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Lexen Manual Healthy Wheatgrass Juicer

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  • Most simplistic cold press / masticating juicer - get started with juicing today!
  • Juice wheatgrass, barley grass, aloe, pine needles, herbs, leafy greens & some soft fruits
  • Most affordable hand / manual juicer on the market
  • Power Locking Base - for solid grip to bench tops
  • Perfect for travelling, extremely portable - measuring only H 19 x L 21.5 x D 11 cm
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Lexen
Model NumberHealthy Juicer Blanc
ColourWhite with Dark Green Trim
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions14 x 21 x 19 cm
MaterialPlastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002LY8PA
Best Sellers Rank 13,706 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
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Date First Available21 Aug. 2009
  
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Product Description

Want to start juicing wheatgrass and looking for a quick, easy & simple solution? Or perhaps need something which you can take travelling and still get your "daily shot"? The Lexen Manual Polycarbonate Juicer is the most affordable hand juicer on the market and is capable of juicing wheat grass and leafy greens efficiently and effectively.

Features of the Lexen Manual GP27 Juicer

Clamp & suction base for sturdy & secure attachment to any bench or countertop - rated at over 45kg of force

Stainless Steel auger end & end cap, where the most force is applied, for maximum durability

No electricity required - perfect for travelling & camping

Compact & lightweight - measuring only H 19 x L 21.5 x D 11 cm & weighing just 1.5kg

Easy to assemble & clean - fuss free juicing at it's best!

BPA free materials

2 year warranty on all parts - honoured by UK Service & Support Centre!

What can you juice with the Lexen Manual Masticating Juicer

Wheat grass

Leafy greens

Spinach

Parsley

Aloe Vera

Pine Needles

Herbs


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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 41 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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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Simon Dean 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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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Angela Hatton on 20 Mar. 2010
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This does what it says, you have to turn the handle a fair few times to get wheatgrass to juice and you need to make sure that it is all tightened up well - as instructed in the manual. I am really pleased with it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Nichola mather on 9 Aug. 2013
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I was a little suspect at first due to the price and all the rave reviews, could a juicer really be this good for 30 pounds?
Yes it really is. I have owned a centrifugal juicer that set me back £100+ and the lexen juicer wipes the floor with it. It has become something I rely on everyday for my breakfast. I get half a litre of juice from 2 apples, a lemon and a bag of spinach. Buy this juicer!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Caz on 4 Oct. 2014
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Delighted with this juicer.

It comes in a surprisingly small box and is very easy to put together. The parts seem well made and tough and I'd expect this to last a long time.

There isn't enough of an overhang on our kitchen surface for the clamp so we used the juicer on our wooden dining room table and it secured really well with the clamp and suction base.

First attempt, we juiced about 5 organic apples, a carrot, some cucumber, and a punnet of grapes and it produced around 800-900ml juice which tasted absolutely delicious, and the soft pulp we collected from the mesh filter was enough to fill a ramekin and will be nice as a cereal/desert topping. The fibrous output, fruit skin etc, was quite dry showing the juicer to be very efficient - we discarded this, but I understand there are recipes out there to use this up.

Operating the juicer is very easy indeed even with the harder inputs such as carrots - no real effort at all. In fact we found the whole process quite theraputic! The only awkward bit was when we pulled the juice collector out to empty it, since juice will continue to drip from the outlet so it's worth having something handy to catch the drips.

Because the juicer is manual it is very quiet and it's nice not having to rely on electric.

Cleaning the parts (and there are not many) took a couple of minutes and I allowed them to air dry before packing away. Because it's so easy to clean I feel quite inclined to use this juicer on a regular basis.

Very pleased with the juicer indeed - can highly recommend.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elle on 2 April 2013
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Have only had this juicer a short time so have only used it twice so far. I bought it in anticipation of better weather, as I wanted to be able to have fresh juice on a daily basis, but so far the weather has been a let down and this is the reason why I haven't started using the juicer in earnest yet. In the couple of time that I have used the juicer, however, I have found it to be not only efficient but very easy to both use and clean. My daughter has a top of the range electric masticating juicer, which she doesn't use as much as she could, probably because of all the parts that need to be washed after use. I figure if you are going to have to stand there and feed the fruit/veg into the juicer, you might just as well turn the handle at the same time, so being manual this juicer is no more difficult or time consuming that an electric juicer. The great thing is that it is so small and compact and takes up little space and being portable means that it can also go with you wherever you go, holidays etc even camping is no problem for this juicer as it requires no electricity supply. The last juice I made consisted of 2/3 of a bag of baby spinach leaves, 2/3 of a bag of rocket, 1 large orange, and 2 small apples - this amount of fruit and veg made almost a standard tumbler of juice which I was impressed with, but I was even more impressed when i tasted the juice, it was just like nothing I had tasted before. Another point to note is that the juicer is very sturdy and comes with a few spares i.e. silicone rings, wheatgrass attachment and gasket which I was very impressed with. I would recommend this juicer even based on the couple of times that I have used it so far, as it more than meets my expectations.
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