How Much is a Juicer? Guide to Getting Your First Juicer

If you’re wondering how much juicers are, you’ve probably been thinking about getting your first juicer! Congratulations, because this is a journey that will lead to a healthier and happier lifestyle. Most beginning juicers start off with a Centrifugal style juicer. These are very fast spinning and fast juicing machines. They spin about 10,000 times in a minute and shred your fruits and veggies to pieces. These are the best juicers for starters because of their very low price (from $50-$150) compared with other juicers. A premium-quality juicer would cost you from $300-$550 and may be too much just to try out juicing. (This does not include Citrus Juicers which can be found here).

Price guide to buying your first juicer (Centrifugal Style)

PictureJuicerApproximate PriceAverage Review
PictureJuicerApproximate PriceAverage Review
Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Juice Extractor$454 Stars
Hamilton Beach Stainless Steel Big Mouth Juice Extractor $754.5 Stars
Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer Express$833.5 Stars
Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain $1004.5 Stars (from over 2,500 customers)
Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus $1504.5 Stars

Do it right the first time

If you are already dead set that you will be a juicer and be drinking fruit and vegetable juices for a long time, I recommend to invest in a higher quality juicer. Many people who own Centrifugal style juicers later upgrade from their Breville or Jack LaLanne for a Hurom Slow Juicer or an Omega NC800 because of the higher yield and better quality juice.

Don’t get me wrong, a juice from any juicer will be infinitely better than a soda or a concentrated juice. Even a high-quality juice will lose its nutrients after being stored for so long in a bottle. So yes, juicing is great from any juicer. Just realize that you will pay more in the long run if you buy a lower quality juicer and then upgrade. Or if you never upgrade you will lose money by having to buy more and more greens for the same amount of juice. Eventually the blade of a Centrifugal juicer will get dull and will produce even less yield on veggies. So be warned, if you want the best long-term juicer for juicing vegetables you can save yourself the initial $100 and not buy the Breville but instead go straight to a Single Auger Juicer. Either way it is up to you and what your preferences are.

Price guide to buying the best juicer first

PictureJuicerApprox. PriceAverage Rating
PictureJuicerApprox. PriceAverage Rating
Omega J8004 Nutrition Center Best Value (Same as Omega 8006, except the color)$2304.5 Stars
Samson 6 in 1 Multipurpose Juicer $2304.5 Stars
Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Juicer $2904.5 Stars
Hurom Slow Juicer $2994 Stars
Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Juicer $3604 Stars
Tribest Slowstar Slow Juicer $3995 Stars Editor's Review. Best Yield.

Whichever juicer you buy, you are on a step to a healthier life for yourself and those around you. Who says “no” to a freshly made juice? In fact, when you learn more about juicers you can always recommend the juicer you feel is best for a friend.

You can be the health expert and even possibly save the lives of others through natural juices. Just as Dr. Garnett Chaney of Stanford University cured people with raw cabbage juice and Dr. Norman Walker cured people people of cancer with juice, modern miracles are happening today.

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