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Champion 2000+ Masticating Juicer


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  • Large Feeding Chamber
  • Masticating Juicer
  • 10 Year Limited Warranty
  • Not suitable for wheatgrass
  • Suitable for Commercial Use


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Product details

  • Item Weight: 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 839 g
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  • Item model number: MAR-220
  • ASIN: B0000ZP3N4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Mar 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 429,617 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Voted Best Luxury Buy in the Independent Newspapers "Top 10" Juicers 2004.

What makes a Champion... a champion?

Quality and value. Champions passion for promoting healthy living through the consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables extends nearly a half century to the introduction of their very first Champion Juicer.

Since that time, theyve continually refined its operation and meticulously enhanced its capabilities to extract every ounce of nutrition and flavour from the fruits, vegetables and grains you enjoy the most.

A Champion is easy to use.

Designed with simplicity in mind, the Champion 2000+ Juicer doesnt require nuts, bolts, screws or clamps. Assembly can be completed in seconds. Cleaning is equally quick and painless.

A Champion is very versatile.

A large feeding chamber reduces preparation time by eliminating the need to cut vegetables into smaller pieces. In addition to fresh juices, this unit can also make fruit sauces, baby foods, nut butters, ice cream, sherbets and everybodys favourite - fruit smoothies. Exchange a single part, and your juicer is instantly transformed into a homogenizer.

A Champion is powerful.

A heavy-duty motor delivers true, industrial-strength power for an improved masticating process that chews the fibres to break loose high volumes of cells saturated with important healthy values. A floating cutter effectively separates the juice from the pulp in one quiet, continuous - and seemingly effortless - operation. (Bonus: no intermittent cleaning required!)

A Champion is durable.

Long-lasting stainless steel construction resists both wear and food odour. A stainless steel shaft is complemented by the tempered stainless steel blades cast directly into the cutter for added strength. This way, the blades will never separate, twist, tarnish or rust. The durability of the Champion 2000+ Juicer is backed by a 10 year limited warranty on its motor and 5 years warranty on all juicing parts.

Manufacturer's Description

A true workhorse that will deliver many years of faithful service to juicing enthusiasts!

Power, durability, ease of use and value mean that the popular Champion Juicer is appropriately named. Nearly a half century of development has gone into this juicer.

Awarded Best 'Luxury Buy' in the Independent Newspaper "Top 10" Juicers 2004

Designed with simplicity in mind, the Champion 2000+ Juicer doesn't require nuts, bolts, screws or clamps. Assembly can be completed in seconds. Cleaning is equally quick and painless.

A large feeding chamber reduces preparation time by eliminating the need to cut vegetables into smaller pieces. In addition to fresh juices, this unit can also make fruit sauces, baby foods, nut butters, ice cream and everybody's favourite - fruit smoothies. Exchange a single part, and your juicer is instantly transformed into a homogenizer.

A heavy-duty motor delivers true, industrial-strength power for an improved masticating process that chews the fibres to break loose high volumes of cells saturated with important healthy values. A floating cutter effectively separates the juice from the pulp in one quiet, continuous - and seemingly effortless - operation.

Long-lasting stainless steel construction resists both wear and food odour. A stainless steel shaft is complemented by the tempered stainless steel blades cast directly into the cutter for added strength. This way, the blades will never separate, twist, tarnish or rust. The durability of the Champion 2000+ Juicer is backed by a 5 year limited warranty on all juicing parts and a 10 year warranty on its motor.

Your Champion 2000+ Juicer is designed to produce the highest possible quality of juices and foods. It's a difference you can see in the colour of the juice: darker, richer colours contain more of the pigments - and nutrients - you desire, while the extracted pulp is pale in colour. And rest assured, it's a difference you can taste. Champion juices will likely be richer, sweeter and more full bodied than any juice you've tasted before.

Overall, The Champion is tough to beat!


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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By equilibrium on 18 April 2009
I have only been using this juicer for a couple of months; I bought it from Juiceland. It is heavy, but ideally it is useful to store & use it in one permanent place on a sturdy shelf (not move it around) The most important thing regardless of what I have written below is to read the very simple assembly & operating instructions.
The machine does become heated, but I juice a large amount of fruit & vegetables one to three times daily.
You should always move the switch at the base of the machine to the off position, switch off & unplug it from the mains after every use.
All of the small parts easily rinse clean under a cold tap, if rinsed immediately after use; obviously you must remove & dispose of the fibre/pulp or use it as compost. The tiny cutter blades are sharp, but there is ample space in rows between the blades to hold the cutter. Try not to get water, liquid or anything inside the cutter shaft hole & always stand it virtically in a safe place after use. The parts do become discoloured, but it is harmless. (Instructions for stain cleaning come with the machine). If you store a bottle of bleach against a bottle of lemonade the bleach defuses into the lemonade, it is known as osmosis. I store the small parts on a clean folded tea towel, you should dry them with a clean tea towel after rinsing. Clean the motor with a clean damp cloth, do not submerge it in water, do not rub away at or poke the oil seal in the hub. Always apply a thin film of olive oil on the motor shaft before each assembly to prevent sticking or vacum locking. Only assemble the machine prior to using.
I found the books below so very simple to use from day one. Such a large variety of tasty recipes, clearly written & no unnecessary writing. Numerous reviews about them are available on this site.
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108 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Katy L. Thompson on 7 Jun 2008
I have been juicing since I was in my early twenties, I am now fifty - I have had a number of juicers, all of which did not deliver nor continue to work over the many years of heavy use, or drove me mad with their poor design or continuous need to stop juicing and clear out the mesh (mainly those using centrifugal action). It is hard to believe now how difficult it was to find any juicers for sale 25 years ago. How I wish reviews such as these existed in the "old" days, I had to do a great deal of research to finally stumble upon the Champion and then finding where to buy one in the UK involved more research. I bought my Champion 12 years ago and wish I had bought it at the very beginning of my juicing days, I would have saved a great deal of money.

I cannot begin to imagine what the reviewers who are giving a negative feedback for this item are doing wrong, I certainly have never produced hot juice or pulp nor has my juicer ever jammed once in 12 years. Read the instruction book from cover to cover before your first use, and always, always, remember to oil the shaft each time you reassemble after cleaning (olive oil works well) and your Champion will repay you with years of effortless use.

As a Home Economist I am used to appraising equipment, I know that quality lasts, the old cliché, you get what you pay for is certainly true of kitchen equipment. Like the quality American Kitchenaid products, the Champion is heavy duty, industrial strength; it is heavy and is consequently very stable on the worktop, where you should keep it permanently ready for everyday use, it would not be realistic to lift it in and out of a cupboard every day.

You will simply be wasting money on any other juicer; this is the daddy of them all.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Aguazul on 26 Jan 2010
This is like the Harley Davidson of juicers -- it is a huge throbbing machine that, to start with, you wonder whether you are qualified to control. After a couple of weeks of juicing daily, I think I better understand its strengths and weaknesses now. For any veg, apart from ones with long stringy fibres, it couldn't be better. Carrots, fruit -- even veg as hard as beetroot -- go through with no problems. It will take most veg as fast as you can feed them in. It will take carrots, radishes and small onions whole, beetroot and apples in quarters. This really cuts down on preparation time -- no need to cut things into little sticks, like for the screw juicers. As another reviewer mentioned, a 1 litre Pyrex jug is perfect -- it fits nicely around the collector and catches everything with no trouble. The instruction book has some other useful tips and tricks.

Now for the stringy veg. Celery goes through quickly and easily, but they recommend you do the celery last. You can see why when you clean the machine -- the stringy fibres start to clog up the teeth and wrap around. Parsley is worse, and coriander even worse than that. Since the closest spacing of the teeth is about 1cm, I reckoned that if I cut the parsley to 5mm lengths it would go through okay, and indeed it did work much better like that. But I don't have the patience to do so much chopping, so now I have a GBP 30 Lexen manual screw wheatgrass juicer to use for parsley/etc. I think it is less work to clean the extra juicer than to do all the chopping. If you were doing just a bit of parsley, you could put it in last like the celery, though.

I've never had any trouble with warm juice -- it has always come out cold for me.
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