Juicers have made a big comeback and there’s now more choice in the shops than ever. From standard centrifugal models to pricey slow juicers (also known as cold press or masticating juicers), there is a dizzying array of different models to choose from. With prices ranging from £20 to over £400, it pays to make the right choice for you and your budget.
Whether you just like the occasional fresh juice or are keen to commit to regular juicing, we’ve rounded up the best juicers for you. And as they’ve all gone through our demanding lab tests, you can rest assured that they’ll extract maximum juice from your fruit and veg, while still being easy to use and clean.
Some juicers are an expensive waste of cash. Avoid the models that are slow, don't squeeze maximum goodness out of your fruit and veg, or are a pain to maintain. Here are three of the worst models we've uncovered in our tough tests:
Which? tests juicers more thoroughly than anyone else, and because Which? is independent and doesn't accept advertising or freebies, you can trust our reviews to give you the full, honest and impartial truth about a product.
We test the most popular, innovative and newest juicers on shop shelves to find out which ones will help you towards your five-a-day. The best juicers blitz all kinds of fruit and veg quickly and effectively, extracting lots of tasty juice.
We make three different kinds of drink with each model - including mixed fruit, citrus and vegetable juice - rating the resulting liquid for smoothness, consistency and taste. We also measure how much is extracted, to uncover the models that give you more juice for your money.
Juicers can be a nightmare to clean, so we score each one on how easy it is to dismantle and clean after use, as well as how noisy it is. This means you won't end up wasting your money on a model that's a faff to use and ends up gathering dust in a cupboard.