Sage by Heston Blumenthal 'The Nutri Juicer' plus BJE520UK
About this item
This brushed metal juicer from Sage by Heston Blumenthal has nutri discs for hard and soft fruits and froojie disc for pulping fruits like bananas and strawberries. It extracts up to 70% of the nutrients from your fruit with minimal heat transfer and is easy to clean.
'The Nutri Juicer' plus BJE520UK is rated
3.0 out of
Rated 5 out of
Brilliant all round machineSo glad i waited to get this machine, it's fantastic. We juice twice a day for a family of 3 and it does it in half the time of my old machine. Great to be able to feed whole fruit and veg through. Feel you get great amounts of juice from your veg and generally pulp is left quite dry (varies with different fruit and veg). Low level of noise. Quick and easy to clean. Very happy customer
Date published: 2014-05-07
Rated 1 out of
The product is an expensive disappointment!I purchased this product as I had decided to go on a juice fast. It is one of the models recommended by Joe Cross of 'Fat, sick and nearly dead' fame.
The juicer looks smart but sadly it doesn't do a good job in that it cannot cope with leafy vegetables of any kind such as spinach and kale which it swiftly dispatches to the collection bin completely missing the juicing jug!
Additionally, juicing citrus fruits is problematic as the fruit gets stuck on the grater and you have to pick out the bits which is most tedious.
All in all I would not recommend this juicer to anyone.
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