Juicer Test

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Our test winner is the Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2: The device works very quietly, is easy to clean and delivers a convincing juice result. Our favourite with the test mark 9.6/10!

We have tested 9 juicers and paid special attention to the juice quality and cleaning.

Juicers are THE trend appliance for the kitchen. They help you to squeeze and enjoy tasty and healthy juices in no time at all.

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last modified: 20.04.2020, 20:26
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Our winner: Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2 Philips HR1855/00 Juicer Review Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatik Juicer Review Russell Hobbs 20366-56 Juicer Desire Review Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521 Review Aicook Juicer AMR526 Review Monzana Juicer Review Aicok Juicer Wide-Mouth Centrifugal Juicer Review Aigostar Grape 30JDA - Juicer Review

Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2

Philips HR1855/00 Juicer

Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatik Juicer

Russell Hobbs 20366-56 Juicer Desire

Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521

Aicook Juicer AMR526

Monzana Juicer

Aicok Juicer Wide-Mouth Centrifugal Juicer

Aigostar Grape 30JDA - Juicer

Test seal: Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2, Rating 1.3
Test seal: Philips HR1855/00 Juicer, Rating 1.5
Test seal: Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatik Juicer, Rating 1.8
Test seal: Russell Hobbs 20366-56 Juicer Desire, Rating 2.2
Test seal: Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521, Rating 2.35
Test seal: Aicook Juicer AMR526, Rating 2.45
Test seal: Monzana Juicer, Rating 2.5
Test seal: Aicok Juicer Wide-Mouth Centrifugal Juicer, Rating 2.65
Test seal: Aigostar Grape 30JDA - Juicer, Rating 2.85
  • Drip stop
  • Large juice collection container with foam separation
  • Good cleaning brush
  • Very large feed chute
  • Very Quiet
  • High juice yield
  • Large capacity of the juice container
  • Quiet
  • Good juice quality
  • Foam trap
  • 5 performance levels
  • Two performance levels
  • Good juice quality
  • Very large feed chute
  • No foam
  • Good juice result
  • Good juice yield
  • Quiet
  • Good juice result
  • Easy handling
  • Good juice yield
  • Drip stop
  • Large feed shaft
  • High-quality processing
  • High juice output
  • Small device
  • Heavy
  • Only one power level
  • Dripping and rapid leakage near the tube
  • Heavy disassembly of the individual parts for cleaning
  • Low juice yield
  • Very loose pulp container
  • Only one power level
  • Many pieces get caught in the sieve
  • Very small feed chute
  • Juice does not drain completely
  • Sieve somewhat difficult to remove
  • Waste is distributed throughout the device
  • Foam gets into the juice container
  • Very loud
  • Unstable
  • Small feed chute
  • Low capacity of the juice container
  • Low juice yield
  • Unpleasant noise level

An ideal juicer with very good juice, drip-stop function, large filling shaft, and perfect juice collection container.

A good juicer with plus points regarding the juice yield and the capacity of the juice container.

Great result without vegetable or fruit pieces. But a bit difficult to disassemble and drips quickly.

Good juice quality - Low juice yield

Good juice result and juice yield, however, this juicer is not as efficient in processing and handling.

Good juice results and easy handling. Juice contains foam on the surface and fruit and vegetable residues are distributed within the machine.

A loud device with plus points regarding the large feed chute and the integrated drip stop.

A high-yield juicer with restrictions on the capacity of the juice container and feed chute.

A handy juicer with little capacity for only small amounts of juice.

Juice quality Very good juice, almost no foam Slightly foamy on the surface, but very liquid without any pieces. Slightly foamy on the surface, but very liquid without pieces Very liquid, just a little foam and no pieces. Good, liquid without pieces and hardly any foam Slightly frothy on the surface, but liquid juice without pieces The juice foams slightly, but is very liquid Foamy and rather smoothie-like. Very liquid and has only little foam.
Juice amount of 2 apples Approx. 260 ml Approx. 300 ml Approx. 300 ml Approx. 230 ml Approx. 300 ml Approx. 300 ml Approx. 250 ml Approx. 270 ml Approx. 200 ml
Juice jug capacity 1.25 l 1.2 l 1.1 l 700 ml 600 ml 400 ml 800 ml 500 ml 600 ml
Juice
Handling
Accessory
Volume
Drip stop Yes No No No No No Yes No No
Feed chute 22 x 7.3 cm 19 x 7.5 cm 18.5 x 7.5 cm 22 x 7.5 cm 10.5 cm x 4.5 cm x 4.0 cm 15 cm x 6.5 cm 18 x 7.4 cm 18 x 6.5 cm 12 x 6.6 cm
Cleaning brush Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Height 40 cm 40 cm 40 cm 42,5 cm 35 cm 32 cm 40 cm 32 cm 28 cm
Width 31 cm 25,5 cm 45 cm 31 cm 17 cm 18,5 cm 32 cm 31 cm 26 cm
Depth 18 cm 25,5 cm 25 cm 21 cm 31 cm 27,5 cm 19 cm 18 cm 17 cm
Weight 5 kg 4,2 kg 3,95 kg 3,8 kg 3,7 kg 2,58 kg 3,6 kg 3 kg 3 kg
Power in Watt 700 W 700 W 240 550 W 150 W 400 W 1,100 W 400 W 400 W
Stability Very good Very good Good Good All right, wiggles slightly when you juice Good, with rubber feet Good Satisfactory Good
Volume 1 metre distance 61 dB 65 dB 72 dB 76 dB 65 dB 74 dB 80 dB 77 dB 76 dB
Performance levels 2 1 5 2 1 2 2 2 2
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Tested products

1st place: Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2

Test seal: Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2, Rating excellent

The Bosch MES25A0 VitaJuice 2 can be recommended without a bad conscience. The juice quality is high and also the yield is acceptable. The juice cup and the leakage protection are convincing. Another nice thing is that Bosch has included recipe ideas in the user manual, so you can try it out and enjoy it right away.

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Philips HR1855/00 Juicer - thumbnail Test seal: Philips HR1855/00 Juicer, Rating good

2nd place: Philips HR1855/00 Juicer

The Philips Juicer is pleasantly quiet and delivers a very good juice yield. So with little fruit and vegetables, the collection container can be easily filled with one litre.

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Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatik Juicer - thumbnail Test seal: Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatik Juicer, Rating good

3rd place: Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatik Juicer

The Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatic Juicer is a good device that juices fruit and vegetables to your complete satisfaction. The juice is almost clear and has only little foam, which can be kept away from the foam trap. The waste is very small and does not have to be disposed of often in the large container so that the flow of work does not have to be interrupted continuously. However, in order to keep the juice quality at the top, the sieve and the protective lid must be rinsed and brushed from time to time. Negative points are that the tube from which the juice comes drips quickly and you have to wipe a little afterwards and that disassembling is a bit cumbersome.

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Russell Hobbs 20366-56 Juicer Desire - thumbnail Test seal: Russell Hobbs 20366-56 Juicer Desire, Rating good

4th place: Russell Hobbs 20366-56 Juicer Desire

The Russell Hobbs Desire Juicer can convince by the quality of the juice and the large feed chute. For lovers of Russell Hobbs kitchen appliances, it fits perfectly into the set.

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Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521 - thumbnail Test seal: Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521, Rating good

5th place: Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521

The Aicok Slow Juicer AMR521 produces a good juice result and also a good juice yield. The device is quiet in use, but sometimes it is not as easy to handle and process. Residues collect quickly in the machine and in the sieve and the machine has a very narrow feed chute.

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Aicook Juicer AMR526 - thumbnail Test seal: Aicook Juicer AMR526, Rating good

6th place: Aicook Juicer AMR526

The Aicook Juicer AMR526 produces a liquid juice result and a good juice yield. Foam gets into the juice container and the fruit and vegetable residues are distributed throughout the machine. Handling is easy and the individual parts can be cleaned easily.

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Monzana Juicer - thumbnail Test seal: Monzana Juicer, Rating satisfactory

7th place: Monzana Juicer

The Monzana Juicer can convince by the built-in drip stop, the large filling opening and the juice quality.

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Aicok Juicer Wide-Mouth Centrifugal Juicer - thumbnail Test seal: Aicok Juicer Wide-Mouth Centrifugal Juicer, Rating satisfactory

8th place: Aicok Juicer Wide-Mouth Centrifugal Juicer

The Aicok Centrifugal Juicer can only produce a thick, smoothie-like juice. On the positive side, hardly any foam gets into the glass. Unfortunately, the amount of force required is very high, so that the production is complicated. The feed chute is simply too small, especially for hard fruit and vegetable pieces. On the other hand, the juice yield of the juicer is very convincing.

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Aigostar Grape 30JDA - Juicer - thumbnail Test seal: Aigostar Grape 30JDA - Juicer, Rating satisfactory

9th place: Aigostar Grape 30JDA - Juicer

The Aigostar Grape Juicer is unfortunately not convincing, as it is simply too small and too loud. Also, the quality and quantity of the juice are not convincing.

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Bosch - MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2

Winner: read review
  • To extract as much juice as possible, it is best to use fresh fruits and vegetables with high juice content. It is also ideal if you press the slider slowly on the fruits in the feed chute so that the maximum amount of juice can be extracted.
  • Juicers are not suitable for processing fibrous or very hard fruits and foods.
  • To make sure that your juice from the juicer also tastes good, you should ideally find a recipe before buying the fruits, because not all fruits and vegetables taste good in their combination.
  • If your juicer does not have a drip-stop, you should place a container under the juice spout to prevent the rest of the juice from dripping onto the work surface or similar.
  • If you use organic fruit, you do not necessarily have to remove the peel.
 

In the run-up to the test, we defined practical requirements and established the following test criteria:

  • Juice
  • Handling
  • Accessories
  • Volume

To be able to evaluate these criteria, we have defined several tests for the juicers. In these, all devices must press juice from half a honeydew melon, 2 kiwis, 2 carrots, 2 apples and 2 oranges.

Juicer sieve in detail
Juicer sieve in detail

Before the first run, the scope of delivery of the juicer is checked for enclosed accessories. While the juice is pressed, the volume and power consumption of the devices are measured. Handling, user-friendliness and safety are also tested. When the juice is ready, it is examined whether coarse pieces have really landed in the waste container and whether the foam trap (if present) has done its job.

Juicer test recipe: half a honeydew melon, 2 kiwis, 2 carrots, 2 apples & 2 oranges.

The juices are tested by several test persons to maintain objectivity. The focus is on a good juice consistency and as little foam and pulp as possible. Finally, the cleaning is assessed and tested to see if individual parts of the appliances are dishwasher safe.

In order to rule out errors and to ensure that the appliances are resistant to everyday use, each test is carried out in several stages.

The test criteria are given percentages depending on their importance. The final mark is then calculated objectively from the test criteria using an algorithm.

Product selection
Our product selection is based on the observation of the current market. In addition to popular brand products, we also include insider tips in our selection. Criteria such as price and range of functions are an important factor for us. The test field is also determined by analysis and evaluation of customer reviews and external tests (e.g. Stiftung Warentest).

The devices are purchased anonymously or lent to us by the manufacturer. Dealers and manufacturers have no influence on the tests and our evaluation.

As soon as new relevant products come on the market, our test field will be expanded to include them. The new products undergo the same tests as the already tested devices.

The test winner - the Bosch VitaJuice 2 juicer

Our product test in the field of juicers was won by the VitaJuice 2 device from Bosch. The VitaJuice 2 offers numerous advantages and technical features. Users benefit from the drip pot so that no juice drips next to the glass. In addition, a large juice collection container with a total capacity of 1.25 liters and foam separation is integrated into this device. The juice is collected separately and separated from the foam.

The filling shaft of the juicer is larger than the average. Therefore it is possible to fill fruit in large quantities into the device. The subsequent juicing is carried out quietly. With the help of the large cleaning brush, cleaning is possible after use. The weight of the Bosch VitaJuice 2 alone needs improvement. The device is heavy. Nevertheless, the juicer produces delicious juice with almost no foam.

test winner Bosch VitaJuice 2
test winner Bosch VitaJuice 2

Philips HR1855/00 Juicer

The Philips HR1855/00 is second in our ranking, a device that is particularly impressive with its high juice yield of 300 ml. In addition, the juice container holds 1.2 litres and is thus slightly smaller than the test winner. The device juices the fruit quietly. There is no separate foam separation in this device.

For this reason, the surface of the juices is somewhat foamy. In addition, this product has only one performance level. All in all, this device came in a good second place in our test.

Russell Hobbs Desire Juicer

Third place goes to Russell Hobbs Desire. This offers the user two performance levels so that the performance can be modified according to the fruit and requirements. The juice quality is very good. The feed chute is relatively large so that large pieces of fruit can be fed into the machine. The juice yield is comparatively low with only 230 ml.

The capacity of the juice container is 700 ml. Another disadvantage is that the pulp container sits loosely in the machine. Nevertheless, users get very liquid juice with this device, which does not contain any pieces. The quality of the juice makes for enthusiasm.

Monzana Juicer

The device from Monzana impresses above all with its drip stop. The juicer also has a large feed chute. The product is of high quality and nobly processed. A disadvantage that we noticed during the test is the relatively loud operation. The loud juicer can score again in terms of juice quality.

Because it is very liquid and has only a little foam. The juice yield is in the middle range with 250 ml, just like the capacity of the juice container with 800 ml.

Aicok Wide-Mouth Juicer

This device can score points above all with one thing: the high juice yield. This is in the upper range with 270 ml. The juice quality is a bit more frothy and resembles the consistency of smoothies. The capacity of the juicer is with 500 ml very low.

In addition, the feed chute is small so that little fruit in small pieces can be put into this juicer. Furthermore, the machine is unstable. So during processing, there is air upwards.

Aigostar Grape Juicer

The Aigostar Grape is a small device. The product is handy and takes up little space. The juice yield is low at 200 ml. The capacity of the juice container is expandable with 600 ml. But the juice quality is very good. Because the juice is very liquid. There is almost no foam.

But the volume of the juicer is noisy. The Aigostar Grape scores especially with its handiness.

Whether fruit, herbal or vegetable juice - with a juicer fresh, healthy drinks are guaranteed. Necessary devices have long been available not only for use in the catering trade. For the home kitchen, there are handy, compact small devices that make juicing child's play.

If you are also looking for a juicer for home use, however, you are faced with a choice. Currently there are three different types of devices available: Steam juicers, squeezers and centrifugal juicers.

Which juicer is suitable for you depends on your individual needs and ideas regarding the application.

If your juicer does not have a drip-stop, you should place a container under the juice spout to prevent the remaining juice from the juicer from dripping onto the work surface etc.

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If you only want to juice a citrus fruit from time to time, a citrus juicer will do. If you also want to juice other fruits, vegetables or herbs, a juicer is recommended. Centrifugal juicers are an excellent way to create juices from carrots or other hard ingredients.

However, steam juicers are particularly recommended. They process fruit, vegetables or herbs very gently while keeping the amount of work involved low. In addition, the different variants can be used individually.

Juicer types
Different juicers - tested by us for you

Everyone knows typical juice squeezers. In general, they are the most common devices for juicing in private households. They exert a mechanical pressure with which the juice is separated from the solid residues. This category of juicers can also be distinguished between citrus juicers and juice squeezers.

It should be noted that the citrus juicers can actually only juice citrus fruits. If you also want to juice vegetables or herbs, citrus juicers are not suitable. In this case, juice presses with one or two screws are recommended.

With the help of the screws, individual pieces of the pressed product, i.e. the fruit, vegetables or herbs, are first broken off. Then the individual pieces are squeezed out. An integrated sieve separates the juice from the rest of the pressed product. The remaining residue is ejected at the end of the screw.

The quality of the juices is very good, which is partly due to the fact that the speed of the screws is very low. This means that only little oxygen gets into the juice.

Centrifugal juicers are recommended especially for juicing very hard fruit or vegetables. Soft ingredients such as lettuce, berries or even grasses are very difficult to squeeze with this type of juicer. Centrifugal juicers have a friction disk and a sieve.

During the process the friction disc turns quite fast. The pressed material is crushed and thrown against the sieve by the centrifugal force. The juice passes directly through the sieve slot during the centrifugal process. The juice yield of centrifugal juicers is relatively high.

However, the quality of the juice is not quite as good compared to juices produced with a juicer. The fast rotations ensure a permanent air circulation, which in turn releases a lot of oxygen into the juice.

Steam juicers are particularly suitable when several kilos of fruit are to be processed into juice at the same time. In most cases, this type of juicer has three parts. In the lower part there is a container that is filled with water for the juicing process. Above it is a collecting container with a funnel.

The container also has a drain to which a hose must be connected. A fruit basket with many holes and a lid is placed in the collection container. When juicing, the lower container must be filled with water from the juicer. The water must then be brought to a boil over the stove.

The hot steam now rises through the funnel into the fruit basket. The heat causes the plant cells to burst. Under certain circumstances sugar can also be added. As soon as the fruits used burst, the fruit juice flows into the collecting container.

It must be noted that this juicer leaves unwanted seeds or styles in the fruit basket. They are not processed. The effort during juicing is very low. The juices can be diluted at any time and generally have a very long shelf life.

Various manufacturers offer juicers with steam, which are also suitable individually, for example as a large cooking pot or for drying vegetables. In addition, there are inserts for preserving pots, with which juicing is also possible.

Freshly squeezed orange juice
Freshly squeezed fruit juices strengthen the immune system in every season

Depending on the juicer, in principle all fruits and vegetables, as well as herbs and grasses, can be juiced. However, fruits that are very rich in juice from the ground up are particularly recommended. Oranges, lemons or even different kinds of berries. Grapes also provide a healthy and rich juice.

The same applies to plums, apples or pears. Not to be neglected is the watermelon, which consists almost exclusively of water with a subtle sweet taste. Strawberries, bananas and apples are particularly convincing in terms of taste. Exotic variations are also possible, for example by mixing different fruits.

In this way there is no boredom and there is always enough variety. If you want to make real vitamin bombs with your juicer, you should definitely try papaya juice. Papayas are very rich in vitamins A, C and E. They also provide important fibre and are low in calories and salt.

Orange juice is also very rich in vitamin C. Above all, it strengthens the immune system and defences. For orange juice a simple citrus juicer would be suitable as a juicer. Did you know that? Oranges can be perfectly combined with carrots.

Juicers are not suitable for processing fibrous or very hard fruits and foods.

Different types of vegetables can be juiced just as easily as fruit. Carrots or tomatoes are particularly popular. For carrots, a centrifugal juicer or a steam juicer is recommended, as they are very firm. For tomatoes, juice presses or steam juicers are suitable.

Other vegetables such as peppers, leeks or celery can also be juiced. Cucumber juice is another possibility. With a juicer, you can also make vegetable cocktails by simply combining different kinds of vegetables.

Green-Kale-Juice
Fresh green vegetable juice - Photo: © nblxer adobestock

In addition, you have the possibility to use herbs to give you that certain something. For example with chives, parsley or basil. If you want a vegetable juice with a lot of nutrients, we recommend kale. In terms of nutrients, kale can hardly be topped.

Only 100 g of kale cover the entire daily requirement of vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin K. It is also very rich in beta carotene and folic acid. Furthermore, it provides a lot of minerals. Additional healthy alternatives are broccoli or Brussels sprouts. Also fennel, spinach or lamb's lettuce.

With a juicer, you get all the healthy ingredients out of the vegetables and enjoy a delicious juice that is not available in stores.

To make sure that the juice from your juicer tastes good, you should ideally find a recipe before buying the fruit, because not all fruits and vegetables taste good in their combination.

You may wonder if juice is really healthy. After all, there are many people who claim that too much attention is paid to juice. For example, juices are said to make you fat. In fact, juice does provide a great many vitamins and nutrients. A glass for breakfast is always recommended.

This is especially true if the juice is made with your own juicer and is free of additives. Nevertheless, it must be remembered that juices are not permanent thirst quenchers. They generally contain very large amounts of fruit sugar, which cannot be avoided by nature.

On the other hand, the emphasis of many scientists is that not all juices are the same. Juice from the supermarket shelf should never be compared with freshly squeezed juice. Fruit juices produced with a juicer itself usually contain 100 percent fruit.

All vitamins and nutrients are retained. The situation is different with shelf-ready products. Here, additives are usually included. They also often show a high loss of the most important ingredients. A juicer is therefore definitely worthwhile if the juice you drink is really healthy and rich in nutrients. For a perfect start to the day, for example.

A juicer is best suited for healthy nutrition. You can measure whether it works for you with a Body composition monitor.

Juices are often confused with smoothies. However, there are big differences. A juicer separates the liquid completely from the fibres of the plant. In doing so, the minerals, vitamins and all other components are retained. They are merely compressed. One could say that juice floods the body more or less with important vital substances.

There is a rule of thumb for this: "1.6 kg of fruit/vegetable corresponds to the same nutritional value as 1 litre of juice". The advantage of juice is that it does not contain any solid components, which has been proven to protect the digestive tract. Within a few minutes, all the substances contained in the juice are available to the body.

Smoothies, on the other hand, also contain the fibres of the plants. The solid components are therefore also retained here, in a crushed form. However, smoothies also have a satiating effect, as they also provide the fibre contained in fruit or vegetables.

About one third of the energy contained in smoothies is used by the digestive tract. And the remaining vital substances are absorbed by the body only very slowly compared to juice. They are therefore not immediately available to the organism.

Furthermore, smoothies have only very low concentrations of vital substances compared to juice. Due to the fact that smoothies are also satiating, they can only be drunk very little. The food intake is also reduced. Juices made with a juicer can therefore be described as healthier than smoothies. There is also an interesting study on this.

Study: Already in 2013 it was found that juices have up to two times more nutrients than smoothies. Two completely identical portions of fresh vegetables and fruit were processed. 50g kale, 60g celery, 100g carrots, 150g oranges and 100g apple.

One portion was pressed to juice with a centrifugal juicer and the other was mixed with a high performance mix to a smoothie. The juice had 142 percent more vitamin C, 109 percent more beta-carotene, 73 percent more alpha-carotene and 54 percent more potassium than the smoothie. This study was carried out at the Australian Government National Measurement Institute.

You have decided and want to buy a juicer? That's an excellent decision. But first we would like to inform you about the cleaning options for a juicer. Once you have used a juicer, you should soak it immediately.

Otherwise, the residue will stick and be difficult to remove. If the juicer is very dirty, we recommend soaking it in a rinsing solution. Soaking the juicer means that you don't have to scrub hard later on.

Most juicers are supplied with a suitable cleaning brush. However, if this is broken or not available for other reasons, you can also use a toothbrush for cleaning. It is particularly suitable for cleaning sieves and smaller rubbing surfaces. Be careful when cleaning and do not exert much pressure.

As a rule, you do not need to dry your juicer. The surfaces are usually very smooth, which allows for easy air drying. On the other hand, unsightly water stains can appear on the metal parts. If you want to dry your juicer or at least the metal parts, you have to be very careful with the rubbing surfaces.

These are very sharp and can lead to various injuries. Better dab them carefully.

Note: Never wait too long before cleaning your juicer. The various residues can be very stubborn. Also pay attention to small corners where residues can get stuck. Inadequate cleaning can quickly lead to mould growth. Also make sure that you have enough light available during cleaning. Only then can you really see everything. Proceed calmly to give germs no chance.

Finally, the question arises whether it is really worth buying a juicer? We definitely say yes! Homemade juices are not only delicious.

They are also incredibly healthy and provide the body with essential vital substances in the shortest possible time. Freshly squeezed juices are free of any additives, which gives them a clear advantage over shelf products. In addition, juicers can offer a wide variety of juices.

Different fruits, vegetables or herbs can be mixed together. The possibilities thus extend far beyond typical retail products.

Furthermore, a juicer can be used to process products from your own garden or balcony at any time. Even fruit that is no longer quite as attractive can be turned into a tasty product with a juicer.

Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatic Juicer
Profi Cook PC-AE 1156 Automatic Juicer

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Our test winner is the Bosch MES25A0 Juicer VitaJuice 2: The device works very quietly, is easy to clean and delivers a convincing juice result. Our favourite with the test mark 9.6/10!

We have tested 9 juicers and paid special attention to the juice quality and cleaning.

Juicers are THE trend appliance for the kitchen. They help you to squeeze and enjoy tasty and healthy juices in no time at all.

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