Dualit says that its new Dual-Max juicer will juice your fruit and then juice the remaining pulp, resulting in more juice and less waste. So does it live up to the claims? And is it worth its £100 price tag?
One of our researchers took the Dual-Max juicer home and whizzed up several mixtures of fruit and veg, to check out the quality of the juice it can produce.
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Juicing with the Dualit juicer
Like most juicers, this sturdy model from Dualit pulverizes fruit by flinging it against a metal filter.
It has two speeds, the slower speed is for soft ingredients like oranges and peaches and the faster one is for tougher customers such as carrots or apples.
The Dual-Max has a wider-than-average feeding chute and a pulp container that’s a hefty two litres.
Our rigorous testing challenges juicers to make smooth juice out of hard-to-juice raw fruit and veg such as beetroot, carrot and apple.
As well as looking for top-quality juice, we also look at how easy a juicer is to use and whether it makes a racket.
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