Juicer Ratings: Top Rated Juicers

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Juicer Rating Sources

1. ConsumerReports.org Juicers, ConsumerReports.org
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Editors of ConsumerReports.org test a wide variety of juicers by juicing apples, carrots, oranges and tomatoes. They score the models based on how much juice they extract from fruits and vegetables, how much noise they make and how convenient they are to use. The editors note that useful features for a juicer include a wide feed tube (which reduces pre-chopping), a brush for cleaning the filter basket, an interlocking pulp container and a juice container.
2. TheSweetHome.com The Best Juicer, TheSweetHome.com, Aug. 27, 2015
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In this most recent juicer update, Lesley Stockton tested nine juicers, with almost 25 pounds of product. She ultimately picks the Tribest SW-2000-B Slowstar, with Omega as a runner up. Elsewhere on this site, electric citrus juicers are tested. All testing is very thorough and involves research and interviews with experts.
3. Bon Appetit The Best Juicer You Can Buy Is Surprisingly Affordable, Bon Appetit, Dec. 23, 2014
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While they don't name all of the juicers they tested, editors of BonAppetit.com gave a variety of juicers a thorough test drive, and name the top three picks here. Breville centrifugal juicers are the two top picks.
4. Cook's Illustrated Electric Juicers (Juice Extractors), Cook's Illustrated, September 2012
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The editors of Cook's Illustrated test six electric juicers (or juice extractors), which allow you to extract the juice from almost any fruit or vegetable. The juicers are rated for performance, ease of use and cleanup after juicing a variety of fruits and vegetables. Testers also taste-tested the resulting juice after letting it sit in the fridge for three days. Just one model comes highly recommended; four are recommended -- with reservations -- and one juicer is not recommended at all, after earning the lowest scores possible in each category. Elsewhere on this site, electric citrus juicers and manual juicers are also tested.
5. Good Housekeeping Juicer Reviews, Good Housekeeping, March 2013
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Product testers at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute test 24 juicers and rate them for performance, which includes speed and thoroughness of extracting juice; ease of assembly, disassembly and cleaning, and other factors such as expense and instructions. All products are given an up to 5-star grade, and reviews are clear and concise and include pros and cons.
6. Fine Cooking Equipment Review: Manual Citrus Juicers, Fine Cooking
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Maryellen Driscoll tests more than 30 manual juicers on several cases of lemons, limes and oranges. She doesn't name all of the juicers she tested, but she does name her favorites in a few categories, including reamers, all-in-one juicers, juicing funnels and squeezers. Each category includes an explanation of that type of product and why you would use it, then a review of the top pick.
7. Amazon.com Juicers, Amazon.com, As of November 2015
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Amazon.com is an excellent site to learn how a juicer holds up over time. Some juicers earn hundreds or thousands of user reviews and rankings. Inexpensive, manual or small electric juicers are often higher-ranked than much more expensive, high-end models.
8. BestBuy.com Juicers, BestBuy.com, As of November 2015
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BestBuy.com sells a wide variety of juicers, but most doesn't get the sheer number of ratings that products on Amazon.com garner. However, the top juicers may get hundreds of ratings, and the reviews tend to be thorough and include pros and cons as well as a handy breakdown of how many reviewers would recommend the product to a friend.
9. BedBathAndBeyond.com Juicers, BedBathAndBeyond.com, As of November 2015
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BedBathandBeyond.com is a top destination for kitchen appliances, and this website has a good selection of some of the most popular juicers. While the models tend to have fewer reviews than elsewhere, the reviews are helpfully broken down by value and quality, and owners can say if they would recommend the product to a friend.
10. Walmart.com Juicers, Walmart.com, As of November 2015
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Walmart.com is a great resource for looking at reviews of less-expensive juicers and hundreds of different models are listed. Quite a few receive a substantial number of user reviews, but juicers seem to garner lower ratings here than we see elsewhere. Reviewers can also say if they would recommend the juicer.
11. Macys.com Juicers, Macys.com, As of November 2015
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Macy's sells a number of juicers online, including popular brands like Omega and Breville. As usual, reviewers flock to the most popular models, but provide less popular models with only a smattering of comments. Reviews include basic demographic information about each reviewer, and brief comments on their impressions about the juicers in question. There tend to be fewer total reviews here than at other sites.