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You are probably aware of the delicious taste and the many benefits of fresh-pressed juices. But what’s the best way to make them, while preserving nutrients and going easy on your wallet? To help you find the best cold press juicer, we’ve spend five weeks researching a variety of new and bestselling models. The result are the best juicer reviews below. Before we get started, let’s take a quick look at the most important features to look for when shopping for your cold press juicer.
Type – There are two types of cold press juice machines – centrifugal and masticating. The former grind fruit and vegetables and turn them into pulp using a spinning motion. While that does yield juice great juice, you can take it to the next level with a masticating juicer. It’s designed to extract truly cold-pressed juice and therefore preserves more nutrients. There’s no spinning motion involved here. Instead, the juicer will knead and chew the food, releasing juice slowly and without heat build-up. While masticating juicers can cost a little extra, they are well worth it regarding juice quality.
Motor – The motor is the powerhouse of any electrical device, so it’s important to know how strong it is. This goes especially for juicers as higher power means more efficient liquid extraction, saving you time and resulting in a better output. Power is measured in watts. Knowing the wattage can help you decide which juicer to get, as it will be a good indication of how powerful the machine is (although it’s not a be all and end all of it, to be clear). Good centrifugal juicers will have more puissant motors of 600 Watts and up, whereas their masticating counterparts use about 200 Watts or power.
Speed – For a masticating juicer, there is only one speed, slow, and that’s a good thing. The slowest you should go is about 50 rpm (revolutions per minute), but most will exceed that easily, with the majority clustering around 60 to 80 rpm, which is the standard. Conversely, centrifugal juicers can have multiple speeds, but they’ll usually have a High and Low speed or just the latter. Here, we speak of thousands of rpm, with most juicers going no less than 5,000rpm and no more than 15,000rpm for their lower and upper limit, respectively.
Colors – Of course, all specs are worth next to nothing if the juicer doesn’t match your kitchen and looks nice. In all seriousness, in this day and age, it would be a poor show if the manufacturer didn’t take the extra time and make the product appealing, or at least make it look well-designed on the countertop. Having a varied choice of colors is, therefore, a definite plus in our book. So, when we list colors, we mean the number of options you can pick from. The choice is yours, simply pick the design that best fits your taste and kitchen.
Dimensions – Seeing as you won’t be using the juicer all day, every day, it’s important to have something that stores away easily. Having a small, or at least manageable footprint is a must for many products, but especially for large juicers. To help you decide if the product can fit on your countertop and be tugged away on a shelf after use we’ve included the dimensions. This way you can compare the different juicers more easily and find the model that offers the perfect fit.
Weight – Weight isn’t as important as the other considerations. However, if you plan to move the juicer between uses to store it, this can make a big difference. Yes, you can juice lots of spinach to get stronger, but a heavy, bulky juicer is still no fun. So the smaller the weight of the juicer, the better. Luckily, most juicers, both on our list weigh only about 10 to 30 pounds. Please, note that this is by no means an indication of quality (although you should probably steer clear of products that don’t go over two digits).
Let’s get right to the best cold press juice machines. We’ve included our premium top pick, and a recommended budget pick to make your choice easier. All 10 models that came out on top in these cold press juicer reviews offer great quality, value, and performance. So pick the one that fits your personal needs and budget. Happy juicing!
Expert Researcher and Writer
Samantha Dewitt is a lead researcher and writer for GeekWrapped, writing under a pen name. She gets excited about pet, baby, and science products and has over 12 years of experience.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019
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