Which? reveals this summer's best juicersMake sure you buy the best from our latest test
29 June 2013
Enjoy the flavours of summer by creating refreshing, tasty juices with the help of a Best Buy juicer. We've tested nine of the latest and most popular juicers.
The best juicers give you lots of tasty juice in seconds. The worst are slow and difficult to clean.
Which? members can find full test results, comprehensive reviews and specification information for 25 juicers, including masticating juicers, by heading to our juicers review.
The full list of juicers we've recently reviewed and rated are:
Andrew James Professional Whole Fruit Juicer
Argos Cookworks 901/5467
Argos Cookworks 909/9407
Breville VFJ016 Pro Kitchen
Dualit 88305 Juice Extractor
L'Equip 215 XL
Magimix Le Duo Plus XL
Omega SBC06 HF Series
Philips HR1869 Avance
Testing you can trust
You can't tell which juicer is the best just by looking at them in the shops. Every juicer we've reviewed has been bought by Which? and put through our expert tests at our lab.
Our tests reveal which are best at handling a range of soft and hard fruits, such as strawberries and pineapples. Plus tougher vegetables, including beetroot. The best machines deliver a high volume of tasty juice in seconds and are easy to clean and use.
- We measure how speedily and effectively each machine can separate juice from pulp
- We spend hours scrubbing bits of apple pip out of metal blades to work out which is the easiest to clean.
How to buy the best juicer
Confused about what type of juicer is best for you? Read our guide on how to buy the best juicer, where you'll find expert advice on choosing the right juicer for your family.
We also explain the difference between a masticating juicer and a centrifugal juicer.
You don't have to splash out hundreds of pounds for a juicer - we have Best Buys starting from £50.
And these speedy kitchen gadgets will whizz through your fruit and vegetables in seconds, so you can be trying out your favourite juicing recipes in no time at all.