Fagor 670041650 Slow Juicer

June 29, 2013 - Comment

The Fagor Slow Juicer precisely extracts the most juice from your food, preserving more of the organic vitamins and nutrients in your juice. The result is a more delicious, healthier glass of juice packed with everything you need to conquer your day. Slow juicing is a process that allows you to consume more fruits and

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The Fagor Slow Juicer precisely extracts the most juice from your food, preserving more of the organic vitamins and nutrients in your juice. The result is a more delicious, healthier glass of juice packed with everything you need to conquer your day. Slow juicing is a process that allows you to consume more fruits and vegetables in one glass than you could eat at one time. There is no oxidation or separation, so it preserves more of the organic nutrients from the food keeps it closer to its natural state. Fresh juice from a slow juicer is absorbed directly into the body so it receives everything you need for optimum health. The Fagor Slow Juicer extracts juice from the fruit or vegetable twice, squeezing the food without shredding or grinding it, helping you to get more juice in your glass. The Fagor Slow Juicer uses less energy, saving you money and helping to lower your carbon footprint. One glass and you’ll experience firsthand the difference between store-bought juice and fresh, healthy goodness.

Product Features

  • The Fagor Slow Juicer extracts juice from fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, wheatgrass and even soybean and almonds
  • The Auger, key component of the juicer, is made from GE Ultem; a durable, high-quality, easy -to-clean material
  • Uses only 150 watts of power; ETL approved in US and Canada
  • The unit comes with a pulp collector, a juice collector, a cleaning brush, user’s manual and recipe booklet
  • 5-year warranty on all parts including the motor

Comments

N.g. says:

Good for most fruits, not your greens This juicer is great for tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, strawberries, apples, pineapple, and I am sure a plethora of others. Things like this I had no problems with at all. The problems.. kale, celery, spinach and surprisingly blueberries. Every time I tried juicing these it would clog. I even tried cutting these items up into half inch pieces and it still jammed! It is VERY inconvenient to be in the middle of making a juice and have to stop, take the whole thing apart, and clear the jam…

R.E.M. says:

Great Juicer Initial thoughts from a couple of days juicing…It does a better job of juicing than the pulp ejection juicer (spinning blade) we had, but the juice has a little more pulp in it (not a lot but noticible). Not that i think that is a bad thing but something to consider. It doesn’t really require you to push the fruit down as the auger crunches and self-feeds the fruit and vegetables if they are in the right size.Cons – somewhat involved cleaning process since it has a lot…

Kim L. says:

Everything it is marketed as I wasn’t too sure about the juicer because it seems like it was recently released and there aren’t too many consumer reports on the item. After having used it a few times I am satisfied with the purchase. The item went up $30 since I bought it, so I don’t know what that is all about. The quality, nonetheless, is there. I would ignore the naysayers that say you can’t juice greens with this juicer. It’s a slow juicer and you have to be careful to follow the included instructions. What is really…

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