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PRSJ700 Pro Slow Juicer

from Native Juicer
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Initial price: $379.00

Selling price: $179.00

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Key Benefits:

  • Makes up to 32% more juice giving you more healthy, nutritious juice for your grocery dollars.
  • No juicer cleans faster. Its "Breeze-to-clean" design means less time cleaning (ie 2 min vs 10-12 min)
  • So simple to use, ready to juice right out of the box.
  • Won't heat your juice like high-speed juicers, eliminating oxidation and leaving the most nutrition.


Description:

The NativeJuicer PRSJ-700 Slow Juicer is our top rated juicer since it makes up to 32% more juice than other juicers, saving you hundreds of dollars a year on fruit and vegetable shopping. This model replaces the PRSJ-600.

See how this juicer compares to other high performance juicers.

The slow juicer creates the most nutrient rich juice possible with the smallest and driest pulp of any juicer we have tested. The slow juicer uses a single auger and high grade filter to yield more juice with more vitamins and nutrients. The juicer spins slowly and has a very high torque so there is no oxidation of the juice and it produces juice as fast as you can feed it. The slow juicer produces juice as quickly as other juicers but the slow spin of the auger means there is no oxidation and all of the juice is squeezed and not expelled to the pulp container.

With the lower speed, you also get a very quiet juicer in fact much quieter than any centrifugal juicer. It is also smaller so it fits better in your kitchen and is significantly easier to clean. This juicer will take about 2 minutes to clean as opposed to 10 to 15 minutes wiht a centrifugal juicer.

This juicer does extremely well with both soft and hard fruits and veggies such as tomoatos, grapes, oranges, apples, and carrots. Note we do not recommend this juicer for juicing leafy greens. All of the slow juicers that we have tested tend to clog when juicing leafy greens such as kale. If you are looking to juice greens or celery, you should go with a centrifugal juicer, double auger or consider a blender if you want to get the maximum benefit from greens.

 

 

See the difference - the Pro Slow Juicer vs a leading $300 centrifugal juicer.  The juice from the slow juicer on the right has about 1/3 more juice and retains the color of the tomatos.  The juice on the left is suffering from oxidation and produced less juice and much more pulp - which is typical of any high speed juicer.

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Tips for Best Performance
1. Make sure any veggies you use are moist. Carrots can work great if they are moist while dry carrots have little juice and make the juicer work much harder. The small bagged carrots work best.
2. Do not cram food into the juicer. This can cause the juicer to jam or overheat.
3. Do not quickly cycle between forward and reverse. Allow the juicer to stop moving before changing the direction.
4. If juicing something that is a little stringy, use small pieces and alternate with some other foods that are softer and have more juice like fruits or tomatoes
5. There is a safety switch that will prevent power to the juicer if the juicer is not fully assembled. Please ensure the housing and cover are completely installed.

Note: If you are mainly juicing leafy greens like kale or spinach or stringy veggies like celery we recommend a centrifugal juicer instead.  The slow juicers can get clogged and the centrifugal models tend to be easier to use in this situation.

Weight: 12.0 lbs
Color: Black

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