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Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro Stainless-Steel Electric Juicer

Lalanne has redesigned its best selling juicer with a new, sleek stainless steel finish and some great new features, such as a non-drip spout and stainless steel mesh filter. The Power Juicer Pro can deliver a powerful 3,600 RPM juicing punch packed with essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients thats sure to please even the pickiest

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Lalanne has redesigned its best selling juicer with a new, sleek stainless steel finish and some great new features, such as a non-drip spout and stainless steel mesh filter. The Power Juicer Pro can deliver a powerful 3,600 RPM juicing punch packed with essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients thats sure to please even the pickiest taste buds. A high performance motor with special extraction technology sees to it.

Product Features

  • Stainless-steel electric juicer produces fresh juice quickly and easily
  • Extra-large round chute; stainless-steel blade and mesh filter
  • Whisper-quiet 3,600 RPM motor; patented extraction technology
  • Large-capacity pulp collector; non-drip spout; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Measures approximately 18 by 12 by 17 inches; limited lifetime motor warranty

Comments

C. Werner says:

Best Juicer There Is! I have been juicing for years with a few different cheap brand names. They were ok but very difficult to clean and very loud. I like to make my juice early in the morning before I go to the gym and it would sometimes wake up my neighbors if I did it too early. Many times I had to juice after the gym because it was so loud. The first thing that I noticed with the Power Juicer Pro is that it is super quite. Secondly it is pretty easy to clean. Thirdly, the machine is just beautiful. And lastly, the juice is much finer and cleaner than juice made from much cheaper machines. If you are serious into juicing and you do it everyday this is the machine to get. If you juice once in awhile you might want to get the cheaper Jack Lalanne plastic models. But beware that the plastic juicers are harder to clean and often get stained by the carrots. I hope that this review will be helpful to some. Happy juicing!!!

Justin T. Maciver says:

Great IF maintained I have seen multiple bad reviews on this product, and they are all on the same issue. The unit bogs down. Now, I have used the 4 gallon commercial juicers (sunkist brand, champion brand and warring brand) and this product. IF maintained and used as it was directed it will produce a better quality juice than the machines I used for my work. The main thing is what you add to the unit. If you use a sweet potatoes and hard gummy pulpy items you will have to watch the filter and feed it slowly and pay attention. You cannot expect the product to run well if you jam items into it and crush it in. When the pulp starts having more juice in it, turn the unit off, remove filter clean it and replace. Simple! I love it. I precut just for an easier juicing and it does help. Please dont let people who cant read the manual dissuade you from a great juicer. Remember maint. is the key to this product!

jalcruces says:

ABSOLUTELY COOL Ok, I actually bought this juicer before I read the reviews for this one (Power Juicer Pro) and the other J.LaLanne juicers (Power Juicer, Power Juicer Deluxe). I had wanted one for at least 15 years and put if off due to the cost. So now I have one, and I love it! Like I wrote, I read the reviews after I paid for it already. But alot of the negative reviews were so terribly written and most of the people couldn’t even spell – I mean like the word “vegetable”! So I dismissed most of them as uninformed or lacking. And sure enough! If you read the owner’s booklet, and use the product properly, you will not have any problems with it. Here are my responses to some of the problems listed by other reviews (this includes all J.LaLanne Power Juicer models):”Strainer is plastic on the ‘Pro'” – No, it isn’t. Maybe it used to be when this review was written (?).”I made 2 quarts of juice, then my juicer started leaking out the sides” – uhm, again if you read the booklet,…

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