|Manufacturer||Breville ( Refurbished)|
|Output Wattage||1000 Watts|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Manufacturer||Breville ( Refurbished)|
|Item model number||RM-800JEXL|
|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 21.59 x 41.91 cm; 7.01 Kilograms|
Breville RM-800JEXL Die-Cast Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor (Renewed)
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- This Certified Remanufactured product is tested & certified by Breville to look and work like-new. The product is backed by a 6 month warranty
- 1000-watt juicer with 2 speed controls, high (13,000 rpm) and low (6,500 rpm)
- Die-cast steel housing; stainless-steel micromesh filter; titanium-plated cutting disk
- Circular 3-inch feed tube accommodates whole fruits and vegetables. Pulp container, juicing pitcher, and manual/recipe book included; dishwasher-safe parts
- Locking arm bolts move up to 1/4" in all directions to ensure a snug fit in the locking arm
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Breville Juice Fountain Duo. Juice and puree in one machine. This commercial-quality juicer has a second disc that purees soft fruits for 100% fruit smoothies. Gets the most juice out of a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, from delicate berries to crisp apples.
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Not only is it just a great film in general but it will change the way you look at your everyday diet. It will also help you get the best out of your juicer while explaining the benefits of FRESH juice.
We saved ourselves $100 by going with this remanufactured unit, and it is nothing short of amazing. Out of the box this juicer is built like a tank. This is not a "bullet" or a "vitamix" this is a full fledged juicer built for everyday use. Stainless steel covers The entire base and all of the moving parts are very solid and assemble and disassemble with the greatest of ease. The plastics they use for the pitcher and pulp catcher are also a very nice quality and should stand the test of time. Even the blade is a made of high grade stainless coated in titanium which should mean years of juicing with no dulling.
Now I could sit here and talk all day just about how beautifully made this thing is, but we're all here to see how well this thing works. To be honest I haven't used a piece in my kitchen this much since I got a Kitchenaid Stand mixer (and I use the juicer way more).
Assembly start to finish takes just a few seconds.
***TIP*** As many have posted putting a bag in the pulp catcher is key...It will not only save you the time of washing extra items, but it also gives you a way to reuse your bags that you bought your veggies and fruits it!! I'm very keen on reusing things as much as I can.
Once you have everything locked into place you just need clean produce. I must suggest starting with a carrot just to see how incredibly powerful this thing is. It will literally juice the carrot faster then you can grab another and throw it in. Then have a little fun.
As a rule of thumb through juicing I have noticed that I try to steer clear of mixing veggies and fruits. Something to do with the way body digests alkalines vs acids. Lots of exceptions like apples and melons, so I use those and carrots to sweeten my vegetables. Generally though my vegetable juices are all vegetables and the same with fruits.
***TIP*** Try to juice things like kale, carrots, radishes, romaine, spinach, arugula (as a general dark green is the most nutrient rich)...stay way from lettuces and tomatoes as they don't juice very well. Fruits like oranges, bananas, and mangoes are best left to blending and not juicing as they just don't produce as much and you lose more of the fruit then you gain from it. Great fruits are pineapples, apples, strawberries, watermelon, honeydew, anld pomegranate seeds (a pain to clean but actually gives a great amount of juice and TONS of flavor)
I did a 14 day fast with no real solid foods short of nuts and the occasional french fries to keep my sugars up. I felt weak and fairly tired the first 6/7 days. However after I reached the one week mark I started to feel great. No need for caffeine in the morning and no real desire to eat fatty foods, snacks, or meats. I know this is a review for a juicer, but for anyone considering juicing I figured I'd lay it all out.
This juicer has made it so easy to follow this kind of diet that I couldn't see myself giving it up for ANYTHING else on the market. I've seen the knockoffs and "blender-juicers" and they are pail in comparison to this machine. Nothing will juice better than this and if you have the willpower to juice this machine makes it easy to do.
Juice loses lots of its nutrients when left to get warm or left unfrozen for more then a few hours. So buy a few cases of water and reuse the water bottles to make frozen juices. You can usually have them thawed in about 2 hours, so if you plan your day out accordingly these ready-to=go juices can be very handy and help you keep on track to your goal!!
About 10 days into the fast, I stumbled upon the film Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead by Joe Cross. It truly reinforced my decision to do the fast. Today is day 36.
When my husband decided to try the fast, I ordered a refurbished Breville Juice Fountain Elite. (He does not have the time required to use the Green Star before work.) It just arrived today. Now, I do not like 'reviews' that go like this: 'I'm so excited I ordered this! It should come any day now!! 5 Stars!!' So please excuse the hastiness of this review. The reason for it is, after unpacking, cleansing, and assembling it, I could not resist the temptation to try it. The normal recipe we use it: 2 large kale leaves, 1 large cucumber, 2 small apples, ginger, and the last 1/2 inch of a pineapple thrown in. The Green Star took at least 10 minutes and a lot of elbow grease to force the produce into the inner maw of the machine. This Breville took less than 45 seconds! The juice POURED out. Admittedly the Green Star has dryer pulp. I reran the pulp into the machine and got a TBL of extra juice, so it's up to you whether or not to do so. Then the taste test! Would this juice taste like the compost sludge I've been downing for the past 36 days in desperation? Or merely like primordial ooze? I bravely sipped. What a surprise! Pleasure!?! From a green juice? I wanted to cry from happiness. This juice tastes wonderful! And not thick and slimy textured! (I'm sorry; I hated the Green Star juice so much I can't think of it any more kindly than this.)
So, I have a glass of juice at my desk, sipping it and enjoying it thoroughly.
Oh, and it is very easy to clean. Assembly is a no-brainer. And it is very quiet.
And FYI, in 36 days I lost 22 lb, my daughter lost 30. Wish us luck!
PS I tried a Jack La Layne juicer a few years back and it was flimsy and unimpressive. I gave it to my youngest, who actually wanted the thing.
PPS We live in AZ, and have a lot of fruit trees, including citrus! I can't wait to juice our homegrown fruit!
The only negative I can think of I found that you have to cut apples into squares, width of a full apple jams going down the chute. It would be kinda cool if you could drop the whole apple, orange into it. If I was making gallons of apple juice or orange juice it might get a little tedious.
An update on our juicer. It's only been 1 and 1/2 years and it's toast. Just got a text that it can not be repaired. They will be issuing a refund. Goodie! I'll never buy another one again.