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Omega 8005

The 20 Best Selling Juicers

When you’re buying a juicer you may want to consider this list of the top selling juicers on Amazon. This list was compiled from juicers sold in the United States. If you’re in another country some of these models may not be available.

Please remember that just because a juicer sells in large quantities doesn’t mean it’s a great juicer. Cheaper models often make it into the top seller lists because more people buy cheaper models than expensive ones. You should always check the rating and reviews before parting with your hard earned money and always buy the best juicer you can afford.

You will see that there are more centrifugal juicers on the list than masticating juicers. This is because masticating models tend to be more expensive and so sell in smaller numbers. There are still however, some great masticating juicers on this list like the Omega J8006 and Omega VRT350, both of which I personally recommend.

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5 Great Juicers

5 Great Juicers Below $400

When compiling this list of recommended juicers I stayed below $400. This was to make the list useful to as many people as possible. If you’re looking for a juicer above $400 this list isn’t for you. I will be compiling another list with juicers above $400 at a later date.

These 5 juicers then are all models that I personally recommend either based on my experience or the experiences of others. I talk to a lot of people who juice and visit a lot of juicing websites. I have probably read over a thousand juice reviews over the past few months and this list is an attempt to make sure you get a the best juicer that you can afford to start your juicing journey!

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Bella Nutripro Juicer

Bella NutriPro “Cold Press” Juicer

The NutriPro is a new juicer from Bella and it’s their first masticating juicer. The use of the term “cold press” seems to be confusing some people but it’s simple, this is a vertical masticating juicer.

As with all masticating juicers it uses a slowly rotating auger (that generates less heat than a centrifugal juicer) to crush and press juice out of the produce. This is why it’s referred to as a “cold press” juicer.

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