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Kuvings vs Hurom Slow Juicers Comparison: Which is Best in 2022?

Kuvings vs Hurom Slow Juicers Comparison

Kuvings and Hurom are two slow juicer manufacturers that everyone has heard of. Both brands have been around since the 1970s, and both offer a range of reliable juicing appliances that are enjoyed by thousands of customers around the world.

With such a diverse, highly-rated selection of products between them, Hurom and Kuvings make it very difficult to choose just a single juicer to buy. But both have standout products: Hurom has the H200 (vertical) and the Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer (horizontal), and Kuvings has the EVO820 Series (vertical) and the NJE3580U (horizontal).

I’ll be reviewing these products in this guide, outlining their pros and cons, and ultimately helping you to choose between the two brands. By the end, you should have a favorite juicer from Hurom or Kuvings that best suits your juicing needs.

⚖️ Comparison Chart

Vertical Models

Kuvings EVO820
Kuvings EVO820
Hurom H200
Hurom H200
Speed50 RPM50 RPM
Warranty10 years10 years (motor), 2 years (other parts)
Capacity13.516.9 oz
StrainerCoarseFine
Wattage240150
Price

Horizontal Models

Kuvings NJE-3580U
Kuvings NJE3580U
Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer
Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer
Speed80 RPM77 RPM
Warranty5 years10 years
Capacity20.3 ozN/A
StrainerCoarse UltemFine
Wattage170150
Price

🍎 Produce They Can Process

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

As vertical juicers, both the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer EVO820 Series and the Hurom H200 can process a variety of fruits and vegetables, including leafy greens, soft fruits, and thick vegetables. Both of these juicers can also process nuts. You can even juice bananas and avocados in the Kuvings EVO820 Series if you want a more smoothie-like juice, and the Hurom has a smoothie strainer that’s good for retaining pulp in citrus juices. Kuvings recommends adding thicker produce like apples and pears when juicing fibrous produce to keep the juicer running smoothly.

Kuvings EVO820 Performance

Some of the dense produce both juicers can process are apples, pears, celery, cauliflower, watermelon, pumpkin, ginger, carrots, and pineapple. All kinds of citrus fruits can also be processed in the Kuvings EVO820 Series and the Hurom H200 (the Kuvings has a citrus module to give the texture of fiber), as well as soft produce like grapes, melons, peaches, strawberries, blackberries, and mangos.

Both vertical juicers offer virtually the same juicing experience, so there’s no winner in this Kuvings vs Hurom battle.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

The Kuvings NJE3580U and the Hurom Celery and Greens juicers can juice all types of produce, including soft and hard produce, leafy greens, and citrus fruits.

Hard produce includes cucumber, apple, ginger, watermelon, coconut, beets, garlic, and pear. Soft produce includes tomatoes, peaches, papayas, grapes, berries, and avocado. The Kuvings has a blank screen that should be used to puree these ingredients.

As its name suggests, the Hurom Celery and Greens is designed for making green juices. If you plan to juice a lot of greens, this is the obvious juicer for you. However, just because the Hurom machine is optimized for leafy greens, that doesn’t mean it’s limited to only making green juices. As well as processing other fruits and veggies, the juicer can be used to make smoothies and nut milk.

Hurom Celery and Greens Performance

Comparing these Kuvings Vs Hurom slow juicers, both are very versatile. I’d suggest choosing the Hurom juicer if you’re a green juice enthusiast.

🚦 Performance and Juice Quality

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

Performance is another aspect that the Kuvings EVO820 Series and Hurom H200 are nearly equally matched in. The Hurom H200 has a slightly slower juicing speed of 50 RPM, compared to the Kuvings EVO820 Series’ 60 RPM. This speed gives ingredients a longer contact time in the Hurom, resulting in a drier pulp. However, these variances are minimal and you probably wouldn’t even notice a difference in the pulp if you compared the two.

The Kuvings EVO820 Series yields an excellent quality juice, with its BPA-free design and slow masticating process. Juice from this machine can last for up to 72 hours, and oxidation occurs slowly, rather than straight after juicing.

The Hurom H200 is highly efficient and BPA-free, producing a high yield of juice from fruits and vegetables and retaining nutrients. The juice produced by the Hurom can last for up to 3 days without spoiling.

In this Kuvings vs Hurom comparison, the Hurom H200 just comes out on top, because of its more gradual juicing performance.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

The Kuvings NJE3580U and the Hurom Celery and Greens Slow Juicer are both horizontal slow juicers, which are known for being the best juicers on the market for performance.

With a dual-stage single-auger design, the Kuvings NJE3580U slow juicer operates at 80 RPM, ensuring reduced oxidation and helping to retain more nutrients in the juice.

The juice quality is excellent, and the juicer’s method of crushing and pressing the pulp against a mesh screen helps retain the highest possible juice yield. Because less oxidation occurs, the juice had a shelf life of up to 72 hours – though it’s still recommended that you drink your juice immediately to absorb the most nutrients.

The Hurom Celery Juicer is designed especially for juicing leafy greens, wheatgrass, ginger, and beets. Hurom’s slow squeeze technology minimizes heat introduction and ensures juice stays fresh and nutrient-rich.

Hurom Celery & Greens Slow Squeeze Technology

This slow juicer ejects pulp automatically, allowing you to juice continuously without having to collect residue from inside the machine. The Hurom operates at slightly slower speeds than the Kuvings Slow Juicer, at 77 RPM.

Both of these juicers have their own performance standout features. No matter which one you choose, you won’t be disappointed by juice yield or quality. The only thing to keep in mind is that, like all slow juicers, these juicers won’t give you juice in minutes. Patience is key if you want access to the highest quality juice.

✨ Components & Accessories

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

Both the Kuvings EVO820 Whole Slow Juicer and the Hurom H200 have useful parts and accessories that make setup, juicing, and cleanup easier.

Aside from the essential components, the Kuvings EVO820 Series comes with a cleaning brush, a large juice jug and pulp jug, a cleaning tool, and a juice and sorbet maker.

The Hurom H200 comes with a juice container, a cleaning brush, a smoothie strainer, and a recipe book. All the Hurom’s parts and accessories are clearly laid out on the website, so you know exactly what you’re buying.

In this comparison, both juicers are equal in their offerings.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

There are 11 items included when you buy the Kuvings NJE3580U, including a juice and pulp cup, cleaning tool, and nozzle with 7 settings depending on what you’re juicing. There are a lot of parts to this juicer, but once you’ve put it together a few times, you should get the hang of what goes where.

The Hurom Celery and Greens Juicer comes with all the important juicer parts and accessories, including a juice strainer, juice and pulp container set, cleaning brush, mince strainer, and pusher. There’s also a free recipe book included in the user manual. There are 11 Hurom parts altogether, which is slightly more than average for Hurom slow juicers.

Horizontal juicers often have more parts than vertical juicers, and the Kuvings NJE3580U and Hurom Celery Juicer are good examples of this. However, having more parts also makes them more versatile than some vertical slow juicer models, and these juicers can also be used to make pasta, nut milk, ice cream, and more.

If you’re looking for a juicer that’s easy to set up from the get-go, none of these juicers are right for you.

🔊 Noise Output

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

The Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer EVO820 Series has a low noise level, and the Hurom H200’s motor is even quieter. There’s no information about exactly how many decibels each of these juicers operate at, but with the Hurom having a 150-watt motor and the Kuvings having a 240-watt motor, it’s expected that the Hurom would be the quietest.

If you plan to start the day with an early-morning juicing session, you can’t go wrong with any of these juicers.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

The Kuvings NJE3580U has a heavy-duty motor, but don’t think that this makes for a noisy juicer. The juicer has an ultra-quiet operation, so you can carry a conversation and feel comfortable in the vicinity of the juicer while you’re juicing.

Kuvings NJE-3580U ultra-quiet operation

The Hurom Celery and Greens is another whisper-quiet slow juicer offered by Hurom. The AC motor might be powerful, but it’s 27% smaller than the motors of other slow juicers on the market. This should ensure a quiet performance that won’t wake your neighbors.

Again, both of these juicers produce a low hum, rather than a loud whirr, when juicing, so noise isn’t a big deciding factor if you’re caught between the two.

🧼 Ease of Use & Cleanup

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

The Kuvings EVO820 Series can’t be loaded in a dishwasher, which means cleaning will take some effort from you. Manual washing will take about 5-10 minutes, and the faster you can soak the machine after juicing, the easier it will be to wash. You can use baking soda to break up any hard stains if necessary.

As the Hurom H200 is part of the brand’s easy-clean offerings, you can expect to clean this juicer with very little hassle. The parts aren’t safe for a dishwasher, but there are no tiny holes, cracks, or crevices for bits of fruits and vegetables to build up inside. Instead of a mesh filter basket, this juicer has a grooved plastic basket with much bigger holes, which can simply be rinsed with warm water to clean.

The Hurom H200 is the clear winner in this comparison, being the easiest-to-clean juicer.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

Some parts in the Kuvings NJE3580U are safe to load on the top rack of your dishwasher, but Kuvings recommends hand-washing the parts to thoroughly clean them. It’s best to disassemble and clean this juicer as quickly as possible, and assembly doesn’t take long once you’ve got the hang of it. The included cleaning brush is helpful when cleaning the strainer. Cleaning isn’t too difficult, but it will take up to 10 minutes, depending on the mess you’re dealing with.

The Hurom has quite a few parts to take apart and clean, but there are included cleaning brushes to make the job easier. Only the machine’s auger is safe to put in the dishwasher, so you’ll need to clean the rest by hand. Customers agree that cleanup is quick and easy, with one customer even saying that the juicer is “a dream to clean”. So, although there’s more manual work involved, it shouldn’t be a difficult job.

Both of these juicers are easy enough to clean. As horizontal juicers, they’re more difficult to clean than vertical juicer models because they have more parts. If you’d prefer a dishwasher-safe juice extractor, the Kuvings NJE3580U is the juicer for you.

💲 Models & Upfront Cost

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

The Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer EVO820 Series costs just short of $500, so it’s certainly not a cheap juicer. Most vertical slow juicers are more affordable, but with this Kuvings model, you get the best of the best. Colors include black, champagne gold, white, silver, and dark red. You pay for the quality of the parts, the powerful performance, and the reassurance that the juicer will provide years of good use before you need to think about a replacement.

The Hurom H200 is priced almost identically to the Kuvings, at just less than $500. You can get the Hurom in matte black, white, and silver. Again, the price of the Hurom reflects the quality and durability you can expect from this machine.

There’s no winner in this Kuvings Vs Hurom slow juicer comparison. Both juicers are as expensive as one another, and you’ll need to do some saving to afford either of them. However, given the juicing experience they provide, both juicers are an exceptional value for money.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

The Kuvings NJE3580U is more affordable than the Whole Slow Juicer EVO820 Series, costing just under $300. This is a mid-tier to top-range price for a cold-press juicer, although some of the best juicers can cost hundreds of dollars more than this. This juicer comes in silver, chrome, and white. If you’re looking for an elite slow juicer, the Kuvings should be in line with the prices of the other juicers you’re looking at – perhaps even cheaper.

The Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer is around $50 more expensive than the NJE3580U. Again, this horizontal cold press juicer is more affordable than the Hurom H200 vertical juicer, making it more suitable for people who can’t justify $500 for a juicer, but have a big enough budget for a similar model. You can buy the Hurom Celery and Greens cold press juicer in matte black, silver, and champagne.

In this case, the best slow juicer for the price depends on what you need a juicer for. Both the Kuvings and the Hurom are horizontal cold press juicers, but the Hurom is tailored towards juicing celery and greens. It may be worth paying the extra $50 for the Hurom to get the tailored green juicing experience if you plan to juice a lot of greens.

💬 Customer Reviews & Complaints

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

Customers say that the Kuvings NJE358OU is a premium juicer and a great tool for the kitchen. Most customers agreed that the juicer is pricey but worth it, although some had issues with leaking and the pulp blocking the feeding tube.

Kuving EVO820 Review

The Hurom H200 has received similar praise from customers, who say that juice from this machine tastes ‘like old-fashioned squeezed juice’ and that the juicer is easy to clean. However, some people had an issue with wet pulp when juicing greens like celery.

H200 Easy to Clean

Most customers love both the Kuvings NJE358oU and the Hurom H200, so both are winners here.

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

Customers say that the Kuvings NJE3580U is sturdy and well-built. and produces an excellent quality juice. One customer said that they primarily used the juicer for crushing garlic and grinding meat, which it also worked very well for.

Kuvings NJE3580U Review

Customers also agreed that the juicer produces a dry pulp and a large quantity of juice with minimal foam. However, some people said that the juicer was noisier than expected and that the strainer was hard to clean.

Common customer praise for the Hurom Celery and Greens masticating juicer is that the juicer cleans up well and yields more juice than older models. Customers say that this cold press juicer is ideal for juicing celery and wheatgrass, although it produces a wet pulp with soft produce like cucumber.

Hurom Celery and Greens Review

A few customers had an issue with customer service, but most seemed happy with the experience they had with Hurom’s support team.

Again, the Kuvings and horizontal Hurom cold press juicers are both well-regarded by customers, although the Kuvings NJE3580U does have more overall praise.

☑️ Pros and Cons of Kuvings vs Hurom

Kuvings EVO820 Series vs Hurom H200

👍 Kuvings – Pros

  • 3.2-inch feed chute
  • Quiet operation
  • BPA-free
  • Good safety features, including a flap gate system
  • Slow 60 RPM juice speed
  • Can mix juice inside the machine

👎 Kuvings – Cons

  • Parts aren’t dishwasher-safe
  • Pulp can back up when juicing leafy greens
  • Pricey model

👍 Hurom – Pros

  • Attractive design
  • Very easy to clean
  • Huge 6.8-inch feed chute
  • Comes with a 10-year warranty
  • Slow 50 RPM juicing speed
  • Quiet motor

👎 Hurom – Cons

  • High price tag
  • Not dishwasher-safe
  • Pulp bin is quite small

Kuvings NJE3580U vs Hurom Celery & Greens Horizontal Slow Juicer

👍 Kuvings – Pros

  • Processes all types of produce
  • Lots of non-juicing uses
  • Slow, powerful motor prevents oxidation
  • Several colors to choose from
  • BPA-free
  • Some parts are dishwasher-safe

👎 Kuvings – Cons

  • Narrow feed chute increases prep work
  • Shorter warranty than other cold press juicers
  • Quite expensive

👍 Hurom – Pros

  • Designed specifically for processing greens
  • Lower price point than Hurom’s vertical masticating juicer
  • Quality, stainless-steel build
  • Three colors to choose from
  • Covered by a 10-year warranty
  • Efficient low speed operation

👎 Hurom – Cons

  • Not safe for a dishwasher
  • Can produce a wet pulp
  • Customer service is hit-and-miss

My Verdict

Hurom and Kuvings both offer an impressive range of horizontal and vertical juicers – but which offers the best slow juicer? I think it depends on what you’re looking for. Vertical and horizontal juicers each have their own benefits and features.

If I had to pick, and my favorite vertical juice extractor would be the Hurom H200, and my favorite horizontal juicer would be the Kuvings NJE3580U – unless you plan to make a lot of green juice. However, if you’re looking for an elite juicer, you won’t be disappointed with any of the juicers in this review.

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