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Our Top Choice

Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Juicer

Pros: Off the charts in terms of power and flexibility. Many owners say that this is the one and only juicer they have ever purchased.

Cons: Expensive - but you are paying for the very best juicer on the market.

Summary: The cream of the crop when it comes to juicers. It minces, chops, and can even work as a pasta extruder.
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Breville BREJE98XL

Pros: Easy to use and very versatile. Rivals the capabilities of professional-grade juicers.

Cons: Doesn't quite have as many speeds as the Omega.

Summary: An incredibly good value for a top quality juicer made by a trusted brand for kitchen appliances.
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Cuisinart CJE-1000

Pros: A variety of different speeds provide a lot of variety and versatility. The 3'' chute is also very handy for larger materials.

Cons: On the heavier side.

Summary: A reliable juicer, but the Breville and Omega are far superior.
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Hamilton Beach 67650A

Pros: Incredibly easy to clean relative to the other models.

Cons: Has been known to break down after repeated day to day use.

Summary: In between the Black & Decker and the Cuisinart in terms of performance and power.
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Black & Decker JE2200B

Pros: Affordable price for a decent entry-level juicer.

Cons: Lacks some of the fancier features of the other machines.

Summary: If you are on a budget and what something super simple, this is one to consider. If you are a bit more flexible on price, we recommend the Breville.