Andrew James Centrifugal Power Juicer 800W Power | Two Speed Electric Whole Fruit Juicer | Integrated Juice & Pulp Collectors | Easy to Clean | Safety Lock | Healthy Juices | Extra Wide Chute
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It's easy to use and thanks to an extra wide 75mm feed chute, barely any preparation is required - always a plus. EASY TO USE AND CLEAN — Not only is your juicer machine easy to use, but it’s also really easy to clean as there’s a cleaning brush included for your convenience.
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Compact with rubber feet, your Andrew James Slow Juicer Machine takes up little space in your kitchen while being an absolute essential.You can create yummy baby food with strawberries and bananas and you can make a tangy salsa dip with leftover tomatoes. When juicing a great deal of foam was gathered, which takes a while to settle back into liquid form. TIP*– Leftover pulp makes a delicious and nutritious addition to dishes like lasagne, burgers and even cakes!
Non-slip feet keep the machine stable, the safety locking bar ensures the juicer cannot operate unless the lid is securely fixed, protecting the user from the blades, and an auto-shut off feature protects the motor in case of overload. Fortunately, the Andrew James Professional Power juicer is an attractive model with a stainless steel finish.A food pusher is also included so your slow juicer can also effortlessly squeeze tougher vegetables such as carrots, and you can enjoy a variety of tasty juice combinations. This is a difficult statistic to test, but is a testament to the manufacturers confidence in their product. When juicing apples there was quite a lot of froth and the yield was on the low side - some moisture remained in the pulp.