Things to Consider Before Buying the Best Cold Press Juicer

Things to Consider Before Buying the Best Cold Press Juicer

Shopping for a cold press juicer is a fun activity that many customers love. You get to see new products on the market and learn about their handy features and specifications. However, it can be frustrating and tiring too, especially if you are buying a product for the first time.

Without enough knowledge, you could waste money on low-quality juicers that don’t last for very long. If you want to make sure that you purchase the best cold press juicer on the market, here are the things you should consider:

Types of Juicers

Before you put anything on your cart, take note that there are different types of cold press juicers to consider. Specifically, the two main types of cold press juicers are masticating juicers and centrifugal juicers. Read on to know the difference between the two:

  • Masticating Juicer

Masticating juicers are also known as slow juicers which press and crush the juice out of fruits and vegetables. This process occurs slowly as the augur that rotates slowly as it presses the fruits and vegetables to the filter. The slow speed of masticating juicers helps them operate better with less noise. At the same time, it helps them squeeze out more juice which is more equivalent to the ingredients’ weight. This way, you can make the most out of your juicy ingredients as well as get your money’s worth out of the fruit.

However, even masticating juicers vary in price depending on their additional features. In this case, you can choose whether you want a vertical, a horizontal, or a twin gear juicer. Vertical juicers are best for soft fruits while horizontal juicers are best for wheatgrass and leafy greens. Lastly, the twin gear juicers are best for leafy greens and wheatgrass if you want to produce juices with superior quality.

  • Centrifugal Juicer

Unlike masticating juicers that use an auger to crush and press the juice out of the ingredients, centrifugal juicers use blades. The blades spin at high-speed while pressing against the machine’s mesh filter. Therefore, they are no doubt faster than masticating juicers when it comes to getting the juice out in record time. This speedy process also helps them separate the ingredient’s juice from their pulp which is sent straight into a different container.

Moreover, centrifugal juicers are typically designed with 2-speed options: one for hard and another for soft ingredients. On the other hand, centrifugal juicers tend to make a lot of noise whereas masticating juicers operate with less noise. These juicers are not that efficient either when it comes to juicing soft fruits and leafy greens. It’s because these juicers produce too much heat which destroys the important enzymes and nutrients in the juice.

  • Ease of Use and Maintenance

No one wants to get stuck with a machine that takes forever to set up and clean. If you’re always on the go for work or leisure, this is an important thing to consider. Make sure that the cold press juicer you pick is easy to operate, easy to clean, and easy to assemble. Of course, this also means that it shouldn’t give you a hard time disassembling it when it’s due for a cleaning. The less time you can spend on setting up the machine and cleaning it after use, the better.

  • Large Feeding Chute

This may be the last thing that other juicers would consider, but it can actually save you more time. Basically, a large feeding chute allows you to simply put an entire fruit in it and spend less preparation time. If you can’t fit in an entire fruit or vegetable, it should at least fit an apple that’s cut in half.


Are you excited to shop now that you know the important things to consider? Regardless of the type of cold press juicer you want, make sure that get the right amount of nutrients. Whether you prefer juicing fruits or vegetables only, what matters most is its great benefits for your overall health.



Author: Alisha Land

Alisha started writing as a teenager for her high school newspaper in North Carolina. Her love of writing turned into a career that has lasted over 2 decades and is still going strong. When she is not with her kids, she spends any spare time she has enjoying nature and children's photography and working on a series of children's safety books.

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