- Looks good and is quite compact.
- All parts are dishwasher safe, making it very quick in the morning before work.
- Comes with a little “book” of recipes!
- Comes with a jug and two spouts (one spout for the jug shown in the photo above, the other pointing downwards if you want to press your juice directly into a glass).
- Has two levels, one for harder fruits and veggies and the other for oranges etc
- You can put the entire fruit in with the pips such as apples and pears (note anything with a “stone” in you have to take out first)
- It works!
- You can’t juice soft fruits and vegs like avocado, banana, papaya etc as it blocks the sieve – however as I have a hand blender I don’t find this so bad as you can blend it in your juice afterwards.
- It’s quite pricey at around 160 euros, and there is actually a model that’s basically the same with a tiny bit less power which is a bit cheaper (HR1869).
As you can see the pros outweigh the cons in my opinion, and I would totally recommend buying one 🙂
Here are also a few tips:
- If you don’t like that particular fruit/veg in a solid form… then you won’t like it as a liquid either! (I almost threw up drinking a celery juice as I absolutely hate celery haha)
- If you’re not drinking it straight away, add a lemon to it so it keeps it’s colour! Otherwise it will go brown.
- If you keep your juice in the fridge for more than a day or two it loses it’s vitamins.
Thanks for reading!