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Breville Juice Fountain Compact Juicer Review: Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain

If you are shopping for a compact juicer, then Breville juice fountain compact juicer BJE200XL may be a perfect choice for you. Breville is an excellent brand, well known and respected in the juicing world, and this little juicer is no exception.

You can enjoy an 8-ounce cup of juice in just five seconds – faster than any other juice extractor – thanks to the unique cyclonic system of this full-function juice fountain. Its powerful 700-watt motor operates at 14,000 RPM for maximum extraction and fast results. The juicer is beautifully designed, with saving your precious kitchen counter space in mind: the compact juice fountain measures only 9-1/2 by 8-3/4 by 16 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.

Breville BJE200XL is easy to use and clean. All removable parts wash up quickly by hand or in the dishwasher, and a custom cleaning brush is included. Plus, the unit’s internal pulp container assembles in seconds and juices 1-1/2 quarts of apple juice before it needs to be emptied.

The filter and cutter system are so powerful that pineapple can be juiced with the rind on!  The juice machine’s extra-large 3-inch feed tube makes it easy to juice whole fruits and vegetables – no need to waste time on cutting them into pieces.

This juicing machine really makes it easy to add juices to your diet every day!

Read some testimonials from people who purchased this Breville compact juicer
Breville BJE200XL

WOW – Way better than expected!

I juice at least once a day as I primarily eat raw foods.

My Jack LaLane juicer finally wore out after 2.5 years of daily use. I was tempted to buy another – but I liked the way everything including the pulp catcher is all in one unit. So glad I got the Breville.

This thing is POWERFUL, especially compared to “Jack LaLanne”. It is so powerful I usually don’t even use the pusher except to cover the top so your ceiling doesn’t get covered with stuff. Other reviewers have mentioned that tendency. What wasn’t mentioned is that the reason it does that is because the motor is so beefy that stuff will shoot straight up.

When juicing soft stuff I immediately cover the top with my hand. The design of this thing is absolutely first rate. Even down to the plug, which has a molded loop so that it is easy to unplug and plug in! No tool is required to remove the basket, as in most other juicers. Breville uses a combo of ingenious design and magnets to hold it in place!

Ease of use and fit and finish is perfect.

Clean up is really a 2 minute operation and I don’t even own a dishwasher.

It will stain eventually, as every juicer I have ever owned does. Carrot juice would make a great dye :-) The pulp on this juicer is a bit wetter than the Jack LaLanne. The “Jack” had a much larger basket and a much slower rotation. I believe that may account for it. But it isn’t much wetter – just very slightly.

This juicer makes much smaller pieces of pulp though – and my experience so far has been that it gets just as much juice from a pound of carrots. Bottom line – I can’t imagine anyone not loving this unit.” By Ed Osworth “The Joy Professor” (Lowell, Oregon Forest)

Amazon.com: Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain: Kitchen & Dining

Read more articles on this Juicer Recipes and Juicing for Health blog. Some of my favorite recipes include Fresh V8 Juice Recipe, Watermelon-Grape Delight and Apricot-Mango Ambrosia. If you still don’t have a juicer and are considering getting one, read my review of my favorite juicing machine: Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor and read How to Make Juice Without a Juicer Using a Blender?

1 Comment

  1. April

    I have yet to truly identify the benefits of juicing vs. blending. Is this strictly a philosophy choice as most of the comments related to blending are focused around not “wasting” the pulp and fiber. I was given a very high end Bosch juicer a few years ago and the clean-up just wasn’t worth it. Not to mention the juice doesn’t seem to want to stay in my body very long.

    .-= April´s last blog ..Healthy Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies =-.

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