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Top 10 Best Whole Fruit Juicer Machines

Compare Our Top 10 Best Whole Fruit Juicer Machines Using Our Comparison Table Below
1) Sage By Heston Blumenthal The Nutri Juicer Plus2) Philips HR1867/21 Viva Collection Juicer3) Russell Hobbs 20365 Aura Whole Fruit Juicer4) VonShef Whole Fruit Juicer5) Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection Compact Juicer
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Average User Rating (4.6 / 5) (4.3 / 5) (4.2 / 5) (4.2 / 5) (4.4 / 5)
Feeding Tube Size84mm75mm75mm75mm60mm
Speed Settings51221
Juice Jug IncludedYesYesYesYesYes
Pulp CollectionYesYesYesYesYes
Warranty2 year

5 year on motor
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6) Philips HR1868/81 Avance Collection Juicer7) Duronic JE10 Juicer Machine8) Sage By Heston Blumenthal The Compact Nutri Juicer9) Andrew James Professional Whole Fruit Power Juicer10) Andrew James Chrome Whole Fruit Juicer Extractor
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Average User Rating (4.2 / 5) (4.2 / 5) (4.5 / 5) (4.1 / 5) (3.7 / 5)
Feeding Tube Size80mm85mm75mm75mm75mm
Speed Settings22122
Juice Jug IncludedYesYesYesYesYes
Pulp CollectionYesYesYesYesYes
Warranty2 year2 year2 year

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A Guide To The Best Whole Fruit Juicer Machines

Investing in a whole fruit juicer machine aka centrifugal juicer is one of the effective ways to get into a healthier lifestyle.  Not only does it make it easier for you to achieve your five-a-day but it can also save you time as there are many fruits and vegetables you can put in the machine whole. 

For those who are not a big fan of veg, adding it with fruit in a juicer is a great way to disguise the taste.  It’s also much quicker and easier to drink juice than it is to eat the fruit and veg individually.  Having your vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants in liquid form will allow your body to absorb all the nutrients easier.

How To Choose The Best Whole Fruit Juicer Machine

Buying the best whole fruit juicer machine will allow you to get the most juice out of your fruit and veg rather than letting precious vitamins go to waste.  You don’t have to spend a lot of money to buy a good centrifugal juicer, there are many good options at an affordable price.  Below are the main features of a centrifugal juicer which we’ll explain what it does and what to look out for.

Capacity – How many litres of juice the machine can produce in one go.  The capacity is not really a major factor as whatever you put in goes straight out into the jug anyway, so having a juicer with a large capacity is not a must, although it would help if you had to make regular large portions.

Feeding tube size – Having a feed tube with a larger diameter will allow you to put bigger fruits or vegetables in without having to chop it up to make it smaller.  This can save you some time, if you can put the fruit or veg in whole, you may not need to get the knife or chopping board out.

Power – If the fruit juicer machine has a higher wattage it means it has more power.  More power means the juicer can extract juice quicker and extract juice from more types of fruit & veg.

Juice jug included – Pretty much every whole fruit juicer will come with a juice jug which is used to collect the fresh extracted juice.

Pulp collection – When all the juice is extracted from the fruits & vegetables you’re left with the pulp which usually gets disposed of.  A pulp collection compartment collects any pulp waste in one place so it’s easier for you to dispose of after.

Warranty – For products such as a centrifugal juicer things such as the motor burning out is not unheard of, therefore it’s important to have warranty for a longer period to cover things such as this.


Centrifugal juicers vs masticating juicers             

There are two main types of juicers to choose from, whole fruit juicers are probably the most common.  Masticating juicers operates at low speeds and crushes produce inside to get the most out of your fruit & veg.  Below we’ll list the pros and cons of each one.

Centrifugal juicer pros:

  • Cheaper on average, you can get good juicers at a very affordable low price.
  • Most produce can be put in whole, so less time consuming.
  • Very easy to use, as most of the time you can simply put the fruit or veg in there whole.
  • Creates less mess as the pulp goes into the pulp container.


  • Extracts less juice.
  • Usually quite noisy to operate, so it can disturb sleeping babies or neighbours.

Masticating juicer pros:

  • Much more efficient at getting juice out of your produce, especially for greens such as kale and spinach.
  • Very quiet when in use, so can also be used at night time without disturbing others.
  • Usually smaller as the machine spits out the pulp and there is no built-in pulp collection.
  • Produces better quality juice which is less foamy.


  • More time consuming as the produce has to be chopped up into smaller pieces.
  • Takes longer to extract juice.