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Which? reveals two new Best Buy juicers

The latest juicers from Philips and Sage tested

Sage Nutri Juicer BJE410UK

How will the Sage Nutri Juicer – featured in juicing documentary ‘Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead’ – do in our tough tests?

Juicing is enjoying a comeback, which means there are plenty of new juicers to choose from. Our latest tests have uncovered models which are brilliant at juicing all kinds of fruit and veg, and one of our Best Buys is a great price too. 

In our tough tests, we rate how good juicers are at making different types of juice, from mixed fruit juice and orange juice to tougher vegetable juice. The very best juicers extract loads from your fruit and veg, making a smooth, tasty drink.

When choosing Best Buys, we also look for juicers that are simple to assemble, easy to use and won’t be a nightmare to clean – leaving you free to get on with your day. Find out which two new juicers came out on top in our latest test by visiting our Best Buy juicers review.

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Which? reviews the Sage Nutri Juicer

Our latest juicer reviews include our verdict on popular models from Sage by Heston Blumenthal, Philips, Kenwood, Russell Hobbs and Cuisinart – prices range from around £60 to £300. 

We’ve also tested the first two big-brand slow juicers to hit the high street – the Hotpoint Slow Juicer and the Lakeland Juicepresso. Slow juicers (also called masticating or cold press juicers) work by gently crushing fruit and veg using a plastic auger (like a screw) to extract juice. They are claimed to preserve nutrients better and to extract more juice. But did these models extract more from fruit and veg than other juicers in our test? Visit our juicer reviews to find out.

Not sure whether you want a standard centrifugal juicer or a slow juicer? Take a look at our guide to buying the best juicer for you to help you choose. 

New juicer reviews

Below is a full a list of the juicers we’ve just reviewed. To find out more about each model, just click the link:

Centrifugal juicer reviews

• Cuisinart CJE500U – £100
• Kenwood JE720 – £100
• Philips HR1863 Viva – £95
• Philips HR1855 Viva – £70
• Philips HR1871 Avance – £200
• Russell Hobbs 20360-56 Desire – £60
• Sage Nutri Juicer BJE410UK – £150
• Sage Nutri Juicer Pro BJE820UK – £300
• Bosch MES3000 – £120

Slow juicer reviews

• Hotpoint Slow Juicer SJ4010AX0UK – £150
• Lakeland Juicepresso 18307 – £300

Prices correct at time of publication.

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