This juicer was effective in pulling out pure juice. And, the juices were very concentrated. It is true to its promise to get juice from everything. The chrome finish was a definite plus for matching my appliances, which made me not have to always put it away. And, that’s great because this juicer is bulkyit was easy to take apart and clean, a definite step up from the white one i had that always had green stains. The components disassemble was super easymy only wish is that the top of the solid fruit feeder was steel as well. And doesn’t withstand wear well.
I have been using this juicer for 2 years and would not buy another type or model. Like all good equipment, it does what it is intended to do when used properly. I juice carrots, apples, beets and beet greens, kale, collard greens, ginger, celery, cucumbers, pumpkin cubes, and summer squash. I usually make a 1/2 gallon each morning for my wife and myself. Some procedures will make it easier to use. Be aware that juicy fruits, ie. Citrus, melons, mangoes do produce a mushy pulp that will tend to clog the fine filter screen. You have to be careful by checking the screen often to make sure that the pulp is not clogging the screen and the drain opening.
Love my juicer–it is a work horse never leaves the counter–easy to assemble/ dis-assemble/ clean, i’ve only had it bog down on carrots–my fault i’m sure. Lol cost effective, great machine–some parts are not stainless. Which surprised me, but parts are available through the manual. If you are looking for a non expensive solution to restoring your health, this juicer will get you well on your way–hey.Jack lelane one of my first tv memories, he stayed fit and buff into grandparenthood. Here are the specifications for the BUNN Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro Stainless-Steel Electric Juicer:
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- Stainless-steel electric juicer produces fresh juice quickly and easily
- Extra-large round chute; stainless-steel blade and mesh filter
- Whisper-quiet 3,600 RPM motor; patented extraction technology
- Large-capacity pulp collector; non-drip spout; dishwasher-safe parts
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
I wanted to give juicing a try and researched various models but decided that the jack lalanne model was perfect for my needs. I have to say, after several months of using the item i am very satisfied with its capabilities. Adding this to the kitchen has been fantastic and certainly adds to healthy living. The only drawback is that ocassionally the juicer will automatically shut down. When this happens, it takes several minutes for the juicer motor to start again. I’m not sure if this is a safety mechanism built in to the juicer (but i hope so). This has happend only a few times so i’m not toom concerned – and i didn’t overload the drop chute and apply any undue pressure on the grater to stress the motor. Outside of this, i am very satisfied.
Wow, my daughter loves her jack lalanne juicershe owned a deli at one time and all her appliances were stainless steel. She told me her juicer is the brightest, nicest thing in her house, and works like a dream.
Reviews from purchasers :
- This is an excellent juicer!
- Not as I was expecting
- Excellent juicer
The product def does what it supposed to; however, the trash recepticle on the back side doesnt always catch the excess garabage like it should, it is very loud and you have to be super fast between throwing in the items and putting on the top as it will spit the food back out the top. Though the parts come apart easily it is a huge pain to clean as there are so many. And don’t loose or misplace that handle piece or you’ll be out of luck when you want to take it apart to clean it. Def an item that has to be cleaned after every use as well. With all that being said we’ve only used it a couple times, but it does make great juice.
I have owned this juicer for a little more than a month and have enjoyed using it. It is easy to operate, the sound is minimal and clean-up is quick. When cleaning, be sure to clean the hood thoroughly. That is, verify that all of the pulp is out of the crevices. I overlooked this once and it was not pretty. Also, sometimes the juice is leaks out from under the spout, causing a minor mess on the countertop.
Very sturdy and quite unit and is well made. Perfect for juicing carrots and celery, clean up is a breeze. I love this all stainless pro model.
It turns fruits into juice in no time and clean up is not bad once you are done. You will need plenty of fruit to make a good amount of juice.
Product seems to be of high quality, but the whole juicing/cleaning and throwing away so much bulk was not for me. Returned it w/in 30 days for a full refund. So, the ability to return it was a big plus.
After several years it retained its quality.
I am an avid juicer; have been for years. I have owned other brands of juicers, none of them produce juice this clean. The lalanne power juicer pro (stainless steel) is the best on the market hands down. Pulp is dry, juice is clean, and there is almost no foam at all. Anyone else saying different on here either doesn’t know how to properly use a juicer or is getting paid by another company to make false claims. This juicer is the real deal folks. It combines the best features from all centrifugal juicers as well as masticating. And for this price it is a steal. Do yourself a favor and trust me.
Juicing in any form is a messy endeavor and not the easiest thing in the world to do. I am disappointed that the pulp is so wet and that some of my veggies don’t fully grind up in this juicer. I have found only one thing to produce dry pulp and that is a ‘press’ which is a two step process and very laborious, time consuming and messy. Looking forward to better technology to get the job done.
I bought this juicer not really knowing what to expect and i love it. It has safety features, easy instructions, easier cleanup and the results are perfect. You can spend more money on bigger juicers, but you wont get better.
I have been using this for 2 years now and i love it. The stainless steel is easy to clean as long as it is cleaned right away after use (mainly because of the blade and basket) and it doesn’t leave stained in color like the white plastic jack lalanne model that my friend has. I always save my plastic produce bags to use in the pulp collector for easy clean up. The chute is large enough that i am easily able to put full apples, cucumbers, multiple carrots in without an issue. It also is fairly quiet and doesn’t shake violently like a target bought model that my other friend owns. The non drip spout is a great little feature as well. One small complaint is the height of the spout, but i use a pyrex quart measuring cup which sits under the spout perfectly and works out well. My usual recipe is half a lemon, half a cucumber, a small apple, 3 stalks of a heart of celery and a good size piece of ginger. I’ll add carrots, beets, or greens like parsley, collard greens or kale to this recipe at times as well. It has also been very beneficial for my acid reflux, better then any pill.
I love using my juicier every day. Its easy to use, but a pain to clean. Since i started substituting a juice for breakfast and lunch (along with healthy snacks in between) ive lost 10 pounds in one month. Either meal so i was starving by dinner time. Now i still get nutrients and vitamins and have lots of energy. With only that little change i feel better than ever. So happy with the results, and am exited.
I received the jack lalanne pjp about 3 weeks ago, and my family & i have been using it every day since thenit’s quiet, efficient, and the stainless steel styling makes it gorgeous. We’ve really enjoyed experimenting with it by combining different fruit and vegetables to make various healthy concoctions. One of our favorites is to combine 1 peeled orange with a full apple plus a carrot or two. It’s kind of fun to just toss a hunk of fruit down the chute, then watch all the delicious, fresh juice just shoot out of the front of the machine. Even the kids love itcleaning it up is actually pretty easy, too. Once you get a system going. I guess the only bad thing is all the money we’re spending on fruits & veggies nowbut if you’re considering ‘the juicing lifestyle,’ i personally think you’ll be extremely happy with this powerful, sexy machine.
Indeed it is super quite and easy to clean, although some components are to big and not easy to handle if you don’t own a dish washer. The juice is fine and clean, but be aware of what kind of vegetables/fruits are you trying to juice, for instance: it works very good with carrots, celery, apples and pears; but not that good with lettuce or spinach. So, be careful trying to get juice from any kind of ‘leaves’, ’cause you won’t wet almost any from them. In my case, the best way i have found to combine all the ingredientes i want in my morning smoothie is by getting the juice (from vegetables/fruits with similar texture of my example) on the power juicer and then using a blender to mix any kind of ‘leaf’. Now i am wondering if it worth my money if i still have to use one extra device to get my morning juice (??).
With any juicer there is a lot of pulp cleanup. This is nice and very sturdy. The pieces are easy to clean, but it does make a ton of pulp when juicing items.
I searched all over the internet for the best juicer for the best price. After studying all the reviews, i bought a jack lalanne pjp power juicer pro about a month ago. I use it twice a day–i make a green drink every morning and fruit juice smoothie every evening–and i love it. It is totally worth the money, is very easy to use, and easy to clean. For those people who are worried about how much clean up time is required (like i was), don’t be; it only takes a few minutes. I recommend washing it immediately after juicing so the pulp won’t dry in the juicer. Also, put a small plastic bag (trash bag, grocery store bag, etc. ) in the pulp catcher & that cuts clean up time in half. If i’m rushed, i just put it in the dishwasher.
I like this juicer a lot, however, it does tend to clog when there’s too much pulp. I think it could use a different spout. And, i have to break up celery and feed it in last or the fibers get stuck in the blades and it can’t finish with the other vegetation.