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Tefal Infiny Press Revolution Juicer with Two Filters for Juice/ Coulis, 300 Watt

by Tefal
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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  • Continuous juice extraction and dry pulp ejection
  • Gently presses fruits, vegetables and even herbs
  • Extracts up to +35% juice, +30% vitamin C, +75% antioxidants compared to Tefal's most powerful juice extractor*
  • Includes 2 filters for Juices & Coulis
  • Recipe Book inlcuded

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 6 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: ZC500H40
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Feb 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 89,833 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

Infiny Press Revolution: get the best out of fruits and vegetables

The Infiny Press Revolution juicer offers an optimal way of preparing fresh juice at home. Whether it’s a refreshing breakfast juice, a mid-morning fresh fruit drink or adding the finishing touches to an evening dessert, Infiny Press Revolution will help you achieve ideal juicing results.

Easy way to your 5 a day

Infiny Press Revolution's goal is to help us all to consume the recommended quantity and variety of fruits and vegetables every day. Infiny Press Revolution means maximum flavour for maximum vitamins--taking you into an era of 100 per cent natural food and drink.

Infinitely delicious and vitamin-packed

Compared with standard juicers, Infiny Press Revolution’s press technology can obtain up to 35 per cent more juice**, 30 per cent more vitamin C** and 75 per cent more antioxidants**. Equipped with optimal juicing technology, the slowly rotating screw mechanism presses fruits, vegetables and even herbs very delicately to get the very best out of them. This gentle pressing process preserves as much flavour and vitamin goodness as possible by making full use of all the resources the fruit or vegetable has to offer. This helps you to produce thirst-quenching, fresh juice that is full of nutrients and tastes delicious. **Source CTCPA 2012, tests performed with 1 kg of grapes for the juice, oranges for the vitamin C and raspberries for the antioxidants (ORAC test), comparing the results obtained with a Tefal ZN65 juicer.

Infinitely efficient

Quiet force: equipped with an endless screw rotating smoothly and slowly inside the filter, Infiny Press Revolution is specially designed for delicate pressing for best results with fruit and for extracting juice from all fruit and vegetables, even the hardest, effortlessly. Thanks to this press technology, maximum juice is extracted--up to 35 per cent more than a juice extractor**--then filtered through a grid before flowing directly into your glass. The rotating screw ensures the pulp is pushed right to its base, ejected, then compressed into an external container.

Infinitely convenient

The Infiny Press Revolution reduces the amount of clearing-up required; while pressing the fruit, the juicer dries out and ejects any waste, meaning there is no waste chamber in the machine to clean out during juicing. What’s more, all the removable parts (the filters, the screw etc) are dishwasher-safe, meaning you can relax and enjoy your juice drink. With its modern and sophisticated design, Infiny Press Revolution, with 2 jugs, will complement any kitchen.

Enjoy tasty juices or delicious sauces and coulis

The orange cone will instantly transform any fruit or vegetable, hard or soft, into juice. Even delicious delicate red fruits are pressed gently, retaining all the flavour. The orange filter is also great for making herb juices. Add fruits such as orange or apple to eliminate any bitterness. The pink filter will make outstanding coulis and sauces by allowing slightly more of the fruit's pulp through the filter to give a thicker result.

Infinitely quiet

As with all Tefal products, the Infiny Press has been designed to the highest quality, and the compact size and shape mean it can be easily stored in the kitchen. The Infiny Press has also been designed to be quiet (just 70.2 dB(A)with the orange filter, for example) making juice extraction easier and less distracting.

Box Contains

1 x Tefal Infiny Press Revolution
1 x Feed Tube with Pusher
1 x Juice Filter
1 x Coulis Filter
1 x Pressing Stem
1 x Bowl
1 x Juice Collector
1 x Dry residue collector
2 x Jug
1 x Foam Seperator
1 x Cleaning Brush
1 x Recipe Book
1 x Instruction booklet

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Customer Reviews

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended 17 July 2014
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I was hugely impressed with this juicer.

I've been put off using these in the past probably due to inferior models, but I would always find I needed a ton of fruit to get enough juice for a glass or two and the machine itself was a pain to clean. Neither of these are applicable to the Infinity Press.

Firstly, it looks great. The aesthetics of appliances I want to leave on the worktop matter to me, and this unit looks great. It's slightly on the big side (necessary) so it might not fit under cupboards but that's no big deal.

It doesn't take much to work out how to operate it. Instructions are there if you need them, but it's more or less common sense. Knowing which fruits/vegetables can and cannot go in whole is something you will find out with practice, but it didn't do mine any harm by putting whole foods in.

I won't go into the mechanics about how to unit operates, mainly because I don't fully understand it anyway, but the juice goes into one compartment and the waste goes into another. It makes for easy drinking if you don't like bits, but remember it's quite deceiving how little juice you will get out of some stuff so bear this in mind.

Cleaning is a doddle. Everything comes apart easily, which is quite refreshing as usually this isn't taken into account during the design stage.

I also have a Nutri-Bullet, and I did think I would continue using that and only use the juicer sporadically, but I have come to accept they both serve different purposes and thus use them equally.

I still believe its a waste to bin all the leftovers which this unit has extracted the juice from, as the Bullet uses everything, but if you are not a fan of this kind of thing but still want a good alternative to getting your five (or seven) a day, this is without doubt the best juicer currently available.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lost in Space 22 Jun 2014
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Sporting looks that would make any 1960s Sci-Fi set designer proud, this is a good-looking piece of equipment that will look at home in any kitchen scheme.

It has a very robust construction, including a heavy metal base and thick plastic elsewhere and, whilst assembly required consultation of the instructions for the first time (there are two filters, one for juice and the other coulis), it's fairly intuitive and easy when you know how.

Fruit is macerated by the pressing stem so the motor purrs at a fairly low rev, which means it is much quieter in operation than the centrifugal juicers; as such, I didn't experience a mass exodus of cats from the kitchen when this whirred into life. As it processes the fruit so slowly, juice extraction is maximised and the resultant pulp is the driest I have ever seen; even after 30 minutes there was no accumulation of juice with the waste pulp.

There are three tubes ready to take fruit, which needs a degree of preparation beforehand. Oranges need to be peeled and segmented (large navel oranges needed to be cut into six segments to fit, for example), pineapple peeled and the core removed; don't leave any stones in fruit. A bit more preparation than I would ideally like to do but the taste of freshly extracted juice makes it feel very worthwhile. Then it's just a simple on/off press of a button on the side and you're off.

Pulp is expelled from the side and into a supplied jug whilst the juice comes out of the front spout and into a second jug that has an insert to help produce clear juice without pulp. If you prefer your juice with all the bits, just don't use the insert, it's removable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Versatile Juicer with Unique Slow Screw. 19 May 2014
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I used a juicer last Summer and was initially very pleased with it, but as time went on, the clear plastic parts started to discolour and it became harder to clean. I then switched to Sage by Heston Blumenthal the Citrus Press, which with its all stainless steel parts, has been more successful and makes very tasty orange juice.

However, with this Summer approaching, I was glad to have the opportunity to try this unit, which promises to be better than other juicers in several ways. It's nice to see that this is made in France and looks to be well constructed and designed. Initially I found it to be a little complicated and the enclosed instruction manual actually made this worse for me. In fact it was easier to just look at the box illustrations and work with the large parts, which do fit together in a logical way and if you get it wrong - which is quite possible - then the motor won't start.

So in practice, it all made sense and was relatively easy to use. The place where you feed the fruit/vegetables in, is quite narrow though, so you have to chop everything up into small pieces - not as easy as just slicing an orange in two and using the citrus press. Of course, the big bonus over a press, is that you can process a wider range of items in this unit and it promises to get more out. Further, you can have juice or thicker blends - there are two separate filters - an orange coloured one for juice and a raspberry coloured one for Coulis.

This does mean that you have to take the unit apart to change, but there is probably no other way to do this and it's not that hard once you have done it a few times.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Squeeze my plums
This is a lovely looking bit of kit that works flawlessly. Despite sounding rather like a tractor it is a pleasure to use, and it is one of very few devices I have ever owned that... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Ash
5.0 out of 5 stars The SpaceX of Juicers
This juicer has such an exciting design shape. It looks magical, and has that feel of magic about it that I had from the 'rocket launcher' Soda Stream device from the 1960s. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Z. Herbert
4.0 out of 5 stars Is it worth the space in your kitchen?
Any new piece of kitchen gadgetry has to earn the valuable cupboard or worktop space that it is going to take up if it is to become a regular part of your collection. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Simon Tavener
2.0 out of 5 stars Goodamount of juice but keeps getting stuck
This is about the average size of a juicer with lots of parts to connect. The parts are quite tedious & can be difficult to assemble & unassemble. I found this very frustrating. Read more
Published 1 month ago by White Eagle
4.0 out of 5 stars Innovative but not quite convenient
Most home juicers work by shredding fruit at highspeed using a rotary shredder (not unlike a cheese grater) and using centrifugal force to extract the juice from the shredded pulp. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Adam Bartleby
5.0 out of 5 stars A new generation of masticating juicer

- Stylish
- Sturdy and well-made
- Quiet in use (some juicers can sound & feel like a hovercraft taking off! Read more
Published 2 months ago by Jayne
5.0 out of 5 stars Top of the line
This is a powerful juicer that creates a smooth tasty juice.

There are downsides to it, in that the feeder tubes are a little small and you have to chop you fruit, also... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Mr. M. Regan
4.0 out of 5 stars Go slow...
Looks aren't everything, but there's no denying the Tefal Infiny Press Revolution Juicer makes a very impressive addition to your kitchen worktop. Read more
Published 2 months ago by techpuppy
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun juicer that squeezes every drop
This is a screw based mechanism which works very well in getting every last drop from fruit and veg. Read more
Published 2 months ago by roses
5.0 out of 5 stars great help
I have to admit that prior to using this machine the only ways to get juice in our house was to get an old juicing glass out of the cupboard and do it by hand, though it was more... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Su
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