View Full Version : Buying a Juicer
09-10-2004, 02:24 PM
I am thinking of buying a juicer. Is anyone familiar with the Waring Pro JEX 328C model? If so does it make smooth juice? Does it create a lot of waste?
I currently own a very cheap model and my juices are always very "pulpy" giving me an irratated (sp?) throat and I notice that the pulp is very wet therefore it requires more fruits and veggies.
Thanks for you comments and suggestions,
Sorry but I'm not familiar with that one, however, I did see this review on the internet and thought I would post it here for you.
Good machine but not perfect by any means
by davidlfiol, Jan 28 '03
Pros: Good price, good quality
Cons: Leaves some juice behind, leaks a bit and takes time to clean up
I bought this juicer after reading very positive reviews on this web site and I am starting to wonder whether some of them were written by people who work for the manufacturer. My impression is fairly positive, but this juicer does not deserve the rave...
Here is one of the juicers I own. It is centrifical and the ejected pulp is quite dry but to be honest, I have never seen a centrifical juicer that I didn't have to strain after juicing. http://www.discountjuicers.com/juicefountain.html
I also own a Norwalk juice press and there is no moisture in the pulp and no pulp in the juice, but if you go with a norwalk be prepared to whince at the price. http://norwalkjuicers.com/
09-13-2004, 12:45 PM
Thanks Kirk for your reply, it was really helpful!!
Have a great day! ;)
09-13-2004, 01:52 PM
This past year I have purchased an Omega Juicer and have been very happy with it. I purchased it especially for Wheatgrass but use it for most everything. It is equipped to do many things. The pulp is extremely dry!!! Hope this helps! :p
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