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L'equip Model 215 XL Juicer (white)

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Model Number306601
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions34.3 x 18.4 x 39.4 cm
Power / Wattage480 watts
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Best Sellers Rank 3,157,913 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.3 Kg
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Date First Available6 Oct. 2008

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Easy to use, quiet yet has a super motor that works instantly to produce fantastic juice. I also use it to make vegetable soups and a better gravy/sauce
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The L'Equip they only do the 2 models and for under £150 price range thats here a real great juicer most juicers arnt that good. and for cleaning the L'Equip are the easiest ta clean hands down and btw the more ya pay dont mean ya get a better juicing machine my choice would be and i have tried a lot of them most juicers are just a waste of time but these are the best i have tried L'Equip 215 xl pulp is pretty dry which i consider the best juicer out there all most forgot 6 yr warranty on the motor and 3 yr on all the other bits for £100 L'Equip 110.5 at £79 then philips hr1861 at £70 1 yr warranty then Magimix Le Duo at £149 way over priced a real waste of your money hope this helps............ i set out ta find a juicer that most people could afford so i had to set a price max that was £150 and these in my opinion are the best ps the cheep ones leak like crazy so dont even go there have fun......
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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good entry level juicer with a solid 10 year warranty. 22 Mar. 2013
By Nonprophet - Published on
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NOTE: The product description for this item says that it only has a 6 year warranty, but stamped right on the box it clearly says 10 year warranty.

I started juicing after seeing Joe Cross's movie "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead." It struck a chord with me, and I decided to take action.

Of course the first step is to get a good juicer!

The internet is loaded with reviews of juicers, so I'll try not to be too redundant. Like a lot of people, I did a fair amount of research before buying a juicer. If there's any one aspect of juicers that I think everyone can agree on, it's that there is no perfect juicer--they all have their trade-offs. The L'Equip XL is a good, solid, entry level juicer with a lot of nice features and a solid 10 year warranty for the $120 price tag.


Nice wide chute takes larger pieces of fruits and veggies--saves time on prep work
Small footprint on countertop
Price--a lot of bang for the buck compared to others
Relatively easy to take down, clean, and reassemble


Plastic notch inside chute (to align the pusher) is too big and things get stuck there a LOT and you have to fight it with the pusher to get things through
Half of the pulp winds up not in the pulp basket, but stuck to the underside of the pulp chute--I suspect that this is because the pulp is still pretty moist because this isn't the most efficient juicer.
Plastic arms to lock down chute/top seem flimsy
Pulp is pretty wet--juicer isn't very efficient in terms of juice extraction (see above)
Fairly loud
Foamy juice that separate
Mediocre at juicing leafy greens like kale, spinach, wheatgrass, etc.

I've been juicing 3-5 times per day for about a month now. When looking into reviews about juicers, I noticed that a fair number of people said that the taste of juice from masticating/slow juicers was superior to centrifugal juicers. Frankly, I though this was a load of hooey and I had a hard time believing it--especially because the taste of the juice from my L'Equip was pretty darned good. Well, a friend of mine loaned me her Omega 8004 a few days ago, and let me tell you, the difference in the taste of the juice was astonishing! The slow juicer's juice was much more "bright" and "lively" than that from the centrifugal L'Equip XL. To be honest, if I hadn't tasted it myself, I wouldn't believe it! Some people claim that centrifugal juicers warm the juice too much which breaks down enzymes and effects the flavors, but, I've also seen "juice-offs" on Youtube where they compared the temps of juices from slow juicers and centrifugal juicers side by side and found no difference in temp. So, I don't know what the difference in taste comes from, but it is VERY noticeable--at least for me comparing the Omega 8004 and the L'Equip XL. I did notice that the juice from the 8004 was much less foamy, and, the juice produced by the 8004 did not separate (unlike the XL), so no need for constant re-stirring to get rid of the foam and blend it well.

My L'Equip just so happens to have a bad switch, so, I'm going to be returning it and getting an Omega 8004. Yes, the chute is quite a bit narrower on the horizontal masticating juicers, but, the juice flavor is amazing, it cleans up super fast, and as a added benefit you can use the 8004 to make nut butters, nut milks, pasta, and yummy fruit sorbets. At $120 for the XL and $220 for the 8004, it's a fairly significant difference in price, but in addition to the taste difference the pulp from the 8004 is very dry, so I think you'll make up the $100 difference pretty quickly in terms of efficiency--I would guess that the 8004 easily produces 20%+ more juice that the XL does. While the chute on the 8004 is narrower which means more slicing and prep time than wide chute juicers, the 8004 cleans up VERY fast (like 1-2 minutes tops) and the added efficiency in getting as much juice as possible plus the multipurpose nature of the 8004 easily offsets the small extra amount of time to slice an apple into 6 sections instead instead of 4.

For the occasional juicer I think the XL is a good choice, or, if money is just really tight it's a good juicer with a great warranty. But if you're serious about juicing, I highly recommend stepping up to the Omega 8004.
46 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My 5th juicer, very happy 31 Oct. 2013
By MumsTheWord - Published on
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This is my 5th juicer. I've worn out a Juiceman junior, and a Juiceman junior pro, each of which gave me about 2 years of daily juicing before the same plastic piece broke (not replaceable). Then I briefly had a Jack LaLane which I promptly gave away because it was cumbersome and not the easiest to take apart and clean. Then I moved to England where I had a beast of a British juicer that ran on a 220 current. It would eat a hammer if you let it. Great machine, but I could not bring it back with me.

So, now back in the US and in need of a juicer. I'd never heard of L'Equipe before, but it hit my price point and had good reviews, along with a Breville and a T-fal juicer. So it was a decision between the 3. I did not consider the Juiceman again because a) the same part breaks b) after using other juicers I realized how much pulp the Juiceman lets into the juice c) low yield of the Juiceman.

So trying to decide between the Breville, T-fal and L'Equipe, which all have good reviews, I went to their websites and that made up my mind. Despite having a French sounding name, L'Equipe is an American company and the juicer is MADE IN THE USA, major selling point for me. Also checking out the website, I saw that they are a "wellness" company, making products that support a healthy lifestyles. So, I like that too.

But, does the thing work?

Yes. Of the five juicers I have owned this is clearly the best:

1. Easy to clean. Particularly the basket. It comes clean much easier than any other I've used, including juicers of friends and family.

2. No pulp in the juice, very smooth.

3. Great yield. Takes fewer carrots than any of my other juicers.

4. Plenty of power. It has chewed up beets, collards, carrots, big hunks of ginger, no problem.

I've had the juicer for a week now (daily use) and I have found only one drawback. It does not come with a clever collection cup. The last juicer I had had a collection cup with a lid so that the spout went down into the cup and was covered, no splash. This juicer has no such ingenious contraption and the juice splatters pretty good as it comes out of the spout. It is an easy fix though, just hold your hand over the spout or drape a kitchen towel over it as you juice to eliminate splatters.

Overall, I really like this machine and heartily recommend it.

Caveat for anyone new to juicing:
I say "easy to clean," but realize that this is a relative term. ALL juicers are a bit of a pain in ass to clean. It will take a few minutes no matter what brand you have. It is just that some juicers are a lot more tedious than others. This cleaning thing is (my opinion) what prevents a lot of people from developing a good juicing habit. It kept me from it for a long time. But once I committed to daily juicing, daily practice allowed me to get good at it and streamline the process. Now I can make a juice and be cleaned up in just a few minutes. At first juicing is a chore. But if you are new, Hang In There! You'll figure out tricks, it gets a lot easier and faster, and . . .
It IS worth it :)


The juicer is still going strong. No complaints. 7 months of frequent usage and I still would recommend the machine :)
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It was easy to get set up and use within minutes 17 May 2016
By PammiBB - Published on
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I bought this juicer for my sister who has recently been diagnosed with HER2 breast cancer that has metastasized to her liver. She needs more condensed nutrition (especially since the chemo produced mouth sores), so I thought this would help her. I unpackaged the juicer to try it out myself before sending it on to her. The juicer was well packed. It was easy to get set up and use within minutes. I had purchased some organic vegetables to juice, so I was ready when it arrived. I juiced some carrots and cucumbers, because those two vegetables are highly recommended for their cancer fighting properties. It took 7 average sized carrots to make 1 cup of juice. The carrot juice didn't froth up very much and was 'clear', i.e. there didn't seem to be any pulp in the juice. I added enough cucumber juice (2 large cucumbers) to make another cup of juice and mixed them together. It was actually quite tasty. I could definitely drink that on a regular basis. I made a fruit juice using apples, white grapes, pears, blueberries and strawberries that was also tasty. The fruit juice did seem to have more pulp in it than the vegetable juice. Putting a plastic bag in the pulp catcher made the clean up so much easier! The pulp does collect up on the inside of the plastic chute just a bit, but is easily cleaned out. I cut up the veggies/fruit fairly minimally to fit into the juicer and applied firm, but not hard pressure to get the juice flowing. The receptacle that you place your produce in is made of metal and seems very durable. The 10 year warranty is a testament to how well it is made. It is not too noisy, which is also a plus. I am planning on purchasing this same unit to keep for myself!
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Faster, Quieter, and Easier than models more than 2x as expensive 17 Nov. 2012
By leonel herrera - Published on
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Works as advertized. The mouth is big enough to stick a whole apple through (still easier to cut in half) and it juices everything fast and easy. It is not overly loud and very easy to put together and break down for cleaning. Two recommendations; (as previously mentioned in another review line the catch bin with a plastic shopping bag to catch the pulp for easy cleanup and get a tooth brush to clean the screen.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Black 215 L'Equip juicer 4 Mar. 2013
By Lori OLeary - Published on
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I've been using this for a week now. Thanks to whoever made the suggestion to put a plastic bag in the pulp catcher...perfect idea for less cleanup! This thing is not as loud as I thought it would be. I've been juicing Kale, celery, cucumbers, apples lemon & ginger. I found by doing a little cutting and staggering the veggies & fruit, it goes through the machine nicely. I'm going to buy one for my son!
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