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Juicer - Lexen Manual Healthy Wheatgrass Juicer

by Lexen

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  • Masticating Juicer for For wheatgrass and leafy vegetables
  • Unique design with Power Locking Base
  • Easy to operate and clean
  • No electricity required!

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  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 20.3 x 19 cm ; 998 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 6 Kg
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  • Item model number: GP27
  • ASIN: B0002LY8PA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Aug 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,468 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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The Lexen Healthy Juicer is made from high quality materials. It is durable and easy to assemble and clean. Designed to handle leafy greens, the Lexen Manual juicer is suitable for wheatgrass, spinach, parsely and other leafy greens. For wheatgrass and leafy vegetables Unique design with Power Locking Base Easy to operate and clean No electricity required! Wheatgrass juice is nature's great healer. 30 mls of freshly squeezed juice contains as much nutritional value as approximately one kilo of fresh green vegetables in vitamin, mineral and amino acid content!

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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. de Bruin on 21 July 2005
Colour Name: Silver
I recieved the juicer and immedaitely put it together for a test run. It is very simple to put together, however relying on the suction cup alone is not wise. The metal clamp is far sturdier and requires a bit of work surface you can attach it to. I have to open a cupboard door and attach it there as I have little 'overhang' on the work surface. Not really a problem.
I started with some carrots. I found it quite difficult to do and found there was quite a lot of flex in the handle. It was also very hard work. Admittedly a lot of juice came out of the carrots. Then I had a brain-wave (as I often do), and started cutting the carrots up before juicing them. his makes it a lot easier to use. It still takes me approx 20 minutes to do 10 carrots for one fair size cup of juice. You certainly earn it. For the price I cannot complain at this.
Regarding the flex in the handle, it had caused me no problems yet, and don't expect it to.
The unit comes with spare seals to make sure the juice only comes out where you want it to so should last a very long time as I can't really see how a seal would wear out. Cleaning is easy as the whole things easily comes appart.
I also juiced wheatgrass in it succesfully but found it clogged the end a little. Not realy problem, just wind without anything in it for a minute to clear the 'refuse' hole.
All in all I am very pleased with the purchase, obviously not as easy as a motorised juicer but I know of no masticating ones under the £200 mark.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Ms S. L. Stephens on 11 April 2012
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Well, I have just made and drunk my very first home-made juice. 2 carrots, half a beetroot, an apple and a big handful of kale. Absolutely perfect. Not one leak. And the leftovers are actually much dryer than I expected. The machine took a little while to put together, but not rocket science. Within five minutes I was juicing away. It does take about ten minutes to make a decent sized glass of juice, as the crunchy veggies need to be chopped up a bit first, which is the only downside. But hey, it's a fraction of the price of an electric one. Overall, this little juicer far exceeded my expectations.

I can feel my life expectancy increasing by the minute :-)
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85 of 88 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 31 Dec 2004
Colour Name: Silver
Having used this juicer for several weeks now, I've found a couple of things out about it. Firstly, it is as easy to clean as they claim. Just unscrew it and rinse all components under hot water and it cleans up nicely. Secondly, it comes with a replacement gasket and mincer cap (both easy to lose) which is handy.
The main disadvantage compared to the more usual centrifugal juicers is that this unit requires a high fibre content in the fruit/veg. This means that you can effectively juice leafy vegetables (lettuce, cabbage, wheat grass etc) which give little/no juice in centrefugal units. You also get a very good yield from hard vegetables/fruits. This means that most root vegetables (carrots, sweet potatos etc) also give plenty of juice. The main weakness lies in juicing of softer fruits. If you try and juice fruits that are very soft and not very high in fibre, such as coxs apples, kiwis, mangos... you will find you lose a large ammount of the fruit and get puree. To be fair to the unit you get similar results with a centrifugal juicer, you'd get puree too, but it's less effort. The main strength though is that you get no foam on the juice. The juice also lasts much longer.
Overall I've found this to be a very nice unit, but as I've noted, you'll have to experiment a little to get a feel for what it can and cannot do. Once you are used to this, you'll be getting high quality juice on tap. I'd say for the price, it can't be beaten.
One little tip. The membrane around the segments in citrus fruits can clog the cap. This means that if you are juicing citrus fruits (not what it's really meant for) try and pull the membranes off the segments. If you don't, you'll find they clog the mincer cap and you eventually start getting pulp where you'd normally get juice (until you remove the head and pull them out).
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 5 July 2012
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Being new to juicing I spent hours pondering over what type of juicer to buy (online forums show that many other people are struggling with this decision). After all, prices range from £25 to over £1000 for machines that will basically produce the same glass of juice. In the end I went for the cheapest option. The first impression on unpacking this juicer is that it is surprisingly well made; the plastic mouldings are solid and finished to a very high standard of gloss. The machine is easy to put together although I did start off with a leak due to putting 2 washers in the nozzle by mistake (there was one already fitted in the groove, in addition to the generous 2 spares provided). Results vary greatly according to the type of fruit or vegetable used. It seems to require a fairly firm fibrous nature for the screw to work against. Best results have been with pomegranate: a thin dry pencil-like rod of crushed seeds emerges from the front nozzle and 100% of the juice is easily collected. At the other end of the spectrum soft pre-cooked beetroot just resulted in a slushy mess that went round and round in the chamber yielding no juice at all. Other fruits are in between. You need to adjust the tightness of the nozzle as you juice, according to the resistance felt as the fibrous waste builds up. What is remarkable is the quality and appearance of the fresh juices produced. Spinach yields a pure green juice that is almost fluorescent, and the taste of any juice is fresh and zingy and miles better than anything you can buy in a carton from a supermarket, even if it claims to be "freshly squeezed" (but is invariably pasteurised). I was concerned that the polycarbonate parts might contain hazardous BPA but they are stated to be "FDA-approved" which I assume means that they do not.Read more ›
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