Philips Viva Collection Masticating Juicer HR1889/71 review
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- Cold press/masticating
Philips describes its new Viva Masticating slow juicer HR1889.71 as the 'ultimate juice machine'. It has an extra-large feeding tube that will let you juice whole fruit alongside veg and leafy greens, but it crushes fruit through a fine sieve rather than blitzing it like a centrifugal juicer would. Can this high-end slow juicer deliver the goods? Find out in our full review.
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