|Jack LaLanne’s Power Juicer for energy and good health. This popular, commercial quality juicer has an extra-large feeder so it requires no slicing, dicing or peeling – you use the whole fruit! Plus, its patented extraction technology gives you up to 30% more juice than other juicers while operating whisper-quiet. Includes a super-sized detachable pulp collector for nutrient rich, healthy sauces, sorbets, breads, soups and more. Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. 250 watts.|
|Pulp Ejection||With Pulp Ejection|
|Motor Power||250 Watts|
Average review score based on 155 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I have wanted this juicer for quite a while and when I saw it on eBay, I decided to take a shot at bidding in the auction. Since eBay is not a stranger to me, it was very easy to bid on the auction. Fortunately, I won the auction and got my power juicer. Since it arrived, I use most every day (read that as every day) and it has been all that I expected. Fruit juices, vegetable juicers, exotic juice ... there seem to be no limit in what is possible. My normal morning is two or three (different kinds) apples, an orange, a couple of carrots and sometimes a stalk of celery. Man, is that good! I do NOT peel the orange, which gives a very zesty taste to the juice. When I want veges, I usually juice a large cucumber, some celery, tomato and generally a carrot to sweeten it up a bit. With my vegetable juice, I often include a bit of fresh ground pepper ... ummm, good. In closing, I must say that I love my juicer that I got from eBay ... it is the best purchase. You should try one.
I received my Jack LaLane Power Juicer and I was impressed by the quality and workmanship of the product.
Upon first trial of it, I only had a couple of apples and one Naval orange, which I juiced immediately.
Not as much juice as I'd hoped, but to be honest, the fruit had been around for a while, so I wasn't much worried about it.
The machine was quick and easy to operate, and I thought it worked very well.
After purchasing a small bag of Naval oranges, I tried again and I recomend this machine, wholeheartely.
Still wasn't as much juice as I'd hoped, but still a good choice of product, not very hard to clean and user friendly.
I would definately buy it again. Very pleased.
I bought the juicer after a sleepless night and watching the infomercial. Did a little bit of research but not much. I now remember the negative comments about this model. The pulp is not dry at all. In fact it is so wet it gets caught up in the hood of the juicer. I juiced apples, globe grapes, melon, pomegranate seeds and a small piece of orange. I peeled the melon and orange and cut the apple into wedges. Prep work is needed. I believe the more expensive infomercial model requires no prep but I find it hard to believe the same line could be so vastly different. The good news is the juice was good and I used the juicy/soggy pulp/seeds to make some truly yummy bran muffins.(I could hand squeeze juice from the pulp and pieces of apple were in the mixture.)Clean up is a chore. The blade needs a separate tool to be removed and the part about it being magnetized so it attaches to the machine? Well, it kept falling off for me. It is a clumsy machine in how the pulp container fits in, where the cord is, where the spout is and how the lock bar moves into place. It is large and cumbersome. Need to go back and see what is dishwasher safe. I hand washed it all. A lot of work. Ultimately, not very user friendly or efficient.
The Jack Lalanne Power Juicer is a wonderfully designed juicer that is both easy to use and easy to clean. The mouth is large enough to juice whole medium size apples. It only has 250 watts compared to some that have 700 watts, but despite this I have never had problems with it bogging down on me.
Bought the juicer to help with weight loss and better health. The upside is that it does perform fairly well, quiet and produces juice from vegetables and hard fruits..no bananas, strawberries, pulply or mushy things are recommended. This limits to some degree.
Many downsides to this product tho...it produces so much pulp or pith from carrots, for example, that the whole interior top portion is full of waste material that after 5 or 6 carrots the whole thing must be disassembled and cleaned before you can proceed. Cleaning is not simple or easy. The white plastic stained very quickly when I used carrot and beet.
It was a decent budget purchase as a used item but I realized why so many of them are for sale and say that they were only slighly used. If it were easier to clean I would be much happier with it. It also takes up lots or counter or cabinet space.
I would look at other items in stores before I purchased something like this again.