New RAIN Two-Speed Mechanical Vertical Electric Cold-Pressed Slow Chewing Juicer Watermelon Lemon Juice Squeezer Hand-Pressed Orange Juice Squeeze Artifact/A for reviews

Are you looking for a quick and effortless way to make new, healthy juices?

  New RAIN Two-Speed Mechanical Vertical Electric Cold-Pressed Slow Chewing Juicer Watermelon Lemon Juice Squeezer Hand-Pressed Orange Juice Squeeze Artifact/A is the good model to choose.

In this buying guide, you will find different juicer models to create your own fruity concoctions at home. These devices can handle just about anything from small lemons and large grapefruits to oranges, of course.


New RAIN Two-Speed Mechanical Vertical Electric Cold-Pressed Slow Chewing Juicer Watermelon Lemon Juice Squeezer Hand-Pressed Orange Juice Squeeze Artifact/A


Product deatil

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*This ZOKOP slow juicer can definitely meet your needs. The Vertical Slow Juicer has a low speed of 45-60 RPM which prevents oxidation and preserves the live enzymes, nutrients, and essential vitamins destroyed by friction or heat, up to 90% juice yield! it can separate the juice and pulp with slow speed in a few minutes, such as extracting gingers, celery, wheat grass, oranges and other fibrous fruits and vegetables.
1. Large Feed Chute: 3.5 inch large feed chute easily accepts larger pieces of fruits and vegetables and smaller feed chute for strip shape ingredients. Greatly reduces preparation and cleanup time. Less chopping of the ingredients also helps to reduce oxidation.
2. Higher Nutrition: At low speeds of 45-60 RPM minimizing heat build-up and oxidation. Over 90% Nutrition and 70% vitamins are well preserved. The juicer machine will reserves the vitamins, enzymes, minerals, trace minerals and nutrients with less heat and friction. Less foaming and no clogging.

Masticating juicer vs centrifugal

Before choosing your new masticating juicer, it is essential to understand how these tools work. In this way, it will be much easier to find the model that best suits your needs!

Functionality and versatility

Unlike similar machines such as blenders, a masticating juicer does not use heat to process the ingredients you insert. Its operation is, in fact, much more straightforward but no less critical or performing.

  • Generally, these machines have a vertical structure. There is a lid with a tube explicitly designed to insert fruit and vegetables in the upper part. The latter are pushed through an instrument called a tamper inside the machine.
  • When you start the extraction process, a mechanical part known as an auger comes into play. Its shape is reminiscent of a large screw and its function, after all, since it finally rotates on itself. It is this movement that allows the extractor to be pushed between the filter meshes.

Masticating juicer vs centrifugal juicer

How many of you before buying a juice extractor or a juicer, wondered which of the two was better? I am almost sure that 90% are afflicted by this doubt. Still, today I will try to clarify your ideas with some consideration about it and as usual the pros and cons of both appliances.

Differences between masticating juicer and centrifuge

Power: The centrifuges have a capacity of about 1000 W, while the masticating varies between 200-400 W, this does not mean that the former consumes more electricity, as consumption also depends a lot on how much they are used and how much the motor strives to power the appliance. Having more ability, a centrifuge will extract the juice in about 5 minutes, while a masticating in about 15 minutes.

Extraction speed: The Masticating juicers use motors with velocities between 40 and 100 rpm, while the centrifuges also reach 15,000 rotations per minute. Usually extracting the juice from fruit and vegetables more slowly tends to have better results in terms of yield and flavor, not quality. So even at such high speeds, the enzymes are not destroyed, since the temperature inside the centrifuge never exceeds 45-50 degrees, the temperature at which they begin to beat.

 

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