A cold press juicer is a type of masticating juicer that runs at slow RPMs. It uses an auger to slowly squeeze all the juice out of the produce that is put into it.
The advantage of a this type of juicer is the low temperatures that they operate in. Since they are not exposing the produce to heat, they are not compromising the integrity of the nutrients that are found in the produce.
By using such a juice maker, you are ensuring that you will be able to get the most out of all of the produce that you put into it.
Best Cold Press Juicers on The Market of 2016
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Cold Press Juicer Reviews
This is the first machine that we will review today. The reason we are starting with this one is because we feel like it is the best all-around model that we will go over today.
It operates at a steady 80 RPMs and prevents foaming. Foaming is bad because it compromises the nutritional value and taste of the juice that is expelled from the machine. Because of the auger and pressing system that it uses, it prevents foam from ever building up in the juice.
The produce that is inserted into this machine is pressed and squeezed until all of the pulp is extracted and the juice is removed. It has an extremely high yield rate for its juice extraction, which is common for most quality cold press users.
We like the look of this juice extractor. A lot of the juicers that we reviewed perform well, but they look like highly technical kitchen gadgets and not something you would want to keep displayed out in your home. This one, on the other hand, is well-designed aesthetically. It comes in four different colors including silver, red, chrome and white. It also has suction cup footholds which help keep it in place on kitchen countertops. This is useful for when you are pushing the produce through the tube.
Overall, we are comfortable recommending it to everyone, regardless of your specific needs. The other juicers below are better suited for people that are looking for specific strengths in their juicer. This special model, on the other hand, meets all those expectations in a well-balanced and beautiful looking design.
Next, we will move on to a vertical model, the Breville BJS600XL. It is specifically designed to be as quiet as possible. It has a 240 W motor that rotates the auger at an extra slow speed. This keeps the noise down and the juice extraction up.
It is designed to operate continuously. It has direction-control, which allows you to easily remove any particles that become stuck in this machine without having to slow down at all. The juicing basket has an added filter which helps to catch any leftover pulp that falls through the cracks. As with most cold press juicers, it does a great job maximizing the amount of juice that it extracts from fruits, vegetables, and even leafy greens.
It operates at a low voltage which slows down the process of juicing, but keeps up the nutrient profile of the produce that you are juicing. If you juice a lot, you know how expensive produce can get. This is why it is important to choose a juicing machine that will be able to output the maximum amount of juice per item that it can.
This is a good choice if you are living with roommates in particular. We like how quiet it was. This kind of machine is designed to be quiet in general; however, this model took it a step further. It also doesn’t take up a lot of counter space. This makes it easy to store wherever you need to keep it.
We had mixed feelings on the Hurom HU-100. On one hand, it is priced very affordable and it performs extremely well. It was one of our best options that we looked at, which is surprising considering its low price. On the other hand, it just doesn’t look good. It looks more similar to an espresso machine than a juicer. If aesthetics are not important to you, this may be the perfect choice for you.
It is everything that you want from this kind of machine. The thing we liked most about it was that it did everything very well. It didn’t have any weaknesses, aside from its appearance. It was quiet, it produced a high amount of juice (even compared to other masticating juicers), and it was able to handle anything we threw into it.
It runs at 115 W and 80 RPMs, which makes it extremely energy efficient. The only downside that we could find aside from its appearance was how slow it works. It took us longer to feed the produce through than it did with other juicers. Cold pressed juicers will usually take longer to push the produce through, but this one took particularly long. Aside from that, we give it two thumbs up across the board.
This is another model that we didn’t quite love the look of. With that said, we don’t want to focus too much on the appearances. When it comes down to it, the look of this machine is secondary to the function of it.
It is a versatile machine that comes with seven different nozzles that are suited for specific types of fruits and vegetables. It has a 170 W motor that rotates the auger at 80 RPMs.
It has an advanced auto feeding design that outperforms other comparable models. The design lies within the auger. It has a specialized auger which allows it to keep running at its normal speed no matter how much you try to stuff into it.
It comes with six different nozzles, including a juicing nozzle, rice cake nozzle, large pasta nozzle, small pasta nozzle, a mincing nozzle, and two flat pasta nozzles. With this selection of nozzles, you can make pretty much anything you could want with this special machine.
It comes with a five-year warranty which is shorter than most of the juices that we have looked at. Most juicers come with a 10 to 15-year warranty; however, we feel this is designed pretty well. It is priced cheaply so that may be part of the trade-off here. On one hand, you are getting a discount on the price, but at the expense of a shorter warranty. Overall, we wouldn’t be too concerned about this.
Of the five juicers that we reviewed, this is the only other model that we thought looked pleasing to the eye. It has a sleek metallic red and black look with an attractive design from top to bottom. As much as we enjoy looking at this model, is not the aspect that we should be focusing on.
It runs at 47 RPMs, making it the slowest juicer that we have come across. Although it will take you a long time to get your produce through the machine, it runs at an extremely low temperature. It is the best juicer that you can get your hands on if your main priority is to preserve the nutrients and enzymes in the fruit and vegetables as much as you possibly can.
It has higher gears as well. It runs at 47 RPMs on its low setting and has a middle and a high setting as well.
This one is priced a little higher than the four that we reviewed above. Because of its low setting option, we feel that it is well worth the money. For a little bit more, you can ensure that you are getting the most out of everything that you put into it because of the low temperatures that it operates at.
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