fruits and vegetables, including apples, oranges, cucumbers, and celery. Our main concern with the individual types of produce was juice yield; how much produce do you need to process to get a reasonable amount of juice. But we also examined the amount of pulp, the rate of separation, appropriateness of color, and amount of foam. All of these factors relate directly back to juice quality.


The Kuvings Whole Slow Elite C7000S and Breville Juice Fountain Cold both deliver excellent soft produce yields, with Kuvings edging slightly ahead. In general, centrifugal models like Breville tend to process soft produce better than masticating models. So, these results make the Kuvings all the more outstanding as a versatile slow juicer — this particular model excels in celery and orange juice yields.

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The Omega is one of the best at juicing all sorts of different produce.
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When it comes to fresh apples, the Mooka Slow Masticating Juicer is quite efficient, producing some of the highest yields of any model in this review. However, the Omega Nutrition Center is among the best models for juicing oranges — it produces high yields of juice with perfectly minimal pulp and no foam. However, this model does particularly poorly in the hard produce realm, so it likely isn't worth the expense for a citrus-specific juicer.

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The Mooka B5100 is a good value for a masticating model, offering middle-of-the-road performance at a price point significantly less than other slow juicers.
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Even though the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth can produce high yields from soft produce items, the results tended to be moderately pulpy and foamy, which caused the juice to separate quickly compared to other options. Similarly, the juice from the otherwise high-performing Breville Juice Fountain tends to separate rapidly. The more expensive Breville Juice Fountain Elite may produce a bit more foam than comparable models, but it has significantly less pulp, thanks to a highly efficient filter. This results in a rather impressive shelf-life for juice from a centrifugal model.

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The Big Mouth Premium is a cost-effective centrifugal model that is guaranteed to save you time and energy if you're juicing a variety of fruits and veggies.
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Hard Produce Juicing


Hard produce like carrots, beets, and sweet potatoes can be a true test of power and durability. Even broken up, these harder types of produce can batter a juicing chamber from the inside, putting the quality of components to the test. Only models with strong motors can provide the power necessary to efficiently and effectively juice this type of produce. These more fibrous vegetables can stress the limits of filters and pulp containers. Again, we grade each appliance on the overall juice yield and the key aspects of juice quality. Some of these products struggled in these assessments, resulting in a much larger spread of scores.


The Breville Juice Fountain Elite had a great performance in this metric. Though lower juice yields overall — consider that this "elite" model costs quite a bit.

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The Juice Fountain Elite produced some of this highest quality beet juice, with the least amount of foam or pulp.
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Competitive with the Breville products is the more price-point-friendly centrifugal Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Premium. This juicer has an 850-watt motor and is worth the extra expense over the standard model if you plan to juice hard produce regularly. This model excels at processing carrots but does well with beets and sweet potatoes as well.

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Fast-working centrifugal models are particularly good at juicing hard produce, like carrots.
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The biggest downside to these inexpensive centrifugal models is that they are often overwhelmed by the pulp of fibrous veggies, resulting in thicker juices with mild to moderate amounts of pulp. Despite the question of pulp, we recommend a centrifugal rather than a masticating model if you plan on making beet and carrot juice.

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The Omega Nutrition Center yielded about 15 mL less carrot juice than the group average.
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The Kuvings Whole Slow Elite does alright overall with hard produce when looking at the individual produce score. However, it struggled mightily with beets, and this is what brought down its overall score in this metric. On the other hand, the Omega Nutrition Center delivered poor results in all three hard produce categories, illustrating that the masticators have to be carefully vetted to justify their high cost.

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The powerful 850W motor on the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Premium processes hard produce, like beets, with ease.
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Leafy Greens Juicing


Next, we looked at what may be considered the most difficult task: juicing leafy greens. Many models are simply incapable of extracting juice from this type of produce. As a result, this metric also includes a wide range of scores, with some appliances handling herbage with ease while others severely struggle. Just like the tests for juicing hard and soft produce, we conducted a trio of tests with each product — using spinach, kale, and wheatgrass to gauge performance — scoring their yields as well as juice quality.


Outperforming the other products by a substantial margin, the Kuvings Whole Slow Elite claims the top spot for juicing leafy greens, thus securing its crown as the most versatile option in this review. Not only does this masticating model yield more juice from spinach and kale than any other model we tested, but it is also one of the few actually capable of juicing wheatgrass. The only other products to manage the wheatgrass feat are the Omega J8006 Nutrition Center and Omega Nutrition Center. Unfortunately, the Omega J8006HDS fell off in the kale test rendering it uncompetitive in the metric. However, the dark horse Hurom Slow Juicer made a strong showing, successfully juicing all three types of greens, albeit with significantly more foam.

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The Kuvings is far and away the best leafy greens juicer that we have tested to date.
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While juicing leafy greens is certainly a specialty of masticating models, not all are effective — or efficient — at doing so. This is the one standout metric for the otherwise overpriced Tribest Slowstar Vertical. Although it cannot juice wheatgrass, it does produce high yields from other leafy veggies, albeit with a fair amount of foam.

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Leafy greens are notoriously difficult to extract juice from... but the Aicok Slow Masticating Juicer is particularly good at this task, and presents a fantastic value for a slow juicer.
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Centrifugal models tend to struggle in this department — often gnashing greens into a pulpy, frothy mess instead of squeezing out the juice. Given the reputation of centrifugal devices, we were impressed with the average yields from the affordable Hamilton Beach Big Mouth. While it did not do great with kale and spinach, it competes with mastication models where wheatgrass is concerned.

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The Hamilton Beach did surprisingly well at juicing wheatgrass, almost matching the performance of the Omega.
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Cleaning


As we have expressed before, everything that gets cooked — or in this case, juiced — must eventually be cleaned. Particularly when it comes to these machines, the process of disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly can be time-consuming and, in some cases, quite annoying. We made a lot of juice over our testing period and therefore spent a lot of time cleaning these machines. Our experience helps us evaluate the effort it takes to clean the individual components and the effectiveness of the cleaning tool (if one is even included.) As you may imagine, we award bonus points to those dishwasher-safe products.


The Omega Nutrition Center and NutriBullet 800W Juicer have components that are dishwasher friendly. The Omega, in particular, is also easy to hand wash. Both the NutriBullet and the Omega include effective cleaning brushes, and they break down in a way that is intuitive enough to make putting it all back together easy.

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You can't use a dishwasher to clean all the various parts of the Omega Nutrition Center, but it is so easy to clean by hand that you won't even want to.
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Most of these products, except the NutriBullet and Omega have filters that are easy to clean as long as you get to them right away and don't allow the pulp to dry in place.

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The Mueller Ultra-Juicer is one of the models that includes a specially designed cleaning brush, which certainly makes cleaning it much easier.
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Sever other juicers come in behind the NutriBullet and Omega for their cleaning ease. Namely, these are the Breville models as well as the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Premium. All of these models are dishwasher safe and come with reliable cleaning tools to access their various components. However, it is the simplicity of the NutriBullet that makes it by far the most straightforward model to clean.

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Even though the parts are dishwasher safe, rounded corners on the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Premium also make them particularly easy to wash by hand.
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This model combines the juice centrifuge and pulp container into a single unit, making for an easy transfer to the sink without spilling and an even more simplified cleaning process. The Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Premium includes a brush specially designed to fit the filter, making this model easier to handwash than others.

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Over the years we have made a lot of juices, from a variety of fruits and vegetables, to bring you the most comprehensive review of juicers on the market.
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Conclusion


Whether you are a juicing enthusiast looking for a top-tier machine, or a new user seeking a bargain model to try out juicing for the first time, the above review covers a wide variety of products to suit every need and budget. This comprehensive look at juicers covers many of the best juicers on the market and will help as a guide so that you feel more empowered in your purchase decision. There are a variety of models and price points, but there is certainly an option here that will fit perfectly in your kitchen. Happy juicing!

Austin Palmer, Aaron Rice, and Genaveve Bradshaw


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