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Best Centrifugal Juicer for the Money

With 2015 rapidly approaching it is time to start thinking about getting in shape.  I know I could use it after the holidays.  If you are looking for an good juicer for beginners, or something a little more reasonable in the pocketbook then consider a centrifugal juicer.  They are the most commonly available and most affordable type on the market today. Its name comes from its use of centrifugal forces to separate liquid from the pulp. Other, more traditional types like the masticating juicer crush and then squeeze the liquid out into a container. When searching for a centrifugal machine, many people often feel overwhelmed by the copious amount available on the market. Which unit is the best under $200? $150? What about the best centrifugal juicer under $100? We’ve tested many, and these are the ones we found to be the best.

Best Under $200

breville juicer Breville Fountain Plus

When it comes to centrifugal extractors, this unit by Breville is undoubtedly one of the best on the market. The JE98XL has a sleek stainless steel exterior that gives it a modern look. It’s not just aesthetically pleasing, this unit is hardy and durable as well. This unit has a powerful and versatile 850-watt motor that operates on two speeds. The lower setting is best reserved for soft produce like oranges, while the higher setting is ideal for stringy vegetables like kale. After using this unit for a few days, one thing became clear: it was built for speed and efficiency.

Often times you have to dice up your fruits and veggies before feeding them into the chute, but the JE89XLs extra wide opening lets you just throw whole apples in. What’s more is that this model can make 8oz of juice in only five seconds! Cleanup time doesn’t take more than a few minutes, thanks to this unit’s economical design which eliminates unnecessary nooks and crannies.

Motor Watts Speed Type Materials/Features Warranty
850 6,500 rpm – 12,000 rpm Centrifugal Polymer Body; Overload Protection; Safety; Large Pulp Container 1 Year Limited

Best Under $150

Cuisinart CJE-1000

Cuisinart CJE-1000Cuisinart is renowned for their excellent kitchen appliances, and this extractor is no different. isn’t hard on the eyes with its sleek body and digital LED interface. Don’t be intimidated by our description, the CJE-1000 is very user friendly. This flexible machine comes with a robust 1000-watt motor that operates on five different speeds, which you would adjust depending on the consistency of your produce. Despite it’s powerful motor, Cuisinart found a way to make this one of the quietest on the market. So quiet that you could continue having midnight juicing parties without bothering the neighbors or waking the kids. Cleaning this unit is a breeze, and it fits nicely on your counter top without taking up much space.

Motor Watts Speed Type Materials/Features Warranty
1000 13,000 rpm Centrifugal Stainless steel; 5-speed; BPA Free; easy unlock Limited 3-year

Best Under $100

Hamilton Beach 67608A Big Mouth

This Hamilton Beach is by far the most affordable, but is not by any means a mediocre. Hamilton BeachThis compact, efficient little extractor has an 800-watt motor that can liquify even the most fibrous vegetables. Most centrifugal machines around this price range did a lousy job at juicing tougher vegetables like broccoli, but all the 67608A left behind was bone-dry pulp. This unit even has an extra large pulp bin to reduce hassle when you’re juicing for two. The 67608A is a great for juicing initiates. It’s affordable, liquifies your produce in a matter of seconds, and is a breeze to clean up with its dishwasher safe parts. The only issue we found with this machine is its loud motor. It’s not any louder than your typical blender, though.

Motor Watts Speed Type Materials/Features


800 10,500 rpm – 14,260 rpm Centrifugal Polymer Body; juice container = 20-oz; steel strainer/cutter 3-year

Centrifugal extractors are fun and easy to use. With so many available on the market, it can be hard to choose a single unit. Luckily for you, we’ve narrowed it down to just three. Whether you’re willing to drop $150 on a sleek, modern Breville or $60 on an entry-level Hamilton Beach, you can’t go wrong.

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