A review of the Philips Viva HR1867/21

 

£80.00Typical pricing
a score of 76 percent on the examinationShow context

 

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

Compare  verdict: Great little juicer

This Philips juicer is an excellent all-rounder that can produce a large quantity of juice in a short amount of time. It is of sufficient quality to merit our recommendation as a Best Buy.

Pros

Extracts juice quickly Compact and Lightweight
Super simple in both operation and maintenance
Cons

Slim line for food delivery.
A spout that drips.

Nutribullet Juicer review

£99.99View retailers Test score Show Context 76% of the market share

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

The consensus is that this is a wise decision.

Whether you’re using fruits or veggies, this NutriBullet juicer is a versatile tool that can efficiently produce a large quantity of juice in a short amount of time. It’s a steal at this price.

Pros

Produces high-quality fruit and vegetable juices.
Gets a lot of juice in a short amount of time.
Because of its size, the feed tube can accommodate full fruits and vegetables.
Simple in both operation and disassembly for the purpose of cleaning

Cons
The sieve is not the easiest thing to clean.
Not the most calm place.

An evaluation of the Philips Avance Collection Juicer HR1922/21

 

£220.00Typical pricing
Score on the examination Show Context 73 percent

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

The verdicts are comparable: outstanding and simple to maintain.

Because of its versatility, the Philips Avance Juicer has earned our recommendation as a “Best Buy.”

Pros

Excellent multipurpose juicer that excels in producing vegetable juice in particular
Simple to clean and take apart as necessary
Very broad feed chute Potential

disadvantages

Filtration has room for improvement.

A look at the Smeg Retro Style Slow Juicer (Cream), model SJF01CRUK

£450.00

Typical price
Score on the exam Show context 72% of correct answers

 

Identifying characteristics

Masticating under cold pressure

The verdicts are as follows: favourable if you have your heart set on a slow juicer

This sleek masticating juicer not only looks great but also produces high-quality juice. Although it was one of the slow juicers (masticating juicers) that performed the best in our tests, the price was out the roof. Additionally, it is hindered by niggling issues like as a narrow feed tube and a slow juicing time.

Pros

Excellent performer in all aspects
Especially effective when used to orange juice
Cons

Compared to centrifugal models, slower
Slim line for food delivery.
Not safe for use in dishwashers

An evaluation of the Philips Viva Collection Juicer HR1832/01

£69.99View retailers Test score Show Context 71% of the market share

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

Compare  verdict: A decent small juicer

This juicer packs a lot of power into a relatively affordable package. It comes quite close to being a Best Buy but does not quite make the cut.

Pros

Produces a satisfying amount of juice in a short length of time.
Easy to operate and simple to clean
Value for money, as all detachable components are safe for the dishwasher
Cons

Small capacity jug has a feeding funnel that is both quite narrow and short (500ml)

Braun J500 review

£130.20View merchant Test score Show context 70% of the retail establishments

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

The consensus is that it is interesting to look into.

Whether you’re using it to extract juice from fruits or vegetables, this Braun juicer gets the job done swiftly and effectively. It is simple to operate, however it is a hassle to clean completely.

The juice may be made quickly and to a satisfactory consistency.
Wide feeding funnel User-friendly design Huge storage capacity Drawbacks
It might be less work to clean.
Sage

An evaluation of the Big Squeeze SJS700SIL4GUK1

349.95 GBP View merchants’ test scores Show context 68 %

 

Identifying characteristics

Masticating under cold pressure

The verdict is comparable: very good, but not quite outstanding

If you have the funds available, purchasing this large cold-press juicer that is also simple to clean is the best option for anyone who wants to prepare fresh fruit juice for the entire family. However, it is held down by the fact that it has some difficulty with veggies and oranges.

Pros

It is simple to clean.
Every component can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Excellent for making juices from a variety of fruits.
Quiet
Has a non-drip nozzle cap

Cons
It might be difficult to get all of the juice from veggies and fruits.
When squeezed, juices produce a significant amount of foam and bubbles.
Extremely high in cost.

Braun J300 review

89.99 GBP View merchants’ Test scores Show context68%

 

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

Compare: a verdict that should be taken into consideration

This is an excellent juicer that is not difficult to operate and produces delicious juice. However, cleaning it can be a little bit of a hassle.

Pros

Produces a significant quantity of high-quality juice in a short amount of time.
Large capacity Easily accessible feed chute with a large diameter

Cons
Difficult to keep clean
No drip stop Sage

The evaluation of the 3X Bluicer Pro SJB815BSSS

£298.00View retailers Test score Show context 65 percent of the stores

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

The verdict is in: a highly effective combination juicer and mixer

In order to provide a direct comparison between the Sage The 3X Bluicer Pro and other juicers available on the market, we put it through our standard juicer testing protocol. But even though we were impressed, we weren’t completely taken aback by it. We were hoping for a little bit more from this high-end appliance given its price, as it is capable of making wonderful juice and also blending, which makes it highly versatile.

Pros

A 2-in-1 juicer/blender
Simple in its operation

Cons
Excessive if you do not require both of the components.
Extremely large, particularly with regard to the pulp container.

Evaluation of the Nutribullet Juicer Pro

£132.00View retailer Test score Show Context 63 percent of the retail market

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

Compare\s verdict: Better and cheaper solutions available

This NutriBullet juicer generates enormous amounts of fruit juice, fast. It’s typically easy to clean, too. However, it doesn’t create as much vegetable juice as the other NutriBullet juicer we tried, which is why it’s not a Best Buy.

Pros

Makes juice fast
Easy to use
Wide feeding chute

Cons
Louder than some Heavy
Difficult to dismantle

Ninja Cold Press Juicer JC100UK review

£99.00View retailers Test score Show Context\s62 percent

 

Key features

Cold press/masticating

Compare\s verdict: Room for improvement

This Ninja juicer produces nice juice and it’s easy to clean, but it’s slow and doesn’t remove as much veg juice as it should.

Pros

Makes excellent juices
Extracts a good volume of fruit juice
Easy to use\sSimple to clean
Comes with three different-sized filters
Cons

Doesn’t extract a lot of veggie juice
Very slow — even for a slow juicer
Quite noisy when juicing hard ingredients

Sage Nutri Juicer Cold Plus SJE530BSS review

£239.95

View retailer Test score Show Context\s61 percent

 

Key features

Centrifugal

  • The conclusion is that it cannot compete with the finest.

    Even though it is quick, the Nutri Juicer Cold Plus SJE530BSS is not a Best Buy since it does not create as much juice as it is capable of.

    Pros

  • Makes juice fast
    Simple in its operation
    Extremely weighty
  • Cons
    Noisy

 

An Analysis of the Large Sage Nutri Juicer Cold BJE430

£158.94

Check out the results of the test for merchants Show context 60%

 

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

Compare  verdict: Better choices available

Although it juices quickly, the Nutri Juicer Cold is not quite up to the standards set by earlier models of Sage juicers when it comes to the fundamental features. You can locate versions that are less expensive but can extract more juice. It’s a pain to use, and it’s much worse to clean up.

Pros

Makes juice fast
Extra-wide opening for food and drink
Unexpectedly few and minor drawbacks

Cons
It is more harder to clean, and the juice it produces is less than that of its competitors.

A review of the Masticating Juicer from the Philips Viva Collection, model HR1889/71

View stores Test score Show context £109.00

 

Identifying characteristics

Masticating under cold pressure

The conclusion is that it is not worth the exorbitant price.

The results of our tests were not favourable for this slow juicer with an odd appearance. We observed that it did not yield as much juice as other models that we have tested, despite the fact that the manufacturer promises it can extract a significant amount of juice.

An evaluation of the Cookworks Spin Juicer

£50.00Typical pricing
Score on the examinationShow Context 59 percent

 

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

verdict: You can get better elsewhere

The Cookworks Spin Juicer isn’t the best, but for the price it’s not terrible. Big enough to serve a party, this is an easy to use, basic juicer with a wide feeding tube One to consider if you’re set on getting a juicer.

Pros

Easy to use
Large capacity
Wide feeding tube

Cons

Could extract more juice
Pulp gets everywhere

Green Star GS2000 review

£449.00Typical pricing
Test score

Show Context 56 percent

 

Key features

Cold press/masticating

Compare verdict: Reasonable juice but rather sluggish

You get tonnes of juice from this juicer, but it’s tough to use and clean, and very heavy.

Pros

Makes plenty of wonderful fruit juice

Cons
Not easy to use
Heavy Complicated to reassemble
Not dishwasher safe

Magimix Juice 3 Expert review

 

£235.00View retailers Test score Show Context\s53 percent

 

 

Key features

Centrifugal

The verdict is the same for both: cumbersome, inefficient, and expensive

The Juice 3 Expert did not leave us with a very favourable impression. It is tough to operate, and the amount of juice that it extracts most of the time does not justify the amount of work that is required to operate it. In spite of the fact that Magimix crammed a lot of features into it, it performed poorly in our evaluations.

Pros

The benefits of being light and tiny

Cons
Does not extract a sufficient amount of juice
A challenge to use.

Salter 4-in-1 Juicer and Blender EK4294 review

54.99 pounds View retailers’ test scores Show context 52 percent of the market

 

 

Identifying characteristics

Centrifugal

Compare  verdict: Better juicers available

We were underwhelmed by the juice it made from other fruits and vegetables, despite the fact that this Salter 4-in-1 EK4294 Juicer and Blender is more affordable than most of its competitors and produces excellent orange juice.

Pros

Extremely portable and lightweight

cons

Not safe for use in dishwashers
A narrow passage for food and feed
It is difficult to take apart.