What Is A Centrifugal juicer?

A lot of people are happy to use juicers every single day, but most of them are not aware they own a centrifugal juicer, in fact they don’t always give the type of juicer they’re using a second thought. This is because for the most part, juicers are centrifugal juicers, and they work by chopping and spinning the contents of the jug so you get some tasty juice.

There is another type of juicer, known as a ‘Masticating juicer’, but they are somewhat slower, and many of them crush the fruits and vegetables rather than chopping them up.


Centrifugal juicers are great because they work well, and they have some very fast speeds. Some juicers spin up to an impressive 14,000 RPM, and extract the juices very quickly. This is great for those of us who have busy lifestyles and don’t have time to wait for a slower juicer to give us what we want.

Hard Vegetables & Soft Fruit

Centrifugal juicers are also well-known for being able to chop up both hard and soft fruits and vegetables. The faster the speed, the easier it is for them to chop up those hard vegetables, and the slower the speed the better the juicers are at chopping up soft fruit. This is why a lot of the new juicers that are on the market right now have dual speeds so the user can switch between one speed and another with ease.

The Price Range

You will find there is a huge range of juicers available on the market right now. Some cost as little as $50, while some can cost almost $600. Every single juicer will work in its own unique way, but they will all pretty much do the same job. If you’re looking for a simple juicer that will chop your fruits and vegetables quite nicely, then a cheap juicer may just do the trick. If you’re looking for one that will work silently, chop your food quickly, and give you a lot of really smooth juice in no time at all, then you might want to look at the higher priced range.

The Style

Surprisingly there are a lot of different styles of juicers, you can choose between chic and modern juicers, and retro-styled ones. No matter what your preference is, you can find one to suit your taste and your kitchens’ décor.

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