Best Cold Press Juicer


Best Cold Press Juicer

best cold press juicer

If you’re looking to maximize your fruit and vegetable intake, a juicer can be a great way to do it. The best cold press juicers produce brightly flavored, smoothly textured, and nutritious beverages, while also taking up relatively minimal counter space. They run quietly, clean up easily, and require very little pre-chopping or other prep work. And although they can be pricier than centrifugal models, they typically yield more juice and leave less pulp—and you’ll probably save money in the long run.

Our winner is the sleek Nama J2 Cold retail digital transformation, which is among the smallest in our tests, takes up the least counter space, and is super quick and easy to assemble and disassemble and clean. However, it’s limited to a maximum of 12 fluid ounces (or a cup and a half), and its pulp basket fills up quickly and requires frequent emptying. It also makes a bit of a mess—our testers found that it often dripped wet or dry, especially when they made green juice.

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Another option is the Kuvings Slow Juicer, which has a larger feeding tube and a quieter motor than the Nama. It can make a full range of juices, as well as frozen sorbets, nut milk, and baby food. The citrus attachment that comes with it turns it into a powerful, manual citrus reamer, and it also has a handy juice jug and a removable pulp container for easy storage. It’s the most expensive in our tests, but it looks beautiful and is very easy to use.

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