Philips HR1852/71 Viva Collection Juicer : EASY CLEAN JUICER! YES, REALLY!

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Excellent results, easy to clean and compact. I’ve used a couple of juicers before, and found the quality of results can vary widely, based on the type of fruit used and even more in terms of the amount of juice it actually extracts. I made four different large smoothies/juices in total, and the results were excellent every time. It produced a smooth texture with no skin or pips, and most importantly it wrung out the last few drops of juice with ease – others i’ve tried required running it extensively to ensure you get value for money from the fruit used. It’s easy to press down and get all the fruit slices through. If you make the juices smartly, it’s easy to make a rainbow-looking smoothie easily, as the juice consistency is always perfect. (wonderful novelty appeal for kids. )usually the most annoying bit about using any appliance like this is cleaning it afterwards – you have to scour in a certain direction so you don’t cut yourself, dull the blades or end up with bits of sponge caught in them. I was very impressed that it was a doddle for this one, taking only the claimed time of one minute to fully clean and re-assemble for its next use. The high quality/feel plastic gives a sense of security that bits won’t break off or age from regular cleaning.

Highly efficient and easy clean-up. Philips as a manufacturer is well respected so you expect a decent juicer, along with the higher price, and that is exactly what you get in the philips hr1852/71 viva collection juicer. I’m not a massive fan of juicing, as it doesn’t fit into my diet and lifestyle like just eating fruit/vegetables as part of a meal, but this juicer does make adding the occasional homemade juice to my diet a little bit easier. The philips hr1852/71 viva collection juicer makes easy work of firmer fruit and vegetables, such as apples or carrots, that includes being able to pop in these firmer items without a lot of prep work to make them smaller or having the machine stall if it’s too firm.It achieves full extraction and leaves you with a dry pulp as evidence of how much juice it’s able to squeeze out of what you use. There is also the fact that the philips hr1852/71 viva collection juicer is incredibly easy to clean, with a quick clean function that flushes water through the juicer. The juicer comes apart easily and all parts except the motor can be popped into the dishwasher or washed by hand. It’s tall rather than wide so doesn’t take up too much bench room, mine still gets stored with my blender rather than up on the bench permanently, but with so little tabletop room in my kitchen it’s really useful that it doesn’t take up much room so i can be doing other things at the same time. For a juicer it also doesn’t make that much noise, it’s still not a quiet piece of kitchen kit but it’s not overly offensive. I’m still not a huge juice fan, although looking up some new recipes online may help with that, but it is nice to have the option to add fresh homemade juice and to be able to use up fruit/vegetables in a different way to just adding soft fruit to smoothies with my blender.

Philips HR1852/71 Viva Collection Juicer, 2 Litre, 800 W, Black

  • Easy checking of the pulp with see-through pulp container
  • Quick and easy assembly of all parts
  • Powerful 800 W motor
  • Juice up to 2L in one go
  • XL feeding tube (75mm)

Fresh juice straight from the juicer. I love making fresh juice and this makes life so much easier. You can fire a range of fruits through very easily and some, like apples/pears/grapes don’t need peeled first. There is also a very handy quick clean function so you can blast the worst of the mess off before putting into the dishwasher. I love this and my lo loves fresh juice straight from the juicer so that’s an added bonus.

Philips HR1852/71 Viva Collection Juicer, 2 Litre, 800 W, Black : Good for the money and compared to others. Good machine for the money, as with most juicers, it’s a bit of a pain to clean.

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Powerful,large capacity juicer from phillips. So this is a big powerful,juicing machine from phillips that can cope with whole fruits and juice them with ease. I experimented with apples from my gardens. I juiced about 12-14 small to mid sized apples from my garden. I have to say i was a little disappointed with the amount of juice extracted-3 very small glasses of juice. It hardly seemed worth the hassle. This machine is definitely not a 1 minute clean as advertised on it’s packaging,i had some 5 seperate parts to disassemble and wash;so more like a 5 to 10 min wash as opposed to a 1 minute wash. In additon the pulp compartment got very messy and i had to scoop out the more stubborn remants with a spoon prior to washing. You do need to wash between juicing different fruit combinations even if you were to use again straight away otherwise your new juice will be tainted with the old combination. The instructions aren’t the best in the world,but i was able to figure out what to do from the pictures provided.

This review is from : Philips HR1852/71 Viva Collection Juicer, 2 Litre, 800 W, Black

Powerful,large capacity juicer from phillips. So this is a big powerful,juicing machine from phillips that can cope with whole fruits and juice them with ease. I experimented with apples from my gardens. I juiced about 12-14 small to mid sized apples from my garden. I have to say i was a little disappointed with the amount of juice extracted-3 very small glasses of juice. It hardly seemed worth the hassle. This machine is definitely not a 1 minute clean as advertised on it’s packaging,i had some 5 seperate parts to disassemble and wash;so more like a 5 to 10 min wash as opposed to a 1 minute wash. In additon the pulp compartment got very messy and i had to scoop out the more stubborn remants with a spoon prior to washing. You do need to wash between juicing different fruit combinations even if you were to use again straight away otherwise your new juice will be tainted with the old combination. The instructions aren’t the best in the world,but i was able to figure out what to do from the pictures provided.

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Effective and smart looking juicer, but a little more difficult to clean than advertised. I’ve never had a juicer before, so didn’t really know what to expect. The machine itself looks good – and isn’t too big to stay out on a work top. The instructions i’d have to say were poor – very limited, and the pictures were quite confusing. I went online to get some initial ideas for first juices to try. My first attempt – a mix of carrot, ginger & apple – was very good. Lots of tasty juice – & the pulp seemed quite dry. I thought the machine was quite noisy, although the suction feet kept it very stable. From the statements on the box and comments online, i was expected the machine to be very easy to clean: this is where i was a little disappointed. Having had a few attempts now – with a mix of wash by hand straight away, by hand after leaving for a while and washing in the dishwasher – i’d say washing by hand straightaway is the best option.
Effective and smart looking juicer, but a little more difficult to clean than advertised. I’ve never had a juicer before, so didn’t really know what to expect. The machine itself looks good – and isn’t too big to stay out on a work top. The instructions i’d have to say were poor – very limited, and the pictures were quite confusing. I went online to get some initial ideas for first juices to try. My first attempt – a mix of carrot, ginger & apple – was very good. Lots of tasty juice – & the pulp seemed quite dry. I thought the machine was quite noisy, although the suction feet kept it very stable. From the statements on the box and comments online, i was expected the machine to be very easy to clean: this is where i was a little disappointed. Having had a few attempts now – with a mix of wash by hand straight away, by hand after leaving for a while and washing in the dishwasher – i’d say washing by hand straightaway is the best option.

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A good quality, easy to use and easy to clean juicer. . My husband and i are not particularly healthy, we try to be but due to chronic health issues and a fair few prescription drugs our immune system is definitely below par especially as we seem to catch almost every cold and chest infection that comes within a mile of us. We both decided a short while ago that we could improve our immune system by eating our daily five and one of these should be in the form of a drink. So i was pleased to be offered the chance to review the philips hr1852/71 viva collection 2 litre juicer. In the box was an extra large feeding tube, a lid, sieve, juice collector with spout, integrated pulp container, a base with motor unit, a juice jug and a user manual. Assembly was quick and easy. As per usual my husband took control of the juicer (as he does with any new gadget. He just loves gadgets), the problem is he refuses to read instructions preferring to give the impression of a technical genius which he is most certainly not. Anyway he decided to juice two bananas and two oranges without removing the skins. I then looked surreptitiously at the instructions to learn that you cannot actually juice bananas and you must remove the skin and pith of an orange. So after relaying this information to my hubby with a small not to be helped smirk, we promptly proceeded to correctly juice some fruits. To say this philips juicer is easy to use is an understatement, it is extremely easy to use. First up was a combination of apples and pears (you can add these without peeling) cut the fruit to a size that fits the feeding tube, drop it down the tube, switch on (the motor is not particularly noisy) and within seconds you will have lovely freshly squeezed apple and pear juice. This juice was the most popular with our children.
A good quality, easy to use and easy to clean juicer. . My husband and i are not particularly healthy, we try to be but due to chronic health issues and a fair few prescription drugs our immune system is definitely below par especially as we seem to catch almost every cold and chest infection that comes within a mile of us. We both decided a short while ago that we could improve our immune system by eating our daily five and one of these should be in the form of a drink. So i was pleased to be offered the chance to review the philips hr1852/71 viva collection 2 litre juicer. In the box was an extra large feeding tube, a lid, sieve, juice collector with spout, integrated pulp container, a base with motor unit, a juice jug and a user manual. Assembly was quick and easy. As per usual my husband took control of the juicer (as he does with any new gadget. He just loves gadgets), the problem is he refuses to read instructions preferring to give the impression of a technical genius which he is most certainly not. Anyway he decided to juice two bananas and two oranges without removing the skins. I then looked surreptitiously at the instructions to learn that you cannot actually juice bananas and you must remove the skin and pith of an orange. So after relaying this information to my hubby with a small not to be helped smirk, we promptly proceeded to correctly juice some fruits. To say this philips juicer is easy to use is an understatement, it is extremely easy to use. First up was a combination of apples and pears (you can add these without peeling) cut the fruit to a size that fits the feeding tube, drop it down the tube, switch on (the motor is not particularly noisy) and within seconds you will have lovely freshly squeezed apple and pear juice. This juice was the most popular with our children.

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Excellent smoothie type juice and easy to clean. If you are looking for a decent efficient juiser, you cannot do better than this one. You can throw the whole fruit in it (without the core of course) and the machine will blitz everything (pips and skin) and extract every last bit of juice out. The juice is actually quite thick, so you can drink it straight like a smoothie, or add some water or ready made juice for a looser drink. Clean up is easy and there is little danger of injury with sharp parts, as the cutting bits are on the inside of a conical metal element. All in all an exceptional choice.

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Excellent smoothie type juice and easy to clean. If you are looking for a decent efficient juiser, you cannot do better than this one. You can throw the whole fruit in it (without the core of course) and the machine will blitz everything (pips and skin) and extract every last bit of juice out. The juice is actually quite thick, so you can drink it straight like a smoothie, or add some water or ready made juice for a looser drink. Clean up is easy and there is little danger of injury with sharp parts, as the cutting bits are on the inside of a conical metal element. All in all an exceptional choice.

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Okay so this is my first juicer and i’m really quite impressed. I’d used another juicer before, which was a much larger contraption, so this one clearly has the advantage in minimalist styling. However i was surprised that, despite the size and minimalist design of this juicer, there are just as many working parts here that fit together like a complex jigsaw puzzle as with that other, far cheaper juicing machine. So i’m guessing numerous parts is a common factor with juicers. There are about 10 or 12 parts here that need fitting together to use and that need to be dismantled again to clean, which is a very tedious process in the beginning, but after a couple of uses i’ve now got the time it takes me down. As to usage, i experimented with about as many fruits and vegetables as there are working parts and all went through the machine well, resulting in a perfectly palatable, healthy drink. The only exception was butternut squash, which unbeknown to me has the hardest skin known to man, so next time i’ll be cutting that off as the juicer did not like it at allhighly recommended.
Okay so this is my first juicer and i’m really quite impressed. I’d used another juicer before, which was a much larger contraption, so this one clearly has the advantage in minimalist styling. However i was surprised that, despite the size and minimalist design of this juicer, there are just as many working parts here that fit together like a complex jigsaw puzzle as with that other, far cheaper juicing machine. So i’m guessing numerous parts is a common factor with juicers. There are about 10 or 12 parts here that need fitting together to use and that need to be dismantled again to clean, which is a very tedious process in the beginning, but after a couple of uses i’ve now got the time it takes me down. As to usage, i experimented with about as many fruits and vegetables as there are working parts and all went through the machine well, resulting in a perfectly palatable, healthy drink. The only exception was butternut squash, which unbeknown to me has the hardest skin known to man, so next time i’ll be cutting that off as the juicer did not like it at allhighly recommended.

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But because of the centrifugal juicing process your juice will almost always be warmer and foamier than you’d like. It’s a very quick juicer with the caveat that to get any nourishment from the output you’ll need to drink the juice straight away, but because of the centrifugal juicing process your juice will almost always be warmer and foamier than you’d like. Also, whole pieces of spinach tend to get through more often than not, so you’ll need to sieve after juicing – hardly practical. Still, it’s a lot quicker obviously than a slow press or a masticating juicer, so as long as you’re in a hurry, i’d feel safe recommending it.

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But because of the centrifugal juicing process your juice will almost always be warmer and foamier than you’d like. It’s a very quick juicer with the caveat that to get any nourishment from the output you’ll need to drink the juice straight away, but because of the centrifugal juicing process your juice will almost always be warmer and foamier than you’d like. Also, whole pieces of spinach tend to get through more often than not, so you’ll need to sieve after juicing – hardly practical. Still, it’s a lot quicker obviously than a slow press or a masticating juicer, so as long as you’re in a hurry, i’d feel safe recommending it.
High end juicer – expensive, but very efficient. Wow – this is an impressive juicer. First of all, it’s big – it will take up quite a bit of space in your kitchen. Big isn’t always necessarily beautiful, of course, but the machine justifies its extra bulk because it does its job very well – you don’t have to do much prep, because it takes large chunks of fruit. It also has an ‘easy clean’ facility that flushes out the machine, but as others have stated, using multiple mixes of fruit and berries may require a more thorough clean. The good news is that the fruit pulp left behind is almost dry – meaning that the extracting mechanism is working well, and you’re getting more juice than a cheaper machine. And there may be the rub for some – the £100+ price tag may be off putting for some, but what you save in getting more juice extracted will probably pay for this over time.
High end juicer – expensive, but very efficient. Wow – this is an impressive juicer. First of all, it’s big – it will take up quite a bit of space in your kitchen. Big isn’t always necessarily beautiful, of course, but the machine justifies its extra bulk because it does its job very well – you don’t have to do much prep, because it takes large chunks of fruit. It also has an ‘easy clean’ facility that flushes out the machine, but as others have stated, using multiple mixes of fruit and berries may require a more thorough clean. The good news is that the fruit pulp left behind is almost dry – meaning that the extracting mechanism is working well, and you’re getting more juice than a cheaper machine. And there may be the rub for some – the £100+ price tag may be off putting for some, but what you save in getting more juice extracted will probably pay for this over time.
 this is brilliant at what it does, simply put the fruit down the chute and juice comes out into the little jug provided. The chute is quite wide so took small apples whole and juiced them with ease. Will also juice small oranges but most oranges will need chopping in half first. There is quite a lot of pulp in the juice, so if you don’t like “bits” i suggest you stick to the cartonsit is really easy to clean. It all comes apart easily and all parts can be put in the dishwasher, apart from the motor. All the parts also rinse really easily under the tap and the pulp collector can be banged on the side of your bin for easy emptyingit is taller rather than wide, so doesn’t take up that much room on your worktop and has handy little non slip suction feet to avoid any mishap. It’s great at what it does, but the amount of juice you get from the amount of fruit is disappointing. I’m not sure that it would be more economical to buy the freshly squeezed juice in cartons. However, if you absolutely insist on fresh juice and want to make your own recipes with ginger, botanicals and more exotic fruit, or if you have a fruit tree in your garden, this is a good juicer to have. My first attempt at a video is not the best but it shows how easily it juiced the apples.
 this is brilliant at what it does, simply put the fruit down the chute and juice comes out into the little jug provided. The chute is quite wide so took small apples whole and juiced them with ease. Will also juice small oranges but most oranges will need chopping in half first. There is quite a lot of pulp in the juice, so if you don’t like “bits” i suggest you stick to the cartonsit is really easy to clean. It all comes apart easily and all parts can be put in the dishwasher, apart from the motor. All the parts also rinse really easily under the tap and the pulp collector can be banged on the side of your bin for easy emptyingit is taller rather than wide, so doesn’t take up that much room on your worktop and has handy little non slip suction feet to avoid any mishap. It’s great at what it does, but the amount of juice you get from the amount of fruit is disappointing. I’m not sure that it would be more economical to buy the freshly squeezed juice in cartons. However, if you absolutely insist on fresh juice and want to make your own recipes with ginger, botanicals and more exotic fruit, or if you have a fruit tree in your garden, this is a good juicer to have. My first attempt at a video is not the best but it shows how easily it juiced the apples.
Things have come a long way since i first had a juicer; not only are they now small enough that you can, in most circumstances, keep it out on a work surface, but they are also a lot easier to clean. There is a small fold-out leaflet in the box that gives you instructions on assembly and cleaning but nothing more so if you are new to juicing you will need to go to the website or search elsewhere. • preparationfruit needs to be prepared before being juiced. It’s straightforward and really just means that, if you don’t eat it, don’t try to juice it. So that means remove stalks from apples, peel oranges and grapefruits, remove stones and also remove the core of a pineapple in addition to the skin. • usei store the juicer on the work surface so that it is ready for use whenever i feel like a fresh juice fix. Trust me; once you have tried really freshly prepared juice, there’s nothing quite like it and it is difficult to go back to the shop variety, no matter how ‘freshly squeezed’ it claims to be. Once you have prepared your fruit, it is then just a matter of switching the juicer on and feeding the fruit through. You get more juice if you allow the juicer to do the work and don’t press too hard.

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Things have come a long way since i first had a juicer; not only are they now small enough that you can, in most circumstances, keep it out on a work surface, but they are also a lot easier to clean. There is a small fold-out leaflet in the box that gives you instructions on assembly and cleaning but nothing more so if you are new to juicing you will need to go to the website or search elsewhere. • preparationfruit needs to be prepared before being juiced. It’s straightforward and really just means that, if you don’t eat it, don’t try to juice it. So that means remove stalks from apples, peel oranges and grapefruits, remove stones and also remove the core of a pineapple in addition to the skin. • usei store the juicer on the work surface so that it is ready for use whenever i feel like a fresh juice fix. Trust me; once you have tried really freshly prepared juice, there’s nothing quite like it and it is difficult to go back to the shop variety, no matter how ‘freshly squeezed’ it claims to be. Once you have prepared your fruit, it is then just a matter of switching the juicer on and feeding the fruit through. You get more juice if you allow the juicer to do the work and don’t press too hard.

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As you would expect from both the manufacturers name philips and the price this is a high quality juicer. The big question for anyone thinking of buying this machine is ‘is it any good?’i can answer that question with one word ‘yes’. The philips hr1852/71 viva collection juicer, 2 litre is a really excellent machine that extracts the maximum of juice from your fruit and veg. The proof of good extraction is the dryness of the pulp left over. If the pulp is wet then you are not getting the full amount of juice and in essence wasting your money. The pulp from the fruit and vegetables that i have used so far has been very dry proof that this is an excellent juice extractor. The second feature to consider after juice extraction is ‘is the machine easy to clean?’a juicer that is complicated to clean, that takes an age in other words is a pain to clean is often not worth the time and effort. Again the good news for this machine is that it is fairly easy to clean and for that matter a fairly easy process. The machine has a quick clean function which is basically a flush through of water.
As you would expect from both the manufacturers name philips and the price this is a high quality juicer. The big question for anyone thinking of buying this machine is ‘is it any good?’i can answer that question with one word ‘yes’. The philips hr1852/71 viva collection juicer, 2 litre is a really excellent machine that extracts the maximum of juice from your fruit and veg. The proof of good extraction is the dryness of the pulp left over. If the pulp is wet then you are not getting the full amount of juice and in essence wasting your money. The pulp from the fruit and vegetables that i have used so far has been very dry proof that this is an excellent juice extractor. The second feature to consider after juice extraction is ‘is the machine easy to clean?’a juicer that is complicated to clean, that takes an age in other words is a pain to clean is often not worth the time and effort. Again the good news for this machine is that it is fairly easy to clean and for that matter a fairly easy process. The machine has a quick clean function which is basically a flush through of water.
Great, sturdy gadget for your kitchen. Having had a philips juicer before, whereby you needed to cut all the fruit in tiny pieces before it could go into the feeder chute, this is a great improvement. It comes easily apart with first the pulp collector , then the juice ring with the metal grinding sieve and then the large dome shaped chute. Large clips on either side hold the machine in place whilst using. I have had this a week now and tried a large variety of fruits and vegetables; carrots, apples, grapes, strawberries, beet, celery, oranges, blueberries. The feeder chute is very large and indeed will take small whole apples. You have to have the machine running before adding the fruit/vegetables, but once in there, it juices in no time. I find you get a good yield of the fruits/vegetables as the pulp is very dry when you come to empty it, which shows that the machine does a good job. It comes with a handy jug with lid, which sits under the pouring spout to collect the juice.
Great, sturdy gadget for your kitchen. Having had a philips juicer before, whereby you needed to cut all the fruit in tiny pieces before it could go into the feeder chute, this is a great improvement. It comes easily apart with first the pulp collector , then the juice ring with the metal grinding sieve and then the large dome shaped chute. Large clips on either side hold the machine in place whilst using. I have had this a week now and tried a large variety of fruits and vegetables; carrots, apples, grapes, strawberries, beet, celery, oranges, blueberries. The feeder chute is very large and indeed will take small whole apples. You have to have the machine running before adding the fruit/vegetables, but once in there, it juices in no time. I find you get a good yield of the fruits/vegetables as the pulp is very dry when you come to empty it, which shows that the machine does a good job. It comes with a handy jug with lid, which sits under the pouring spout to collect the juice.

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A very effective juicer which is easy to clean, looks good and is well designed and made. The problem with juicers has always been cleaning them post use. My last one took about fifteen minutes to clean so spent many years in the back of the cupboard before being recycled. This one does a lot to address that issue, and claims to be cleanable in one minute. Build quality is excellent, thick materials and firm clips make the whole thing feels like it will last. Design is good too – the thing clips together well and the spout of the juicer fits right into the jug so that there is no spillage. In use it is as quiet as could be expected. Juicing itself is fast and effective. The pulp that remains is almost dry and is kept in the pulp receptacle for easy cleaning. A nice long feed tube keeps fingers well away from the blades and stops the majority of splashes from the juicing chamber if you feed it with the blades turning.
A very effective juicer which is easy to clean, looks good and is well designed and made. The problem with juicers has always been cleaning them post use. My last one took about fifteen minutes to clean so spent many years in the back of the cupboard before being recycled. This one does a lot to address that issue, and claims to be cleanable in one minute. Build quality is excellent, thick materials and firm clips make the whole thing feels like it will last. Design is good too – the thing clips together well and the spout of the juicer fits right into the jug so that there is no spillage. In use it is as quiet as could be expected. Juicing itself is fast and effective. The pulp that remains is almost dry and is kept in the pulp receptacle for easy cleaning. A nice long feed tube keeps fingers well away from the blades and stops the majority of splashes from the juicing chamber if you feed it with the blades turning.

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I have yet to find something this will not juice and a very clever mesh system stops pips and things from getting into the main juice so things like apples can just be shoved straight in. Very effective, very easy to use with an excellent pouring system that’s means you don’t get drips everywhere. Just as importantly very easy to clean just unclip and put straight into the sink for a quick clean. This means that fresh juice in the morning is no hassle at all which importantly means you will use this every day. Great juicer that works very well.

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I have yet to find something this will not juice and a very clever mesh system stops pips and things from getting into the main juice so things like apples can just be shoved straight in. Very effective, very easy to use with an excellent pouring system that’s means you don’t get drips everywhere. Just as importantly very easy to clean just unclip and put straight into the sink for a quick clean. This means that fresh juice in the morning is no hassle at all which importantly means you will use this every day. Great juicer that works very well.
The reason that most people don’t usejuicers is that they are a pain to clean. This one is definitely easier to clean than older models i’ve used- but the 1 minute cleaning claim that it comes with is stretching things a bit much. But it does make juicing whatever you want to extremely easy. At £100 it’s not the cheapest but it is great quality.

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The reason that most people don’t usejuicers is that they are a pain to clean. This one is definitely easier to clean than older models i’ve used- but the 1 minute cleaning claim that it comes with is stretching things a bit much. But it does make juicing whatever you want to extremely easy. At £100 it’s not the cheapest but it is great quality.

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Having owned two other juicers, i would say this rates right up there as the best. It’s not overly large, so doesn’t take up a huge amount of counter top space. It’s fairly attractive looking, very easy to set up, and a breeze to use. But, the main thing that sold it to me is the easy clean up. Other juicers, to be honest, have been such a pain to clean, i’ve given up using them. This is so simple to clean, and quick. It works beautifully, juicing everything i’ve thrown at it so far. I saw on tvs a man who has made a success of a restaurant using the left over pulp from juicers, so who knows. I might even give that a go too.
Having owned two other juicers, i would say this rates right up there as the best. It’s not overly large, so doesn’t take up a huge amount of counter top space. It’s fairly attractive looking, very easy to set up, and a breeze to use. But, the main thing that sold it to me is the easy clean up. Other juicers, to be honest, have been such a pain to clean, i’ve given up using them. This is so simple to clean, and quick. It works beautifully, juicing everything i’ve thrown at it so far. I saw on tvs a man who has made a success of a restaurant using the left over pulp from juicers, so who knows. I might even give that a go too.

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The box this device comes in is big, but that’s mainly because it’s tall; its footprint is relatively small compared to some juicers. It can stay on the countertop all the time, and the colour is perfect for my kitchen. Build-wise, it feels nice and sturdy and well-made, and the collection jug is a cut above what you often get with a juicer. The device’s feeding tube is wide enough to accept whole fruits as long as they’re not very large, and the noise it makes during operation isn’t as cacophonous as other juicers i’ve used. Afterwards you can clean the sieve with just running water and a kitchen sponge. The only thing i dislike is the user manual. It’s the entirely pictorial type, which seems to be all the rage now. It might save philips time and trouble when it comes to translations, but it’s not great for the end user. Despite the subpar manual, it’s an excellent juicer if you’re after something well-made, good-looking and compact enough to stay on the counter, and simple to use.

This review is from : Philips HR1852/71 Viva Collection Juicer, 2 Litre, 800 W, Black

The box this device comes in is big, but that’s mainly because it’s tall; its footprint is relatively small compared to some juicers. It can stay on the countertop all the time, and the colour is perfect for my kitchen. Build-wise, it feels nice and sturdy and well-made, and the collection jug is a cut above what you often get with a juicer. The device’s feeding tube is wide enough to accept whole fruits as long as they’re not very large, and the noise it makes during operation isn’t as cacophonous as other juicers i’ve used. Afterwards you can clean the sieve with just running water and a kitchen sponge. The only thing i dislike is the user manual. It’s the entirely pictorial type, which seems to be all the rage now. It might save philips time and trouble when it comes to translations, but it’s not great for the end user. Despite the subpar manual, it’s an excellent juicer if you’re after something well-made, good-looking and compact enough to stay on the counter, and simple to use.
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