Its a kitchen aid, what else needs to be said.
If you are looking for the best juicer on the market this is it. Easy cleanup, juices whole fruit and vegies and you control the amount of pulp you wantwow. I love it and it sits prominently on my kitchen countertop for easy access.
Did not imagine it would take up so much counter space.
I’m strictly comparing this to the breville (https://www. Com/breville-je98xl-fountain-850-watt-extractor/dp/b003r28hwq/ref=sr_1_1?s=kitchen&ie=utf8&qid=1474919476&sr=1-1&keywords=juicer) since i had the breville first. During amazon prime day i got the chance to buy this kitchenaid at cheaper price. Since this was originally much more expensive than the breville, i thought it would be a better gift for my mom who juices a lot. Turns out, it doesn’t work as well. This one is hard to clean, as other reviewers have mentioned. It’s hard enough that i’d probably not juice as much if i have to use this, lol. It’s also taking much more space in the counter while it doesn’t seem to yield significantly more juice than the breville. The worst part that made me decide to return it is that the resulting juice is not as smooth.
- It’s BIG!!!
- Exc quality and quick easy cleanup !
- If you are looking for the best juicer on the market this is it
KitchenAid KVJ0333OB Easy Clean Juicer, Onyx Black
Sold it because it wasn’t used enough. It was a bit of a pain in the but to set it up, prep the fruit, then clean it up all for a limited amount of juice. This kitchenaid i’ll be keeping though, even if it has one unbelievable design flaw. Out of the box it’s great looking. Good quality, well-made components and an overall feeling of real quality. It assembles easily, too, with only a few main parts to assemble. The unit allows you to choose how much pulp you want as well, with three settings ranging from low to high. The instructions are a bit confusing as to which setting is which, but looking at the top of the screen while adjusting it makes things clear.
The kitchenaid kvj0333ob easy clean juicer is high end juicer that does its job very well. Taking it out of the box, it was immediately apparent that this juicer is much different than my previous juicers. Despite being about the same size, it weighed almost twice as much as my other juicers. Included with the juicer is a cleaning tool and manual which also has some recipes and juicing tips. The juicer itself is made from a combination of plastic and metal, while most of the removable parts and pitcher are bpa-free plastic. The removable parts are top shelf dishwasher safe. Cleaning the juicer is fairly easy, or at least no more difficult than any of my previous juicers. Using the kitchenaid kvj0333ob is very simple. You have 2 speeds, and 3 different pulp settings. I’ve tried a couple of the included recipes, and they all came out good. The kitchenaid kvj0333ob went through all the different fruits and vegetables with ease. The motor is fairly loud, but it’s not a big deal to me. It makes me feel confident that the motor is powerful. Unlike my other juicers, i don’t feel like it’s a matter of time before this motor burns out, which is what happened on each and every previous juicer i’ve owned.
Very good product, good quality and my grandma loved it . Shipped in time , and have to say that the juices are delicious.
I just got into juicing this winter when some health issues came up, and i decided to change some habits. My first juicer (like so many others) was the breville je98xl, which worked great until it died one month later. My assumption is that, because i was juicing harder things like sweet potatoes and beets on a daily basis, the metal blades and teeth wore dull enough that the motor couldn’t keep up with the stress. Luckily, i was able to return that juicer for a full refund and later tried an oster jus simple, which was simply disappointing. I had been eyeing this kitchenaid juicer for awhile, but it is rather pricey, and when i called kitchenaid to inquire about the wattage of the motor they told me it was 500 watts. Now, the smallest breville is 700 watts, the je98xl that i had was 850 watts, and the oster was 1000 watts. 500 watts just didn’t sound like enough to me so i held off until, at least, the price came down considerably. One of the main reasons i was attracted to this unit is because of its ceramic blade disc. Ceramic is infinitely harder than steel- in fact, ceramic is harder than anything but diamonds, so theoretically i shouldn’t have to worry about the blades and teeth wearing to the point where the motor stresses out trying to process the veggies into juice and pulp. I just received this juicer today, and right off the bat;-it’s humongous.
I’ll preface this review by saying i’m not well versed in juicing. I’ve never owned or used a juicer before, except the kind made just for oranges. This juicer is a bread-maker sized appliance that is heavy and somewhat loud. From what i can tell, the huge advantage here is having a large chute which greatly reduces prep time. The juicer can process a huge variety of fruits and veggies of different textures and hardness and has a screen that will catch all the unwanted parts like seeds, cores, etc. I was able to follow the instructions and it worked well, however as a novice juicer i must say there was so much work for so little juice. I guess this is par for the course though – not a reflection of this unit but of juicing in general. Cleaning was easy but tedious because there are lots of parts. Overall, i would say this juicer is highly capable and will do a great job for someone who enjoys juicing. It looks nice on the counter and the reduced prep time is a very attractive benefit.
I have owned a hamilton beach juicer for about a year now, and have enjoyed it. I juice a lot of produce, especially in the summer when the farmers’ market is in full swing. But, i have been a lifelong fan of kitchenaid products. I love their sturdy feel and durability (i have owned one of their stand mixers for nearly 20 years). The problem has always been that they are a bit cost prohibitive, with mixers (and now this juicer) running in to $100s of dollars. So, when i got the opportunity to finally test this kitchenaid juicer, i was thrilled. Admittedly, washing everything before using it the first time is a pain. Actually, clean up of a juicer is always a pain, regardless of how “easy clean” they say they are. But, that’s part of juicing. But, once you get past the annoyance of dealing with clean up, this juicer is fantastic. The pulp container is nice and big, so you can juice a lot of vegetables or fruit without having to empty the pulp container. And it is powerful – no doubt about it. The wide chute allows insertion of whole apples, pears, etc.
I’ve had an oster and breville. The breville was very hard to take apart and clean. The top finally cracked and was completely unusable. I was apprehensive about investing in another one. I have a kitchenaid mixer and love it, so i ordered their juicer. The first thing i noticed was how sturdy it is. No cheap and flimsy plastic. Easiest juicer to take apart and clean, and it’s much quieter than i expected. Btw, the pulp comes out pretty dry, so i know i’m getting most of the nutrients. I’m so very pleased with this purchase.
Thick heavy duty plastic parts. Large ( but quiet ) powerful motor. Easy disassembly for cleaning. All parts are dishwasher safe and a breeze to take apart and put back together.
This is a large solidly built juice extractor that works very well. It has a powerful motor, a ceramic plate that helps shred the pulp for maximum juice producing efficiency. It produces smooth juice that is that is a pleasure to drink, i often dilute it to suit my personal taste, you mught want to do that tooit has a large juice jug and another container that hold the residual pulp (depending on what you extracted the juice from, some pulp may be suitable for fruit pie etc. ) it has several power settings the low setting is by far and away the best for my tastes. I have extracted juice from melon (watermelon, and honeydew), papaya, oranges bananas, grapes and even apples to my great satisfaction. It is not really the right extractor for a quick glass of juice, because of the clean-up needed afterwards but rather to make a jug of juice for the family. It is quite expensive but worth it if you can afford it. The extractor is easy to take apart for cleaning, it went through my dishwasher a few times without any problems. It comes with a small brush to help clean the stainless steel sieve part.
My first was dirt cheap and threw out chunks. The second was given to me by my mother and was pretty phenomenal. My son came daily to use it, so i finally sent it home with him. I was super excited to get this kitchenaid juicer and start juicing again. I think it’s great, but it’s not perfect. I was very impressed with this juicer when i took it out of the box. The quality of the materials is evident from the first glance. Everything is thick, heavy, and top notch.
I will take up so much counter space its ridiculous. It is very powerful and i did like the blade basket. But it was just too much work for me, and i did notice there was still to much air getting the juice. I sent it back and went for a ninja blender, i am much happier with the clean up process.
I am very impressed with the quality of this juicer. It works excellently and the feeder tube is large enough that i can put whole apples in so i don’t need to cut them up. All the parts are bpa-free and i like that i can choose the pulp level and the speed. I also appreciate the covered pitcher that comes with the juicer. Be sure to put the cover on as you are making the juice as it prevents the juice from spraying all over your counter and the large size of the pitcher is nice for storing any extra juice. That being said, this is advertised as an “easy clean” juicer. I don’t find it easier to clean than other juicers i have used. There are many pieces to disassemble and clean–though the parts mostly just need to be emptied of pulp and rinsed. The only thing that needs to be scrubbed is the basket (the scrubber comes with the juicer) and that takes a few minutes.
Easy to clean quiet and yields the most juice of any juicer i have ever owned.
First, you can’t beat the kitchenaid brand. They make durable, beautiful products that last. This juicer has a lovely black gloss finish with stainless accents. It is a large appliance, and (at least in my kitchen) does not fit under the cabinets with the top on it. It’s easy to use out of the box– just take off the tape and go. The plastic is bpa free which is nice. It has a 2-speed high-low setting for the blade and 3 options for the amount of pulp you’d like- low, medium, high pulp. This thing is fast and efficient and has a bigger spout so you can throw larger pieces of fruit into it. Clean-up is easy– relative to juicers.
The clean up is quick, which was the most important thing to me when buying and keeping a juicer. The reason i gave it four stars is because it does not do a good enough job at getting the juice out. The pulp is still quite wet, wet enough that i can squeeze more juice out of it by hand. At $34, though, i think it’s worth keeping because of it’s compact size and quick clean up. I would not spend $200 on it, though.
Finally, a juice machine made right. I’ve owned a breville, a juiceman, a jack lalane – this kitchenaid model is my favorite, for sure. The other reviewers of this juicer are nitpicking. Yes, there’s a tiny space that’s virtually impossible to clean, but it makes no practical difference in the end??what will make a difference is the ceramic blade. It’s about time someone thought to use ceramic instead of stainless steel?the juicer itself is huge. Much bigger than any others i’ve owned or even seen. Great for making carrot juice – i juice as much as five lbs of carrots before cleaning the machineeveryone should own this kitchenaid juicer.
One of which i burnt up the motor and pulled the cord as a puff of black smoke rose up. The other ones i had leaked all over my counter top. The last one i had was time consuming to clean. This juicer is the answer to my juicing prayers. It looks like the john lennon rolls royce of juicers. Not just any rolls royce the john lennon rolls royce of juicers. There is jug for pulp and jug to catch juice. Not fill one cup and then let juice drip on the counter until the other cup is under the outlet. The jug fits over the outlet and the juice does not spray all over. The blade is ceramic instead of a steel blade. Which seems less dangerous to me cleaning up. It doesn’t vibrate on the counter as other juicers i have had in the past.
As someone who has had a juicer of one sort or the other for the last 50 years – from cheap to pro – i recommend this one. Solid and sturdy, fast and effective, this machine is much more than just a pretty body. The motor is quiet for a powerful motor, it has a large capacity for continuous juicing and most important, the pulp is dry. This means you are getting all the nutrients from your produce and little goes to waste. Use the pulp for soup if you like, or baking projects. Spend a little extra to get a great juicer. Kitchenaid quality and reliability.