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Comparison Guide for Juicers
Which is Best... Fast or Slow Juicers?
Centrifugal juicers shred ingredients with a serrated disk and extract juice by spinning the processed food at a high speed (3,000-12,000 RPM) that forces the juice out through the juicer's screen/strainer.
High speed juicers can handle larger pieces of produce than slow juicers can, which means less chopping is required before running your ingredients through the juicer. As its name implies, high speed juicers process ingredients quickly, which means you can make a lot of fresh juice in no time!
Leafy greens and berries can't be juiced very well with centrifugal juicers, and nearly the whole food will go into the pulp container, instead of producing the juice you want.
Slow juicers break down plant fibers more thoroughly than centrifugal juicers can, so more of the phytonutrients, vitamins, and enzymes are extracted, resulting in a more nutritious juice.
Masticating juicers can press anything from hard vegetables and fruits to soft berries, leafy greens, cruciferous plants, and soaked nuts and soybeans!
Weighing the Options
Juicer Features Table
The table below lets you compare the features and key specs of our variety of juicers, and more details are available on individual product pages. If you have questions not answered here or would just like to discuss your particular needs, our knowledgeable customer service representatives would love to talk with you.
You can see all of our juicers here (link opens in new window)
|Juicer||RPM||Feed Chute||Juices Leafy Greens||Juices Nuts & Soybeans||Frozen Feature||Strainers||Watts||Housing Material||Weight (lbs)|
|Hurom H-AA||43||1.75" x 1.25"||Yes||Yes||Yes||Coarse, Fine, Ice Cream||150||ABS||8.8 x 7.8 x 16||10.75|
|Hurom HH||43||1.75" x 1.25"||Yes||Yes||—||Coarse, Fine||150||ABS||6.7 x 9.8 x 15.6||13.75|
|Hurom HP||43||1.75" x 1.25"||—||Yes||—||Fine||150||ABS||7.6 x 6.9 x 15.5||9.5|
|Cuisinart CJE-1000||5,000 to 10,200||3"||Yes||Yes||Yes||Fine||1000||Die-cast||15 x 9 x 16.4||15|