Best Juicers for Ginger 2019 – Reviews & Buyer’s Guide

a powerful juicerLooking for a juicer that will work magic with ginger? It can be hard finding the right one. Not all juicers are excellent at working with all ingredients.

Investing in a juicer is one of the first steps that you can take towards a healthier lifestyle, but if you are new to juicing, or just new to owning your own personal juicer, it can be a little bit daunting.

That is exactly where we come in. It is our business to know all that there is to know about juicing. We have studied the market, looked for the personal use models that are best equipped for juicing ginger, and assembled this guide explaining what we found.

All that is left for you is to relax and learn from our reviews & buyer’s guide!

Our Top 5 Picks of 2019:

ModelPriceWeightEditor Rating
Breville BJE430SIL The Juice Fountain
Breville BJE430SIL The Juice Fountain
(Top Pick)

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11 lbs5.0/5
Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus
Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus

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13 lbs
Hamilton Beach (67601A)
Hamilton Beach 67601A
(Best for the Money)

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10 lbs4.5/5
KitchenIQ 50484 Ginger Grater Tool
KitchenIQ 50484 Ginger Grater Tool

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1 lb4.3/5
Oster JusSimple FPSTJE9010-000
Oster JusSimple FPSTJE9010-000

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8 lbs4.0/5

5 Best Juicers for Ginger – Our Reviews

1. Breville BJE430SIL The Juice Fountain – Top Pick

Breville BJE430SIL The Juice Fountain

There is a lot to like about our first pick, the Breville Juice Fountain. Breville makes a lot of good juicing products, and this unit is certainly no exception. It features a “cold spin technology” component that minimizes the amount of temperature gained during the juicing process, a 70 ounce storage capacity, and an easy to clean interface.

The Juice Fountain also features a variable speed component that will allow users the chance to have maximum control over their juicing for the most precise concoctions possible.

The one thing that we did notice is that it does leave a little bit of juice on the table. We found that the left over pulp was a little bit more hydrated than we like to see out of a high-end juicer, which means that you aren’t getting all of the juice that you can out of your ingredients.

This issue aside, it is a great juicer that most buyers will love.

  • Low Heat Transfer
  • 70 Ounce Storage Capacity
  • Variable Speed Settings
  • Pulp is a little more hydrated than we like to see

2. Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus – The Runner-Up

Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus

In second place, we have another Breville juicer. Like we said, they make good stuff.

This unit is quick, able to make juice in as little as five seconds, it is powerful, featuring an 850 watt dual speed motor that extracts up to 40% more vitamins than comparable units, and it is even easy to use.

So, why does the JE98XL come in second place? We noticed a few issues in this model that we did not see in the last Breville.

For one thing, we noticed that some of the components are a little bit more vulnerable than rust than we like to see, which can lead to longevity problems.

We also noticed that it doesn’t have an incredible life span—roughly two years—which will of course lead to the expense of replacing it sooner than you would probably hope for.

It’s a good juicer, but because of these issues, many potential buyers may gravitate towards our number one pick.

  • Very Fast
  • Powerful
  • 40% More Vitamins Than Comparable Units
  • Short Life Span
  • Vulnerable to Rust
  • Pricey

3. Hamilton Beach (67601A) – Best for the Money

Hamilton Beach (67601A)

Our best for the money pick, the Hamilton Beach juicer, is here to prove that juicing does not have to be expensive.

This affordable, 800 watt juicer features a large chute that will be able to accept whole fruits and vegetables, it is easy to clean, and it even has a nice, simple to use interface.

In other words, it’s quite similar to the last couple of juicers that we looked at.

We did, however, notice a couple of issues that unfortunately kept it out of our top two. For one thing, this juicer leaves behind a lot of wet pulp when dealing with bulk quantities, which means that you aren’t getting the most out of your sessions.

We also noticed that it struggled to skillfully extract juice from wetter ingredients, like cucumbers, without integrating lots of pulp into the juice.

Both of these issues are very common to juicers of this price range, but of course, that does not make them any less frustrating.

Other than that, this is a good juicer, available at a good price.

  • Can Accept Whole Fruits and Vegetables
  • Best for the Money
  • Simple to use
  • Struggles with wet ingredients
  • Not as thorough as some of the other options

4. KitchenIQ 50484 Ginger Grater Tool – A cool tool

KitchenIQ 50484 Ginger Grater Tool

Since juicing ginger is the name of the game for today’s article, this next unit sounds very appropriate, right? In some ways, it certainly is, but unfortunately, if you are looking for something with the rich list of features we saw in the last three picks, you will be disappointed.

Why? Because it is not a juicer.

While the other options that we have looked at today are going to allow you to juice just about anything, including ginger, this tool has a much narrower focus.

The fine blades featured on this grater are going to be great for creating ginger paste, but not much else.

Ultimately, many users may find that it makes more economic sense to spend a little bit more money on a kitchen tool with a wider range of use.

  • Perfect for Making Ginger Paste
  • Not good for making anything other than ginger paste

5. Oster JusSimple FPSTJE9010-000

Oster JusSimple FPSTJE9010-000

In our last place spot, we go back to looking at more traditional juicers. The Oster JusSimple is a basic juicer that looks pretty good at a glance.

It features 900 watts of power, it is easy to clean, it comes with two speed settings, and the feed chute is large enough to accommodate full fruits and vegetables.

Ultimately, it is the cons that keep this juicer at the bottom of our list.

This unit struggles with leafy greens, it leaves behind lots of pulp, and it just produces a lot less juice than many comparable options when using the same amount of ingredients.

The bottom line is that, while the Oster does do some things right, there are more affordable juicers out there that get better results.

  • Easy to Clean
  • Multiple Speed Settings
  • Pulpy
  • Struggles with leafy greens
  • Inefficient compared to other similar units

Buying Considerations:

It’s ok if you are still confused after reading our juicer reviews. These are nuanced appliances, and there is a lot to keep in mind before you buy. If you still feel a little bit unsure which juicer is going to be right for your situation, read on for some buying considerations that will help to clarify what to look for and expect out of a juicer.

Feed Chute:

The feed chute is ultimately going to determine what quantity of ingredients you are able to juice at once.

Centrifugal juicers are usually known for having larger feed chutes than their masticating alternatives, which allows users to juice entire fruits and vegetables without encountering the need to finely chop them.

Masticating juicers, which cannot accommodate larger ingredient sizes, are often thought to be superior to centrifugal juicers, because in many instances, they are able to preserve more nutrients.

The reality is that both centrifugal and masticating juicers can be great. It is all a matter of finding that option best suited to you.

Juicers Don’t Blend:

People often get juicers and blenders confused because their finished products bear a striking resemblance, but do keep in mind that juicers do not blend.

The job of a blender is to liquify the pulp of an ingredient by shredding it apart. Juicers sperate the juice from the pulp through extraction methods, leaving only the nutrients.

These kitchen tools are, in many ways, very similar, but they differ in important ways.

For example, you wouldn’t want to try and use your juicer to whip up some pesto.


We have seen good juicers that are very affordable, and bad juicers that are very expensive. While this is a purchase that could see you dropping a lot of money, that definitely does not need to be the case.

Performance is what counts when it comes to juicing, and, unfortunately, spending lots of money does not guarantee you will get a juicer that can perform well.

Rather than paying attention to price, pay attention to what people who use the juicer are saying.

If the people that use the juicer in question are pleased with what it can do, it is probably a winner regardless of price.


You’ve read your juicers for ginger reviews, and now it is time to decide which model you are going to add to your home health regiment.

As you probably noticed from our guide already, most of the options are pretty appealing. The model that you ultimately choose is going to be determined by the unique needs of your household.

However, if you are struggling, we do have a couple of general recommendations that might make the buying process a little bit easier.

If you are willing to spend a little bit of money to get a juicer that is capable of really great results, you may favor our top pick, the Breville BJE430SIL Juice Fountain.

On the other hand, if you are trying to stick to a tighter budget, you may find that our best for the money pick, the Hamilton Beach (67601A) gives you all of the quality you could need at a price that won’t sting so much.

Of course, the decision is ultimately yours alone to make. Our only hope is that we made it a little bit easier for you.

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