The Different Types of Juicers Available (A Lengthy Comparison)

Looking to get into the juicing scene? There are a lot of different types of juicers to choose from and they all have their own perks (and disadvantages) to make things even more complicated.

I have not been deep into the juicing scene for a long time but I have been around long enough to actually own a lot of these juicers.

I have used juicers from all styles and I have come to understand that they all are useful.

Before I get into the meat of this post I want to run you by my list of all the different styles of juicers on the market these days and then later on this page I’ll give you a more substantial summary of each kind of juicer.

Finally, each style of juicer is filled with a ton of products which are all competing for your almighty dollar. I’ll point you to other pages on this site that can help you decide what juicer is right for you and your budget.

Considering I usually have 6 different juicers in my kitchen at any given point in time I know that there is no one-size-fits-all product.

There is no “best juicer for all”.

The Different Types of Juicers (in List Format)

  • Citrus Juicers
    • Citrus Reamers
      • Manual Reamers
      • Electric Reamers
    • Citrus Presses
      • Manual Citrus Presses
      • Electric Citrus Presses
  • Centrifugal Juice Extractors (Electric)
  • Masticating Cold Press Juicers
    • Electric Cold Press Juicers
    • Manual Masticating Juicers

As you can see there are a number of options available and they can get confusing especially when you start to consider price points, build quality, and versatility.

For instance, a manual citrus reamer may be pretty cheap but its nowhere nearly as versatile as a centrifugal juice extractor… even still though, the manual reamer may be a better bet for you!

Lets look at each style of juicer in greater depth and start learning who might benefit from each one, and what people may want two!

The Different Styles of Manual Juicers

post to be continued…

By | June 9, 2018