Breville 800 JEXL
Check out this Breville 800 JEXL review! We hope this review helps you to make the decision on whether this juice extractor is right for your needs.
The Breville company was founded in Sydney Australia. It has been in the business of small appliances for the home since 1932.
The Breville 800 JEXL Juice Fountain Elite with 1000 watts is super efficient. This model has an Italian made electronic motor that increases power under yield to maintain filter revolutions. It has two speeds for soft and hard fruits and a three inch feed tube which minimizes preparation and feeding time.
The Juice Fountain Elite will help you juice in a snap! Its simple process allows you to easily place small fruits and vegetables into its 3 inch feed chute.
This juicer also significantly reduces preparation time. No need to de-seed or de-core with its easy to use process.The Breville 800 JEXL has a simple streamlined process when you compare it to masticating juice extractor designs. The other thing I need to mention here, is that the parts are dishwasher safe, reducing your cleanup time!
- 1000-watt juicer with 2 speed controls, high (13,000 RPM) and low (6,500 RPM)
- Die-cast steel housing; stainless-steel micromesh filter; titanium-plated cutting disk
- Circular 3-inch feed tube accommodates whole fruits and vegetables
- Pulp container, juicing pitcher, and manual/recipe book included; dishwasher-safe parts
- Locking arm bolts move up to 1/4″ in all directions to ensure a snug fit in the locking arm
After doing a lot of research and reading the many reviews, I decided to buy the Breville 800 JEXL Juice Fountain Elite. The most attractive claims for this juicer were the fast juicing speed, relatively easy cleanup, and the widemouth (3″ round) opening.
The new juicer arrived a few days ago. It was simple to put together. The instructions were clearly written. After washing the parts in the dishwasher (yes, they are dishwasher proof), my wife and I proceeded to make one of our standards, carrot-apple-celery. Boy, were we blown away! This juicer met our expectations and more!
Our apples were large, so we had to quarter them despite the 3″ opening. The apples fed into the juicer easily and very rapidly. Apples fed into our old juicer without too much force, but could be hard to feed because of the pulp they generate. For ease of feeding pulp-producing or juicy fruits and vegetables, I give the Juice Fountain an “A+”.
We then fed in the celery. In our old juicer, celery strings wrap around the end of the screws and clog the end plug. The cutting/centrifugal juicing mechanism of the Breville 800 JEXL Juice Fountain eliminates such issues completely. The celery fed in very easily and produced plenty of juice.
In the Juice Fountain, celery of all sizes, including tips and leaves, feed in easily. For ease of handling fibrous vegetables or long, flexible vegetables, I give the Juice Fountain an A+.
Already by this time I knew the Juice Fountain really does make juice fast! I couldn’t wait to try the carrots. We put them in whole (minus the cut off tops) and for smaller ones, in bunches of 2 or 3. They just zipped into the juicer!
We were having so much fun we grabbed more carrots and shoved them in, and then disaster happened! With the juicer still outputting juice, the juice container (pitcher) overflowed and bright orange carrot juice poured out over the countertops and down the face of our painted white cabinets, staining them orange.
We were having so much fun juicing, and it was happening so quickly compared to the old juicer, that we didn’t realize how much juice we had made in so short a time! Had we been using our old juicer, we’d just be getting started. Oh well. We hit the well-marked red STOP button on the front of the juicer, then sponged up the mess, using 409 cleaner to get the orange stains off the cabinets. The stainless steel Juice Fountain Elite cleaned up easily.
We emptied the pitcher and then finished our juicing, making mental note to remember how rapidly this thing produces juice and to not exceed the pitcher’s MAX level marking in the future.
We dislike pulp in our vegetable juices. With our old juicer, the amount of pulp in the juice is not bad, but we still have to strain it through a wire screen strainer to get pulp-free juice. With carrot-Granny Smith apple-celery, a quart of juice will leave at least 2-3 tablespoons of pulp in the strainer.
By contrast, the Breville 800 JEXL juice was virtually pulp-free. We didn’t bother straining it, there was so little. This is great, since wire screens tend to plug and back-up, and are a pain to keep clean. Yet another time saver for both juice production and clean-up! For pulp-free juice, Juice Fountain merits an A+.
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