The Jack Lalanne power juicer machines have become very popular juicers. This is not just because of the famous and frequently aired infomercial about the power juicers, starring Jack LaLanne himself, but because the power juicers harbor some genuinely great features. So what is that is loved about the power juicer?
First of all the price of the power juicers is a great deal. The power juicer classic which is the entry model cost just $100 with the top end model, the power juicer elite, costing just $150. These are the prices from the official website, if you look on amazon or eBay you will often find them even cheaper. The motor in all the power juicer models is also guaranteed for 1 year.
The large feeding shout is a core feature of the power juicers at 3″ wide. When the power juicer machines first came out this was the largest feed chute you could find on any juicing machine. It is still the largest, although a few other brands now also feature the 3″ wide feed chute in an effort to compete. The great thing about a feed chute of this size is that it really does cut down on prep time. Small apples, smaller oranges, kiwis, carrots and other best stuff for juicing all fit in whole without any need for halving or quartering before hand. Even large fruits and vegetables only require a cut or two, in most cases, for them to fit.
The powerful motor is another key feature. It runs at an impressive 3600 RPM to spin the surgical quality stainless steel blade that is featured in every model. This combination of motor and blade makes for a very easy juicing experience. Fruits and vegetables go through with little effort, even the tougher guys like beets and sweet potatoes are no problem. So ease of use is a definite big plus for the power juicers.
The other main key feature is how quietly it operates. Now I want say that it doesn’t make any noise but there has been a lot of effort put into this machine to make it as quiet as possible and it is noticeable. I have not used any other juicing machine that is not at least twice as noisy as the Jack LaLanne power juicer.