"Juiceman's 3-in-1 tackles a lot but is too complex"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Juiceman's 3-in-1 tackles a lot but is too complex
Most basic juices out there can only do one thing and that's process produce into something you drink.
The Juiceman 3 in 1 is however is different.
In addition to acting as a traditional Centrifugal juicer, this machine also acts as a travel blender as well as a citrus juicer.
Citrus juicers are different from centrifugal juicers in that they ream citrus that you cut in half.
And that That enables you to get more juice out of them, rather than just mashing and smashing them apart.
I definitely like that this juicer offers the capability of performing all these different types of functions.
What I don't like is that you get So many different parts, almost 15 parts that are separate from the actual base, and that is just way too much to keep track of.
The biggest problem with this juicer is that it doesn't juice well.
It doesn't pull as much juice from produce, leafy greens, citrus, or any type of produce.
As other centrifugal juicers.
And it doesn't even come close to a slow-press masticating juicer.
All in all, it's nice to have three products in one and all that flexibility.
But honestly, it doesn't
Doesn't do the job it's made to do, which is juice.
And for that, you're spending a lot of money.
And you're probably better off getting something that is a little bit less expensive.
Or something that juices a lot better.
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