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How Much Is A Juicer?

How Much Is A Juicer

You’ve heard about juicing and the benefits of making your own nutrient-packed fruit and vegetable juices at home. But how much will you need to spend on a juicer? What does the average juicer cost?

You can expect to spend $50-$850 on a juicer. It really is that broad. Price depends on the kind of juicer, the quality of build and expected durability, and the brand and model.

I’ve been reviewing juicers for nearly a decade, so I’ve got a pretty good idea of what each kind of juicer costs. In this article, I’ve supplemented my own knowledge with research into the juicers available on today’s market, and what you can expect to pay for them.

By the end of this guide, you’ll know the factors that affect the price of a juicer. This will allow you to set your own budget for your preferred juicers accordingly.

🏷️ What Affects Juicer Cost?

The type and brand of a juicer can affect how much it costs.

Type of Juicer

There are several types of juicer available on today’s market: masticating juicers, centrifugal juicers, citrus juicers, and press juicers.

Masticating juicers, otherwise known as slow juicers, offer the best all-round performance and, unsurprisingly, have the highest price tag.

Centrifugal juicers, or fast juicers, are cheaper and more convenient.

Citrus and press juicers are also on the lower end of the price scale.

Type of JuicerCost Range
Masticating$100 – $850
Centrifugal$50 – $150
Citrus$50 – $200
Press$50 – $150

Slow Masticating Juicers

Slow masticating juicers work at low speeds of 60-80 RPM to slowly crush and squeeze produce, extracting the maximum juice yield before discarding the dry pulp.

Because these juicers help you get the most value from your fresh produce, and reduce oxidation during the juicing process, they cost the most money. On average, a masticating juicer costs between $100 and $850.

Masticating Juicer
Slow Masticating Juicer
πŸ‘ Pros
  • Slow speed reduces oxidation and retains nutrients
  • Durable and high-quality build
πŸ‘Ž Cons
  • Take longer to make a batch of juice
  • Most expensive juicing option

Fast Centrifugal Juicers

Fast juicer machines prioritize speed and convenience over juice yield. They can produce a batch of juice in a matter of minutes, but are likely to leave a wetter pulp. The high-speed performance of these juicers can also result in oxidation and reduce a juice’s nutritional value.

Because of these setbacks, centrifugal juicer machines are more affordable, typically costing between $50-$150. This makes them a good option for beginners.

Centrifugal Juicer
Fast Centrifugal Juicer
πŸ‘Pros
  • Fast performance processes produce in minutes
  • Good choice for beginners
πŸ‘ŽCons
  • Doesn’t extract full juice yield
  • Fast speed and heat buildup can cause nutrient loss

Citrus Juicers

Citrus juicer machines, as the name suggests, are specifically intended for juicing citrus fruits, like oranges, lemons and limes.

These juicers are highly effective in juicing citrus, but they can’t be used for any other juicing purposes. This makes them more affordable than multi-purpose juicers, costing $50-$200 on average.

Citrus Juicer
Citrus Juicer
πŸ‘Pros
  • Ideal for extracting maximum juice from citrus fruits
  • Can handle large batches of juice
πŸ‘ŽCons
  • Can’t be used to juice other fruits and vegetables
  • Hard to clean

Press Juicers

A press juicer applies thousands of pounds of pressure to fruits and vegetables, steadily extracting the juice.

Press juicers can be either manual or hydraulic. No matter which option you go for, press juicers are a budget-friendly choice, costing between $50 and $150 on average.

Press Juicer
Press Juicer
πŸ‘ Pros
  • Less foam or pulp
  • Minimal heat or oxidation
πŸ‘Ž Cons
  • Can be difficult to clean
  • Not as widely available

I won’t spend any more time explaining how these different types of juicers work, but if you do want to learn more, I’ve written a dedicated article on the subject – you can find it here.

Brand

BrandCost Range
Omega$150 – $550
Tribest$50 – $850
Hurom$380 – $700
Kuvings$360 – $600
Breville$100 – $400

πŸ§ƒ What Are The Best Juicer Brands?

  • Omega
  • Tribest
  • Hurom
  • Kuvings
  • Breville

Omega

Omega is an American company founded in 1985. The brand’s main focus is horizontal and vertical masticating or cold-press juicers – so Omega juicers tend to be big investments.

Omega’s juicers cost between $200 and $500 on average. These prices are justified, as Omega’s juicers are known for producing a dry pulp, even when juicing difficult fruits and vegetables, like celery and leafy greens.

Omega Brand
Source: Omega

Tribest

Tribest was founded in 1988 in California. The company makes juice extractors, blenders, sprouters, and dehydrators. The most renowned Tribest product is the Greenstar Elite juice extractor, which can handle all types of produce, including leafy greens.

A cheaper manual Tribest model costs less than $100, but most juice extractors cost between $200-$600. Some Tribest models cost more than $800.

Tribest Greenstar Elite Jumbo Twin Gear Slow Masticating Juicer
Greenstar Elite Jumbo Twin Gear Slow Masticating Juicer

Hurom

Hurom was founded in Korea in 1974, and is famous for its sleek, attractive, vertical masticating juicer machines.

Hurom’s juice extractors start at around $300, while their more expensive juice extractors cost upwards of $550. Again, for the quality of the models you receive, the cost is worth it.

Hurom HP Vertical Slow Juicer
Hurom HP Vertical Slow Juicer

Kuvings

Kuvings is another popular Korean-based manufacturer that sells to more than 80 countries worldwide. This brand is most well-known for its masticating juice extractors.

Founded in 1978, Kuvings has had plenty of time to perfect its offerings – and become one of the most expensive brands on the market. You can buy Kuvings models for as little as $200, but their more expensive models cost up to $2,000.

Kuvings Masticating Slow Juicer
Kuvings Masticating Slow Juicer

Breville

Based in Australia, Breville was founded 1932. The company didn’t always make kitchen appliances – it actually started off making radios.

The most popular of Breville’s products are the brand’s fast centrifugal machines. While Breville does have several slow juicer models, its centrifugal juice extractors are favored amongst customers.

You can buy a Breville juicer model for as little as $100, or spend up to $400 on a higher-tech model.

Breville Centrifugal Juicer
Breville Centrifugal Juicer

🧠 Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Should I Spend On A Juicer If I’m A Beginner?

If you’re a beginner, you need to ask yourself how committed to juicing you think you’ll be.

It’s worth spending less on a centrifugal juicer if you don’t know whether juicing will become a daily habit for you. There’s no point spending hundreds of dollars on a slow juicer, only to use it for a couple of weeks and leave it sitting in your cupboard for the rest of its lifespan.

Is it Worth it to Buy a Juicer?

Juicing is a healthy, fulfilling hobby. Buying your own juice extractor can give you access to fresh, delicious juice from your own kitchen.

I would say that it’s worth it to buy a juicer if you get your use out of it. If you buy a lot of juice pre-made, you’ll benefit from buying your own juicer and saving money on making your own juice.

What Other Factors Can Affect a Juicer’s Cost?

There are certain features that can make a juicer more expensive than its competitors. A stainless steel design is tied to durability, especially when it comes to the fine mesh screen and other components that are used heavily during juicing.

Dishwasher-safe juicers can also be more expensive. Having dishwasher-safe parts reduces the cleanup process and boosts convenience of use. Being easy to clean is an important feature of any juicer.

Can I Get A Better Deal From A Lesser-Known Juicer Brand?

Yes, you can. There are many new brands on the market that offer more affordable models while they build up positive feedback from customers. The risk here is that you might end up with a poorly built product, while with one of the most popular juicer brands, you know to expect high quality. Read up on product reviews carefully if you choose to save on a lesser-known model.

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