Add a fresh touch of citrus to salad dressings, cocktails, your breads and muffins, or for brightening up anything you might be cooking for dinner.
The Easy Juicer easily integrates into your daily routine by not leaving a mess behind.
It automatically strains out pulp and seeds so you can enjoy juice in its purest form.
- FDA Approved.
- 100% Gourmet Easy Satisfaction Guaranteed.
- 5 Year Warranty. If your product is faulty during the warranty period, contact us.
Stainless Steel - Rust proof and corrosion resistant, elegant and ergonomic design. 5 year warranty.
Easy Pour - The fruit compartment is designed with a small funnel to make pouring juice easy.
Premium Quality - Made with premium food-grade Stainless Steel (304).
Size(L*W*H) :9.8*4.7*3.5 inches
Material:Food Grade Stainless Steel (304)
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I was primary juicing oranges/mandarins and I previously had an electric juicer. It was too difficult to clean plus the juice had a bitter taste of the zest from the peal. I thought I'd try a hand press juicer and decided on this one as its well made and easy to clean. I'm still having a problem with the taste.
So my solution..... mandarins are easy enough to peal so I'll continue the "tried and true" method of "peel and eat" As for oranges.... I'll do those the was I was taught as a young boy..... cut a small round hole in the end with a knife then carefully reaming/cutting the inside all the way around from the inside of the hole (being careful not to go too deep and puncture through the outside skin. Then you suck the juice out by pressing the orange all around (rotating after each squeeze so as not to puncture it from the squeezing). That works but its time consuming. After you've gotten all the juice (that you can) you simply toss the squeezed out orange in the trash. I'm sure a lot of you already know or have done this, but also sure there are a LOT of "snowflakes" that haven't. Happy Juicing
I’ve had this for a couple of weeks. It’s a replacement for a similar design. The other’s main flaw was built out of pewter with rots with citrus but broke after 3 years of heavy use. This one, with lots of pressure, wants to violently tip over when applying pressure. Not normal pressure or if you’re careful. Some large fruited need to be quartered in this compared to my previous model but that’s not a game changer.
I used it to squeeze oranges ginger etc.
Loved product, perfect.
This has to be one of the largest hand juicers that I have seen. It is perfect for making homemade lemonade. It is stainless steel and well made. It has a large handle which you press to juice a fruit (or even vegetable) of your choice. It is easy to clean. And while it is portable, you have to consider its size in terms of storage. And finally, this is the perfect addition for an amateur cook's kitchen.