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Slow Juicers

Slow Juicers

For us, almost no day goes by without preparing a freshly squeezed juice. Our favorite juices are celery juice and juices made from lots of greens and a little fruit. To ensure that your freshly squeezed juice tastes good, is as clear and particle-free as possible and also contains the maximum of nutrients and vital substances, we strongly recommend peparing it with a slow juicer.

Slow juicers are characterized by a nutrient-preserving - slow - juicing of the ingredients. This is the only way to reduce oxidation to a minimum and ensure maximum nutrient density. Therefore, we have specialized on slow juicers and only sell devices that we can recommend without reservation. Whether you're new to the colorful world of juicing or already know what kind of juice you're particularly keen on (e. G. celery juice): Every model we offer has been tested extensively and is rated as a recommendable slow juicer.

Information about Slow Juicers

Svenja und Carla test Slow Juicers

Why a Slow Juicer?

Slow juicers are the specialists when it comes to getting the maximum nutrients and vital substances out of the ingredients - they rotate slowly and gently. Four advantages of Slow Juicers:

Slow Juicer Advantage 1: Less oxidation protects nutrients and flavor

Juicing is all about minimizing oxidation to preserve nutrients. Slow juicers rotate slowly - hardly any oxygen is absorbed during the juicing process. Not only does this keep valuable nutrients alive, but it also affects the taste.

Slow Juicer Advantage 2: No heat generation

Nutrients are not only sensitive to oxygen, but also to heat. Since slow juicers work/rotate very slowly, heat development during the juicing process is prevented. This also explains the name that often is given to slow juicers: "cold juicer".

Slow Juicer Advantage 3: Higher juice yield

Slow juicers squeeze the ingredients such as fruits, vegetables or leafy greens against a screen with tremendous pressure, extracting every drop of juice from the ingredients. This makes slow juicing an efficient and high-yield juicing process that is very cost effective in terms of ingredient use.

Slow Juicer advantage 4: Grasses can also be juiced

Slow juicers not only juice fruits and vegetables such as celery stalks, carrots, and apples, they can also process healthy leafy greens such as spinach, wild herbs and grasses. Centrifugal juicers reach their limits here due to their design. They may be able to juice celery with significant oxidation and heat generation, but processing grasses ( e. G. wheatgrass) is not possible at all. In our tests, the juicing process generated enough pressure to explosively detach the lid of the juice drum from the device.

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Slow Juicer - three types of devices

Top 3 Slow Juicer Ranking

We drink freshly squeezed juices every day, therefore we test slow juicers every day. To help you navigate through the slow juicer market as quickly as possible, we've created a ranking of the 3 best slow juicers in their respective categories. Because within the slow juicer world, there are three fundamentally different classes of devices:

And it should be clear by now that not all slow juicers are the same. The different device classes have different strengths and weaknesses in the operation and preparation of freshly squeezed juices. Therefore, it is important to know what kind of juice you want to prepare and what you value before purchasing a device.

Svenja und Carla test Slow Juicer

Top 3 Horizontal juicer with single auger: User-friendly all-rounder

If the slow juicer should be able to process all types of fruit, vegetables and leafy greens without any problems and be as easy to handle as possible, then horizontal juicers with one auger are the devices of choice. They are the most user-friendly all-rounders among slow juicers: Handling and cleaning are so easy that you can still enjoy your breakfast even if you already are 5 minutes late. We like to say that horizontal juicers with single auger are the best way to enter the world of juicing.

The juice yield is somewhat lower, the juice is not as fiber free as with a twin auger juicer and accordingly the juice does not have the same full bodied, round and smooth texture.

1st Place: Sana Juicer-707

Sana Juicer by Omega EUJ-707 Rot
Sana Juicer 707
"Easy to go"
499.00 €

Proven over many years and our customers favorite - the Sana 707 convinces with its juice yield and very easy handling. The variety of colors and high-quality accessories also make the 707 the most popular model of all. Rightly in first place in this segment!

2nd Place: Sana 727 Supreme

Sana Supreme EUJ-727 in schwarz
Sana 727 Supreme Juicer
699.00 €

The Sana Supreme scores with an excellent juice yield, easy cleaning and its brushless industrial motor. This not only makes it run continuously, smoothly and quietly, but also saves energy and in the long term.

3th place: Omega Juicers MM900

Omega Juicers MM900
Omega MM900
"Anthony's favorite"
449.00 €

The celery juice expert par excellence, Anthony William, loves the MM900. It is optimized specifically for celery juice and produces an amazingly high juice yield. A fair price and the fact that it is very easy to clean make it a perfect everyday device.

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Top 3 Vertical juicer: Compact specialists for fruit juices and soft ingredients

If juicing is primarily about fruits such as apples and pears, pineapples and berries, or water-rich vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes, vertical juicers are the specialists. Due to their design, pure fruit juices can be produced well, as gravity is more effective than with horizontal devices. Of course, mixed juices of fruit, leafy greens or root vegetables can also be prepared. However, vertical slow juicers are less suitable for juicing large quantities of fibrous ingredients such as celery or leafy greens. These ingredients cause the juice drum and screen to clog frequently.

Another advantage of the design: vertical juicers are more space-saving and take up less room in the kitchen than most horizontal juicers.

In terms of juice yield and juice quality, vertical juicers deliver good results. However, handling and cleaning effort are somewhat higher than with the user-friendly horizontal juicers with one auger - as there are simply more parts and a larger screen in use.

1. Platz: Hurom H-320N & Kuvings REVO830

We award two first places in this category: One goes to the Hurom H-320N, with which you can juice more conveniently and in less time than with any other slow juicer. The other first-place winner is the Kuvings REVO830, which impressed us with its very good juice yield - better than any other vertical juicer! Both are also perfect for making fruit juices - and both are deservedly in 1st place!

2nd Place: Hurom H-AA

Hurom H-AA in Dunkelgrau Front
Hurom H-AA
"Huroms beginners"

Regular Price: 399.00

Special Price 349.00 €

The Hurom H-AA follows at a slight distance from the top position in second place. This reliable vertical juicer impresses with a good juice yield, compact dimensions and an attractive price-performance ratio. This is because the Hurom H-AA is technically in no way inferior to the more expensive Hurom Hz-Alpha.

3rd Place: Tribest Shine

Tribest Shine Kompakt-Entsafter
Tribest Shine
199.00 €

This small, compact slow juicer is perfect for juicing fruits or vegetables up to 500 ml and really finds its place in every kitchen. The perfect juicer for single or 2-person households. With a price of under 200 euros, it is a real bargain and deservedly lands in 3rd place in this best list.

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Top 3 Horizontal juicer with twin auger: Specialists for green juices and root juice

If juicing is primarily about producing green juices from fibrous ingredients such as leafy greens, celery and grasses, or juice from carrots, beet and parsnips, then a horizontal juicer with twin auger is likely to come into question. The juice ingredients are squeezed to the last drop by two interlocking augers. The result: you get maximum juice yield and maximum flavor experience. In our experience, all juices taste a tad more aromatic, balanced and full-bodied with the same amount of ingredients.

When making juices exclusively from soft or very ripe fruit such as pineapple, mealy apples and pears, or berry fruit, twin auger juicers do have some difficulties. The reason: The ingredients jam the hopper, foam starts building easily and the juicing process takes a bit longer. In addition, cleaning after juicing is more time-consuming than with horizontal juicers with only one auger.

1st Place: Angel Juicer

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Angel Juicer 5500 / 7500 / 8500S
"Best juicer"
1,319.00 €

The Angel Juicer is actually in a class of its own. Due to its high-quality workmanship and appearance, as well as the sensational juice taste. The Angle Juicer is a must have for all green gourmet juice lovers.

2nd Place: Greenstar Pro

Greenstar Pro grau
Greenstar Pro
"Professional greenery lover"
899.00 €

If you want a twin auger juicer but don't have a budget of more than 1000 €, go for the Greenstar. The Greenstar Pro is the better choice in our opinion. The metal augers promise a longer service life than the augers of the Greenstar Elite.

3th Place: Greenstar Elite

Greenstar Elite
Greenstar Elite
699.00 €

The less expensive Greenstar variant. Also recommended and well worth its price. The most popular slow juicer from Tribest!

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Slow Juicer for wheatgrass juice

Slow juicer for wheatgrass juice, spelt grass juice, barley grass juice

If you have read the paragraph "TOP 3 Twin auger Slow Juicers", you can skip this part. Without a doubt, twin augers are best for all grasses. Once you start juicing, you will notice that the twin auger models are actually designed for juicing grasses. No wonder, the twin auger juicers produce a much higher juice yield than other models. Horizontal single auger juicers can also process grasses, but will never be as efficient in terms of juice yield. We don't recommend vertical juicers for producing grass juices in larger quantities, as the grass gets stuck in the housing. For those who want to enjoy freshly squeezed grass juice regularly, purchasing a twin auger slow juicer definitely makes sense. For those who only want to process wheatgrass or barleygrass from time to time, the single auger juicers might be a more cost-effective alternative.

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Prepare celery juice with the slow juicer

Slow juicer for celery juice

Celery juice can be produced easily with any juicer, even with a centrifugal juicer. However, if you want to enjoy a chunk-free and nutrient-dense celery juice, you should use a slow juicer. The Angel juicer simply outperforms all other juicers, but there are some single auger slow juicers that can almost achieve the same juice yield (see celery juice test). In terms of handling, however, horizontal slow juicers with one auger are much easier to use - especially when it comes to cleaning. Therefore, our current general recommendation for celery juicers: Single auger horizontal juicers.

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Slow juicer for fruit and vegetable juices

Slow juicer for fruits and vegetables

Even though we haven't done any exact juice yield tests on this, our experience can already tell that the twin auger juicers are less suitable for this discipline. Due to the hopper, the ingredients have to be cut into very small pieces and juicing produces a lot of foam. This is much more convenient with the single auger juicers. There is not as much foam and thus each juicing process is somewhat faster. However, the vertical juicers perform best here. As already shown in the conclusion to the slow juicer best list above, the vertical slow juicers use the help of gravity when preparing fruit juices or juices with a large proportion of soft or watery ingredients such as tomatoes and cucumbers, grapes, mealy apples and pears or cucumbers.

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Slow juicers that are easy to clean

Of course, cleaning must also be mentioned when it comes to slow juicers. Especially if you want to "quickly" squeeze yourself a ginger shot, it is important to know whether the slow juicer can easily be cleaned or not. If you know cleaning will take too long, you won't do it at all. This means you miss out on the immune booster for in between and a more cleaning-friendly device would have led to much more intensive use.

In any case, the easiest to clean are the single auger slow juicers, like the Sana Juicer-707:

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Freshly squeezed juices from the slow juicer

Slow Juicer vs. Centrifugal Juicer

Centrifugal juicers rotate quickly. Accordingly, larger quantities can be juiced in a shorter time. However, this generates significantly more heat and, above all, oxidation. Both lead to the juice losing nutrients and vital substances. The oxidation can be recognized by a grayish color of the juice, it is also noticeable in terms of taste. In addition, the juice yield is often lower, and the juice may still contain solid pieces. A slow juicer is gentle on nutrients, achieves a higher juice yield and, above all, produces a better tasting juice.

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39 | Comment(s)

Which slow juicer is suitable for everything or do I have to have different devices for fruits and vegetables? I would also prefer the slow speed devices.
Thank you in advance.
Many greetings,
Carla von Grü
Hello Burghard,

thank you for your inquiry. A great all-rounder is the Sana Juicer EUJ-707, which allows you to juice fruits, vegetables and leafy greens while preserving nutrients at only 63-75 revolutions per minute.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me.
Best regards,
Hello :)
I have already read up a bit and was already in Berlin in your store :)
My choice has fallen on the Sana 707
What are the advantages of the Sana 727, which is a bit more expensive? Is the additional investment worth it
Compared to the 707 model?
I am looking for an all-rounder that can juice a mixture of fruits and vegetables, preferably ginger, orange, apple and even a stick of celery. The ease of cleaning is also great with the 707.
I look forward to your feedback
Kind regards, Gesine
Carla von Grü
Hello Gesine,

thank you very much for your inquiry.

With the Sana 707, you have chosen a robust all-rounder among the slow juicers that processes the ingredients you mentioned into a full-bodied and clear juice. Since the 707 is now also offered with a celery juice insert, it is even optimized for the production of freshly squeezed celery juice.

The Sana Supreme offers a little more convenience than the Sana 707: On the one hand, juice ingredients - especially small cut or berry fruits - can be filled more conveniently via the funnel-shaped feed chute, and on the other hand, a practical juice outlet flap prevents juice spillage once the juice container has been removed. Both details would of course also be desirable in the Sana 707, especially the juice outlet flap!
In addition, the Sana Supreme is equipped with a more powerful motor - a brushless industrial motor - which of course justifies the price premium. This ensures that the Sana 727 can run without any runtime restrictions - 24 hours non-stop, so to speak. This is particularly useful for people who produce larger quantities of freshly squeezed juice every day - whether for juice cures, for the family or in catering operations. The Sana 707 has a run time limit of 30 minutes maximum. In addition, the Supreme runs somewhat quieter and smoother overall than the Sana 707 due to the motor and also consumes less power.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Many greetings,
Claudia El Jebbari
I am looking for a juicer that can juice apples, carrots and celery or beet and of course softer fruit without problems. In addition, it should be good and easy to clean. Can you recommend me one?
Many thanks in advance with best regards
Carla von Grü
Hello Claudia,

thank you for your inquiry. If you would like to juice softer fruits, I recommend the Hurom H-320N. It is THE specialist for fruit juices, and of course you can also easily juice root vegetables and celery stalks with it. Cleaning is easy, but takes a bit more time than with Horizont juicers with a press roller. I would overlook that, as Horizon juicers quickly cause ingredient jams in the filler housing when juicing soft fruit. The Hurom H-320N, on the other hand, has no problems with this at all - simply fill the generous feed chamber with apples, pears or fruit of your choice and press START. Now the Hurom H-320N juices without your intervention thanks to its self-feeding function

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Best regards,
Carla von Grü
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Can you tell me what the advantage (or not) of juices over smoothies is... I know the difference since I make my own smoothie almost every day. But what is better about juice? I thought smoothies are better because everything is processed, even the peel (e.g. apple)… I'm confused with the slow juicer hype...
Carla von Grü
Dear Polina,

nothing is better or worse. In our opinion, smoothie and juice both have an important role in a conscious, nutrient-rich diet. While the green smoothie can replace an entire meal – since all the fibre remains in it, a fresh juice is an even easier-to-digest energy boost. Both preparations succeed in consuming a lot of fruits, vegetables, leafy greens and herbs on a daily or regular basis. We think that's terrific!
Since we love smoothies as much as juices, we decided to include slow juicers for making fresh, cold-pressed juices in addition to high-speed blenders.

Warm regards,
Andrea schmelzer
Hello all,

Angel Juicer:
Is the considerable price difference for the higher quality stainless steel justified?
And is the automatic return also worth the money?
What is your estimated opinion on this…regardless of the question of being able to afford the device.

When ordering to Switzerland: what costs are incurred, e.g. customs duties?

Many thanks
Carla von Grü
Hello Andrea,

thank you for your questions about the Angel Juicer.

Our recommendation regarding the automatic reverse function is quite clear: Get either the basic model Angel Juicer 5500 or the premium model Angel Juicer 8500S. Why? In our entire Angel Juicer experience, it has never happened that the augers jammed during juicing and the reverse function had to be started manually or automatically to release the blockage. Presumably, the augers only block if a hard foreign object such as a spoon accidentally gets into the feed chute. In our opinion, the automatic return therefore offers no practical advantage, which is why the Angel Juicer 5500 has no disadvantage in this point compared to the Angel Juicer 7500 and 8500S.

In terms of higher-quality stainless steel in the Angel Juicer 8500A, this can be quite useful. Due to its composition (more nickel, less chromium, additionally 2 percent molybdenum), the SUS316 stainless steel is much more resistant to salt water and heat than the SUS304 stainless steel (contains no molybdenum at all!). This can be an advantage, for example, in an environment with very salty air or constantly above-average humidity, as the risk of corrosion or rust is naturally correspondingly higher here. So if you live in a coastal town or in regions with high humidity, we recommend the Angel Juicer 8500S.

About the shipping / customs costs for orders from Switzerland
We deliver our juicers to Switzerland free of shipping costs, and WITHOUT German VAT – will be deducted directly upon purchase in the shopping cart.

In Switzerland, you must then pay additional customs duties

In addition to the basic fee of CHF 11.50, you will be charged a surcharge of 3% of the declared value of goods (excluding import duties and customs clearance).

Examples: Our package has a value of CHF 400.00:
Basic fee: CHF 11.50 (regardless of the value of the goods)
Surcharge: CHF 12.00 (corresponds to 3% of the declared value of goods)
Customs clearance fee: CHF 23.50 (=total amount of fees)

In addition, the Swiss VAT of 7% must be paid.

Roughly, you can assume a total surcharge of 10% + 11.50 CHF on the value of goods, which is displayed in the shopping cart for delivery to Switzerland.

Best regards,
Your team