9 Best Centrifugal Juicers of 2020 – Top Picks & Reviews
Last Updated on November 23, 2020
Juicing is a great way to extract nutrients from your food to make a healthy, tasty drink. Of course, those benefits are only worth it if you can find a great centrifugal juicer without the process being so stressful that you need the juice more than ever.
Shopping online can be a pain, but we’ve taken steps to help keep it as simple as possible. Our curated list of the best centrifugal juicers of 2020 makes it easy to find great options. Plus, our reviews show the good and bad qualities of each, so you know exactly what you’re getting before you buy.
We also have a buyer’s guide, so you can find out more about these great machines and make informed decisions, even if you’ve never owned a juicer before.
Our Favorite Models in 2020
|Best Overall||Breville 800JEXL||
|Best Value||Hamilton Beach 67601A||
The 9 Best Centrifugal Juicers
1. Breville 800JEXL Centrifugal Juicer – Best Overall
The Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite is one of the best centrifugal juicers on the market. It earns the top spot on our list due in large part to its powerful 1000-watt motor. That puts it on par with some tools in your garage when it comes to power. It comes with two speeds that let you optimize the machine for leafy vegetables or harder fruits and veggies. The massive three-inch feed tube allows you to drop whole fruits and vegetables into the basket for easy juicing. Not having to cut things will save you lots of time.
Even better, the majority of parts in this juicer are dishwasher-safe. If you’re looking for a model that will use its power to shred fruits and veggies to unlock their inherent nutrients, and then have easy cleanup, this is the one for you. It’s not the best at dealing with seeds, so if those are a prominent feature of your juicing, you may want to look elsewhere. Overall, we think that this is the best centrifugal juicer of 2020.
2. Jamba Centrifugal Juicer
The Jamba Appliances 67901 Centrifugal Juicer is made by a company that’s famous for its juice and smoothies. Consequently, you know you’re getting a juicer that you can expect a lot from. It has an easy-clean strainer, which is a necessity for people who make large batches of juice at a time. It also comes with an incredibly large 3.5-inch chute, allowing you to drop even the largest whole apples into the juicer without any issue. The 1100-watt motor makes it somewhat more powerful than the top model on our list.
This juicer has a great pitcher. Not only is the side labeled for measurements, but it also comes with a froth separator. If that’s a part of the drink you hate, you’ll love being able to remove it. What keeps this model out of first place is that it isn’t great with greens, which is something of a shame. However, it does well with harder fruits and vegetables. It’s a hair more expensive than the previous one, making it something of a tossup. For some people, this juicer will be the best fit, while others will like our top choice better.
3. Hamilton Beach Centrifugal Juicer – Best Value
If you’re looking for a great deal, the Hamilton Beach 67601A Big Mouth Juice Extractor is right for you. This juicer has a large, three-inch chute. That’s not the biggest one out there, but it’s large enough to let you cut down on the amount of preparation before you juice. The 800-watt motor is powerful enough to make short work of even the toughest fruits and vegetables. The most distinctive thing about it could well be its extra-large pulp bin, which lets you juice for an extended period without having to stop to empty it.
However, the best thing about this juicer is easily its very low price. You can pick it up for around 80 percent less than you’d spend on the top two models on our list. That’s an incredible deal. The one thing that could be better is that it’s very noisy, and not something you’ll want to use while others are sleeping. Still, if you’re looking for a great centrifugal juicer at a low price, this one will make you very happy.
4. Breville JE98XL Juice Extractor
The Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus is a juicer many people love. While it’s not good enough to rise to the top of our list, it’s a perennial winner in many households. It has a large, three-inch chute, so you won’t have to cut as many large fruits and vegetables before inserting them into this juicer. It also has a powerful, 850-watt motor. Since it comes with two speeds, you’ll be able to make the most of its power, without spinning too fast to extract the juice from lighter fruits and vegetables.
There’s also a large-capacity pulp collector. If you want to juice a week’s worth of produce at once, you’ll get a ton of value out of a machine that won’t force you to stop multiple times to empty the pulp basket. We’d rank this one higher if it were easier to clean, as it has lots of nooks and crannies that trap juice and produce. As it is, it’s on the more difficult side, and that hurts its value. However, if you want a juicer that will get the job done, this one isn’t the worst choice.
5. Cuisinart CJE-1000 Centrifugal Juicer
The Cuisinart CJE-1000 Die-Cast Juice Extractor comes with a 1000-watt motor, though at a much lower price than the ones on this list that reach that very high level of power. It comes with five different speeds. That’s a great feature that more centrifugal juicers should have since, with two speeds, you often have produce mixes that need a speed somewhere in the middle. With this machine, you can set that speed and get optimal juicing results. There’s a foam-reducing basket, so if you’re a foam hater, you’ll love the juice this juicer makes.
What hurts it the most is its small pulp collector. If you’re going to be making more than one or two servings of juice at once, you’ll have to pause to empty the pulp basket a few times. It also doesn’t produce pulp that is as dry as other models, so a lot of juice is left in the pulp. This is a good juicer, but most people can find one they like better.
6. Breville BJE200XL Centrifugal-Juicer
Breville has a good reputation in the juicing community. The Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain has many features that make it easy to understand why. It has a decently powerful 700-watt motor. That’s not worthy of distinction, but it’s also not so weak that it won’t be able to get the job done. It also includes a three-inch feed chute, so you’ll be able to drop most fruits and vegetables in whole. When it comes to clean up, this machine makes it easy, as all the parts are dishwasher-safe.
Unfortunately, there’s only one speed. When that happens with juicers, they tend to struggle at one end or the other, and in this juicer’s case, it’s leafy greens that it struggles with. If you’re not big on using those in your juice, you won’t have any issues, but if those are a part of your diet, you’ll want a different model. That means it won’t be the right thing for many users. If it had two speeds, or better yet, multiple speeds, most people would get more value out of it.
7. Aicok Centrifugal Juicer
The Aicok Centrifugal Juicer with Wide Mouth only has a 2.5-inch chute, which isn’t as great as some others on our list, but it’s still wider than many competitors that didn’t make the cut. Wide chutes are great because they save you time that would otherwise be spent chopping up fruits and vegetables. This model also comes with three speeds, which makes it one of the best on our list in that category. More speeds mean more control, and more control means you’ll get more juice out of the pulp. There’s a two-year warranty, which is good given that this is a low-priced juicer.
Unfortunately, this machine isn’t the best at extracting juice. The pulp from most fruits and vegetables will remain moist, which isn’t something you want to see from any juicer. Worse, it forces many users to use their warranty. Some units even break down within the first week of use, which suggests general manufacturing and quality control issues. Overall, this isn’t the best juicer, and given its poor quality track record, it won’t leave most people satisfied.
8. Bagotte Compact Juice Extractor
On the surface, the Bagotte Compact Juice Extractor does some things correctly. It has a three-inch chute. Chutes that large save you time that would otherwise be spent over a cutting board, knife in hand. There are two speeds, which in theory should help you get the most juice out of different kinds of produce. Unfortunately, it fails at that goal, as it especially struggles with leafy greens. That’s a common problem among inexpensive centrifugal juicers, and it’s certainly true of this one.
It doesn’t have great durability, either. Many units break down in just a few months of regular use. While you’re still covered by the warranty at that point, it’s a pain to return or exchange the juicer. Even if it doesn’t break down, we’re not sure that all users will like it. It doesn’t have great power, so you don’t get as much juice free from the pulp as you would with many others. Ultimately, there’s not a ton to like about how it operates, which makes it a poor overall deal despite its very low price.
9. BLACK+DECKER Centrifugal Juicer
The BLACK+DECKER Juice Extractor (JE2200B) has some original ideas but fails to deliver in all important areas. The juice cup is great. It’s marked on the side so you can make measurements. It’s also shaped in a way that makes sure it catches all the juice, and also makes it easy to pour when you’re ready to transfer it. If you don’t have a giant kitchen, you may also like that it comes with an integrated pulp container. While that makes cleaning it something of a pain, it also means it takes up less counter space.
However, the small chute means you have to cut up nearly every kind of fruit, vegetable, or other produce you want to put in this machine. That’s a big waste of time when you have a ton of alternative options that don’t require as much work. It also only has 400 watts of power, which isn’t all that much, so if you’re looking for a machine that can do it all, this won’t be it. Overall, this is a juicer that most people will dislike.
When shopping for a centrifugal juicer, the number one thing to look for is one that gets your pulp as dry as possible. When the pulp is dry, you’ll know you’ve gotten the maximum amount of juice out of your produce, and the most efficient juicing experience.
Since fruits and vegetables differ in moisture content and flexibility, you’ll need a lot of power to get the juice out of the toughest produce. Find a machine with a wide range of speeds, as you’ll maximize the range of produce you can juice effectively.
The second thing to prioritize is ease of cleaning. For some reason, not all juicers have dishwasher-safe parts. You’ll have to clean everything by hand, which can be very time-consuming.
Unfortunately, some juicers also have lots of small nooks and crannies that require you to clean them with an included brush, which can be annoying. If you want to save as much time as possible, it’s well worth it to spend more on a model with all dishwasher-safe parts.
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The Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite is our favorite due to its great power, two speeds, and a three-inch feed tube. In second is the Jamba Appliances 67901 Centrifugal Juicer, which is easy to clean, has a very large chute, and a very powerful motor. Its lack of success with greens costs it the top spot. The Hamilton Beach 67601A Big Mouth Juice Extractor also has a large chute, plus an extra-large pulp bin and a powerful motor. Its very low price makes it the best overall value for the money here.
The Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus has a powerful motor, two speeds, and a large-capacity pulp collector, but its relatively difficult cleaning process drops it out of the top three. The Cuisinart CJE-1000 Die-Cast Juice Extractor has a powerful motor and great speed control, but its small pulp collector and relatively moist pulp leave it in fifth. In the sixth, the Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain has a decently powerful motor, a large feed chute, and dishwasher-safe parts, but its single-speed means it struggles with leafy greens.
The seventh-place belongs to the Aicok Centrifugal Juicer with Wide Mouth, which has a 2.5-inch chute and an impressive three speeds, but its wet pulp and lack of durability make it a poor choice. There are some things to like about the Bagotte Compact Juice Extractor, such as its three-inch chute and two speeds. However, its poor durability, low power, and poor performance with leafy greens cost it quite a few spots. We want to like the BLACK+DECKER Juice Extractor (JE2200B), which comes with a great juice-collection cup and an integrated pulp container, but its low power, small chute, and difficult cleaning put it in the last place.
We hope these reviews and buyer’s guide have helped you understand centrifugal juicers from chute to spout, and that you now know which one you want to get. We wish you good luck with finding the best centrifugal juicer for your needs!
Nicole is a juice fanatic and overall fitness enthusiast who loves sharing her passion for juicing with others. When she’s not blending up a new concoction of her favorite fruits and vegetables, Nicole can be found behind the computer, writing about all things juice!
Table of Contents
- Our Favorite Models in 2020
- The 9 Best Centrifugal Juicers
- 1. Breville 800JEXL Centrifugal Juicer – Best Overall
- 2. Jamba Centrifugal Juicer
- 3. Hamilton Beach Centrifugal Juicer – Best Value
- 4. Breville JE98XL Juice Extractor
- 5. Cuisinart CJE-1000 Centrifugal Juicer
- 6. Breville BJE200XL Centrifugal-Juicer
- 7. Aicok Centrifugal Juicer
- 8. Bagotte Compact Juice Extractor
- 9. BLACK+DECKER Centrifugal Juicer
- Buyer’s Guide