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Chefn Juicester 2 In 1 Citrus Orange Lime Juicer XL - 15679008
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- Extra large version of the very popular Juicester. Large and small contoured reamers to conform with the inner shape of the fruit. Anti-skid base. Dishwasher safe.
- Size: Height:20cm Width:13cm Depth:17cm
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Extra large version of the very popular Juicester. Large and small contoured reamers to conform with the inner shape of the fruit. Anti-skid base. Dishwasher safe.Size: Height:20cm Width:13cm Depth:17cm
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
The first is not a big problem, which is its narrow neck, as you can see from the picture. This makes cleaning the container a bit hard, although normally a rinse is enough, every now and then I prefer a thorough cleaning using a sponge. I guess I could use one of those bottle brush, but still not sure how well that'll work.
The biggest problem, however, is the size of the top orange part. I mainly use it for orange or grapefruit juicing, so far I've always put the bigger reamer on. But guess what, once that is on, there's very little space left for the pulp. After one grapefruit, I already have to use a spoon to "squeeze" the juice from the pulp so that it can go down to the container. Two grapefruits will involve a lot of manual squeezing of the pulp, not fun at all!
1. Strainer lets very small seeds through. This is especially a problem with lemons and limes, which is mostly what I use this for. So I end up still having to pour the squeezed juice through a fine mesh strainer when adding it to a recipe. This also lets quite a bit of pulp through, which is ok for some recipes, but I make a lot of salad dressings and too much pulp isn't nice in a vinaigrette.
2. The body of the container is too lightweight. I wish it was made of glass for better stability when pushing on it. When I apply enough downward pressure while twisting to really squeeze the last bit out of the citrus, the plastic container tends to wobble a bit or tip over and I end up picking it up off the counter and holding the juicer in left hand while using right hand to twist the citrus all in mid air instead of on the countertop. Doing it this way feels awkward.
With a finer stainer and a glass body this might be a perfect design.