What are the absolute best juicers on the market?
Buzzrake set out to answer this question, by collecting and analyzing thousands of online opinions about juicers. Each model was given a cumulative score, based on the factors users discuss most often: performance, usability, cleanup, quality and noise level.
Aside from determining the best models out there, we came across some interesting insights:
- Masticating juicers rock. For the most part, masticating juicers have much higher cumulative scores than their centrifugal counterparts. They are also said to be quieter and far more versatile, working well with soft fruits as well as leafy greens and nuts. However, if you're just planning to make orange juice or lemonade, you may be better off with a low-cost citrus juicer.
- No need to spend a fortune. Opinions show that it's not necessary to shell out the big bucks in order to get a really great juicer. Notwithstanding, as prices for masticating juicers typically start at around $100, there are very few decent budget models to choose from. With a few exceptions, the best juicers are all in the $150-$300 price range.
- Some brands are simply better than others. Among the numerous juicer brands, Kuvings takes 1st place by a landslide. Hurom, Tribest and Omega are all on the top of the list as well. Users recommend staying away from Juiceman and Black & Decker.
Following is the list of the best-rated juice extractors on the market, based on their cumulative user-rated scores.