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Considering buying a juicer but unsure where to start? We understand. With hundreds, if not thousands, of juicers of different types and functions, the choices can be overwhelming. Whether you’re looking for a juicer that’ll serve up enough juice for the entire family or a a compact, stylish design for your solo juice journey, Amazon is one of the best places to find one. Much like it has become the go-to hub for high-quality activewear leggings and fitness gear, the virtual retailer offers a wide selection of top-notch, reasonably priced juicers that will arrive at your doorstep in record time.
Ahead, we’ve curated a guide to eight top-selling juicers available on Amazon. Our selection includes citrus juicers, slow juicers, and centrifugal juicers. Below, Carolyn Bristowe, the juicing category product manager at Hamilton Beach, breaks down the basics of what you need to know about each type:
- Citrus Juicers: “Citrus juicers are the best option if you are only juicing citrus,” Bristowe says. “They’re easy to use and require no peeling. Just rinse the citrus fruit, cut it in half, and juice.” You simply place the citrus fruit on a reamer to extract the juice. Some require manual spinning, while others do it on their own via electric mechanisms.
- Centrifugal Juicers: This type of juicer is “great for the majority of produce,” the pro says. This kind of juicer “works by pushing produce through the chute and then grinds produce through the spinning blade and extracts the juice through the strainer basket. The juice then flows through the spout.”
- Slow Juicers: You may have heard of slow juicers as masticating juice extractors or cold-press juicers. Bristowe notes that, like centrifugal juicers, they’re ideal for many types of produce. But they differ because they “work by pushing produce through a chute and then grinds the produce through the slowly turning auger and juice flows throw the spout.” This kind tends to be more expensive than centrifugal juicers and works more slowly, though it may be a better option to prevent oxidation and minimize heat (two factors that can impact the nutritional quality of the juice).
Keep scrolling to learn more about the unique features of each of our favorite juicers to determine which fits your lifestyle and juice preferences best.