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The Best Juicers of 2021
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If you’re on the hunt for the best juicers money can buy, then you most likely love to drink your vegetables. Making juice at home is cost-effective, fun, and gives you space to get creative with flavors and ingredient combinations—though, admittedly, cleanup can be a bit of a chore. But with so many models available and most retailing for hundreds of dollars, it’s important to do your research to find the best juicer for you.
Lucky for you, we did the hard work on your behalf. We thoroughly tested and reviewed 13 leading models to determine the best juicers on the market today—for storage, ease of use, and cleaning. Scroll down for details about the winners as well as specifics about how we evaluated each machine, the others we put to the test, and some of team Epi’s favorite juice recipes.
Though not a brand name synonymous with juicing, Breville’s Juice Fountain Plus is sturdy, straightforward, and powerful. We assembled it with ease, and though it isn’t compact, the machine is constructed to fit on a counter without taking up a ton of space. In the centrifugal (i.e., not slow) juicer category, we found this model to be a standout.
The Juice Fountain Plus features an extra-wide three-inch feed chute to push whole produce through, making it very easy to use; unlike other models, you don’t have to cut all of your fruits and veggies into tiny pieces before adding them to the juicer. Also, while most of the other juicers we tested had Forward and Reverse buttons on their power switches, the Breville simply had High and Low options, which meant we could be specific about the power needed to juice leafy greens, soft fruits, and denser root vegetables. Albeit a bit loudly (it has an 850-watt dual speed motor and stainless-steel cutting disk), the machine juiced all of our inputs in seconds.
Centrifugal juicers are notoriously difficult to clean, but we found the Juice Fountain Plus postgame to be relatively simple. First, because both the pulp collector and juice jug on this model have lids, we didn’t have to wipe any errant splatters or produce bits off the counter or cabinets. Second, the machine broke down into individual pieces swiftly and seamlessly, and with the help of the included cleaning brush, was clean in minutes. Most of the parts are even dishwasher-safe. If your household favors quantity and speed—if you want to make a lot of juice in a short span of time—the Breville Juice Fountain Plus is the best juicer for you.
Among the slow juicers we tested, the Cuisinart Easy Clean Slow Juicer was the best performer across multiple categories. It had the most countertop appeal of any slow juicer we tried with a sleek look and minimal spatial footprint, while producing smooth juice with very minimal foam. It took a bit longer than its centrifugal counterparts but was relatively quick when compared to other slow juicers. All in all, it provided great bang for your buck.
This juicer included equal size juice and pulp containers, so we were able to make a good amount of juice in one go. It also spit out extremely dry pulp, proving that it extracted as much juice as possible from the produce we added. We did have to cut our fruits and vegetables down slightly to fit into the chute, but the machine handled leafy kale, fibrous ginger, and soft grapes with ease.
The Easy Clean Slow Juicer more than lived up to its name: It was the simplest and fastest machine to wash of any that we tested—by a long shot. Most of its components, except for the motor housing, are dishwasher-safe, but even when cleaning by hand, it took mere minutes and quickly looked good as new. With plastic baskets rather than mesh, we didn’t even need the included brush in order to loosen the pulp and juice bits. If you’re willing to take a little longer, prep your produce in advance, and prefer a slow juicer style, this the best model you can buy—for hundreds of dollars less than other juicers in this category.