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Heavy Duty Manual Orange Juicer and Lime Squeezer
$110.00 – $120.00
This juicer is very effective, one quick press and every drop of juice is out of the fruit and into the glass
- Extracts The Most Juice Possible: Professional quality most efficient juicer squeezer. Gets the maximum amount of juice from oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits and other fruit, with no seeds. Just pull the comfortable firm grip handle down for the fastest and easiest citrus juicing while your hands stay clean.
- Commercial Grade Hand Press Extractor: Made of durable, heavy duty cast iron with ergonomic design. This stainless steel citrus press juicer uses leverage and gravity to get the job done with little effort. Lever action practically does the work for you. Powerful and secure crusher capabilities. Crush and squeeze a variety of small fruits and veggies in the comfort of your kitchen.
- More Fruits to Enjoy than Your Handheld Juicer: The 5″ (5 inch) diameter cup allows it to be used with various types and sizes of fruit, it can handle most of the largest grapefruit. Easier than hand held juicers known as mexican elbows. You and your family will love the healthy and nutritious juices you can get from apples, pineapple, Meyer lemons, Key limes, limequats, Mexican limes, Eureka or Lisbon lemons, Rangpur or Tahiti citrus limes, from Florida, California or abroad.
- Easy Clean: Wipes clean in seconds, focus more time on juicing than clean up. Featuring stainless steel strainer cup / detachable parts that are dishwasher friendly.
- Secure and Stable: Heavy cast iron citrus juicer with built with rubber feet stays firmly in place to help reduce sliding around, tipping and falling. Even when using as a pomegranate press juicer.
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Edward Shain –
The juicer itself is magnificent. Heavy, well-manufactured, and visually compelling. It also juices perfectly.There are, however, a few crucial “howevers.” Despite appearing straightforward, the design makes it easy to injure oneself. The suction feet don’t grip. The juicer toppled over several times when the handle was pressed downward. It takes significant effort to press the handle downwards. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it’s not a device for folks whose hands and wrists aren’t up to snuff.It’s far too easy to get one’s finger caught inadvertently. The press handle will fall of its own weight unless fully brought upwards. If one is trying to work quickly, one can find one’s fingers caught as one removes the squeezed fruit from the machine.I love the look, and the machine’s efficiency. It fully juices anything you put in it, but I would NOT buy this again. There aren’t enough safeguards against injury.
Kessie Baier –
Not good! Do NOT buy! We had juiced lemons 3 times and the third time we noticed black specs in it. We took a magnet and it appears the gears of the handle drop little specs of metal into the juice. That sad part is that we had already been drinking it for months from the 2nd time we juiced lemons. I do not recommend this juicer!!!
Amazon Customer –
I used this juicer to process a large quantity of Meyers Lemons which produced (hot water bath) 4 dozen 8oz jars of juice. This juicer worked extremely well. I did not have any issues of it being “tippy” as per other reviewers and I never had any issues of the press falling onto my fingers. Due to the volume of citrus I was juicing, for every cup of juice I used a small spoon to clean out the seeds and any pulp that may have collected in the press area. I also used a small sieve to pour my cup of juice into a larger container just to catch any very small particles that may have travelled with the juice into the cup. The juice that I canned was very clean with no seed or pieces of pulp and with no need to run it through a cheesecloth. After use, the juicer was very easy to clean including the top cap of the press that is fixed and not removable. I am VERY pleased with my purchase and it made the mountain of lemons disappear very quickly. The pictures are only a portion of lemons processed and canned.
Amy & Stuart –
We purchased this a few months ago and waited until we juiced a few hundred fruits to write a review. Here’s what to expect and our thoughts on other reviews we read:It totally works as advertised — we’ve juiced limes, lemons, oranges and tried pressing non citrus fruits because, hey, why not? You get a high yield and if after juicing, you strain it to remove pulp and only slight amounts of pith, it’s just totally solid.The bottom line is we’re big fans, but here are some considerations to see if it’s right for you:1) It’s heavy — about 15lb / .45kg, so keep this in mind for storage and access. We put ours on top of a fridge when we’re not using it, so only one of us can take it down/put it away2) It’s very sturdy, but you’re pulling the lever in a forward arc, so you still have to place a free hand firmly on the juicer to prevent it from tilting forward — we use the rectangular shaped area at the top/back of the juicer. If you place it on your kitchen counter, and have to put your hand on the back to hold it steady, though, you’re going to struggle handling this if you’re shorter than 5’5″ (approximating here, but hopefully this helps). And Zulay, if you’re listening, consider how to add more weight/stability to the rear of the unit to address this in future models.3) The lever is heavy and sturdy, so I understand people’s concern for safety by leaving it in the upright position, but it is slightly balanced more than 90 degrees in the other direction, so my guess is, “if” it is falling forward, people are bumping into it more than gravity taking over. Be alert/careful, but we ourselves are not overly concerned by this.4) Maybe this should have been ranked higher, but you do not have to be very strong to use it. It’s heavy to move around, we definitely need to hold it steady, but don’t mistake the feedback for needing to be a body builder to crush a fruit. The hinges and weight do all the work until the last 1-2 inches of pressing. It requires a little strength, but very non-athletic, non strong people should still be able to press through the fruit.5) Cleanliness and Cleaning — You don’t need an apron per se, but small amounts of juice will spray out of the sides when pressing, so either slow it down to contain the juice, or prepare to wipe up with a quarter sheet of paper towel when you’re done, and of course wipe down the exterior because the acidity will probably cut through the lacquer at some point. The press essentially has three main pieces to clean – the steel press, and the two base pieces (and upside cone-like piece and funnel). The latter two are simple to clean — they drip of course, but you take them out, wash them off and boom, but the press is attached to the unit so it’s a little harder to clean. It’s only touching the outside of fruit, but still…6) We’ve heard the paint is chipping on some units and landing in your juice. This sounds terrible but we’re not seeing it. Our guess is it’s either defective units or the acid from the citrus is causing chipping over time, but if you use a wet sponge…we’ll have to see, but we’re not terribly concerned about this.Our hands are less cramped, we’re juicing more limes faster, and here’s a trick, we’re filling ice cube trays with 1-oz pours of lime juice and freezing them so we can pull them out one margarita at a time and make the juice last longer.Thanks Zulay, and good work on this one!
butterfly queen –
VERY disappointed. This vendor offers different colors of this item. But they do not inform you that those colors are basically spray painted on. The one we ordered came yesterday and these photos are within ten minutes of taking it out of the box. We hadn’t used it yet at all. Note the peeling paint in the first picture. It came out of the box this way. Frankly, I will be throwing this in the garbage and purchasing from a more reputable company that doesn’t spray paint their tools meant to be used in the kitchen for food prep. This is absolutely unacceptable.