Best Juicers

There's nothing like beating the heat by cooling down with fresh, delicious juice. Juicers are a great way to stay healthy and get all the nutrients you need but most importantly, to have fun. Having friends over? Whip out a cold press juicer to add fresh orange juice to your champagne - and you've got yourself a mimosa. Continue Reading...

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Based on 1,425 reviews
Torus Solo Cold Press Juicer

The Mighty Torus Solo G2 Cold Pressed Juicer

5.0 from 64 reviews

Featured review: Love this juicer. I make lots of different juices green, fruit, carrots and beets, all with no issues. It's very easy to clean . . .

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MOD Cold Press Juicer

MOD Cold Press Juicer 🏆 2024

4.8  (442)
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  • Price (RRP) $479 to $499
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Elizabeth Schroeder
Elizabeth Schroeder
  MOD Cold Press Juicer
Love my new juicerJust got my juicer! Very high quality as I was amazed at the taste of the freshness! Was happy I can add fresh mint and it juices perfectly as well with other herbs. It’s a real game changer since my other juicer went south and had to throw it out. Thanks so much for your help and support on you tube. Very easy to clean and I’m feeling fantastic! Show details ·  1
Optimum H3000

Optimum H3000 🏆 2024

4.9  (142)
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  • Price (RRP) $499
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Roy Wallin
Roy Wallin
  Fair Incentive 2nd Generation
The very best juicerI use this juicer every morning & it’s so easy to use & clean. The large feeder means you don’t have to chop fruit & vegetables very small to put into the machine. It juices any fruit or vegetables with ease & the end result is always great. Show details ·  1
Optimum 600

Optimum 600

4.6  (247)
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  • Price (RRP) $359 to $549
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Layal
Layal
  Fair Incentive Verified 600XXL
Worth the moneyI am absolutely happy with my purchase. It's very easy to use and clean. It does a great job. It's better than all juicer I have used. Show details
Torus Solo Cold Press Juicer

Torus Solo Cold Press Juicer

5.0  (64)
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  • Price (RRP) $299 to $379
  • Number of Speed Settings2
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Lucille Walker
Lucille WalkerNSW
  Gen 1
Breville Juice Fountain Max / Plus

Breville Juice Fountain Max / Plus

4.4  (93)
 Summary
  • Number of Speed Settings2
Harry K.
Harry K.SA4 posts
  Max
Optimum Mamma Mia

Optimum Mamma Mia

5.0  (24)
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  • Price (RRP) $369
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Cate
CateNSW2 posts
  Verified
On the markArrived with out hassle. Product was exactly as advertised. Finished product was quick and delicious. Show details ·  1
Breville Juice Fountain Compact BJE200

Breville Juice Fountain Compact BJE200

4.2  (51)
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  • Number of Speed Settings1
Greg B.
Greg B.
 
Brilliant Juicer. Moderate PriceBest juicer i have used. Ease of clean up best feature. Makes great juice. Leaves dry waste to squeeze. Noisy but does the job quickly. Show details
Magimix Juice Expert 3

Magimix Juice Expert 3

4.4  (37)
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  • Price (RRP) $649
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Vitality
Vitality3 posts
  Fair Incentive Chrome/Black
Oscar Neo DA-1000

Oscar Neo DA-1000

3.8  (62)
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$569RRP
Aye Z.
Aye Z.VIC3 posts
 
Sturdy and reliableI have had this juicer for almost 7 years. Haven’t a had a single problem. Been juicing at least once a day. I love this juicer and I don’t mind the slowness, makes the process more satisfying to watch! Show details
Naturopress Cold Press Juicer

Naturopress Cold Press Juicer

4.3  (18)
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  • Price (RRP) $449
  • Number of Speed Settings2
Zee
Zee
 
Seriously best juicer I have usedI use this juicer everyday without any issues, I don’t think it gets any better this this! Show details
Breville Citrus Press Pro 800CP

Breville Citrus Press Pro 800CP

3.6  (31)
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$369RRP
roger
roger4 posts
 
Biochef Atlas Pro Whole Slow

Biochef Atlas Pro Whole Slow

4.2  (15)
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$475RRP
Milly C.
Milly C.VIC2 posts
 
Where does this exist in the land of Aus?I would like to actually rate this product except I don't know where to buy this product from within Australia either online or in store, if anyone could let me know where I can find one, that'll be great.

Cheers!

BioChef
BioChef   DM   
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Oscar Neo DA-1200

Oscar Neo DA-1200

4.3  (14)
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$639RRP
Drew_Turk
Drew_TurkNSW6 posts
 
Tribest Greenstar Elite Juicer GSE-5000

Tribest Greenstar Elite Juicer GSE-5000

5.0  (9)
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$599.95RRP
Tim
Tim
 
Great product for those with health issueWe have used Green Star Elete for about Ten years for health reasons. We do carrot juice with apples mainly, partly because of the Gerson diet. It is a great product.
Kmart Juicer Large

Kmart Juicer Large

3.9  (10)
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$59RRP
Cmk88
Cmk88VIC3 posts
 
Angel Juicer AG-5500

Angel Juicer AG-5500

3.7  (7)
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$1,995RRP
Ron
RonQLD4 posts
 
Fabulous, heavy duty juicer!Honestly, you get what you pay for. This Angel isn't the cheapest, but she's strong and munches everything. Replaced 3 much cheaper juicers that either smoked, broke or melted their way into our juice. Very happy customers. Show details ·  1
Biochef Axis

Biochef Axis

3.8  (6)
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$389RRP
Motty
Motty
 
Waste of money and vegetablesThe juicer struggles juicing cucumbers and wheatgrass, the pulp stuck inside and needs to be removed manually. Does not juice the vegetables well and the pulp comes out wet.

It is juicing selery quite good, but does not extract the most of the potential of the vegy.

I would have spent few more $ and get better machine.

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Hurom H26

Hurom H26

4.8  (4)
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  • Price (RRP) $649
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Eric Noack
Eric NoackNSW202 posts
  Verified
Kuvings C7000

Kuvings C7000

3.7  (6)
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$799RRP
Helen Mc
Helen McWA3 posts
  Verified
Hurom H100

Hurom H100

4.5  (4)
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  • Price (RRP) $749
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Lailah B.
Lailah B.QLD2 posts
  Verified
Breville the Big Squeeze BJS700

Breville the Big Squeeze BJS700

2.6  (10)
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  • Number of Speed Settings1
Ben
Ben4 posts
 
Biochef Synergy

Biochef Synergy

2.9  (8)
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$249RRP
Kez
KezNSW3 posts
 
Not a good juicer!I’ve used this juicer for over a year and it gives me anxiety. The Shute keeps getting stuck even though I cut the vegies to one cm. It’s a daily struggle and I’m giving up. Sad that it didn’t fulfill its promises. Show details
BioChef
BioChef   DM   
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Breville Juice Fountain Cold BJE430SIL

Breville Juice Fountain Cold BJE430SIL

3.3  (6)
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  • Price (RRP) $419
  • Number of Speed Settings2
Sneha S.
Sneha S.
 
Breville the Juice Fountain Cold Plus BJE530

Breville the Juice Fountain Cold Plus BJE530

4.3  (4)
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  • Number of Speed Settings2
Concerned citizen
Concerned citizen21 posts
 
Kambrook Juice Easy Citrus Press KCP150BSS

Kambrook Juice Easy Citrus Press KCP150BSS

5.0  (3)
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$74.95RRP
Kathy
Kathy5 posts
 
Fantastic productThis juicer is easy to use and clean. It produces a lot of juice. Show details
Russell Hobbs RHSJ100

Russell Hobbs RHSJ100

2.3  (10)
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Alice S.
Alice S.2 posts
 
Total piece of crapWish I'd read the reviews first. You could use it as a food processor, don't expect any juice to come out. Show details
Russell Hobbs
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Semak Vita Juice Cold Press

Semak Vita Juice Cold Press

3.8  (4)
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$490RRP
Fiona
FionaWA2 posts
  VJ2012BK
I love this juicerI mostly juice beetroot and carrots with the odd apple and pear added. This juicer consistently produces the best juice, plus its easy to clean. I had my last model for 8 years and am looking to replace with same. Show details
Omega VSJ843R Juicer

Omega VSJ843R Juicer

2.3  (9)
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$599RRP
Judah L.
Judah L.8 posts
 
Doesn't Last and cant get a replacement as I have to contact the USCan't get it repaired as the company Zesty by Nautre went out of business Show details
BioChef Atlas Slow

BioChef Atlas Slow

2.5  (6)
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$299RRP
Lyndon Batterham
Lyndon BatterhamQLD4 posts
 
NutriBullet Juicer

NutriBullet Juicer

2.0  (9)
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  • Price (RRP) $179.95
  • Number of Speed Settings2
Cara
Cara
 
Not greatWas not impressed heaps of juice stayed in the pulp and heaps of pulp went into the juice Show details
Torus Solo Cold Press Juicer

The Mighty Torus Solo G2 Cold Pressed Juicer

5.0 from 64 reviews

Featured review: Love this juicer. I make lots of different juices green, fruit, carrots and beets, all with no issues. It's very easy to clean . . .

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Is a juicer a good investment?

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Consider buying a juicer if you find yourself agreeing with the following.

You'd like to increase your fruit and vegetable intake.

It's often difficult to eat the recommended two serves of fruit and five serves of vegetables per day, especially if you're short for time.

To up your daily intake of vegetables and fruits, throwing them into your juicer is an easy and fuss-free way to satisfy more of your nutritional needs without having to think about it too much. If you're not a fan of vegetables, and the thought of buying a vegetable or green juicer is a little intimidating, it can be as simple as throwing in a handful of baby spinach. Often this way the other flavours are so overpowering that you don't even notice the taste.

You want to make life easier.

Resting at home on your day off and feeling too tired to leave the house? Switch on the juicer and make yourself a drink. Breville juicers are popular and reliable juicers that many people have added to their homes, as they are particularly known for their ease of use.

Along with having a coffee machine - it's almost like having a cafe in the convenience of your own home. You can save money that you would usually spend on a takeaway coffee or green juice from a juice bar or invite friends over to enjoy your set up. Plus, if you're looking to make a stylish kitchen arrangement, choosing a sleek finish on a juicer, such as effortless black can also be a good way to make your kitchen bench look more like a cafe.

You'd rather not have added sugars in your juices.

Most of the time, store-bought juices come packed with lots of added sugar and using your own fruit juicer is a great way to lower your sugar levels and increase your vitamin intake. By carefully choosing the fruits and veggies you put in your drink, you get to decide which vitamins and nutrients you have, resulting in a much healthier juice.

You can use your juicer to make apple or orange juice - the traditional choices. Or try something different with watermelon and rosewater, the options are endless! You'll discover more recipes and combinations over time.

Should I buy a juicer or blender?

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Juicers and blenders can both be beneficial to your health and either can be used for dieting or living a healthy lifestyle. Juicers can be used for a juice cleanse and a blender can be used to make smoothies for meal replacements.

The main difference between a juicer and a blender is that a juicer will extract nutrients from fruits and vegetables, whereas a blender pulverises fruits and vegetables as a whole.

Most juicers have a pulp collection bin that stores the pulp - but it doesn't have to be destined for the bin. Once you've separated the pulp from the fruits and vegetables, you can then use the pulp to make a healthy, fibrous snack by adding it to granola bars. You can also turn the pulp into veggie broth or add it to baked foods like pasta and lasagne, for an infusion of nutrients.

Foods made using a blender, such as smoothies, are thicker because they include the pulp and fibrous cellulose. Since blenders are designed to produce food with thicker textures than a juicer, they can make food as well - healthy snacks like protein balls and meals like soups. If you don't mind pulp in your juice, a blender is a cheaper option that's also easier to clean.

Some popular juicers even come with a smoothie function, such as the Breville Froojie Juice Fountain, which might not be as effective as a standalone blender but might be a good compromise if you would prefer not to buy both a juicer and a blender.

Types of Juicers

Which is better, a masticating or centrifugal juicer?

Breville centrifugal juicer

Centrifugal juicers are known for their speed and their affordable prices. They use a sharp blade to cut up fruits and vegetables, and because they're so quick, will often generate heat that creates a bit of foam at the top. Centrifugal juicers can get quite loud, so quiet will be something you have to sacrifice if you want your juice instantaneously. So if price is a concern, and you'd like your juice to be ready as soon as possible, these might be a good choice.

Optimum Masticating Juicer

A masticating/cold press juicer works by pressing and squeezing fruits and vegetables as opposed to cutting and can also process frozen fruits.

Masticating juicers are thought to have a higher nutrient content than centrifugal juicers because they don't reach as high of a temperature. This is because heat produces speed which some nutritionists claim breaks down and destroys the nutrients from fruits and vegetables.

Many cold press juicers are also multifunctional, compared to most centrifugal juicers, which mainly make juices. Cold press juicers can help to make baby food, salsa, nut milk/butter, and baby food. Although masticating juicers do tend to cost more than other juicers, they are also quieter and produce a high yield of good quality juice, so if you intend to juice frequently and don't mind the slower juicing time, a cold press juicer can be a worthwhile investment.

Twin gear juicers

Twin gear juicer

Twin gear juicers (pictured on the left) are pretty much the same as a masticating/cold press juicers except that they have two gears instead of one. If you're making a quick brekkie juice for a partner or the whole family, you might consider a twin gear juicer. Yes, you'll still have to wait a bit for your juice, and it will be pricier than other juicers, but you'll end up with double the amount.

Motorised manual-press juicers

Maunual press juicer

A motorised manual-press juicer provides a stripped-back experience of using a juicer. A simple way of juicing, you'll only be able to juice soft fruits and vegetables - plus you'll need a bit of arm muscle. The good news is that once you push the lever down, the motor will kick in and do the rest of the work for you.

Factors to consider when buying a juicer:

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Stainless steel juicers are strong and durable and can handle being knocked around a little. If you're looking for a juicer that is long-lasting and won't break easily, then a stainless steel juicer is your best option. If you're new to juicing and just looking to try one out, then plastic juicers are usually a less expensive option but may be more vulnerable than a stainless steel juicer.

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The centrifugal juicer makes juice fast. Quickly pop in some fruits and veggies like celery into a centrifugal juicer, and you've got yourself a quick and nutritious breakfast. Sip on it while getting ready for work or pack it into a portable cup.

But if you've got a few extra minutes on your hands, it's worth waiting for a cold press juicer to work its magic. Often the result will be higher quality juice, with more nutrition, less foam, and an increased thickness. With a bit of patience, a slow juicer can be worth the wait.

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The speed of a centrifugal juicer creates vibrations which makes it sound louder than other juicers. However, most cold press juicers are so quiet that you might even forget that they're on. If you have friends over and you're trying to talk, you won't be interrupted by a juicer jumping around on the counter, or the loud whirring of a blade chopping up fruits.

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If you leave cleaning your juicer for later, you're probably going to be left with a sticky mess. Choosing a juicer that can be taken apart into individual parts can help speed up the cleaning process and encourage you to start cleaning sooner.

Many centrifugal juicers are compatible with dishwashing machines, which means that as soon as you're finished making your juice, you can disassemble your appliance and pop it in your dishwashing machine.

However, keep in mind most masticating juicers aren't dishwasher safe and will need to be hand-washed. A cleaning brush is usually best for a juicer - and bonus points if you find a juicer that comes with its own brush. The Breville Juice Fountain Plus and the Kuvings C7000 are both juicers which come available with a cleaning brush.

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The twin gear juicer is usually the most expensive type of juicer on the market. So if your goal is to extract all the nutrients you possibly can, or to use your new appliance for a juice cleanse, then it's worth investing in a higher-end model, such as the Greenstar Elite Juicer GSE-5000, which is available at a starting price of $625. This juicer is pricier because with its large chutes and twin gears it's able to produce larger quantities of juice. It's also easy to assemble and clean and is covered by a 12-year warranty.

On the other hand, if you're looking for a budget juicer, Kmart juicers are worth considering. Their cheapest juicer, the Kmart Anko 1L Citrus Juicer, is selling for as low as $15. A highly-rated centrifugal juicer is The Kmart Juicer Large, which is stainless steel, dishwasher friendly, and at only $59, will get your juice ready in no time.

Have a look through our juicer reviews and use the filters on the left and scroll through our top juicer brands, such as Hurom, Sunbeam and Smeg, to find the best juicer for you.

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