What juicer should I get?

What juicer should I get?

There are two types of juicers on the market, but What juicer should I get?. This post is going to talk about a couple of great (but pricy) ones. We would love if you can comment below and recommend other juicers that you may use to other readers and suit any budget.

Centrifugal – These cut the produce and spin around at great speed propelling the juice out. These juicers are traditionally faster, can take large bits of fruit/veg,  but take out less juice and cause some oxidation of the juice.

Masticating  – These juicers are the ones us real juicing nerds use. They are slower, normally need you to chop up the food. But they do produce a more nutrient dense juice with less oxidation.

Hurom has recently brought out a fantastic new masticating juicer called the Hurom 700, you can read more about this here on this website – http://www.juicers.ie/hurom-hu-700-slow-juicer-premium-hh-series-silver-chrome-hh-dbg06-Ireland/

This is a variation of the one I have been using for the last 4 years with no problems. Other than the juice being a little pulpy after 2 years. I just strain it now. Takes longer again. But the juice is delicious. This is an upgraded model and I will be demonstrating in our juicing events.

This product retails for €399, this includes free delivery in Ireland on a 2 day service, from what we can tell this is the best price in all of Europe at the moment! (its £349 /€420 in the UK).

The Samson 6 in 1 (€209) and Samson Advanced (€249) are hard to beat – http://www.juicers.ie/products/Samson-Advanced-Series-Multi-Purpose-Juice-Extractor-GB-9005-and-GB-9006.html

Special offer from Juicers.ie

The first 10 elbowroom customers €25 off the Hurom 700 by using the following discount code on their website – M9Y44HA8889

And a  €20 off the Samson Juicers by using the following discount code on their website – NSUD79YR1QRG

Please recommend any juicers that you currently use to our readers. Happy Juicing.

About the author: Lisa Wilkinson

Lisa Wilkinson

Lisa opened The elbowroom in February 2003. Mother to Tuilelaith and Sean, director of The elbowroom and with a crew of over 60 staff, she is a busy bee. Lisa leads a team committed to bringing health and vitality to all of her clients. Lisa currently teaches in our yoga training programs and oversees pregnancy yoga and mum & baby yoga. Lisa works hard developing healthy food choices for Yin & Tonic @ The elbowroom. She specialises paediatric and pregnancy with workshops, yoga therapy, and craniosacral therapy.

The elbowroom has an extensive range of classes for all ages and abilities. We offer such an eclectic mix to enable you to find something that will suit you. If you need any advice, please contact our class advisor who can point you in the right direction.