Hamilton Beach 67601

Hamilton Beach 67601 Big Mouth Juice Extractor

I would not consider Hamilton Beach a premium brand. It’s no surprise then that most of their juicers fall into the sub $100 price range. Obviously this means the Hamilton Beach 67601 is a centrifugal model. At around $75 it’s $25 cheaper than Breville’s BJE200XL, so is it worth saving $25 or should you save up and go for the Breville?

First thing that strikes you about this juicer is that it doesn’t feel like you just spent $75.  That said it really isn’t that bad of a juicer. It does the job it was intended for but I can’t help thinking that the construction on the Breville BJE200XL is way better and at just $25 more that would be my choice.

So unless you see this juicer on sale reduced to $60 or lower I would avoid and save up for the Breville. Lots of people have reviewed the 67601 and the reviews seem to be mixed. Some people love it and others hate it. My advice would be to always buy the best you can afford. If you can wait a few weeks and get something better that would be a smart move.

Buy a Hamilton Beach 67601 Big Mouth Juice Extractor 

Key Features

  • Makes up to 24-percent more juice than a leading competitor
  • Fits whole foods for fast, easy juicing
  • Powerful 800-watt motor
  • Extra-large pulp bin lets you juice longer
  • All removable parts are dishwasher safe

Average Price: $75
Juicer Type: Centrifugal
Power: 800 watt
Brand/Model #: Hamilton Beach / 67601

Product Description

Looking for an ideal juice drink that’s fresh, free of preservatives and tastes 10 times better than store-bought juices? Take the plunge and go with the Big Mouth Juice Extractor from Hamilton Beach. It packs all the punch you would expect from a Hamilton Beach juice extractor: reliable efficiency, high speed and no-fuss cleanup.

Rated a “Best Buy” by a leading consumer advocacy publication, the Big Mouth Juice Extractor delivers on the juicing performance people ask for most, instead of skimping out on the nutrients they need. Equipped with a powerful 800-watt motor and extra-wide 3″ feed chute that tears through almost anything you put in, it flawlessly performs the task of extracting the juice from whole fruits and vegetables in seconds. And that’s not all. The designers of Hamilton Beach have minimized the fuss of cleanup, making all the removable plastic parts dishwasher safe.

Ideal for anyone who wants to personalize their juice drink recipes, rely on convenience for a busy schedule or help kick-start a healthy routine, the Big Mouth Juice Extractor is well worth the investment.

Part of a Healthy Lifestyle

Did you know that eating fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthy lifestyle? According to studies by the USDA, eating more fruits and vegetables reduces your risk of chronic diseases like heart attacks and strokes, some cancers, heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes, in addition to acute ailments like kidney stones and high blood pressure.

A glass of fresh, natural juice is an excellent, healthy way to begin your day or inject some serious energy into a lazy afternoon. With the Big Mouth Juice Extractor, healthy living is now easier, more convenient and more affordable. Designed and engineered for health-conscious people who want greater variety in their juicing routine, it can turn your whole fruits and vegetables into smooth juice form, while still keeping in all the nutrient-rich flavors your body needs. In just one 6 to 10-oz. serving (175-300 ml), one cycle of the Big Mouth Juice Extractor can fulfill the recommended daily value of Vitamin A and D, calcium, potassium, protein and fiber.

Buy a Hamilton Beach 67601 Big Mouth Juice Extractor 


What People Are Saying About This Juicer

“Easy to clean.” – PWood

“I use a plastic grocery bag in the pulp catcher and makes for easy clean up!” – Laurie A. Gimbutis

“Some folks have complained about the pulp in the juice. We actually enjoy the texture and prefer it this way.” – Luna Media

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  • Reply Katt May 29, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Tried it out, not bad except the vent hole throws pulp out. ..what’s with that?

    • Reply Denise June 5, 2016 at 5:22 am

      The only place pulp should go is in the pulp bin. Anywhere else means it’s not working properly.

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