I’ve been using centrifugal juicers for years. I’ve been using centrifugal juicers for years so the chance to get my hands on a masticating juicer was delightful. I find that while the process is much slower, juice is never warm when it emerges, less rubbish gets through (like whole leaves of spinach, for example) and juice is satisfyingly pulpy, which of course means less of the goodness has been stripped out. Doddle to clean too, thanks to a lack of sieve. I can thoroughly recommend this if you want a better quality juicer and are prepared to spend a little more for it. Oh, and the drip-stopper is a ‘why didn’t they think of that before’ example of simplistic genius.
Masticating juicers such as this are a step up from the more familiar centrifugal juicers. Put simply, centrifugal juicers chop fruit up (often generating a lot of heat in the process) whereas masticating juicers crush the juice out of the fruit, and are therefore more efficient at extracting the juice. The cost of all this efficiency is the eye watering price, of course. But if you can bear the cost then this is a good bit of kit that unlike many centrifugal juicers doesn’t generate heat and transfer it to the juice (some generate so much heat that they require you to add ice cubes into the mix to counteract the heat). Cleaning is also a doddle once you’ve become used to disassembling and reassembling the juicer, plus there are no sharp blades to cut yourself upon. All in all this is a first rate juicer and i’d definitely recommend buying it.
Impressive juicer, but expensive. The phillips micromasticating slow juicer claims that it can:• extract up to 90% of the fruitit works very well and the juice is smooth and free from pips (i was juicing blackcurrants) but it would have helped if the top tray had sloped a bit so that the fruit moved into the machine more smoothlyi made a strawberry daiquiri which was very good (but expensive)• pre-clean functionality enables you to easily swap between juicing different fruits and vegetables and can be cleaned effortlessly in under a minuteit is easy to assemble and disassemble, though not if your hands are wet and the pulp catcher would benefit from having a handle or a grip• suitable for leaves, greens and nutsit coped with all the fruit and veg that i tried• enhanced drip stop allows you to stop between juicing whist keeping your counter spotlessit certainly was a less messy experience than with most juicersi was impressed with this juicer. It did what it said it would do. It was quiet and easy to use. The book is helpful but limited to smoothies, so i am going to experiment. My only complaint is that it is expensive. Hier sind die Spezifikationen für die Philips HR1895/81 Avance Collection Masticating Juicer:
- MicroMasticating slow juicer technology enables you to extract up to 90% of the fruit
- Quick Clean technology for effortless cleaning in just 1 minute
- Suitable for leaves, greens and nuts
- Pre-clean functionality enables you to easily swap between juicing different fruits and vegetables
- Enhanced drip stop allows you to stop between juicing whist keeping your counter spotless
This is more hassle to use than a regular (and usually cheaper) centrifugal juicer but it more than makes up for it in the quality of juice that it produces. Despite the fact that you have to cut the fruit up it works well. If you have a small kitchen it is quite bulky so bear that in mind but it is easy to clean and uses quality plastics everywhere. It is also pretty expensive at just shy of £200 at time of review so you will need to work out how much juicing you will do. If it is a daily process i highly recommend this as it works well and the produced juice tastes great with much of the nutrients are retained.
Looks gorgeous and makes perfect juice. What is a masticating julcer?. The answer is a slower process but a better juice in texture and taste that presumably also retains more of the good stuff from the fruit you are using. However this isn’t why you should get this juicer. You should get it on looks alone. The machine looks great on the countertop. It is intuitive to use and easy to clean.
Kommentare von Käufern :
- A well designed juicer that’s easy to clean
- Everything I’d hoped for in a Juicer!
- I hadn’t realised how much better masticating juicers were compared to centrifugal juicers
The main pros of this juicer are:very fast and easy to cleanvery slim, so takes up little space on worktopthe masticating “drill” gets as much juice as possible from fruitthe main cons are:noneoverall, this juicer is simple to use. It assembles and disassembles really quickly, allowing rapid cleaning. There’s a neat button that you press at the end of the juicing process that runs the macerator in reverse, getting as much juice into your glass as possible, and leaving the machine as clean as possible. All the pith is collected in a plastic pot, making it easy to dispense with. The machine is slim and reasonably quiet (i have a blender that’s about three times as loud), and comes with a neat book of recipes. I’ve mainly been using the juicer with fruits, but you can use nuts and greens in there too, and there are recipes for green juices in the book. The price appears high, but i think if you are going to use this several times a week, it will soon earn its keep. Besten Philips HR1895/81 Avance Collection Masticating Juicer, 1 Litre,200 W, White Grey