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Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer review:This cold-press juicer costs too much

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MSRP: $439.00
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The Good The Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer effectively extracts liquid from citrus and hard fruits and vegetables. The cold-press juicer also runs quietly compared with noisy centrifugal machines.

The Bad The Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer has trouble pulling juice from leafy greens. It's also expensive and has a complicated design and hand-wash-only accessories.

The Bottom Line Avoid the complex and troublesome to clean Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer in favor of better performing models such as the Omega J8006.

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5.7 Overall
  • Performance 6
  • Design 6
  • Features 5.5
  • Maintenance 5

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With a sticker price that's higher than many premium cold-press models, the $439 (£256, $649 AU) Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer will certainly make a negative impact on your budget. Unfortunately while the large and expensive machine plays the part of a luxury juicer, its performance misses the mark, which makes it an unwise purchase compared with competing juicers such as the $300 Omega J8006.

The first thing you'll notice about the Hurom H-AA is that it comes with numerous accessories such as strainers, even gadgets for preparing ice cream and pressing homemade tofu.

Included with the Huron H-AA juicer are lots of parts and accessories.

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However, all that extra equipment results in a kitchen gadget that's overly complex to assemble and break down. The Hurom H-AA's many moving parts are not dishwasher-safe either and must be washed by hand which makes keeping the whole apparatus clean a big headache. The design of this appliance is extremely similar to another product, the $200 VonShef Premium Slow Masticating Juicer, which I also found a chore to use and wash.

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