Here is the ranking of the best products for the Juicer Philips category :
Philips HR1836/01 Viva Collection Compact Juicer: it is the most purchased, earned an average review of 4,5 with 3181 reviews
Philips Viva Cold Press Masticating Slow Juicer with X-Large Feed Tube: silver medal for this product, the average review is from 4,4 with 193 reviews
Philips HR1867/21 Viva Collection Quick Clean Juicer: third position for this product, with a average review from users 4,4 with 1388 reviews
Philips HR1836/01 Viva Collection Compact Juicer, ...
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Philips HR1836/01 Viva Collection Compact Juicer, 1.5 Litre, 500 Watt - Brushed Aluminium
- There’s no need for a juice bar when you can make delicious healthy juices in your own kitchen
- An easy way to increase your daily fruit and veg intake, The compact juicer makes up to 1.5L in one go, enough for a whole family
- From zesty oranges to cooling cucumber, getting a wide variety of fruit and veg into your day is easy with a Philips juicer
- No mess, no fuss, simple pulp Collection
- Quick Clean technology for effortless cleaning In just 1 minute. If the filter is blocked - switch the appliance off, clean the feeding tube and the filter, empty the integrated pulp container, and process a smaller quantity
Great little machine
Great juicer - I've recently bought this machine and use it to juice every morning. So far I've juiced carrots, oranges, spinach, celery, apples, cucumber, strawberries and peaches with ease. The machine isn't very noisy which is a bonus. It takes seconds to take it all apart and then another 1-2 minutes to empty out the pulp and swill each part. I leave it to soak in the sink straight away and have had no problem cleaning it afterwards. Following recipe books I make enough for 2 people each morning. Perfect for 1-2 people who juice. A bigger model would be more suitable for a larger family.
Quick juice, easy to clean!
I used this for the first time this morning, to make celery juice. It took about 15 seconds to get through a whole head of celery (chopped into smaller pieces beforehand), and the juice was ready straight away. It was very easy to take the juicer apart and to clean it. I washed it by hand, which only took a minute, but it would easily have fit into a dishwasher. I'm very impressed with this juicer! It is nicely small and compact, but holds a lot of pulp and works quickly.
I would give four and a half stars
I was using this juicer for about a month and I can say that it's really easy to use and clean it's also is not too noisy which is good when you use it early in the morning. You can make 4 big glasses of juice in one go ( without cleaning) The only problem I found, when I was making juice from carrots or beetroots sometimes there were a possibility to find a little pieces in my juice
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Philips Viva Cold Press Masticating Slow Juicer wi...
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Philips Viva Cold Press Masticating Slow Juicer with X-Large Feed Tube, Drip Stop, Quick Clean and Recipe Booklet – Black/Silver – HR1889/71
- Save time and start juicing faster with wide mouth 70mm feeding tube
- Masticating technology release nutritional goodness from fruits, vegetables with up to 80% extraction. Cord length:1.05 m
- Wide mouth 70mm - XL feeding tube
- With drip stop to keep countertops clean
- A healthy App for inspiring delicious juice recipes
just great, not to fast as one review stated which ...
Wow, just great, not to fast as one review stated which concerned my, it really does a great job especially on leafy greens. My tip is to still chop items and add the items in a mix a bit of one ingredient, then another and so on, so it blends everything. Very easy to clean, top tip is to clean straight away before you drink, its so much easier, over the sink flush it through. My only regret is that I took so long buying one, my biggest pleasure is the price I paid, what a bargain.
This has juiced everything that I've thrown at it from soft and hard fruits to pineapple, kale, celery and carrots. It's pretty quiet and very easy to take apart to clean (just 4 juicer parts + two containers for pulp and the juice itself). I'm really pleased with it, it's great value for money. It's quite narrow and deep, so fits really well on the worksurface in my kitchen. I can't think of anything that I don't like about it. Tips - put herbs like mint or parsley in with the fruit/veg - don't put them in on their own - they're too fine to go through. If you're doing a batch of juicing and you use kale rinse all the parts before juicing anything else - it lingers!!! Have fun making up your own juices x
Quiet and powerful but squeeze a bit more juice out.
I bought this to replace an Aicock juicer that I was happy with until the end snapped off while I was using it. Overall I'm happy with the Philips so far. It's motor is nice and quiet and it doesn't sound too strained when you bung kale through it. The juice jug is nice and big (1 litre) but is odd to pour from; there's no handle, you just grab it and pour the juice from the corner. The first time I tried this I though "Well, this is going everywhere" and did the pour over the sink. Frankly I was wrong, I poured a litre of juice from the jug into a bottle without wasting a drop. A surprisingly good design. It's also easy to clean mainly because the mesh part doesn't seem to have pulp rammed into it. A rinse under the tap and a quick once over with a brush does the job. Certainly easier to clean than the Aicock. Niggles... Yes the neck is nice and wide but it's topped off with a hinged contraption that I think is a waste of time. The Aicock had a little tray fitted to the top so you could pour your chopped kale onto it and then nudge it down the tube. I wish the Philips had this. This would also help prevent bits of chopped up kale falling into the juice jug. This is only mildly irksome for bags of shop bought leafy veg that are chopped up into small pieces. The prodder isn't too effective as it's not a snug fit in either the feed tube (nor was the Aicock to be fair) or over the screw part, still it's quite fun to watch a piece of celery going round and round for a while. The amount of juice it squeezes out is not bad, but could be a little better. The pulp that comes out is still a bit damp. Not a major niggle if you boil up the pulp to make stock (which I do). It makes good juice though and not too much froth. Oh, and I also like the drop stop valve. It does precisely that thus saving a bit of wiping up.
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Philips HR1867/21 Viva Collection Quick Clean Juic...
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Philips HR1867/21 Viva Collection Quick Clean Juicer, Brushed Aluminium
- Quick rinse function - simply pour water through and activate to quickly clean the juicer
- QuickClean technology for effortless cleaning in just 1 minute
- XL feeding tube so preparation time is reduced prior to juicing
- Make 2 L of juice in one go, quickly and easily
- No mess, no fuss, simple pulp collection
It's incredibly easy to take apart and clean
I've had this juicer for over a month now, use it every day and I cannot fault it. I use it mainly to make apple and ginger shots in the morning and the pulp left behind is so dry I can't imagine getting any more juice out if I spent hundreds on a flashy juicer. It's incredibly easy to take apart and clean. I run the filter under the cold tap and just rub round with my fingers - takes about a minute but then it's spotless. Everything else just needs a rinse in soapy water, or can go in the dishwasher. I did find that if I put the filter in the dishwasher it didn't get all the tiny bits of pulp out, which is why I rinse it the way I do, but it's no hassle. I absolutely love this little machine and it's so neat in my tiny kitchen. Highly recommended!
Pretty good juicer but some design flaws
Overall this is a very good juicer - it's powerful & attractive, with the widest feeding tube I've ever found. However, I dispute Phillips' claim that it can be cleaned quickly. The shape of this juicer means it's tall but not too wide, so doesn't take up a huge amount of space on my kitchen work surface. At 800W it's very powerful - and this results in a lot of noise. It's not my first juicer so I knew what to expect but this is very loud - like someone using power tools in your kitchen! The extra large feeding tube is very handy, too - it can fit small apples whole but I'd still recommend coring them first. However, I'm not convinced by Phillips' new design. The first juicer I owned (also a Phillips) featured a design used by cheaper juicers these days, which consists of a pulp container on the back. To empty the pulp, just remove & empty - job done. With this one, however, the pulp container is housed within the middle of the juicer. Which is why I don't think it's anywhere near as easy to clean as my old one. On paper, it sounds great - pour water into it, switch it on & rinse it out quickly (although the rather awful, tiny instruction leaflet which I've come to associate with Phillips wasn't particularly clear & I didn't realise until I'd used it a couple of times). But the thing is, first you have to disassemble it to dispose of the pulp, then reassemble it again before running the cleaning cycle, before disassembling it once more so you can clean the remaining mess with a damp cloth (the cleaning cycle does not get anything like all of it) & once dry, assembling it again. While my old Phillips didn't look anywhere near as sexy, it was just a case of removing the pulp, taking it apart & rinsing - which was actually less messing about. Overall it's a very good juicer. Just be aware that it's very noisy & despite Phillips' claim, it's a bit of a faff to clean.
Absolutely love this product; been enjoying healthy juices every single day since the purchase. Feels solid and good design. Juices are beautifully done, even makes mousse like foams on the top. Extracts most juices from the flesh unlike other juicer. If making tropical juices with mango, pineapple and kiwi, I tend to rejuice the extracts. I will be buying this product for my elderly parents as gift who lives abroad.
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