The New York Post found the 12 best juicer machines that are the main squeeze.
All citrus jokes aside, a quality juicer is a no-brainer for your kitchen, especially if you enjoy the convenience it brings to making cold-pressed juices in the morning.
Whether you prefer the classic green juice that’s packed with antioxidants or the fruity smoothie that’s fresh to sip on, we found an option for every preference and all budgets.
Much like your Vitamix blender (which we reviewed and love), these heavy-duty squeezers and presses are especially great for entertaining outside, now that the warmer weather is upon us (new patio furniture, we’re looking at you).
Ahead, find the 12 best juicers of 2022 for squeezing up fruits, vegetables and all of your other refreshing ingredients — available on Amazon, Williams Sonoma and more. They’re a kitchen appliance that’ll last a lifetime.
We’re starting by taking it back to the 50s. The Smeg Citrus Juicer is a new addition to the brand’s retro family, coming in a host of colors to make your bar or countertop pop. Plus, the top cover can even be used as a bowl for fruit and peels.
As one of Amazon’s top selections, Hamilton Beach’s Juicer Machine is like a Nespresso, but for your fruity concoctions. Its stainless steel micromesh filter strains away pulp and seeds for a smooth, sip-all-day beverage.
Notably, its extra-large 3″ largemouth allows you to insert whole foods without precutting — saving you time and a knife-causing headache.
As the most affordable juicer in this edit, Black+Decker’s machine is one of Amazon’s most recommended. Easy to use (and to store when you’re not using), it has adjustable pulp control and a pulp basket, impressively, for tossing your scraps away or reusing them in other recipes.
Meet the most splurge-worthy juicer in this roundup: Hurom’s H-AA Rose Gold Slow Juicer. For $459, it doesn’t exactly squeeze out gold (which we’d like it to, considering the high price tag), but it’s a high-performance machine with an elegant neck, aesthetically pleasing design and customized color selections to match your space.
Take advantage of Amazon’s generous sale on this brushed stainless juicer ASAP. Mueller’s Ultra-Power machine boasts a variety of speed options and an easy clean-up. Plus, its micromesh filter helps extract more juice — giving you more bang for your buck.
No, Nutribullet isn’t just known for its bestselling blender. Its new Slow Juicer resembles the same compact design as its blend-it-up buddy, featuring a no-drip spout, a screen-cleaning brush and a low-speed, quiet motor.
Perhaps you want to give the thousand and one juice recipes you saved on Pinterest a try. Then, Cuisinart’s Pulp-Control Citrus Juicer is the beginner-friendly, cost-effective model for you.
With three pulp-control settings — low, medium and high — it’s an easy-to-use juicer that’ll squeeze out the perfect cold beverage every time.
If you’re looking to save counter space (after all, it’s valuable real estate), look no further than Dash’s Deluxe Compact Masticating Slow Juicer. It’s a slimmer design than most and, if making orange juice or mimosas, it pairs well with the brand’s highly coveted Mini Waffle Maker ($13).
Shake things up (or rather, press) with Breville’s Citrus Press. Its hand-maneuvering design offers more control when crafting your refreshing beverage, pressing harder or softer depending on how much fruit or vegetables you’d like to add.
Not to mention, it’s a high-performance model that’s less than $150.
Similarly, Frieling’s Citrus Press is the showpiece you always want on display. Its contraption is surprisingly simple to use — a straightforward and sleek stainless steel kitchen aide that’s worth the investment.
If you’re looking for a basic juicer that you can store away and doesn’t require hours of manual-flipping to learn how to use properly, then Vinci’s Hands-Free Electric Citrus Juicer is the one for you. Impressively, it holds up to 12 ounces.
We immediately added Eurolux’s Electric Citrus Juicer to our wishlists, namely for its funnel liquid disposal that makes things easy-to-use and mess-free. Plus, you can’t beat the price tag.
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