|Professional juice extractor automatically adjusts to juicing load, maximizing juice extraction 2-speed electronic control; extra-large feed chute for juicing whole fruit and vegetables 850-watts of power; juices an 8-ounce glass of juice in 5 seconds All parts dishwasher safe except for motor Includes: 1-liter juice jug One 2-1/5-liter pulp container Patented micro-mesh filter; Manufacture's one-year warranty|
|Pulp Ejection||With Pulp Ejection|
|Motor Power||850 Watts|
Average review score based on 26 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Breville offers food prep items for the home targeted at niche buyers. Juicers are front and center such an item, and this one is iconic. You will see a virtual family resemblance to the Jack LaLanne Power Juicer and in the case of the JE95 you get the added two-speed, 850 watt profile, besting the Power Juicer on both counts. Do try and get the owner's manual as the advantages of two speeds become apparent and such niceties as a recipe for gazpacho make juicing as much fun as it is a religious organic experience. This unit is rather sizable and swallows some fruit whole. There's no splatter with the pulp collector although the primitive spout and gravity feed chute can make for a dribbling experience...but the juicing experience is the thing and this machine delivers. It's a different experience fro the Champion masticating action, but all the bits, especially small fruit and berries, are processed to a full juice. It's a matter of aesthetics, because the nutrients and flavors are good in both designs.
I have done a lot of research on juicing machines and found two that stood out. One was the Hamilton Beach Wide Mouth Juicer and the other was the Breville Juice Fountain. After reading many reviews, I chose the Breville as it seemed to be a little more powerful and quiter that the Hamilton Beach. I was so happy when I found a Breville on eBay at such a great price ($70.00) for a factory refurbished, that I bought it. I am thrilled with it and wish I had bought one years ago. In the short time I've been juicing, I've found that it's better to buy the fruits and veggies you like to eat. Mix them together and you'll have a great tasting, healthy juice. The Breville will give you a good 12 to 14 fl oz of juice per 6-8 different fruits and veggies. A few more will be needed if you're juicing berries. I wasn't expecting to feel so full after drinking the juice so this was a nice extra benefit for me as I'm trying to lose a little weight. I would advise anyone who is looking to buy a juicer, to keep these points in mind. First, expect to have to wash quite a few components. I usually fill my sink with hot soapy water first so that after juicing I can immediately put the dirty components right into the water for easy cleaning. It takes about 5-7 minutes to clean everything. Second, be sure to place a plastic bag in the pulp collector recepticle. This will eliminate the need to clean that too, as you can just remove the bag containing the pulp and throw it away. Third, the juicer is larger than I expected and bulky, so make sure you have room to store it between juicing. If you have a large kitchen with lots of counter space, you will be fine. The last tip I can give you is to prepare your fruits and veggies first, that way you have everything prepared and right at your fingertips. I am very happy with the quality and construction of my Breville. It seems to be able to juice just about anything (not wheat grass though) and has a powerful motor. There's a lot of waste when juicing, but the quality of the juice is worth it. I hope this is helpful to anyone who is considering buying a juicer. Enjoy!
I decided to buy the Breville JE95 850 Watts Juicer,after reviewing what others
had said about this particular juicer on Ebay and also on other sites,which
compared it to other juicers in many different areas. So far,what I love the
most about it that it seems to have enough power to handle all the fruits and
vegetables I've juiced so far! The juice comes out consistently tasty,except
for some combinations of fruits or vegetables that didn't seem to be compatible,
as far as "taste",but that wasn't the juicer's fault. I also like the fact that
the motor is not too noisy and I also like the fact that the entire juicer is
not too hard to clean! What I like the least about it is the fact that it
doesn't seem to get very much juice out of some things like spinach or smaller
type leafy vegetables,which don't have the thickness of some other fruits like
pineapple,for instance. That is because it is a centrifugal type juicer. I
just have to learn the trick of getting to everything to "juice" equally well.
We have had the Breville JE95 850 Watts Juicer for about a month and used it multiple times. I originally bought the product for my daughter GI distress which wasn't going away and she was reluctant (embarrassed) to see a doctor. My acupuncturist had recommended juicing before but I wasn't motivated. Anyway, I bought this juicer, after hearing of maintenance nightmares from people, and have been extremely pleased. It is fairly easy to clean (there are a lot of parts like all juicers) but it disassembles and reassembles easily and all the parts clean up quickly. It make great juice (although mine came without a recipe book which would have been nice) and my daughters tummy problems are indeed resolved. It is super fast and makes delicious juices.
This is our first juicer and we love this. No problems juicing anything. We are using it with Dr. Oz's green juice which requires: apples (we do them whole), spinach (I do this on low in the middle of juicing all other items on high - just a swith of the button and we're ready to extract more juice from the leafy greens), ginger, a head of celery, cucumbers, etc. Performs perfectly on all items.
I would highly recommend this. The stainless steel juicing area requires a bit of attention after use, but with the brush provided it is a breeze. We line the pulp extractor with a produce bag (from buying the veggies) and just remove it with all the pulp and throw it away.
Hope this review helps you in your decision!