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Best Juicer Reviews UK 2020 – Which one is our Top Choice?

Last Updated On September 28th, 2020

With all types of new health studies out there, people are focusing in on their diet and wellness more than ever. Many are changing their exercise routine or what they consume on a daily basis. While many people understand the role a healthy diet plays in their overall wellness, it can be difficult to get all the necessary nutrients with a busy and hectic schedule. Incorporating freshly made juices can fill in some of those missing nutrients. And using the right juicer can make a huge difference. In this article, we’ll reveal our picks for the best juicer in the UK to help you get started.

Our Favourite Juicers Compared

Editor's Chocie
Philips Viva Collection Compact Juicer with Quick Clean Technology, 1.5 Litre, 500 W - Black - HR1832/01
Luxury Choice
Sage 800CPUK the Citrus Press Pro - Silver
Best for Whole Fruits
Duronic Juicer JE10 Whole Fruit and Vegetable Juicer Powerful 1000W Large Feeding Tube Centrifugal Power - Juicer Machine
Best for Vegetables
Powerful Masticating Juicer for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Fresh Healthy Juice, Sorbet, Ice Cream, Wide Mouth 75mm Feeding Chute, BPA Free, 240-Watt, Cold Press, Black Stainless Steel Fridja f1900
Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection Compact
Sage Citrus Press Pro
Duronic JE10
Fridja F1900 Masticating
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Dimensions
15 x 17 x 31 cm
19.3 x 26.2 x 35.6 cm
27 x 11 x 41 cm
15 x 20 x 49 cm
Power
500 W
110 W
1000 W
240 W
Speed
1
1
2
1
Weight
1.86 kg
5.36 kg
4 kg
6.2 kg
Editor's Chocie
Philips Viva Collection Compact Juicer with Quick Clean Technology, 1.5 Litre, 500 W - Black - HR1832/01
Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection Compact
Dimensions
15 x 17 x 31 cm
Power
500 W
Speed
1
Weight
1.86 kg
Luxury Choice
Sage 800CPUK the Citrus Press Pro - Silver
Sage Citrus Press Pro
Dimensions
19.3 x 26.2 x 35.6 cm
Power
110 W
Speed
1
Weight
5.36 kg
Best for Whole Fruits
Duronic Juicer JE10 Whole Fruit and Vegetable Juicer Powerful 1000W Large Feeding Tube Centrifugal Power - Juicer Machine
Duronic JE10
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Dimensions
27 x 11 x 41 cm
Power
1000 W
Speed
2
Weight
4 kg
Best for Vegetables
Powerful Masticating Juicer for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Fresh Healthy Juice, Sorbet, Ice Cream, Wide Mouth 75mm Feeding Chute, BPA Free, 240-Watt, Cold Press, Black Stainless Steel Fridja f1900
Fridja F1900 Masticating
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Dimensions
15 x 20 x 49 cm
Power
240 W
Speed
1
Weight
6.2 kg

Best Juicer Reviews – Top 10 Picks

1. Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection Compact (Editor’s Choice)

Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection CompactWhether you just can’t get enough of freshly pressed fruit and vegetables, or you have a large family, the Viva Collection Compact Juicer makes an excellent choice.

Features

Featuring a space-saving design, this juicer has a small footprint, so it won’t take over your kitchen worktops. However, it can still make up to an impressive 1.5 litres in one go, without you having to empty the pulp container.

Aside from its compact design, this juicer also benefits from Philips’ QuickClean Technology. Clean up your juicer after use in under one minute, thanks to the integrated pulp container and smooth, easy-clean surfaces. All removable parts are dishwasher safe, so you can enjoy nutritious, home-made juices without the hassle.

With its see-through pulp container and lid, you can see when you need to empty it, saving time when cleaning up. The anti-slip feet also work well and prevent any motion across your worktop, although this juicer is very noisy when in use.

On the whole, we think this is a great compact juicer that is easy to clean and reassemble at a reasonable price.

Pros:
  • Makes up to 1.5L per use
  • Quick Clean Technology
  • Transparent pulp container
  • Non-slip feet
  • Compact design
Cons:
  • Short nozzle
  • Small jug capacity
  • Very noisy

2. Sage Citrus Press Pro (Luxury Choice)

Sage Citrus Press ProIf you value both performance and looks, then the Sage Citrus Press Pro is the best juicer machine to go for. We’ve searched through the best juicers on the market and the Citrus Pro is our editor’s choice and our number one pick.

Features

It’s made from high-quality stainless steel with a uniquely designed die-cast quadra-fin cone. It’s not only dishwasher safe but also designed to fit any size of citrus fruit. The convenient drip-stop juice spout holds back spillage, so you won’t have to spend time mopping up your worktop.

Ease of use and safety are assured by the unique triple-hinge arm. The design ensures effective downward pressure with a power-assisted lever as well as preventing the cone from spinning until sufficient downward pressure is applied when the arm is lowered.

Lastly, the ultra-quiet motor won’t wake up the whole family, so you can enjoy your morning juice in peace and quiet. The only real downside to this is that it’s rather pricey for something that is designed for citrus fruits only. You should also be aware that if you have a small counter area, it will take up a lot of space.

Pros:
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Unique quadra-fin, acid-resistant cone
  • Triple hinge, power-assisted arm
  • Safety switch
  • Ultra-quiet motor
Cons:
  • Only suitable for citrus fruits
  • Takes up considerable space

3. Duronic JE10 (Best for Whole Fruits)

Duronic JE10With its extra-large feed tube, the Duronic JE10 is our best whole fruit juicer, enabling rapid juicing with a minimum time for chopping and preparation.

Features

With its large one-litre juice capacity and 2.5-litre pulp container, this juicer is great for making large amounts of juice, either for yourself or for the whole family. The dual-speed settings allow you to juice both hard and soft fruits while the powerful 1,000-watt motor makes this a rapid and effective juicing machine even when using large whole fruits.

The JE10 has a stylish stainless steel construction. However, it’s a very large model and will take up a substantial amount of worktop space. Also, it doesn’t always provide very efficient extraction, so you may need to put through certain fruits twice over.

Lastly, there is a slight gap between the pulp container and the area where it fits into the machine. This can result in your worktop getting a little messy and adds to clean up, although covering it with a cloth will prevent this from happening.

Pros:
  • Powerful 1,000-watt motor
  • Large one-litre capacity juice cup
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Large 2.5-litre pulp container
  • Dual speed settings
Cons:
  • Large footprint
  • Extraction may be inefficient at times
  • The gap between the pulp container and machine may add to clean up

4. Fridja F1900 Masticating (Best for Vegetables)

Fridja F1900 MasticatingThe Fridja F1900 is a seriously solid masticating juicer and one of the best vegetable juicers that we’ve reviewed.

Features

Whether you’re looking to juice delicious fruits or soft vegetables, the F1900 provides a high juice yield, meaning it could actually save you money over time as you will get more juice from the same amount of vegetables. With its 65 rpm low spin, essential nutrients are preserved making this juicing machine an outstanding choice if you’re looking to improve your health.

Having a durable, heavy-duty stainless steel body and a wide titling feed tube, this large juicer can run for up to 30 minutes continuously. This makes it perfect if you have a large household or are serving fresh juice to a number of guests. In short, the F1900 is may quite simply be the best slow juicer in the UK for making your drinks in batches.

On the downside, it’s a large, heavy unit. You would need plenty of worktop space. Also, you’ll have to use a lot of strength to move it into storage and get it back out again. It has a tendency to produce a fair amount of foam, but this is little more than a slight inconvenience.

Pros:
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel body
  • Low 65 rpm spin for optimal nutrient preservation
  • Has a wide tilting feed tube
  • High juice yield
  • Has a runtime of up to 30 continuous minutes
Cons:
  • May be too heavy for some
  • May take up a large area
  • Produces a certain amount of foam
  • Can be quite slow

5. Aicok Cold Press (Best Masticating)

Aicok Cold PressThe Aicok Cold Press is possibly the best masticating juicer in the UK. With its large 800ml cup capacity, it’s a great choice for families or individuals who’d like to enjoy more than a glass.

Features

Suitable for juicing a wide variety of fruit and vegetables, it comes complete with an anti-clogging reverse function for ease of use and a quick one-button disassembly for easy cleaning. Using a cold press juicer helps to retain essential vitamins and minerals which can be broken down by the fast rotation and heat emission of other juicers, making this model a definite winner if you’re looking to improve your diet and health.

On the downside, this needs a minimum of 10 minutes pause between uses. This makes it less suitable if you have a big family and you may wish to make several different kinds of juices. Since it uses mastication, it’s also quite slow compared to centrifugal ones. If you’re forever in a rush, this might not be the ideal choice for you. Also, bear in mind that as the feeding tube is quite narrow, you’ll need to prepare and chop your fruit into smaller pieces compared to other models.

Pros:
  • Uses mastication for more nutritious juices
  • 800ml juicing cup
  • Easy clean anti-clogging reverse function
  • Suitable for a wide variety of fruits and vegetables
  • Single-button disassembly
Cons:
  • Needs to rest for minimum 10 mins between uses
  • Narrow feed tube
  • Can be slow

6. Sage BJE520UK Centrifugal (Best Value)

Sage BJE520UK CentrifugalThe Sage BJE520UK Centrifugal Juicer uses titanium-reinforced blades to slice through hard fruit and vegetables, producing a minimum amount of heat to ensure maximum nutrient conservation.

Features

Thanks to its extra-wide 84mm chute, you don’t have to waste time and effort cutting up your fruit and vegetable into chunks in order to juice. You can even juice whole apples. The included Froojie Disc and insert provide maximum yield from soft fruits and vegetables, too. So, whatever you want to juice, you’ll get the best results with this exceptional juicer.

This premium juicer also features variable speed programs. With its intuitive LCD display featuring fruit icons, it’s quick and easy to select the best speed to get the maximum goodness out of your fruit.

The large three-litre pulp container means you won’t have to keep stopping to empty it. The 1.2-litre juice jug, on the other hand, is large enough for making batches of juice for the whole family to enjoy. It even has a built-in froth separator, so you will be able to savour every single mouthful.

On the downside, this model is very noisy, so bear this in mind. It also takes up a fair bit of space. So if you’re an infrequent juicer, you may prefer a smaller model that’s easier to store. Lastly, the included instructions are rather poor and you’ll need to spend a bit of time getting acquainted with your juicer in order to make the most of it.

On the whole, this makes a great choice for anyone who likes to make their own home-made juices on a very regular basis. The Sage centrifugal juicer does an excellent job of conserving a maximum of goodness and micronutrients, for a healthier fruit or vegetable juice drink.

Pros:
  • Variable speed
  • Minimal heat transfer
  • Extra wide 84mm chute
  • LCD screen
  • 1.2L juice jug with froth separator
Cons:
  • Noisy
  • Large footprint
  • Poor instructions

7. Braun J300 Spin (Fastest Option)

Braun J300 SpinIf you are looking for a quick and efficient juicing experience, the Braun J300 offers a fantastically fast time of just 15 seconds per glass – ideal for frantic morning rushes.

Features

When you have more time on hands, you can also try out its slower speed for harder fruits, allowing for extra versatility and a greater range of flavours. Not only is the J300 fast, but it also has a Four-Way Safety System with a three-second cutout. Cleaning is a breeze thanks to the easy-to-remove pulp container and the anti-splash spout will ensure your worktops don’t get splattered.

While it is definitely among the best juicers in the UK, its extraction could be improved upon. The pulp can be whole and wet with certain fruits. Also, some fruits end up covering the interior with pulp, meaning extensive cleaning is required.

This machine is great for speed. However, it does take up a rather large amount of space. It might not be the right choice if you have limited worktop area.

Pros:
  • Fast 15 second per glass juicing time
  • Two speeds for hard and soft fruits
  • Four-Way Safety System
  • Easy to remove and clean pulp container
  • Anti-splash spout
Cons:
  • Extraction could be better
  • Fairly large area needed
  • The pulp can end up inside the machine

8. Philips Viva Collection

Philips Viva CollectionIf you’re still wondering which juicer to buy in the UK, then take a look at the Philips Viva Collection.

Features

This fruit juicer has plenty of useful characteristics, including an XL feed tube which cuts down on preparation time. It is made of Quick Clean Technology material that’s easy to wipe off for rapid one-minute cleaning. There is also a Quick Rinse function so that you can easily rinse through the machine between juicing different flavours. To reduce worktop space, Philips has integrated a transparent pulp container so you’ll know when you’ll have to empty it.

This juicer has a hefty two-litre capacity, making it suitable for bigger households. However, you might find that when juicing large amounts of fruit or making different drinks one after the other, you have to frequently stop and disassemble the juicer to get to the pulp container and empty it. The included instructions could be made better and the juicer is on the noisy side. But apart from the pulp container impracticality, this is a good large capacity juicing machine.

Pros:
  • Up to 2 litres of juice
  • XL feed tube
  • Quick Rinse function
  • Quick Clean Technology
  • See-through integrated pulp container
Cons:
  • Needs disassembling to empty pulp
  • Noisy
  • Poor instructions

9. Aicok Masticating

Aicok MasticatingThis masticating juicer by Aicok has a low 80 rpm spin to preserve essential nutrients, perfect if you’re looking to improve your diet and general wellbeing. It includes three different filters, so you can get your juice just how you like it.

Features

Easy to use, the reverse anti-clogging function makes it simple to dislodge any pieces of fruit that have become stuck. You won’t have to dismantle the juicer to solve such problems. This is among the quietest in our juicer reviews for the UK at just 50dB, ideal if you want to use your juicer early in the morning when your family might still be asleep. There is also a two-year warranty for this model, so you won’t have to worry about it breaking down prematurely. These characteristics make this our choice for the best cold press juicer in the UK.

Like most juicers that use mastication, it can take a while for your juice to be ready, so if you’re an impatient type or always in a rush, take a look at some of our other juicer models. The narrow feed tube also adds to the time it takes as you’ll need to chop up fruits into much smaller pieces than with other models. Also, if you are intending upon juicing more fibrous fruits or vegetables, be warned that this tends to clog up when doing so.

Pros:
  • Low 80 rpm for nutrient preservation
  • Includes three different filters
  • Ultra-quiet: less than 50dB
  • Easy clean reverse anti-clogging function
  • Two-year warranty
Cons:
  • Narrow feed tube
  • Can be slow
  • Tends to clog up with fibrous fruits and vegetables

10. SimpleTaste Masticating

SimpleTaste MasticatingThis masticating juicer by SimpleTaste is a great budget-friendly juicer. It comes with an external pulp container so you can easily empty it out as you go.

Features

The low 80 rpm spin rate means that you’ll be able to enjoy all of the full nutritional benefits of fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, this juicer is easy to take apart for quick cleaning. If you’re looking for the best quiet juicer then this makes a great choice, thanks to its ultra-quiet operation.

While this juicer is suitable for the majority of both hard and soft fruits and vegetables, the feed tube is quite narrow, so you’ll have to spend a little more time chopping up and preparing your ingredients.

Like all juicers that use mastication, it can be slow and thus it takes a while before your juice is ready. There is also a 10 minute rest time between uses. This might not be the ideal choice for busy households wanting to make different drinks in a hurry.

Pros:
  • Easy to clean
  • Low 80 rpm spin for nutrient preservation
  • External pulp container
  • Quiet to run
  • Suitable for hard and soft fruits and vegetables
Cons:
  • 10 minute rest time between uses
  • Narrow feed tube
  • Can be slow

Benefits of Juicing and Using Juicers at Home

young girl holding a bottle of fresh juiceOne cup kettles are great for making tea or cocoa. Nespresso machines and coffee pod machines can help you create your favourite brew. Blenders are great for summer slushies. If you want a glass of fresh juice packed with healthy nutrients then juicers are the answer for you.

Nutrition Found In Juices

Juicing makes nutrients more readily accessible. Many of the health-boosting nutrients in fruit and vegetables are found in the juice. The flesh is made largely of insoluble fibre which your body has to digest and process before it can extract the nutrients and vitamins. This process can be slow and cause the nutrients to be absorbed more gradually. Juicing removes the insoluble fibre, giving the body access to the vital nutrients without the added work of digestion.

The Difference Between Juicing and Eating Fruits and Vegetables

To get the same number of nutrients out of a cup of juice, you’d have to consume several cups of fresh fruits and veggies. The sheer amount of food you’d need to eat would be overwhelming. It would almost be impossible for the average person to consume it all in a day. Think of fresh juice as a superfood in a drink form.

What Are The Different Types of Juicers?

There are many types of juicers available for you to buy, but they can be broken down into two main classes: centrifugal juicers and cold press or masticating juicers. Though both produce fantastic juice, each works on a different mechanism.

Centrifugal Juicers

little girl making a fresh drinkCentrifugal juicers are more affordable than cold press juicers and are thus the most widely available. In fact, you can buy centrifugal juicers in many commercial juice shops and health stores because they’re more budget-friendly.

How Centrifugal Juicers Work

Just like blenders, centrifugal juicers use a series of small, yet incredibly sharp blades to slice the fruit. What makes it different is that the motor then spins it quickly enough that it can extract the juice from the shredded pieces. Be aware that these juicers do produce a fair amount of pulp as each piece is reduced to little shreds. Some may get past the strainer inside the juicer.

If you’re not a fan of mush, pour the juice through a fine-mesh strainer. This is often enough to get rid of most of the larger pieces. Just remember that any bits left in the juice are added fibre which is good for you.

Since centrifugal juicers are more affordable, many people new to juicing choose to start with them rather than a cold-press model. It’s important to note that the motor on these kinds of juicers can be a bit loud—about as loud as standard household blenders.

While most people don’t find this to be a problem, those looking to reduce noise in their kitchen may want to buy other juicers.

Cold Press Juicers

Cold press juicers, also known as masticating juicers, crush the fruit, extracting the juice with extreme pressure. These juicers are incredibly quiet and produce very little heat as part of the juicing process.

How Cold Press Juicers Work

Since heat may reduce the number of beneficial nutrients found in fruits and veggies, some people prefer to keep their drinks as close to raw as possible. Keep in mind that any difference in nutrient content between juice produced in centrifugal juicers and cold press juicers will be minimal.

Unlike centrifugal juicers, cold press juicers can be significantly more expensive, making them more of a rarity than other products. No matter what type of juicer you choose to buy, you’ll still get wonderful, fresh-squeezed juice using whatever you feel like.

Conclusion

During our challenge to compare juicers in the UK, we came across many fantastic models which would be a great addition to your kitchen. But there was one juicer which impressed us over and above all the other juicers – the Philips HR1832/01 Viva.

We just love how this juicer can make 1.5 litres of juice before needing to change the pulp container, despite its deceivingly compact design. Not only that but when you do eventually need to change the container it is easier than ever to do so thanks to its Quickclean Technology. What’s more, all the removable parts are dishwasher safe so you can enjoy your juice without having to worry about cleaning up.

We love the anti-slip feet to prevent movement and the transparent lid so you can see all your favourite foods being juiced. If you don’t love this option as much as we do then I am sure you will find another juicer that suits your taste in our list of the best juicers in the UK.

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One Response

  1. Hello

    I don’t understand why all you comparison sites list Fridja as a really top juicer. I bought one last year in July which had to be replaced in December and that replacement has just broken again. The company after sales is horrendous and they do not care. I have barely used either juicer due to work commitments, 2 months maximum for both juicers. Obviously I cannot prove this but it is true. The juicer does do a good job and extracts well but the components wear out quickly leaving you without a juicer.

    For me 2 have broken in 13 months with only about 4-5 months use. The same is for my daughter in law. Her second one is making noises now and the same part is breaking on hers as has broken on mine. Please do a long term study.

    These items cost a lot of money and to have to deal with companies who really don’t care is not nice.

    Kind regards

    Lynda Jefferys

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