Best Juicers on the Market

The best juicers on the market are essential appliances for consumers with healthy eating lifestyles! Juicers are a great way to get your recommended servings of fruits and vegetables, especially for those who have a hard time eating their veggies! It is also a great way to save money on juice from grocery stores (which contain twice the recommended serving of processed sugars)! Once you’re making your own juice, you’ll see the difference in your body’s digestion–and in your body’s performance–almost immediately.

Below are five different juicer choices to suit your nutritional juicing needs.

Best Juicers On The Market

NameBLACK+DECKER JE2200B 400-Watt Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor with Custom Juice Cup, Black
Hamilton Beach Juice Extractor, Big Mouth, Metallic (67608A)
Gourmia GJ750 Wide Mouth Fruit and Vegetable Centrifugal Juicer Juice Extractor with Multiple Settings, Stainless Steel - 850 MAX Watt
VonShef Professional Powerful Wide Mouth Whole Fruit Juicer 700W Max Power Motor with Juice Jug and Cleaning Brush
Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain 700-Watt Juice Extractor
ManufacturerBlack & DeckerHamilton BeachGourmiaDesigner Habitat LtdBreville Kitchenware
Product Dimensions13 x 9.1 x 13 inches11.5 x 7.8 x 14.4 inches15.9 x 13.3 x 9.1 inches17.6 x 14.6 x 10.3 inches9.5 x 8.8 x 16 inches
Shipping Weight5.7 pounds10.4 pounds9.9 pounds12.3 pounds11.7 pounds

What do I need to know about my potential juicer purchase?

There are several things to consider when making the decision to purchase a juicer, according to John Kohler of Discount Juicers. According to Kohler, before you make a purchase you should be asking yourself questions that could determine what you buy such as:

  • Is the juicer easy to clean?
  • Is the juicer noisy or quiet?
  • How fast or slow does the juicer go?
  • What is the length of warranty just in case I need repairs?
  • What types of fruits and vegetables will I be using and is this juicer compatible?
  • What will be the quality level of the juice?

What kind of juicers are on the market?

After asking yourself these questions, it’s time to look at what kind of juicers are on the market:

Centrifugal Juicer

This type of juicer is an older design and works by using a grater or shredder disc and a strainer basket with straight sides to hold the pulp in the machine, per Kohler. This juicer has a relatively lowspeed of 3,600 rpm and can make up to two quarts of premium juice before pulp removal.




Centrifugal Ejection Juicer

This type of juicer is similar but not identical to the Centrifugal Juicer, the main difference being the basket sides forming slanted instead of straight. This basket design allows for the juicer to self-clean while juicing simultaneously. The pulp is quickly ejected out of the machine into a basket. For especially convenient disposal, line the basket with a plastic bag and easily discard the pulp. This juicer has a moderate speed of 6,300 rpm.




Centrifugal Ejection Wide Feed Chute Juicer

This juicer has the same style walls as the centrifugal ejection juicer, but it has a large chute that allows the user to not have to cut any fruits or vegetables. Due to its incredibly high speed, it won’t create juice that is as nutritional than those made with a slower, more methodical juicer. It has a whirlwind speed of 11,000 rpm and is one of the best juicers on the market for those who prefer high speed juicers.




Masticating Juicer

This type of juicer accomplishes three tasks all at once. It grates the produce first, then chews through the pulp to break down its cell-wall structure, finally mechanically squeezing the pulp to extract the juice.This juicer has a very low speed of 1,725 rpm. Bonus for those with young children: this juicer can also create applesauce and baby food.





Manual Press Juicer

This juicer squeezes the juice out of produce by applying high amounts of pressure. It juices in two steps: first, any juice and vegetables the user wishes to consume must be sliced and added to the juicer manually; second, the user uses manual top-down force to apply pressure and juice the provided produce. This type of juicer is best for those exclusively juicing fruits and is best for those who have moderate to good upper body strength.




Single Auger Horizontal Juicers

This type of juicer is a cold press slow juicer. It produces juice by using a single auger that crushes the produce into the walls of the juicer and forcefully extracts the juice. It has a  miniscule speed of 80 rpm. This may not be the best option for users juicing fruits.

Dual Stage Single Horizontal Auger Juicers

This juicer is also a cold press slow juicer. This juicer works similar to the juicer above, but upon the initial crushing of the produce, juice is directed through the stage one juicing screen into the juice cup. The crushed produce continues its way through the machine to the 2nd stage, where there is another screen to further obtain more juice.

Single  Auger Vertical Juicers

This juicer type (another cold press slow juicer) executes similar to the  Single Auger Juicer only it does so in a vertical fashion. This juicer is a particularly good choice for users looking to conserve counter space, as well as users who want a juicer that is self-feeding as opposed to manually inserting the desired produce. It has a low speed of 80 rpm.

Twin Gear Press

This type of juicer has two gears to press the juice out of your fruits and vegetables. However, this juicer is typically recommended for users juicing vegetables on a regular basis. It has a speed of 90-110 rpm. These type of juicers will also juice wheat grass.

Final Thoughts

With all these options in mind, ask yourself 3 final questions to make the best decision for you!

  1. What’s the best juicer on the market that’s likely to be compatible with my needs and wants?
  2. What’s the best juicer on the market that’s also within in my budget?
  3. What’s the best juicer on the market that also fits the current aesthetic in my kitchen?

Below is a juicing recipe for more energy before starting a successful day, according to Juice Recipes For Your Health:

Original V-8 Recipe:


  • Tomato
  • Celery
  • Cucumber
  • Carrot
  • Parsley
  • Green Bell Pepper
  • Spinach


  1. Gather all of your vegetables.
  2. If needed, shred or cut them up for better results.
  3. Juice them.
  4. Enjoy!

Wrap Up

Now, take our advice, this delicious recipe, and good fortune to confidently go and purchase one of the best juicers on the market for your health needs!