Top Orange Juicers: Breville, Black & Decker, Krups & Two More

Top Orange Juicers: Breville, Black & Decker, Krups & Two More

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Maxwell Ryan
Feb 19, 2015

It's winter time and the best time for sweet, fresh orange juice. No sour stuff! We just had a few gallons this morning at our editorial and tech team retreat down here in Florida thanks to this beast that Scott just bought. Made of die cast aluminum and stainless steel, this juicer easily presses oranges and grapefruits with a near silent engine. A bit of a splurge, but nice. For other choices, head below...

Top Orange Juicers

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This unusually stylish Black & Decker juicer is super affordable and gets rave reviews from Nick Guy at The Sweethome, which means a lot. It has a 34oz capacity and has only recently been upgraded by a newer model, The Juiceman, which costs nearly twice as much, but is apparently Amazon's #1 best seller.


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A pleasing and muscular heavy metal commercial manual press that is nearly identical to the Orangex, but which costs less than half as much. I found this juicer on eBay and it comes in a number of colors.


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Braun and Krups always have great appliances with a solid design, and this is the last one standing as I couldn't find ANY Braun machines currently being sold. This one comes in white and orange for a stylish kitchen experience.


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Okay, these don't juice quite the best, but it's so classic that I love this design anyway. And it's a great size for a small kitchen!


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A late addition from MickeyRoss in the comments below, I had been eyeing this machine but left it out at the last minute. It's now back in. An unknown brand with a pleasing design, medium price and excellent reviews, like this one from Juicersandblenders.com, it juices lemons to grapefruit, is powerful and, added bonus, quiet too.


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