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Do low-end juicers break down a lot?
Posted by: Delta223 ()
Date: April 10, 2015 11:34PM

I'm in Thailand and had constant trouble with low-end blenders in the $30 breaking down after a couple months, until I finally saved up for a 2500 baht ($70) 1.5 hp blender which has worked flawlessly for over a year now.

My next investment will be in a juicer. Just wondering if juicers will have the same issue with the lower end units, or if they are inherently a more reliable design.

Re: Do low-end juicers break down a lot?
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: May 01, 2015 08:52PM

That would depend on the type of juicer and what you juice but there is a major difference in the volume and quality of juice you get between a cheap and a high quality juicer - most especially with leafy veggies.

In the US, where high quality organic produce is very expensive, it is much cheaper, in the long run, to invest in a high quality juicer as there is so much less wasted produce due to low juice yields.

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