Breville the Juice Fountain® Duo

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Breville the Juice Fountain? Duo
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $15 Two-Day OR $18 One-Day
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Williams Sonoma Reviews

Pretty good reviews (4.3 out of 5.0) over at amazon and even better reviews (4.4 out of 5.0) over at williams sonoma

My parents bought one of these awhile back, though I think they own the Breville BJE510XL. That thing would juice anything. I was visiting them one weekend and put everything from ice cream to apples to licorice to pizza to more juice through that poor thing and it handled it all like a pro. The biggest downside to this thing is that (like every other home juicer I have encountered) it is a huge pain to clean. This one in particular has about half a dozen different parts that come in contact with liquids or fruit or the pulp that it spits out. Juicing takes seconds, cleanup takes quite a bit longer.

Definitely agree that juicers are a pain to clean but I can’t imagine scraping off licorice. Hah.

mmmm… liquid pizza diet…

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I have one of these. We use it often. It does juice about everything (maybe not sugarcane). The pulp receptacle is an easy cleanup if you line it with a plastic shopping bag. It comes with a brush to get any schmutz out of the screen, and you can always put the parts through a dishwasher if time is an issue. Carrots go through it super fast. I ordered a a carrot juice at a shop once, and and was amazed comparatively at how long it took to get a cup compared to what I make at home.

Personally, I’d wait for Omega’s to pop up again. Also, do your research and make sure you want a centrifugal juicer vs a masticating juicer before you buy. John Kohler is the single best source of information on juicer’s out there. Check out his videos. You’ll learn a lot and he’ll get you pumped on juicing.

I currently have a samson 6 in 1 juicer that looks a bit like a sewing machine, I love it, but don’t love how it looks. would it be crazy to upgrade just because this one looks better?! Hmmmm not sure…

Let me have Breville smart grinder!!!